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Title: Western North Dakota

Dates: ca. 1910

Collection Number: 2005-P-021

Quantity: 47 items

Abstract: Images of homesteaders and farming in Adams County, N.D. ca. 1910

Provenance: The State Historical Society of North Dakota acquired this collection from Eva Youngberg in December 1993.

Property Rights: The State Historical Society of North Dakota owns the property rights to this collection.
Copyrights: Copyrights to materials in 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 and an archivist at this repository if clarification of copyright requirements is needed.        
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Biographical note
Some of the photographs are postcards that were written to: Elvin Kleine, McFarland, Dane County, Wisc.; H.C. Kleine, McFarland, Dane County, Wisc., Mrs. Charles Struckmeyer, Cottage Grove, Dane County, Wisc.; Alma Kleine; Otto Kleine, McFarland, Dane County, Wisc. One postcard is signed T.B.K. which could be Teddie Kleine. One post card is signed Al, which could be Alfred Kleine. The donor, Eva Youngstrand’s, maiden name was Struckmeyer. Hettinger and Pierson, N.D. are the locations of a few photos as well as Lampl’s sheep farm, all of which are in Adams County, N.D.


2005-P-021-01   Irving Street and Public Library, Redfield, S.D. ca. 1907
2005-P-021-02   Lampl’s sheep ranch, Adams County, N.D. 1910
2005-P-021-03   Pastor and congregation outside a church – “Rev. Bunge’s sheep” 1910
2005-P-021-04   German Russians at church 1910
2005-P-021-05   Contents of a barrel from Wisc. 1910
2005-P-021-06   Possibly a vein of coal
2005-P-021-07   Threshing scene
2005-P-021-08   One mile of furrows 1910
2005-P-021-09   A flax farm 1910
2005-P-021-10   North Dakota Badlands
2005-P-021-11   Badlands, Hettinger, N.D.
2005-P-021-12   Young prairie wolf or coyote
2005-P-021-13   Teddie and her pets
2005-P-021-14   Me and my pets – two cats and a coyote pup 1910
2005-P-021-15   Two four pound potatoes 1910
2005-P-021-16   Cat sitting on an upturned bucket
2005-P-021-17   Wood frame house
2005-P-021-18   Teddie with two cows, calf and a milk pail 1910
2005-P-021-19   Hunter with horse
2005-P-021-20   “Rev. Bunge’s sheep” 1910
2005-P-021-21   “Our meat supply”
2005-P-021-22   Disking with a tractor
2005-P-021-23 – 24 Men with a big 4 tractor
2005-P-021-25   Man on horseback
2005-P-021-26   Busting broncos, Pierson, N.D. October 17, 1911
2005-P-021-27   Taking horses to water
2005-P-021-28   Woman on horseback
2005-P-021-29   Helping Buster mount horse
2005-P-021-30   Teddie with rifle
2005-P-021-31   Three men eating beside a tent, wagon, and motorcycle
2005-P-021-32   Me and my pets
2005-P-021-33   A natural bridge
2005-P-021-34   Coyote pup on a chain
2005-P-021-35   Wagonload of coal
2005-P-021-36   Three men outside tent
2005-P-021-37   Man with big 4 tractor
2005-P-021-38   Taking horses to water
2005-P-021-39   Farm site
2005-P-021-40   A prairie funeral – line of wagons 1910
2005-P-021-41   Teddie on a wagon with barrels
2005-P-021-42   Four men in a wagon
2005-P-021-43   Man and woman in horse drawn wagon
2005-P-021-44   same as 31
2005-P-021-45   Winter scene at farmhouse with bales stacked against it
2005-P-021-46   “Main Hall” 1910
2005-P-021-47   Wood frame house same as 17

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