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1. Two men in automobile, Wildrose, N.D. Two men in automobile, Wildrose, N.D. Men; Automobiles; Barns; Construction; Hats; Dirt roads; Buildings; Two men are riding in an automobile, away from the site of a barn being raised. A small building is visible behind the automobile. The photograph was taken by either E. J. Klebe or A. M. Thompson, the...

2. Snowden bridge interior, McKenzie County, N.D. Snowden bridge interior, McKenzie County, N.D. Bridges; Men; Trees; Drawbridges; Automobiles; Dirt roads; Railroad tracks; Hats; In a photograph looking away from the bridge, a man stands, turned toward the camera, standing on part of the bridge. Two people ride in an automobile down a dirt road. Electric lines and trees are visible...

3. House at 318 Broadway, Williston, N.D. House at 318 Broadway, Williston, N.D. Houses; Automobiles; Pines; Doors & doorways; Fences; Sidewalks; View of the front of a green house with white trim, 318 Broadway. According to her obituary Catherine Pasonault passed away here. The truck of a red Chevrolet car is visible parked along the curb on the...

4. Portrait of Denice Pasonault as a girl, Williston, N.D. Portrait of Denice Pasonault as a girl, Williston, N.D. Girls; Portraits; Portrait photographs; Shawls; Portrait of Denice Pasonault as a young girl holding a shawl and looking away from the camera.

5. Retirement of D.L. 'Bus' McCrory as Williston Fire Department chief, Williston, N.D. Retirement of D.L. 'Bus' McCrory as Williston Fire Department chief, Williston, N.D. Fire fighters; Fire engines; Men; Fire stations; Clocks & watches; Shaking hands; Eyeglasses; Suits (Clothing); Neckties; People; The photo was taken on the occasion of the retirement of D.L. 'Bus' McCrory as chief. (He moved away.) Presenting him with a watch for distinguished service was Harris Anderson, at the time fire commissioner,...

6. Williston Coyotes, 1974 Girls Basketball program, Williston, N.D. Williston Coyotes, 1974 Girls Basketball program, Williston, N.D. Basketball; Basketball players; Sports; Athletes; Women; Portraits; Four page Williston Coyotes Girls Basketball program from 1974 which includes individual portraits of the team members as well as a team roster, team schedule, and advertisements for local businesses that...

7. Sloulin Field's International Aviation Day, Sunday May 22, 1983, Agenda Sloulin Field's International Aviation Day, Sunday May 22, 1983, Agenda Airplanes; Airplane industry; Airport terminals; Airports; Air shows; Stunt flying; Flying; Rites & ceremonies; Parachuting; The agenda for Sloulin Field's International Aviation Day, Sunday May 22, 1983, with a map of the airport and events, and a page of sponsors.

8. Exterior of Seventh Day Adventist Church, Williston, N.D. Exterior of Seventh Day Adventist Church, Williston, N.D. Buildings; Churches; Snow; Exterior view of a building, showing the front and side, with snow on the ground. Sign out front says Seventh Day Adventist Church.

9. Exterior of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ Latter Day Saints, N.D. Exterior of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ Latter Day Saints, N.D. Buildings; Churches; Snow; Doors & doorways; Exterior view of the front and side of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ Latter Day Saints. There is a sign near the front doors on this brick building. There is snow on the ground, and the building...

10. Williston fireman Herman McKenzie throws up a water screen during a fire which destroyed a garage on Williston fireman Herman McKenzie throws up a water screen during a fire which destroyed a garage on 622 West Broadway in Williston, N.D. Fire fighters; Smoke; Buildings; Fire; Fire fighting; Firefighting equipment; Men; People; Explosions; Ladders; Hoses; Three men stand in the foreground, while a garage which is on fire and smoking burns in the background. Williston fireman Herman McKenzie throws up a water screen during a fire which destroyed a garage...

