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Boyce, Arthur E.
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Anderson Block, Bismarck, N.D.
Buildings; Windows; Streets; Electric lines;
This photograph shows a large brick building. It is constructed from brick and has several windows. Notice the electric lines at center. The words "Anderson 1882" can be seen in the brick above the windows...
Rambler, April 1939
Newspapers; Work camps; Potatoes; Motion pictures; Cartoons (Commentary);
Issue contains articles on new men in the camp including a list, the installation of a loudspeaker system in the camp, the arrival of an electric potato peeler for the camp kitchen, the screening of movies...
Snow drifts, Kenmare, N.D.
Blizzards; Snow; Snow removal; Churches; Stores & shops;
A man and a woman walk through deep snow drifts on a street in Kenmare, N.D. At left of image, a man with a shovel digs into one of the high drifts. A church, the Full Gospel Mission, an International...
Arthur A. Link signing construction contract for North Dakota Heritage Center, Bismarck, N.D.
Construction; Contracts; Document signings; Governors; Galleries & museums;
Governor Arthur A. Link signs a document related to the construction of the North Dakota Heritage Center on the site of the future building. The document is an agreement with local contractor L and H Electric....
Back of spillway, Garrison Dam
Dams; Rivers; Electric lines; Spillways;
White water roars through a spillway at the Garrison Dam. The Missouri River is visible in the distance. Electrical lines are visible overhead.
Peacock Alley entrance, Bismarck, N.D.
Hotels; Restaurants; Bars; Electric signs; Maps; Stairways;
A view of the entrance to the Peacock Alley restaurant and bar inside the Patterson Hotel in downtown Bismarck. A neon sign shaped like a peacock advertises the cafe and bar and a painted peacock on the...
Thirty Man Civilian Conservation Corps barracks, Grand Coulee Dam, Washington State
Barracks; Laborers; Beds; Lamps;
Men sit on beds in a large wooden barracks at the Grand Coulee Dam construction site in Washington State. Coats hang from racks above the beds, and electric light bulbs hang from the ceiling.
Dr. Chester Dursema standing on shovelled sidewalk, Bismarck, N.D.
Snow; Shovels; Trees; Dwellings; Electric lines; Sidewalks; Winter;
Dr. Dursema stands on a sidewalk with a shovel in this photograph. He appears to have shoveled the sidewalk, and snow piles are visible to the right and left. Behind him, a tree, a home, and electric lines...
Grade school class, Crosby, N.D.
Schools; Students; Boys; Girls; Globes; Blackboards; Desks; Classrooms;
46 students sit and stand in a classroom in a Crosby, N.D. school. A globe and electric lights are suspended from the ceiling, and various pictures hang on the walls.
First rural electric hookup in North Dakota commemorative plaque, O. Pierson farm, York, N.D.
Electrical apparatus; Snow; Commemorations;
The plaque commemorating the fact that the O. Pierson farm near York (N.D.) was the first Rural Electric hookup in North Dakota (1937-11-24) is shown against a snowy backdrop. The plaque is afixed to a...
Map of electric and gas utilities serving North Dakota
Hydroelectric generators; Hydroelectric power; Natural gas; Gas industry; Electricity; Steam; Electric lines; Maps;
A map showing what electric and gas utilities companies serve which North Dakota, and some Montana and South Dakota towns and the type of hydro- or steam electric station that generates power for the area....
Henry R. Martinson portrait
Socialists; Authors; Typewriters; Books; Bookcases; Maps;
Henry R. Martinson holds a piece of paper and sits at a desk, likely at the Fargo-Moorhead Trades and Labor Assembly. A North Dakota map hangs on the wall, an electric typewriter is at his left, and a...
Driving out underground train with load of coal, Wilton, N.D.
Coal mining; Coal miners;
Photograph of the coal mine below ground, A man is in a motorized car in the mine shaft, and the is a brace to the ceiling and electric wires and lights can be seen.
Broadway on a rainy night, Fargo, N.D.
Rain; Streets; Automobiles; Electric signs; Street lights; Night; Night photographs; Drugstores; Clothing stores; Business districts;
A view of the street at night. Neon signs are visible on both the left and right, identifying stores including Alex Stern & Co., Thrifty Drugs, and Dacotah Drug. Car lights are in the distance.
Grain wagons, Mandan, N.D.
Carts & wagons; Grain elevators; Grain industry; Horses; Sheds; Railroad tracks; Railroad cars;
Carts and wagons filled with bags of grain line the streets of Mandan. A hexagonal building is visible, as are three smal wooden sheds with a sign on top reading "Use Electric Light." Railroad tracks and...
F.M.R. Electric Service truck and driver, Bismarck, N.D.
Mechanics (Persons); Automobile repair; Tire industry; Locksmiths; Gunsmithing;
A man in overalls stands in front of a F.M.R. Electric Service truck parked in front of the A&M Tire Service shop in downtown Bismarck. Otto Dirlam's lock and gunsmithing establishment is visible next...
North Dakota State Mill and Elevator product display
Grocery stores; Flour & meal industry; Canned foods; Electric signs; Merchandise displays;
A display of North Dakota State Mill and Elevator Dakota Maid products is arranged at an unidentified grocery store in North Dakota. Visible are whole wheat flour, farina, cracked wheat, and white flour....
Kaiser-Frazer building, Denhoff, N.D.
Automobile dealerships; Electric signs; Windows;
A neon sign hanging from the building identifies the Kaiser-Frazier dealership building in Denhoff, N.D.
Hotel McKenzie under construction, Bismarck, N.D.
Construction; Hotels; Scaffolding;
Scaffolding covers one side of the construction site at the Hotel McKenzie during its initial construction in Bismarck. Many signs hanging on the building advertise the products being used in the building...
Fort Peck Theatre, Fort Peck, Mont.
Motion picture theaters; Automobiles; Electric signs;
Two cars are parked in front of the Fort Peck Theatre in Fort Peck, Montana. A banner on the front of the building advertises the film "Code of the Range."
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