George Drenkel's Hardware Store and Saddle Shop

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Title

George Drenkel's Hardware Store and Saddle Shop

Description

Interior of George Drenkel's Hardware and Farm Implement Store with a young girl popping out of a large can. Most likely one of Mr. Drenkel’s daughters. He had at least three daughters and one son. His business was located on Barnes (1st Avenue West) in a wooden building. He lived at 26 Hannaford (2nd Avenue West). His wife died in 1897. He died on June 24, 1913. His wooden building on 1st Avenue West was torn down in 1915 to make room for the German-Bohemian Bank, later renamed Liberty National Bank.
The numbers 221, 180 and 96 are written in the bottom right corner.

Creator

Osborn Studio

Date Created

Circa 1900

Rights

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Format

jpg, tif

Medium

black and white print

Identifier

2010-018-307

Original Format

Black and white print

Physical Dimensions

8 x 10

Address

28 1st Avenue West

Cataloguer's Notes

No receipt. No original envelope. The numbers 180 (199) and "Geo Drenkel Hardware Store & Saddle Shop" are written on the back in the top left. The number 96 is written in the top right corner. PICT 8 is written in the bottom right corner.

Physical Location

Osborn Album #4

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Citation

Osborn Studio, “George Drenkel's Hardware Store and Saddle Shop,” Southwestern North Dakota Digital Archive At the Dickinson Museum Center, accessed September 30, 2020, https://dmc.omeka.net/items/show/1127905.