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121. Old Main, Jamestown College, Jamestown, N.D. Old Main, Jamestown College, Jamestown, N.D. Universities & colleges; Old Main sits abandoned on the grounds of Jamestown College in Jamestown, N.D. The grass is long around the building, and windows in the basement have been boarded up.

122. Women holding coins Women holding coins Portrait photographs; Group portraits; Coins; Coats; Scarves; Hats; A group of women dressed in coats, scarves, and hats stand together for a group portrait. All of the women hold up what appear to be coins. One of the women in the photograph may be Mrs. Gudmundur Grimson....

123. Melvin T. Rye inside Bank of Monango, Monango, N.D. Melvin T. Rye inside Bank of Monango, Monango, N.D. Bankers; Banks; Spittoons; View of interior of Bank of Monango showing teller's cages and cashier's window. Melvin T. Rye is standing in the Cashier's window holding pencil to paper while in the rear of the bank can be seen a half-wall...

124. Sunday, Wilton, N.D. Sunday, Wilton, N.D. Postcards; Utility poles; Drugstores; Post offices; Cigar industry; View of an intersection in Wilton, N.D. with a drug store building on the corner. A cigar store and post office are partially visible on the opposite side of the street.

125. Farmers & Merchants State Bank, Monango, N.D. Farmers & Merchants State Bank, Monango, N.D. Banks; Front and right side of bank building in Monango N.D. Large bush is in front of window of bank and old sewing table is to the right of entrance in front. The upper floor of the original structure has been...

126. Farmers & Merchants State Bank, Monango, N.D. Farmers & Merchants State Bank, Monango, N.D. Banks; Signs (Notices); Left side and front of bank building in Monango N.D. Large tree is up against left side of building and signage is leaning against tree and wall. Large bush is in front of window of bank and old sewing...

127. Melvin T. Rye in window of Bank of Monango, Monango, N.D. Melvin T. Rye in window of Bank of Monango, Monango, N.D. Banks; Three quarter view of front and left side of bank building. The building to the right of the bank has been removed through masking during printing. Flat roofed building with two stories, made of brick...

128. Melvin T. Rye in front of school, Nome, N.D. Melvin T. Rye in front of school, Nome, N.D. Schools; Gardening; Trees; Melvin Thomas Rye is standing on sidewalk leading to entrance of school wearing work shirt, pants, gloves and brimmed hat and holding hoe over his shoulder. Bushes line the walkway with a row of young...

129. Railroad depot and railyards, Mandan, N.D. Railroad depot and railyards, Mandan, N.D. Panoramic views; Postcards; Railroads; Railroad tracks; Railroad stations; Railroad shops & yards; Railroad freight cars; Wide angle panorama taken from the top of railway cars parked in railyards. The gardens surrounding the depot can be seen with the work "Mandan" spelled out in flowers and surrounded by grass and trees....

130. Main Street looking North, Russell, N.D. Main Street looking North, Russell, N.D. Carts & wagons; Utility poles; Railroad freight cars; Railroads; Grain elevators; Storefronts; Streets; Postcards; Postcard view looking down Main Street. The grain elevator and railroad tracks are visible at the far end of the street. Storefronts run up both sides of the street and telephone poles run up the left...
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