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Griggs County Courthouse in winter
Courthouses; Winter; Snow;
Street view through trees of Griggs County Courthouse, with snow on ground.
Griggs County court house, built 1884, Cooperstown, N.D.
Courthouses; Snow; Snow; Towers; Winter;
Exterior view of front entrance below tower. Snow on ground and walk trail leading to entrance.
Walter B. Hancock portrait
Men; Portraits; Architects;
Formal portrait of Hancock wearing suit.
Sheyenne Baseball Club, Sheyenne, N.D.
Baseball players; Baseball; Baseball managers;
A twelve man baseball team posed for a formal studio photograph. Manager likely center back row holding a book. Bat boy seated front and center.
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Samuelson harvesting corn, Sheyenne, N.D.
Corn; Harvesting; Harvesting machinery; Horses; Carriages & coaches; Families; Croplands;
Adolph Samuelson on a corn picker drawn by three horses. Mrs. Ragna Sameulson is in a horse drawn buggy with their two small children, Ervin and Grace.
Bison football players, North Dakota Agricultural College, Fargo, N.D.
Football players; Football; Universities & colleges; Sports; Uniforms;
Three Bison football players standing in uniforms. Number 24 is James Gorman, number 48 is Edsel Boe, and number 22 is Clifford Rothrock.
Getting lignite coal, McKenzie County, N.D.
Snow; Coal mining; Coal;
Man standing on top of bluff waving his hat. Below is wagon full of lignite coal next to area where coal was dug. Snow on ground. Two other men along side of bluff.
James Holes house, 1213 Broadway, 1898
Houses; Homes & haunts; Sidewalks; Porches;
Two story Italianate style brick house with open wrap around front porch. Viewed from sidewalk leading to the front door.
Man standing with hand on camera lens
Cameras; Photographers; Interiors;
Young man standing beside camera on tripod with his hand touching the lens. Studio backdrop in background. Man unidentified, but may be the photographer E.B. Osteraas.
Hector house, 1103 Broadway, Fargo, N.D.
Homes & haunts; Houses; Porches; Balustrades; Snow; Winter;
Large two and a half story wood frame Neo-Classical influenced Queen Anne style house with asymmetrical roofline. A large wrap around porch with classical columns and balustrade on upper deck visible....
Women shopping at Herbst Dept. Store, Fargo, N.D.
Department stores; Crowds; Women; Shopping; Interiors; Chandeliers;
Large crowd of women gathered around check-out counters of department store. Large chandelier over area and merchandise displays in background. Most women wearing winter coats.
Norman Kissner, assistant manager of the meat market, Red Owl Supermarket, Fargo, N.D.
Business enterprises; Supermarkets; Grocery stores; Interiors; Aprons; Clerks; Meat cutting; Meat; Men;
Norman Kissner standing in front of glass meat display case holding a cut of meat. He is wearing an apron. There are chickens hanging from their feet and sausages in the background.
House at 924 Broadway, Fargo, N.D.
Houses; Hip roofs; Porches; Palladian windows;
Two story Classical Revival house with front porch and hip roof. Porch is partially screened and supported by Ionic columns. Forward facing dormer has a Palladian window.
Amphion Chorus at national capitol, April 24, 1935
Choirs (Music); Men; Musicians; Panoramic photographs;
Chorus members standing on steps of capitol in Washington, D.C. Two women in front row. No one identified.
Steamers, Pluck and Alsop, at dock on the Red River, Fargo, N.D.
Steamboats; Stern wheelers; Fuelwood; Waterfronts; Rivers; Smokestacks; Boatmen; Lumber;
Two steamboats on the Red River of the North. In the foreground is the H. W. Alsop, docked on the Fargo river front. It is loaded with lumber, and more stacks of lumber visible on the river bank. The boat...
Bird's eye view of Fargo, Dakota, 1880
Engravings; Bird's-eye view prints; Rivers; Cityscape drawings; Rivers; Railroads; Maps;
Engraving of Fargo as it appeared in 1880. High elevation rendition looking over the town as viewed from the Red River looking west to the horizon. There are several steam boats on the river, a train crossing...
Office, Fargo Times, E.B. Chambers, editor, Fargo, D.T.
Newspaper editors; Newspaper industry; Wooden buildings;
Fall (October) view showing the Fargo Times newspaper building, a two-story unpainted wood building with large windows in front and large sign above windows with "Fargo Times," location in Fargo unknown,...
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