Broadway looking North , Fargo, N.D.Date of Original1927?DescriptionView looking north on Broadway during a busy time of day. There are numerous automobiles as well as two streetcars.1880, Headquarters Hotel in Fargo View of the Headquarters Hotel taken from near the corner of Broadway and Front Street (Main Avenue) looking northwest.1922,Elevated view looking down First Avenue with buildings on both sides of street visible. In distance is the International Harvester building. On right side is the Donaldson Hotel with automobilesearly 1900's_Looking West on Front street (now main Ave.)Fargo: Past and PresentN.P. Ave. looking west, 1929  500 block of N.P. Avenue, with numerous automobiles and a street railroad car visible. Some business signs visible are Webster Hotel, Webster Cafe, American Chow Mein CafFargo after fire, 1893, looking up Broadway from near Main Avenue.Elevated view looking north up Broadway showing ruins after fire of June 7, 1893. Visible in the image is the Northern Pacific railroa1924Construction of facade of Herbst Department Store from across street, showing lower part of building front completed while other interior space exposed. Parked in front is a truck and automobile.View looking north on Broadway, taken in the 400 block. Visible is the Empire Tavern on the left and the Ford Motor Company building on the right. The Great Northern Railroad crossingWoodrowPeople help shovel out a trolley in the middle of Broadway in FargoHeadquarters Hotel702 service on N.P. AvenueBroadway and 1stRobert Street and 1st Avenue. Gardner had an opening through the building before air conditioner.Fargo TheatreWorld War II soldiers at Great Northern Depot_A large number of soldiers in uniform standing on railroad platform at the Great Northern Depot, Fargo, N.D.View looking north on Broadway from the intersection with 1st Avenue No., showing the east side of the street. Business signs visible are, W. O. Olsen Furniture, J. Roen & Co. Millinery, and Ideal TheExterior of the brick library building. The building is designed with arched windows and the names of prominent authors on the frieze. Names visible on the frieze include Homer, Plato, Dante, Milton,1930's_A Dutch Maid Ice Cream delivery truck parked in front of the store located at 13 8th Street S.