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Title: Ted Kopseng

Dates: 1876-1973

Collection Number: 00167

Quantity: 29 items

Abstract: Images of buildings and street scenes in Fargo (ND).

Provenance: The collection was likely donated to the State Historical Society of North Dakota by Ted Kopseng as part of the Ted and Louise Kopseng Papers (MSS 10211) in January 1972.

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:
00034    Ted Kopseng
MSS 10211 Ted and Louise Kopseng

Biographical Sketch
From the Bismarck Tribune, Thursday April 26, 1990

Theodore S. Kopseng, 85, 1015 N. Third St., died April 24, 1990, in a Bismarck hospital. Services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday at Trinity Lutheran Church with the Rev. Hesel Hendrickson officiating. Burial will be in St. Mary’s Cemetery, Bismarck. A Masonic service will be held at 7 tonight at the funeral home.

Mr. Kopseng was born Aug. 14, 1904 near Harvey. He was raised and educated near Harvey. He managed grain elevators in the Devils Lake area and later represented Minneapolis grain commission companies. He married Louise Hanson on Jan. 4, 1944 at Bismarck. He served in the U.S. Army during World War II. He had grain elevator interests at Clifton, Woodworth and Tuttle, and had farms near each of them. He was later active in the apartment business in Bismarck. He suffered from Alzheimer’s Disease and had been confined to nursing homes since 1983.

He served on the State Historical Society Board and sang with El Zagal Shrine Plainsmen. He was a member of the Izaak Walton League.

He is survived by his wife; two daughters, Donna Engel and Karen von Witte, both of New York City; one son, Loren, Bismarck; and five grandchildren.


00167-01              Bullion Butte & Hall                        
00167-02              Bob Cory at Bullion Butte & Hall 1973      
00167-03              Cory, Bob 1973 
00167-04              Hotel, Colfax (ND)
00167-05              First Baptist Church Fargo (ND)
00167-06              Harvest scene Fargo (ND)
00167-07              Red River, Fargo (ND)
00167-08              Driveway Oak Grove, Fargo (ND)
00167-09              Post Office, Fargo (ND)
00167-10              Red River near Island Park, Fargo (ND)
00167-11              Sacred Heart Academy, Fargo (ND)
00167-12              Masonic Temple, Fargo (ND)
00167-13              Gethsemane Cathedral, Fargo (ND)
00167-14              Gethsemane Cathedral, Fargo (ND)
00167-15              First Presbyterian Church, Fargo (ND)
00167-16              First Methodist Church, Fargo (ND)
00167-17              High School, Fargo (ND)
00167-18              Y.M.C.A., Fargo (ND)
00167-19              St. John's Hospital, Fargo (ND)
00167-20              St. Mary's Cathedral and Bishop’s Residence, Fargo (ND)
00167-21              Agriculture College (now NDSU), Fargo (ND)
00167-22              Great Northern Railway Station (Depot) Fargo (ND)
00167-23              College Fargo (ND)
00167-24              Fargo (ND)
00167-25              Cass County Court House, Fargo (ND)
00167-26              Northern Pacific Railroad Depot, Fargo (ND)
00167-27              Waldorf Hotel, Fargo (ND)
00167-28              Fargo (ND) 1905
00167-29              Fargo (ND) 1876

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