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Mining scene near Wilton, N.D.
Man standing in what appears to be an elevator with another man looking on.
Killed by the Country Club, Williston, N.D.
Deer; Hunting; Men;
Ten dead deer hanging in front of Model Market with men standing on either side.
Fourth of July program, New England, N.D.
Fourth of July celebrations; Crowds; Carriages & coaches; Horses; Business districts; Stages (Platforms); Celebrations;
Crowd of men, women and children gathered around large wood platform set between buildings along street. Wagons and people on horses in foreground.
City Hall, Northwood, N.D.
City & town halls; Fire stations; Bell towers; Utility poles;
Two-story brick building with three arches in front and tower on corner. In front a street light and utility pole visible. "19 City Hall 10" on building name plate.
Indian home, Standing Rock Reservation
Log cabins; Carts & wagons;
View looking at a small log house with a wagon parked along the left side.
Kidder County Court House, Steele, N.D.
Courthouses; Mansard roofs;
Three-story brick courthouse building with Mansard roof.
Into Canada from Neche, N.D.
View down center of road and bridge, of iron construction. Trees on either side.
High School, Nome, N.D.
Two-story brick school with raised basement. Likely newly constructed, with flag pole in front.
"Birdseye" Sarles, N.D.
Bird's-eye views; Cityscape photographs; Business districts; Public schools; Commercial facilities;
Elevated view looking over Sarles, N.D. showing business district including the Public School building at left.
Building the first railroad in McKenzie Co., N.D. Work train on Madson Flat Fill. Tressel 60 feet high
Railroad construction & maintenance; Railroad crossings; Railroads;
View of construction of dirt filled railroad grade showing wooden trestle with train on top. Trestle is partially covered by fill.
John Brude's farm, Pekin, No.Dak.
Farms; Houses; Barns;
View from driveway with house, barn, windmill and several other outbuildings in distance.
"Blow outs" in cultivated land, 11 miles S.E. of Steele, Kidder County
Erosion; Dirt; Croplands; Depressions; Droughts; Land;
View looking across cropland with severe wind erosion.
Lost Bridge on the Little Missouri River, Dunn County, N.D.
Truss bridges; Bridges; Rivers;
Image of a truss bridge over the Little Missouri River. The river level appears to be low at the time the picture was taken.
Oil well blowout, Amerada Petroleum Corporation's Joseph Rice 1 well, near Tioga, N.D.
Oil wells; Petroleum industry;
Image of a pipe blowing out a mixture of gas, acid water and oil into a mud pit.
Joseph Rice family at oil well, near Tioga, N.D.
Families; People; Men; Women; Oil wells;
Four members of the Joseph Rice family, and one other unidentified man observing the completion of their oil well.
Acidizing oil well, Amerada Oil Corporation's Joseph Rice 1 well, near Tioga, N.D.
Petroleum workers; Petroleum industry; Oil wells; Laborers; Oil well drilling rigs; Engineers;
Two petroleum workers standing next to a valve at oil well.
Oil workers at Amerada Petroleum Coproration's Joseph Rice 1 well, near Tioga, N.D.
Petroleum workers; Petroleum industry; Oil wells; Laborers; Oil well drilling rigs;
Four petroleum workers bolting down a valve at oil well.
Acidizing tank truck parked at Amerada Corporation's Joseph Rice 1 oil well, near Tioga, N.D.
Petroleum workers; Petroleum industry; Oil wells; Oil well drilling rigs; Trucks; Tankers;
Two tanker trucks parked by an oil well structure. There is a laborer crouched on the top of one of the trucks working with a hose.
Excavations for housing development, Mandan, N.D.
Urban growth; Housing developments; Land;
Turned up soil and foundation work at the future site of an Economy Homes development.
Public High School, Park River, N.D.
Schools; Bell towers;
Brick two-story structure with bell tower on roof and entrance in corner.
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