This is a picture of a meeting of the P.E.O. Sisterhood. Two women are standing at a podium holding a certificate. Both of them are looking at each other. The woman on the left has tightly curled hair, glasses, a bright brooch, and a white collared polka dot blouse and skirt. The woman on the right has a white polka-dot vest over her more darkly colored dress. She has a nametag with a star which faintly reads \"Elenor Snider.\"" She also has loose curls and flower earrings. Behind them are two wood chairs and a symbol of a cross, star, and flag."
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black and white Kodak film negative
Black and White Kodak negative
Four envelopes. Both manilla envelopes have the same information: an identifying number and the subject of the photos (P.E.O. Convention). The white printed envelopes have order information. One of them has P.E.O. on the front. The other envelope has a name (Mrs. Keahane), a place (Beach, ND), some order information, and a date (3/31).
Osborn, “P.E.O. Convention,” Southwestern North Dakota Digital Archive At the Dickinson Museum Center, accessed January 19, 2020, https://dmc.omeka.net/items/show/1098981.