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Box 32A

1 A & H Motor Wheel Balancing system, 5/8/1947
2 A & H Motor Body Shop, also personnel, 3/13/1947
3 A & H Motor, Mack Trunk with grain box
4 Mack truck sold to Al Livdayl by A & H Motor
5 Mack trucks sold to Earl Merritt by A & H Motors, 3/4/1948
6 Mack Garbage truck sold to city by A & H Motor, 2/5/1948
7 Mack truck of Voh's Company, sold to them by the A & H Motor, 1/15/1948
8 Mack fire truck sold to Sidney, Montana, by A & H Motor, 12/25/1947
9 Mack truck sold to Farmer's Union Creamery by A & H Motorm, 10/3/1947
10 A & W Root beer Drive-in
11 Williston Filling Station (10/56), Al's Friendly Service, where Vantines is now (1981), Al Jundt, 1956, 1981
12 Businesses: Barbe q Drive In, late 1950s
13 Basin Tire Service, where Laundromat is, M Ind Avenue West next to M. Auto Parts
14 American State Bank, construction vault door
15 Anderson Welding
16 Artist's studio
17 Dollars behind bar at Atl Club, Bud Corbett
18 J. Auten tire tracks on highways, west Williston, 5/4/1957
19 B & B Drug, Clarence Olness
20 Bahner First Business, old Oscar Krohn garage
21 Bahner Supply opening, 5/1/1947
22 Bahner opening, re opening, 5/22/1958
23 Bob Bahner miscellaneous photographs
24 Bahner supply farm truck 8/1957
25 Basin trailer homes 10/1953
26 Beans Red & White Grocery, & Personnel, about 1941 (Print 180-22 crop of 4x5” negative 32A-26-15)
27 Bekk's Texaco Service, 1953
28 Mrs. Ray Bell's Dancing School for children, 10/16/1947
29 Ben Franklin Store
30 Bertie Beauty Shop (Kustler), mid 1950s
31 Bjella Motor, corner of 2nd Street & 1st Ave E., spring 1947
32 Bjella Motor Company, where Tractor Supply is now
33 Black Gold Motel, top of hill North of town 12/1953
34 Bomb shelter Dining Hall below Andy's Bakery, about 1941
35 Donna & Tony Bonovitch at Paint Store
36 Old Borden Building where Conlin's Furniture is now (print 1-22-11 crop of negative 32A-36)
37 Borrud's Bakery
38 Buckingham Transportation Banquet
39 Bungalo Drive In
40 Bungalow Drive In Café
41 Busy Bee
42 Capital Mobile Homes & RV, late 1950s
43 Capital Mobile Homes repossessed trailer, 4/27/1955
44 Carter Oil Station, also Lee's Tire
45 C & B Body Shop, Bryers welding
46 Gordon Cherry Dump truck
47 Kermit Christianson Bar, 3/29/1957
48 Kermit Christianson portable bar, 3/8/1957
49 City Laundry & Dry Cleaner truck
50 Club News, also Liberty Shoe Shop & Beauty Nook
51 Club Missouri with new front
52 Cooks at club, Mo with new steak cooking machine, late 1950s
53 Coast to Coast store (when new on Broadway)
54 Coca Cola & 7-Up Employees get awards, late 1950s
55 Coca Cola Bottling Company Employees receive awards from Ed Cote
56 Cole Service, East of City on Broadway, 1950-1959
57 Conlin Furniture Company & J. Conlin & Clem
58 Conlin Furniture new building Broadway & 1st Avenue East
59 Conlin Rug Show
60 Conlin Furniture Truckload, 1/1953
61 Conoco station
62 Courtesy Cab, 10/1953 (print 1-22-13 crop of negative 32A-62-7)
63 C & R Tire Service
64 Crews, Klein Lumber Company
65 Crighton Employees Party
66 Crighton Distributors delivers new Dodges to Highway Patrol, late 1950s
67 Crightons delivers cars to North Dakota Highway Patrol
68 Crighton Motor delivers new Dodge station wagon
69 Crighton sign
70 Crighton Sporting Goods in old Grogan Robinson Library Building, receive truckload boats
71 Crighton Cars & Combines, 8/1957
72 Crighton used cars, 9/19/1957
73 Crighton Motor used Trucks & Cars, 4/1/1959
74 Crighton Used Cars (3/14) also (3/28) includes used farm machinery also (4/18) also (5/30), 1957
75 Crighton Motor, new wrecker
76 Crighton Motor Company & employees, also Ed Wagle, Ewnory run to plant, ca. 1941 (Negative 32A-76-2 matches negative 77-7-1)
