Hager wrecked truck



Hager wrecked truck



Phot of the front end of a wrecked tractor trailer rig. The words on the front read Mack, and Always Late. License plates are attached to the lower right front bumper. The word Mack can be seen on the driver's door. The top of the truck has been crushed down to the where the engine begins. Behind this truck is a wrecker what has the letters AAA and the words Emergency Service. A license plate reads North Dakota Peace Garden State and the number on the plate reads T59-524. Behind the wrecked truck can be seen automobiles. The bottom part of a grain elevator can be seen with words that read Cost more -- Worth It!. Train tracks and railway cars can be seen in the background. On the far right of the photo is a Church. An underpass can be seen above the cab of the wrecker. 2 men can be seen looking at the wreck. They ae dressed in shirt, jacket, jeans and hats. One man is wearing glasses. 2 men from the wrecker service wear shirts and jeans. One man is wearing a hat. 2 more men can be seen in the lower right of the photo looking at the wreck. Unidentified.

Date Created



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black and white Kodak Safety Film





Spatial Coverage

Dickinson, ND

Physical Dimensions

4 x 5

Cataloguer's Notes

Safety Film Negative
No receipt. 2 Kodak order envelopes. In envelope named wrecked truck

Physical Location

Box 88-2

Ordering Info



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“Hager wrecked truck,” Southwestern North Dakota Digital Archive At the Dickinson Museum Center, accessed September 29, 2020, https://dmc.omeka.net/items/show/40171.