Title: Pierce County Tribune Photo Collection
Dates: ca. 1880s-1980s
Collection Number: MSS 10844
Quantity: 4 feet/454 photographic prints and negatives
Abstract: The historical photograph collection was maintained by Frank Hornstein, editor and publisher of the Pierce County Tribune (1940-1981) and includes photographs submitted to the Tribune and published in daily and retrospective editions. Names of individuals who donated the photographs to the Tribune have been included in this inventory when available. Bruce Hill and Emily Schultz processed the collection and created the inventory to the images in November 2012.
Provenance: The Pierce County Tribune Photo Collection was donated to the State Historical Society of North Dakota by Julie Hornstein on October 30, 2002.
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 are 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.
MSS 10842 Bratton, Luther and Mary Estelle
MSS 10843 Hornstein, Frank and Catharine (Bratton)
Transfers: A variety of items were transferred to the Museum Division on September 18, 2002. The items were from the three donations by Julie Hornstein (MSS 10842, 10843 and 10844). See case file for list of Museum holdings.
History of the Pierce County Tribune from Pierce County in 2011: 125 Years of History, p. 370
“The Pierce County Tribune, 219 South Main Ave., was not the first newspaper in the county, but It is the one that has endured since its founding by D. P. Thomas, an express manager on the Great Northern Railroad, on June 23, 1888.
Different historical accounts contain conflicting versions of the newspaper history of the county. This account will attempt to include the highlights listed in four different histories written by four different authors. All histories agree that the first newspaper in Pierce County was the Rugby Junction Advance, established May 27, 1887, by D. A. Briggs, who moved his plant from Grand Harbor northwest of Devils Lake, to Rugby. Rugby Junction was the name of the community platted in July 1886. Animosity soon sprang up between the Advance and the Tribune, and after a time, the Rugby Junction Advance ceased publication and was absorbed by its rival.
In April 1889, the first elected county commissioners designated the Tribune official county paper for three months. Later that year, the paper was bought by H. C. Hurd, who ran it until 1900 when J. W. Bingham took over. C. A. Bigelow is also mentioned in one history as a co-owner with H. C. Hurd. In the succeeding years, owners included W. J. Anderson, H. B. Stager and John Page. In 1915, the Tribune was purchased by Luther Bratton, who had published another newspaper, The Rugby Optimist, since 1904. The office of the merged newspapers was established at 219 Main Ave. South.
In 1906, Frank L. Brandt edited two German language papers, Der Staats Anzeiger, and the Deutschezeitung, which eventually were taken over and printed by Bratton. Over the years, Bratton bought out several papers in Pierce County which were printed for short periods of time, such as the Pierce County Globe published by Clarence Amundson, and the Pierce County Press owned by Hauge and Solberg. By 1936, Luther Bratton owned the sole remaining newspaper in Rugby.
Many outstanding employees have served the Tribune over the years, including Fredrikke (Frydenlund) Oksendahl who was added to the staff in 1929. She became one of the most dedicated employees the Tribune ever had. She was the linotype operator, office manager and proofreader for 45 years, retiring in 1974. Frank Hornstein was "drafted" into the newspaper world in 1940 because of the illness of his father-in-law, Luther Bratton, and devoted 42 years to the Pierce County Tribune. He once said he enjoyed it so much, he would have paid to work there. In 1947, Hornstein built a new building on the site of the old Tribune at 219 South Main.
Frank Hornstein fell ill in 1980 and passed away in 1981. In 1974, Mark Carlson, a Barton native, had started working as associate editor at the Tribune following graduation from the University of North Dakota at Grand Forks. Mark and his wife, Dianne (Armstrong) Carlson, formed Prairie Publishing and bought the newspaper in 1982. They published it with Mark serving as editor for 14 years until his death in March 1996. Mark had boundless energy and enthusiasm for Pierce County, which was contagious. He spearheaded many local improvement projects and was considered one of the area's prime boosters. Dianne Carlson sold the Tribune to Ogden Newspapers of North Dakota in the fall of 1996. Matt Mullally, the associate editor under Mark, was named editor, a position he held until September 2010 when he and his family moved to Mandan, ND.
The printing process has changed dramatically over the years. Luther Bratton told of printing the Tribune on a Washington hand press, with about 400 subscribers, in the early 1900s. Linotype, a hot-lead typesetting process, was used up until 1969, and the papers were printed in the basement of the Tribune on a letter press. In that year, the Tribune joined with five other area newspapers and formed a corporation, North Central Printing, which greatly increased the efficiency and lowered the cost of printing the papers of the members. Offset printing units were installed in the Tribune's basement by the corporation. In time, a new building was built in Rugby's Industrial Park and North Central Printing moved there in October 1978. The press units were removed from the Tribune's basement and relocated to the new building, where they were augmented with additional machines.
Today, computers have made the typesetting and layout tasks much less time-consuming, and digital cameras have made the photo developing process nearly obsolete. The Tribune started printing its newspapers in Minot in 2005.
Over the years, the newspaper has won many "General Excellence" awards in the North Dakota Newspaper Association's Better Newspaper Contest. This is the highest honor achievable in the community newspaper field in the state. Many other awards have been garnered, including Best Ad Series, Overall Design Excellence, Best Sports Section, Best Editorial Page, Front Page Design Excellence, Best Feature Reporting, Best Personal Column, and others.
Alan Rasmusson was a long-time employee of the Tribune, retiring in 1991. He started his career at the newspaper in Towner in 1937, and came to the Tribune in 1961. He was recognized by the North Dakota Newspaper Association for serving over 50 years in the printing business. Vonnie Degenstein retired in 1999 after 30 years in advertising sales and design, and Phyllis Wiggins retired in 2009 following 37 years as office manager.
In the late 1950s, the Tribune's building was expanded to the east, and the job printing division moved into the new area. The paper has printed forms, envelopes, tickets, booklets, letterheads, auction sale bills, posters, newsletters and the like, for many years. Much of the old printing equipment from the Tribune may be seen at the Prairie Village Museum in Rugby.
The current staff includes: Terri Kelly Barta, editor; Edie Wurgler, Stranford Harmel, Chris Opstedal, Melissa Anderson, Hallie Anderson and Dale Niewoehner.
(Some information for this story was taken from Fifty Years in Pierce County, by O. T. Tofsrud; 75 Years of Growth: the Pierce Diamond Jubilee Edition; and A Century of Area History," the Pierce County Centennial book.
