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Main Street S., Northwood, N.D.
Business districts; Hotels; Windmills; Streets; Streets; Street railroads; Humorous pictures;
View looking south down main business street of Northwood. On extreme right is the Lincoln Hotel, and on left is a windmill. A street railroad car is superimposed into the scene.
Main Street, Northwood, N.D.
Streets; Business districts; Banks; Awnings;
View looking at buildings along Main Street in Northwood, N.D. Most prominent is the Citizens National Bank on the corner.
Birds-eye view, Northwood, N.D.
Bird's-eye views; Business districts; Windmills; Cityscapes; Hotels;
Elevated view, likely from top of grain elevator, looking at main street of Northwood including Lincoln Hotel, a wind mill rises in the foreground.
Deaconess Hospital, Northwood, N.D.
Three-story brick building with enclosed balcony on second floor over the front entrance. Dormer windows in attic and tower in center of roof.
Queen City Motel, Dickinson, North Dakota
Colorized postcard of motel with office building and cabins. The buildings are colorized pink with green roofs. Three cars are parked in front of some of the cabins.
Front St. Looking west from Broadway Fargo N.D.
Business districts; Commercial streets; Commercial facilities; Automobiles; Street railroad tracks; Street railroads; Pedestrians; Parks; Banks; Barber poles; Drugstores; Bicycle shops; Department stores; Hotels; Flags;
View looking west on Front Street (Main Avenue), from the intersection with Broadway. View shows buildings and businesses along he south side of the street including, the Commercial Bank, Bland & Bland,...
R & L City-Center Motel, Devil's Lake, N. Dak.
Motels; Electric signs; Automobiles; Antennas (Electronics); Parking lots;
Color postcard of two story motel with a flat roof. A red and blue neon sign stating "Motel City Center, No Vacancy" is hanging from the front of the building. There are numerous automobiles in the parking...
Bismarck Municipal Airport Terminal, Bismarck, N.D., 1966
Airport terminals; Airports; Flags; Flagpoles; Parking lots; Automobiles;
Color postcard of airport terminal building from a parking lot. There is an American flag on a flag pole, and numerous automobiles parked in the lot.
North Dakota Governor's Residence
Houses; Dwellings; Flags; Flagpoles; Capitols; Governors;
View of the North Dakota Governor's Residence in Bismarck. A flag pole stands in the front yard. The North Dakota State Capitol Building is visible through the trees at left.
Benjamin S. Tenny, Company G, Minnesota 6th Infantry Regiment
Head shot portrait of Benjamin S. Tenny dressed in his military uniform.
Portrait of unidentified woman, Fargo, D.T.
Portrait photographs; Studio props; Women;
Studio portrait of a woman in a dress, standing beside a small table holding onto a photograph album. In the background is an easel with a painting on it.
John Monson Farm located at 1024 University Drive S., Fargo, N.D.
Farms; Farmhouses; Barns;
View looking at farmstead located near the present day address of 1024 University Drive S., Fargo, N.D. It consists of a house and a barn. View is looking east, with University Drive S. running in front....
Ole H. Olson family
Families; Portrait photographs; Governors;
Holiday greeting card with photograph inset of the Ole H. Olson family. The family contains Ole H. Olson, his wife Julia, five daughters and three sons.
First Avenue, Y.M.C.A. and Gardner Hotel, Fargo, N.D.
Business districts; Commercial streets; Commercial facilities; Billiard parlors; Theaters; Young Men's Christian associations; Hotels; Music stores; Photographic studios; Carriages & coaches;
View looking west on 1st Avenue N. On the south side of the street is visible the Farmers Supply House, Nestor Cigar Store, Grand Theatre, the Improvement Building, the Y.M.C.A. and the Gardner Hotel....
Main Street, Milnor, N.D.
Streets; Electric lines; Automobiles; Lumberyards; Motion picture theaters; Hotels; Business districts;
A view of Main Street in Milnor, North Dakota. Some old automobiles are visible down the street, and electrical lines and poles run down the street on the right side. A number of businesses are also visible;...
Milnor train station, Milnor, N.D.
Railroad stations; Railroad freight cars; Railroad locomotives; Railroads; Railroad tracks; Water towers; Cans; Carts & wagons;
A train is stopped at the station in Milnor, North Dakota. There are many cans and boxes atop carts at the station. Five men are also visible standing at the station. A water tower is visible on the left....
Modern Method of Harvesting, Near Milnor, N. Dak.
Harvesting machinery; Threshing; Threshing machines; Agricultural machinery & implements;
A harvesting crew out working in the field with four pieces of farm machinery.
Main Street, Noonan, N. Dak., at Harvest Festival, Sept. 18th, 1911
Automobiles; Storefronts; Flags; Festivals; Dogs; Horses; Stages (Platforms); Stores & shops; Crowds;
A view of Main Street in Noonan at the Harvest Festival. There is a large number of people gathered in front of the stores. One the left there is an automobile. There is also one on the right with a dog...
Main Street, Milnor, N.D.
Streets; Electric lines; Automobiles; Automobile repair; Street railroads; Horses; Carts & wagons; Carriages & coaches;
A view of Main Street in Milnor North Dakota. A fake street car is visible in the center. On the right a horse pulling a carriage, a woman, and a young child are visible. Down the street there are two...
Tony Apperts Plumbing and Heating float, Hazelton, N.D. 50th Anniversary parade
Parades & processions; Celebrations; Plumbing stores; Floats (Parades); Privies; Bathtubs & showers; Water heaters;
View of a parade float with an outhouse, hot water heater and a running shower on it. "Plumbing & Hea[ting] Inc." visible printed on the side float. "1903 Can" painted on side of outhouse, and "1953" posted...
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