77 Curtis Heating Company, where Montana-Dakota Utilities Company is now
78 Dairy Queen
79 Dari Delight
80 Dakota Hide & Fur
81 Dakota Transfer, trucks in front of building Broadway & 3rd Avenue East, 5/15/1947
82 Dakota Transfer building, 1953
83 A.B. Degree Jeweler, Ugly Picture
84 Derrick Motel & Bar, Glendive, 8/19/1954
85 Dick's Conoco Service, 1953
86 Dick's Garage also Highway Lunch, Sinclair, West 2nd Street
87 Ditsworth Bowling Alley, 6/1957
88 Ditsworth Bowling Center, 12/1956
89 Ditsworth Bowling Alley Café, Ditts & Rup Personnel
90 Don's Bus Line, Don Skrede
91 Ditsworth charcoal grill, 5/1957
92 Everson Cadillac Cars, 10/1956
93 Everson Ambulance, 6/1953 (print 77-21-63 crop from negative 32A-93-3)
94 Elevator, Farmers City Farmer's Union & GTA all same picture, about 1953
95 Electric & Magneto, before addition
96 Night shot of Eklund Brothers in Watford (12/8/), Day shot (12/10), 1961
97 East Broadway Café
98 Eklund Brothers in Watford, 1960s
99 Leo Erickson's Drive In Liquor Store
100 El Rancho, about 1950
101 El Rancho Motel, Emil & '03 Olds, 9/1959
102 El Rancho Motel, 1953
103 Corky's at the El Rancho, 4/18/1957
104 Folstad's new Lumber yard air views also Bob & 2nd, 4/29/1957
105 Farmers Union Grain Terminal Elevator (F.U.G.T.A.) Elevator located just west of Nash Finch, burned in 1954
106 406 Service Larson Impl. & Motor, across from Elks Lodge
107 Farmers Elevator, 9/25/1955
108 Farmers Elevator Williston, New workhorse, 8/1955
109 Farmers & City Elevator with steam rising in back
110 Farm machinery
111 Farm tractor show in new armory
112 Filberts
113 First International Bank, Watford City, 12/10/1961
114 Geoffrey's personnel, 4/1958
115 Geoffreys new building, 2/1958
116 Geoffreys, night shot, 1958
117 Gamble store, Manager Dutch Klimpel seated & personnel
118 Gamble Farm Store opening, 12/19/1946
119 Gamble store, about 1940
120 Gambles
121 Mickey Gardner (Gardner Electric) gets carload of General Electric Televisions
122 Gardner Electric also Kozy Café
123 Gardner Electric wiring new Amerada Building, 1/1953
124 Gibb Plumbing, spring 1953
125 Gibb Plumbing, 8/1955
126 Gordon's Taxi, 12/1946
127 Great Northern Railroad, Industrial site east of Williston, ground shots, 9/24/1954
128 Great Plains Supply, 1st Avenue East & 1st
129 Greengards, spring 1953
130 Lloyd Gubrud, Gubrud Impl.
131 Groyder Robinson Lumber from roof of court house
132 Hedderich's Department Store, inside views, about 1950
133 Hedderich's Old time copy negatives, horse delivery, clerks in grocery department, store outside one-story building, drawing of store outside one-story building (Print 10-52-5 crop of 4x5” negative 32A-133-3 and print 212-8-5)
134 Hedderich Employees, Bill Sukatz, about 1941
135 GM Hedderich Employees, 1941-1944
136 GM Hedderich women in advertisement for women's fashions, about 1941-1944
137 GM Hedderich Mrs. Paul Gobsleman top salesperson, about 1946
