D. A. V.

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Title

D. A. V.

Description

A picture of six women from the American Legion Auxilliary arranged for a photo. All of the women are wearing American Legion Auxilliary hats; the one on the lady on the left in the back is white, while the rest are a darker color. They all also have glasses and have ribbons of various colors pinned on their dresses. The women in the back all have lighter colored dresses, with the dress on the far right having a pattern. The dress of the lady in the front row on the left has a plaid pattern. The dress of the lady on her left is darker and has a white feather-like pattern. The last person in the front is wearing a dark dress with a white shawl.

Creator

Osborn

Rights

This image cannot be copied or reproduced without the written permission of the Dickinson Museum Center. This image may be freely used for education uses, so long as it is not altered in any way. No commercial reproduction or distribution of this image file is permitted without written permission of the Dickinson Museum Center.

Format

jpg, tiff

Medium

black and white Kodak film negative

Type

.jpg

Identifier

38618-013

Spatial Coverage

Bismarck

Original Format

Black and White Kodak Film negative

Physical Dimensions

4x5

Cataloguer's Notes

Seven envelopes, a note, and a business card. The six small envelopes inside the large envelope give the name of the photo studio, and some miscelaneous order information. The large envelope has \"D. A. V.\"" on the front. The business card is for Wayne Seelhammer, the department commander of the American Legion Department in North Dakota. The note, from Alfrida Classon, thanks Osborn's Studio for sending the photos and requests another print of a specific photo."

Physical Location

Box 96

Ordering Info

http://www.dickinsonmuseumcenter.com/fees/

Comments

Allowed tags: <p>, <a>, <em>, <strong>, <ul>, <ol>, <li>

Citation

Osborn, “D. A. V.,” Southwestern North Dakota Digital Archive At the Dickinson Museum Center, accessed July 17, 2024, https://dmc.omeka.net/items/show/1098928.