11. Williston Oil Discovery Day Mineral rights Drawing, Williston, N.D. Williston Oil Discovery Day Mineral rights Drawing, Williston, N.D. Men; Petroleum industry; Organizations; Minerals; Hats; Suits (Clothing); Neckties; Eyeglasses; Paperwork; (Right) William Walters, local oil and mineral broker, and (left) Oil Discovery Celebration Day general chairman Holger Smitt, along with an unidentified man (center) review the mineral drawing details...

12. Williston Oil Discovery Day Mineral rights Drawing, Williston, N.D. Williston Oil Discovery Day Mineral rights Drawing, Williston, N.D. Men; Petroleum industry; Organizations; Minerals; Hats; Suits (Clothing); Neckties; Eyeglasses; Paperwork; Left to right are: E. J. "Eddie" Conlin, Clarence Iverson, Jack LeDosquet, and Holger Smitt. Iverson hands over a mineral deed to part of his minerals to Holger Smitt, Oil Discovery Day general chairman....

13. Williston Oil Discovery Day Mineral rights Drawing, Williston, N.D. Williston Oil Discovery Day Mineral rights Drawing, Williston, N.D. Men; Petroleum industry; Organizations; Minerals; Hats; Suits (Clothing); Neckties; Eyeglasses; Paperwork; Left to right: Jack LeDosquet, Holger Smitt and Robert Demaree review the mineral rights to be awarded at the celebration.
More than $5,000 in mineral rights, five parcels, part of which were on the...

14. Williston Orioles 1909 baseball team portrait Williston Orioles 1909 baseball team portrait Baseball; Baseball players; Athletic clubs; Athletes; Men; Boys; Uniforms; Portraits; Sporting goods; "When Joe arrived here via Great Northern Railway train in the spring of 1909, his thoughts were centered on playing shortstop or second base on a salaried team called "the Orioles," fielded at the time...

15. Williston Oil Discovery Day Mineral rights Drawing, Williston, N.D. Williston Oil Discovery Day Mineral rights Drawing, Williston, N.D. Men; Petroleum industry; Organizations; Minerals; Hats; Suits (Clothing); Neckties; Eyeglasses; Paperwork; Left to right are: E. J. "Eddie" Conlin, Jr., Clarence Iverson, William Walters (local oil and mineral broker), Holger Smitt, Gregg Kildow II, and Robert Demaree. Iverson hands over a mineral deed to part...

16. Celebration, Willow Lake, Wildrose, N.D. Celebration, Willow Lake, Wildrose, N.D. Waterfronts; Lakes & ponds; Automobiles; Boys; Crowds; Meadows; Men; Women; A large group is gathered along the shore of Willow Lake, north of Wildrose. In the foreground of the photograph are automobiles, and a boy jogging away.

17. William E. (Bill) Shemorry World War II letter to Corinne Shemorry William E. (Bill) Shemorry World War II letter to Corinne Shemorry

18. John Floyd Shemorry letter to grandparents page one John Floyd Shemorry letter to grandparents page one Correspondence; Envelopes; Families; "Dear Grandma & Grandad,
Recieved your letter yesterday so will answer right away and tell you what I know about our return. In yesterdays mail I also recieved the band news from Arletta which was...

19. Signal Oil and Gas Company Refinery, Tioga, N.D. Signal Oil and Gas Company Refinery, Tioga, N.D. Refineries; Petroleum industry; Petroleum workers; A view of the inside of the Signal Oil and Gas Company natural gas refinery in Tioga in the evening. A petroleum industry worker walks away from the camera.

20. William E. (Bill) Shemorry receives mail in China William E. (Bill) Shemorry receives mail in China Correspondence; Soldiers; Military personnel; Newspapers; Love letters; Men; Periodicals; Mustaches; Pipes (Smoking); Trees; William (Bill) Shemorry sits on the grass to read a newspaper sent to him from the United States. He recieved 213 letters which were sent to him in 1944 after going three months without receiving a single...
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