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1917 or 1918
1923 or 1924
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Trailer with crane accident on Lewis & Clark bridge, Williston, N.D.
Bridges; Boys; Signs (Notices); Trucks; Spectators; Crowds; Cowboy hats; People; Hoisting machinery; Roads; Roadblocks; Men; Children; Accidents; Bridge failures; Destruction & pillage; Trailers;
View of a trailer with a Wide load sign and a crane tipped over on the Lewis & Clark Bridge between Williams and McKenzie Counties, near Williston, N.D. Two boys wearing cowboy hats are holding a sign...
Lewis & Clark Bridge, Williston, N.D.
Water; Bridges; Rivers; Truss bridges; Clouds;
View of the Lewis & Clark Bridge over the Missouri River between Williams and McKenzie Counties near Williston, N.D.
New and old Lewis & Clark Bridges, Williston, N.D.
Water; Bridges; Rivers; Aerial views; Truss bridges; Demolition; Roads; Automobile travel;
View of the new and old Lewis & Clark Bridges over the Missouri River between Williams and McKenzie Counties near Williston, N.D. One truss of the old bridge has collapsed or was being taken down. The...
Montana Dakota Power Co. laying gas Pipeline across Lewis & Clark Bridge, Williston, N.D.
Water; Bridges; Rivers; Truss bridges; Men; Pipelines; Public utility companies; People; Roads;
View of people working on the far left side of the Lewis and Clark Bridge over the Missouri River between Williams and McKenzie Counties near Williston, N.D. These people, both on the bridge deck and in...
Aerial view over the Missouri River as Ice breaks up near Williston, N.D.
Water; Bridges; Ice; Rivers; Aerial views; Truss bridges;
Aerial view overlooking the ice breaking up in the Missouri River and a four truss bridge, probably the Lewis & Clark Bridge between Williams and McKenzie Counties, near Williston, N.D.
Lewis & Clark bridge and the breaking up of the Missouri River, Williston, N.D.
View overlooking the Lewis & Clark Bridge and the ice breaking up in the Missouri River between Williams and McKenzie Counties, near Williston, N.D.
William E. (Bill) Shemorry and daughter Gay(le)
Infants; Girls; Men; Families; Fathers; Coats; Suits (Clothing); Neckties; Houses; Shrubs;
Outside his Williston home, William (Bill) Shemorry holds his young daughter Gay(le), who smiles for the camera.
Dr. C. A. Wicklund portrait
Men; Portraits; Physicians; Suits (Clothing); Neckties; Eyeglasses; Photographic studios;
Dr. C. A. Wicklund, in necktie and suit, poses for a photograph in a photography studio. The photograph was taken by either E. J. Klebe or A. M. Thompson, the two photographers in Wildrose at the time....
William H. Shemorry family portrait, Williston, N.D.
Men; People; Family; Families; Women; Boys; Suits (Clothing); Group portraits; Portrait photographs;
Group portrait of the William H. Shemorry family. In the back row from left to right stand his three sons, William E. "Bill", Edmund, and John. Seated in the front row from left to right is William H....
Pasonault family members on front porch steps, Williston, N.D.
Family; Families; Stairways; Houses; Men; Women; Boys; Girls; Children; Clothing & dress; Dresses; Hats;
View of Leo Pasonault on the far left standing next to his wife Malida with their daughter Marjorie sitting on the steps at the bottom. Leo's sister Antoinette (Pasonault) Jensen is standing on the right...
Black Diamond Coal Mine near Williston, N.D.
Mining; Mining equipment; Carts & wagons; Horses; People; Dirt; Dirt roads; Coal miners; Coal mining; Horse teams; Men;
View of a coal mine. Carts, people, horses and teams of horses pulling wagons are visible outside the entrance of the coal mine.
Black Diamond Coal Mine was about five miles southeast of Williston,...
Aerial view of the Lewis and Clark Bridge, Williston, N.D.
Aerial views; Bridges; Rivers;
Aerial view overlooking the Lewis & Clark bridge which spans the Missouri River between Williams County and McKenzie County, North Dakota. "Five years following the final demise of Williston’s Missouri...
W.H. Shemorry home at Christmas, Williston, N.D.
Families; Holidays; Women; Infants; Girls; Gifts; Boxes; Couches; Christmas trees; Dresses; Typewriters;
Corinne Shemorry sits on the right in the photograph, with Gay Shemorry, her daughter, seated on the floor near the Christmas tree. The woman in the background is likely John Jacob Shemorry's wife, Juanita....
Couple and young girl portrait
Families; Women; Men; Girls; Portraits; Photographic studios; Eyeglasses; Dresses; Suits (Clothing); Neckties; Chairs;
A couple and their young daughter pose for a photograph in a photographic studio. The woman and man are seated and the girl is standing on a stool, with her arm around her mother. All three are dressed...
Jan Shemorry and Bill Lee wedding, N.D.
Weddings; Wedding clothing & dress; Flower arrangements; Brides; Grooms (Weddings); Men; Women; Churches; Altars;
A view of Bill Shemorry's daughter, Jan, and her husband, Bill Lee, on their wedding day.
Gay and Corinne Shemorry
Families; Mothers; Infants; Girls; Women; Houses; Yards;
Corinne Shemorry holds her daughter Gay, and stands outside a home in Williston. Gay was Corinne and William E. (Bill) Shemorry's first of two daughters.
Man and child with chickens, Northwest Williston, N.D.
Farms; Children; Men; Chickens; Horses; Barns; Pens; Animal feeding; Hay;
A man watches his daughter while she feeds the chickens. Horses in a pen are visible behind the man. A barn is also visible in the background, behind a pile of hay, Northwest Williston, N.D.
Man and child in orchard, Northwest Williston, N.D.
Trees; Men; Women; Buildings; Hats; Dresses; Houses;
A man and his young daughter pose for a photograph in a orchard. A house is visible in the background, Northwest Williston, N.D.
William E. (Bill) and Corinne Shemorry birth announcement card
Announcements; Births; Children; Girls; Coffee; Cigars; Hospitals; Infants;
An "It's a Girl!" card which was handed out to friends of Bill and Corinne Shemorry on the birth of either Gayle (1947) or Jan (1950).
Wally Hagen and daughter
Families; Men; Girls; Poliomyelitis; Cats;
Wally Hagen and another young girl tend to Hagen's daughter, who has Polio or Poliomyelitis.
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