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Mattison, Ray H., 1903...
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Quartermaster's house, Fort Totten, N.D.
Forts & fortifications; Storehouses; Automobiles; Indian reservations;
Large building of whitewashed brick. There are two trucks and a car parked in front of the building, and another truck parked far right. View is looking northwest.
Surgeon's and Chaplain's quarters, Fort Totten, N.D.
Barracks; Military facilities; Indian reservations;
Two story building built of whitewashed brick. There are two doors, each going to a separate residence. View is from the northwest.
Commanding Officer's quarters, Fort Totten, N.D.
Officers' quarters; Barracks; Trees; Porches; Forts & fortifications; Military facilities;
A two story home with porch. Trees are growing around the building. The house is made of bricks that have been painted white. View is looking south west.
Quartermaster's store houses, Fort Totten, N.D.
Military facilities; Forts & fortifications; Storehouses; Barracks; Wooden buildings;
The two near buildings are the former quartermaster's storehouses. The third building down is the enlisted men's barracks. Sign above the doorway reads "W. W. Plummer & Co. General Merchandise".
Former hospital at Fort Totten, N.D.
Trees; Military hospitals; Forts & fortifications; Indian reservations; Lawns; Galleries & museums; Military facilities;
Large white building viewed across a lawn. Trees surround the building. The sign ouside the building reads "Historical Pioneer Museum".
Officers' quarters pointing southwest, Fort Totten, N.D.
Forts & fortifications; Barracks; Buildings; Trees; Military facilities;
A long white barracks building viewed looking south west. Trees grow around the building.
Officers' quarters, Fort Totten, N.D.
Buildings; Barracks; Indian reservations; Trees; Forts & fortifications; Military facilities;
A long white barracks building is surrounded by trees.
Enlisted men's barracks, Fort Totten, N.D.
Barracks; Sidewalks; Wooden buildings; Forts & fortifications; Indian reservations; Military facilities;
A long brick barracks building sits at left-center. There is an unidentified wooden building towards the right, and another to the left. A sidewalk runs between the buildings.
Cemetery with town in background, Fort Buford, N.D.
Cityscapes; Fences; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Meadows;
Two headstones stand within a white picket fenced enclosure. A town is visible across the field.
View from military cemetery toward Fort Buford, N.D.
Meadows; Fences; Cemeteries; Cityscapes;
View showing the fence at the edge of the cemetery, with the town across a large field.
Old powder magazine with modern community in background, Fort Buford, N.D.
Magazines (Military buildings); Meadows; Stone buildings;
A rectangular stone storage building with steep roof sits surrounded by a field. A town is visible in the far background.
Calma’s Place being vacated, Sanish, N.D.
Ice cream & ices; Cafes; Advertisements; Trucks; Moving of structures;
A man wearing eyeglasses looks outside from inside Calma's Place in Sanish, N.D. as the interior fittings are being removed before the area is inundated by waters from the Garrison Dam. Bridgeman Ice Cream...
Mrs. Kallusky, Mrs. Arneson, Mrs. Thorpe, and Dr. Kallusky in Thorpe’s Place, Sanish, N.D.
Restaurants; Physicians; Eating & drinking;
Mrs. Kallusky, Mrs. Arneson, Mrs. Thorpe (in apron), and Dr. Kallusky gather around a table in Thorpe's Place in Sanish, N.D.
Old powder magazine, Fort Buford, N.D.
Forts & fortifications; Military facilities; Magazines (Military buildings); Meadows; Grasses;
A stone storage building stands alone surrounded by ungroomed grass. A dirt path runs along the right side.
Construction of Verendrye Bridge over Missouri River at Sanish, N.D.
Bridges; Rivers; Ferries; Construction;
One of the Missouri River ferries at Sanish works the water while the construction of the Verendrye Bridge across the river takes place nearby. Several cars are visible driving on the road on the opposite...
Exterior of Thorpe’s Place, Sanish, N.D.
Restaurants; Signs (Notices);
A sign in the window and on the roof identifies this Sanish building as Thorpe's Place. The sign on the roof reads Thorpe's Place the home of good food.
Group of young women inside Thorpe’s Place, Sanish, N.D.
Restaurants; Eating & drinking; Ketchup;
Five unidentified young women sit together at a table inside Thorpe's Place in Sanish, N.D. Water glasses, a ketchup bottle, books, and a box are displayed on the table.
Main Street, Park River, N.D.
Children; Postcards; Streets; Utility poles; Carriages & coaches; Storefronts;
View of storefronts on the right side of the street. Most buildings are brick. On the corner to the left, a group of women and children stand. There are several buggies parked on the right side of the...
80 ton crane on barge to be taken across river for building new bridge across Missouri River at New Town, N.D.
Barges; Hoisting machinery; Rivers; Bridges; Construction;
An 80 ton crane floats on a barge in the Missouri River as it is moved into place to work on the Four Bears Bridge located at New Town.
Government weather station, Camp Hancock, Bismarck, N.D.
Government facilities; Trees; Antennas (Electronics); Lawns; Wooden buildings; Weather; Forecasting
A large antenna stands on a lawn. In the background sits the two-story main building, partially obscured by trees.
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