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Box 53 Data on envelopes holding negatives, box not processed or archivally numbered
1939 – 1940 series continued

656 Catholic Daughters of America in bomb shelter, about 1942
657 Chamber of Commerce annual meet, about 1940, Farmers Press
658 Emil Christianson, 12th Wedding anniversary about 1942, in bomb shelter, prints and negatives
659 Dancing Classes, mostly girls – children, 1940; Bill Shemorry 11/30/1940
660 Dry Night Club, 1940, Farmers Press
661 Elks Lodge, 1940 – 1942, Famers Press
662 Missouri River Ferry near Williston, several good high angle shots also close-ups
663 Fall Festival – 1940, good neg of queen, pic of ship by rail, processed 10/20/1940
664 Williston Fall Festival 1941 – floats in parade and other action pix
665 Girls Scouts, troop pix and council about 1942
666 “Gudbrandsdalslag convo – 1941” group portrait of men, 3 prints and 2 negatives
667 Grenora, 25th Anniversary, 1941
668 Greater North Dakota Assn. meets in Williston, N.D. about 1942
669 8ths grade graduation, several different schools, 1942
670 Ice Carnival, Irv Severtson, women sewing, about 1942
671 Kindergarten pix, Santa in front, Xmas tree, about 1942; Jack Shemorry in back row 4th from right, also in group of four 3rd from left
672 Lutefisk Dinner in 1940, Farmers Press, Rush pic of Borud
673 Masonic Lodge, Dinner Pix, Farmers Press, printed 12/30/1940
674 Miscellaneous news and features, 1941 - 1942
675 Miscellaneous 1939 – 1942, Bill Shemorry
676 Movies copies, about 1941 - 1942
677 Plays – high school stage 1941
678 Plymouth Automobile Dealers, about 1941 and 1942
679 Poultry show, about 1941 and 1942, Eldon Vedvick
680 Shoppers, 1/4/1941
681 Sports: miscellaneous, basketball, football and baseball about 1941 and 1942, Farmers press
682 Stice Motor and 57 toxic, good pix, personnel, about 1941 and 1942; Earl Aof, Bob Stice, Ole Anderson, Mrs. Roy Bell and more – see page Ad in Farmers Press
683 Twin Lakes Cleanup, 1942
684 Wildlife conv. 1941, Famers Press, Epping Dam and clown band
Newspaper photo files #685-714
685 Swan Peterson, portraits, 1983
686 Williston Herald shop and other personnel
687 Newspaper interior shots, one with Wnotype, probably herald
688 Anne O’Day – Mrs. Lawrence Trowbridge
689 Little Mac at type case – Edgar McKnight
690 Little Mac Birthday Party, 12/1956
691 Plains Reporter Directors and Personnel, also setting up passes
692 Walt Dupaul and Edgar McKnight at Press Graphic 1946
693 Cecil Jaerous publisher of Tioga Tribune, 4-1959 – Mrs. Chaney Weyranch mgr Rahoth
694 Cecil Jaerous publisher of Tioga Tribune, 5/9/1957
695 F.E. Stefonowicz, Wildrose mixer publisher and Handset newspaper
696 Mix FE Stefonowicz pounding bag exhibition
697 Roukiu, Claude at Press Levetype
698 Plains Rreporter personnel, early 1950’s some could be Farmers Press
699 Reporter Employees, 10/14/1961; Ron gloab at Folden, ? Printers Devil, ? Office girl, Clarence Johnson at Mu____, ? Pressman, ? ____ operator Lloyd Jorgenson
700 Newspaper, George Wilson, Mrs. Wilson, print plant office, steamship
701 Graphic, copy of Vol. 1, No. 1
702 Press Graphic float in Fall Festival parade, probably 1949 or 1950
703 Al Grove at Lins. At Lenotype
704 ND Press Convention in Williston, Cal Andrist and…
705 W.J. Hagan, 1/23/1947
706 ND Press Convention in Williston, Mohall Editor, Frank Scycy at Bottineau front
707 Harry Polk next to Leonard Havin?
708 Nordmaken
709 Haaken Stockman
710 Haaken Stockman author of This ‘N That Calvmen (1 negative)
711 Haaken Stockman – portrait, Reporter ____ This ‘N That, about 1960
712 Haaken Stockman oil? 1/1958
713 Shemorry, Williston – loaned to Williston Herald, 5/21/1987
714 Negs from Historical Society, steam engine, gen. Scott at Ft. __, Indians, copies of newspapers; Williston Tribune from 10/2/1891 at 8p; 10/16/1891 at 8p; 11/6/1891 page 4 & 5; 11/13/1891 pages 4 & 5; Epping Bulletin from 9/8/1910 Vol. 5 #5; McGregor Herald from 1/23/1914 Vol. 1, No 1; Williston Daily State from 2/25/1907 Vol. 1, No 1; and 4/1/1907 Vol. 1 #30; Williams County Review from 4/2/1909 Vol. 1 #41; Hamlet Times from 3/19/1914 Vol. 1, # 1; White Earth Record from 7/7/1905, 9/1/1905, 9/8/1905, 10/30/1908, and 11/27/1908; and Willow Lake Wave from 2/12/1909
