• Aughnay Livery, Mandan, N.D.

    Hendrickson, Nancy

    An old log building identified as the Aughnay Livery stands behind a newer brick building, in Mandan, N.D. The building next door advertises Bull Durham tobacco and a hardware store.

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  • Main Street looking north, Minot, N.D.

    A hardware store and drug store, horses and a cart, and several men standing on the sidewalk are visible in this view of Main Street in Minot looking towards the north.

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  • 1st Avenue South, Jamestown, N.D.

    Many businesses line both sides of Jamestown's 1st Street. On the left side, B&O Drugs, a jewelry store, an appliance store, White Drugs, a shoe store, service station, and other businesses are visibl…

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  • Gathering in town square, Kenmare, N.D.

    Gross, E. H. (Edward Henry), 1879-1971

    People, horses, and vehicles gather around a stage in the Kenmare town square. American flags fly from the stage, but it is not known what the occasion is. Some horses and buggies are parked around th…

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  • NDSU Homecoming Float in Fargo, N.D., 1964

    A float in the homecoming parade of North Dakota State University. The parade was on Broadway in Fargo, North Dakota. The front of the float reads ‘NDAC 1890.’ People are gathered on the side of the s…

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  • Panorama of Main Street in Bowman, ND, 1918

    Panorama of Main Street in Bowman, North Dakota, on July 26, 1918. A large group of men, women, and children gather for the photograph. A band holding musical instruments, such as trombones, tubas, dr…

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  • Fifth Avenue looking north, Jamestown, N.D.

    A view of Fifth Avenue in Jamestown. Cars and horses and carts share the street, and a small group of people stand on the street corner near a street light. The John B. Fried Co. is visible at the lef…

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  • Mrs. Thompson with flag on Main Street, probably Fairmount, N.D.

    A woman identified only as Mrs. Thompson touches a large flag strung across Main Street in Fairmount, N.D. A smaller American flag hangs next to it. Businesses on Main Street are partially visible in…

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  • R.O. Logan in his hardware store, Sanish, N.D.

    R.O. Logan stands in the back of his hardware store in Sanish, N.D. Several foldaway bed frames, buckets, and boxes of Junior velocipedes parts are visible.

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  • Business district along Main Avenue west from 4th Street

    Business establishments along north side of street and proceeding west include French & Welch Hardware Company, City Cafe, and Red Owl Stores. The Union Block was built in 1882 and is located on the n…

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  • Main Street, Antler, N.D.

    Morris, Charles E

    A view of storefronts on Main Street in Antler, N.D. Visible are the First National Bank, a hardware store, drug store, general merchandise store, Karlen's Photograph Studio, and a jewelry store.

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  • Grace French at French and Welch Hardware Store, Bismarck, N.D.

    Grace French and another woman stand behind the counter at the French and Welch Hardware Store on Main Avenue in Bismarck. Several men cluster in the aisle near the back of the store.

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  • E.L. Faunce Store, Bismarck, N.D.

    Two men stand outside the E.L. Faunce store, and a third man sits in a wagon. A painted sign on the side of the building advertises Faunce's wares, including paints, oils, sash, doors, screens, stoves…

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  • Bullet hole in window, Rovig-Skjod Hardware Company, Mandan, N.D.

    Hendrickson, Nancy

    A bullet hole mars the window display of the Rovig-Skjod Hardware Company in Mandan. Stoves are displayed inside the shop. The reflection of the photographer is visible in the window.

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  • Main Street, Van Hook, N.D.

    Horses and carts are parked in front of several businesses on Van Hook's Main Street. From left are the Erickson-Hellekson Lumber Co., Ulrich Hardware Co., the First State Bank, the American State Ban…

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  • Firemen fighting New Year's Day fire of 1942

    McKay, R. H. (Rollin H.)

    Missoula firemen fighting the New Year's Day fire of 1942 as it burned the building above Yandt's Men's Wear Store on the corner of Pine and Higgins. Two sets of firemen hold fire hoses spraying water…

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  • Joseph Hare Hardware

    Exterior view of business.

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  • Businesses on north side of the 300 block of Main Avenue

    Establishments from left to right include Italian Village Pizza Palace, FMR Electric Service, Coast to Coast Hardware Store, Sports Page Tavern, and Barker's Smart Apparel.

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  • John D. Gruber Company and rakes, Hansboro, N.D.

    A row of Deering rakes sit outside the John D. Gruber Company hardware store in Hansboro. The Hansboro State Bank, Van Order and Sandy General Merchandise, a restaurant, and pool room are also visible…

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  • Edwin and Nils Hedahl inside Hedahl Hardware Store, Mercer, N.D.

    Edwin Hedahl (at right), stands with his father Nils inside the Hedahl family hardware store in Mercer, N.D. Many items for sale are displayed on shelves and in display cases. Coffee pots and lamps ar…

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