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Title: Wally Owen

Dates: 1900-1931

Collection Number: 00259

Quantity: 50 items

Abstract: Images of Wildrose, Dickinson, Medora, and Peaceful Valley Ranch, N.D.

Provenance: The State Historical Society of North Dakota acquired these images from Wally Owen.

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.

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Researchers are requested to cite the collection title, collection name, and the State Historical Society of North Dakota in all footnote and bibliographic references.


00259-01              Frontier Days (Rodeo) Medora (ND) 1900
00259-02              Railroad passengers arriving Medora (ND)
00259-03              Birds eye view of town Medora (ND)
00259-04              Birds eye view of town Medora (ND) 1900
00259-05              Birds eye view of town Medora (ND)
00259-06              Birds eye view of town Medora (ND)
00259-07              Billings County  Courthouse, Medora (ND) 1913
00259-08              DeMores School Medora (ND)                  
00259-09              DeMores School Medora (ND)
00259-10              Rough Riders Hotel Medora (ND)
00259-11              Rough Riders Hotel Medora (ND)
00259-12              Red Trail Bridge, Medora (ND)
00259-13              Chateau DeMores Medora (ND)
00259-16              Cedar-Canyon Petrified Forest Headquarters in the Badlands
00259-19              Tommie Kirnan, Canutt Yakami, Chester Byers, Johnie Judd, Leonard Stroup, Hugh Strickland, and Byron Roach at the Grand Stand entrance 1931
00259-20              Frank McCarroll, champion bulldogger
00259-21              Leonard Stroup, trick rider
00259-22              Jack Golberg, trick roper July 4, 1923
00259-23              Mrs. Ed Wright, Champion Lady Bronco Buster July 28, 1917
00259-24              Bonnie McCarroll, Ruth Roach, Mabel Strickland, Donna Glover, Bonnie Grey, Fox Hastings, Rose Smith
00259-25 – 26     Mabel Strickland
00259-27              Ruth Roach
00259-28 – 29     Tom Porter and sod house
00259-30              Roundup wagon near Killdeer Mountains
00259-31              Peaceful Valley Ranch guest seeing Badlands
00259-32              Peaceful Valley Ranch
00259-33              Peaceful Valley Ranch
00259-34              Bald Eagle with United States flag
00259-35              Nelson Building Belfield (ND) 1910
00259-36              Villard Street Dickinson (ND)
00259-37              Main Street Wildrose (ND) 1915
00259-38              Harry and Mae Allen riding in cart pulled by a goat
00259-39              Jack Tinsen February 2, 1940
00259-42              Fred Shipman, editor of Fryburg Pioneer  in front of Fryberg Printing Office, Fryberg (ND) 1917
00259-43              Interior of Fryberg Printing Office. Paul Lebo and Fred Shipman, Editor of the Fryburg Pioneer, Fryberg (ND) 1917
00259-44              Harry Allen, Dick Stevens, Bill Towsan at the Rough Rider Hotel, Medora (ND) 1914
00259-46              Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Hufley 1917
00259-47              Governor Louis Benjamin Hanna in his office, Bismarck (ND)
00259-48              Jay Eaton (Abstractor), Billings County (ND)
00259-49              Alra Davis and Dutch Ziegler
00259-50              Tom Mix cowboy actor who married a lady from Medora (ND)

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