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Title: Deborah Hall Hertz

Dates: 1912-1975

Collection Number: 00734

Quantity: 41 items

Abstract: Images of students at Fargo College ca. 1912-1916 and images of people at Fort Berthold Reservation, the Mission, Reverend and Mrs. Harold Case, and buildings moved because of the Garrison Dam in the 1950s.

Provenance: The State Historical Society acquired this collection from Helen Boulton in December 1988. It was separated from MSS 10522.

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: 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.

Related Collections:
MSS 10522 Deborah Hall Hertz
MSS 10005 Charles Lemmon Hall
MSS 10286 Harold Case

From the McLean County Independent, Thursday May 12, 1988

The funeral for Deborah “Dora” Hertz, 98, of Garrison, will be held at the First United Church of Christ in Garrison. She died Sunday May 8, 1988 at the Garrison Nursing Home.

Rev. Steve Holmes and Rev. Charles Maxfield will officiate and burial will be at2 p.m. in Memorial Congregational Cemetery of rural Raub. Pallbearers will be grandsons and great-grandsons, James and Davis Fischer, Bruce Boehrs, and Michael, Don, and Marei Fischer. Thompson Funeral Home of Garrison is in charge of arrangements.

Deborah Hall was born Feb. 4, 1890 to Rev. Charles and Susan Hall at Elbowoods, where she attended elementary school. Her father was the Congregational minister among the Dakota Indians. She moved to Minneapolis to live with an aunt and graduated from high school there. She was a graduate of Congregational Church College, Fargo, and became YWCA field secretary for Indian schools in a four-state area.

She married the Rev. Rudolph Hertz in 1926 at Eagle Butte, S.D. They moved to Santee, Neb., where he was superintendent of the Santee Indian School.

He died in 1953. She worked for Congregational Church Council of Churches in North Dakota.

Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Andrew (Elizabeth) Fischer of Spearfish, S.D., and Mrs. Ralph (Helen) Boulton of Denver; six grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild.


00734-01 Allison Grinnell (Gros Ventre) and May Montclair (Mandan), Fort Berthold Mission, N.D. 1922
00734-02 Grace Leininger portrait in graduation cap
00734-03 D. H. and Zelma Shute in cap and gown
00734-04 D. H. Shute at Fargo College
00734-05 La Chom bunch before vacation: Back row: Marjorie Knapp, Helen Blake, Elma Faust, Zelma Shute, Lizzie Hodgson; Front row: Vivian Shute, Marian Phillips, Jennie Simmons, Frances Emery, Grace Leininger and me in front
00734-06 D. H. Shute and roommate Nellie Pogzer at Fargo College
00734-07 D. H. Shute at Lake Geneva
00734-08 Ina Johnson in cap and gown at Fargo College
00734-09 Zelma Shute, Ruth, D. H. Shute, and Frances Shea reading on the lawn
00734-10 Zelma Shute wearing fur muff in snow
00734-11 Group of girls at YWCA Camp at Lake Geneva, Minn. 1915
00734-12 Girls in a tree at YWCA Camp at Lake Geneva, Minn.  1915
00734-13 Group of girls in the snow at Fargo College ca. 1912-1916
00734-14 Senior Picnic, Fargo College ca. 1912-1916
00734-15 Slumber party Jones Hall, Fargo College
00734-16 Fargo College Class of 1916 at Yankton, S.D. June 5, 1948 published in the Fargo Forum
00734-17 Fargo College Class of 1916: Ina Johnson, Kellogg Bascom, D. Hertz, Beatrice Gunness Peet, Katherine B. Bertel, Yanton, S.D.  June 5, 1948
00734-18 Enola Packineau aka Mrs. Allan Pond Littleton, Colo. 1975 worked for BIA in Washington, D.C.
00734-19 Alan Smith, Editor of Community Action News, New Town, N.D. 1975
00734-20 Cheryl Benson, sixth grade portrait, 1971
00734-21 Debbie Malnourie, 5th grade portrait, Parshall 1966 at St. Mary’s College 1975
00734-22 Monument to Ree Chiefs, Old Cemetery, Fort Berthold, N.D. August 1933
00734-23 Rollo Jones, Mandan, N.D.
00734-24 Cora Chase Martin ‘Blossom’, daughter of Belle Chase, at Mission, Elbowoods, N.D.
00734-25 Mamie Smith and Blossom Chase with children at the Mission School by the high waters of the Missouri River, Elbowoods, N.D.
00734-26 Mrs. Eva Case, Miss Lees, Deborah at the Mission, Elbowoods, N.D.
00734-27 Reverend Charles Hall, Miss Lees, Mrs. Falliot and Mission workers, Elbowoods, N.D.
00734-28 Splitting wood
00734-29 Cleo Stone, Eliz Gillette, Laura Packineau, Ardella Stone, and Maude Packineau
00734-30 Graduation ceremony
00734-31 Loretta Eagle
00734-32 Mr. and Mrs. John Grinnell, June 1956
00734-33 Children on teeter totters and swings at Elbowoods Mission
00734-34 Crowd and cars at Mission church, Elbowoods, N.D.
00734-35 Charles and Mrs. Coffman and Deborah Hertz Hall
00734-36 Julia Old Bull’s home 1954
00734-37 Independence Chapel, moved because of Garrison Dam, Fort Berthold 1953
00734-38 Fort Berthold Reservation buildings moved because of Garrison Dam 1953
00734-39 Hall-Case Cottage, Ree Chapel, New White Shield settlement
00734-40 Mary Goetz, Irene Rhode Feigel, Lila McNamara, Helma Wasem, Myrtle Reimer, Dorothy Cate, Julia Bull, D. Heitz 1960
00734-41 Julia (Mrs. Ole) Bull
00734-42 Aldine Olivia Rush, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Rush, White Shield, N.D.

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