Poker Villard House
Poker Villard House
Three men are seated at a wooden table on wooden chairs. The table top is covered with white cloth, gathered around the top. On the table is a tray with an open bottle of beer and two small glasses filled about two-thirds of the way with beer with a head of foam on top. Behind the tray are two additional bottles of beer, one with a cork in it. To the left of the tray is an open packet of paper with what appears to be saltine crackers on it. The man on the right has a small piece of cracker in his hand. The man on the left has a whole cracker in his hand. There is a man standing between the seated man on the right and the seated man in the center. He is wearing a dark vest, a light-colored long-sleeved shirt with a neckerchief, and a white apron that ties around his waist and goes almost to the floor. He has dark hair parted on the left side, and a dark mustache. The man seated on the left is wearing slacks and a vest over a white long-sleeved shirt. He has a handkerchief in his vest pocket. He is wearing a hat. He has light hair and mustache. The man second from the left is wearing a suit jacket and a vest with a white shirt beneath and a bowler hat. He has a dark mustache. The man on the right is wearing slacks and a vest with a white long-sleeved shirt underneath. He has papers folded and sticking out of his back pocket. He is wearing a hat. The room has dark wainscoting on the walls topped by a chair rail. Above the chair rail is ornate wallpaper. There is a gas lamp hanging above the table from the ceiling. High on the wall, two framed pictured are hanging. On the far wall is a four-paned window. Exact date unknown. Not identified.
L.E. Osborn, Sr.
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black and white Kodak film
black and white copy negative
1.5 x 1.5
One CA envelope. It gives the subject of the pictures inside (Poker - Villard House). A line is marked through the name Kneda F. Osborn, and Sorting Cattle, Log Cabin Ranch, and CEO or GEO. Gaddner. Printing instructions (borderless and toned, print negative number 16 only). Also on the envelope is the word Hold and the number 13.
Osborn Copy Negatives Box. Photo Storage.
Osborn Studio, “Poker Villard House,” Southwestern North Dakota Digital Archive At the Dickinson Museum Center, accessed November 30, 2022, https://dmc.omeka.net/items/show/1108037.