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Manuscripts by Subject - Family / Local History - #10958 - Box 22C

Box 22C (images 1 to 13 are scanned and online)

1 Wrestling tournament, Williston Coyotes vs. Grenora Gophers, Williston, N.D.
2 Wrestling tournament, Williston, N.D.
3 & 4 Grenora Gophers cheerleaders portrait
5 Wrestling tournament, Williston Coyotes vs. Minot Bishop Ryan, Williston, N.D.
6 Williston Coyotes cheerleaders portrait
7 Williston Swim Team, Williston, N.D.
8 Williston Coyotes basketball team portrait
9 & 10 Grain Bins, Williston, N.D.
11 Automobile racing, Williston, N.D.
12 Wildrose Roses versus Ray Jays basketball game, Williston, N.D.
13 Construction of the Plainsman Hotel, looking west on Main and 4th Street E, Williston, N.D.
14 to 16 Baseball game, hitting action shots
17 Man riding a dirt bike, # 33
18 & 19 Team portraits of boys’ basketball
20 Football team portrait wearing uniforms
21 Five female cheerleaders with a Y on their shirts
22 Eleven Williston Coyotes pom pom girls in the shape of a W
23 Group portrait of five women and a man wearing fake Native American clothing
24 & 25 Graduation ceremony and speaker
26 to 44 Unidentified portraits of people and couples
45 Children looking at something a man holds
46 Unidentified men wearing military uniforms in a train passenger car
47 to 50 People at meetings, possibly Williston Chamber of Commerce
51 Group portrait of men wearing suits
52 Two men holding up a Lions International sign by a podium
53 Five women and a girl wearing dresses playing Bingo around a table
54 Large gathering of people sitting at tables in a gymnasium
55 Two large lines of people outside waiting to get food from the food tables
56 Woman serving coffee to an elderly couple at a lunch table
57 Man painting a picture of a deer
58 Man holding up Norman Rockwell’s Spirit of Scouting limited edition coins
59 Man working at a counter inside a shop, possibly an auto service station
60 Two men standing next to a car at Mont. Dak. Dist. Co. Dodge – Plymouth Cars
61 & 62 Men showing cattle
63 Group of men and women with eight deer after hunting
64 to 78 Unidentified group portraits
79 Flag guard of men wearing military uniforms marching down the street outside Schlig Pastime Bar
80 & 81 People in costumes outside the ND State Employment Service building
82 young man wearing a straw hat with a painted on beard
83 to 85 Marching bands playing outside in a parade, Williston, N.D.
86 & 87 Band playing in a gymnasium under a director
88 & 89 Choirs singing with a piano off to the side
90 & 91 People performing on stage, probably singing and dancing
92 to 95 Home appliances for ads including a coffee pot, cooker / fryer, beater, and scale
96 Interior store display for cowboy hats, belts and cowboy boots
97 Store display case full of jewelry and items with polished stones and metal
98 Grain Bins, Williston, N.D.
99 Sign for “Sold” by Owan Realty Inc. Future Home of a Modern Automatic Car Wash by Gulf Oil Co. with homes in the background, and snow on the ground
100 Exterior of a building with signs for We Rent Most Everything and For Rent
101 Railroad Right of Way, Stop, and Do Not Enter signs
102 & 103 Trucks and dump trucks in a parking lot by a grain elevator
104 Building that says “Revival Center,”
105 Miller High Life sign with a damaged automobile
106 Sign that says “Stop you must register with Pro Before Playing for paid up members & out of town guests only – Thank You”
107 “Kampers – Trailers Welcome” sign with farmhouse and barn in background
108 Machine, possibly for the hospital ?
109 Interior of a store selling pianos and Conn Organs
110 Oil well with derrick, W of gas plant, 5 mi SW Watford
111 Exterior of the Farmers Union Oil Co. Gas service station

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