“A History of Newspapers and Their Publishers in Pierce County: 1887 – 1985”
By Catharine (Bratton) Hornstein, SHSND MSS 10843
1887: The first newspaper published in Antelope Valley (later Pierce County) was The Rugby Advance, in May, 1887.
The editor and publisher, D. A. Briggs, moved the equipment from Grand Harbor, ND, probably moved by the St. Paul, Minneapolis, and Minnesota Railroad, which was extended from Devils Lake to Minot in 1886.
1888: Due to hard times the Advance was absorbed by its hated rival The Pierce County Tribune, established by D. P. Thomas, its editor, in June, 1888.
1889: In April, 1889, the first elected County Commissioners designated the Tribune as the official paper for three months.
1891: In 1891 due to poor .crops for three past years, the official paper (Pierce County Tribune) came near suspending, but it was purchased by H. C. Hurd and C. A. Bigelow, who kept it going. Mr. Hurd became the sole owner for a time and was followed by W. J. Anderson and H. B. Stager and then by John Page (1907).
1903: In 1903, The Rugby Optimist, located at the present site of the Pierce County Tribune, and owned by A. M. Young, was purchased by L. H. Bratton, a young Spanish American war veteran. Bratton, at that time, was publishing The Knox Advocate, which he sold before moving to Rugby. He had also established papers at Pleasant Lake, Barton and Silva. His brother, Fred Bratton, assisted him in these last three papers.
1905: In 1905, the Pierce County Tribune was published by J. W. Bingham, who also printed a “Souvenir History of ND,” which supplied the previous information.
During this time The Wolford Mirror was published by Michael (Mike) Breen, who later joined L. H. Bratton after he had purchased the Pierce County Tribune in 1915.
Note: Mr. Breen was connected with various ND papers for many years after leaving the Pierce County Tribune about 1920.
1906: In 1906, Frank L. Brandt edited the German papers Der Deutsche Zeitung and Der Staatz Anzieger, which eventually was printed by L. H. Bratton at the Pierce County Tribune.
1915: In 1915 Luther Hawkins Bratton realized a long desired ambition when he purchased The Pierce County Tribune and combined it with his Rugby Optimist, which had become the official newspaper of Pierce County, by popular vote. The papers were established at the present site on 219 South Main.
1916: Mr. Bratton took over the two German newspapers and continued to print them for the German speaking people of Pierce County.
The Tribune force at that time consisted of four people, the editor, plus his brother-in-law, Warren Ritzman (an excellent linotype operator - apprenticed at the Rugby Optimist). Ritzman came from his parents' home in Juniata Township, and later on was an operator of the Minot papers - finally returning after World War I (action in France) to finish at the Pierce County Tribune. Another locally trained man, Jay Smith, and Walter Bratton, son of the editor, who was employed there during his high school years until 1936 when he purchased the Golden Valley News, The Billings County Gazette, and printed The Badlands Cowboy (Medora) until his death in 1969 .
1929: Luther Bratton bought out several papers in Pierce County that were printed for a short time. The Pierce County Globe (1929) published by Clarence Amundson, and The Pierce County Press (1936) edited by Hauge and Solberg.
There were many fine people employed by the Pierce County Tribune - but far too many to mention them all.
But in 1929 the staff was greatly improved by the addition of a young lady who "came along with the Pierce County Globe", Fredrikke Frydenlund (later Oksendahl), was hired in 1929 and became one of the most faithful, dedicated "printers" the Tribune has ever known. A first-rate linotype operator, proofreader, office manager - she became everything but a pressman. Above all she was loved and respected by the entire community. "Freddie" retired in 1974 after 45 years of service beyond reproach. "An Era Ends for Us" was the headline of Editor Hornstein's story on her retirement.
1940: Frank Hornstein was "drafted" into the newspaper world in 1940 because of the illness of his father-in-law, L. H. Bratton. Newspaper work had been an ambition of his. Consequently, he devoted 42 years of his life to the Pierce County Tribune. He once said he enjoyed it so much he would have paid to work there.
1947: Frank built a new building on the site of the old Pierce County Tribune at 219 South Main. It is still the home of the present Pierce County Tribune and was one of the best newspaper buildings in the state.
He never aimed to publish a sophisticated emulation of a daily newspaper. He wanted and did print a typical weekly paper – never flaunting his extensive vocabulary of technical terms for his readers to figure out or to impress the public. He wrote from his heart to his readers, and they in turn knew "how sweet it was": as indicated by the communications from all parts of the country, when he was fatally stricken and died in July, 1981.
The newspaper received many awards. Two North Dakota Newspaper Association's Awards ·for General Excellence ... one was for the offset edition the first year of leaving "hot lead" for offset printing. He is the only editor to win the highly coveted "Best Personal Column" award two years in a row. The last one was dictated from his hospital bed at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn.
Frank had 42 years of good times as well as many turbulences and financial tribulations of all kinds, but he took it all in gentlemanly stride.
He "lived by his pen - not the sword." His pictures were painted with his words, not ink, indelibly written for his readers to remember. As one judge wrote of Frank's personal column – “Up and Down the Street,” “You write too long, you rascal: But I'll bet your readers can't wait until they can read it, and that's the truth.”
Frank was posthumously elected into the ND Press Association's Hall of Fame, which is given to only the best newspaper Editors by the selective vote of fellow newspapermen. He was inducted in April 1984.
1982: With the passing of editor, publisher and owner of the Pierce County Tribune, Frank Hornstein, ended 79 years of services of two outstanding newspaper Editors - who were the voices of the Pierce County Communities from 1903 to 1982. Almost 80 years out of 100 - is quite a record and again it marked the end of an era for The Pierce County Tribune - an award winning newspaper for many years.
In January 1982, the Pierce County Tribune was sold by its owner, Catharine Bratton Hornstein.
The new owners were Mark and Dianne Carlson, Barton.
Mark had been Associate Editor since his graduation from the Journalism Department at UND, Grand Forks in 1974.
The Pierce County Tribune continued as an award winning newspaper by being awarded the General Excellence Award (1984) and in 1985 the associate editor, Larry Stammen, won the best personal column both two of the highest honors achievable.
