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Box 229

1 Honey story, late 1950s
2 Bee inspector, 9/1/1949
3 William Wood, Tioga, champion wheat grower
4 Farm scenes, combining, Buford farmer looks at wheat, Trenton
5 Bacon Brothers potato story, 10/31/1947
6 Wegley strawberry patch, 7/1955
7 Million Dollar acre, Wegley, strawberry patch
8 Dan and Bruce gather at grain test lab
9 Grain testing lab
10 Backers of Upper Missouri Valley Fair on horseback
11 4-H Photos, Smith, 1st Upper Missouri Valley Fair
12 Rack picker manufacturing by Chuck DeSell (DuSell?) at wooden machine
13 Lindvig Dam, April 1955
14 Farm issue, 4/1959 (special)
15 Scenes on Lewis and Clark, 9/1957
16 Tony Novak’s farm, 7/?
17 4-H Kids, 9/22/1955
18 Harvest
19 Harvest, 8/1955
20 Harvest shots, 1954
21 Harvest photos, girl in front of swatter holding sheaf of grain, men looking at grain
22 Farm crop scenes, 1950s
23 4-H achievement days, 9/1959
24 Blasting to improve spring on farm of Bend Nordell, 4/22/1948
25 Larry Rolfstad and calf, 9/16/1954
26 Purebred cattle sale, 3/21/1957
27 Purebred bull sale, 3/1959
28 Purebred cattle sale at Farmers Union sales ring, 1941-1943
29 Williston Farmers Union Livestock Ring, probably purebred sale
30 Williston Farmers Union Livestock Ring, about 1950
31 Girl with big watermelon
32 4-H Cattle and Dress Review, 9/1956
33 Sugar beet harvest, Buford-Trenton, 10/1956
34 4-H and Homemakers booths in Armory, includes Rolfstad girls and dinner, 10/1956
35 FFA Grain judging team, 2/28/1957
36 Seed drills (one with a fertilizer attachment)
37 Rescue cattle stranded by high water, bridge, mid 1950s
38 Soil Conservation District committee, 9/1956
39 Cattle electrocuted at Rolfstad farm, late 1950s
40 Farmers sign up for soil bank at ASC office, 1/1957
41 Farm wind break, 7/1959
42 Experimental farm
43 Daniels and Chisholm? Batteries, 8/27/1961
44 Farm, cattle, turkey, Redin?, articulated negatives – farm and cattle scenes, 1948-1949
45 Men with swather
46 FFA boys go to national convention, 9/16/1954
47 4-H Achievement days photos, 9-12 and 15
48 Farming bee at Houghts, Bonetraill, 8/19/1955
49 Farmers plowing at Tioga, Arvid Leen (Wheelock)
50 Brokaw, Farming Bee, 5/1955
51 Harstad Farm Bee, 5/2/1957
52 Farming Bee somewhere
53 Harvesting Bee for Erling Johnson, 8/31/1954
54 Farming Bee
55 Wickam? Farming Bee, 4/1956
56 Plowing Bee, probably south of Grenora, late 1950s
57 Farmers Union Cattle sales ring, 1941-1943
58 Williams County Farmers Union office, Sig Forseth, Hank Williams etc, could be Credit Union, about 1941
59 Farmers Union meet in old Armory, Thatcher, Hank Williams, Alex Lind
60 Farmers Union Junior Camp, 6/1955
61 Williams County Farmers Union annual meeting, 10/1956
62 Farmers Union bus tour, probably to Washington, mid 1950s
63 Summer camp at Epping, Bible camp, could be Farmers Union or church, mid 1950s
64 Farmers Union annual convention, in Armory, Hank Williams, Sig Forseth, 1944
65 Farmers Union, Hank Williams, Sig Forseth, at State Convention with national Farmers Union president, 1941
66 Farmers Union, Thatcher speaks, good photos of ads on curtain
67 Corinth elevator, construction of new one
68 Grenora Farmers Elevator
69 Mc Gregor Farmers Union elevator meeting, 10/1956
70 McGregor, Wildrose, Corinth co-ops, 10/1957
71 Tioga co-ops, 10/1957
72 Alamo, Appam, Zahl co-ops, 10/1957
73 Wheelock, Ray, Temple co-ops, 10/1957
74 Grenora co-ops, also Trenton, 10/1957
75 Farmers Union Central Exchange
76 Farmers Union Central Exchange, warehouse, Williston, 12/11/1961
77 Farmers Union Central Exchange, when located in warehouse by cement elevator
78 1941 State Farmers Union convention in Jamestown
79 Co-op funeral home
80 Co-op funeral home, Graphic building
81 Farmers Union Oil, Al Cady?, about 1941
82 Farmers Union Oil, Williston, also photo of building, receives Sparkle award, 1965
83 Farmers Union Oil, first building
84 Farmers Union Grain Terminal Elevator warehouse, 1950s
85 Farmers Union Grain Terminal Elevator before it was torn down, 10/10/1947
86 Views of partially completed Farmers Union Grain Terminal Association Elevator in Williston, 4/20/1948
87 Farmers Union Creamery, about mid 1950s or early 1960s
88 Farmers Union Creamery, about 1948
89 Frost photo of Farmers Union Creamery, 12/25/1947
90 Farmers Union Creamery visitors look at butter churn
91 Farmers Union Creamery
92 Farmers Union Grain and Supply company (photos of: building seed elevator, cement elevator, chicken thatchery, frozen locker plant, outside shots)
