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1. Soldiers at Fort Crowder, Missouri Soldiers at Fort Crowder, Missouri Soldiers; Men; People; Military uniforms; Military training; Military life; Military facilities; Hats; Interiors; A large crowd of soldiers enjoying some down time inside a large hall at Fort Crowder, Missouri. Taken by Shemorry during service in WWII in the 164th Signal Photo Company as a combat photographer.

2. 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...

3. Standard Oil Co. Mandan refinery, Mandan, N.D. Standard Oil Co. Mandan refinery, Mandan, N.D. Refineries; Petroleum industry; Aerial views; Fuel; View of the Standard Oil Company refinery during construction when it was about seventy percent completed, the refinery is located next to the west side of the Missouri River a few miles northeast of Mandan,...

4. Letter to Denise Brale Letter to Denise Brale Correspondence; Families; History; Photographers; Research; Pictures; Newspapers; Newspaper industry; Negatives; Family trees; Letter from Bill Shemorry to Denise Brale about family history, specifically Dan Pasonault and Shemorry's friendship with J.E. Pasonault and interest in photographs. Shemorry also included a brief biography...

5. Crowd in old Armory, Williston, N.D. Crowd in old Armory, Williston, N.D. Armories; Chairs; Men; Women; Teenagers; Girls; Boys; A view of the old Armory in Williston nearly filled with men, women, teenagers, and children.

6. Crowd in old Armory, Williston, N.D. Crowd in old Armory, Williston, N.D. Armories; Chairs; Men; Women; Teenagers; Girls; Boys; A view of the old Armory in Williston nearly filled with men, women, teenagers, and children.

7. Albert M. Thompson portrait Albert M. Thompson portrait Men; Photographers; Portraits; Neckties; Suits (Clothing); Photographic studios; "Albert M. Thompson, and early-comer of the Wildrose area, filed on land two miles north of the town in what is present-day Divide county. His homestead was the first in Palmer township. A neighbor, Frank...

8. Ditsworth leads protest to Bismarck, N.D. Ditsworth leads protest to Bismarck, N.D. Business people; Farmers; Demonstrations; Petroleum industry; Taxes; Men; Capitols; Legislators; "Jealousy of western North Dakota's oil wealth is nothing new.
Ever since the beginning of oil production in the state, the have-not counties have been trying to 'stick their finger in the pie' as...

9. Ditsworth leads oil tax protest to Bismarck, N.D. Ditsworth leads oil tax protest to Bismarck, N.D. Business people; Farmers; Demonstrations; Petroleum industry; Taxes; Men; Capitols; Legislators; "Jealousy of western North Dakota's oil wealth is nothing new.
Ever since the beginning of oil production in the state, the have-not counties have been trying to 'stick their finger in the pie' as...

10. Westlawn School, Williston, N.D. Westlawn School, Williston, N.D. Schools; Students; Snow; Flags; During the first decade of 1900 as the thousands of new settlers came to western Norht Dakota seeking the opportunities they did n ot have in the east, the population of Williston nearly quadrulpled. The...

11. Williston, Main Street, N.D. Williston, Main Street, N.D. Cities; Street lights; Hardware stores; Mercantile facilities; Hotels; Horses; Carts & wagons; Men; "This was Main Street, early-day Williston, on the morning of April 20, 1907. The camera was pointing south from the intersection of Main and Broadway. The object in the sky was an electric arc-light which...

12. Williston Coyotes versus St. Mary's Demons, state championship, Bismarck, N.D. Williston Coyotes versus St. Mary's Demons, state championship, Bismarck, N.D. Basketball; Basketball players; Athletes; Sports; Gymnasiums; Uniforms; Spectators; The Fougners, Don and John, both had a night for themselves when Williston's scrappy Coyotes met St. Mary's basketball team. Don is about to pivot away from a St. Mary's player in this photograph. A moment...

13. Post Office Construction, Williston, N.D. Post Office Construction, Williston, N.D. Post offices; Construction; Construction workers; Ladders; Electric lines; Dirt; A view of the nearly comple construction of the new Williston Post Office, from October 1, 1914.
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