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1. Exterior of Plainsman Hotel, Williston, N.D. Exterior of Plainsman Hotel, Williston, N.D. Hotels; Automobiles; Buildings; Signs (Notices); Streets; Exterior view of the Plainsman Hotel and Coffee Shop with cars parked on the street outside. "In 1950, with the Williston business community experiencing a period of rapid growth, the Plainsman Hotel was...

2. Rawson, N.D. Rawson, N.D. Dirt roads; Business districts; Storefronts; Window displays; Electric lines; The railroad construction, during which several thousands of men received good salaries, spurred economic development all over the county. Several new towns sprang up almost overnight along the right-of-way....

3. Federal Budget presentation, Williston, N.D. Federal Budget presentation, Williston, N.D. Economic policy; Men; Posters; Eyeglasses; Neckties; Suits (Clothing); Two men display a poster which details the Federal budget for the fiscal year of 1969. Unfortunately, neither of the men or the event can be identiifed.

4. Joseph W. 'Bud' Jackson portrait Joseph W. 'Bud' Jackson portrait Men; Mayors; Ranchers; Pioneers; Horse boarding & training facilities; Soldiers; Business people; Land use; "Joseph W. 'Bud' Jackson was an early settler in the Williston area... Jackson spent most of his first two years on the OH Ranch in McKenzie County, learning the ranching business from foreman Lem Burns...

5. Williston, Once the Turkey Capital, N.D. Williston, Once the Turkey Capital, N.D. Turkeys; Trees; In 1934, despite the drought and economic derpression which prevailed, Williston was the capital of a huge turkey raising empire.
The big girds were a good cash crop. However, they were not the easiest...

6. Indian Camp Stampede, Crosby, N.D. Indian Camp Stampede, Crosby, N.D. Camps; Tents; Clotheslines; Laundry; Automobiles; A view of a makeshift Indian Camp. Laundry is hung to dry, tents are raised, and an automobile is parked on the right side of the photograph.
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