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Dickinson 50th Anniversary Parade

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A picture of a parade for the 50th Anniversary of the city of Dickinson down Villard Street. In the front are some Native American men in traditional dress, including headdresses. A large crowd lines the street on both sides. Signs on buildings,…

Dickinson 50th Anniversary Parade

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A picture of a parade for the 50th Anniversary of the city of Dickinson down Villard Street. Some people riding horses are shown, in addition to a group of people riding in a carriage and some miniature horses being led along the route. A large crowd…

Fred Turner Blacksmith Shop

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Fred Turner's blacksmith shop on the corner of 1st Ave. East and 1st St. East looking to the northeast. On the front of the photo is, "Missouri Slope Establishment / Blacksmithing and Heavy Hardware / Dickinson N Dak" and "FW TURNER / Proprietor".…

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…

St. Joseph Church Parade

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St. Joseph Church parishioners parade down Villard Street for the cornerstone laying ceremony, 1902. Seen from right to left is the Villard House. A banner on the Villard House says, "THE NEW / COMEDY / DRAMA / PENNSYLVANIA." Next is a one story…

Red Owl Store Front

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The store front of the Red Owl store on Villard. Written in the lower right is, "246." Written on the back on the left is, "#246 ALBUM / 154 SCRIPT / -198- / #94." Written on the right is, "-198- / #74B."

This building burned down in January 1949…

Buttrey's

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A picture of the storefront of the new Buttrey's storefront at 24 Sims Street in Dickinson, North Dakota. The glass display windows extends into the building. The letter B is located on top of some display windows. Inside the windows are seen…

Villard Street, 1888

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Panoramic view of Villard Street in 1888 looking north from the Northern Pacific rail yards. The first depot is in the center of the photo. Some cabooses are connected to each other for the Northern Pacific Railroad. The cabooses are arranged in…

Villard Street, Dickinson

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Villard Street looking west. Most visible in the photo are the buildings on the first block of East Villard: the opera house, St. Charles Hotel, Kihm Hotel and pool hall, restaurant and clothing store in the Berry Building, Dakota National Bank and…

Villard Street, Dickinson

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Villard Street looking west from about 1st Ave. East. Included in the image is Aberson Electric Co., Bismarck Grocery Co., Montana-Dakota Power Co., the St. Charles Hotel and depot. Written as part of the image across the middle is, "Villard Street,…

1st Ave. West (Barnes St.), Dickinson

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Photo of 1st Ave. West, originally Barnes St, with the 1st National Bank on the left side of the Photo. A sign on the left side of the street reads Ideal, and on an awning the words candies and Hopkins. The next sign reads Post Office and on an…

Villard Street, Dickinson

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Villard Street looking west from the St. Charles Hotel.
A picture looking down Villard Street in Dickinson, North Dakota, facing West. Snow covers the street. and parts of buildings. Only the buildings on the right side of the street are visible. …

Villard Street, Dickinson

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Villard Street looking east from 2nd Ave. West. On the left is DeFoes Garage, Dickinson Clinic, First National Bank. On the corner of 1st Ave. West is a Bakery, then the Red Owl Grocery, Strand Theater, Quinlan's Cafe, and Villard Hotel. The rest of…

Sims Street, Dickinson

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Sims Street, 1905, looking north from Villard Street. On the left is Senour & Langley Hardware Store, L.A. Davis Undertaker, Frankenberg Furniture Store, Mrs. Mary Murn's Millinery, and a Bowling Alley and Billiard Hall in the last building. On the…

Villard Street, Dickinson

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A picture down Villard Street looking east, which captures the left side of the street. Some of the buildings shown include M. T. Zimmerman, Saddles and Harness, with a horse hitching rail out front. Next is the St. Paul Hotel. The Masonic Hall…

Villard Street, Dickinson

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Villard Street looking west from Sims Street. Buildings in the photo include Service Drug, F.W. Woolworth store, a drug store (Greene Drug ?), Quinlan's Cafe, Villard Hotel, Strand Theater, and the Jessen building, containing Red Owl Grocery and a…

2nd Ave. West (Hannaford St.), Dickinson

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2nd Ave. West (originally Hannaford St.). On the left is the Mike McGinley residence, Osborn Studio, fire hall, and the Pat McGinley residence. On the right is the Drenkel residence, Recorder Post, and the Mike McGinley residence [? taken from…

2nd Ave. West (Hannaford St.), Dickinson

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2nd Ave. West (originally Hannaford St.). On the left is the Mike McGinley residence, Osborn Studio, fire hall, and the Pat McGinley residence. On the right is the Drenkel residence, Recorder Post, and the Mike McGinley residence [? taken from…

Villard Street, Dickinson

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Villard Street looking west from the St. Charles Hotel. Included in the photo on E. Villard are: the United States Employment Service and Stark County Veterans Service Office, St. Charles Hotel and Cafe, Bineks (in the Kihm building), The Dickinson…

Queen City Electric

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Exterior of the Queen City Electric Motor Repairing and Rewinding building. A sign on the building also says Residential & Commercial Wiring, Roy Dowell and Lewis Kostelecky.