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1. Ben Howtlen and Joe Bailey Ben Howtlen and Joe Bailey Violins; Musicians; Portrait photographs; Ben Howtlen and Joe Bailey pose with their fiddles. The fiddle cases are visible under their chairs.

2. Bismarck High School basketball team Bismarck High School basketball team Basketball; Basketball players; Members of the Bismarck High School basketball team pose for a group portrait in their uniforms. Identified members include, front row: Harold Smith, Robert Welch, Warren Kraft, Charles Connor, Harry Rishworth,...

3. Chicago Milwaukee and St. Paul Railroad depot, New England, N.D. Chicago Milwaukee and St. Paul Railroad depot, New England, N.D. Railroad tracks; Railroad stations; Lumberyards; A view of the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul railway depot at New England, N.D. Several men stand on the siding next to the depot. Boxes and cream cans are visible next to the depot. The Fuller and Potter...

4. Atkinson School District, Griffin, N.D. Atkinson School District, Griffin, N.D. Carts & wagons; Horses; Children; Boys; Girls; Students; Flags; Schools; Horse drawn school wagons sit parked outside the Atkinson School District school in Griffin, N.D. Children stand in front of the wagons, and some sit on top of the wagons. "Atkinson School Dist. No. 7"...

5. Early days of Kenmare, N.D. Early days of Kenmare, N.D. Post offices; General stores; Cityscape photographs; Postcards; Composite photographs; A composite postcard. The center picture is labeled "Kenmare in 1896 (First Post Office).", then going clockwise the pictures are labeled "West Side 1897", "South Side 1897", "South and West Sides 1897"...
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