Cannon Ball Express


Cannon Ball Express


A group of 3 men who are standing in front of, or on, a railroad, wood, caboose. All 3 are wearing the same attire. A shirt with wide lapels; ties; jackets with shoulder yokes, that have stars on them; a wide belt with a gold looking belt buckle; wide belt loops with stars on them; pants; white, zipper, leather boots. The man in the middle has his eyes closed. The side of the caboose has the capital letters N P for Northern Pacific, the numbers 1732, and the words Radio Equipped. Above the door to the caboose are numbers 1732. Exact date and location unknown. Unidentified.


Osborn Studio

Date Created

Day and Month given but year unknown. 7/11.


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Color Kodak Safety Film





Original Format

Safety Film Negative

Physical Dimensions

2.5 x 2.25

Cataloguer's Notes

No receipt. 1. 2 order envelopes. 1 developing instruction envelope. Negative has the number 1 on it.

Physical Location

Box 99

Ordering Info


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Osborn Studio, “Cannon Ball Express,” Southwestern North Dakota Digital Archive At the Dickinson Museum Center, accessed July 7, 2022,