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Title:  Pembina Museum

Dates: 1905-1989
               
Collection Number: 00709
               
Quantity:  294 items

Abstract: Images of Pembina homes, businesses, floods, residents and officials, baseball teams, churches, and horses pulling planes across the Canadian border before the WWII Lend Lease program began.

Provenance:  Candy Wood, who worked at the Pembina Museum, loaned the photographs to the State Historical Society in 1988 to have copy prints and negatives made. Later the museum closed and under state law, the State Historical Society of North Dakota acquired this collection of photographs and historical documents. Many of the original photographs for this collection are in manuscript collection 10737. The photographs in this collection for which there are originals in MSS 10737 are noted in the inventory below.

Property Rights: The State Historical Society of North Dakota owns the property rights to this collection.

Copyrights:
Copyrights to 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 or 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:
MSS 10737 Pembina Museum
2015-P-043 Charles Harris Walker

PHOTOGRAPHS INVENTORY

00709-001            Pembina House, Pembina (N.D.) 10737-044
00709-002            Residence of L. E. Booker
00709-003            Residence of J. Kaberhagle
00709-004            Residence of G. W. Ryan  
00709-005            A customs seizure sale
00709-006            Post Office and residence of Charles Cavileer
00709-007            Pembina School
00709-008            Pembina County Courthouse 10737-156
00709-009            Pembina City Band 10737-036
00709-010            Charles Keller family in their home, Pembina (N.D.)
00709-011            Gordon Kneeshaw         
00709-012            Pauline Kneeshaw
00709-013 – 014 Percy Kneeshaw 10737-009
00709-015            E. K. Cavileer 1908
00709-016            Residence of Dr. C. B. Harris
00709-017            Winchester House
00709-018            The J. G. Webb property
00709-019            Register of Deeds office, Pembina (N.D.) 1910. L-R: Fred Gardiner, Aug; Short, John J. Gill
00709-020            Steam tractor ca. 1909
00709-021            Ferry Pembina and St. Vincent ca. 1903
00709-022            Flood, Pembina (N.D.) 1893
00709-023            Episcopal Rectory, St. Vincent (Minn.) in the flood 1897
00709-024            Flood at St. Vincent, Minn. May 10, 1893, Pembina in the distance
00709-025            J. P. MacCauley’s 35 HP gasoline traction engine pulling eight 14 inch plows, Joliette (N.D.) 1908
00709-026            John Heneman The New One Price Store, Pembina (N.D.)
00709-027            Catholic Church, Pembina (N.D.) ca. 1908 check 551, 599-603
00709-028            Dr. Harris, Gladys Harris, Charles Asselstine, and Kate Harris in the Harris home, Pembina (N.D.) April 20, 1895
00709-029            Threshing 1910 on the Frank C. Moris farm 10 miles W of Pembina (N.D.)
00709-030            Dr. Harris house flood, Pembina (N.D.) 1897
00709-031            Five men in a sailboat
00709-032            July 4th parade, Pembina (N.D.) 1890 10737-029
00709-033            Threshing 1910 on the Frank C. Moris farm 10 miles W of Pembina (N.D.)
00709-034            Flood, Pembina (N.D.) 1897. Photographer: A. H. Anderson
00709-035            Mr. & Mrs. Charles Atkinson and Spot
00709-036            Mr. & Mrs. Charles Atkinson in front of their home
00709-038            Northern Pacific Depot 1976
00709-039            Ice rink, Pembina (N.D.)
00709-040            Tractor
00709-041            Train
00709-042 – 043 Man sawing wood at the Northern Pacific Depot
00709-044            Northern Pacific Depot 1976 same as 38
00709-045            Federal Building, Old Highway 81, Pembina (N.D.)
00709-046            Train at elevator
00709-047            Elevator, Amenia (N.D.) ca. 1919-1920
