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Richardson Photograph Collection

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Contents List


Box 1

Events

Identified

RC355 No. 300 Transportation. Pierre to Deadwood, D.T.

Unidentified

RC348 Threshing, circa 1890.

RC360 Steamboat, circa 1890.

RC363 Musicians in studio, circa 1970.

 

Places

Identified

RC374 This is the real “Spring Creek” location, on Slip-Up Creek. The Andrew Berdahl home near Garretson (taken in 1925), where Rolvaag’s wife Jennie grew up, where the couple had their honeymoon, and where Rolvaag heard from Andrew and Jennie’s uncles many of the stories that went into Giants and other Beret Holm novels. RC376 Placing corn on Corn Palace, Mitchell, SD, 1969. (Photograph Courtesy Travel Division S. D. Department of Highways Pierre, SD 57501)

RC377 Men working on Corn Palace, Mitchell, SD, 1969. (Photograph Courtesy Travel Division S. D. Department of Highways Pierre, SD 57501)

RC378 Mitchell Corn Palace, Mitchell, SD, 1969. (Photograph Courtesy Travel Division S. D. Department of Highways Pierre, SD 57501)

Identified – Vermillion SD

RC382 First Baptist Church and log schoolhouse at foot of ravine, circa 1876.

RC383 First Baptist Church and log schoolhouse at foot of ravine, circa 1876.

RC384 First Baptist Church and log schoolhouse at foot of ravine, circa 1876.

RC389 West on Main Street, Vermillion, SD, 1945.

RC390 West Main Street, Vermillion, SD, 1947.

RC391 West Main Street, Vermillion, SD, 1947.

RC392 West on Main Street, Vermillion, SD, circa 1947.

RC393 West on Main Street, Vermillion, SD, circa 1947.

RC394 Looking East on Main Street, Vermillion, SD, circa 1947.

RC395 Aerial view of Vermillion 1960s.

Unidentified

RC396 Church and mission(?), circa 1900.

RC397 Church circa, 1900.

RC398 Large white house next to church, circa 1900. (Center for Western Studies copy photograph, Augustana College, Sioux Falls, SD)

RC399 People having portrait taken outside of church with log cabin in the background, 1880s-1900.

RC400 Richardsonian Romanesque building, circa 1900.

People

Identified

RC362 Governor Richard F. Kneip meeting with unidentified man, 1970s.

RC402 Frederick Manfred. Photograph by Larry Risser, 1960.

RC403 William McMasters, circa 1930.

RC404 President L.B. Johnson with South Dakota leaders, 1969.

RC405 Elaine Goodale Eastman, 1880.

RC406 Elaine Goodale Eastman with her driver and outfit, 1890.

RC407 Dr. A. D. Hard of Wentworth, SD. Summer of 1889. Said to have purchased the first automobile west of the Mississippi River.

RC408 Relative of Nellie Noah Swanson - Alcester, SD.

Unidentified

RC361 Children in surrey with fringe on top, circa 1890.

RC410 Five women and two men sitting on a front porch, circa 1890.

RC411 Native American playing flute, circa 1890.

RC412 Soldiers in uniform, circa 1890.

RC413 Portrait of a man, n.d.

RC414 Portrait of a man, 1800s.

RC415 Man walking down stairs, 1930s.

RC416 Man holding up a map of South Dakota with model of Navy ship,1940s.

RC417 Portrait of a man, circa 1915.

RC418 Portrait of a man, circa 1915.

RC419 Portrait of a woman, circa 1925.

RC420 Woman and three children, circa 1900.

RC424 Man sitting at Richard Kneip’s desk, 1970s.

 

Box 2 OVERSIZE

Events

Identified (two folders)

RC356 No. 300 Transportation. Pierre to Deadwood, D.T.

RC357 2358. “A Golden work.” Hydraulic mining at Rockerville, Dak. Photograph and copyright by Grabill, 1889.

RC358 Summer meeting of the North Dakota Press Association, Williston, August 5-6, 1910. Olson’s Studio.

RC359 Rig No. 9 taken two miles north of De Smet, 1890s.

RC578 Dakota Delegation on steps of the U. S. Capitol Building, Washington, D.C., 1879-1907. Accession Number 2008.17. Donated by Edith Siegrist. Photograph is copy from glass plate negative located in Record Group 106, Records of the Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology

Unidentified

RC364 Men and women in a park in front of a stage, early 1900s.

Places

Identified

RC379 Mitchell Corn Palace, Mitchell, SD, October 1900. Barton and Cox Photographers.

Identified – Vermillion SD

RC381 Boat landing, Vermillion, SD, 1913.

RC385 Lower Vermillion, pre 1881.

RC386 From summit of Spirit Mound, circa 1900. Butler’s Photograph Gallery.

RC387 Donkey and cart in front of unidentified store selling butter and fresh eggs, 1870s-1900.

RC388 The City Extends Greetings, Downtown Vermillion, early 1900s.

Unidentified

RC365 Men standing in front of a well, early 1900s.

RC380 People standing by fence in front of house. Verso: We moved into this house September 1, 1874 and are living in it now. This picture was taken in May 1876. We have improved it very much since this was taken.

RC401 House, early 1900s.

People

Identified

RC409 Joe, Mamie, and Laura Slechtas, Christmas 1908.

RC421 Indian Council, 1908 at Pierre, SD. Standing (back row left to right): Major Bentley, Little Shield, Lone Eagle, Iron Lightening, Fish Gut, Charging First, and G. H. Jaynes. Seated (left to right): Brown Thunder, C. H. Englesby, Governor R. S. Vessey, Colonel Alfred Sydney Frost, Yellow Owl, Giles Tapetomwan or Tapeola (interpreter). Seated or kneeling on floor: Feared by Enemy, Puts on his Shoes, White Bull.

Unidentified

RC422 Soldiers, circa 1880.

RC423 Portrait of a woman, circa 1890.

 

Box 3 OVERSIZE

People

Identified

RC579 Dr. John Calvin (J.C.) Greenfield (1875-1948), n.d. Pioneer Country Doctor, Avon, South Dakota.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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