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Title: Lulah Cavileer
               
Dates: ca. 1910-1920s

Collection Number: 00059

Quantity: 27 items

Abstract: Photographs of Lulah (Lulu) Cavileer, Dr. Howard Simpson, George F. Forester, a monument at Pembina (N.D.), an unidentified pontoon bridge and Fort Garry, Manitoba.
               
Provenance: The provenance of this collection is unknown.

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:       
MSS 10022 Lulah Cavileer
MSS 20778 Charles Cavileer

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH
Lulah Belle Cavileer was born March 26, 1864, to Charles Turner Cavileer and Isabelle (Murray) Cavileer. Lulah was born at Kildouene (Kildonan), near Winnipeg, although her parents had established residence at Pembina, Dakota Territory. Educated at Pembina, then St. John’s Academy at Winnipeg, and finally at Carleton College in Northfield, MN, Ms. Cavileer specialized at painting and voice culture. Lulah Cavileer was a member of the Episcopal Church at Pembina for many years. She had four siblings, Sarah, who died in infancy, Edmund Kittson, William McMurray, and Albert Donald Cavileer. Lulah Cavileer passed away September 5, 1930, in Winnipeg, after treatment for cancer. She was survived by her brother, Albert, proprietor of the Cavalier Hotel, where Lulah spent the later years of her life.

PARTIAL INVENTORY

00059-00001       Dr. Howard Simpson                      
00059-00002       Two women sitting on steps leading up to monument, Pembina (N.D.) 
00059-00003       Unidentified
00059-00004       Unidentified
00059-00005       Unidentified
00059-00006       Unidentified
00059-00007       Unidentified
00059-00008       Man and woman in front of a two story house                  
00059-00009       Two women and man in front of a two story house                        
00059-00010       Unidentified
00059-00011       Unidentified
00059-00012       Unidentified
00059-00013       George F. Forester, 1924
00059-00014       Unidentified
00059-00015       Unidentified
00059-00016       Unidentified
00059-00017       Unidentified
00059-00018       Fort Garry, Manitoba    
00059-00019       Unidentified
00059-00020       Unidentified
00059-00021       Unidentified
00059-00022       Unidentified
00059-00023       Unidentified
00059-00024       Unidentified
00059-00025       Pontoon Bridge, ca. 1910-1920
00059-00026       Lulah (Lulu) Cavileer                      
00059-00027       Lulah (Lulu) Cavileer                      

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