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House at 1320 6th Street S., Fargo, N.D.
Houses; Porches; Construction; Hip roofs;
Two story wood frame Cube style house with hip roof and open front prorch. House appears to be under construction, with lumber extending out of an open front window on the second level.
Buffington Farm, Euclid, Minnesota
Farms; Horses; Mowing machines; Agricultural machinery & implements;
Line of buildings alongside road with fence parallel to road extending into distance. On road is a line of three horse-drawn mowers, wagons and other wagons. In far distance are two wagons filled with...
Home Owners' Loan Corporation personnel, Fargo, N.D.
Group portraits; Employees; Assistance; Government officials;
Group photograph of the personnel of the Home Owners' Loan Corporation in Fargo, N.D. The forth person seated in the front row from the left, is Fred W. McLean, manager.
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.
Martin S. Hagen, Manager of State Hail Department
Portrait photographs; Men; Government employees;
Studio portrait photograph of Martin S. Hagen dressed in a suit and tie.
Board of World's Fair Managers of North Dakota
Men; Exhibitions; Group portraits; Committees;
Portrait showing six men belonging to the Board of World's Fair Managers of North Dakota. Three are seated and three are stinding, taken in a photographers studio.
Fred Walker's implement shop, Forbes, N.D.
Agricultural machinery & implements; Business enterprises; Carts & wagons; False fronts; Panoramic photographs;
Front and side view of wooden structure with many wagons and other implements on side and in front. Men standing in front of store and by machinery. Town grain elevators and other structures in distance....
House at 217 Roberts Street, Fargo, N.D.
Houses; Porches; Hip roofs;
Two story wood frame house with screened in front porch and hip roof. Ivy growing on side of porch.
Reeves Building, 63 3rd Street N., Fargo, N.D.
Agricultural machinery & implements; Buildings; Machinery industry; Threshing machines; Business enterprises;
Front and south side of brick building; large windows on south and front and large door entrance in front center with one door open showing threshing machine inside. In front is office door with sign for...
Bardwell-Robinson Co., Fargo, N.D.
Warehouses; Building materials industry; Railroad tracks; Railroad crossings;
Bardwell-Robinson Co. warehouse located along the Great Northern Railroad tracks at 7th Street N. Railroad crossing, with cross arms visible in the foreground. "Wholesale high grade millwork" painted on...
Stump-Us Boys with homemaker group, WDAY, Fargo, N.D.
Women; Men; Radio broadcasting; Radio stations; Fools' caps; Accordions; Crackers; Advertising; Interiors;
Eleven women, and eight men in group photograph. Some of the men and women are holding boxes of Town House Crackers. Five of the men crouching in the front row are wearing dunce hats with question marks...
Homer George being congratulated on his WDAY TV tower climb, Amenia, N.D.
Radio & television towers; Climbing; Contests; Television broadcasting; Binoculars; Stunt performers; Shaking hands;
Identified left to right, WDAY president Earl Reineke, Mrs. Homer (Joanne) George, Homer George, and WDAY General Manager Tom Barnes. Homer George is shaking the hands of both Earl Reineke and Tom Barnes....
Ralph Diehl receiving the Skelly Award
Lloyd Hartwig, district manager for Skelly Oil Company presenting Ralph Diehl with the Skelly Agricultural Achievement Award. Gertrude Diehl and Harlan Diehl look on in the background.
Coya Knutson, Clyde Duffy and Tom Barnes in a Fargo, N.D. parade
Parades & processions; Government officials; Automobiles; Convertible automobiles; Legislators;
Coya Knutson seated in center of back seat of convertible with F. Clyde Duffy, North Dakota Lt. Governor, and Tom Barnes, General Manager of WDAY on either side. Young man seated in front seat driving....
Commercial building at 102 Main Avenue, Fargo, N.D.
Commercial facilities; Secondhand sales; Cafes; Fire hydrants;
One story frame commercial building, with sign that states "Fargo Salvage". In the store window is visible a kitchen sink and some paint cans. A billboard with the statement "Can you see, steer, stop safely?...
House at 1014 Broadway, Fargo, N.D.
Houses; Porches; Hip roofs; Dormers; Balustrades;
Large two-story wood frame Classical Revival style house with full front porch supported by Tuscan columns. House has a hip roof with roof-top balustrade. Front facing hipped dormer window at attic level....
One hundred thousandth gas heating installation, Northern States Power Fargo Division
Public utility companies; Gas industry; Milestones; Group portraits; Houses; Backyards;
Twenty four men and one woman standing next to a gas meter on the rear of ranch style house located at 1436 17th Avenue S., Fargo, N.D. owned by Fred and Ruth Sanderson.
House at 332 6th Avenue S., Fargo, N.D.
Houses; Porches; Vines; Dormers;
Two story wood frame house, set upon a high foundation. The house has a screened in front porch with ivy growing upon the side, and an open porch on the rear of the house. A dormer window extends from...
John H. Dahl, president of the J.H. Dahl Insurance Agency, Fargo, N.D.
Men; Coats; Hats; Banks; Business people; Mayors;
John H. Dahl standing on sidewalk in front of Merchants National Bank building at 122 Broadway. He is wearing a long overcoat and hat.
Northwest Airlines crash near Moorhead, Minn.
Aircraft accidents; Airplane propellers; Airplanes; Trees;
Northwest Airlines airplane wreckage with tail section visible suspended over a ravine. Several people visible in the scene. A section of the wing and a bent propeller is visible on the embankment. A damaged...
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