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Title: Patterson Hotel

Dates: 1860s-1950s

Collection Number: 00070

Quantity: 178 items

Abstract: Prints and post cards of the interiors and exteriors of the Patterson Hotel, McKenzie Hotel, Soo Hotel , Northwest Hotel and other buildings in downtown Bismarck, farm scenes, riverboats, prize fighters, North Dakota National Guard in 1899, and portraits. Images by David F. Barry, Holmboe Brothers, Andreas Risem, W. H. DeGraff, Butler Studio, and A. E. Boyce.

Provenance: The State Historical Society of North Dakota Museum purchased these photographs along with many other items at the Patterson Auction November 19-21, 1976. The photographs were then transferred to the State Archives.

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.

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:
10989 Edward G. Patterson Papers

INVENTORY

00070-001 Print of group of men and women standing around an impromptu bar with flag bunting that says “Whisky Gulch…” ca. 1930s

00070-002 Patterson Hotel Dining Room Employees Nov 19, 1931

00070-003 Print of part of an elaborate Patterson Hotel billboard ca. 1930s-1940s. Photographer: Andreas Risem, Bismarck

00070-004 Sepia-toned print of Peacock Alley bar ca. mid-late 1930s. Photographer: Andreas Risem, Bismarck

00070-005 Print of Peacock Alley interior ca. mid-late 1930s Photographer: Andreas Risem

00070-006 Photo post card of McKenzie Hotel under construction, 1910. Photographer A. E. Boyce, Bismarck

00070-007 Print of Patterson Hotel billboard probably along Highway 10 near Fargo ca. late 1930s

00070-008 Print of Patterson Hotel billboard probably along Highway 10 near Jamestown ca. late 1930s

00070-009 Color post card of completed McKenzie Hotel probably before 1914

00070-010 Two men in chairs smoking possibly in hotel lobby. Photographer Holmboe Studio, Bismarck & Mandan

00070-011 Print of Patterson Hotel barber shop with three chairs and three barbers

00070-012 Print of decorated hallway connecting Peacock Alley and Patterson Hotel lobby ca. mid-late 1930s. Photographer: Andreas Risem

00070-013 Print of Peacock Alley interior ca. late 1930s. Photographer: Andreas Risem, Bismarck

00070-014 Print interior of unidentified hotel lobby

00070-016 Print from post card of Patterson and Soo Hotels with false Patterson Annex sign above

00070-017 Color print of front and side of Patterson Hotel 1950s

00070-018 Print of McKenzie Dairy Lunch interior located in north part of building next to Soo Hotel ca. 1911

00070-019 Print of Peacock Alley interior ca. late 1930s. Photographer: Andreas Risem, Bismarck

00070-020 Engraving of McKenzie Hotel dining room

00070-021 Print of Patterson Hotel kitchen ca. 1930s. Photographer: Andreas Risem

00070-022 Roof Garden at the McKenzie Hotel. People sitting at tables.

00070-023 group of men, some seated at table, others standing

00070-024 Front and side of Patterson Hotel early 1960s. Photographer: Bernard Weinreich, Bismarck

00070-025 roof of Patterson Hotel

00070-026 Print from halftone engraving of the Roof Garden at the McKenzie Hotel. View toward north end of roof with capitol building in the distance. People dancing and sitting at tables. ca. 1920-21

00070-027 Print of 5-piece band dressed in tuxedos “Roof Garden atop McKenzie” ca. 1920

00070-028 Patterson Hotel interior with tables and chairs

00070-029 Print of Patterson Block and Capitol Theater with old marquee ca. 1931. Photographer: Rembrandt Studio, Bismarck

00070-030 Patterson Hotel lobby. Photographer: Severy, Fargo

00070-031 Front of Peacock Alley & Bar “Eat”. Photographer: Andreas Risem, Bismarck

00070-032 Patterson Hotel lobby. Photographer: Severy, Fargo

00070-033 Peacock Alley to Bar & Grill sign at entrance. Photographer: Andreas Risem, Bismarck

00070-034 interior view of Peacock Alley leaded glass windows. Photographer: Severy, Fargo

00070-035 Patterson Hotel lobby. Photographer: Severy, Fargo

00070-036 Patterson Hotel lobby. Photographer: Severy, Fargo

00070-037 Patterson Hotel lobby. Photographer: Severy, Fargo

00070-038 Print of Patterson Hotel barber shop with six chairs and six barbers

00070-039 Patterson Hotel interior. Photographer, Severy, Fargo

00070-040 Patterson Block showing W. O’Hara Groceries and Meats and B. E. Jones Druggist

