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Oil discovery in North Dakota, monument, Tioga, N.D.
Monuments & memorials;
View of a monument in Tioga, N.D. Inscription reads: "Oil was first discovered in North Dakota by Amerada Petroleum Corporation April 4, 1951. This Williston Basin Discovery, Clarence Iverson No. 1 opened...
William E. (Bill) Shemorry, 65th Birthday, Williston, N.D.
Birthdays; Birthday parties; Newspaper industry; Reporters; Journalism; Newsrooms; Celebrations; Parties; Banners; Cakes; Beverages; Tableware; Cakes; Pens; Men; Women; Eyeglasses;
At either the office of the Williston Herald or the Williston Plains Reporter, a group celebrates Bill Shemorry's birthday. The group of men and women are gathered behind a table on which a punch bowl,...
O'Brien Paints, Basin Paint & Wallpaper exterior, N.D.
Buildings; Stores & shops; Storefronts; Signs (Notices); Doors & doorways; Paint industry; Paints & varnishes; Wallpaper industry; Wallpapers;
Front exterior showing the main doors and two large windows of O'Brien Paints, Basin Paint & Wallpaper store. A sign in one window reads "Glass, Linoleum, floor sanding."
Miss National Spring Wheat 1967, N.D.
People; Women; Beauty contestants; Beauty contests; Crowns; Dresses; Hairstyles; Clothing & dress;
Group portrait of four young women including one wearing a crown and sash that reads Miss National Spring Wheat 1967.
Pasonault grave stone, Devils Lake, N.D.
Graves; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Cemeteries;
Grave stone reads Pausonault, Juliann, Born Aug. 8, 1847, Died Apr. 26, 1910.
Old Bethany Lutheran Church sign and people, N.D.
People; Men; Women; Signs (Notices); Suits (Clothing); Clothing & dress; Priests; Eyeglasses; Neckties; Clergy;
Four people standing outside a building next to a sign that reads "OLD BETHANY LUTHERAN CHURCH - 1971, Sponsored by Mr. & Mrs. Theo Nereson, Williston, N.D. and ____y from Lignite, N.D." On the left is...
Horse racing at the Williams County Fair, Williston, N.D.
Women; Racetracks; Racetracks (Horse racing); Horses; Horse racing; Automobiles; Men; People; Fairs; Crowds; Clothing & dress;
View of a crowd of men and women standing along the edge of a race track while horses race past at the Williams County Fair in Williston, N.D. in Sept. 1914. There are a few automobiles in the foreground....
Oil discovery in North Dakota monument, Tioga, N.D.
Monuments; Oil wells; Petroleum industry; Discovery & exploration; Celebrations;
A view of the monument to oil discovery in North Dakota, which reads "Oil was first discovered in North Dakota by Amerada Petroleum Corporation April 4, 1951. This Williston Basin discovery, Clarence Iverson...
Bill Shemorry and soldier in a jeep during World War II, China
Men; Jeep automobiles; Automobiles; Military personnel; Children; Coffee; Buildings; Uniforms; Cameras; Photographers;
View of Bill Shemorry and another soldier in a jeep numbered 1040. Another man stands behind the jeep holding a camera in his hands. Behind them is a wooden building with signs, the only one in English...
Aerial view of Appam Farmers Elevator Company grain elevators, Appam, N.D.
Aerial views; Railroad tracks; Streets; Buildings; Farmhouses; Croplands; Grain elevators;
Aerial view looking at two grain elevators, railroad tracks, a road and a few farm buildings. A grain elevator reads Appam Farmers Elevator Co. and cropland is in the distance.
Aerial views of town, with Nelson grain elevator, N.D.
Aerial views; Streets; Buildings; Railroad tracks; Croplands;
Aerial view of a town showing streets, railroad tracks, with homes and buildings going into the distance. View shows five grain elevators, one which reads "Nelson Elevator."
Governor William L. Guy with city officials
Governors; Government facilities; Government employees; Government officials; Politics & government; Document signings; Fire fighters; Uniforms; Offices; Flags; Men; Neckties; Suits (Clothing); Eyeglasses;
Governor William L. Guy sits at his desk and signs an unidentified document as Williston city officials stand by. Fireman Harris Anderson stands at the far left in the photograph. The man on the far right...
Railroads; Railroad tracks; Railroad locomotives; Grasshoppers; Railroad employees;
Three railroad workers raise their hands in mock surrender when their train is stopped on the tracks by a "giant grasshopper" in Williston. The locomotive number reads 2030.
Snyder Theater grand opening soon, Williston, N.D.
Theaters; Marquees; Automobiles; Business districts;
A view of the Snyder Theater in Williston. The marquee reads "watch for our grand opening coming soon."
Panger and Ditsworth offer coyote stew at Pangers Sporting Goods, Williston, N.D.
Men; Coyotes; Sporting goods stores; Pipes (Smoking); Hats; Window displays; Hats; Parks; Food;
Neuman Ditsworth (left) and Les Panger (right) stand outside Pangers Sporting Goods in Williston. The men are holding a sign that reads "FREE COYOTE STEW
PANGER'S SPORTING GOODS STORE
Ole Axehandle, Spirit of the Public Relations Office cartoon
Ole Axehandle sits in a photograph studio, on a stool in front of a camera. The bottom of the drawing reads "Spirit of the Public Relations Office -APO 210."
Williston High School class reunion, Williston, N.D.
Reunions; Men; Women; Banners; Walls; Neckties; Eyeglasses;
A man with a microphone speaks to a former Williston High School classmate. A banner that reads "hello, alumni" hangs on the brick wall behind them, Williston, N.D.
Mercy Hospital, Williston N.D.
Hospitals; Nuns; Records (Information); Typewriters; Calculators;
A nun sits at a desk with a box full of paper records and various rubber stamps in Mercy Hospital in Williston. A calendar on the wall reads May 1928. A typewriter and adding machine are visible along...
Williston Police Station lost dog, Williston, N.D.
Dogs; Police stations;
A lost dog sits on the countertop in the Williston Police Station behind a sign that reads "I'm Lost!"
Gathering, Williston, N.D.
People; Men; Women; Children; Teenagers; Gymnasiums;
A large group of men, women, children and teenagers are seated in a gymnasium for an unidentifed gathering. A large sign behind them reads "Home of the State Jr. College Champions," Williston, N.D.
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