The Wilson Store and residence in Maine, Minnesota. A picket fence is front of the house and a large tree grows between the store and house. There is a sign in the store window advertising the "The Lanpher Hat" (made by the Lanpher, Skinner and Copmany, located in St. Paul, Minnesota).
Water sports during Dominion Day celebration in Rainy River, Ontario. A crowd of men, women, and children stand on a dock. Multiple boats are in the river. Buildings and a water tower can be seen in the background.
Six men stand on a dock with dozens of fish they caught during a two hour fishing trip on Lake Vermillion. Three boats are tied to the dock. A building, possibly a boat house, sits in the water of the left. Small islands full of trees are in the background.
The train depot in Underwood. The depot is on the left-hand side, two trains on two sets of tracks are in the middle, and another building in on the right. A crowd of people stand in front of the depot.
A group portrait of four children and two men, standing in a line. They all face to left with their hands on the shoulders of the person to the left. Left to right stands Henry Bjornstad, Ida Bjornstad, John Bjornstad, Sophia Bjornstad, Thomas Bjornaas, and Ed Olson. They all stand near some trees. The two men and two boys wear hats.
Thomas Bjornaas, standing at right, and Conrad Nes, standing at left, pose with two deed dear and looking down at the deer. They both are holding rifles. There is snow on the ground and the two men are both dressed warmly.
A steam powered tractor made by the Geiser Manufacturing Company in Waynesboro, Pennsylvania sits outside of an industrial building. On the back of the photograph is inscribed, "J. I. Case Co. - Edmund Probstfield agent." The J. I. Case Company was a threshing machine company.
Sioux Indian Camp at White Earth on June 14, 1910. White Earth is located within the White Earth Indian Reservation (Gaa-waabaabiganikaag) and is home to the White Earth Nation, also known as the Anishinaabe.
A boat named "Sally" floats next to a dock on Lake Vermillion. Two men stand on the boat. A group of six men and two women stand on the dock. Three of the men hold several fish. Several glass beer bottles are also on the deck.
The R.R. Timer Co. store in winter. Five men stand in front of the store. Large icicles hand off of the side of the store's roof. The store is made out of logs. Snow covers a pile of wood in front of the store.