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Title: Marguerite Craig Oral History Photo Collection

Dates: 1892-1975

Collection Number: 00032-BU-18

Quantity: 18 items

Abstract: Photographs copied from personal collection of Marguerite Craig during her oral history interview in Bottineau (ND), Bottineau County. Interview is available on Oral History Tape #0091A & B in MSS 10157.

Provenance: The North Dakota Oral History Project was undertaken by Larry Sprunk, with the cooperation of the North Dakota American Revolution Bicentennial Commission, the North Dakota Farmers Union, and the State Historical Society of North Dakota. The primary objective of the North Dakota Oral History Project was to conduct oral tape recorded interviews with North Dakotans who lived through the state's history and who could speak of this history from a first-hand basis. Interviewees were photographed at the time of their interviews. In addition, the project borrowed over 6,000 historical photographs which were copied and added to the State Historical Society's collection. Many interviewees also donated family histories, documents, letters, ledgers, books, and artifacts.

Property Rights: The State Historical Society of North Dakota owns the property rights to this collection.

Copyrights: Copyrights to 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 or an archivist at this repository if clarification of copyright requirements is needed.

This collection is open under the rules and regulations of the State Historical Society of North Dakota.

Researchers are requested to cite the collection title, collection number, and the State Historical Society of North Dakota in all footnote and bibliographic references.

Photographs Inventory

00032-BU-18-01                Carvel and Harold Craig and with their colts "Bob" and “Sylvia” 1910
00032-BU-18-02                Craig dining room, Bottineau (ND) September 1975: Alexina, Marguerite, Viola, and Hugh Craig, and Margarite McCaughna
00032-BU-18-03                William Craig on a trip to Bottineau carrying a repaired tea kettle and some groceries
00032-BU-18-04                Dad Craig (William) leaving for trip to town
00032-BU-18-05                Mr. and Mrs. William Craig and sons Walter and Hugh on a visit to his farm home at Brampton, Ontario ca. 1892
00032-BU-18-06                Hugh McLeod Craig, William Burton Craig, and Walter Alexander Craig
00032-BU-18-07                Hugh, Viola, Mary, William, and Walter Craig ca. 1897-1898
00032-BU-18-08                Reginald, age 4 and Harold Craig age 1 February 4, 1904
00032-BU-18      09           Craig family portrait, Bottineau (ND) ca. 1905-1906: Hugh, Walter, Craig, Dad (William), Reginald, William, Mary, Mom (Mary Stewart), Viola, Harold, Alexina, and Carvel Craig                      
00032-BU-18-10                Walter Craig, oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. William Craig 1910
00032-BU-18-11                Viola, age 8, Mary, age 7, and Alexina Craig, age 3, February 4, 1904
00032-BU-18-12                Hugh, Walter and Bill Craig, February 4, 1904
00032-BU-18-13 – 14       Stewart and Craig Clan at William Craig’s farm July 11, 1907
00032-BU-18-15                Craig family, Bottineau, November 10, 1910: Mary, Hugh, Walter, William, Viola, Carvel, William, Sr., Alexina, Mary, Harold and Reginald        
00032-BU-18-16                Children of the six daughters and two sons of the Alexander Stewart Clan gathering at the William Craig farm July 11, 1907
00032-BU-18-17                William Craig and Stewart Craig (Mrs. W.)
00032-BU-18-18                Stewart girls and boys July 7, 1907: Ellen, Jennie, Jim, Bob, Mr. and Mrs. Alexander  Stewart, Kitty, Lizzie, Margaret, Mary, and Tina Stewart

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