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Title: Fred Reierson

Dates: ca. 1900-1920

Collection Number: 00740

Quantity: 232 glass plate negatives and 21 nitrate negatives

Abstract: Photographs taken by Fred Reierson of Emmons County (ND). Many are unidentified portraits of individuals and groups along with farming scenes, the Missouri River, and people playing music.

Provenance: The State Historical Society of North Dakota acquired this collection from Timothy and Gregory Langeliers in April 1982.

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.

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BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH
From the Emmons County Record, May 29, 1985

Fred Reierson, a longtime Emmons County resident, died May 26 at the Mobridge Community Hospital. He was 96.

Funeral services are being held today (May 29) at the Pollock Lutheran Church with the Rev. Steve Martens officiating. Burial is in the Spring Creek Cemetery, east of Pollock, under the direction of Weigel-Myers Funeral Home of Linton. Casket bearers are Howard, Elmer, and Roy Reierson, Dan Ryerson, and Jerome and Harry Pool.

Reierson was born on a farm east of Pollock on April 23, 1889 to Reier and Marie (Nelson) Reierson. He attended rural Campbell County schools. On Feb. 21, 1921, he married Cynthia Pool at Westfield. The couple farmed southwest of Linton until retiring and moving to Strasburg in 1958. They moved to Pollock in 1981. Reierson served as an Emmons County Commissioner for eight years.

He is survived by his wife Cynthia; four sons, Woodrow of Hazen, Robert of Linton, Russell and Harold, both of Rosebud, MT; two daughters, Mrs. Ruth Acheson and Mrs. Harvey (Katherine) Langeliers, both of Pollock; 18 grandchildren and 20 great-grandchildren; a brother, Hans Reierson of Pollock, and sister, Mrs. Gyda Owen of Ellensburg, WA. He was preceded in death by his parents, four brothers, and three sisters.

PHOTOGRAPHS INVENTORY

00740-005 Cutting wood by the Missouri River
00740-007 Threshing
00740-008 Threshing
00740-015 Farmhouse with chickens in the yard
00740-016 Very large family home
00740-020 Group of children on a porch
00740-022 Farmyard
00740-032 Model T on wharf ca. 1920s
00740-034 Baby in high chair
00740-039 Missouri River view
00740-041 Wooden barn
00740-042 Picnic group
00740-044 Farmyard
00740-045 Home with flagpole and tall trees behind it
00740-054 Man on 1914 Yale motorcycle
00740-055 Christmas tree
00740-057 Group on a bridge and people canoeing nearby
00740-058 Woman in casket
00740-059 Flower draped casket
00740-062 Wood frame house with people standing on the porch                                  
00740-076 Very large family home
00740-077 Wood frame house surrounded by trees
00740-078 Confirmation class
00740-080 Three people standing beside wood frame house
00740-090 Farm house, barn, silo, windmill and outbuildings
00740-091 Large family home
00740-097 Barn and outbuildings
00740-099 Man holding reins of a grazing horse
00740-100 Man and horse
00740-102 Three men washing dishes outdoors
00740-105 Four men and a car with 1920 South Dakota license plate
00740-106 Group outside wood frame house
00740-108 Home with flagpole and tall trees behind it, see 00740-045
00740-109 Rowboat in the river
00740-110 Farmhouse and barns
00740-113 Farmhouse, silo and barn
00740-114 Four men and a car with 1920 South Dakota license plate, see 00740-105
00740-116 Two men holding string of horses in front of barn
00740-120 Man and woman feeding chickens in front of a small family home with a carriage
00740-121 Tree-lined dirt road
00740-122 House surrounded by brush and trees
00740-123 Water flowing over dam
00740-124 Large house with wraparound porch, low stone building, barn and cattle
00740-128 Family standing in front of wood frame house
00740-133 Cattle grazing on snow covered field in front of farm buildings
00740-135 Congregation coming out of church
00740-136 Large group of cars parked in the grass by a cemetery
00740-137 Car parked in front of wood frame house with family sitting at the side
00740-138 Group of people outside a wood frame house
00740-139 Group of people outside a wood frame house
00740-140 Congregation coming out of church
00740-145 Man seeding with steam tractor and drill
00740-147 Missouri River
00740-148 Barn with stone foundation
00740-149 Large family home surrounded by trees
00740-155 Two men on 1914 Yale motorcycle
00740-158 River
00740-163 Woman in casket, see 00740-058
00740-165 Water runoff from snow melt
00740-167 View of house and barn from a distance
00740-168 Boy and girl with colt
00740-169 Three children in a stream with a dog
00740-170 Child on running board of car
00740-171 Pigs
00740-172 Two men holding string of horses in front of barn, see 00740-116
00740-188 Family in front of wood frame house with windmill and carriage
00740-190 Group posed in front of water flowing over dam
00740-191 A Large family home
00740-193 Rally in front yard of farm house
00740-195 Man in a car in front of home
00740-196 Two women seated on the ground with a cat and dog
00740-199 Threshing
00740-201 Picnic group, see 00740-042
00740-202 Family in front of home
00740-205 Three sisters 1916
00740-206 ‘Lone Rock’, Riverside 1916
00740-207 Two sisters 1916
00740-208 “Hanson Group” 1917
00740-209 Ellen Revision copy 1917
00740-210 Minnesota valley view 1916
00740-214 Man playing violin
00740-215 Man with two horses, two colts
00740-220 Steam tractor
00740-222 Two men on porch in front of a home
00740-223 Two men standing by a tractor
00740-224 Three men with accordion and violin
00740-229 Draft Horses in plowing harness ca. 1900-1920
00740-231 Swimming in the river
00740-234 Distant view of house and barns
00740-242 Three men with trumpet, violin and guitar. Calendar says Hague State Bank January 1913
00740-243 Woman seated at piano with sheet music: Let Me Call You Sweetheart, Stars Stripes You

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