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Title: Hatton-Eielson Museum

Dates: ca. 1905-1928

Collection Number: 00121

Quantity: 34 items

Abstract: Images of Hatton, farming, carriages, wagons, and automobiles, and Carl Ben Eielson in a parade.

Provenance: The State Historical Society of North Dakota borrowed this collection to make copies from the Hatton-Eielson Museum in March 1987.

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

Copyright: 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 name, number, and the State Historical Society of North Dakota in all footnote and bibliographic references.

PHOTOGRAPHS INVENTORY

00121-01              Crowd on the platform of the Great Northern Depot, Hatton, N.D.
00121-02              Elevators and train, Hatton, N.D.
00121-03              Front Street looking north, Hatton, N.D.
00121-04              Birds Eye View of Hatton, N.D.
00121-05              High School, Hatton, N.D. postcard by Fred C. Lounsberry 1908
00121-06              Main Street looking south, Hatton, N.D.
00121-07              Hatton, N.D. postcard ca. 1908
00121-08              7th Street looking west, Hatton, N.D.
00121-09              Carl Ben Eielson home, Hatton, N.D. postcard by Gaylor, Grand Forks
00121-10              Crowd in the streets of Hatton, N.D. ca. 1905
00121-11              Crowd and band in the streets of Hatton, N.D., possibly July 4th
00121-12              Lewis Tollefson family in an automobile ca. 1910: Olga, Stella, Cora Claire, Alice, Louise, Lewis, Sonova, Ruth, Hannah, Lester, Tom, and Tiny the Dog
00121-13              The Gullick Wastvedts in their 1912 Cadillac: Henry, Father, Bessie, Gilman, Randine, Mother, Aasta, and Ida
00121-14              Two automobiles and a motorcycle
00121-15              Group of people, and six automobiles
00121-16 - 19      Groups with automobiles
00121-20              Man driving horse drawn sleigh
00121-21              Same as 00121-01
00121-22              Man driving horse drawn wagon
00121-23              Two women and a child in a horse drawn carriage
00121-24              Four men in a horse drawn wagon by the Hatton elevator
00121-25              Man in a horse drawn wagon
00121-26              Horses pulling wagons
00121-27              Two carriages outside a claim shack
00121-28              Sven Green, first motorized oil delivery in Hatton
00121-29              Carl Ben Eielson in his homecoming parade in Hatton, N.D. 1928
00121-30              Two people in an automobile
00121-31              Boy on a bicycle
00121-32              Towing a car: Burnhard Bjerke, Johnnie Bjerke, Alfred Penam, J. Edwin or myself, Paul Ness, Oscar Ness
00121-33              Newburgh Township harvest scene
00121-34              Karen Beatta Hegge age 5, daughter of Eric Hegge ca. 1920

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