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1. North Dakota Firemen's Convention, Williston, N.D. North Dakota Firemen's Convention, Williston, N.D. Fire fighters; Hoses; Contests; Meetings; Men; Boys; Spectators; People; Hats; Neckties; Vests; A close up view of contestants Art Hutton and Cliff Moe of the Landgon Fire Department competing in a hose coupling contest. The team won second place with a time of two minutes and forty three seconds....

2. North Dakota Firemen's Convention, Williston, N.D. North Dakota Firemen's Convention, Williston, N.D. Fire fighters; Hoses; Contests; Meetings; Men; Boys; Spectators; People; Hats; Neckties; Vests; Schools; A distant view of contestants Carl Stoll and Elmer Duffy, both of the Ray Fire Department, at the beginning of a hose coupling contest. The Ray team won first place with a time of two minutes and forty...

3. North Dakota Firemen's Convention, Williston, N.D. North Dakota Firemen's Convention, Williston, N.D. Fire fighters; Hoses; Contests; Meetings; Men; Boys; Spectators; People; Hats; Neckties; Vests; A view of contestants Carl Stoll and Elmer Duffy, both of the Ray Fire Department, at the beginning of a hose coupling contest. The Ray team won first place with a time of two minutes and forty two seconds....

4. Wild Cow Railroad, Trestle over million yard fill, near Watford City, N.D. Wild Cow Railroad, Trestle over million yard fill, near Watford City, N.D. Trestles; Railroad construction workers; Railroad construction & maintenance; Railroad employees; Men; Workers and trestle construction over million yard fill hear Watford City, N.D.

5. Wild Cow Railroad, carloads of dirt being dumped in fill for railroad construction, Watford City, N.D.
 Wild Cow Railroad, carloads of dirt being dumped in fill for railroad construction, Watford City, N.D. Dirt; Trestles; Railroad construction workers; Railroad employees; Railroad cars; Railroad locomotives; Great Northern management kept its word that the tracks would be laid as far east as Watford. A crew of some forty men arrived and fired up the boilers. It was not too long until the first carloads of...

6. Squires return from a Farmers Club trip, Squires, N.D. Squires return from a Farmers Club trip, Squires, N.D. Men; Automobiles; Croplands; Hats; Coats; Neckties; Clouds; Homesteading; Farmers Club trips were a popular means of learning for the early settlers. This picture was taken July 28, 1915, at the end of an excursion to Marmon, Cottonwood Lake, and Wildrose by forty members of...

7. French 'Forty et Eight' (forty humans or eight horses) railway freight car with American World War I French 'Forty et Eight' (forty humans or eight horses) railway freight car with American World War I soldiers Railroads; Railroad freight cars; Soldiers; Railroad freight cars; French 'Forty et Eight' (forty humans or eight horses) railway freight cars like the one pictured provided an often-used mode of travel for American 'dough boys' during World War I.

8. Army Day parade, Williston, N.D. Army Day parade, Williston, N.D. Crowds; Spectators; Flags; Celebrations; Holidays; Parades & processions; Dogs; Children; Men; Women; Girls; Boys; Throughout the years of World War I, Company L, participated in many community events such as the big Army Day parade, April 6, 1942. Pictured is part of the large crowd, estimated at 3,000, which marched...

9. Five men stood "big" in Williston, N.D. Five men stood "big" in Williston, N.D. Men; Hotels; Meetings; Hats; Neckties; Suits (Clothing); Benches; Engineers; Legislators; Five men who had a lot of weight behind the things they said, obligingly allowed me to photograph them one evening in early October 1948 as they discussed the state of the economy in western North Dakota....

10. Kristian Monson with National Band Association's Band Booster Award, Williston, N.D. Kristian Monson with National Band Association's Band Booster Award, Williston, N.D. Men; Awards; Conductors; Eyeglasses; Shortly after retiring as director of the Willisotn Junior Municipal Band, director Kristian Monson was lauded for his work, being presented with the National Band Association's prestigious Band Booster...

11. North Dakota Company L, North Dakota North Dakota Company L, North Dakota Military personnel; Military officers; Men; Soldiers; Military uniforms; Group portraits; Trees; Houses; On March 6, 1942, Company L posed for this picture. The passing of time has made it impossible to identify all in the photo... Front row, left to right: Capt. Les Panger, 1st Lt. Harold Jeffrey, next two...

12. The Williston Junior Municipal Band, N.D. The Williston Junior Municipal Band, N.D. Bands; Musicians; Band uniforms; Musical instruments; Chairs; Trees; Houses; The Williston Junior Municipal Band was about three years old when this photo was taken with th emusicians wearing their first new uniforms. Kris Monson, director at that time (and who made the photo available),...
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