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Box 47 Motorcycles

1 Gene Held Cycle pix 1-2-22-39, Museum 3-26, Indian 27-33, 1-23-92, 1-24-92; Nick Held the Motorcycle Man, Indian Head, copy prints (44 prints)
2 Motorcycles and miscellaneous – 30 prints
3 Carnival Motorcycle Rider, Siebrand Bros Shows, 1930’s by Pasonault (1 neg)
4 Motor cross Cedar Coulee, Main St parade, 1972 Motorcycle (11 negatives)
5 Lady Motorcyclist, 6/1979 (2 negatives)
6 Motorcycle Accident 14th Street West, 6/1968 (4 negatives)
7 Accident - Motorcycle and car on Million Dollar Way Frontage road, 4/1968 (4 negatives)
8 Motorcycle competition at Cedar Coulee, 1970’s (21 negatives)
9 Deb & Charley – Doug, Motorcycles, 1992, Logos Henderson Indian Head (50 negatives and 8 prints)
10 Motorcycles - 6 prints and brochure for Motorcycle Heritage Museum in Westerville, Ohio
11 Color copies of Motorcycles Etc. Jan 1992: Deb & Charlie, Irrigation Ditch, 1st Williston School house, pontoon bridge, steam rr engine turn table, Williston Depot & Hefferman Hack, Indian logo, Henderson Logo, about 1950’s Indian 4, 1937 Indian Pamphlet cover, 1937 Indian 4, 1937 Indian Jr. Scout, 1938 Indian Brochure Cover, 1938 Indian 4, 1938 Indian Chief 74, 1938 Indian Sport Scout, 1938 Indian Jr. Scout, 1938 Indian Sidecar, 1938 New 4 cylinder motor, 38 new features for 1938, 8 factory pix in brochure (24 prints matching with 25 negatives)
12 Motorcycle racing, Fall 1978 (8 negatives)
13 Cyclist Harry Chapman in front of Elks Lodge, 1979; “Windy” Chapman (3 negs)
14 Bus McCrory with girls at Cedar Coulee, 1932, Bernice Check, Jennie Kline, and Harriet Franne (1 negative matching 1 print)
15 Bus McCrory on Motorcycle about 1930 (3 prints matching 4 negatives)
16 1 cylinder cycle goes through Williston 1950’s on South Main Street (2 negs)
17 Atol’s Bike – 1 print
18 Jeep – Motorcycle hill climb part of Fall Festival, 10/3/1947 (6 negatives)
19 Bill & 1931 Henderson “4” in front of Gates Building (1 print matching 1 neg)
20 Bill – Motorcycle Pix: Bill & Bus; Bill & Old Cadillac Minot Speedway; Bill & 1929 Harley; Bill riding in Texaco parade (4 negatives)
21 Bill on Motorcycle about 1931 climbing hill, Standing – riding Pete Tuft (4 prints matching 8 negatives)
22 Bill & 1931 Henderson; Bus & Cycle at John’s House; Bus & Cycle at Cedar Coulee (1 negative matching 2 prints)
23 Bus on motorcycle, Bob Hrney (?), Bus McCrory, Bills (2 prints matching 1 neg)
24 Pat Shemorry on Henderson Motorcycle (2 negatives)
25 Cyclist pulling trailer 1940’s also wrecked cycle, also good pic bill on Indian Motorcycle; 1938 (5 negatives)
26 Motorcycle Polo New Jersey 1932; Old motorcycle negs (6 prints and 1 negative)
27 H.S. negs, Bill: Bill & Burned car; Bill & 1929 H.D cycle & Wounded Eagle; Bill & Ruth goerits (?) – (1 print matching 3 negatives)
28 Dad “WH” Shemorry; Bill & Bus McCrory on Motorcycles (5 negatives)
29 Motorcycle Hill Climb, Copy negatives (3 negatives)
30 Antique Motorcycles, Scottsdale Arizona 1981 (12 negatives)
31 Motorcycles: copies of newspaper advertisment for the Auto Show – 1st in 1917 and Excelsior motorcycle; Motorcycle License Application dated 3/2/1931 filled out by W.E. Shemorry dated 2/24/1933; Bill Shemorry on Henderson and Harley motorcycles; Bill, Bus McRory, Bob Henry and Albert Sveen and 1966 Sundowner’s Motorcycle Association Membership Card for Bill Shemorry; and Car – Motorcycle Accident 3/23/1966 (15 prints and 7 copy negatives)
Rural Electric Negatives and some Rural Telephone
32 Girl with Kerosene Lantern, Co-op Issue (2 negatives)
33 New Mutual Aid Phone Company, Old Office 2/1958 (6 negatives)
34 Probably REA Live Constr. Man talking in Rodeo in Front of truck loaded with Wire (2 negatives)
35 REA differ, 1/23/1947 (3 negatives and 1 print)
