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Box 230

1 Aerial of trap schoot grounds and old Jeffries house, North Williston, shows Wright Airport
2 Apache Airlines, 5/1971
3 Northland Aircraft
4 Aerial photos, Williston, 1960s
5 Aviation at Sloulin Field, about 1967
6 Servair, two engine plane, 5/1978; Hertz rent a car; Serlvair mechanic; negatives with sprocket holes – sentinal, 4/1971
7 Aerials, State Line Club during boxing or wrestling, shows old motel
8 Garrison Dam, River Shots Bismarck, about 1955
9 Family in plane
10 Propellor driven spray coupe, 1950s
11 Aviation, Jerry’s Crop spray rig, airplane and service truck, about 1967
12 Red Owl airplane
13 Boy riding on top of airplane
14 Stockman flying service ambulance, 12/8/1949
15 Williston High School aeronautics class
16 Spray Plane, weed no more
17 Either flying club or cadets
18 Training airplanes in Canada (Weyburn?) during WWII
19 VOR station, 12/1956
20 Wrecked airplane
21 Aerials, Meade? and Stockman Equipment?
22 Riverview Cemetery, Williston, 12/1947
23 Aerials of Williston business district, late 1940s-1950
24 Williston aerials: old High School and Central and area around; Main and 1st Street, Scandia Hotel; 4th Avenue E and 7th street; Main and Broadway, fogged, about 1947
25 Williston aerials: old airport; shot west of cemetery before housing begain; old Experiment farm – good; Good Samartian Hospital; Peanut Ridge; one shows old Borruds Bakery, 12/1947
26 Little Muddy, east of city aerials, shows old Muddy Bridge and tannery, one may be Cedar Coulee
27 Williston Refinery and Sorenson addition and northern industrial area, 1/4/1954
28 New Town and Sanish aerials, 12/13/1953
29 Tioga aerials with camera pointing northeast, 6/1/1953
30 Tioga aerials, about 1952
31 Tioga aerial showing new grade school and First Lutheran Church, 8/19/1961
32 Tioga activities, construction of new water tower, hospital committee, 10/1958
33 Tioga, Ray, New Town aerials, Grenora (double exposed)
34 Tioga aerials with camera pointing northwest, 6/1/1953
35 Tioga aerials (#3 Christensen addition in foreground, #4 Miller addition in foreground, #5 Tioga picnic in foreground, #6 Loading rocks in foreground, #7 Main Street from south), 3/19/1954
36 Tioga aerial with camera pointing southeast, Miller Housing project in foreground, 6/1/1953
37 Tioga airport aerial
38 Jack Daniels
39 Servair logo
40 Jack Daniels and friends
41 Servair women brokers, 5/23/57
42 Aerial photos, Williston, etc. (good photo of Sorenson? Addition and area west of there, good shots of cemetery), 1952