00070-041 Alexander McKenzie in Lobby of Northwest Hotel Bismarck (ND) Apr 1896

00070-042 Interior store Patterson Hotel

00070-043 Print of McKenzie Hotel dining room with cloth covered tables, napkins, silver sugar bowls, creamers, etc. ca. 1911

00070-044 Patterson Hotel ca. 1930

00070-045 Print of McKenzie Hotel exterior ca. 1911

00070-046 Print of north side of Main looking northwest from Bismarck Grocery roof ca. mid-late 1930s. Photographer: Andreas Risem

00070-047 Color print on card stock of peacock and woman dressed in peacock feathers

00070-048 Patterson Hotel under construction

00070-049 Print of “By Heck” (hard times) party at the McKenzie Hotel Feb. 21, 1919 people standing

00070-050 Print of “By Heck” (hard times) party at the McKenzie Hotel Feb. 21, 1919 people sitting on floor

00070-051 Print of Room 200, Patterson’s personal apartment in McKenzie Hotel ca. 1911. Photographer: Holmboe Brothers, Mandan

00070-052 Hotel room in McKenzie Hotel

00070-053 Print of Patterson Block showing Capitol Theater with modern marquee ca. early 1940s. Photographer: Andreas Risem

00070-054 Print of McKenzie Hotel dining room with a large number of men and women at tables, possibly a banquet ca. 1911. Photographer: Holmboe Brothers, Mandan

00070-055 Print of McKenzie Hotel kitchen ca. 1911. Photographer: Holmboe Brothers

00070-056 Men seated at table in McKenzie Hotel dining room. Photographer: Holmboe, Bismarck-Mandan

00070-057 Color photo post card of front and side of Soo Hotel ca. 1910

00070-058 Sepia-toned print of Sheridan House being dismantled in 1900 prior to being moved east across 5th Street (2 photos, slightly different)

00070-059 Sepia-toned print with same scene as above with large dog attacking small white dog

00070-060 Sepia-toned print of group of immigrant women and their baggage on platform in front of Sheridan House ca. 1890s (2 photos, slightly different)

00070-061 00070-058 Sepia-toned print of Sheridan House being dismantled in 1900 prior to being moved east across 5th Street (2 photos, slightly different)

00070-062 Sepia-toned print of man holding small white dog on leash as two other men look on, on the platform in front of the Sheridan House, Bismarck ca. 1890s

00070-063 00070-060 Sepia-toned print of group of Ukrainian immigrant women and their baggage on platform in front of Sheridan House ca. 1890s (2 photos, slightly different) Photographer: Hiram H. Wilcox

00070-064 Print of front of Soo Hotel when it was known as the Patterson Annex ca. mid-late 1930s. Photographer: Andreas Risem, Bismarck

00070-065 Contact print showing original portion of Dakota Territory Capitol under construction in Bismarck, probably during winter 1882-83. Copied by Andreas Risem

00070-066 Color post card of Northwest Hotel with signs proclaiming it NPL headquarters. ca. 1917-1921

00070-067 Print portrait of elderly gentleman, could be Dr. O. Wellington Archibald. Photographer: John M. Kuhn, St. Paul

00070-068 Print of unidentified couples in front of log cabin in wooded setting. Sign over door reads “Camp Bismarck”

00070-069 Portrait of seated young Asian man and little girl. Photographer: Aiko Studio Seattle Wash

00070-070 Print of Ed and Agatha Patterson on back of railroad passenger car. Reverse reads “Leaving Thomasville Georgia 1900”

00070-071 Snapshot of Ed Patterson as an elderly man with another man in front of window ca. 1940s

00070-072 Print portrait of Edward G. Patterson ca. 1915-1920

00070-073 Print portrait of Edward G. Patterson ca. 1890s-1900. Photographer: W. H. DeGraff, Bismarck

00070-074 Sepia-toned print full length portrait of Agatha Patterson dressed in shabby clothes, possibly for Hard Times party ca. 1890s. Photographer: A. E. Boyce, Bismarck

00070-075 Portrait of Ed Patterson with shaved head ca. 1900

00070-076 Sepia-toned print full length portrait of young girl in ballerina costume. Butler Studio, Bismarck

00070-077a Ed Patterson posed as a boxer in tights

00070-077b “Tiger” Flowers World’s Middle Weight Champion; Walk Miller, Manager; “Old Folks,” trainer

00070-078 Autographed print of Jack Dempsey made to Ed Patterson

00070-079 Autographed print of prize fighter, Jack Gibbons. Photographer: R & M Bull, St. Paul

00070-080a Photo post card of ring and crowd at prize fight

00070-080b Vince Dundee boxer

00070-081 Print of prize fighter James J. Braddock

00070-082a & b Jack Gibbons boxer

00070-083a & b Mike Gibbons boxer. Photographer: R & M Bull, St. Paul

00070-084 Autographed print of prize fighter, Johnny Simpson

00070-085 Autographed print of Paul Adlis, boxer 2-28-36 Mpls. Minn.