00709-048            City Hall burning ca. 1934-1935
00709-049            Old City Hall, Pembina (N.D.) 1934
00709-050            Horses pulling planes into Canada during WWII 1940
00709-051            A. J. Christopher and old fire engine
00709-052            U.S. Federal Building, Pembina (N.D.) 1940s
00709-053            Bridge over the Red River, Pembina (N.D.)
00709-054            Victoria elevator, hard soft coal, Stott briquettes
00709-055            Steps up to a small building with a flag on top and sign in window: USA Work Project WPA
00709-056            Pembina County Courthouse
00709-057            Men with sacks of potatoes
00709-058            Minnesota National Guard boat
00709-059            Flood
00709-060            Minnesota National Guard boat
00709-061            Man in flood water to his waist in front of a church
00709-062            Men walking through knee deep snow
00709-063            Flooded gas station
00709-064            Flooded school
00709-065            Row of boats tied on Main Street
00709-066            Crowd and boats on flooded street
00709-067 – 075 Pulling planes into Canada with horse teams during WWII
00709-076            U.S. Customs Officers L-R: A. Christopher, A. Thompson, Frank Shablow, Francis B. Feldman, Carl Forsgren, Emil Molander, Leslie B. Eddington,  Ray Munra, Einar Nelson, Dana Wright, Bill Cannon, Alan Madison, Gene Simmons
00709-077            Ferry boat on the Red River at Pembina (N.D.) August 30, 1902
00709-078            Elmer Ellsworth Barry, 1886-1972
00709-079            Fred Ryan 10737-014
00709-080            Mr. & Mrs. Charles Atkinson wedding portrait 10737-081
00709-081            Mr. & Mrs. Miller grandparents of Mrs. Paul Roy tintype 1870s-1880s 10737-69
00709-082            A. L. Airth July 1880 10737-073
00709-083            Mrs. Charles (Matilda A.) Full portrait ca. 1910 10737-00
00709-084            W. C. Feldman March 1879 10737-068
00709-090            Judson LaMoure, Jr. 1897 10737-071
00709-091            Jim Kneeshaw 10737-007
00709-092            Gordon Kneeshaw 10737-011
00709-093            Percy Kneeshaw 10737-009
00709-094            Hazel Pate Kneeshaw 10737-013
00709-095            Pembina baseball team portrait 1920: Jim Parker, manager, Lawrence Warner, Harry Miller, Happy Schultz, Hennyen, Don Griffith, Forrest Storms, Earl Turner, Bruno Winkler, Pete Blondin 10737-088
00709-096            Pembina (ND) baseball team portrait, back row left to right: Roland King, Manager Mike Kelly, Eli Gooselaw, Bart Conmy, Tom Rondeau, middle row left to right: Mintie Ormeson, Charlie Ardies, front row left to right: Billie Grumbo, Norman Husband, Tommy Shumaker, Forrest Storms, Peter Bouvette 1910 10737-089
00709-098            Pioneer school portrait, with teacher and students, J. Kitchin photographer, Walhalla (ND) 10737-326
00709-101            Thomson portrait 10737-055
00709-102            Thomson portrait 10737-056
00709-103            N. E. Nelson portrait, Mayor of Pembina 1890-1895, 1899-1907 10737-197
00790-104            Corwin S. Snyder 10737-613
00709-105            Phil Hoghaug
00709-106            John O’Keefe
00709-107            Alex Morrisette
00709-108            Pembina (ND) American Legion Kern-Thompson Post No. 77 members portrait (some identification on portrait), St. Paul (MN), Galling(?) photographer, St. Paul (MN), taken during 6th National American Legion Convention in St. Paul, September 15-19, 1924 10737-227
00709-109            Albert J. Christopher (center), Commander and most of Platoon 1, Co. A., Battalion 144, United States Navy Seabees 10737-320
00709-110            Albert J. Christopher U.S. Naval WWII veteran ca. 1945 10737-062
00709-111            Judson LaMoure, Jr.
00709-112            A. M. O’Connor
00709-113            Flood at Pembina May 1, 1893