43 Jack Daniels’ new airplane
44 Dr. Abplanal? And Dr. Baker work on planes for new airport, about 1941
45 Aerials of Municipal airport, summer 1947
46 Municipal Airport aerial, 5/13/1947
47 Old airport, photo of pilot in Canfield plane
48 Williston first airport located East Broadway
49 Old airport aerial, about 19746
50 Old Williston Municipal airport, ground shots and aerial, about 1946
51 Williston airport, ground shot, 5/8/1958
52 New Williston airport, about 1955
53 Aviation, pilot and plane at Sloulin Field, about 1967
54 New Williston Airport with big planes parked there
55 Treasure State Airlines at Williston Municipal aiport, 4/26/1954
56 Sloulin Field, Williston, Passenger terminal
57 Sloulin Field airport, Jack Daniels plane, also streamlined small bi-plane
58 Langewische coast to land inland water way along Missouri River
59 Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Wright
60 Wright Airport, about 1945 or 1946
61 Chandler Airport, 7/4/1947
62 Chandler Airport, about 1946
63 Vizina, Charlie
64 Propeller driven snow sled, mid 1950s
65 Williston aerials, small towns and farming, before 1951
66 Fall Festival, several
67 Fall Festival, Armory displays, also cattle and dresses, probably 1949
68 Rodeo, could be at Zahl?
69 Kangaroo Court for Fall Festival, 8/18/1949
70 Fall Festival, bearless men in cage
71 Girl and calf, Fall Festival, about 19497
72 Fall Festival, auction in front of Press Graphic, 1946 or 1947
73 Williston aerials: Round house; north Williston including Bethel Home and Veterans housing; south main, Scandi Hotel; Gates Operal House, one story, about 1950
