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1. 3rd Street looking north, Grand Forks, N.D. 3rd Street looking north, Grand Forks, N.D. Automobiles; Carts & wagons; Horses; Streets; Sidewalks; Street lights; Storefronts; Agricultural machinery & implements; Newspaper industry; Seed trade; A view of storefronts on the right side of the street. Two cars are parked at the right. A horse and wagon is visible at center, and another one is at left in the distance. A bicyclist is in the middle...

2. 3rd Street, with horse drawn carriages and automobiles, Grand Forks, N.D. 3rd Street, with horse drawn carriages and automobiles, Grand Forks, N.D. Streets; Street lights; Horses; Carts & wagons; Automobiles; Furniture stores; Banks; Power industry; General stores; Law offices; Real estate business; Drugstores; Cafes; Storefronts; Clothing stores; A view of storefronts on both sides of the street. Two cars are parked in the distance on the right. Several horses and wagons are at center. Both sides of the street are lined with streetlights and people...

3. 7th Cavalry monument, Little Bighorn Battlefield 7th Cavalry monument, Little Bighorn Battlefield Battlefields; Monuments; Graves; The 7th Cavalry monument is visible at the top of a hill. A fence surrounds the monument, and two cars and several people are stopped to look at the monument. Other stones are visible on the hillside,...

4. 7th Street, Devils Lake, N.D. 7th Street, Devils Lake, N.D. Photographic postcards; Houses; Sidewalks; Trees; Lawns; Wooden buildings; A view of one side of a residential street. The houses are all two stories. There are lawns between each house and the sidewalk and trees between the sidewalk and the road.

5. A busy day at Gladmar, Sask. A busy day at Gladmar, Sask. Stores & shops; Automobiles; Bicycles & tricycles; Men and women stand outside the Gladmar Cash Store and another man stands in the doorway. Two cars are parked in front of a nearby house. A bicycle is leaning against the front of the store.

6. A two hours hunt before breakfast A two hours hunt before breakfast Hunting; Ducks; Barrels; Rifles; Game bird hunting; Duck hunters pose with the results of an early hunt before breakfast. In 1913, hunters were limited to 25 ducks per day each. These hunters have not yet gotten their limit, and the day has just begun

7. A.C. and Fred Zimmerman portrait with others A.C. and Fred Zimmerman portrait with others Fur coats; Beards; Portrait photographs; Families; A.C. Zimmerman (standing, bearded), and his brother Fred Zimmerman (seated, left) pose with two other unidentified men for a portrait. All four of the men wear fur coats.

8. Abner O'Neal at landing, Mandan, N.D. Abner O'Neal at landing, Mandan, N.D. Logs; Building materials; Horses; Carts & wagons; Steamboats; Postcards; Mooring; Piers & wharves; Waterfronts; A steamboat moored on a wooded shoreline. A horse and wagon is transporting materials just left of center. Workers are following the wagon. In the foreground there are two piles of logs.

9. Actor portraying George Custer waves to the ladies, Fort Abraham Lincoln Actor portraying George Custer waves to the ladies, Fort Abraham Lincoln Historical dramas; Actors; Actresses; Horses; Open-air theaters; Open-air theatrical productions; An actor portraying George Custer waves at actresses portraying wives of 7th Cavalry officers while two other mounted cavalrymen look on. A flag flies from the top of the 'fort', the Custer Memorial Amphitheater....

10. Actors portraying 7th Cavalry soldiers, Fort Abraham Lincoln Actors portraying 7th Cavalry soldiers, Fort Abraham Lincoln Historical dramas; Actors; Actresses; Open-air theaters; Open-air theatrical productions; Two actors portraying 7th Cavalry members engage in horseplay while a crowd of other actors dressed as soldiers or wives looks on.

11. Actors portraying George Custer and 7th Cavalry officers, Fort Abraham Lincoln Actors portraying George Custer and 7th Cavalry officers, Fort Abraham Lincoln Historical dramas; Actors; Maps; Open-air theaters; Open-air theatrical productions; An actor dressed as a 7th Cavalry officer shakes his fist at an actor portraying George Custer standing behind a desk. Another actor sits in a chair, and two other actors stand to confront Custer during...

12. Actors portraying the 7th Cavalry in battle, Fort Abraham Lincoln Actors portraying the 7th Cavalry in battle, Fort Abraham Lincoln Historical dramas; Actors; Arrows; Death; Campaigns & battles; Open-air theaters; Open-air theatrical productions; An actor with an arrow protruding from his chest falls backward onto the ground during a production at the Custer Memorial Amphitheater. Two other actors stand by the open door of the amphitheater, looking...

13. Ada Rue and friends atop petrified stump northeast of Medora, N.D. Ada Rue and friends atop petrified stump northeast of Medora, N.D. Girls; Horses; Petrified wood; Ada Rue and two other girls sit atop a petrified stump in the Medora area. The girls all wear western wear, and hold on to the reins of a nearby horse.

14. Aerial view of dikes being overtopped between Grand Forks, N.D. and East Grand Forks, Minn. Aerial view of dikes being overtopped between Grand Forks, N.D. and East Grand Forks, Minn. Floods; Rivers; Disasters; Bridges; Aerial photographs; Water flows fast over the top of dikes between Grand Forks and East Grand Forks. A bridge linking the two cities is visible.

15. Aerial view of Tyler's Cabins, Bismarck, N.D. Aerial view of Tyler's Cabins, Bismarck, N.D. Cabins; Horses; Automobiles; Aerial photographs; An aerial view of Tyler's Cabins in Bismarck. Cars are parked in some of the cabins, and two horses are visible in a yard.

16. After cyclone May 29-09 After cyclone May 29-09 Tornadoes; Disasters; Horses; Carts & wagons; Two horses, a cart, and two people are visible in the destruction after a tornado swept through Jamestown in May 1909. Buildings are leaning, or have collapsed entirely.

17. After the tornado, Geo. D. Lewis farm near Hettinger, N.D. After the tornado, Geo. D. Lewis farm near Hettinger, N.D. Ruins; Tornadoes; Debris is strewn around the remains of the George D. Lewis farm near Hettinger after it was struck by a tornado. Three people were killed and two injured when the tornado hit.

18. After the tornado, Geo. D. Lewis farm near Hettinger, N.D. After the tornado, Geo. D. Lewis farm near Hettinger, N.D. Tornadoes; Ruins; Automobiles; Several men stand around what remains of a building on the George D. Lewis farm near Hettinger after it was struck by a tornado. Two people were killed and three injured when the tornado hit.

19. Alden Eaton bridling horse at Custer Trail Ranch near Medora, N.D. Alden Eaton bridling horse at Custer Trail Ranch near Medora, N.D. Ranches; Horses; Bridles; Alden Eaton works to put a bridle on a horse at the Custer Trail Ranch near Medora. Two other men stand with another horse in the background. Some of the ranch buildings are visible in the background.

20. Alfred Benson, Bill Lang, and others with horse and automobiles, H.T. Ranch near Amidon, N.D. Alfred Benson, Bill Lang, and others with horse and automobiles, H.T. Ranch near Amidon, N.D. Horses; Automobiles; Ranches; Wooden buildings; Alfred Benson, Bill Lang, and other unidentified men pose with two automobiles and a horse, likely on the grounds of the H.T. Ranch near Amidon, N.D. Several wooden and log buildings are visible in the...
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