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Title: Charles Benjamin Schneider  

Dates: 1906-1962

Collection Number: 2017-P-039

Quantity: 41 items

Abstract: Images of flooding in Minot (N.D.), train wrecks, Schneider family,  and agricultural scenes, including steam tractors, Ray and Minot (N.D.).

Provenance: The Charles Benjamin Schneider collection was donated to the SHSND by Pat Dahl in December 2017.

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.

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.


Box 1:
00001    Steam powered threshing crew, Jack Schneider standing on the right 1908
00002    Minot (N.D.) flood ca. 1920
00003    Minot (N.D.) flood, looking west on 4th Ave from 2nd St NW 1923
00004    Minot (N.D.) flood ca. 1920
00005    Minot (N.D.) flood, looking south on 4th NW from 4th Ave NW 1923
00006    Minot (N.D.) flood, looking west on 4th Ave NW  1923
00007    Minot (N.D.) flood 1923
00008    People sitting on a car in the flood waters, child on bumper is Sidney Engman, Minot (N.D.) flood ca. 1920
00009    Children lined up in front of the Sturet School, NW of Ray (N.D.) ca. 1920
00010    Man standing next to International pickup, "Ray" above the windshield 1923
00011    Men and dog standing on Reinhold Schneider's plowing outfit, Reinhold is seated, man standing in back is Jack Schneider, Ray (N.D.)     1909
00012    C. J. Schneider farm, Ray (N.D.) 1906
00013    Two men in front of Great Northern locomotive #5301  01/10/1944
00014    C. B. Schneider and Skogstad with large locomotive #2121, Williston (N.D.) 06/19/1939
00015    Horse drawn wagon crossing a river in a ferry     ca. 1930
00016    Men looking at a crashed and burned airplane   08/10/1928
00017    FJS driving a tractor ca. 1922
00018    Men operating a steam tractor 1928
00019    Train wreck with locomotive #2054, Berthold (N.D.) 08/25/1945
00020    Men looking at a train wreck       1945
00021 – 00023 Grain elevator destroyed by a tornado, West Hope (N.D.)  1940
00024    Charles with daughter Mildred and granddaughter Denise 1962
00025    Crowded street scene, Ray (N.D.) 08/18/1911
00026    Men building large structure ca. 1920
00027    Possibly Frank Schneider in a wagon in front of a barn 05/1913
00028    First locomotive owned by Great Northern William Crooks #1 ca. 1920
00029    School and park, Ray (N.D.) ca. 1920
00030    Postcard of Sakakawea statue, Bismarck (N.D.)  ca. 1920
00031    Theodore Roosevelt Cabin, Bismarck (N.D.) ca. 1920
00032    Middle Entrance to Theodore Roosevelt National Park, Medora (N.D.) ca. 1920
00033    Deep test oil well, Ray (N.D.)      1937
00034    Tourist cabins, Ray (N.D.)             1937
00035    City Hall, Ray (N.D.)         1937
00036    Man driving steam tractor 1914
00037    Three men, one in a cart, man on left is Hank Schneider ca. 1915
00038    C. B. Schneider leaning on a drilling machine ca. 1915
00039    Train wreck with locomotive #1148 ca. 1920
00040    C. B. Schneider and another man operating a drilling machine ca. 1915
00041    Ben Schneider pulling a combine with his Model T coupe on the Roy Vaill farm 12 miles S of Ray, (N.D.) ca. 1920

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