00709-114            Flood, men standing beside drug store
00709-116            Flood at Emerson, Manitoba, May 8, 1893
00709-117            Curling rink and players, probably Pembina County (ND), Rindahl photographer, Grafton (ND), ca. 1904-1921 10737-230
00709-118            North Dakota Pharmaceutical Association group portrait, NDAC, Fargo (ND), August 6-8-1912 (Dewey photograph, Fargo, ND) 10737-1177
00709-119            R. M. Probstfield portrait 10737-1132
00709-120 – 121 W. H. Moorhead, Charles Cavileer, and H. S. Donaldson 10737-190
00709-122            John Fry portrait, ca. 1872 10737-1135
00709-123            George B. Winship portrait, ca. 1897 10737-1134
00709-124            Nathan Myrick portrait, C. M. Bell photographer 10737-188
00709-125            Edmund Kittson Cavileer July ’64. Photographer: Haynes 10737-122
00709-128            James M. Barry, White Lake, Ont. and Thomas McAdams, Packingham, Ont.
00709-130            E. E. Barry scrap iron 1941 10737-1163, 1167
00709-131            Church and Manse, Pembina (N.D.)
00709-132            North side of Main Street, Pembina (N.D.)
00709-133            Mr. & Mrs. William Woods
00709-134            Group in boat outside N. P. Headquarters during flood, April 27, 1897 10737-1166
00709-135            Threshing crew
00709-136            Two women standing in entrance to building, one is holding broom, the other a pot or pan, August 7, 1910 19737-1160
00709-137            E. E. Barry, Blacksmith and Mechanic, May 19, 1916 10737-1161
00709-138            Group with automobiles at Cavalier railroad depot, ca. 1915 postcard 10737-1174
00709-143            Pontoon Bridge, Pembina (ND): Herbert and James Barry, 1917 10737-1175
00709-145            Joseph Chapman portrait 10737-208
00709-148            J. Haycock portrait 10737-211
00709-149            William Budge portrait 10737-209
00709-151            Dr. C. B. Harris portrait, ca. 1910 (physician and surgeon, practiced in Pembina 1882-1943 10737-002
00709-152            James Mullagan portrait, ca. 1880s 10737-210
00709-153            Nutting portrait 10737-212
00709-154            Threshing at F. C. Moris
00709-155            Pembina (ND) Mayor Alfred J. Christopher (left) and US Congressman Rolland Redlin (right) reading Pembina pamphlet in Redlin’s office, Washington, D.C., spring 1965 10737-324
00709-156            E. K. Cavileer, son of Charles Cavileer and Postmaster at Pembina 10737-325
00709-157            July 4th parade 1890 10737-027
00709-158            Threshing scene E. E. Barry, Manvel and Ardock (N.D.) 1908
00709-159            United States Tires Sales & Service Depot
00709-160            Garage 1920
00709-161            Pembina (ND) baseball team portrait: left to right: W. Rondeau, J. Copeland, Johnson, R. V. Guackenbush, V. Kerr, B. Winkler, B. Bouvette, M. H. Miller, R. Johnson, G. Symington, S. Shumaker and Wade Cook (not pictured), 1925 10737-228
0709-165              Pauline Kneeshaw 10737-075
0709-166              Four women portrait, back: Grace Parker, middle left: Mary Dormer, middle right: Emma Bouvette, front: Mrs. Pearl Daniels LaMoure, ca. 1890s 10737-074
00709-168            Mrs. W. C. Short 10737-049
00709-169            Frank Hart 10737-048
00709-170            W. C. Short 10737-050
00709-171 – 172 Troops marching in Pembina 1918
00709-173            Group on a porch
00709-174            Man and dog seated in front of wood frame house
00709-175            curling same as 117
00709-176            newspaper clipping about Judge Kneeshaw
00709-177            Mr. & Mrs. W. J. Kneeshaw 10737-1113, 1129, 1130
00709-178            Carter School 1900 10737-076
00709-179            Pembina House ca. 1890s 10737-006
00709-181            Old threshing machine owned by James Barry Aug 1884
00709-182            Farm home of James W. Barry
00709-183            Dr. C. B. Harris portrait 10737-002
