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An aerial view into downtown Dickinson. On the far left side is the railroad roundhouse, used to turn steam engines around, railroad tracks, then some warehouse buildings, the railroad depot, and grain elevators. Villard St. is the street in front…

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A view of the railroad roundhouse. This is where steam engines would be turn around to go in the opposite direction. The roundhouse also served as a repair depot. To the right of he building are railroad tracks and railroad cars. Most of the…

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An aerial view into downtown Dickinson, including some warehouse buildings, a bit of railroad tracks, and businesses located on Villard St. Names on businesses/buildings/awnings, read from left to right, the Klondike Restaurant, Restaurant, Hours,…

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A view of the railroad roundhouse. This is where steam engines would be turn around to go in the opposite direction. The roundhouse also served as a repair depot. Railroad tracks can be seen leading into it. To the right of he building are more…

http://www.dickinsonmuseumcenter.com/Osborn_Copy_Negatives_previews/Aerial_view_of_Dickinson_around_1914-002.jpg
An aerial view of Dickinson facing westward which includes some railroad tracks and the western part of downtown Dickinson. Names of businesses on Villard St., are from left to right, J.C. Cartwright Co., Gen'l Merchandise, the Klondike Restaurant,…

http://www.dickinsonmuseumcenter.com/Osborn_Copy_Negatives_previews/Aerial_view_of_Dickinson_around_1914-001.jpg
An aerial view into downtown Dickinson, including some warehouse buildings, a bit of railroad tracks, and businesses located on Villard St. Names on businesses/buildings/awnings, read from left to right, the Klondike Restaurant, Restaurant, Hours,…

http://www.dickinsonmuseumcenter.com/Osborn_Copy_Negatives_previews/0320-002.jpg
Photo showing 2 men in a buggy, pulled by 2 horses, crossing the Little Missouri River near Medora. The hills in the background are in the Badlands of western North Dakota. Unidentified. Exact date unknown.

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Photo showing 2 men in a buggy, pulled by 2 horses, crossing the Little Missouri River near Medora. The hills in the background are in the Badlands of western North Dakota. Unidentified. Exact date unknown.

http://www.dickinsonmuseumcenter.com/2010-018/2010-018-196.jpg
Wheat sacks in wagons on Villard Street from McKenzie Feed Store to the west. Written in the lower right corner is, "14." Written on the back in the upper left is, "ALBUM #12 / SCRIPT 87" and in the upper right, "(67) / NO NEG #157."

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Wagons waiting to unload dollar wheat at the Lyon Elevator, 2nd Ave. West and Villard Street. A sign on a building reads Lumber, All Kinds of Building Material, Machinery, and Wagons. Other words cannot be read on that building. Written along the…