• 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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  • Charles Hall, Mrs. Crow's Heart, Frances Densmore, and Crow's Heart in a wagon

    Charles Hall, Mrs. Crow's Heart, Frances Densmore, and Crow's Heart sit in a wagon being pulled by two horses. A dog is visible next to the wagon. Another dog sits under the wagon.

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  • Small child on horseback.

    Fred E. Miller

    Stamped Carp's Photo, Billings. Fred E. Miller (1868-1936) was an American photographer, who worked at Crow Agency - See Fred E. Miller: Photographer of the Crows, assembled by Nancy Fields o'Conner.

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  • Bismarck Fire Company No. 1, Bismarck, N.D.

    Fire engines and members of fire company number 1 stand outside the fire company building. John Boyle Groceries is visible next door. The structure in the back of the building holds the fire alarm bel…

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  • Parade, downtown Hettinger, N.D.

    Odou, William Desere, 1889-1983

    A man and a dog ride on the hood of a decorated car representing the Golden Rule store in a parade in Hettinger. The Strand Theatre is partially visible in the background.

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  • Grazing sheep

    Unknown

    Slayton wools. Band of sheep, herder and dog. Shadow of photographer in foreground. Dalon Fowler Slayton was born in 1857 in Virginia and came to Montana in 1880 on the steamer the Far West - See Pion…

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  • Crow children with large dog in front of tipi.

    Fred E. Miller

    Stamped Carp's Photo, Billings. Fred E. Miller (1868-1936) was an American photographer, who worked at Crow Agency - See Fred E. Miller: Photographer of the Crows, assembled by Nancy Fields o'Conner.

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  • Chippewa Indian family with Red River oxcart

    A Chippewa Indian family pauses in a field with a Red River oxcart full of their possessions. A man stands with two dogs in the field, while a woman and children sit in the cart. A barn and other buil…

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  • Kid pet parade, Sanish, N.D.

    A boy on horseback leads children in costume down a Sanish street. Some of the children ride bicycles, and some walk dogs.

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  • Medora, Marquise de Mores with Louis and Athenais, Medora, N.D.

    Medora, the Marquise de Mores stands wearing a dark dress in front of the Chateau de Mores, while her son Louis sits on horseback. Her daughter Athenais wears a short dress and hat and stands in front…

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  • Signa Hermanson Larsen and Olga Christensen with cook car, Burke County, N.D.

    Signa Hermanson Larsen, Olga Christensen and an unidentified man stand with a cook car hitched to a team of horses in Burke County. A dog also stands near the cook car.

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  • Old fire horse and dog

    Old fire horse in front of Saint Francis Xavier Church. A small dog is standing on its hind legs under the horse. Missoula, Montana. Houses can be seen near the church.

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  • Grand arch at County Fair, LaMoure, N.D.

    Men stand near the Grand Arch on the site of the LaMoure County Fair in LaMoure, N.D. The arch is covered with grains and crops grown in the county. A man wearing a star shaped badge holds flowers in…

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  • Bill Chaloner at Betty's Point Badlands formation above Roosevelt Bridge south of Watford City, N.D.

    Reid, Russell, 1900-1967

    Bill Chaloner sits with a horse, mule, and dog at the Betty's Point formation in the North Dakota Badlands south of Watford City. A large camera appears to be strapped to the back of the mule.

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  • Swen Fors and Clarence Anreson plowing, Griggs County, N.D.

    Swen Fors and Clarence Anreson each drive a team of horses plowing land in Griggs County. A dog stands near one of the men.

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  • Old cowpuncher at Murphy's Corner

    Healy, Stan, 1918-1996

    Old cowpuncher at Murphy's Corner. Missoula, Montana. A man, holding a Highlander Beer, stands by a parking meter with his horse.

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  • George Armstrong Custer in entrance of tent, Fort Dodge, Kansas

    George Custer stands in the entrance of a tent holding a rifle. Three dogs are tied outside the tent, and a pelican sits in the grass next to a flagpole. Other tents and horses are visible in the back…

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  • McIntosh County farmstead

    A wide view of a farmyard including several people and animals. Three people stand on or by a thresher with a belt leading to the engine across the yard where 3 other people pose. A group of 5 childre…

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

    Men, dogs, and a team of horses stand outside the John D. Gruber Company building in Hansboro. A sign on the front of the building advertises Fairbanks Standard Scales, and signs painted in the window…

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  • Crow Indian Camp with Wagons.

    Fred E. Miller

    Stamped Carp's Photo, Billings. Fred E. Miller (1868-1936) was an American photographer, who worked at Crow Agency - See Fred E. Miller: Photographer of the Crows, assembled by Nancy Fields o'Conner.

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