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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 was built in 1912 and 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.,…

Storm Debris

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Photo of the damaged roof which was torn off from the Elks Club Building after a storm in 1922. Downed tree limbs and leaves litter the street. 2 clapboard 2 story homes, with porches, are on the left side of the photo. On the right side are 2…

City Cleaners

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City Cleaners, Thomas Miklautsch & Son Vincent, Sims St. & 1st St. West. A photo of the outside of City Cleaners, a tailoring and dry cleaning business within Dickinson, North Dakota. The sign on the side of the building reads City Cleaners and Fine…

Soldiers on First Street West

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A group of soldiers in two rows on a street. They are standing to the west of the Elks building, seen on the far right, on First Street West near the corner of Second Avenue West. Various wooden homes can be seen behind them as well as part of the…

S & L Store

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The exterior of the front of the S & L Company store.

American Legion

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A negative of a city street. There are cars parked down the street on both sides. There are buildings on both sides of the street. There are lots of trees and there is some snow on the ground.

American Legion

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A negative of a city street. There are cars parked down the street on both sides. There are buildings on both sides of the street. There are lots of trees and there is some snow on the ground. There is a man and a little girl is holding his hand.

American Legion

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A negative of a city street. There are cars parked down the street on both sides. There are buildings on both sides of the street. There are lots of trees and there is some snow on the ground. There are people on the street.
Signs for businesses on…

American Legion

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A negative of a city street. There are cars parked down the street on both sides. There are buildings on both sides of the street. There are lots of trees and there is some snow on the ground. There are people on the street.

Signs for businesses…

Dickinson Press, 1905, M.L. Ayers

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The Dickinson Press building. The building is 2 stories tall and is made of bricks. The words The Press and the date 1905 are on top of the building. The word Press appears above the front door. In a front widow are photographs and a poster with…

A Frosty Morning -First Street West

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Winter view of First Street West, looking north from the corner of First Street West and First Avenue West. On the right is a two story brick building that is the Merchants National Bank. On the street, next to the bank building, is pile of what…

Winter Day

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Winter view of Sims Street, looking north from the corner of First Street and Sims. On the left is a two-story house that was the home of Dr. V. H. Stickney, which is partially obstructed from view by trees. There is a fence around the yard. On the…

Dickinson, N. D. First Street West photo

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Photo of 1st (First) Street West, looking west. Taken from Sims St intersection. On the right side is the City Cleaners. City Cleaners was located at 14 1st Street West. On the left is the Vranna Block building with Vranna (Tires?) Laudie Vranna and…

Dickinson, N. D. First Street West

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Photo of 1st (First) Street West, looking east. On the right side are signs that read, Vranna Tailor Shop, Shoe Hospital, M. A. Scherfflus Jeweler, with a watch attached to the sign, Vranna Tire Laudie Vranna, and J. C. Penney Co. Photo was…

Dickinson State Normal School

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Copy negative of a photo of the exterior of the Elks building in downtown Dickinson when it was home to the Dickinson Normal School and the F.L. Roquette Department Store.

Dickinson State Normal School

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Copy negative of a photo of the exterior of the Elks building in downtown Dickinson when it was home to the Dickinson Normal School and the F.L. Roquette Department Store.

Dickinson State Normal School

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Copy negative of a photo of the exterior of the Elks building in downtown Dickinson when it was home to the Dickinson Normal School and the F.L. Roquette Department Store.

Dickinson State Normal School

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Copy negative of a photo of the exterior of the Elks building in downtown Dickinson when it was home to the Dickinson Normal School and the F.L. Roquette Department Store.

Dickinson State Normal School

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Exterior of the Elks building in downtown Dickinson when it was home to the Dickinson Normal School and the F.L. Roquette Department Store.

Dickinson State Normal School

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Close-up of the exterior of the Elks building in downtown Dickinson when it was home to the Dickinson Normal School and the F.L. Roquette Department Store.