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Box 32C

1 Plainsman Hotel, also round table Christmas party, 1950-1951
2 Plainsman Hotel, 1952
3 Plainsman Hotel Round Table Club, Knights of Round Table, 1952-1953
4 Plainsman Hotel, Charlie Starr & workers, 1952
5 Plainsman Chef Palmer King
6 Bill Leekatz at Plainsman Hotel desk
7 Package Beer Store, 4/16/1954
8 Package Beer Store, North of Williston
9 Paint Store
10 Pantorium Cleaning Equipment, 5/8/1947
11 Paramount Oil truck, and bulk plant
12 Pangers new store, 8/1956
13 Panger's Store, n.d.
14 Free coyote stew at Pangers Sport goods, Diltsworth & Sangin
15 Pangers old building demolished to build new one, mid 1950s
16 Pangers Sporting Goods, tear down old building to new one, also new building & truckload of boats
17 Pangers Sporting Goods, new store
18 Penney grand opening 1/1961
19 Penney Store grand opening, City Commissioner president Alec Rawitscher cutting ribbon, Arley Bjella, Frank Jestrob, Dick Powers
20 J. C. Penney rebuilding Bruegger Building, Penney Store at 217 Main
21 J. C. Penney, Main & 4th Street
22 Peterson creamery with truck tanks etcetera, 3/21/1957
23 Peterson Creamery, Arvid, Jerry, A.F. Peterson
24 New equipment at Peterson creamery, 9/15/1961
25 Peterson Creamery milk truck, 9/1956
26 Three Piggly-Wiggly stores, 5/16/1957
27 Pines Motel, 4/26/1954
28 Powells Service west 2nd Avenue
29 0Power station, located 2nd Street west
30 Rabe Trucks, 7-Up/Blue Ribbon Building & Employees, 11/6/1947
31 Mistake in Ray plumbing sign
32 Radiator Repair shop, west side of town
33 Red Owl Doughnut machine, 2/1947
34 Red Owl on Main Street (could be grand opening)
35 Reep Motor used car lot also 1950s
36 Reep Highway 2 North warehouse, 6/20/1954
37 Reep Motor new building under construction on Main Street, also old location on east Broadway, 1/30/1948
38 Reep Motor Company Wrecker, 9/4/1947
39 Reep Motor Company new building, photograph with leaves taken later (about 1955), 1948, 1955
40 Reep Motor used car garage, 5/1955
41 Reep Motor Christmas party, 1942
42 Jerry Reep shows new rear engine Chevrolet, late 1950s
43 Reep driver training
44 Reep Motor north stations with cars & trucks in pool
45 Resnter cooking school
46 R & H Service, 10/1953
47 Roth Motor building & used cars, 3/28/1957
48 Roth Motor & new forward control Jeep, 2/13/1957
49 Roth Motor new cab over engine Jeep
50 Roth Motor used cars, 5/15/1958
51 State line aerial shots taken when Jack Dempsey was there
52 Billie Snyder & store
53 Snyder theater, 11/11/1949
54 State Line Rodeo, 9/1961
55 State Line horse racing, 1952
56 State Line baseball team (copy)
57 State Line Pioneer room, return to reporter
58 State Line wrestling (indoors)
59 State Line women wrestling
60 State Line Jack Dempsy referees wrestling
61 Aerial shots of State Line, shows motel, 7/4/1947
62 State Line Joe Louis referees at State Line
63 State Line Jack Dempsey interviews over KGCX radio
64 State Line wrestling, probably 1947-1948
65 State Line Boxing
66 State Line Club including Pioneer room, also pictures of Emil & June, Kermit Walt
67 Smith contractor, canopies, 4/1962
68 Smith construction, Holger Smitt, cracked girders in new auditorium, 1/19/1954
69 Smorgasbord, 6/20/1954
70 Scott & Collapsible garage, 4/1956
71 Schneiders club news
72 Schneiders club news
73 Stenehjeims Sovereign service station became Farmer's Union oil
74 New Skelly station, 10/1953
75 Steak burger Drive-In
76 Standard Clothing Company, Bob
77 Standard oil bulk promotion, Williston, 1952
78 New Standard Oil station, corner of 2nd Street & 1st Avenue West
79 Standard Oil Station north of Harmon Park
80 Stockman Motor, used car lot #2 North, also main lot, 6/6/
81 H.W. Stockman, about 1941
82 Stockman Motor Implement display, 11/1946
83 Sletten Funeral Home, 11/15/1947
84 Sletten Funeral Home Ambulance, 10/16/1947
85 Sletten Furnace for Bob Clark, 10/26/1953
86 Stice Motor, front of building, Mack truck sold
87 Stice Motor, Larry Stice old car, 1941
