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Title: Nurnberger Family

Dates: ca. 1865-1905

Collection Number: 00177

Quantity: 12 items

Abstract: Portraits of the Nurnberger family.

Provenance: unknown

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

PHOTOGRAPHS INVENTORY

00177-01              Alma and Rolla Nurnberger portrait from the 1915 Ward County Atlas
00177-02              Frederick Nurnberger with his rifle as a soldier in the Civil War
00177-03              William Nurnberger portrait 1894
00177-04              Catherine Margaret (Kate) Nurnberger, age 18 ca. 1889
00177-05              The advance threshing outfit purchased by John Jacob Nurnberger near Minot N.D. in 1905 and moved to Saskatchewan three years later
00177-06              Frederick Nurnberger and his second wife, Anna ca. 1915
00177-07              Frederick Nurnberger and his first wife, Caroline ca. 1893
00177-08              Elmer Nurnberger, who served with the Canadian army, with nieces Dora and Gladys Nurnberger 1919
00177-09              Wedding portrait of Edith and John Jacob Nurnberger 1893
00177-10              Rolla Nurnberger, age 14 and George Nurnberger, age 25 ca. 1905
00177-11              Rose Nurnberger, age 18 1893
00177-12              Will Nurnberger

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