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161. "Live at Home" Farm display "Live at Home" Farm display Agricultural exhibits; Agricultural facilities; Agriculture; Agricultural machinery & implements; Canned foods; Farms; Models; Merchandise displays; A view of a United States Department of Agriculture F.S.A. Extension Service display of a "Live at Home" Farm. Another sign discusses a canning budget. A model home, barn, garage, yard, animals, and other...

162. Influenza victim treatment locations, Williston, N.D. Influenza victim treatment locations, Williston, N.D. Cities; Business districts; Automobiles; Hotels; Influenza; This view of part of Williston's business district shows the second-story Willis Hotel, closest to the camera, where Mrs. Gerald Miles and her helpers, although not under the auspices of the Red Corss,...

163. Ole Anderson in Maxwell touring automobile Ole Anderson in Maxwell touring automobile Men; Automobiles; Automobile repair; Hats; Eyeglasses; Ole Anderson poses proudly in the driver's seat of his grand old Maxwell touring car. The 1908 model car, which today would be regarded as a "real blue-ribbon classic" was built in Terrytown, N.Y. As can...

164. Nevin Kather portrait Nevin Kather portrait Men; Engineers; Inventors; Microwave ovens; Radios; "Nevin Kather, the oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Erich Kather, pioneer residents of Williston, was the inventor who was responsible [for aiding the development of the microwave]. From college days on he had...

165. Elks Clown Band, Williston, N.D. Elks Clown Band, Williston, N.D. Bands; Clowns; Costumes; Musicians; Musical instruments; Drums; Tubas; Trumpets; Hats; Business districts; Elk's Clown Band in downtown Williston. Left to right: Harris Anderson, Tom Muir, Mickey Gardner, Ray Bell, Vic WEnzel, Francis Anderson, Lloyd Bjella, Clarence Benson, Oscar Bell, and Jack Zellar. Various...

166. Upper Missouri Valley Fair 1961, organizers Upper Missouri Valley Fair 1961, organizers Men; Women; Models; Fairs; Men; Women; Organizers for the first Upper Missouri Valley Fair pose for a group photograph, holding up a model of the Fairgrounds.

167. Sig Forseth with Rural Electric Manager of the Year Award Sig Forseth with Rural Electric Manager of the Year Award Men; Awards; Eyeglasses; Suits (Clothing); Neckties; Legislators; Sig Forseth, organizer of and for more than a quarter century the manager of the Williams Electric Cooperative was one of those community leaders whose interest in and active help enabled the Upper Missouri...

168. American Legion State Convention Parade, National Guard Marching, Williston, N.D. American Legion State Convention Parade, National Guard Marching, Williston, N.D. Parades & processions; Military parades & ceremonies; Military personnel; Military uniforms; Meetings; Business districts; Streets; Boys; Bicycles & tricycles; Bars; Meat industry; Hotels; Restaurants; Department stores; At the American Legion State Convention Parade, a company of National Guard can be seen in uniform, marching down Main Street, Williston. The majority of the men are carrying guns over their right shoutlders....

169. American Legion State Convention Parade, Williston, N.D. American Legion State Convention Parade, Williston, N.D. Parades & processions; Marching bands; Band uniforms; Musical instruments; Flags; Spectators; Streets; Sidewalks; Floats (Parades); Banks; Drugstores; Jewelers; Florist shops; Hotels; Department stores; Clothing stores; Theaters; A marching band can be seen proceeding down Main Street, Williston. Spectators line both sides of the street, on the sidwalks outside the stores and ships. The parade can be seen prodeeding behind the...

170. American Legion State Convention Parade, Marching Band, Williston, N.D. American Legion State Convention Parade, Marching Band, Williston, N.D. Parades & processions; Marching bands; Musicians; Musical instruments; Band uniforms; Streets; Business districts; Streets; Sidewalks; Automobiles; Men; Flags; A marching band is proceeding down Main Street in Williston, wearing uniforms, and carrying either instruments or flags. Automobiles are parked along the sides of the street, and spectators can be seen...

