1908. What a dump! Or so it seems to modern eyes. Our back is to Island Park and Front street; we’re looking up Broadway. Fargo seems to have completed the Arbitrary Leaning Pole Installation project - crossing guards, actually, meant to keep all that frantic traffic from crossing the tracks. The wires power the city's trolley car system, and in the center you can make out a street car in the distance, as well as two people walking in its path. On the left, the Lugar Furniture Company, which shows up in more Fargo post cards than any other firm, I think. It’s the only thing recognizable in the picture for some of us; Lugar survived long enough to be a childhood memory for people putting together websites a century after the picture was taken. If we turn to our left . . .