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1. Interior of Jan's Cafe, Zap, N.D. Interior of Jan's Cafe, Zap, N.D. Interiors; Shelving; Drinking vessels; Souvenirs; Stores & shops; Merchandise displays; Signs (Notices); Restaurants; Cafes; Interior view of shelves holding glass cups, signs, and souvenirs in Jan's Coffee Shop in Zap, N.D. Items include a bag that says Wild Oats Sown and Grown Zap, Aspirin, Flints, Swisher, Union Leader, and...

2. Leonard Brown and Don Picek at Texas Company's Helle No. 1A near Keene, N.D. Leonard Brown and Don Picek at Texas Company's Helle No. 1A near Keene, N.D. Oil wells; Petroleum workers; Petroleum industry; Men; People; Employees; View of two men standing and chatting next to an oil well Christmas tree.

“The Luck of The Texans. ‘It doesn’t look like very much yet, but it’s the beginning of another new...

3. Leonard Brown and Don Picek at Texas Company's Helle No. 1A near Keene, N.D. Leonard Brown and Don Picek at Texas Company's Helle No. 1A near Keene, N.D. Oil wells; Petroleum workers; Petroleum industry; Men; People; Employees; View of two men standing and chatting next to an oil well Christmas tree.

“The Luck of The Texans. ‘It doesn’t look like very much yet, but it’s the beginning of another new...

4. Natural gas rig, Eckman, N.D. Natural gas rig, Eckman, N.D. Drilling; Natural gas; Gas industry; Automobiles; Men; Chauffeurs; Bankers; Petroleum workers; Oil well drilling rigs; "Although records are scanty and nearly everyone who was living here in the early days of settlement is gone, a few tidbits of information remain to prove that as early as 1909, there was drilling for...

5. After the Storm, Williston, N.D. After the Storm, Williston, N.D. Storms; Debris; Men; Lumber; Barrels; Houses; Chairs; Luggage; Textiles; Tables; Furniture; Carts & wagons; Roofs; Storm shelters; Two men examine the wreckage after the storm. On the left side of the photograph, a man is walking toward the wreckage from neighboring houses. Among the debris of this wrecked house are lumber, chairs,...

6. After the Storm, Williston, N.D. After the Storm, Williston, N.D. Storms; Debris; People; Lumber; Barrels; Foundations; Houses; Privies; Horses; Boys; Girls; Women; Men; Textiles; Railroads; Clotheslines; Hats; Dresses; Suits (Clothing); Neckties; Cats; Furniture; Furnishings; Chairs; Horseback riding; Railroads; Two children and one man can be seen standing behind the foundation of a home. The young girl is holding her hat, and the boy is holding a small black kitten. Debris from structures destroyed by the storm...

7. After the Storm, Williston, N.D. After the Storm, Williston, N.D. Storms; Debris; Men; Lumber; Houses; Buildings; Agricultural facilities; Dirt roads; Fences; In the foreground of the photograph, one man stands among a pile of wreckage, a house or building destroyed by the storm. Two men can be seen walking toward him. Another destroyed home behind the the fenced...
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