00709-184            Chief Joseph
00709-185            Dwight D. Eisenhower 10737-0318
00709-187            Hjalmer C. Nygaard portrait 10737-316
00709-189            John F. Kennedy 10737-315
00709-190            Don L. Short portrait 10737-317
00709-191            Longhorn cattle in pens
00709-192            Group of men, many in military uniforms, in front of a church
00709-195            Plowing in Joliette, N.D.
00709-196            Wheat harvest, Reid Farm, St. Vincent, Minn. ca. 1904  A. H. Anderson photo 10737-186
00709-197            Sitting Bull 10737-219
00709-198            Early flood scene
00709-199            Group in front of log cabin
00709-200            Two men with three young moose 10737-224
00709-201            Portrait of a woman
00709-202            Portrait of three women
00709-203            Ferry, Pembina, N.D. 10737-322
00709-204            Winchester House 10737-323
00709-205            Ferry same as 203
00709-206            Bird’s eye view of
00709-207            Blind Asylum, Bathgate (N.D.) 10737-177
00709-208            Horse drawn buggy on bridge with sign “Notice persons driving over this bridge faster than a walk will be fined according to the law”
00709-209            Central Avenue, Walhalla (N.D.)
00709-210            Greetings from Bathgate composite photo
00709-211            Hamilton (N.D.) 1908
00709-212            Kid Ave., Hamilton (N.D.)
00709-213            Great Northern Depot and Bank of Neche, Neche (N.D.)
00709-214            Red River of the North, Drayton (N.D.)
00709-215            Bird’s eye view of Neche (N.D.) 1910
00709-216            Francis A. Wardwell, teacher
00709-217            Church and log cabin
00709-218 – 219 Father Domoulin’s Mission which he name St. Francis Xavier
00709-220            Wardwell taught at this school 1877-78
00709-221            First Public School building in ND, Pembina 1875-1876
00709-222            Pioneer Express building
00709-223            Mrs. F. A. Wardwell 1910
00709-224            F. A. Wardwell 1910
00709-226            Mr. & Mrs. F. A. Wardwell 1910
00709-227            F. A. Wardwell schoolteacher and editor
00709-228            Pembina street scene in snow
00709-229            house
00709-230            house
00709-231            Two ships
00709-233            Lulu Cavileer
00709-234            F. A. Wardwell portrait, 1873
00709-237            Unidentified girl portrait, with baby carriage and doll (tintype) 10737-314
00709-238            Mrs. Whitfield Douglas portrait, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas came to DT in 1881, and came to Pembina in 1893 10737-65
00709-239            Young man in uniform 10737-321
00709-240            Elmer Barry
00709-241            Elmer E. Barry 1958 check 10737-618
00709-242            Russell Reid at Pembina Museum ribbon cutting July 4, 1962 10737-171
00709-250            Pioneer Methodist Church
00709-251            Presbyterian Church 10737-159
00709-252            Icelandic Lutheran Church
00709-254            E. R. Langston
00709-255            L. E. Booker
00709-256            E. M. Nixon
00709-257            William James Kneeshaw 10737-113
00709-258            Albert J. Christopher 1953 10737-168
00709-259            Charles Margerum
00709-260            W. J. Kneeshaw
00709-261            Judson LaMoure
00709-262            A. J. Christopher 10737-262
00709-263            John McKay Chisolm
00709-264            Charles Cavileer 1885
00709-265            Judson LaMoure, Jr.
00709-266            Alex Morrison
00709-267            A. M. O’Connor
00709-268            N. E. Nelson
00709-269            Corwin S. Snyder
00709-270            Phil Howard
00709-271            John O’Keefe
00709-272 – 294 Planes at the Northwest Airlines Inc. U.S Airmail Express US Port of Entry ca. 1940

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