171. American Legion State Convention Parade, Marching Band, Williston, N.D. American Legion State Convention Parade, Marching Band, Williston, N.D. Parades & processions; Marching bands; Musicians; Musical instruments; Band uniforms; Streets; Business districts; Streets; Sidewalks; Automobiles; Men; Flags; A marching band is proceeding down Main Street in Williston, wearing uniforms, and carrying either instruments or flags. Automobiles are parked along the sides of the street, and spectators can be seen...

172. Williston, Main Street, N.D. Williston, Main Street, N.D. People; Business districts; Sidewalks; Dirt roads; Stores & shops; Mercantile facilities; Meat industry; The 200 block on Williston's Main Street looked like this in 1919. The Metropolitan Bank now stands where the large building stands. The Grand Theatre has taken the place of Monsch Land Co.

173. Williston, Downtown Looking North, N.D. Williston, Downtown Looking North, N.D. Cities; Automobiles; Stores & shops; Banks; Snow; Decorations; A view of Williston during the Winter. The G. M. Hedderich sign is visible at the far right of the photograph.

174. Williston, Main Street, N.D. Williston, Main Street, N.D. Business districts; Cities; People; Celebrations; Bands; Musical instruments; Musicians; Dirt roads; Hardware stores; Courthouses; Usury; Meat industry; Theaters; Stores & shops; Hotels; Mercantile facilities; Clothing stores; "The era of 'booming' was not yet over when Willistonites gathered practically in their shirt-sleeves to celebrate unseasonably warm weather January 15, 1910. It was a lively occasion as the band joined...

175. Williston, Downtown, Snowing, N.D. Williston, Downtown, Snowing, N.D. Clothing stores; Business districts; Stores & shops; Theaters; Gift shops; Clothing stores; Banks; A view of downtown Williston on a snowy day. Automobiles are parked along the sidewalk, and Grand Theatre, Joseph's, Family Shoe Store, Ruden's Boys Wear, Treasure Island Gifts, Gambles Store, Model Men's...

176. Fall Festival 1940, parade, Williston, N.D. Fall Festival 1940, parade, Williston, N.D. Parades & processions; Festivals; Men; Women; Children; Horses; Business districts; Hats; Suits (Clothing); Automobiles; Streets; Flags; Trucks; Dresses; Lampposts; Advertisements; A parade procession moves down the 4th Street E. business district. Four men, William Snyder, John Heffernan, Steve Marmon, and John Meadors, are leading the way, followed by six women and men on horses....

177. Williston, Main Street, N.D. Williston, Main Street, N.D. Cities; Business districts; Stores & shops; Dirt roads; Crowds; Men; Women; Children; Horses; Carts & wagons; Theaters; Meat industry; Automobiles; Dogs; Crowds; A celebration on South Main Street.

178. Williston, Main Street, N.D. Williston, Main Street, N.D. Cities; Business districts; Stores & shops; Dirt roads; Crowds; Men; Women; Children; Horses; Carts & wagons; Theaters; Meat industry; Automobiles; Dogs; Crowds; Crowds bustle up the dirt road in the business district of Williston on Main Street.

179. Donahue & Carney, Model Meat Market, Williston, N.D. Donahue & Carney, Model Meat Market, Williston, N.D. Meat industry; Meat; Stores & shops; Men; Merchandise displays; Decorations; Butchers; Butcher shops; Several men are sitting at a counter at Donohue & Carney Model Meat Market, being served by several workers. Meat is hanging from the ceiling in the foreground of the photograph, and the shelves are fully...

180. Bicentennial parade, 1911 Model T automobile Bicentennial parade, 1911 Model T automobile Automobiles; Men; Flags; Houses; Tractors; Trucks; School buses; Trees; Two men inspect a 1911 Ford Model T automobile in a bicentennial parade in 1976.
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