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Title: Stark County Historical Society

Dates: ca. 1900-1950

Collection Number: 00773

Quantity: 41 items

Abstract: Early images of people, businesses and events in Stark County (N.D.).

Provenance: The Stark County Historical Society allowed the State Historical Society to make copies of these images in 1989. Researchers should contact the Stark County Historical Society for copies of this collection.

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.


00773-01              Dr. Davis, Dr. Bowen, Dr. Perkins in the operating room, Dickinson (ND) ca. 1912
00773-02              Villard Street, Dickinson (ND) early 1900s
00076-03              Ford Model As and Ts at Johnson Motor Co., Dickinson (ND)
00773-04              People standing in front of Johnson Motor Co., Dickinson (ND)
00773-05              Men and delivery trucks line up in front of Dickinson Bottling Works April 23, 1935
00773-06              R & M Service Station, Dickinson (ND) December 2, 1937
00773-07              Bagdad Amusement Park, Dickinson (ND)
00773-08              Farm scene, Yule (ND) postmarked June 16, 1908
00773-09              23rd Annual Conclave of the Grand Commandery of N.Dak., Dickinson (ND) April 16-17, 1912
00773-10              Dickinson High School Basketball team: Marcus Bakke, Gordon Lillibridge, Lawton Osborn, Gulbrand Belsheim, Mike McGinley and Coach Al Brody
00773-11              Dickinson Commercial Club inside the old Opera House
00773-12              Cast in costume of early stage production probably taken in front of the old Opera House, Dickinson (ND)
00773-13              Procession in cemetery at New Hradec (ND)
00773-14              Man outside taxidermy shop with mounted animals and birds
00773-15              Men in Buicks at Millard Automobile Co.
00773-16              Man driving an automobile
00773-17              First dwelling in Dickinson October 1881. Emil Messersmith built it for Moses Lenneville and family
00773-18              Students outside schoolhouse in Versippi School District No. 11
00773-19              Home on the Ranch, Dickinson (ND)
00773-20              St. Charles Hotel
00773-21              Men and cars outside Dickinson Motor Car Co.
00773-22 – 23     Interior of Goodyear Service Station
00773-23              Barns
00773-24              Early Dickinson (ND)
00773-25              Depot, Dickinson (ND)
00773-26              Man giving speech on platform
00773-27 – 29     Documents from cornerstone
00773-30              Group outside building
00773-31              Early Dickinson (ND)
00773-32              Chuck wagon and men eating on the ground
00773-33       Roosevelt Round Up Camp
00773-34       Indian standing in front of chuck wagon and men on horses Roosevelt round up
00773-35       Early life in North Dakota, Dickenson, N.D. January 26, 1901
00773-36       Frank Keogh in cowboy work clothes
00773-37       J. E. Phelan, seated studio portrait
00773-38       A. G. Kennedy, half-tone portrait
00773-39       Louis Pellisier, Earl Hoke on horse Medora (N.D.) photo by Lawton Osborn
00773-40       “Dakota Days” composite of pioneers and cowboys: Dennis Moran, Bill Taylor, Red Murphy, Wils Richards, Bob Wilcox, Rasmus Jensen, Bill Cuskelly, Bill Connolly, Layton George, Cris Sperber, Charles Armstrong, Bill Chadelor, Gube Saunders, Hube Delinger, Sam Rhodes, Bob  Nunrow, W. R. Veigel, Matt Crowley, Sime Cuskelly, Jim Wilson, Bill McCarty, Bill Follis, Ben Bird, Dan Beck, J. Kuykendall.
00773-41       T. F. Roberts, studio portrait

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