10844-001 Unidentified man portrait, ca. 1940s-1950s
10844-002 Unidentified man standing next to train passenger car, ca. 1940s-1950s
10844-003 Dan Bailey standing by car, ca. 1948-1949
10844-004 Unidentified woman next to building entrance, ca. 1940s-1950s
10844-005 Employees working in Pierce County Tribune, ca. 1960
10844-006 Unidentified woman and man on golf tee box, possibly in Halloween costumes, ca. 1940s
10844-007 Unidentified man and woman next to golf tee box, possibly in Halloween costumes, ca. 1940s
10844-008 Group on porch, possibly in Halloween costumes, ca. 1940s
10844-009 Two unidentified men on golf tee box, possibly in Halloween costumes, ca. 1940s
10844-010 Group cutting down a tree, ca. 1950s
10844-011 Richard Hoffart and unidentified woman on snowmobile, ca. 1950s
10844-012 Car accident in front of motel, ca. 1960s
10844-013 Accident scene, ca. 1960s
10844-014 Crowd of people looking at steam tractor, possibly at threshing show, ca. 1960s
10844-015 Large unidentified group in front of jewelry store, possibly old settler’s picnic, ca. 1960s
10844-016 Large unidentified group in front of jewelry store, possibly old settler’s picnic, ca. 1960s
10844-017 Employees working in the Pierce County Tribune shop, ca. 1960s
10844-018 Large unidentified crowd watching steam thresher, possibly at threshing show, ca. 1960s
10844-019 Employees working in the Pierce County Tribune shop, ca. 1960s
10844-020 Mr. and Mrs. Edward Humble wedding anniversary, ca. 1940s-1950s
10844-021 Group in park, might be planting trees, ca. 1960s
10844-022 Working on new park, Strand photograph, ca. 1960s-1970s
10844-023 Working on new park, Strand photograph, ca. 1960s-1970s
10844-024 Working on new park, Strand photograph, ca. 1960s-1970s
10844-025 New street sign for 9th Street and South Main Avenue Intersection, Rugby, ca. 1960s-1970s
10844-026 Man with deer on hood of car, ca. 1960s
10844-027 Man and boy shoveling snow, ca. 1960s
10844-028 Ray Hanson, Rugby mayor, ca. 1970s
10844-029 Young man fishing, ca. 1960s-1970s
10844-030 Jim Moffett portrait, ca. 1970s
10844-031 Man pushing spade into ground, ca. 1960s-1970s
10844-032 Two unidentified men working plow with team of two horses, ca. 1960s-1970s
10844-033 Two unidentified young men at tip off, unknown basketball game, ca. 1960s
10844-034 Pierce County Tribune printing equipment, ca. 1960
10844-035 Four unidentified men, ca. 1950s-1960s
10844-036 View of baseball game, ca. 1960s
10844-037 Might be religious ceremony at International Peace Gardens, ca. 1960s-1970s
10844-038 Might be students observing farmer Raymond Halvorson, Northeast Rugby, ca. 1960s
10844-039 Preparation for street barbeque ca 1970s
10844-040 Preparation for street barbeque ca 1970s
10844-041 Might be William Langer portrait, ca. 1950s
10844-042 Three unidentified women possibly in costumes
10844-043 Unidentified couple portrait, ca. 1960s
10844-044 Unidentified Rugby High School cheerleader, ca. 1960s
10844-045 Unidentified men receiving award, ca. 1960s
10844-046 Two unidentified men and Emmanuel Hagel receiving Certificate of Merit award, ca. 1960s
10844-047 Unidentified Rugby High School cheerleader, ca. 1960s
10844-048 Unidentified Rugby High School cheerleader, ca. 1960s
10844-049 Unidentified Rugby High School basketball player, ca. 1960s
10844-050 Unidentified Rugby High School basketball player, ca. 1960s
10844-051 Unidentified Rugby High School basketball coach, ca. 1960s
10844-052 Unidentified Rugby High School basketball player, ca. 1960s
10844-053 Three unidentified men in suits, ca. 1960s
10844-054 Unidentified woman, ca. 1970s
10844-055 Law enforcement officials during case of Frank Peterson shooting, Strand Studio photograph (Rugby), February 1963
10844-056 Law enforcement officials during case of Frank Peterson shooting, Strand Studio photograph (Rugby), February 1963
10844-057 Might be law enforcement officials receiving the Medal of Merit award after the Frank Peterson shooting case, ca. 1963
10844-058 Two unidentified men with equipment in radio station, ca. 1963
10844-059 Unidentified man with three deer strung from ceiling, ca. 1960s
10844-060 John E. Davis portrait, ca. 1960
10844-061 Unidentified man on telephone, Strand Studio portrait (Rugby), ca. 1960s
10844-062 Law enforcement officials during case of Frank Peterson shooting, Strand Studio photograph (Rugby), February 1963
10844-063 Law enforcement officials during case of Frank Peterson shooting, Strand Studio photograph (Rugby), February 1963
10844-064 Radio dispatch in home during case of Frank Peterson shooting, Strand Studio photograph (Rugby), February 1963
10844-065 KEM Shriners wearing hats with truck, ca. 1970
10844-066 Three unidentified women getting food at banquet table, ca. 1970
10844-067 KEM Shriners wearing hats with truck, ca. 1970
10844-068 Unidentified couple dressed in formal wear walking into building, 1970
10844-069 Law enforcement officials during case of Frank Peterson shooting, Strand Studio photograph (Rugby), February 1963
10844-070 Law enforcement officials during case of Frank Peterson shooting, Strand Studio photograph (Rugby), February 1963
10844-071 Law enforcement officials during case of Frank Peterson shooting, Strand Studio photograph (Rugby), February 1963
10844-072 Presentation of check or award, left to right Jim Moffett, Harold Larson, Mrs. H. H. Vigeland, Mrs. Lloyd McVaney, Mrs. Milton (Wanda) Nielsen, Mrs. Lyle Hillman, Mrs. R.E. Ferguson, February 18, 1971
10844-073 Interior of unidentified café, probably in Rugby, Strand’s Studio photograph, ca. 1960
10844-074 Unidentified group on steam tractor, possibly in parade, ca. 1940s
10844-075 Unidentified woman seated with back to kitchen counter, ca. 1970s
10844-076 Eunice Kalloch holding a bed frame which is leaning against porch rail, ca. 1970s
10844-077 Seven unidentified women standing left to right, ca. 1970s
10844-078 Unidentified man standing in lane at bowling alley, ca. 1960
10844-079 Unidentified boy on back of large Holstein, ca. 1960
10844-080 Unidentified man standing holding a dead bobcat in one hand and rifle in other, October 25, 1959
