Stickney, May Hall, construction


Stickney, May Hall, construction



Photo of Stickey Hall, a new dormitory, at Dickinson State Normal School. This college was located in Dickinson, N.D. The building is made of brick and is 3 stories tall, with a basement. There are Crenellations on the Parapet Wall of the Towers. The words above the entrance doors read Stickey Hall. The date on the cornerstone is 1921. Unidentified objects are located on the left side of the building. A horse can be seen. On the right side of the building is an unidentified wood structure, possibly a corral and a small barn. The round object, on the right side, is unidentified. The words on the negative read Stickney Hall, Dickinson State Normal School, Dickinson, N.D., a copyright sign, and the word Osborn. Below these words 2 brooms can be seen lying on the ground. Exact date unknown.

Date Created

Year 1921


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jpg, tiff


Black and white Film





Spatial Coverage

Dickinson, N.D.

Original Format

Film negative

Physical Dimensions

4.5 x 6.25


Cataloguer's Notes

No receipt.

Physical Location

Box 88-3

Ordering Info


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“Stickney, May Hall, construction,” Southwestern North Dakota Digital Archive At the Dickinson Museum Center, accessed April 11, 2021,