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This Day in History – July 14, 1923

This Day in History – July 14, 1923

This Day In History, July 14, 1923 – Flying Circus comes to town. . . .  from the 125th Anniversary Calendar of Jamestown History.  Ad: The Tribune, Dillion MT. Photo: Minnesota Flyer. Federated Flyers Flying Circus opens at Fair Grounds...

 

This Day in History – July 8, 1907

This Day in History – July 8, 1907

This Day In History, July 8, 1907 – New Jamestown City Hall approved. . . .  from the 125th Anniversary Calendar of Jamestown History. . .  Photo from Stutsman County Museum . . .   City Auditor John G. Bensch authorized to advertise...

 

This Day in History – July 6, 1936

This Day in History – July 6, 1936

This Day In History, July 6, 1936 – Jamestown swelters under the heat wave of 1936. . . .  from the 125th Anniversary Calendar of Jamestown History.  Photo: Minnesota Historical Society – heat wave forced Midwesterners to sleep outside. City...

 

This Day in History – June 26, 1924

This Day in History – June 26, 1924

This Day In History, June 26, 1924 – Dinehart Garage is open for business. . . .  from the 125th Anniversary Calendar of Jamestown History. Photo: North Dakota State Archives. Dinehart garage on the corner of Sixth Ave North and Front Street...

 

This Day in History – June 24, 1885

This Day in History – June 24, 1885

This Day In History, June 24, 1885 – The Circus comes to Jamestown. . . .  from the 125th Anniversary Calendar of Jamestown History. A gala day in Jamestown and for the thousands of people of the streets for the Sells Brother Circus and...

 

This day in History – June 18, 1872

This day in History – June 18, 1872

This Day In History, June 18, 1872 – Fort Sykes Becomes Fort Cross. . . .  from the 125th Anniversary Calendar of Jamestown History & Fortwiki.com. Camp Sykes (Jamestown) officially becomes Fort Cross and is established by Special order...

 

This Day in History – June 17, 1944

This Day in History – June 17, 1944

This Day in History – June 17, 1944 – Roller skating to be held tonight at Franklin School Gymnasium. Free for those with skates . . . . From the 125th Anniversary Calendar of Jamestown History Photo – artist rendering of...

 

This Day in History – June 15, 1883

This Day in History – June 15, 1883

This Day In History, June 15, 1883 – supplies and tobacco at the post office. . . .  from the 125th Anniversary Calendar of Jamestown History and Images of America: Jamestown. A. W. Kelley, the Postmaster, will sell entire stock of books,...

 

This Day in History – June 10, 1988

This Day in History – June 10, 1988

This Day In History, June 10, 1988 – Death of Louie L’Amour. . . .  from the 125th Anniversary Calendar of Jamestown History & Wikipedia Louis L’Amour dies in California. Born here in Jamestown in 1908.  Louis L’Amour’s...

 

This Day In History – June 4, 1894

This Day In History – June 4, 1894

Spirtwood Lake ND – On June 4, 1894 – Anderson & Arms had completed their new steamer – “The America” –  for Spiritwood Lake operation.     ************* from the 125th Anniversary Calendar...

 
 
 
 

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