10844-081 Father Ulric J. Pruller (spelling?) Blumenfeld Church, in front of plane fitted with skis, Strand Studio photograph, ca. 1960
10844-082 Unidentified rodeo contestant, Strand Studio photograph, ca. 1950s-1960s
10844-083 Unidentified woman on horse holding a trophy wearing riding attire, possibly at rodeo grounds
10844-084 Three men in clothing or department store, ca. 1950s-1960s
10844-085 Unidentified family, woman is tying boy’s shoe, ca. 1950s-1960s
10844-086 Unidentified group of seven men and one woman with three hunting dogs relaxing, possibly in corner of church, ca. 1950s-1960s
10844-087 Unidentified woman on Polaris Charger snowmobile, ca. 1960
10844-088 Three unidentified men doing carpentry work, ca. 1960s
10844-089 Unidentified man with a machine, possibly doing metal work, ca. 1950s-1960s
10844-090 Seven unidentified men in suits wearing name tags, ca. 1950s
10844-091 Two men inside an unidentified business, one might be in a clerk’s window, 1959
10844-092 Thor Dahl, ca. 1940s
10844-093 Group in historic costume for the 1932 Washington bi-centennial
10844-094 Unidentified beauty contestant, ca. 1940s
10844-095 Unidentified Pierce County band festival queens, ca. 1960
10844-096 Mrs. John (Elizabeth) Johnson, Wolford, ca. 1930s
10844-097 Ethel Poore (Bennett), first girl born in Pierce County, September 1887 (daughter of Byron and Isabel Poore)
10844-098 Duplicate of 10844-408
10844-099 Five unidentified men in military uniforms (copy of a daguerreotype), ca. 1870s-1880s
10844-100 Interior of automotive repair shop, ca. 1920s
10844-101 Unidentified family portrait (copy), ca. 1880s
10844-102 Large unidentified group on porch (might be Nicholas and Christina Meyer home), ca. 1890s
10844-103 Portrait of Nicholas Joseph Deplazes with wife Margaret Catherine (Scharf) and possibly brother Plazi and sister-in-law, ca. 1880s
10844-104 Children and teacher Rose C. MacDiarmid in front of #3 Girard Lake District 24 school, ca. 1900s
10844-105 Family portrait, might be Ole and Helga Rue family ca. 1910s
10844-106 Hat display in clothing or general store, ca. 1900
10844-107 Unidentified graduation photograph, ca. 1930
10844-108 Students in classroom with teacher A. W. McKinney, Sand School District number 10, School number 2, Pierce County, June 28, 1898
10844-109 Swimming pool at Ellery Park, ca 1960s
10844-110 Probably rodeo contestants mounted on horses, ca. 1960s
10844-111 Four unidentified men standing in front of plane mounted with skis, ca. 1950s
10844-112 Ervin V. Ydstie portrait, Wolford Lutheran Church, 1960
10844-113 Large group at Fourth of July picnic, ca. 1900 (“These were taken at a picnic July 4. You will know Clarence Glen & Earl all in a bunch. Earl has the flag Harry is standing in front of Bert, Myrtle has a checkered dress standing in front Nellie holds a flag Clara is in front of me and I am between two of my best friend Mrs. Brendage & Mrs. Hoffman. Yours, Laura” [handwritten on back of post card])
10844-114 Unidentified group with steam tractor, hay wagon and threshing machine post card, ca. 1910
10844-115 Men in automobile post card, left to right: unidentified, Charly Tromquist, Dan Halverson, Oscar Johnson, before 1915
10844-116 Clarence Warnken General Mercantile Store, Silva, probably between 1912 and 1919
10844-117 Rugby High School, n.d.
10844-118 Thirteen unidentified women, ca. 1930s-1940s
10844-119 Might be Old Settler’s picnic, ca. 1960s
10844-120 Duplicate of 10844-119
10844-121 Duplicate of 10844-119
10844-122 Duplicate of 10844-119
10844-123 Duplicate of 10844-119
10844-124 Baseball game, probably in Rugby, 1970s
10844-125 Might be religious ceremony at International Peace Gardens, ca. 1960s-1970s
10844-126 John Farvestad (Brazil, ND), B. Lindsley (Barton, ND), A. W. Arthur (Rolette, ND), Charles Ponnell (York, ND), Louis R. Nostdal (Rugby), ca. 1910-1920 (jurors and attorney for plaintiff in case of W. J. Anderson vs. H. M. Erenfeld, tried at Rugby on June 9, 1914. Verdict for plaintiff. The only case ever tried in District Court in Pierce County to a jury of four-handwritten on back of photograph)
10844-127 Quentin Burdick portrait, 1975
10844-128 Milton R. Young portrait, ca. 1960s
10844-129 Four unidentified men standing in front of plane fitted with skis in winter, ca. 1950s
10844-130 Automobiles on snow covered road, ca. 1940s-1950s
10844-131 Four unidentified men standing in front of plane fitted with skis in winter, ca. 1950s
10844-132-133 Car buried in snow, ca. 1950s
10844-134 Car on road between snow banks, ca. 1950s
10844-135-147 Snow covered road and snow removal, ca. 1950s
10844-149 Car buried in snow, ca. 1950s
10844-150 Aerial view of snowplow working on road, ca. 1960s
10844-151 Six images showing snow removal,
10844-152 Train wreck (five images), fall 1948
10844-153 Snow removal (six images), ca. 1940s-1950s
10844-154 Snow removal (six images), ca. 1940s-1950s
10844-155 Snow removal (six images), ca. 1940s-1950s
10844-156 Snow depth illustrations (six images [one aerial]), ca. 1940s-1950s
10844-157 Snow bank next to tree row, ca. 1940s-1950s
10844-158 Vehicles negotiating snow covered road, ca. 1940s-1950s
10844-159 Snow covered pine trees, ca. 1940s-1950s
10844-160-163 Traffic on snow covered road, ca. 1940s-1950s
10844-164-180 Snow removal from road, ca. 1940s-1950s
10844-181-182 Parade, Oliver Fossum & Sons, Rugby Sand and Gravel wagon, ca. 1950s-1960s
10844-183 Moose bull running in a field, Strand Studio photograph (Rugby), ca. 1950s-1960s
10844-184 Two horses, probably at horse show, Strand Studio photograph (Rugby), ca. 1950s-1960s
10844-185 Typical horse at ND State Championship Show (side profile), Strand Studio photograph (Rugby), ca. 1950s-1960s
10844-186 Two palomino horses, Strand Studio photograph (Rugby), ca. 1950s-1960s
10844-187 38 star US flag, likely purchased at the Philadelphia Centennial Exposition in 1876-1877
10844-188 Residence of Johan Gustaf Johnson, probably Johnson with Mrs. Alice Turnquist and Halvor Nelson, 1907
10844-189 Good Samaritan Hospital, Rugby, ND, ca. 1950s
10844-190 Geographical Center of North America Rugby, ND, cairn, n.d.
