Villard Street Circuit 1914


Villard Street Circuit 1914


A photo of Dickinson, N. D., east of the Railroad Depot. In the bottom of the photo are railroads with box cars, cabooses, a steam engine with a coal car, and a railroad passenger car. The words Northern Pacific are on all of the railroad cars. A sign on the side of the passenger car reads Pianos, Player Pianos, and other words that cannot be read. 2 buildings on the far right left are 1st the Railroad Telegraph Office. The building next to it is the Hughes & Deiter Electric Light Plant. The last building is a warehouse building. The main street is Villard. Running into Villard is Barnes St, now called 1st West. On the left corner of Barnes and Villard was a Bank, next a Crockery, next a Grocery and Hardware store, and next the St. Paul Hotel. On the right corner of Barnes and Villard, going east, was Billiards Drugs, a Hardware store, Moving Pictures, Villard Hotel, Clo. B & S, a Hardware store, and finally a Drugs and Jewelry Store. Early 20th century cars and a horse drawn wagon are seen on Villard St. On the right side of the photo a water tower can be seen. On the left side of the photo the 1st of the 2 large, 3 story buildings, is the Dickinson elementary school, and the 2nd building, behind it, is the Dickinson high school. Exact date unknown.


Osborn Studio

Date Created

Year 1914.


L.E. Osborn, Sr.


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black and white Kodak safety film





Spatial Coverage

Dickinson, Stark County, North Dakota

Original Format

Safety Film Negative

Physical Dimensions

1.5 x 1.5


Northern Pacific. Pianos, Player Pianos.

Cataloguer's Notes

No receipt. 1 Camera Art negative envelope. Words on the outside of the envelope cannot be read, except for Rec. 1-26-89. The number 301 is on this negative envelope. The number 7 is on this negative.

Physical Location

Osborn Copy Negatives Box. Photo Storage.

Ordering Info


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Osborn Studio, “Villard Street Circuit 1914,” Southwestern North Dakota Digital Archive At the Dickinson Museum Center, accessed July 17, 2024,