93 Firest co-op market in building on Farmers Union Oil property, 1941?
94 Farmers Union Co-op market, new building on Borqadway where Thomas Auto is now, moved in December 1941, stayed 1 year
95 Unidentified group of Farmers Union men (photographic print)
96 Co-op Market in old building on 2nd Street, also “new” building on Broadway, 6/1942
97 Grand opening, Co-op Market, 9/1959
98 Co-op Market employees, 12/16/1961
99 Co-op Market coffee display, 4/22/1948
100 Co-op Market employees, 12/1960
101 Co-op Market, Clarence Allison with canned goods, co-op raspberries, Mrs. Thompson in Read to Wear, cafeteria personnel, meat department, Jim Cadoo?, about 1946
102 Co-op Market on corner of Broadway and 1st Avenue West, Inside and outside
shot, delivery truck, cafeteria personnel, grand opening, 12/19/1942
103 Harry Moyer, Manager Co-op Market, 1940-1945?
104 Floyd Strain, Manager Co-op Market, 1955 to 1970?
105 Everett Lovhaug and Co-op market employees?
106 Open house, Co-op convention at Ray, about 1942
107 Williston Farmers Union Oil, 5/1956
108 Farmers Board, 1941; National Farm Loan Association, 6/1942; Also check passing, Chris Arnt?
109 Farmers Union Oil, women pump jockeys
110 Farmers Union Oil, Williston, also Annex across street
111 Farmers Union lumber, first building before addition, 1st Avenue West
112 Farmers Union Grain and Supply, truckload of farm equipment
113 Farmers Union Grain and Supply meeting, 9/24/1955
114 Farmers Union Grain and Supply delivers chicks by airplane, 1944-1946
115 Farmers Union Grain and Supply photos, feeding experiment, 1/1958
116 Co-ops around cunty, mostly elevators, some oil companies, no Williston companies, 1942
117 Williams County Farmers Union, outside shots, 1945-1946
118 Springbrook and Epping Co-ops, 10/1957
119 Farmers Union Oil, Williston, also Livestock Trading Association, Ray Cream Station, about 1942
120 Hotchkiss speaks to meeting of farmers, probably in Tioga, 1946-1949
121 GTA Grain Elevator, the one that burned during Nash Finch Fire, about 1946-1947
122 Farmers Union, Bill Thatcher addresses membership in old study hall, south wing of Central School, 1946-1949
123 Shipping wheat, two men looking in box car, 1946-1949
124 Grain elevator, 1946-1949
125 Tafte (?), manager, Farmers Union Grain and Supply, speaks to farmer in Ray?, 1948
126 Farmer beside grain truck, about 1946-1949
127 Farmer, four with pigs, could be Jaycees?
128 Spraying cattle, Hotchkins with War Surplus sprayer, about 1946-1947
130 Boy with two calves, 1950s
131 Farmers Union Convention, band playing, Ray ND, Glenn Talbott speaking, could be Northwest Mutual Aid phone meeting
132 Farming Bee, also plowing
133 Farm, aerial view
134 Dedication, NW Mutual Aid Phone building in Ray
135 Williston Cooperative Credit Union, old negatives
136 Co-op Market
137 Crops being irrigated
138 Either Employment Serive office or ASC office
139 Farming bee, also plowing, about 1941
140 Farmers in front of High School, probably co-op
141 Grain bins on 1st Avenue E during war
142 Gatherings in old Armory, also old Legion hall, probably mostly Farmers Union Convention, 1941?
143 Zahl aerial, about 1948
144 Aerial, probably Crosby
145 Grenora aerial (fuzzy), late 1950s
146 West Bonetraill aerial
147 Aerial, farm, about 1948
148 Aerial, about 1948
149 Buford aerial, about 1948
150 Trenton aerial, about 1948
151 Municipal airport, aerial, about 1948
152 River cutting bank, east of Williston aerial, about 1948
153 Wheelock aerial, about 1948
154 McGregor aerial, about 1948
155 Tioga aerial, about 1948
156 Hamlet? aerial, about 1948
157 Corinth aerial, about 1948
158 Alamo aerial, before 1948
159 West Bonetraill, aerial, about 1948
160 Grenora aerial, about 1948
161 Epping aerial, about 1948
162 Appam aerial, about 1948
163 Hanks aerial, about 1948
164 Aerial, Little Muddy, includes place where flume crossed, 1940s-1950s
165 Big shots arrive in frontier plane, about 1955 (H. M. Zahl in center)
166 1967 Civil Air Patrol, 5/3/1967
167 McKenzie County Aerials (includes good one of Alexander), about 1950
168 Aerials, Alexander and probably Rawson, Arnegard and Watford city
169 Springbrook aerial, about 1948 (also Erickson farm south of town, shows elevator)
170 Farm aerials, probably in 1950s
171 Epping Bible Camp under construction, about 1948
172 Epping aerial, 1953
173 Alamo aerial, 8/31/1954
174 Alamo Airport dedication, 1946
175 Tioga aerials with camera pointing southwest, 6/1/1954
176 Two views of Tioga, 12/7/1954 (one photo is later)
177 Tioga aerial, about 1952
178 Aerials of Rube Lind farm being seeded by neighbors, 5/15/1947
179 Tioga with camera pointing northwest, Earls Trucking yard in foreground, 6/1/1953
180 Tioga: Industrial aera, Lloyd Lumber, loading racks, Christenson Housing, Miller Housing, 11/3/1953
181 Tioga area aerials, spring 1953; also new school and clinic, 10/1953

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