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Oversized panoramic photos: the oversized panoramic photos consist of 18 miscellaneous
photographs. The photographs are of:

1 The American Legion’s National Conference on Unemployment at Washington D.C. (attended by Governors Roosevelt, NY, & Pinchot, PA), Washington D.C., September 14, 1931, Scherer photograph
2 Auto parade, Sons of Norway Lodge, Williston, North Dakota, 3/17/? Photograph by Olson
3 Battery “B” 338th Field Artillery, Camp Dodge, Des Moines, Iowa, photograph by W.F. Brasher
4 Battery “B” 338th Field Artillery, Camp Dodge, Des Moines, Iowa, October 23, 1917 (photographer unknown)
5 Camp Dodge, Des Moines, Iowa, Battery “B” 338th Field Artillery, September 12, 1917
6 Debs Day, Williston, North Dakota, 6/13/1915. Olson Bros., Williston, N.D. (Two of the same photograph, one is in considerably better condition)
7 Dedication of Elks Home, 1/25/1915, Williston Lodge No. 1214, B.P.O.E. Photograph by Olson
8 Dedication of Lewis and Clark Bridge, Williston, North Dakota, 7/1/1927. Photograph by Kloss (Scobey, Montana)
9 Diamond Jubilee Dinner, American Bar Association, the Annual Judiciary Dinner, Hotel Statler, Boston Massachusetts, August 24, 1953, Fay Foto Boston
10 Math Iverson oil rig, 1951. Bill Shemorry photograph (?)
11 Officers of the 163rd Depot Brigade, Camp Dodge, 3/1918. Photograph by the Craft Studio, St. Paul, Minnesota
12 Second annual entertainment of the Wolf Point Shrine Club. Photograph by A.K. Gulhoug
13 Twelfth Annual convention of the North Dakota Bankers Association, Williston, N.D., 7/1-2/1914. Photograph by R.R. Doubleday (Salt Lake, Utah)
14 Unidentified group of men, Lionel Heymann, F.P.S.A., Blackstone Hotel Studios, Chicago Illinois
15 Unidentified group of men, Kaufmann-Fabry, Chicago Illinois
16 Williston, ND, view from Central School, 1914. Photograph by R.R. Doubleday (Salt Lake, Utah)

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