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H.T. Ranch, Amidon, N.D.
Ranches; Fences; Wooden buildings;
A view of the H.T. Ranch owned by A.C. Huidekoper near Amidon. Several wooden buildings are visible, and the land is fenced.
Eight mule team plow owned by Joe Voight, Elbowoods, N.D.
Mules; Agricultural machinery & implements;
Joe Voight sits on a piece of agricultural machinery being pulled by an eight mule team in the Elbowoods area.
Mister Johnson's stable, Medora, N.D.
A stable owned by Mr. Johnson lies at the foot of buttes in the badlands in Medora, N.D. A house is also visible in the photograph.
Plowing with two Flour City engines owned by Wakefield brothers near Mott, N.D.
Croplands; Plowing; Tractors; Engines; Agricultural machinery & implements; Men; Farming;
A view of five men plowing a grain field with the help of two gasoline powered Flour City tractor engines near Mott, North Dakota. The engines are following one after another and two men sit on the first...
Foley house, Medora, N.D.
Houses; Fences; Utility poles;
A view of the house owned by James W. Foley in Medora.
Barn and farm implements, Bagg Bonanza Farm District, Mooreton, N.D. vicinity
Agricultural facilities; Agricultural machinery & implements; Grasses;
This contemporary photograph of the Bagg Bonanza Farm near Mooreton North Dakota shows farm implements in the foreground and several of the buildings in the background. From left to right the buildings...
Molly's Service Station, Bismarck, N.D.
Automobile service stations; Postcards; Flags; Automobiles; Garages;
A postcard view of Molly's Service Station at the corner of 4th Street and Thayer Avenue in Bismarck. Several cars are parked at the gas pumps or in the garage. A flag flies from the top of the building....
Harry Roberts and unidentified boy with buckskin outfit and uniform display at Chateau de Mores, Medora, N.D.
Hides & skins; Military uniforms; Showcases;
Harry Roberts and an unidentified boy stand next to a display case with a buckskin outfit and a military uniform once owned by the Marquis de Mores.
Era Bell Thompson with her father, Mandan, N.D.
Families; Furniture stores; Fathers; Girls;
Era Bell Thompson stands with her father outside of the second hand furniture store owned by her family in Mandan.
Extract from Census of agriculture, Barnes County, Dakota Territory
Census; Agricultural facilities; Agricultural machinery & implements; Agricultural laborers; Meadows; Croplands; Cattle; Sheep; Horses; Mules; Farmers;
A page from the 1885 agricultural census of Barnes County. Recorded are details about improved and unimproved land usage and acreage; values of farm buildings, implements and machinery and livestock; wages...
Farrell Livery Barn, Hansboro, N.D.
Barns; Stables; Horses; Men; Carriages & coaches; Sleds & sleighs; Wooden buildings;
A barn with a man standing outside with a horse. A carriage and a sleigh are parked next to the building on the left.
Great Northern Depot, Hankinson, N.D.
Railroad stations; Bicycles & tricycles; Children; Men; Horses; Sidewalks; Wooden buildings;
A depot building with children inside of it and two children with bicycles in front of the depot. Three men stand in front of the depot as well, one with a horse. A sidewalk is in the foreground.
Little Missouri Horse Company logging camp, near Amidon, N.D.
Log buildings; Horses; Cowboys;
A group of people in front of a large log building. A horse and rider stand at left. Dirt in the foreground. The larger part of the building has a sod roof.
James Holes' home and farm, Fargo, N.D.
Houses; Barns; Sheds; Wooden buildings; Cattle; Grasses; Meadows; Trees;
A very large, well built house with a flat roof stands behind a row of trees at left. Towards the right there is a smaller two story building and a barn. A shed stands in the background between the buildings....
Harvesting North Dakota prairies in William H. Brown Land Company tract
A man with a team of horses works with a binder in a tract of land owned by the William H. Brown Land Company.
Soo Line depot, Wilton, N.D.
Automobiles; Railroad stations; Utility poles; Sheds; Wooden buildings;
A wooden depot building. The paint is peeling on the upper parts. A truck is parked immediately in front of the building, while a car is parked in the foreground. There is a shed beyond the depot.
State Flour Mill, Drake, N.D.
Flour & meal industry; Mills; Government ownership;
A view of the wooden structure of the State Flour Mill at Drake, N.D. A sign on the building indicates it is a state owned mill.
Julius May's blind pig, White Earth, N.D.
Eating & drinking facilities; Alcoholic beverages; Horses; Children; Boys;
Men standing outside a bling pig owned by Julius May in White Earth, N.D. pour themselves drinks. A man on horseback holds a full glass in his hand. A man on horseback looks out from inside the building....
W.R. Olson’s horses fell through the ice of the Missouri River near Sanish, N.D.
Horses; Ice; Ice crossings;
Two horses owned by W.R. Olson have fallen through the ice on the Missouri River near Sanish, N.D. A man stands on the ice holding the reins.
Golden Rule float in parade, Hettinger, N.D.
Parades & processions; Floats (Parades); Flags; Dogs; Stores & shops; Children; Crowds;
A boy and a dog ride on the hood of a car decorated for a parade in Hettinger, N.D. The float represents the Golden Rule store, owned by Gunard Ramstead and the Anderson Sisters. Children watch the parade...
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