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Box 211

1 Newspapers - Aviation: Williston Airport plus other happenings including topics covering: National Guard, Oil Prospects, 6/1921, Jennison Plane – also Rotary talk on aviation, Dempsey-Gibbons fight, Airplanes here with fight photographs, Ding Darling, President Harding dies, Flyers circus and misfortune, Dedication of Sloulin Field International Airport, Ed Canfield story – Grand Junction Colorado Daily Sentinel
2 Newspapers - Williston Commercial Club and Miscellaneous Booster issues including topics on: Commercial Club Organized 1906, Williston Land Company advertisement, Graphic Booster section, Williston Land Company, County officials take office, 1907, Electric lights turned on, 1907, Sheriff Olson under arrest (gag), 1909, New sewer, 1909, Bruegger heads North Dakota Retail Merchants, 1911, Secretary of State Knox in Williston, 1912, City Commission plan, 1913, 4% band election, 1909, Commercial club 50th anniversary, 1907-1957
3 Newspapers - Williston Herald Booster Edition, business histories, 10/22/1914
4 Newspapers – 10 photographic prints by Shemorry put together in a collage; and newspapers including Celebrating 90 years 1906 to 1996 for the Williston Area Chamber of Commerce; the 1987 and 1988 Annual Reports for the Williston Area Chamber of Commerce; Williston Chamber of Commerce 75th Anniversary Issue; and the Williston Herald from 2/1/1957 when the Chamber celebrates 50th Year
5 Newspapers – Progress in the Williston Basin a product of and supplement to The Williston Daily Herald and The Williston Plains Reporter, 1983; and the Williston Plains Reporter from 5/30/1957, with main article titled “Crops Are Tops, But Hoppers Menace” with men and train and large fake grasshopper

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