• Post office, Winona, N.D.

    Fiske, Frank Bennett, 1883-1952

    Four men, one woman, four children, and one dog stand outside the Winona, N.D. post office. One buggy, one wagon, and two horses are to the left of the post office building. One sign on the building a…

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  • Moritz Tausend's farm near New Salem, N.D.

    A man, woman, and child sit and stand in the front yard of the Moritz Tausend farm near New Salem. Trees grow in the foreground, and horses and a carriage are visible in the background.

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  • Kirkwood Hotel, Carrington, N.D.

    A horse and carriage is parked outside the Kirkwood Hotel in Carrington, N.D. An advertisement on the wall of an adjacent building advertises Florsheim shoes.

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  • Charles L. Hall driving buggy across Cannonball River, N.D.

    Charles L. Hall drives a buggy across the Cannonball River. At least two people watch from the opposite shore. The water nearly covers the buggy wheels and is nearly up to the seating platform of the…

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  • Bill and Joe Matecek with horse and buggy, north of Whitman, N.D.

    Bill and Joe Matecek sit in a horse drawn buggy, likely close to their homestead north of Whitman, N.D. Some snow is visible on the ground.

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  • Indian encampment near Washburn, N.D.

    Woehler, H. L

    Several tipis sit along bluffs overlooking the Missouri River near Washburn, N.D. Horses graze on the grass and people and carriages are also visible.

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  • Flooded street, Pembina, Dakota Territory

    Floodwaters cover a street in the business district in early Pembina. Many people look at the water from the raised wooden sidewalk in front of businesses. A barrel and other debris appear to have flo…

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  • Homestead shack near Minnewaukan, N.D.

    Two men stand outside a homestead shack near Minnewaukan, N.D. while two men on horseback regard the photographer. A carriage is parked next to the shack. A stove pipe peeks up through the shack's roo…

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  • Northwest Hotel, Bismarck, N.D.

    A view of the Northwest Hotel in downtown Bismarck. A man stands on the front steps of the hotel, looking at the photographer. A carriage drawn by two horses is visible in the street. A shed on the op…

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  • Main Street, Wimbledon, N.D.

    Postcard showing storefronts on both sides of the street. The street is unpaved. There are sidewalks and utility poles running along both sides. Several horses and carriages are parked on both sides.…

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  • First wagon trail along the Gibbon river

    Haynes, F. Jay (Frank Jay), 1853-1921

    First wagon trail along the Gibbon River between Norris Geyser Basin and Madison Junction, Yellowstone National Park. A horse-drawn coach is on the trail near the river. Beryl Spring can be seen in th…

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  • Carroll Coal and Land Company, Carpio, N.D.

    A man sits in a carriage being pulled by two horses in the foreground. What appears to be a family stands in front of the store. Parts of other businesses are also visible at left and right.

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  • Northern Pacific Railroad Depot

    Private carriage traveling west on Main Avenue. Trolley tracks are visible. NPRR Depot is in the background.

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  • Floyd Henderson takes lady friends for ride in buggy, Regent, N.D.

    Floyd Henderson takes two ladies in large hats for a buggy ride in Regent, N.D. Grain elevators in Regent may be seen in the distance.

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  • Pacific Hotel

    Located on the corner of 4th Street and Broadway Avenue. Was opened in July 1880 by Louis Peterson and named in honor of the Northern Pacific Railroad. Pictures the Washburn stage leaving Bismarck.

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  • Main Street, Powers Lake, N.D.

    A grocery store, bank, hardware store, and lumber company are visible on either side of Main Street in Powers Lake, N.D. Flags fly from the tops of buildings on the right hand side of the street, and…

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  • Teddie Strinden's tarpaper home, Crosby, N.D.

    Men stand outside Teddie Strinden's tarparper home near Crosby, N.D. A woman and two children sit in a carriage. Other horses eat hay in the yard. One of the men appears to be pouring a drink for the…

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  • National Guard Armory Co. A, 1st North Dakota National Guard, Bismarck, N.D.

    A brick armory building on a street corner. A man is driving past in a horse drawn buggy.

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  • The McKenzie Hotel, Bismarck, N. D.

    Located at the northwest corner of 5th Street and Main Avenue. Seven-story hotel also included a roof garden. Image shows pedestrians strolling on the sidewalks and a horse and carriage parked near th…

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  • River scene

    Steam boat landing and warehouse and horse and carriage approaching from the left.

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