Fourth volume of Randolph M. Probstfield's personal journals, which he wrote in a ledger book. Probstfield began writing this volume in 1873, after he had settled at his farm in Oakport Township on the Red River. Probstfield mixed his accounting records with information on daily events. These accounts discuss weather, agriculture, visitors, household expenses and many other details of family life.
Stereoview of workers constructing a loading dock and railroad spur line to Seymour Sabin Warehouse and agricultural equipment assembly plant at Steamboat Levee on Red River in Moorhead. The Red River and the Steamboat "J. L. Grandin" is visible in the distance at extreme left. Moorhead's Point neighborhood visible in distance at right; view is to the north from the Moorhead side of the Red River.