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Title: Russell Buck

Dates: 1910-1954

Collection Number: 00675

Quantity: 23 items

Abstract: Farming and family scenes near Hazelton (ND)

Provenance: Russell A. Buck allowed the State Historical Society of North Dakota to make copies of photographs from his personal collection in August 1988.

Property Rights: The State Historical Society of North Dakota owns the property rights to this collection.
               
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BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH – Fred E. Buck
From the Emmons County Record, Thursday December 16, 1954

Fred E, Buck, 77, retired farmer, died suddenly at his home in Hazelton late Tuesday afternoon, December 7. He was the victim of a heart attack.

Born in Clayton County, Iowa December 27, 1877, Mr. Buck lived at Pipestone, Minn. until 1913. He then came to the Hazelton community and has since made his home there. His marriage to Ethel Johnson occurred at Inwood, Iowa March 12, 1905.

Funeral rites were held from the Hazelton Presbyterian Church at 2 o’clock Saturday afternoon, with Rev. L. E. Dickinson officiating. Arrangements were by the Kraft Funeral Home, Linton. Burial was made in the Hazelton cemetery. Special singing was by LaDelle Briggle, Calvin Kurtz and Mrs. N. E. Nelson. Mrs. Paul Kurtz was at the organ.

Pallbearers were Vernon Brindle, Roy Sparks, Homer Walker, Elmer Brindle, Matt Stramer, and Kenneth Bender, all of Hazelton.

Besides his widow, Mr. Buck leaves four sons and two daughters: Mrs. W. B. (Edna) Wallace, Minneapolis, Minn.; Loretta Buck, San Francisco, Calif.; Raymond, Lawrence, Russell, and Leonard Buck, all of Hazelton.

Also surviving are 11 grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; one brother, Melvin Buck, Temple City, Calif.; and one sister, Esther Bohenstiel, Hawthorne, Calif.

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH – Russell A. Buck
From the Emmons County Record, Tuesday December 7, 1993

Russell A. Buck, 79, rural Hazelton, died Tuesday, Nov. 30, 1993, at a hospital in Kennewick, Wash.

He was born Aug. 22, 1914 at Hazelton, the son of Fred E. and Ethel (Johnson) Buck. He attended a rural grade school and attended the Hazelton High School. Russell worked on various farms in Minnesota and in the Hazelton area. On July 25, 1943 he married Fern Brindle at Linton and they made their home on a farm south of Hazelton. Russell was a member of the Assembly of God Church in Napoleon and the treasurer for Danbury Township for 30 years.

He is survived by his wife, Fern Buck of Hazelton; one son and daughter-in-law, Robert and Kathy Buck of River Falls, Wisc.; three daughters and two sons-in-law, Joanne Buck of Kennewick, Wash., Janice and David Fannin of Richland, Wash., Joyce and Paul Scharold of Kennewick, Wash.; six grandchildren: Jennifer, Kristine, and Jason Buck, Zoae, Jubal, and Gedediah Scharold; two brothers: Raymond Buck of Linton, and Lawrence Buck of Hazelton; one sister, Loretta Buck of Salinas, Calif.

He was preceded in death by his parents, one brother and one sister. Funeral services were held Saturday Dec. 4 at the Assembly of God Church, Linton, with Rev. David Reese officiating. Vivian Hanson was the organist. Leo Hughes played a violin solo and the church choir sang.

Burial was in the Hazelton cemetery under the direction of Myers-Weigel Funeral Home, Linton. Casket bearers were Dale Sands, Jesse Janko, Vernon Hanson, Dick Bender, Dan Brindle, and Alvin Schatz.

PHOTOGRAPHS INVENTORY

00675-01              Norma, Delbert, and Effie Basart, Emmons County (ND) July 4, 1954
00675-02              Hazelton (ND) ca. 1910
00675-03              Main Street looking east, Hazelton (ND)  ca. 1910
00675-04              Loren, Meldon, Horace, Ruth, Herbert, Alice, Earl, Ethel, Eva, Robert, Bertha, and Walter Johnson              
00675-05              Robert, Earl, Meldon, Herbert, Horace and Mother Johnson                       
00675-06              Merle Dallas; Clair, Dorothy, Gordon, Harold, Helen, and Leonard Johnson; Robert Hune; and Ruth Johnson
00675-07              Alice, Ruth, Ethel, and Eva Johnson
00675-08              Main street, Sentinel Butte (ND) 1913
00675-09              Barn building on S. E. Brindle farm, S of Hazelton (ND)                   
00675-10            Couple standing in front of barn on S. E. Brindle farm
00675-11            Mother and son on S. E. Brindle farm
00675-12            Mom, Grandma Brown, Uncle William, George Van Horn, and Elmer Brindle on William Brown homestead, Sentinel Butte (ND) ca. 1920 (same image as 00421-06)
00675-14            Pupils and teacher outside school: Eleanor Stamer, Charlotte Bermain, Arlisle and Elwood Cappelle, Willard Esch, Lillian Bracht, Jeanne Kurtz, Leonard Buck, Ethel Germiane, Irene Fischer, Loretta Buck, Edmund Fisher, Viola Bracht, Teacher Ethel Mandigo, LaVern Cappelle, Fern Brindle, Alice Fischer, Howard Kurtz, Betty Germaine, William Stramer, Pauline Bracht, Wayne Kurtz, George Bracht, Roy Bracht (same as 00421-05)
00675-15            Jonas Hammock; Agnes Buck; Herbert, Hulda, and Viola Bracht; and Lawrence, Leonard, Loretta, and Russell Buck outside schoolhouse (same as 00421-03)
00675-16            Herbert Bracht
00675-17            Group
00675-18            Four young men on a bicycle
00675-19            Young man strumming ukulele
00675-20            4-H Club
00675-21            Viola, Loretta, and Lillian Bracht
00675-22            Hulda and Herbert Bracht
00675-23            Three men on a windmill

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