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Box 68

1 Paste-ups for publications and cut lines on well drilling, production wells, oil producers, and oil rigs, also 1 sleeved photograph; 10 items total.
2 12 newspaper copies and 3 clippings about oil and oil wells. One Nostalgia article by Bill Shemorry titled “Queen City celebrates now; it celebrated then” published Sept. 2, 1981. Also a letter and envelope from M. Greengard of Fargo to Bill Shemorry with a newspaper article about Shemorry published in the Fargo Forum in 1996, and three photographs.
3 1 photograph of the Black Diamond Coal Mine near Williston, N.D. (from Mrs. Ole Bryn)
4 18 Oil and misc. sleeved prints
5 14 sleeved prints; piece of envelope says 4 Old Pautorium Saw Krwosha (?) 2 Epping Dam, 1 Hanum (?) Pool, 1 Epping Church Choir, Aerials – 1 – Wheelock, 2 – Ray, 1 Williston, Sup + Having greets lauadim (?), School people.
6 13 sleeved oil and people prints (print 68-6-2 matches 4x5” neg 28-168-10; Print 68-6-4 matches 4x5” neg 28-168-6; Print 68-6-10 crop of negative 28-21-2)
7 22 sleeved prints on oil wells, other buildings and the mechanics of oil drilling
8 5 items total including 1 screened negative of an oil well, 2 screened prints, 1 notepad, and a cutline and diagram of a cable tool (percussion) drilling rig.
9 14 sleeved miscellaneous prints most dealing with Williston (Print 68-9-1 matches 4x5” negative 32B-36-2; Print 68-9-2 matches 4x5” negative 32B-2-3 and print 73-7-44)
10 30 sleeved prints dealing with oil (print 68-10-1 matches 4x5” neg 28-85; Print
68-10-7 crop of negative 28-194-3; print 68-10-6 crop of negative 28-194-1)
11 22 oil related and Williston sleeved prints

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