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Dickinson Armory

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The Dickinson Armory and military training building, 1905. Written on the back is, "418 (191) / DICKINSON ARMORY & MILITARY / TRAINING BUILDING 1905 / -203- / NEG / # / 62."

Smith Hospital

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Smith Hospital, 1905, at corner of 1st Ave. East and 1st St. East. The Smith Hospital was located at 208 1st Ave E. It was a 3 story clapboard building with a porch, a bay window, and a picket fence. Newly planted trees can be seen in front of the…

Smith Hospital

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Smith Hospital, 1905, at corner of 1st Ave. East and 1st St. East. The Smith Hospital was located at 208 1st Ave E. It was a 3 story clapboard building with a porch, a bay window, and a picket fence. Newly planted trees can be seen in front of the…

St. Paul's Methodist Episcopal Church

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Photo of the 1st Methodist Church in Dickinson, also known as St. Paul's Methodist Episcopal Church, which was located on the southeast corner of First Avenue West and Third Street West. It was made of wood, with a bell tower, and 1 stained glass…

St. Paul's Methodist Episcopal Church

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Photo of the 1st Methodist Church in Dickinson, also known as St. Paul's Methodist Episcopal Church, which was located on the southeast corner of First Avenue West and Third Street West. It was made of wood, with a bell tower, and 1 stained glass…

St. Paul's Methodist Episcopal Church

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Photo of the 1st Methodist Church in Dickinson, also known as St. Paul's Methodist Episcopal Church, which was located on the southeast corner of First Avenue West and Third Street West. It was made of wood, with a bell tower, and 1 stained glass…

Sims Street, Dickinson

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Sims Street, 1905, looking north from Villard Street. On the left is Senour & Langley Hardware Store, L.A. Davis Undertaker, Frankenberg Furniture Store, Mrs. Mary Murn's Millinery, and a Bowling Alley and Billiard Hall in the last building. On the…

Herman Rabe and Family

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A picture of a Herman Rabe and family sitting in a new convertible automobile. The car has metal spoked tires. Herman Rabe is sitting at the wheel, two women are sitting in the back, two young boys are sitting in the back, two young girls are in…