00070-086 Print of prize fighter Bob Fitzsimmons in ring regalia

00070-087a Print of boxer Paul Berlenbach

00070-087b Print of boxer Kid Chocolate

00070-088 Photo post card “Jeffries Entering the Tin” Photographer Dana S.F.

00070-089 Portrait of boxer Ed Patterson. Photographer: Sprague, Cleveland, Ohio

00070-090 Mrs. Agatha G. Patterson full length portrait. Photographer: Butler, Bismarck

00070-091 Mrs. Agatha G. Patterson full length portrait. Wearing $400 imported dress: all lace and chiffon flowers were handmade. Skirt had three layers, colors were pale yellow, rose and green. Crushed belt made of three colors of satin ribbon. Wearing a diamond brooch on a necklace. The brooch is an elks head surrounded by a ring of large diamonds. Photographer: Butler, Bismarck

00070-092 Print of two men with bulls in front of barn (2 similar photos)

00070-093 Print of cattle herd in pasture with E. G. Patterson in buggy and a man on horseback

00070-094 Print of cattle herd in pasture with E. G. Patterson in buggy and a man on horseback

00070-095 Print of young pigs in front of a shed, two men, and a wagon

00070-096 Sepia-toned print of unidentified steamboat on Columbia River probably in Oregon. Photographer: Gifford & Hale, Portland

00070-097 Print of small cattle herd in pasture (2 similar photos)

00070-098 Print of men, women and children in farm yard with E. G. Patterson buggy in background

00070-099 Print of large hogs and a man in front of a shed

00070-100 Print of chicken coop and yard with large barn in background. Photographer: Holmboe Studio, Bismarck

00070-101 Print of two men with bulls in front of barn (2 similar photos)

00070-102 Print of small farmstead with house, silo, barn, windmill, cattle herd and several men

00070-103 Print of man holding large Hereford bull “John Jacob Astor”

00070-104 Print of group of men and women around large Hereford bull “John Jacob Astor” in front of shed

00070-105 Print of a large white rooster. Holmboe Studio

00070-106 Print of large barn and silo with cattle in foreground

00070-107 Print of heifer out of Oxford Lad’s Lady Lena. Sire: Golden Lads ? Sultan. Dropped 12-20-14

00070-108 Print of speckled chicken

00070-109 Print of white chicken

00070-110 Print of poultry house at Patterson farm east of Bismarck

00070-111 Sepia-toned print portrait of unidentified middle-aged man with glasses, moustache, dark suit and tie. Photographer: Sweet

00070-112 Print full length portrait of Agatha Patterson. Photographer: Holmboe, Bismarck

00070-113 View of troops (possible NDNG) marching down Market St. in San Francisco in 1899on their return from the Philippines.

00070-114 Print of troops marching in column in downtown San Francisco 1899

00070-115 Print of troops marching in column in downtown San Francisco 1899

00070-116 two soldiers holding flags in front of tents 1899

00070-117 Print of troops marching in column in downtown San Francisco 1899

00070-118 Print of troops marching in column in downtown San Francisco 1899. Photographer: R. J. Waters, San Francisco

00070-119 Print of road under construction, possibly near Bismarck, with a long line of wagons, three unidentified men and a small child. Photographer: Holmboe Studio, Bismarck

00070-120 Print of Missouri River steamboat Josephine while in use as a government snagboat ca. 1870s-1880s

00070-121 Group portrait of men wearing ribbons on their lapels. Photographer: Edward A. Bromley, Minneapolis

00070-122 Copy print of four men posed in a photo studio ca. 1860s-1870s

00070-123 Sepia-tone print of clown, Charles L. Davis. Photographer: Robinson & Roe Chicago

00070-124 Print portrait of unidentified man with mustache in derby hat sitting on studio settee with a dog in his lap. Photographer: W. H. DeGraff, Bismarck

00070-125 Sepia-toned print portrait of elderly gentleman in dark suit, white tie, white hair and mustache. Butler Studio, Bismarck

00070-126 Print of unidentified man in dark suit with hat and cane standing beside a tree.

