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Main Street, Strasburg, N.D.
Storefronts; Shoe stores; Streets; Dirt roads; Automobiles; Men; Wooden buildings; Grain elevators;
Two views of Main Street. In the top view a shoe store and a John Deere dealership are visible, as well as a grain elevator in the distance. Both views show men in front of the stores and cars parked on...
Band playing on street, Barlow, N.D.
Grain elevators; Storefronts; Streets; Crowds; Wooden buildings; Automobiles; Business districts;
Two photographs of a band performing on city streets. A few cars are parked on the right side of both photographs. Two grain elevators stand in the right background of the upper photograph. The same storefronts...
Parade, Sheyenne, N.D.
Parades & processions; Streets; Photographic postcards; Crowds; Storefronts; Business districts; Horses; Carriages & coaches; Wooden buildings;
A parade through the business district. Crowds are gathered on both sides of the street. A group marching in formation is visible at the bottom left of the photograph. Several horses and carriages are...
Main Street after baseball game, Fillmore, N.D.
Dirt roads; Automobiles; Crowds; Storefronts; Streets; Wooden buildings;
A dirt road is crowded with cars and horses with carriages. Two storefronts at right have people crowded outside.
Custer Hotel, Bismarck, N.D.
Stereographs; Hotels; Carriages & coaches; Dirt roads; Streets;
A three storey wooden hotel with porch and balcony. People stand in front of the building and on the balcony. A coach is parked at extreme left. A street is in the foreground.
Earle Hotel, formerly Waldorf Hotel, Fargo, N.D.
Hotels; Streets; Automobiles;
A large, five storey brick hotel on a street corner. The sign, clearly visible, reads "Earle Hotel." Many cars are on the street.
L. C. Mathews Spring Opening, N.D.
Crowds; Business districts; Streets; Photographic postcards; Dirt roads; Carts & wagons; Carriages & coaches;
A crowd on the street in a business district. Carts and carriages are parked to the left.
State Bank of Morton County, Mandan, N.D.
Streets; Dirt roads; Banks; Department stores; Sidewalks; Utility poles; Horses; Carriages & coaches;
A two storey brick bank building on a corner. A department store is to the right of the bank. People are on the sidewalk in front of the buildings. In the foreground, a man is on a horse and a pair of...
Presbyterian Church, Minot, N.D.
Presbyterian churches; Houses; Steeples; Porches; Streets; Wooden buildings; Postcards;
A brick church with a short steeple. The yellow house with a porch behind the church is probably the parsonage. The street is in the foreground.
Zion Lutheran Church, Minot, N.D.
Lutheran churches; Streets; Sidewalks; Postcards;
A large brick church with steeple directly over the entrance. The street is in the foreground.
Ward County Hospital, Minot, N.D.
Hospitals; Columns; Balconies; Fences; Chimneys; Trees; Streets; Postcards; Stairways;
A brick hospital building with columns at the entrance. A balcony is visible on the right side. Some trees have been planted in front of the hospital. An iron fence is in the foreground. The view is from...
Post Office, Minot, N.D.
Post offices; Men; Stone buildings; Dirt roads; Streets; Utility poles; Postcards;
A stone post office building with three storeys. A few people loiter around the entrance. The street is in the foreground.
Lexington Hotel, Minot, N.D.
Hotels; Confectioneries; Business districts; Sidewalks; Streets; Postcards; Men;
A three storey brick hotel building. To the left of the hotel is a confectioner's shop with two men standing on the sidewalk in front of it. The street is in the foreground.
Bird's eye view, Minot, N.D.
Smokestacks; Bird's-eye views; Residential streets; Wooden buildings; Streets; Cityscapes; Postcards; Trees; Sidewalks; Water towers; Steeples;
A view of a portion of the town from an elevated position. The immediate neighborhood appears primarily residential, however there is a smokestack at center. There is a church steeple at left and a water...
Composite postcard of Minot, N.D.
Railroad shops & yards; Railroad stations; County government; Jails; Business districts; Pedestrian bridges; Rivers; Boats; Piers & wharves; Postcards; Wooden buildings; Residential streets; Houses;
A composite postcard. The images are, clockwise from right corner, Ward County Courthouse and Jail, unidentified street, Minot Milling Co., Russell-Miller Milling Co., Great Northern Depot, Main Street,...
Bird's eye view, Minot, N.D.
Bird's-eye views; Residential streets; Wooden buildings; Streets; Cityscapes; Postcards;
A view of a portion of the town from an elevated position. The immediate neighborhood appears primarily residential. The town stretches out into the background.
Second National Bank, Minot, N.D.
Butcher shops; Grain elevators; Banks; Law offices; Streets; Trees; Business districts; Utility poles; Postcards;
A large brick building containing a bank on the ground floor and law offices above. Trees and utility poles run along the street to the left. To the right of the building is a smaller building containing...
Elks Lodge, Minot, N.D.
Fraternal lodges; Fraternal organizations; Stairways; Sidewalks; Streets; Postcards;
A very plain two storey brick building. Stairs lead fromt the sidewalk to the entrance. Other buildings can be partially seen in the right and left backgrounds. An intersection is in the foreground.
Residence District, Minot, N.D.
Streets; Dirt roads; Trees; Postcards; Balconies; Columns; Houses; Sidewalks;
A large house with second storey balcony supported by columns. Trees line the streets. An intersection is in the foreground.
West Park Avenue, Minot, N.D.
Dirt roads; Residential streets; Utility poles; Houses; Sheds; Postcards; Trees; Wooden buildings; Fences;
A residential neighborhood. Two houses are partially visible on the left. A fence is in front of the first house. A sidewalk runs the length of the street. There are utility poles in the distance. A shed...
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