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1. Harry Bakken, Mary Bakken and Henry Bakken portrait, Tioga, N.D. Harry Bakken, Mary Bakken and Henry Bakken portrait, Tioga, N.D. People; Wheelchairs; Jeans (Clothing); Clothing & dress; Group portraits; Harry, Mary and Henry Bakken (standing) were photographed for a story which appeared in the Williams County Farmers Press on July 12, 1951.

2. Edward O. and Olive Salveson wedding portrait Edward O. and Olive Salveson wedding portrait Photographic studios; Photographic apparatus & supplies; Portraits; Wedding clothing & dress; Brides; Grooms (Weddings); Studio props; Dresses; Suits (Clothing); Neckties; Chairs; Rings; A man is seated in a chair, with his bride kneeling on the floor next to him. The couple are inside a lushly decorated photographic studio, with various props in the background. In their wedding outfits,...

3. Stice Motor Company Larry Stice, Williston, N.D. Stice Motor Company Larry Stice, Williston, N.D. Men; Automobile dealerships; Automobile equipment & supplies stores; Automobile repair; Automobiles; Cigarettes; Smoking; Larry Stice, of Stice Motor Company, is photographed exiting his automobile in Williston, N.D.

4. Virgil Syverson conducting Williston High School Band, N.D. Virgil Syverson conducting Williston High School Band, N.D. Conductors; Men; Bands; Band uniforms; Musicians; Students; Teenagers; Eyeglasses; Neckties; Music stands; Virgil Syverson is photographed instructing a member of the Williston High School Band.

5. Ego pushes jumping barbers, Williston, N.D. Ego pushes jumping barbers, Williston, N.D. Men; Women; Children; Dogs; Parachutes; Parachuting; Parachutists; Meadows; Barbers; The crowd at the 1929 "Jumping Barbers" contest rushes to greet and congratulate George Bjornson who was photographed decending via parachute into the Williston airport, which was owned by professional...

6. Williston Plains Reporter receives fire prevention award, Williston, N.D. Williston Plains Reporter receives fire prevention award, Williston, N.D. Fire prevention; Fire fighters; Men; Newspaper editors; Newspaper industry; Reporters; Awards; Neckties; Suits (Clothing); Offices; Bill Shemorry and another man are photographed while accepting the fire prevention award on behalf of the Williston Plains Reporter.

7. Williston Plains Reporter receives fire prevention award, Williston, N.D. Williston Plains Reporter receives fire prevention award, Williston, N.D. Fire prevention; Fire fighters; Men; Newspaper editors; Newspaper industry; Reporters; Awards; Neckties; Suits (Clothing); Offices; Bill Shemorry and another man are photographed while accepting the fire prevention award on behalf of the Williston Plains Reporter.

8. Williston Desk and Derrick Club, Williston, N.D. Williston Desk and Derrick Club, Williston, N.D. Women; Organizations; Petroleum industry; "The first meeting of the Williston Desk & Derrick Club is photographed in January, 1954."
"If the men who ran the oil industry in the Williston Basin, back in 1955, ever needed a hand with any of...

9. Group outside a house, Wildrose, N.D. Group outside a house, Wildrose, N.D. Houses; Crowds; Dogs; Cats; Sheds; A group of men, women, and children stand in a line in front of a wooden house at Wildrose, N.D. Two sheds, one with a chimney, are also visible. A dog and a cat also sit with the people to be photographed....

10. Clergy, Williston, N.D. Clergy, Williston, N.D. Clergy; Men; Churches; Eight clergy members from an unidentified church are photographed at an unidentified location. The names of the men are not known.

11. Four Bears Memorial Bridge panorama Four Bears Memorial Bridge panorama Bridges; Rivers; Waterfronts; Cities & towns; Villages; "The Four Bears Bridge proveds a scenic North Dakota panorama as it was photographed one sunny morning a number of years ago. The camera is pointin northwest from an overlooking ridge on the outskirts...

12. Fall Festival 1947, Fred Hinderer, John Shue and automobile, N.D. Fall Festival 1947, Fred Hinderer, John Shue and automobile, N.D. Festivals; Men; Automobiles; Parades & processions; Celebrations; Flags; Automobiles; "A total of 54 years have passed since this antique 1909 'Little' run-about was photographed on south Main. Occupying its single seat are the car's owner, Fred Hinderer and his friend, John Shue. The date...

13. Williston Jaycees Benefit Show Basin Valley Bags performance, N.D. Williston Jaycees Benefit Show Basin Valley Bags performance, N.D. Organizations; Singers; Singing; Women; Fund raising; Performances; Costumes; Hats; Mustaches; The Basin Valley Bags were photographed as they performed at the Jaycees benefit. Left to right: Mrs. Gil Stenehjem, Mrs. Jack Snyder, Mrs. Ray Bell, and Mrs. H.G. Onstad.

14. Williston Jaycees go to Minneapolis, Williston, N.D. Williston Jaycees go to Minneapolis, Williston, N.D. Parades & processions; Business districts; Stores & shops; Bands; Uniforms; Musicians; Musical instruments; Horses; Dirt roads; Sidewalks; This picture of the 1903 July Fourth parade was taken from the roof of the Hedderich's Store, then a one-story structure. It may have been the first time this annual celebration was ever photographed.

15. Man outside home, Williston, N.D. Man outside home, Williston, N.D. Men; Neckties; Houses; A man wearing a necktie, outside a house, looks away from the camera while being photographed.
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