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Doug Evenstad Collection

 Unprocessed — Multiple Containers
Identifier: H2009-041

Content Description

The collection consists of reprinted photographs, mostly of Pierre and Ft. Pierre, but including Midland, Highmore, and Kadoka. The images date from the 1890s to the 1910s. There are twenty seven reprints in the collection. The collection will be valuable for researchers interested in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century history of central South Dakota.

Acquisition Type

Gift

Restrictions Apply

No

Dates

  • 1890s-1920s

Extent

0.1 Cubic Feet

Inventory

3756B Ft. Pierre Businessmen & Merchants, main street Ft. Pierre, 1905 3756C St. Mary’s Hospital, Pierre, 1907 Group in front of Chicago and Northwestern Railroad dept at Pierre, 1930 Capitol Avenue, Pierre, “A Western Street without a Mortgage built by Chas. L Hyde” ca. 1920 New St. Charles Hotel, Pierre ca 1930 St. Charles Hotel, Bob Rey at front desk, ca 1920 St. Charles Hotel, Second Floor Mezzanine, ca 1919 The “Scotty Phillip” ferry, steamboat on Missouri River, Pierre in distant background Early Dining Room, unknown building, ca 1910 Locke Hotel grand opening, Pierre 1890 Two men at camp on Marion’s Island across from Pierre, June 1895 Charles Hyde – Visionary Early Ft. Pierre main street, fake street car, 1900 Basement of Stockgrower’s Bank, Ft. Pierre, 1914 Stanley County Courthouse construction in progress, 1909 Interior of the Fischer Brothers Store, Ft. Pierre, 1914 Harry Hopkins Road Ranch, 20 miles west of Ft. Pierre, 1906 Main street, Ft. Pierre, Fischer Brothers Store, Scotty Phillip in Car, 1907 The General Saloon in Ft. Pierre, 1903 Interior of Rickets Meat Market, Ft. Pierre, 1903 Men on horses in front of Young’s Livery Stable, Ft. Pierre, 1910 Main Street, Midland, SD looking west, ca 1909 Main Street, Kadoka, SD, 1909 Main Street, Midland, SD looking west, 1910 Ruins of Highmore, Dakota Territory after July 15, 1885 tornado Tin Cup’s Camp on Bad River across from Stanley Gordon’s 1904 Indians on the way to Cheyenne Agency, 1900