Shrine Patrol, 1926


Shrine Patrol, 1926



Photo of Shriners standing on top of a hill. All the Shriners are standing and holding their hats over their hearts. The are probably doing this with the raising of the U.S. flag. Almost all are wearing a shirt, tie, slacks, and holding their hat, in their right hand, over their heart. Behind them is a row of old cars. On the right side of the photo is a 2 story wood building, with 3 chimneys, and a covered porch. This photo was probably taken in Medora. The number 1 is in the lower right corner of the negative. Exact date and location unknown. Unidentified.

Date Created

Year 1926.


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jpg, tiff


black and white film





Spatial Coverage

Badlands, Killdeer Mountains and Medora, ND.

Original Format

Film negative

Physical Dimensions

5 x 7


Cataloguer's Notes

No receipt. The number 1 is seen in the lower right corner of the negative.

Physical Location

Box 88-3

Ordering Info


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“Shrine Patrol, 1926,” Southwestern North Dakota Digital Archive At the Dickinson Museum Center, accessed April 17, 2024,