10844-191 Geographical Center of North America Rugby, ND, cairn and kiosk, n.d.
10844-192 Back of building (possibly hospital or school), ca. 1940s-1950s
10844-193 Fire fighters battling arson fire in the Cramond Hotel, Rugby, 1965
10844-194 View of arson damage to Cramond Hotel, Rugby, ca. 1965
10844-195 Good Samaritan Hospital, ca. 1940s-1950s
10844-196 Parade float, ca. 1940s-1950s
10844-197 Men riding on CASE 75HP tractor in parade, ca. 1940s-1950s
10844-198 Women and girls digging a hole, ca. 1960
10844-199 Dale A. Hawk, Wolford, truck in parade, ca. 1940s-1950s
10844-200 Crowd observing parade procession, ca. 1940s-1950s
10844-201-202 Men with steel wheel tractor, ca. 1940s
10844-203-204 People observing parade floats, ca. 1940s
10844-205 Sea themed parade float, ca. 1940s
10844-206 Men working in the Pierce County Tribune printing room, ca. 1960
10844-207 USDA ASCS building, n.d.
10844-208 Two unidentified men looking at damage to building, ca. 1940s
10844-209-213 Smoke from fire near grain elevator, ca. 1960s
10844-214-217 Crowd watching fire, ca. 1960s
10844-218 View of remnants after fire, ca. 1960s
10844-219 Distant view of smoke rising over train cars, ca. 1960s
10844-220 Rugby Milling Company wagon for parade, ca. 1961
10844-221 Rubble from fire near storage tanks, n.d.
10844-222 Large crowd approaching stand set up between Red Owl store on left and The Pierce County Tribune building on right, ca. 1950s-1960s
10844-223 Crowd watching Great Northern Railway float in parade, ca. 1940s-1950s
10844-224 Unidentified wood frame home, n.d.
10844-225 Men with either road work machinery or agricultural equipment, ca. 1960s
10844-226-227 Distant view of men working on commercial building, ca. 1970s
10844-228 View of unidentified ranch style home, ca. 1960s
10844-229 Open trench running along street, ca. 1950s-1960s
10844-230 Main Street, Rugby, ca. 1960s
10844-231 Duplicate of 10844-247
10844-232 North Side School, Rugby, n.d.
10844-233 Grade School, Rugby, n.d.
10844-234 Elevated view of United Methodist Church, Rugby, ca. 1940s
10844-235 Restaurant Piz Terri, Surrhein, Plazi Deplazes home, Switzerland, ca. 1880s
10844-236 Ink line hand drawn on top of snow banks with truck parked to show depth, ca. 1940s-1950s
10844-237 Probably Mr. and Mrs. Julius Ingebretson outside homestead (sod house), constructed in 1887, walls four feet thick, 32x24, three rooms, removed in 1900
10844-238 Mueller’s Radio and TV building on left and Fairmont Foods Co. building on right, Rugby, ca. 1940s-1950s
10844-239 Main Street, Rugby, ca. 1890s-1900s
10844-240 Ole C. Romfo Family on farm, 1903 (Clarence H. Romfo might be pictured)
10844-241 Back of unidentified building, ca. 1940s-1950s
10844-242 Auger by grain bin, n.d.
10844-243 Crowd on sidewalk near barber shop in Jacobson building, after 1902
10844-244 People outside house on farmstead, ca. 1900
10844-245 Duplicate of 10844-393
10844-246 Unidentified man on tractor pulling combine, ca. 1940s-1950s
10844-247 Bethany Lutheran Church, Rugby, ca. 1940s
10844-248 “Ready for the day’s work in ND,” three unidentified men assembling team horses, ca. 1910s
10844-249 Residences on Third Street, Rugby, before 1908
10844-250 Bird’s eye view of Rugby, before 1914
10844-251 Veterans Memorial, Orrin, ND, n.d.
10844-252 Two images: oil tank fire, Rugby, ca. 1960s and Geographical center of North America cairn, ca. 1960s (two images)
10844-253 Farmers Union Co-op Elevator, Rugby, n.d.
10844-254 Geographical Center of North America cairn, ca. 1940s-1950s
10844-255 McLean County bookmobile, ca. 1950s-1960s, pictured at a stop near Riverdale (Mrs. Doratha Welk is Bookmobile Librarian)
10844-256 Pierce County Memorial Hall, n.d.
10844-257 Aerial view of Rugby Livestock Sales complex, ca. 1970s
10844-258 Nurses Home, Rugby, ca. 1970s
10844-259 Pierce County Court House, ca. 1970s
10844-260 City Hall, ca. 1970s
10844-261 Aerial view of Rugby, n.d.
10844-262 Main Street, Rugby, September 1971
10844-263 Johnson Clinic, Rugby, ca. 1940s-1950s
10844-264 Veterans Memorial, Orrin, ND, n.d.
10844-265 Aerial view of Rugby looking to northeast, n.d.
10844-266 Aerial view of Rugby looking north, n.d.
10844-267 High School, Rugby, ca. 1970s
10844-268 Monument and flags at International Peace Gardens, n.d.
10844-269 Aerial view of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hamilton and Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Hamilton farm, Rugby, ca. 1960 (1960 Soil Conservation Achievement Program winner, Pierce County Soil Conservation District) (photograph by W.P. Sebens, Executive Secretary ND State Soil Conservation Committee)
10844-270 Aerial view of Good Samaritan Hospital, ca. 1970s
10844-271 Aerial view of large farmstead, n.d.
