• 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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  • Johnson Jewelry parade float, circa 1965

    Johnson Jewelry float in a parade in Hettinger County, North Dakota. Two adults and two children are on the float, which is a trailer. The float has a large watch on it with ‘Johnson Jewelry’ at the c…

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  • Johnson Jewelry storefront following blizzard of 1966, Mott, North Dakota

    A man stands holding a shovel full of snow in front of a store front that has a sign above the large windows and door reading 'Johnson Jewelry.' The man is wearing a hat and coat and in front of him i…

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  • Main Avenue between 5th Street and 6th Street, Bismarck, N.D.

    Paulson, Norman

    Cars and a motor home are parked along both sides of Main Avenue in Bismarck. Visible businesses include Jensen's Upholstery, Walker's Jewelry, Hobby Shack, and the Patterson Hotel.

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  • Main Street, Mott, North Dakota

    A man stands in front of a jewelry store holding a toddler and a boy stands beside him. A jewelry display is in the large window of the store and several event posters are on the door. The store next…

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  • Fourth of July, Munich, N.D.

    People gather in the streets for the Fourth of July festivities in Munich, N.D. Visible businesses include Miller Bros. Livery, Borgerson's, and Tyrell and Burke Drugs and Jewelry. The Modern Woodmen…

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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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  • Looking east on Main Avenue, Bismarck, N.D.

    Paulson, Norman

    View of storefronts on the left side of the street. The cars are parked on both sides of the street. A few people are walking on the sidewalk on the right. The prominent building on the left is the Pa…

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  • Forester Jeweler and W.W. Clarke Grimstad

    Unknown

    Forester Jeweler with Grimstad & Brown, Lawyers, W.W. Clarke, Montana Silo Company, and Northwestern Mill Construction Company, on the second floor. Charles W. Forester ran a jewelry store. O. King Gr…

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  • Hunkins Jewelry

    Unknown

    Hunkins Jewelry in the Babcock Building on North Broadway. Ensign Lewis Hunkins came from Aspen, Colorado to run the store on North Broadway about 1903. Carl B. Hunkins took over the family business a…

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  • Crowd awaiting the arrival of Crown Princess Martha of Norway to Fargo, N.D., 1939

    A large crowd gathers and awaits the arrival of Crown Princess Martha of Norway to Fargo, North Dakota. The crowd is gathered by the Northern Pacific Railroad tracks. Many men, women, and soldiers can…

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  • Looking west towards Fargo, N.D. from atop Frederic Martin Hotel, Moorhead, Minn.

    A view of the bridge leading into the Fargo from Moorhead. A store sign for Martinson's is at left center. A few cars are parked in the foreground and a few more are on the bridge. Buildings are in th…

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  • Dean and Skeie Jewelers and Doctor Brissenden Physician and Surgeon

    Unknown

    Photograph of Dean and Skeie Jewelers and Doctor Brissenden, Physician and Surgeon in Roundup, Montana. There are several unidentified people and an unidentified dog looking out a second story window.

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  • Looking west on Main Avenue, Bismarck, N.D.

    View of storefronts on right side of street. Cars are parked on both sides. Traffic lights stand at center. The first building on the right is J. C. Penney. The prominent building in the background is…

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  • Demers Avenue with rail trolley, Grand Forks, N.D.

    View of storefronts on both sides of the street. Stores include general, photographer, cafe, clothing, shoe, and jewelry stores. A trolley is visible at center. Cars are parked on the right side of th…

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  • Business district

    Lund Jewelry and KFYR Television located in the 200 block of North 4th Street.

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  • Stoverud Jewelry display window, Missoula

    Healy, Stan, 1918-1996

    North Higgins Avenue, two men looking at a Stoverud's Jewelry display window, Missoula, Montana.

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  • Johnson Jewelry float in a parade, circa 1951

    The parade float appears to be a flatbed truck that id decorated with streamers. A woman and a girl sit on the float. The woman appears to be wearing a wedding dress. A man leans on the truck bed on t…

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  • Jewelry store, Main Street, Regent, North Dakota

    A man wearing a fedora is outside a storefront using a squeegee to clean a large window. A small child wearing shorts, saddle shoes and a long stocking cap holds a short broom up toward the window. Ad…

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  • Blizzard aftermath by the Nesbit's Jewelry Store in Harvey, N.D., 1966

    A large snow pile has a passage shoveled out leading to the door of a brick building with 'Nesbit's' on the side. A man is standing in the shoveled area holding a shovel. Two people are standing on to…

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