Stone Building


Stone Building


View of large stone building, possibly a store, with two large windows and a door with a transom window on the front. There is a flag pole mounted to the top of the building. There are five men on the uncovered porch on the front of the building. The two men on the left are seated on a pile of stacked lumber. One man is seated on a plow. One man is seated on the edge of the porch and another is seated on the steps that go down on the right side of the porch. Under the right-hand window is a stack of six rolls of barbed wire. In the window on the left is what appears to be stacked cans. On the right-hand side of the building are a cellar window, a main floor window and one door. There are three steps leading up to the door and wooden cellar doors next to the steps. On the top step is what appears to be a metal water cooler and a two-wheeled dolly. There is a ladder leaning against the building and a stack of wooden crates at the back corner of the building. Exact date unknown. Not identified.


Osborn Studio


L.E. Osborn, Sr.


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black and white Nitrate Film





Original Format

Nitrate Film

Physical Dimensions

3.5" x 6.5"

Cataloguer's Notes

One 3.5" x 6.5" nitrate negative and one 35 mm strip with two exposures in plastic sleeve marked 310-10TH ST WEST, WEST PLAINS MOTEL, SCHAFER COURTHOUSE-66-Invoice # Ef464646, Neg. # 5. Missing envelope.

Physical Location

Osborn Copy Negatives Box. Photo Storage.

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Osborn Studio, “Stone Building,” Southwestern North Dakota Digital Archive At the Dickinson Museum Center, accessed May 26, 2024,