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Unknown Building

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A picture of a single-story house with a wooden fence that has an opened gate and with a house number 18. To the right of the door are two windows. To the right and behind the house is a painted advertisement for a Big 4 Ring and Animal Circus. Part…

R. C. A. - Bogners - Mr. Curry

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Exterior photo of Bogners show window display for R.C.A. Victor week.

First National Bank

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Photos of an ice cream social at First National Bank.

Family photo and Model T Truck

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Portrait of family photo, with a Model T Truck, 1923. In the background is a Standard Oil Co. Station. Unidentified.

C. H. Farrand

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Photo of an old truck in front of The Farrand Store, with people on and around the truck. The Farrand Store sold Furniture and Groceries. It is listed in the 1910 and 1912 Keiter Directories as a Secondhand Furniture Store run by Cyrus H. Farrand at…

Wool Wagons on Villard

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A photo of Wool Wagons, looking east along Villard St. The buildings on the north side of Villard St, are the Dickinson Press, the St. Charles Hotel, and the Opera House. Unidentified. Exact date unknown.

Lehigh Briqueting Plant - plant exterior, Villard St., unknown building

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Photo of the Villard St, looking West, from the Railroad Depot. Unidentified. A positive image.

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George Drenkel's Hardware Store and Saddle Shop

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Interior of George Drenkel's Hardware and Farm Implement Store with a young girl popping out of a large can. Most likely one of Mr. Drenkel’s daughters. He had at least three daughters and one son. His business was located on Barnes (1st Avenue West)…

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Palace Billiards

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Photo of the soda fountain and cigar sales area, inside Palace Billiards. Two cigarette ads read: Old Gold, They Gave a New Thrill and Chesterfield, True Individuality can not be copied, and Such popularity must be deserved. Above the clock on the…

Palace Billiards

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Photo of the soda fountain and cigar sales area, inside Palace Billiards. The words Palace Billiards can be seen in the mirror behind the bar. Two cigarette ads read: Old Gold, They Gave a New Thrill and Chesterfield, True Individuality can not be…

Dickinson, N. D. Post Office

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Photo of the Dickinson, N. D. Post Office, at 15 East 1st (First) Street. 2 women can be seen crossing the street to the J. C. Penney Co., store, across from the Post Office

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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, N. D. Aerial view of Villard, looking west

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An aerial view of Dickinson, N. D., railroad, Villard St., and the main business part of the city. At the bottom right is the Dickinson Grocery store. On the right side of Villard St., is a sign that reads Auto Boy Work, Studebaker, Packard, Sales…

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Dickinson, N. D. Villard St. Photo

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Photo taken looking east on Villard St. On the right is the railroad depot. On the left is a bakery, the Red Owl store, the Strand Theater, the Villard Hotel and Cafe.

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Dickinson, N. D. Post Office

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Photo of the Dickinson, N. D. Post Office, at 15 East 1st (First) Street. The sign on the far right of the photo reads J. C. Penney Co. store.

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Dickinson, N. D. Sims St. Photo

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Photo taken looking North on Sims street. On the right side signs for Lunch (cafe), Western Union, and the Rialto Theater can be seen. On the left is the Walton block building, a sign for a Billiards Hall can be partially seen, Cafe, signs for…

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Dickinson, N. D. Villard St. Photo

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Photo taken looking east on Villard St. On the right is the railroad depot. On the left is a bakery, the Red Owl store, the Strand Theater, the Villard Hotel and Cafe.

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Dickinson, N. D. City Hall and Fire Department building

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Photo of the Dickinson, N. D. City Hall and Fire Department building. Located at 2nd (Second) Ave West. A 2 story brick building.

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Dickinson, N. D. N.P. Depot

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Photo of the N. P. (Northern Pacific) railroad depot. Railroad push carts can be seen.

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Dickinson, N. D. Villard St. Photo

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Photo taken looking west on Villard St. On the right is a Red Crown service station, selling gasoline and Atlas tires. Next is the Montana-Dakota Power Co., with a sign that reads Natural Gas, No Dust, No Dirt. Next is the St. Charles Hotel,…

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