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Title: Job V. Harrison
Dates: ca. 1890-1915

Collection Number: 00009

Quantity: 28 items

Abstract: Images taken in and around Devils Lake (N.D.) and some unidentified states by Job V. Harrison. Subjects include: homestead shack, school children, Job V. Harrison in sailboat in Devils Lake, Rock Island Steamer, Swimming, Minnie H Steamboat, Chautauqua celebration, war veterans, threshing, straw burner, tar paper shack, Métis, surveyors, Buick automobile, hunting, Fort Totten Indians, A. R. Bragg Mississippi River, Watson sisters burlesque poster.

Provenance: The Job V. Harrison papers were transferred to the State Historical Society of North Dakota by the North Dakota Game and Fish Department in approximately 1964.

Property Rights: The State Historical Society of North Dakota owns the property rights to this collection.
Copyrights: Copyrights to materials in this collection remain with the donor, publisher, author, or author's heirs.  Researchers should consult the 1976 Copyright Act, Public Law 94-553, Title 17, U.S. Code and an archivist at this repository if clarification of copyright requirements is needed.
Access: This collection is open under the rules and regulations of the State Historical Society of North Dakota.
Citation: Researchers are requested to cite the collection title, collection number, and the State Historical Society of North Dakota in all footnote and bibliographic references.

Related Collections:
32105 Game and Fish. Information and Education Division. Slides, Prints and Negatives.  


Job V. Harrison was born September 12, 1873 at Boone, Indiana. He came to Lakewood (N.D.) in 1910 where he worked as a photographer, then as a carpenter and painter. Harrison died in March 1955.

00009-00001        Job Vincent Harrison as a young man, Rensselaer (Ind.), ca. 1890
00009-00002        J. V. Harrison and studio, Rock Lake (N.D.), ca. 1910
00009-00003        J. V. Harrison showing pictures to schoolchildren in Devils Lake (N.D.), ca. 1910
00009-00004        Sailboat on Devils Lake (N.D.), ca. 1910
00009-00005        Rowboat on Devils Lake (N.D.), ca. 1910
00009-00006        The steamer "Rock Island" at dock, Devils Lake (N.D.), ca. 1910
00009-00007        Family groups on pier and in water, Devils Lake (N.D.), ca. 1910
00009-00008        The steamer Minnie H, Devils Lake (N.D.), ca. 1910
00009-00009        Spanish American War Veterans at Chautauqua Celebration, Devils Lake (N.D.), ca. 1910
00009-00010        Threshing crew with straw burner, North Dakota, ca. 1910
00009-00011        Crew with straw burner threshing machine, North Dakota, ca. 1910
00009-00012        Men horsing around outside homestead shack, North Dakota, ca. 1910
00009-00013        Sod house and barn, Devils Lake (N.D.), ca. 1910
00009-00014        Family in front of tarpaper claim shack, Devils Lake (N.D.), ca. 1910
00009-00015        Log cabin near Devils Lake (N.D.), ca. 1910
00009-00016        Tarpaper shack, Devils Lake (N.D.), ca. 1905
00009-00018        Farm Family near Rock Lake (N.D.), ca.1910
00009-00019        Metis family and log cabin, Devils Lake (N.D.), ca. 1910
00009-00020        Surveying team near Devils Lake (N.D.), ca. 1910
00009-00021        Rock Lake General Store interior, Devils Lake (N.D.), ca. 1910
00009-00022        Children Punting, Devils Lake (N.D.), ca. 1910
00009-00023        Couple in early automobile, Devils Lake (N.D.), ca. 1915
00009-00024        Hunting Camp near Devils Lake (N.D.), ca. 1910
00009-00025        Hunting party, Devils Lake (N.D.), ca. 1915
00009-00026        Women in Indian camp, Fort Totten (N.D.), ca. 1910
00009-00027        The steamer A. R. Bragg, ca. 1910
00009-00028        Burlesque poster, Rensselaer (Ind.), ca. 1905

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