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1. Open road during North Dakota blizzard Open road during North Dakota blizzard Automobiles; Blizzards; Winter; Snow; A car drives down a plowed road during a North Dakota blizzard. Snow is visible on the side of the road, and blowing snow makes it nearly impossible to discern any other features. A fence and buildings...

2. Dead cow after blizzard, Hazelton, N.D. Dead cow after blizzard, Hazelton, N.D. Cattle; Snow; Blizzards; Death; A dead cow is visible in a pasture as snow melts after the March 1966 blizzard near Hazelton. Nearly 140,000 head of livestock died in the storm.

3. After the blizzard in Wahpeton, N.D. After the blizzard in Wahpeton, N.D. Blizzards; Snow; Winter; Trees; Houses; Families; Reading; A family stands on the roof of their snow covered house in Wahpeton after a blizzard. Snow covers most of the house, and trees in the yard. A man sits in a chair on top of one of the larger drifts, reading...

4. Ida Kellogg letter Ida Kellogg letter Snow; Sheep; Cattle; Farms; Blizzards; Correspondence; Winter; A letter from Ida Kellogg to Harriet Scholz in Minneapolis describing the effects of a blizzard on their farm and livestock.

5. Small tractor attempting to clear snowdrifts, Devils Lake, N.D. Small tractor attempting to clear snowdrifts, Devils Lake, N.D. Snow; Snow removal; Tractors; Trees; Houses; A man uses a small tractor to clear snowdrifts in a residential ara after a blizzard in Devils Lake.

6. Old Main, North Dakota Agricultural College, Fargo, N.D. Old Main, North Dakota Agricultural College, Fargo, N.D. Universities & colleges; Flags; Postcards; A view of the Administration Building, also known as Old Main on the campus of the North Dakota Agricultural College in Fargo. A flag flies from the top of the building.

7. Unidentified homestead after blizzard Unidentified homestead after blizzard Blizzards; Snow; Farmhouses; Horses; Chimneys; An unidentified homestead is covered in snow. A woman and three girls stand in front of their wood-frame house. A man holding horse bridle is on right. A tunnel opening in the center of the photograph...

8. Cars covered in snow, Kirkwood Mall parking lot, Bismarck, N.D. Cars covered in snow, Kirkwood Mall parking lot, Bismarck, N.D. Blizzards; Snow; Parking lots; Shopping centers; Automobiles; Cars parked in the Kirkwood Mall parking lot near Herberger's are covered in snow up to their windows during an April blizzard.

9. Dakota Avenue after blizzard, Wahpeton, N.D. Dakota Avenue after blizzard, Wahpeton, N.D. Snow; Business districts; Streets; Children; Storefronts; Utility poles; Huge snow banks on the left side of the street. The snow banks block out most of the ground floor of the businesses. A child stands in the foreground. Utility poles run along the street.

10. Staff Sergeant Adams and men from the 3662nd Ordnance Company shoveling out bulldozer, Burnstad, N.D. Staff Sergeant Adams and men from the 3662nd Ordnance Company shoveling out bulldozer, Burnstad, N.D. Militias; Shovels; Bulldozers; Snow; Blizzards; Farms; Men from the National Guard work to shovel out one of their own bulldozers after the March 1966 blizzard near Burnstad. A farmstead is visible in the background.

11. Sebastian Krumm house after blizzard, Hague, N.D. Sebastian Krumm house after blizzard, Hague, N.D. Snow; Blizzards; Houses; Bulldozers; Shovels; Trees; Militias; Men from the North Dakota National Guard work to shovel out the Sebastian Krumm house near Hague after the 1966 blizzard. Krumm had to shovel snow from the roof into the attic to get out of the house....

12. Digging out a snow blower truck Digging out a snow blower truck Blizzards; Shovels; Snow; Snow removal; Winter; Men with shovels work to dig out a snow blower truck stuck in the snow after a North Dakota blizzard. A large plume of snow indicates that the snow blower is working. Buildings are visible on the horizon....

13. Main Street after the blizzard, unidentified town, Richland County, N.D. Main Street after the blizzard, unidentified town, Richland County, N.D. Horses; Snow; Storefronts; Business districts; Men; Dogs; Snow piled high in the street in the business district. Many people are standing on top of drifts nearly one storey high. A man riding a horse is in the foreground.

14. 3rd Street after a blizzard, Grand Forks, N.D. 3rd Street after a blizzard, Grand Forks, N.D. Storefronts; Snow; Utility poles; Towers; Dry goods stores; Grocery stores; Storefronts line the street on the left. Huge snow banks obscure the sidewalk. People are walking in the street and on the sidewalk.

15. View from top of windmill after blizzard on Art Ven Huizen farm, Wimbledon, N.D. View from top of windmill after blizzard on Art Ven Huizen farm, Wimbledon, N.D. Automobiles; Snow; Winter; Farmhouses; The view from the top of a windmill shows deep snow covering the Art Ven Huizen farm near Wimbledon, N.D. Two cars are visible in the yard, and a barn is visible in the distance.

16. Cars buried in snow drifts, Bismarck, N.D. Cars buried in snow drifts, Bismarck, N.D. Two cars are buried in the snow in the parking lot of the Baptist Home in Bismarck, N.D after a blizzard in March 1966. A road marker reading 11 St. and Porter Ave. is visible in the foreground.

17. Northern Pacific Depot and lumberyard, Hebron, N.D. Northern Pacific Depot and lumberyard, Hebron, N.D. Grain elevators; Railroad stations; Lumberyards; Railroad tracks; Photographic postcards; View of the depot from the tracks. In the right background Schweigert-Ewald Lumber Company is visible. In the background at center is a grain elevator.
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