74 Parade, ship float outside Red Owl store
75 Larson/Stang Housing aerials northwest and west of city, 8/1956
76 Parade, men on horseback
77 Fall Festival, parade, 1949
78 Williston police
79 Ole Olson, chief of police
80 Chief of Police, Ray Atol and Sheriff Le Roy Lutz collect “fines”
81 Chief Ole Olson helps man who collapsed on sidewalk
82 Police sell ticket to Judge Butler, 1940
83 Police sell ticket to Judge Butler, Ed Pettis, Butler, Reed Gwinn, Ole Olson, 1940
84 L. T. Anderson, Chief of Police and attorney Walter Burk at JCC X was fund raising program, 12/1953
85 Police and bicycles
86 L. T. Anderson, Chief of Police and Ray Milner
87 Police investigate car collsion
88 Ad Nordwacken? policeman
89 Sheriff Olson gets award as police officers look on
90 Lutz talks to prisoners
91 Lutz and Atol bring in prisoners
92 Police Station with big sergeant, Hewson, Chief of Police at this time
93 Policeman’s ball at Moose, 6/1955
94 Police – Williston, Sheriffs – Williams County
95 Bill Clark, Policeman, about 1941
96 Jackson stabber arraignment, 8/23/1954
97 Williston High School field house, 2/1955
98 Williston High School field house under construction
99 Cover Day? Williston High School, 11/1/1956
100 Breaking ground, possibly for school building
101 Broken steps of school, Williston High School, 1/1958
102 Lady standing beside new addition to Webster school
103 New Williston High School
104 New Williston High School, interior and exterior views, late 1950s
105 Williston High School construction, 3/28/1957
106 “Girl Crazy,” Williston High School play, 5/9/1955
107 School patrol? Lions spons, about 1941
108 New District 8 schools repair, mid 1950s
109 Redalm Day perfect attendance, 5-3-1957
110 Newly constructed Rickard School
111 Fall Festival and parade, 1951
112 Ali the Turk
113 Armenian
114 Artice fiend also studio
115 Ginny Aol, and Dr. Flath
116 Ginny Aol received School Board award
117 Usher Burdick old time portrait
118 Usher Burdick speaks at Epping Dam
119 Usher L. Burdick holding book
120 Usher L. Burdick and stout friends in lobby at Great Northern Hotel
121 Eugene Burdick buys camera for Liz? late 1950s
122 Judge Butler
123 Burk at Williston Packing plant
124 Walter Burk, 10/1956
125 Mrs. Allen Bjelkevig
126 Ray and Oscar Bell
127 Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Bourette?, Zahl farmer
128 Gillie Broe (Bore), Farmers Union man
129 One time partner? Of Bob Bahner
130 Mrs. Barnfather and her daughter Cora Meglassen
131 Lloyd Bjella and friends at Club Missouri, late 1950s
132 Arley Bjella, about 1953
133 Arley Bjella?
134 Rain Maker Baker
135 Clifford Christianson, Zahl, radio host, 11/26/1953
136 Jim Cadoo
137 Eddie Conlin Jr. and trophies
138 Oscar Carlson at Motor Inn
139 Unidentified man
140 Ken Colebank
141 Conlin, Bill and Pete
142 Curtis at Heating Co. on east Broadway
143 LeRoy Deggeriress (?)
144 Neuman Dittsworth
145 Joe Donohue Sr.
146 Joe Donohue, butcher carving roast
147 Charlie Dusell, water superintendent, Williston
148 Ekblad, LeRoy and Norman
149 Bob Erickson
150 Unidentified
151 Bob Erdahl
152 Jessie Freeman (Freeum?) at Treasure Island gift shot
153 Williston floral man
154 Agnes Haug Fosholt wedding
155 Mickey Gardner
156 Unidentifed
157 Unidentifed
158 A. F. Ginther
159 Old time grocers
160 Fred Grave (Grawe?), Policeman Rastan ?
161 Reife guitry? Ex Navy recruiter worked for Stockmen, now on west coast
162 Harry Guttromson
163 Bob Gilmore
164 Unidentifed
165 Unidentifed
166 Bill and Jess Howard confer with Bill Conlin about new front of Hedderich’s, late 1950s
167 Gen Hagan
168 Havig, Lieutenant-Superintenant Schools, check passing
169 Harry Heib (Hieb?)
170 Crighton negatives, Wilbur Hermes, mid 1950s
171 Wally Hagen
172 Al Hacknberg
173 Jim Innis, artist
174 Jim Innis, artist
175 Jim Irgens at soda fountain, Williston Drug
176 Clarence Johnson’s daughter, Grenora, county spelling champion
177 Frank Jestrab?
178 Gil Johnson dog, Jack, Gil Johnson, George Christensen, Walt Bahner, mid 1950s
179 Mr. and Mrs. Al Jennison
180 E. W. Jeffry, about 1952
181 Dr. Johnson, start of Harmon Park Clinic
182 Joe’s Place, Joe Grandahl
183 R? Jacobson, Jacobson Construction, 8/1957
184 Art Johnson, President of Northwest Mutual Aid Telephone Company, with unidentified
185 Johnson, Grenora postmaster
186 Gil Johnson returns
187 Lloyd Jorgenson at Linotype
188 Josephs, Lloyd ?and Chuck
189 Mr. and Mrs. Art Krivosha, 25th wedding anniversary
190 Dutch Klimple, manager, Gambles
191 Art Krivosha
192 Krogh girl (at Reporter or Farmer’s Press)
193 Unidentified
194 Mr. and Mrs. Burt Lee wedding anniversary
195 Krause, Art, buys Kather drug
196 Unidentified
197 Les Lohse, late 1950s
198 Ralph Lohse
199 Ralph Lohse
200 Louise Ludowese
201 J. B. Lyon at desk in Lyon’s Women’s Store
202 John B. Lyon, Jr. “Cub”
203 Land girl at Register of Deed, new copy camera
204 Lanz, Jimmy with cards and portrait, about 1947
205 Ole Moe, 8/1957
206 Mrs. William Monroe old-timer, late 1950s
207 Montana Dakota Utilities assistant manager?
208 Erling manager portrait
209 Glenn? Mack, Tioga postmaster
210 Frank Markham
211 Mrs. Dora McBrien
212 Bill McFarlin and trumpet player, Chuck Hill with trumpet
213 Nelson City Laundry
214 Vern Nelson at Treasure Island Gift Shop
215 Russ Nelson
216 L. C. Nelson, the barber
217 Betty Nygaard
218 Bert Lee
219 Les Lohse
220 A. H. Ohnstad, negatives of moose
221 Orville Aylol?
222 Judge Larry O’Connell, screened, about 1975
223 Al Olson holds up tool with blast of air
224 Harold Pollman right and friends in old armory, could be Iver Solberg left, could be landowners’ meeting, late 1950s
225 Pangers, 1955
226 Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Peterson (Creamery)
227 Bill Penman and buffalo skull, Sylvia Larson’s uncle
228 Bill Penman and buffalo skull
229 Speaker ?, Les Panger on photo, probably someone retiring from Gamble Robinson
230 Harry Pippin, lawyer, late 1950s
231 Duff Ray
232 ? chat Ray Plumbing (lady on telephone)
233 Telmar Rolfstad?
234 Alec Rawitscher, at city commission meeting, about 1955
235 Dr. Ted Retter
236 Mrs. Mark Rudolph
237 Old wood working craftsman, about 1946-1947 (Farmer’s Press)
238 Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sukut, 9/1959
239 Coast to Coast, Lloyd Sandvik, about 1955
240 Reverend Jace Sandvik (Episcopal), probably 1950s
241 Irv Severtson
242 Seekatz 83rd birthday, 11/11/1953
243 Pop Seekatz 85th birthday
244 Sam Sorenson S & E Café, 5/16/1957
245 Sylte, Marmon Post Mistress, 1/1957
246 Dorothy Stenson?
247 Larry Smith and bull
248 Shirley Sukut, 5/22/1954
249 Might be Oscar Stenehjem, mid 1950s
250 Bill Sukut
251 Phil Stenehjem, Mr. Jack O’ Lantern, 11/1/1956
252 Marshall Simpson fathers and table he made
253 Tioga man
254 Walt Treider
255 Ted Tweden
256 Chef Jamie Tesoro, last owner of Luzon Cafe
257 Harold Voss and friends (partners), 1950s
258 Valneys (Volneys), Cecil and Vick
259 Les Walling
260 Watford girl with flowers, 9/19/1957
261 Zine and Kaluza employees, Christmas 1952
262 Zine baby, 12/28/1949
263 Girls basketball
264 Basketball action in old Williston High School, 1947-1948?
265 Four kids with chickens, could be Jaycees, 1940s-1950s
266 Basketball teams, unidentified, 1948?
267 Barbecue?
268 4-H Cattle project (Wildrose kids?)
269 Future Farmers, with insignia, Verdine Rice, instructor, late 1950s
270 School plays, children, 1940s or 1950s
271 Football action
272 Baseball, 1940s-1950s
273 Football team photographs and action, 1940s-1950s
274 Square dance class, 1/1957
275 Alcoholics Anonymous story, 10/1956
276 MT Saddle Club
277 Eagles charter presentation, 4/9/1959
278 Williston Riding Club, 7/1955
279 Williston Rifle Club, 1/1957
280 Old Settlers Picnic, Williston, 1940s-1950s
281 Unidentified farm
282 Lutheran bible Camp, Epping
283 Boy Scouts, 1940s-1950s
284 Girl Scouts, 1940s-1950s
285 Basketball miscellaneous, adult players in uniform in banquet room, First Lutheran Church? Or Williston College?

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