• Charlie Geary's blacksmith shop on homestead farm near Belfield, N.D.

    Charlie Geary and his family stand in front of his blacksmith shop on his farm near Belfield, N.D. Two women hold two horses.

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  • Blacksmith shop in Cass County, ND, circa 1910s

    A blacksmith shop in Cass County, North Dakota, either in the towns of Buffalo or Ayr. A man in overalls and a hat stands on the right, next to one of the open doors to the shop. A girl can be seen in…

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  • Blacksmith shop in Burlington, N.D., 1880

    A blacksmith shop in Burlington, North Dakota. Several men, horses, and wagons are visible around the building. Three men stand inside the doorway to the building.

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  • Blacksmiths shop

    Photograph of two men standing by anvil inside a blacksmith's shop. A variety of tools are visible in the background. The man on left has his left foot resting on base of anvil and an elbow resting on…

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  • Hilger, Montana

    Unknown

    The town of Hilger is named for David Hilger, born in Henderson, Minn. in 1857. He came to Helena when he was 10 with his family in a covered wagon, receiving his education in Helena and working for J…

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  • I.J. Basken General Blacksmith shop, Pembina County, N.D.

    Five men stand outside the I.J. Basken blacksmith shop in Pembina County, N.D. One man wears an apron (likely Basken), and another wears a suit. Another sign on the front of the building advertises th…

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  • Temperance march, Devils Lake, N.D.

    Women dressed in white dresses wrapped with sashes march with with decorated brooms in Devils Lake. A wooden sidewalk is visible in the foreground, and F.W. Priest Blacksmithing is visible in the back…

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  • Demersville Main Street from Steamboat Landing

    Five B and W photos of Demersville, Gregg Street from the steamboat landing looking west at the north side of the street. Buildings from right to left: W.O. Lung Laundry; unidentified two story buildi…

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  • August Jormusch blacksmith shop in Ransom County, ND, early 1900s

    Two men stand outside of a wood building, identified as August Jormusch’s blacksmith shop. The man on the left has a mustache and an apron. The man on the right wears a hat and overalls, and he hold a…

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  • Ole Venas first blacksmith, Kathryn, N.D.

    Ole Venas, the first blacksmith in Kathryn, N.D. sits in a rocking chair and reads an issue of the Fargo Forum newspaper, with a partial headline reading Army Wants 20,000 Draftees Quick.

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  • Henry Uhde, Regan, N.D.

    Henry "Bill" Uhde poses for a photograph, holding an unidentified object.

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  • Herman Schwanz, blacksmith

    Unknown

    H.W. Schwanz, a blacksmith with a shop on South 27th Street, ran for Alderman in 1909. A native of Wisconsin, he moved to Billings about 1897 - See biography in 'This Candidate is Independent', Billin…

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  • Blacksmith shop.

    Unidentified photographer

    One image of the interior of an unidentified blacksmith shop, showing Emil LaChambre standing next to an anvil and other employees near horses awaiting service.

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  • Charlie Geary family in potato patch, Belfield, N.D.

    Members of the Charlie Geary family stand in their potato patch near Belfield, N.D. Two people are on horseback, and a wooden building containing Geary's blacksmith shop is visible in the distance.

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  • White and Niles blacksmith shop in Dawson, N.D., 1911

    Interior view of the White and Niles blacksmith shop in Dawson, North Dakota. Two men, identified as Walter White and Sanborn B. Niles, stand in a blacksmith shop. The man on the left stands behind an…

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  • Union gathering of blacksmiths in Missoula

    Union gathering of blacksmiths, Missoula, Montana. Group of men stand and sit posing for a photograph.

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  • Blacksmith with car in shop, Dunn County, N.D.

    A blacksmith and another man stand inside a blacksmith's shop located somewhere in Dunn County. An automobile, partially covered, is visible at right.

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  • Henry Uhde and Herb Bailey in Uhde's blacksmith shop, Regan, N.D.

    Henry "Bill" Uhde and Herb Bailey stand in Uhde's blacksmith shop in Regan. Tools of the blacksmithing trade are visible around the men.

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  • [Corner of Main St. and Broadway looking south, Helena, Montana].

    Unidentified photographer

    View of a commercial district with oxen and horse-drawn wagons on the street, businesses lining each side with a hill in the background. One print on a mount with Fullerton of Great Falls embossed on…

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  • Dayton, Montana

    Schnitzmeyer, Herman

    The blacksmith's shop in Dayton, Montana on Flathead Lake. Men stand in the doorway to the shop. Two men on horseback and a man and woman in a buggy are in front of the shop.

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