Kodak negative of a Shriners in the North Dakota Western Badlands. Most of the men in the 1st row are wearing shirts, bow ties, jackets, slacks, and Fezzes with the word El Zagal. Other words on their hats read Potentate, Divan, Treasurer, and Chaplain. Many of these men are wearing a medal. Shriners behind the 1st row are wearing shirts, pants, and Fezzes with the word El Zagal. 1 Shiner on the 1st row, and 5 on the back row, are dressed as cowboys. In the back are 3 Shriners who are dressed up as Native Americans. 1 of these is carrying a lance with feathers on it. Behind his group are cliffs of the Badlands. Exact location unknown. Unidentified.
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Black and white Kodak Safety Film
North Dakota Western Badlands
Safety Film Negative
“Shrine Ceremonial,” Southwestern North Dakota Digital Archive At the Dickinson Museum Center, accessed December 6, 2019, https://dmc.omeka.net/items/show/1107257.