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Villard St 1914 from Roundhouse, East

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A photo of East Dickinson, N. D., north and east of the Railroad Depot. The Railroad Depot is in the bottom center of the photo. In the bottom of the photo are a railroad box car, snow plow, and a railroad passenger car. The words Northern Pacific…

Villard St 1914 from Roundhouse, East Panorama

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A panorama of Dickinson, N. D., looking north and east of the Railroad Depot. The Railroad Depot is in the bottom center of the photo. In the bottom of the photo are a railroad box car, snow plow, and a railroad passenger car. The words Northern…

Aerial view of Dickinson around 1914.

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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…

Aerial view of Dickinson around 1914.

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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…

Aerial view of Dickinson around 1914.

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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,…

Aerial view of Dickinson around 1914.

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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…

Aerial view of Dickinson around 1914.

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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,…

Aerial view of Dickinson around 1914.

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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,…

Round House, Villard St

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Photo of the Railroad cars, a Caboose, a railroad water tank for steam engine, East Villard St, and Northeast Dickinson, in 1914. Exact date unknown.

Round House, Villard St

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Photo of the Railroad cars, Cabooses, a steam engine with coal car, West Villard St, Hughes and Deiters Electrical Light Plant, and Northwest Dickinson, in 1914. Exact date unknown.

Round House, Villard St

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Photo of the Railroad Depot, East Villard St, and Northeast Dickinson, in 1914. The east side of the N.P. railroad depot and across the street, on the far right side, is the St. Charles Hotel. Simms is the street north of the railroad depot. …

Round House, Villard St

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Photo of the Railroad Depot, East Villard St, and Northeast Dickinson, in 1914. The east side of the N.P. railroad depot and across the street, on the far right side, is the St. Charles Hotel. Words on the bottom of the photo read Dickinson,…

Round House, Villard St

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Photo of the Railroad Depot, West Villard St, and Northwest Dickinson, in 1914. Words on a railroad car read Pianos and Player Pianos. Words on the bottom of the photo read Bird's Eye View Dickinson, Copyright 1914, Doubledry and Myers, all rights…

Round House, Villard St

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Photo of the railroad Round House, and East Dickinson, N. D. in 1914. Exact date unknown.

Round House, Villard St

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Photo of the railroad Round House, and East Dickinson, N. D. in 1914. Exact date unknown.

Round House, Villard St

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Photo of the railroad Round House, and East Dickinson, N. D. in 1914. Exact date unknown.

Unloading Wheat at the Russell-Miller Milling Company Elevator

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A line of wagons unloading wheat at the Russell-Miller Milling Co. elevator. Words on the front of the elevator read Russell-Miller Milling Co., Occident Flour. In front of the elevator are railroad grain cars waiting to be filled. Behind the…

Dickinson, 1914

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Dickinson from graveyard hill, 1914. A picture of Dickinson, North Dakota, taken from a field outside of the city. A barbed wire fence separates a field and the City of Dickinson. Words written on a building, on the left side, read Walton & Davis…

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Historic Elks Building

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Photo of the Elks Club Building at 103 1st Ave W., in Dickinson, N. D. The building is made of brick and is 3 stories tall. An Elks flag is on top of the building. A sign on the front of the building reads F. L. Roquette Co., Department Store. …