138 GM Hedderich fashion, 1945-1946
139 GM Hedderich, who is who, about 1941-1942
140 Hedderich's, Norwegian woman visits, 4/15/1948
141 H & H Shoes, 9/14/1957
142 Hagens Harem float, late 1950s
143 H & H Shoes, Wally Hagen & employees
144 Hagen Brothers Company receives award from Nash Mtr. Fred Hagen recipient, 4/22/1948
145 Photographs of Hagan Brothers Showroom & shop, also exterior
146 Hagen Brothers Implement Case, Rambler
147 Mr. & Mrs. Hinsverk at West Bonetraill Store (6/56), Reports 2/19/86 (Print 16-54-1 crop of negative 32A-147-1)
148 Hanson Furniture, the outlet, 4/1/1954
149 Hanson Furniture, Bunny & Fred
150 Hanson Furniture, 2/1953
151 Hanson Furniture, Television sets & other furniture, 8/9/1957
152 Hapip's Ladies Dress Shop & H&H Shoes when building was two stories high
153 Hardware store interior (could be Curtis')
154 Harmon Park Clinic, 11/2/1954
155 Hamberg Jewelry in Odd Fellows Building, about 1941
156 Helstad Electric, corner of 1st Ave E & 2nd Street
157 Hicks & Aofedtm used Farm Machinery, 3/14/1957
158 Hogans & Newtons (or Nell Thebes) about 1940
159 Howard's Super Serve, Also with Bulk Trucks, also see Larson Motor
160 Hval's Standard Serv, Summer 1953
161 Hval Filling Station, 8/1957
162 Interstate Oil Company
163 Josephs, Jers' House
164 Mrs. Jers, Joseph & Steve, 3/24/
165 Joseph trip drawing & winner, ( 7-21-55 page 8), 7/1955
166 Joseph's, 4/5/1954
167 Joseph's Old Store, view of Main Street, 1941
168 Jacobson construction, 3/28/1957
169 Jacobson construction, 1957
170 Jim's Sto Serve, also spring rain shots, 10/1953
171 Joe's Place, 11/18/1953
172 Joe's Place, 5/1957
173 Jorden Hotel Bar mural, Glendive, 8/18/1954
174 Kalil opening, (Eddie Kalil obit biographical Williston Herald 7/13/1994, p. 2) 1/28/1954
175 Photographer at work, possibly J.E. Pasonault, E. J. Klebe photographer (Negative 32A-175 matches pring 77-10-6)
176 Kozy Café's 10th Anniversary, 9/12/1946
177 KWBM Sports Awards, (L to R Front): Bob Miller, Jim Carson, Charles Scofuls. Standing: Jerry N. Miller, Garvin Stevens, Dave Fre Owen Virgls Wheelock, ca. 1949
178 KGCX
179 KGCX probably (possibly) grand opening of Williston studio, 1/1946
180 KGCX, 3/1946
181 K & K Welding Supply
182 Kassis Café, Fred E. Buzzie, children party & house could be Fred's
183 Kluken Motor & Highway Land west of town
184 Keating's grand opening, 12/12/1962
185 Keating's grand opening (hardware & furniture store?)
186 Keenan Drive In, 8/21/1954
187 Keenan's Drive-In
188 Lake Park Drive-In Theatre, raising screen also when completed
189 Larson MTR 52, certificate of merit, 1952
190 Four-O-Six display at Fall Festival Cars & Machinery, 9/27/1947
191 Larson MTR Cleaner combine, 7/1955
192 Larson/Stang Houses
193 Lorry Implement, 3/28/1957
194 Lee Tire Service, 2/15/1954
195 Lee Tire Service, 11th Street & 2nd Avenue, also west Broadway (Also see Carter Oil)

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