10844-272 Three unidentified men working on street barbeque pit, ca. 1970s
10844-273 Aerial view of International Peace Gardens, n.d.
10844-274 High School, Rugby, ca. 1950s-1960s
10844-275 Artist drawing of Good Samaritan Hospital, ca. 1970s
10844-276 Aerial view of Rugby, ca. 1960s (looking north and a little east)
10844-277 Rugby Water Treatment Plant, ca. 1970 (built in 1957)
10844-278 Southeast view of Heart of America Human Services Center under construction, ca. 1970s
10844-279 Heart of America Human Services Center under construction, ca. 1970s
10844-280 City Hall, Main Street, Rugby, ca. 1970s
10844-281 Additional water tower under construction, Rugby, n.d.
10844-282 Aerial view of Rugby hospital complex with Johnson Clinic on right, ca. 1970s
10844-283 Architect drawing of Human Services Center with addition completed, ca. 1970s
10844-284 Geographical center cairn built in early 1930s in Rugby, located at junction of highways 2 and 3, ca. 1970s
10844-285 View of house with snow covered yard from street, n.d.
10844-286 Prairie Village Museum, Rugby, ca. 1964
10844-287 Farmers Union Co-op Elevator, Rugby, Strand Studio photograph, after 1948
10844-288 Good Samaritan Hospital, Rugby, ca. 1960s
10844-289 Excavation work on lot across street from Lyric Theatre, Rugby, ca. 1950s
10844-290 Steam tractor on trailer, n.d.
10844-291 Aerial view of an unidentified farmstead, n.d.
10844-292 Rugby Library, n.d.
10844-293 Aerial view of an unidentified farmstead
10844-294 Main Street Rugby, ca. late 1940s-early 1950s
10844-295 Aerial view of an unidentified farmstead, n.d.
10844-296 Unidentified crew of men moving the Penn Depot building (museum) in Rugby July 20, 1970
10844-297 Two unidentified men combining wheat, 1970
10844-298 Unidentified home, ca. 1960s-1970s
10844-299 Hamilton Motel, Rugby, after 1965
10844-300 Two images, top is architect’s sketch, bottom is a crew moving an unidentified house, ca. 1970s
10844-301 Little Flower School, Silver Jubilee, 1967
10844-302 Wedding portrait of unidentified couple, Jorgenson Brothers photograph, Leeds, ND, ca. 1904-1912
10844-303 Architects drawing of Good Samaritan Hospital, ca. 1970s
10844-304 Aerial view of Good Samaritan Hospital, ca. 1960s
10844-305 Pierce County Tribune float in parade, Strand Photo, after 1948
10844-306 First Lutheran Church, Rugby, ca. 1960s
10844-307 Unidentified man in front of Central Farm Supply building, Massey Ferguson dealership, ca. 1960s
10844-308 Rugby Farmers Union Co-op Elevator, ca. 1960s
10844-309 Christmas shoppers in department store, probably Rugby, ca. 1960s
10844-310 M. J. McGuire, Inc. auto dealership building, Strand Studio photograph, ca. 1970
10844-311 Sign for International Peace Garden, Strand Studio photograph, ca. 1960s
10844-312 U.S. Air Force RC-121 “flying radar station,” ca. 1950s
10844-313 Lockheed U.S. Navy WV-2 “flying radar station,” ca. 1950s
10844-314 Group lying on cots possibly in gymnasium, ca. 1960s
10844-315 Dining room set up in Andrews Steak House and Lounge. Ca. 1960s
10844-316 Large crowd outside United States Inspection Station, probably International Peace Garden event, ca. 1960s
10844-317 Exterior of Peace Chapel at International Peace Garden, after 1968
10844-318 Located in Box 14
10844-319 Interior of Peace Chapel at International Peace Garden, after 1968
10844-320 Hamilton Motel, Rugby, ca. 1960s
10844-321 Children near the spillway of Balta Dam, ca. 1960s-1970s
10844-322 Two unidentified men in front of three airplanes, ca. 1960s
10844-323 Floral Terraces at International Peace Garden, ca. 1960s
10844-324 Rugby Water Treatment Plant, ca. 1960s
10844-325 Aerial winter view of Rugby Livestock Sales Ring, Strand Studio photograph, ca. 1960s
10844-326 Andrews Steak House and Lounge, Rugby, ca. 1960s
10844-327 Crop duster plane over a field, ca. 1960s
10844-328 Rugby Memorial Armory exterior, ca. 1960s
10844-329 Unidentified man ski-flying at Lake Metigoshe, ca. 1960s
10844-330 Rugby Manufacturing Company building, ca. 1960s-1970s
10844-331 Unidentified man combining, ca. 1960s
10844-332 Hamilton Motel, Rugby, ca. 1960s
10844-333 Aerial view of Rugby Livestock Sales Ring, ca. 1960s
10844-334 Aerial view of Balta Dam, ca. 1960s
10844-335 Interior of Security Bank, Rugby, John Kellesvig and Ed Seel are identified, ca. 1900
10844-336 Harry Tuff portrait, first boy born in Pierce County on May 7, 1887 to Mr. and Mrs. William Tuff, ca. 1910
10844-337 View of town from corner looking down two streets, ca. 1900 (bottom right corner of photograph is missing)
10844-338 Sketch for Pierce County Diamond Jubilee, ca. 1961
10844-339 Dale’s Auto Livery, Rugby, with inset portrait of E. S. Dale post card, ca. 1920s
10844-340 Holiday greetings postcard from Rugby (with images of Main Street looking south, the Catholic Church, and St. Paul’s Episcopal Church)
10844-341 Main Street Rugby post card, ca. 1920s
10844-342 Lutheran Good Samaritan Hospital, Rugby, post card, ca. 1920
10844-343 County officers in front of Pierce County courthouse, between 1897 and 1912
10844-344 Boys in a horse-drawn buggy near the ND Land and Loan Company and Citizens Bank, Rugby, ca. 1910
10844-345 Main Street Rugby, ca. 1890s (“The old well stands in the middle, and the court house at the end of the street. O. T. Tofsrud’s General Merchandise store can be seen on the right near the corner” A History of Pierce County, O. T. Tofsrud)
10844-346 Left to right Joe Duchscher, Pete Hoffert, Nick Duchscher, and Walter Muffenbuir (Reno Valley School District), ca. 1935
10844-347 County commissioners and staff on west side of court house, ca. 1920s
Note: Photographs 10844-348-352 are probably Gust and/or Ritzman family members related to Estelle Ritzman Bratton, Rugby
10844-348 Unidentified girl portrait, Hess Studio (Mifflintown, PA), ca. 1890s-1890s
10844-349 Unidentified woman portrait, Nolte photograph (Lewistown, PA), ca. 1880s-1890s
10844-350 Unidentified young woman portrait, Hess Studio (Mifflintown, PA), ca. 1890s-1890s
10844-351 Unidentified young man portrait, J. W. C. Floyd gallery (Lock Haven, PA), ca. 1880s
10844-352 Portrait of unidentified woman and three babies, Joseph Wilson Replogle photograph (Walnut, Juaniata Co., PA), ca. 1880s
10844-353 Unidentified couple outdoors wearing fur coats, ca. 1950s
10844-354 Pleasant Valley Church of the Brethren, York, ND, n.d.
