Photo of the Roen Brothers at the Schnell Livestock Auction Market. They are standing in the sales ring. The 1st man is wearing a shirt, jacket, glasses, jeans, wrist watch, and a hat. He has a piece of paper in his left hand. The 2nd man is wearing a shirt, bow tie, jacket, slacks, and a hat. He has a piece of paper in his left hand. The 3rd man is wearing a plaid shirt, jacket, slacks, and a hat. He has a cigar in the right pocket of his shirt. The 4th man is wearing a shirt, scarf, jeans, and a hat. He is holding a pair of gloves in his right hand. Outside the sales ring, on the left side, is woman who is wearing a dress and glasses. She has a box in her right hand. Behind her is a part of a sign that reads Auction, Monday, Mar. 20, and above that sign is part of another sign. That sign reads Products Inc., ... Dressing-Curing, ... & cured meats ... every taste, ... of city. On the bottom of the sign is a picture of a truck with the words DIC KCTA painted on it. To the right of this sign a loud-speaker and 2 TV sets can be seen. To the right of the 2nd TV set is a sign that reads Cattle Consigned. In the right corner is the auctioneer stand. Inside are 2 men. The man on the left is wearing a shirt, tie, jacket and a hat. The man on the right is wearing a shirt and jacket. On the right side of the auctioneer stand are boxes with numbered cards in them. On the auctioneer counter is a cup. Below the auctioneer stand is a sign with the word livestock on it. Exact date unknown. Unidentified, except for last name of the brothers.
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black and white Kodak Safety Film
4 x 5.25
Safety Film Negative
No receipt. There is a number 1 on this negative.
“Roen Brothers,” Southwestern North Dakota Digital Archive At the Dickinson Museum Center, accessed April 13, 2021, https://dmc.omeka.net/items/show/40875.