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High water on 1st Avenue SE, Minot, N.D.
Children; Rowboats; Floods; Trees; Automobiles;
Men in a rowboat float on 1st Avenue SE in Minot during the 1925 flood. A man, woman, and child stand on a raised sidewalk in front of a nearby house.
East Central Avenue street scene, Minot, N.D.
Opera houses; Clothing stores; Drugstores; Theaters; Shoe stores;
The sign for Jacobson's Opera House is prominent in this view of East Central Avenue in Minot. People walk on the sidewalks and cross the street. Other businesses include several clothing stores, the Arcade...
One of the big dikes holding high water in river bed, Minot, N.D.
Floods; Dikes (Engineering); Trucks; Trees; Flood control;
A large dike in the 3rd Avenue and 4th Street NW area in Minot holds back the flooded Souris River. A truck with two people sitting in the back is parked on the roadway. Houses and businesses are visible...
Birdseye view showing high water, Minot, N.D.
Floods; Houses; Trees;
Flood waters from the Souris River cover houses in this view of Minot.
Aerial view, Minot, N.D.
Courthouses; Aerial photographs; Schools; Churches; Teachers colleges;
Churches, businesses, and schools are visible in this aerial view of Minot. The Minot State Teachers College is visible in the upper right of the image. The Ward County Courthouse is the white building...
Businesses on Central Avenue, Minot, N.D.
Snow; Law offices; Lawyers; Winter; Hotels; Utility poles;
Men stand outside the Greenleaf & Leighton law office on Central Avenue in Minot. Further down the sidewalk, a man shovels snow. Several other law offices belonging to Nehemiah Davis, and Gammons and Barrett...
Soo Line Depot, Minot, N.D.
Railroad stations; Advertisements;
A view of the Soo Line Depot in Minot. On the building next door, a painted advertisement for W.L. Douglas shoes and other items is visible.
High water mark, 1st Avenue SE, Minot N.D.
Floods; Dikes (Engineering); Water towers; Automobiles; Mud;
A car is parked in a muddy 1st Avenue SE in Minot after floodwaters have receded. An earthen dike is visible on a cross street in the background. A water tower is visible in the distance.
Minot Paper Company building, Minot, N.D.
Automobiles; Ladders; Barrels;
A broken down car, barrels, a ladder, and other items sit outside the Minot Paper Company building in Minot. Houses are visible in the background.
Martin Jacobson Hardware store, Minot, N.D.
Hardware stores; Opera houses; Advertisements; Baby carriages;
Several people, including a woman with a baby carriage, stand outside the Jacobson Block in Minot, N.D. The Jacobson Block building houses the Martin Jacobson Hardware Store, plus an opera house. Advertisements...
Goldbrick Gazette, March 25, 1937
Newspapers; Work camps; Weddings; Sporting goods; Hospitals; Joking; Advertisements;
Issue contains articles on men leaving the camp, weddings of camp members, education news from the camp, a shortage of sports equipment, hospital news, jokes, ads from local businesses, and a complete...
Goldbrick Gazette, December 12, 1936
Newspapers; Work camps; Dance parties; Christmas presents; Safety; Joking;
Issue contains articles on news of an upcoming dance, hospital notes, Christmas craft projects, health and safety tips, and jokes.
Goldbrick Gazette, July 21, 1937
Newspapers; Work camps; Physicians; Construction;
Issue contains articles on news of the camp surgeon's resignation, construction of lockers at the camp, and other small news items.
Goldbrick Gazette, February 12, 1937
Newspapers; Work camps; Inspections; Lathes; Typewriting; First aid; Poetry; Joking; Advertisements;
Issue contains articles on promotions in the camp, news of a camp inspection, news on a new lathe and from the typewriting class, notes on first aid, poetry, jokes, and ads from local businesses.
Goldbrick Gazette, June 25, 1937
Newspapers; Work camps; Dentistry; Construction; Equipment; Baseball; Safety; Poetry; Advertisements;
Issue contains articles on new age limits for CCC men, news of a visit from dentists, construction of wall lockers, instructions on how to use a screwdriver, news on new baseball uniforms for the camp...
Goldbrick Gazette, April 15, 1937
Newspapers; Baseball players; Poetry; Joking; Advertisements; Work camps;
Issue includes articles on staff arrivals and departures, education at the camp, baseball games, poems, jokes, hospital news, and ads from local businesses.
Remer Rambler, August 1940
Newspapers; Work camps; Trucks; Draft;
Issue contains articles on the arrival of new trucks in the camp, interviews with camp men on the topic of conscription, sports news, and other short news items.
Goldbrick Gazette, January 24, 1937
Newspapers; Advertisements; Dance parties; Typewriting; Poetry; Work camps; Mustaches;
Issue contains articles on a dance held at the camp, efforts of the men to grow mustaches, tips for treating frostbite, news of a typewriting class, sports news, poetry, and ads from local businesses.
Goldbrick Gazette, July 7, 1937
Newspapers; Bands; Holidays; Joking; Blood testing; Examinations; Fourth of July celebrations; Work camps;
Issue features stories on a performance by the Winnipeg Grenadiers band, 4th of July celebrations in Grand Forks, news from other camps, results of blood tests, examinations, and jokes.
Goldbrick Gazette, May 26, 1937
Newspapers; Work camps; Vocational education; Softball; Lathes; Joking; Advertisements;
Issue contains articles on the future of the CCC, job seeking advice, review of the softball team, warnings agains poison ivy, news of a new lathe in camp, jokes, and ads from local businesses.
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