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Title: Albert E. Dease

Dates: 1900-1959

Collection Number: 00135

Quantity: 36 images

Abstract: Images of Fargo, Leroy, Fort Totten, Grafton, Grand Forks, Neche, Pembina, and Williston.

The collection was donated to the State Historical Society of North Dakota by Albert E. Dease over a period of time between 1944 and 1969. These photographs were separated from MSS 10026.

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 Collection:
MSS 10026 Albert E. Dease


Alfred Dease was born to William and Margaret Genthon Dease at Point Coupee on the Red River October 30, 1858. He spent his boyhood in Manitoba and emigrated to Pembina County in October 1876, filing on a homestead near Leroy. He lived at the homestead until his death. Mr. Dease gained his U.S. citizenship in 1884. On February 9, 1880 he married Octavia Gingras, daughter of A. B. and Scholestique Trottjer Gingras of St. Boniface. They had six children: Hector, John, Albert, Mrs. Alexandre C. Genthon, Mrs. J. Champagne, and Mrs. W. D. J. McArthur.

Albert Edward Dease was born near Leroy, ND to Alfred and Octavia Dease on August 3, 1895. He farmed for several years, was a substitute Rural Mail Carrier on Route 1 Walhalla from 1923-1924, was a newspaper correspondent for the Winnipeg Tribune in 1925, worked at the Municipal Office of St. Vital, Manitoba and at Keewatin Lumber Co. in St. Boniface, Manitoba in 1927. He then worked for the Great Northern Railroad. He was married to Amanda Beaulieu of St. Norbert, Manitoba in 1926. They had seven children.
He moved to San Diego in 1969 and died there October 1, 1980.


00135-01              Yellowstone National Park          
00135-02              Yellowstone National Park          
00135-04              Fort Totten (ND) color post card January 19, 1909
00135-06              Neche (ND)       
00135-08              Interior Roman Catholic Church, Neche (ND)      
00135-09              Castle Rock in the Bad Lands (ND) 1913 
00135-10              Williston (ND)   
00135-11              Williston (ND)   
00135-12              Williston (ND)   
00135-13              St. Bernard's Academy, Grand Forks (ND)            
00135-14              Columbia Hotel, Grand Forks (ND)
00135-15              St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church, Grand Forks (ND)
00135-16              Baptist Church, Fargo (ND)
00135-17              Soldiers’ Monument at Island Park, Fargo (ND)
00135-18              William J. Kneeshaw, Pembina (ND)
00135-20              Harold P. Thompson
00135-22              Robert Carlson
00135-23              Theodore Bronstrom August 1959           
00135-25              Bishop John Shanley
00135-27              Boys playing baseball 1950
00135-33              Main Street, Grafton (ND) 1900
00135-34              Oscar C. and Peter Peterson, Williston (ND)
00135-35              Home of Martin J. Rolette, Williston (ND)
00135-36              Rev. A. L. DuFresne, Pastor, St. Joseph's Church, Leroy (ND) 1916

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