88 Sletten-Erdahl Ambulance
89 Sletten Erdahl Funeral Home on 13 Avenue West, 1950s
90 Stice Motor body shop, 1946
91 Stockman's Edsel Sales, late 1950s
92 Stockman Edsel Sales under construction, late 1950s
93 Stockman body shop on East Broadway
94 Smith canopies
95 Tastee Freeze located west of town west of Club Mo
96 Texaco station across from El Rancho
97 Thomas Auto supply truck, about 1941
98 Thomas Auto Supply, photographs of shop, 5/8/1947
99 Thomas Auto, 1952
100 Toby's Café, 5/9/1957
101 Tractor Supply on South Main
102 Tractor Supply Company, corner of Broadway & 1st Ave East also South Main
103 Tractor Supply open house, South Main
104 Tri-Angle Sales & Supply, Harold Huffelt
105 Truck sheds near Little Muddy Bridge
106 Triple Three Service Station, 7/1946
107 Triple Three Employees, 5/8/1947
108 View of Triple Three Station and tank truck (vertical format), 5/1947
109 Triple 3 [Three]
110 United Auto Parts, old building that burned, also new building
111 Charlie Van Allen disc grinding machine, 9/1946
112 Vantine Sandron floor copy, 5/30/1957
113 Vantine Paint & Glass in Great Northern Hotel building
114 Vantine Paint & Glass on Main Street, also Sandron Carpet demonstration
115 Vizina ready mix cement plant (could be Vizinas on flats), mid 1950s
116 Volney Bowling Lanes
117 Boats in front of Volney Bowling Lane
118 Walt's Market, Opening, 10/5/1954
119 Welder (Portable)
120 Western Auto Parts, about 1941
121 Western Auto Parts, 1/1954
122 Westland Oil Bulk Plant, 110 West 1st Avenue, 1941
123 Westland Oil truck stop
124 Westland truck stop, new & used trucks IHC
125 Westland truck stop
126 Westland Oil service station on South Main, formerly North Star
127 New IHC trucks at Westland, 4/18/1957
128 Williston Equipment combine 8/1957
129 Williston Equipment tractor 3/14/ also 3/21/ also 4/18/1957
130 Williston Library, 3/28/1957
131 Williston Lumber, 5/1955
132 New bus of Williston Motor Coach Company, 10/3/1947
133 Williston Packing Plant, young Bush looks at construction of packing plant
134 Wongs, 6/20/1954
135 Woolworth, businesses, late 1950s
136 Williston Woodworks, 5/1955
137 Williston Sheet Metal Works, Geo Hensen
138 Williston Surplus Store
139 Zig Zag Nite Club
140 Zig Zag
141 Water line cave in
142 Williston Water Septic Tank, about 1967
143 Williston Water Tower with School Class of 57 Marks
144 Dedication Williston Water Plant, 9/16/1961
145 Williston Commission decides on new water plant
146 Break in Water Main, 1954
147 Williston Water Plant, Farmer Press, 1949
148 Sewer Construction, 1950s
149 Curbing project west side of Williston, 1956
150 75th Anniversary of the founding of Williston, J. B. Lyons' Oxen team & covered Wagon, 1950s
151 Courthouse, Railroad yards, Railroad depot
152 Williams County Courthouse, 1946
153 Judge A.J. Gronna in old court room, Jury takes oath, Waller Bach, Arley Bjella, Frank Wesheim, crowd in old courthouse, 1953-1954
154 Sheriff Olson, also men in Sheriff's office, also with Drunkometer, 1953-1954
155 Peter Erickson, long time Clerk of Court, 1953-1954
156 Christmas Party at Court House
157 Williams County Courthouse Dedication, 1955
158 Howard Lampman, Royals Copeland
159 Williams County Courthouse office
160 Oil Money Mrs. Wright, County Treasurer, puts first check in safe at courthouse, 1953-1954
161 Don Hotchkiss County Agent, 1953-1954
162 Williams County Map, 1953-1954
163 Williams County Officials & employees, Christmas party in old courthouse, photo in lobby downstairs, 1953
164 Williams County Courthouse, 1954
165 First Williams County Courthouse, log building on 2nd Avenue East at intersection at 5th St
166 New Citizens taking oath, 1941
167 Judge Roy Hardsom & new citizens
168 Judge Burdick congratulates new citizens
169 New citizens taking oath, 1954
170 Clerk of Court, Pete Erickson & Secretary
171 Unidentified negative
172 Courthouse, 1955
173 Old courthouse & jail

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