First National Bank


First National Bank


Kodak negative of five individuals sitting in front of a fireplace and a coffee table is in front of them. The building they are in is the First National Bank, which was located at, 7 1st Ave. West. There is a man wearing a suit with a white shirt and tie as well as glasses. There are two women sitting wearing dresses the woman in the white dress has her eyes closed. There is also two women standing behind them one is wearing a hat, sweater and skirt. The other is wearing a black dress with pearls and she also has glasses. She also has her hands on the shoulders of the woman in front of her looking down. The three sitting are holding a pad of paper and pen. On the coffee table are magazines (Better Homes and Garden, Life, National Geographic, and Saturday Evening Post) and an ashtray with cigarettes. The flooring and walls are brick. Where they are sitting there is carpet. The woman on the 2nd row, wearing glasses, is Eveleen Natchwey, who was the President of the Frist National Bank. The others are unidentified.


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Black and white Kodak Safety Film





Spatial Coverage

Dickinson, ND

Original Format

Safety Film Negative

Physical Dimensions


Cataloguer's Notes

No receipt.

Physical Location

Box 99

Ordering Info


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“First National Bank,” Southwestern North Dakota Digital Archive At the Dickinson Museum Center, accessed June 19, 2024,