36 REA Building and Board, Late 1950’s (3 negatives)
37 Farmers Board, Williams Electric Coop 1948; Original REA Group (3 negatives)
38 REA & MDU Lives to Close (1 negative)
39 Williams Electric, Rec & MDU Power lines too close (5 negatives)
40 Farmers Union Convention MVA – 1945, Old Armory (3 negatives)
41 Talbat Williams that her in front of Elec Chart 1941 Conv. (1 negative and 1 print matching, made from negative)
42 SIG FORSETH During Construction, picture on Pile of REA Poles (1 negative)
43 REA office in Residence, Sig Forseth REA Manager talking on Radio (2 negs)
44 Williston Coop Credit Union – 2nd Building on Washington Ave – also house used by Williams Electric Coop as 1st Office, 1946? (1 negative)
45 Booke Motor Fall Festival Exhibit, 10/3/1947; Kohler of Kohler electric Plants, Booke Motor Service, Williston, N.D. (2 negatives)
46 Fire – REA Poles at Wheelock, N.D. (1 copy negative)
47 Williams Electric Co-op Annual Meet, 1970’s Fred Whittle (10 negatives)
48 Williams Electric Co-op Annual Meeting 1976, Pic Don Palsm & Bicycle Wimler, Pic Fred Whittle (10 negatives)
49 Don Polson (4 negatives)
50 REA Connects up first lights, 9/4/1947 (3 negatives)
51 Williams Electric Co-op (3 negatives)
52 Williams Electric Co-op, Book keeper, Pouish (1 negative)
53 Pouish Family 46-49 (2 negatives)
54 AD Rea – Boom – Oil Issue 8/1967 (7 negatives)
55 Exterior of the REA building at night (1 print)
56 REA Directors + Officers, 10/3/1969 (6 negatives)
57 1981 Williams Electric Annual Meeting, Photos of long time employees, photos of Electric Safety Demonstration (48 negatives)
58 Williams Electric Coop Annual Meeting, 10/1978, Photos of Sig Farseth & Vern Kvermen (?) (73 negatives)
59 Williams Electric Co-op Annual Meet, 10/1/1983 (42 negatives)
60 Williams Electric Coop Directors 1979 (21 negatives)
61 Williams Electric Cooperation Annual Meet, 10/2/1982 (45 negatives and 1 print)
62 Williams Electric Co-op New Housing and New Commercial Areas, Now served by REC, By Trenton turn off TVW Lewis Clark Bridge, Houses S. of West Strip, New Buildings W. Strip, New Buildings S. 4 mi., 4 Mi Corner, N of Chaudler Trailer Court, Will Farm Sew. T & C Tractor Cort, getter, new housing, red barn av, commercial buildings on million Dollar Way, West acres area 1/10/1981, (20 negatives)
United Nations Trip/ Newspaper Study Mission, May 1967
63 Poland Home of Composer, 5/1967 also US Ambassador (7 negatives)
64 Warsaw Fire Department, 5/1967 (8 negatives)
65 Warsaw, 5/1967 (28 negatives)
66 Leningrad Fortress of Peter & Paul & Other buildings, Also Ship Aurora (25 negatives)
67 Hermitage Leningrad, 5/1967 (10 negatives)
68 Moscow Fair, 5/1967 (19 negatives)
69 Kremlin, 5/1967 (12 negatives)
70 Moscow miscellaneous pix, 5/1967 (12 negatives)
71 Dedication of Eternal Flame to Russian Unknown Soldier of World War II, Moscow, 5/1967 (9 negatives)
72 Photos copied in Photo Exhibit, Moscow Press Building, 5/1967 (4 negatives)
73 Teheran, Museum, Temple and Street Scenes, 5/1967 (37 negatives)
74 Teheran Fire Department, 5/1967 (18 negatives)
75 Teheran Newspaper, 5/1967 (8 negatives)
76 Bangkok fire department, 5/1967 (9 negatives)
77 Bangkok Miscellaneous Scenes, 5/1967 (5 negatives)
78 Bangkok, Dancers, Party, Armed Services Day, 5/1967 (35 negatives)
79 Bangkok Floating Market, 5/1967 (35 negatives)
80 Thailand Foreign Minister, 5/1967 (4 negatives)
81 Hong Kong, 5/1967 (7 negatives)
82 Nikko Shrine, Also Railroad Trip Japan, 5/1967 (18 negatives)
83 Japan, Foreign Minster etc., 5/1967 (29 negatives)
84 Tokyo, Night Pic, Subway, Stores, Palace, 5/1967 (18 negatives)
85 Honolulu, Night Shots, Temple, Adm. Smart, 5/1967 (15 negatives)
86 Hawaii, Miscellaneous Scenes, 5/1967 (24 negatives)

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