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Deadwood Photograph Collection, 1878-1918

 Unprocessed — Box: 08539 A
Identifier: H2003-029

Content Description

This collection consists of twenty-six 5x7 black and white reprint photographs mostly of the Deadwood area. Original photographs and negatives are at the Black Hills Geological Institute. Charles E. McHugh, past president of the Homestake Mining Company, of the Lead/ Deadwood collected the photos.

Acquisition Type

Gift

Restrictions Apply

No

Dates

  • 1878-1918

Extent

0.25 Cubic Feet

Inventory

Anna Frances Butler and Charles E. McHugh wedding picture, September 5, 1906 Phinny Quartz gold mill, Central City, 1878 Deadwood flood, Whitewood Creek, June 1909 Passenger Depot in Deadwood, 1909 Deadwood Flood, shows Black Hills Steam Laundry building, June 1909 Deadwood Flood, showing the rear of a Deadwood business building, June 1909 Deadwood Flood, showing the water-tower and engine house near the mills in Deadwood's first ward, June 1909 Bird's eye view of Lead, 1900 Deadwood Flood, showing destruction, June 1909 Deadwood Flood, men stabilizing railroad tracks that were damaged in the flood, June 1909 Deadwood Flood, possibly the Chicago Burlington & Quincy near Pluma, June 1909 Deadwood Flood, unknown location, June 1909 Deadwood Flood, unknown location, showing damaged railroad tracks, June 1909 House damaged by the June 1909 flood, unknown location, possibly Pluma Group of men. Unconfirmed photo of President Theodore Roosevelt on the front steps of the Franklin Hotel in Deadwood. The Columbus Gold Mining and Milling Company offices occupied the main floor of the office to the right. Bird's eye view of downtown Deadwood, 1910 Deadwood flood, damaged railroad tracks, June 1909 Deadwood flood, damaged railroad tracks, June 1909 Smelter under construction at the School of Mines in Rapid City, 1898 Homestake, New England shaft house, near Lead, S.D., 1905 Homestake Mining Company Machine Shop crew, January 1918 Unidentified Deadwood Saloon, 1910 Employees of the Mechanic Dept., Homestake Mining Co., June 29, 1918 Street view of Deadwood, 1912