10844-355 Main Street Rugby, ca. 1940s
10844-356 Unidentified man with unidentified woman on his lap, probably Pierce County, ca. 1910s
10844-357 Unidentified man and woman leaning against a rail on upper level of building with open view of street behind, probably Pierce County, ca. 1910s
10844-358 Two unidentified men leaning against a rail on upper level of building with open view of street behind, ca. probably Pierce County, 1910s
10844-359 Two unidentified young girls portrait, Knox Studio photograph, ca. 1900
10844-360 Unidentified man with cigar leaning against a rail on upper level with open view to street behind, probably Pierce County, ca. 1910s
10844-361 Unidentified men with bicycles portrait, Pierce & Potter photograph (Leeds, ND), ca. 1900
10844-362 Two unidentified men with a tandem bicycle portrait, Pierce & Potter
Photograph (Leeds), ca. 1900
10844-363 Unidentified woman with bible and rosary beads portrait (taken in SD), ca. 1900
10844-364 Unidentified man and boy on sidewalk in front of store, ca. 1880s-1890s
10844-365 Andrew Fossum portrait, Currier and Parkinson photograph (Mayville), ca. 1892
10844-366 Pierce County Officers, left to right, seated: County Judge Even Gunderson; Treasurer Karl Julsrud; auditor A. J. Lavik; States Attorney L. N. Torson; Coroner Hans N. Bjornstad. Standing, left to right: Registrar Henry W. Ellingson; Clerk of Court William Emslie; ex-County Judge Fred H. McBride and Sheriff K. B. Reynolds, 1899
10844-367-370 Group of men pulling wagon with “Barton Banner” sign, Barton, ca. 1890s
10844-371 Hunting party with shotguns and harvest of ducks, ca. 1940s
10844-372 Large group of children, unidentified school photograph, ca. 1940s-1950s
10844-373 Steam tractor on flatbed semi-trailer, ca. 1960s-1970s
10844-374 Unidentified family portrait, ca. 1940s
10844-375 Unidentified woman wedding portrait, ca. 1940s-1950s
10844-376 Unidentified couple wedding portrait, ca. 1940s-1950s
10844-377 Unidentified man portrait, Christian Erickson photograph (Rugby, ND), ca. 1906
10844-378 Unidentified baby portrait, B. M. Pierce photograph (Leeds), ca. 1902
10844-379 Two unidentified children portrait, Christian Erickson photograph (Rugby, ND), ca. 1906
10844-380 Unidentified family outside farm house, ca. 1900
10844-381 Portrait of unidentified young child standing on ornate chair, B. M. Pierce photograph (Leeds), ca. 1902
10844-382 Portrait of Mrs. John Saterlie (Agnes Gustavson), Olson photograph (Montevideo, MN), ca. 1900
10844-383 William A. and Katie Hamilton portrait (with son Charles and two other children), Markell Brothers (Rolla, ND), ca. 1896
10844-384 Unidentified couple wedding portrait, ca. 1940s-1950s
10844-385 Luther H. Bratton in office, possibly while publishing the Knox Advocate or Rugby Optimist, ca. 1903
10844-386 Good Samaritan Hospital School for Nurses graduates, Class of 1938
10844-387 Mrs. George Davidson (Kate Harman), Mrs. Fred L. Ely (Eva Bigelow), Mrs. Newlove (Grace), Mrs. A. M. Iverson (Ferdie Lochwood), Mrs. Ed Seel (Nora Scotland), Mrs. John Bigelow (Sally Angeline Thompson), after 1906
10844-388 Unidentified family portrait, ca. 1900s
10844-389 Portrait of three unidentified men (one is Carl Ekren), ca. 1900s
10844-390a Group photograph of camping or hunting group outside tent “Camp Arrow Point,” ca. 1910s
10844-390a Family outside tent, sod house in background, ca. 1910s
10844-391 Probably portrait of teacher with students, Crest Studio photograph, ca. 1910s
10844-392 Young man on horse-drawn water wagon advertising Efferly and Van Court Grocers and Bakers, Rugby, ca. 1910
10844-393 Interior of clothing or general mercantile store, ca. 1910s
10844-394 Unidentified family portrait, might be Olaf Pederson family, ca. 1910s
10844-395 Unidentified young woman sitting on steps of house, photo by Northwest Photo Company (Portland, OR), ca. 1910s
10844-396 Duplicate of 10844-381
10844-397 Woman and baby seated in a wicker chair portrait by Crest Studio (Rugby), ca. 1910s
10844-398 Portrait of surviving pioneers who came before 1886: top, left to right: Pam (Michael Pamphilus) Cruden, Ole T. Tofsrud, and Peter Beck; bottom, left to right: Peter Olson, W. A. Hamilton, and John Olaveson, 1935
10844-399 Group in front of The Rugby Milling Co. building, between 1910 and 1929 (left to right unidentified, W. B. Paterson, John Rockstad, unidentified, Frank Adamack, Mrs. Frank [Eva] Adamack)
10844-400 Portrait of surviving pioneers who came before 1886: Mrs. Byron (Isabelle) Poore, Mrs. Hans (Anna L. Larson) Hendrickson, Mrs. Nathaniel (Sophrona B.) Vaughn, 1935
10844-401 Portrait of unidentified young couple, A. P. Swearingen portrait (Guthrie, Oklahoma Territory), between 1890 and 1907
10844-402 Portrait of unidentified woman and two daughters, Oliver Evans portrait (Devils Lake), ca. 1904-1910
10844-403 Portrait of unidentified young woman, B. M. Pierce photograph (Leeds), ca. 1902
10844-404 Unidentified young girl, portrait by Christian Erickson (Rugby), ca. 1906
10844-405 Duplicate of 10844-404
10844-406 Threshing crew working near Barton, identified are: Mikkel (Mike) S. Gudvangen, Lars Haakenson, Klaus Ruud, ca. 1900 (either Torger Haugen at machine, or group is using Torger Haugen’s machine)
10844-407 View of Denny (Barton) (ND), ca. 1888. Buildings and people, left to right are: store owned by Robert Hooey (later bought by James and Adelade [McGuire] Tyvand), Tyvand’s Store (burned down), Martin O. Dahl and Christianson Evenson mercantile, Mrs. Anton Soby and lady friend in horse-drawn wagon, unknown building, Nash store, Anton Soby and Hands Aarstad blacksmith shop, and first school house.
