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Title: R.C. McLaughlin

Dates: 1887-1935

Collection Number: 00203

Quantity: 15 items

Abstract: Images used in article by Colleen Oihus, "Street Railways in Grand Forks ND: 1887-1935, North Dakota History, 44-2 (Spring 1977) pp.12-21. 

Provenance: Images donated to Orin G. Libby Manuscript Collection, University of North Dakota Special Collections, Grand Forks ND by Mrs. John C. McLaughlin of Grand Forks, ND.

Property Rights: The University 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. Researcher 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: Access to this collection is available through the Special Collections Department at the Chester Fritz Library, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks.


00203-01       Grand Forks Street Railway Company Car #132 on 3rd St. 1934
00203-02       Street car line sweeper near car barns at 217 S. 3rd St., Grand Forks N.D.
00203-03       Street Car #102, one of the early "double-end" models, Grand Forks N.D.
00203-04       One of the first street buses purchased by Grand Forks Street Railway Company 1932
00203-05       Conductor George Glass and Street Car #124 on Riverside Park Line 1921
00203-06       Street Car #124 on Riverside Park Line turning onto N. 1st St., Grand Forks N.D. 1921
00203-07       Conductor Gaylord, Conductor George Kennedy, Motorman Henry Glass on special cars for football game, Grand Forks N.D. 1921
00203-08       4 unidentified men outside of log building, “Indian Trading Post, north of Mobridge, SD – Huettner Photo”, ca. 1900-1910
00203-09       Native American woman with dog attached to travois, “Mrs. Henry Takes The Blanket, Timber Lake, SD” (Timber Lake, S.D.), ca. 1900-1910
00203-10       Native American man with long headdress, “Chief Stands For Them – O. A. Vik photo”, ca. 1900-1910
00203-11       Five men in office, “Standing second from right, Major James McLaughlin, Washington D.C.              
office, others unknown” (Washington D.C.), ca. 1900-1910
00203-12       Unidentified Native American woman outdoors, ca. 1900-1910
00203-13       Taxidermy Audubon Bighorn Sheep in museum, display case off, ca. 1950-1960
00203-14       Unidentified couple looking at taxidermy Audubon Bighorn Sheep in museum in display case, ca. 1950-1960
00203-15       Four unidentified people looking at taxidermy Audubon Bighorn Sheep in museum in display case, ca. 1950-1960

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