Antique Cars
715 – 1927 Model T Ford, 7/1955
716 Fred Hinderer and oldest car driven to Fall Festival, 10/3/1947
717 Antique Automobiles, parade about 1946
718 Old Buick, 1908 car, 5/28/1953, A.M. Semrau, Nortonville, Minn
719, Ole Anderson and old Maxwell – Ole Anderson and Joe Donohue, 6/13/1957
720 Old Maxwell, was in Stice Motor Ep.
721 Elaine Thurdo 1908 I H car, 1st Car in Williston, 5/15/1958
722 Dean Winkjer and H.W. Stockman on old Foard
723 - Three model A Fords and owner, late 1950’s
724 Antique cars, 3 model A Fords
725 Auto-antique, looks like about 1925 overland, 1940’s to 1950’s (3 negatives)
Chamber of Commerce – March of Dimes – Comm Chest - Red Feather – Cancer
726 C. Howard Smith of US Chamber of Commerce addresses Williston business men and Jaycees, 12/5/1947
727 Annual Williston Chamber of Commerce meeting, 1/30/1947
728 – 1948 Annual meeting of the Williston Chamber of Commerce, 1/29/1948
729 Chamber of Commerce Board, 1/1958
730 Bones Dollar Days, mid 1950’s, Art Krause, Geo Christian, Geo Hagan ?
731 Red Feather Drive, 10/18/1956
732 Geo Schmitt, EC Sec, Buried under avalanche of letter (or something) mid 1950’s, office in old armory tower, also with Crazy Daze ? sign board
733 Best of all days promotion, 1/1962
734 March of Dimes, 1/1957
735 March of Dimes, Alec Rawiter, Ray D__, Lau__ Lo___ 1950’s
736 Cancer meeting, 4/2/1954
Christmas Features
737 Kiddies looking at toys, 12/5/1946
738 Curtis Iverson, New Year Baby on Press, 12/26/1946
739 Haakenson children, 12/6/1947
740 Christmas children in stores, Santa Claus, 1948 – 1949
741 Byrne Children, Christmas picture, 12/22/1949
742 Wheelock Christmas play – about 1944
743 Public Christmas, 1945, kids in front of tree – also looking at toys in store
744 Santa Claus, Marshall Wells store, 1945
745 Christmas Tree, Mrs. Lloyd Everson’s, 12/1946
746 Christmas shoppers, 12/12/1946
747 Christmas picture – Barbie LeDosquet and Jackie Snyder, 12/19/1946
748 Santa Claus at Marshall Wells, 12/11/1947
749 Douglas Rankin, New Year Baby of 1946, one year old, 1/1/1948
750 Berhow Children, Christmas picture, 12/23/1948
751 Christmas feature, Dave Gibb daughter, 195_
752 Christmas Windows, mid 1950’s
753 probably ___ choirs at Christmas, high school and mid 1950’s
754 Christmas shoppers, mid 1950’s
755 1st Lutheran Choir, mid 1950’s
756 Christmas shoppers, 12/1956 – girls and dolls at coast to coast, t___ b___, TV at Gardness (?), window shopper at greengards
757 Miscellaneous winter and Christmas scenes, Wilson’s grove, also cat, 12/1956
758 Santa Clas, probably in Marshall Wells, late 1950’s
759 Christmas Decorations, late 1950’s
760 Choir holding candles in shape of Christmas tree – 1st Lutheran Jr. choir, 12/26/1962
761 Christmas store windows, 12/1962
762 Bratsberg’s Christmas card, Zahl
763 Quartet in church, at Christmas time
764 Vocal quartet in church at Christmas, late 1950’s
765 Santa Claus, Santa with kids, Santa with phone
766 Christmas, Santa Claus at Marshall Wells, 1940’s ?
767 Christmas, children in stores with Santa Claus
768 Church related - musical quartet
Crazy Days and Dress-Up – Pie Throwing
769 Parade of clowns, etc. on Main Street, Crazy Days?
770 Clowns, looks like Wildrose
771 Women dress up – funny hats, Tim Pen Band
772 Crazy Days parade, 1950’s
773 Dress-up Party
774 Krazy Daze, Williston, 9/23/1961, jump off plainsman roof
775 Dress up Party, at Elks Country club, Misc
776 Crazy Daze, 9/1959, picture of Chief Hewson
777 Pie throwing community chest
778 Crazy Days Parade (?)
Crime
779 Tioga Boy murdered South of Alexander
780 Safe robbed at Oppen’s Market in Williston, 1956
781 dead man in morgue
782 Murder at Club Missions (?)
783 Zimmer Murder, 8/6/1953
Halloween
784 Halloween pumpkin and hat, 1954?
785Halloween feature, 10/25/1956
786 Girl with pumpkin – Halloween, 1955 – Children with pumpkin – kids in Halloween costumes
787 Kids dressed up for Halloween, late 1950’s
Norwegians – Sons of Norway
788 Norwegians in costumes, in front of Old Co-op Market
News Features
789 Fisherman with Sturgeon in front of Sukuts
790 M____ Lumber story, 8/1956
791 Logging negatives
792 Old man cooking on stove (1 negative)
793 Man with wheelbarrow coming through Williston (1 negative)
794 old man going through Williston pushing a wheelbarrow (1 negative)
795 Snowplow, homemade on Crawler tractor
796 Snow vehicle – Clarence Gilbertson and Duane Knutson with Jeep
797 Summer Vacation jobs, 4/1956
798 Series probably from “They Work at Night” feature, late 1950’s
799 Practical joke at Plainsman Hotel, 7/1955
800 Dick Conghlin Sr. accident, about 1952
801 Druggist convention – Krauses and others in old time garb
802 Home talent play
803 Reuben Borrud, Astronomer, 9/1956
804 Old Maytag washer full of coins
805 Episcopal Church becomes parish
806 Ice Box, 4/17/1954
807 Springbrook old Timers, one wearing a Band Uniform
808 Frozen dog, 1955
809 Plains Reporter - Enget
810 Grawe triplets, camp fire girls with world globe, 1956 (1 negative)

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