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C. Norman Brunsdale dedicating plaque at North Dakota's biggest tree near Mayville, N.D.
Curiosities & wonders; Trees; Governors; Contests; Signs (Notices);
Governor C. Norman Brunsdale stands next to a sign dedicating North Dakota's biggest tree, four miles southeast of Mayville. The sign reads: "North Dakota's Biggest Tree Cottonwood height 108.2 ft. circum....
Destruction of Minuteman III missile silo LF-22, southeast of Petersburg, N.D. video
Rockets; Military facilities; Explosions;
Members of the military, media, and public gather to watch the implosion of Minuteman III missile silo LF-22 southeast of Petersburg, N.D.
Firehouse, Fort Totten, N.D.
Fire stations; Military facilities; Trees; Forts & fortifications; Indian reservations;
A square brick building with two sets of double doors on the right and a single door on the left. Trees are in the background. A trailer is in the right background. The view is facing southeast.
Floyd Henderson and students at Melby School, 6 miles Southeast of Dunn Center, N.D.
Schools; Rural schools; Snow; Winter; Students; School children; Boys; Girls; Teachers; Group portraits;
Floyd Henderson stands outside the schoolhouse with his students near Dunn Center, N.D. Some snow is visible on the ground.
Floyd Henderson and students of Melby School, 6 miles southeast of Dunn Center, N.D.
Teachers; Students; School children; Boys; Girls; Schools; Rural schools; Group portraits;
Floyd Henderson stands with his students at Melby School near Dunn Center, N.D. The children are dressed warmly, and snow is visible in the background.
Floyd Henderson leaving for school 6 miles southeast of Dunn Center, N.D.
Horses; Teachers; Snow; Winter;
Floyd Henderson stands by a horse that is his mode of transportation to Melby School near Dunn Center, N.D. Henderson wears wooly chaps. Snow is visible on the ground.
Fort Abraham Lincoln, D.T.
Military life; Forts & fortifications; Wooden buildings; Horseback riding; Horses; Carriages & coaches; Rivers;
This photograph shows a view of Fort Abraham Lincoln to the southeast. The fort and the Missouri River are visible. Notice the man on horseback and horses pulling a carriage at center left.
Garrison Dam preconstruction near centerline looking southeast
Dams; Construction; Bridges; Rivers; Automobiles; Farms;
Preconstruction condition on centerline of dam looking south east Farmstead with numerous cars in yard. Missouri River in view, and construction bridge likely visible.
Hugo digging in southeastern bank Fort Abraham Lincoln site
Excavation; Archaeological sites;
A man wearing a hat digs into the side of a hill looking for artifacts southeast of Fort Abraham Lincoln.
Iced windmill, Ohlhauser Farm, southeast of Hazelton, Emmons County, N.D.
Windmills; Ice; Frost; Farms;
A view of an iced over windmill on the Ohlhauser Farm near Hazelton, Emmons County, N.D.
Logan Center School, 16 miles southeast of Larimore, N.D.
Schools; Rural schools; Students; School children; Horses; Carts & wagons;
Children stand on the front steps of the Logan Center School near Larimore, N.D. Men hold the reins of horses harnessed to school wagons parked outside the school.
Looking over Fort Abraham Lincoln site from the southeast
From ground level showing Fort Abraham Lincoln site from southeast showing banks and hilly areas. Steinbrueck's shadow is visible in foreground.
Looking Southeast from the Headquarters Hotel, Fargo, N.D.
Streets; Storefronts; Trees; Wooden buildings; Stereographs;
View of Fargo early in its development. A row of storefronts is shown on the other side of an open space and street. People are standing in the left foreground. Trees are visible beyond the row of buildings....
Main house Bagg Bonanza Farm, southeast of Mooreton, Richland County, N.D.
A view of the Main house at the Bagg Bonanza Farm southeast of Mooreton, N.D.
Main house, Bagg Bonanza Farm, southeast of Mooreton, Richland County, N.D.
Farmhouses; Farms; Signs (Notices);
A view of the farmhouse at the Bagg Bonanza Farm near Mooreton, N.D. A sign in front of the house reads: "The F.A. Bagg Farm listed on the National Register of Historic Places November 14, 1985. Approved...
Minto School looking southeast, quonset detail, Minto, N.D.
Quonset huts; Snow; Signs (Notices); Schools; Historic buildings;
The 60 foot by 100 foot quonset addition to the Minto School is shown in winter. A school crossing sign sits at the edge of the snow covered road, and the school building is visible behind the quonset....
O. Pierson farmhouse, exterior side view from the southeast, York, N.D.
The 1923 "catalog house" located on the O. Pierson farm is shown in a side view. The white wood lap-siding has been replaced with aluminum, but the shingle siding on the upper level remains orignial in...
Riverdale townsite looking southeast
Automobiles; Barns; Farms;
Buildings on the Ash Farm still occupy the site that will later become the town of Riverdale, N.D. during construction of the Garrison Dam. Many vehicles are also parked on the property.
Roy Frazier with students at Hawkeye Township School, southeast of Crosby, N.D.
Group portraits; Students; School children; Boys; Girls; Teachers;
Roy Frazier, seated in front, sits with the students of Hawkeye Township school near Crosby, N.D. The students are unidentified.
Rural United Lutheran Church Ladies Aid meeting on Peterson farm southeast of Crosby, N.D.
Clubs; Children; Boys; Girls; Group portraits; Farmhouses;
Members of the Rural United Lutheran Church Ladies Aid gather on the Peterson farm near Crosby for a meeting. Women, men, and children are visible in the photograph.
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