10844-408 Probably Rugby High School band, ca. 1940s
10844-409 Located in box 14
10844-410 Located in box 14
10844-411 Large group on bridge perhaps for dedication, probably Pierce County, ca. 1928
10844-412 L. H. Bratton at work in Pierce County Tribune, portrait by Strand Studio, between 1948 and 1957
10844-413 L. H. Bratton at work in Pierce County Tribune, portrait by Strand Studio, between 1948 and 1957
10844-420 Unidentified young child portrait, B. M. Pierce photograph (Leeds), ca. 1902
10844-421 Three unidentified men with shotguns and harvest of geese, Rugby, ca. 1930
10844-422 Unidentified man portrait, Oliver Evans photograph (Devils Lake), ca. 1904-1910
10844-423 Unidentified group in and by car, ca. 1920s
10844-424 Unidentified group of young children, possibly near a school or church, ca. 1920s-1930s
10844-425 Inset photo of two musicians with “Silent Night” music
10844-426 Hans T?, Emilie Hill photograph (Pelican Rapids, MN), ca. 1902
10844-427 Unidentified young girl portrait, B. M. Pierce photograph (Leeds), ca. 1902
10844-428 Duplicate of 10844-420
10844-429 Unidentified Pierce County school class, ca. 1930s
10844-430 Portrait of unidentified man, ca. 1930
10844-431 Unidentified man with golf clubs, ca. 1940s
10844-432 Fred Braaten portrait, Pierce Bros. (Leeds), ca. 1902
10844-433 Three men and two boys shocking grain (all unidentified), ca. 1930s
10844-434 Unidentified family portrait, ca. 1880s-1890s
10844-435 Unidentified family portrait, ca. 1880s-1890s
10844-436 Hans Blessum portrait, Henry B. Herington photograph (Dexter, MN), ca. 1902
10844-437 Unidentified young man portrait, Carl O. Erickson Studio (St. Paul, MN), between 1903 and 1908
10844-438 Unidentified man portrait, Crest Studio (Rugby), ca. 1900-1910
10844-439 Duplicate of 10844-438
10844-440 Portrait of an unidentified man, ca. 1921 (same person seen in 10844-441, different pose)
10844-441 Portrait of an unidentified man, ca. 1921 (same person seen in 10844-440, different pose)
10844-442 Unidentified man portrait, Crest Studio (Rugby), ca. 1920
10844-443 Large unidentified group (might be church group or golden wedding anniversary, ca. 1940s)
Box 13: Negatives
10844-340 Screened negative - Holiday greeting postcard from Rugby
10844-444 Screened negative - Postcard of sack of flour made by The Rugby Milling Co.
10844-445 Screened negative - Unidentified woman wearing glasses portrait
10844-446 Screened negative - Unidentified woman dressed in nursing outfit portrait
10844-447 Screened negative - Unidentified woman dressed in nursing outfit portrait
10844-448 Screened negative - “Where we get off the Water Wagon at Moorhead,” unidentified man seated holding reins to horses, man helping woman down from wagon
10844-449 Picnic scene, unidentified woman facing left, seated outdoors at table with car parked close at her right
10844-450 Screened negative - Barton 1906, image of buildings to left, more structures at rear center and right, three unidentified men walking at front right
10844-451 Screened negative - Six team horses
10844-318 Newspaper clipping “Scene at the Divide County Threshing Bee” out with three images (one side has two unidentified men standing on pickup box next to back of steam tractor, unidentified man on tractor [Roland Knudson of Crosby?]and unidentified man standing near front left of tractor), the other side has one image of two unidentified boys shoveling grain at Divide County Threshing Bee, one image of John Benter and son Neil on 1925 Henderson motorcycle with sidecar)
10844-409 Newspaper clipping of Mrs. Parker C. Kalloch, Jr. (Eunice) at tree planting ceremony honoring her at new park site to be named after her, ca. 1968
10844-410 Eight unidentified men and one woman, eight seated left to right, one man standing on elevated level at back holding a gavel (possibly some type of courthouse, or a governing body in a committee room), photograph by The Vetter Studio, Brooklyn, NY, February 1915
10844-454 Unidentified woman standing on a ladder next to a sunflower illustrating the height of the plant
10844-302 Architectural drawing of Rugby High School by R. Olson, January 17, 1971
10844-414 Luther H. Bratton and unidentified (might be August F. Voigt) outside Leeds News building, 1895 (or 1899?)
10844-415 Duplicate image of 10844-411
10844-416 Fourth of July picnic at the Elling and Janet Enger home, northeast of Barton (ND), ca. 1900 (Hannah Fedje, Martha Gudvangen, and Mike Gudvangen are identified)
10844-417 Barton School class portrait with teacher Hattie Mott and Principal Prof. Leding, ca. 1920s
10844-418 Sands Confectionary and Hotel Julien store fronts on South Main Street, Rugby Harroun & Stevens photograph, Rugby, between 1904 and 1918
10844-419 Teacher Ellen Bigelow Ely with students outside unidentified Pierce County rural school, ca. 1910s
10844-452 Unidentified country school in Pierce County, class portrait by Crest Studio (Rugby), 1912
10844-453 Odin Lodge 87 Sons of Norway group portrait in front of Pierce County Tribune building, Rugby, ND, photograph by L. W. Harroun (Rugby), 1911
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