Photograph of the memorial bouquets and wreaths from Sam K. Halvorson's funeral. One wreath features a ribbon which reads, "Father." Bolow a photographic portrait of Halvorson is a bracket which reads, "At Rest."
The photograph shows a parade on Harrison Avenue heading north (now North Johnson Avenue) with a group of women marching in the front. A line of cars follows the women. Also shown are the fronts of a lodging house, E. H. Cormontan's Drug Store, and a business called Wellen's, among others.
The postcard shows men parading down Harrison Avenue (now North Johnson Avenue) with a wagon decorated in flags and bunting in downtown Fosston. Stores lining the street include S.K. Halvorson Flour and Feed, Lyceum Opera House, and Jens Bengaard Harness, Shoes and Trunks.
"Your company is requested at a Cake Walk Party and Social Dance to be given at the Opera House, Fosston, Friday evening, Jan. 19th, 1900. Dancing at 9 o'clock sharp. Gentlemen's tickets, 50 cents. Herbert Mark, Richard Bakke, Robert Gwynne - Committee."
The teacher and students of Lade School are shown lined up outside the school building. A label attached to the framed photograph reads: "Lade School, Dist. 187. Teacher, Jessie Fagerstrom. From left: Carl Tilberg, John Aamold, Wm. (William) Johnson, Haldan Lade, Emil Lund, Selmer Sand, Serander Tilberg, Ingvald Lade, Selmer Paulson, Sebjorn Lade, Melvin Myhre, Selma Tilberg, Peter Myhre, Gideon Hermanson, Alma Hermanson, George Tilberg, Josephine Myhre, Miss Fagerstrom, Esther Nylin, Selma Lund, Alma Olson. 1902."
This panorama photograph is taken from the top of a grain elevator, looking north from near the intersection of First Street and Davis Avenue. The image shows railroad tracks, grain elevators, the water tower, the Fosston Woolen Mills, and the High Shool. The High School was built in 1905 and burned down in 1913. The image also shows residences and other buildings of the town of Fosston.
Included in the montage are pictures of the water tower (upper center), the high school (center right); Fosston Hospital (lower right), Fosston Woolen Mills (lower left), and the S.S. Stadsvold Fosston Elevator and Flouring Mills (center left). A hadwritten note on the back says, ""The village fathers and hangers on, and saloon keepers and their bartenders, as well as a few structures, about 1905 in the Village of Fosston.""
Studio portrait of Dr. H. Slippern who practiced medicine in Fosston, Minnesota, 1904-1909. Handwritten on the back: "Dr. Slippern, Fosston, MN. Dr. Allen Sather (Norman's father) bought Dr. Slippern's medical practice in 1909. Dr. Slippern left for Poulsbo, Wash. Died there, 1947, 84 yrs old."