00070-127 Photo post card of unidentified woman in formal white dress

00070-128 Photo prints of “Citizen’s Ticket”

00070-129 Print of seven African American children in front of log shanty and older woman on doorway. Photographer: Moller’s, Thomasville, GA

00070-130 Print of African American family on and alongside a cart drawn by an ox. Two men and a wooded area in background. Photographer: Moller’s, Thomasville, GA

00070-131 Copy print of Chief Gall. Photo by David Barry

00070-132 Officers and enlisted men in front of conical tents. Boardwalk and railroad track in foreground

00070-133 two story wood frame house with debris in front yard and clothes on line, possible flood

00070-134 Portrait of James Foley. Photographer: Morrison, Chicago

00070-135 unidentified portrait of man with moustache, hat, bow tie. “Brown 1907”

00070-136 Two women and four men outside passenger rail car. Reverse reads “Gov Special at Spokane”

00070-137 Two men each holding a rooster. “Patterson’s Bird Won”

00070-138 Dining room with table set

00070-139 Robert Wadlow, the world’s tallest man, compared to his father, Harold Franklin Wadlow

00070-140 Three women, two girls and a man seated on rocks. “Top of Mt Franklin El Paso Tex Jany 15-1905”

00070-141 Photo funeral card for James Bannon “died March 6, 1938, Bismarck”

00070-142 Portrait of a man “Bailey Fuller.” Photographer: New Garden Studio, Fargo

00070-143 Celia Conway. Photographer: W. H. DeGraff, Bismarck

00070-144 Photo post card view looking southeast to Monarch Coal and Occident Elevators

00070-145 Photo post card view looking southeast from corner of 6th and Broadway showing monument works

00070-146 Photo post card of downtown Bismarck from the top of the McKenzie Hotel looking northwest ca. 1920

00070-147 Photo post card of residential Bismarck from top of the McKenzie Hotel looking north up 5th St. ca. 1920

00070-148 Photo post card of crowds on Bismarck Northern Pacific platform ca. 1913-19

00070-149 Photo post card of crowds on Bismarck Northern Pacific platform ca. 1913-19

00070-150 Man leaning hand against tree

00070-151 Print of north side of Main St Bismarck looking east from 4th St. ca. 1880-1890s

00070-152 Panoramic print of downtown Bismarck following the major fires of August 1898. View toward northeast from second floor or roof at southwest corner of 3rd and Main.

00070-153 Print of Bismarck Post Office interior, sorting equipment and workers

00070-154 Portrait of seated woman. Photographer: Butler, Bismarck

00070-155 Portrait of N. G. Young 1906

00070-156 Hotel Northwest “League Headquarters”

00070-157 Print of Corwin Motor Co. warehouse on E. Broadway July 1923

00070-158 Print of livery stable “1/2 blcok north of Red Trail on 2nd Street” July 1923

00070-159 Print of rear of new Laskin Block corner of 5th & Main “in fire limits Modern Jungle”

00070-160 Print of property across from Copelin Motor ‘kitty-corner’ from new Hughes block
July 1923

00070-161 Across the street from the $20000 Auditorium in fire limits July 1923

00070-162 Print of wagons in front of buildings “vacant lot between Bryans Barn on 8th St. & Bertsch warehouse showing accumulation of rubbish and junk” July 1923

00070-163 Print of “burned barn in block east of International Harvester Co.” July 1923

00070-164 Print of frame building “Next to City Hall & across street from courthouse known as Bootlegger’s Paradise” July 1923

00070-165 Print looking northeast at west side of Hughes building under construction at corner of Broadway and 2nd St.

00070-166 Print looking southwest at fire damaged ruins of brick building at southwest corner of Main and 3rd St. “a menace to public life in fire limits” July 1923

00070-167 Looking towards Soo Depot from 7th St rear of Business College & across alley July 1923

00070-168 Print of front view of Hoaglund Est building on 5th St. next to Fire Marshal’s property July 1923

00070-169 Portrait of Alexander McKenzie. Photographer: John M. Kuhn, St. Paul

00070-170 Portrait of elderly gentleman with long white beard. Photographer: Shields & Welch, Mandan

00070-171 Full length portrait of Ed Patterson in fur coat and hat

00070-172 stairs Patterson Hotel

00070-173 decorative cornice Patterson Hotel

00070-174 lobby Patterson Hotel

00070-175 decorative stonework on Patterson Hotel exterior

00070-176 leaded glass windows Patterson Hotel

00070-177 empty room – ballroom?

00070-178 Peacock Alley view from above

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