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Plowing on the Amenia and Sharon Land Company, Amenia, N.D.
Plowing; Plows; Mules; Dogs; Horses;
A line of plows drawn by mule teams going into the distance, are apparently plowing a stubble field. In the foreground, Ed Nybakken is seated on a two-bottom plow drawn by four mules. His hand is in the...
Amenia-Sharon farm at Amenia
Croplands; Barns; Farms;
Elevated view, likely from atop grain elevator, looking over small fenced in pasture with animal shelter, two buildings outside pasture and croplands beyond extending to horizon. In distance is a farmstead...
H. F. Chaffee family, Ameina, N.D.
Families; Group portraits; Children;
Studio portrait photograph of Herbert F. Chaffee, with his wife Carrie and two youngest children, Florence and Lester.
North Dakota State Senate Judiciary Committee, 1997
Legislators; Group portraits;
Group portrait of seven North Dakota State Senators and two female clerks gathered behind a table.
Funeral of Mrs. T. Bergan at Sharon, N.D.
Funeral rites & ceremonies; Coffins; Flower arrangements; People; Porches;
View of a casket covered with flowers on a stand in front of a house with a open front porch. A number of mourners in the background.
School House, Sharon, N.D.
Public schools; Bell towers;
Two story wood frame school building with front and side gables, open forward facing bell tower and portico over front entry.
Interior of St. Mary's Abbey, Richardton, N.D.
Catholic churches; Altars; Pulpits; Interiors;
View down main aisle towards church altar, columns on sides with pulpit on right foreground.
1st Street, Taylor, N.D.
Banks; Post offices; General stores; Commercial facilities; Commercial streets; Houses; Automobiles;
View looking down street with Taylor State Bank, Taylor Post Office and The Golden Rule store in brick building at left. Two houses visible further down the street. A group of people next to an automobile...
Main Steet, McVille, No. Dak.
Commercial streets; Business districts; Commercial facilities; Wooden buildings; Winter; Snow;
Winter view of commercial street in business district of McVille, N.D., with snow on the ground. Wood frame buildings on both sides of the street.
5000 ft. of floor space, Hettinger Opera House
Opera houses; Dance halls; Auditoriums; Gambrel roofs; False fronts;
Side view of the wood frame Hettinger Opera House with gambrel roof and false front.
Bird's eye view, Gladstone, N.D.
Cityscape photographs; Business districts;
Elevated view of town business district with hills beyond.
Grain elevators and R.R. station, Bowman, N.Dak.
Railroad stations; Railroad locomotives; Grain elevators;
View of train at railroad station with people on platform. Beyond train four elevators are visible.
Wool Market, Dickinson, N.D.
Wool; Wool industry; Carts & wagons; Horse teams; Horses; Business districts; Commercial streets;
View looking down street in Dickinson, N.D. business district, showing a group of horse-drawn wagons loaded with wool sacks. Sky in postcard is tinted blue.
Largest grain elevators in the Dakotas, Amenia, N.D.
Side view of four elevators alongside railroad tracks, all with name The Amenia & Sharon Land Co. printed on buildings.
Digging a train out after snow storm, Elgin, N.D.
Snow; Blizzards; Snow removal; Digging; Railroad cars; Railroad tracks; Railroads; Railroad employees; Winter;
Group of men with shovels digging snow out of drift over railroad tracks. The back end of a railroad car in the foreground, and a locomotive spewing steam in the distance.
Men in front of Ameina and Sharon Land Company office, Amenia, N.D.
Publicity photographs; Promotional materials; Signs (Notices); Men; Straw hats; Office buildings;
Ten men standing in front of building, all wearing hats. Three men in the center are holding up a sign that states "New York Buried By Blizzards. North Dakota Wears Straw Hats".
H. F. Chaffee house at Amenia, N.D.
Farmhouses; Barns; Farms;
Stereograph of large house and barn belonging to H. F. Chaffee.
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