Standard Oil Station


Standard Oil Station


Standard Oil Station, Red Crown Gasoline, 1920s, located at Villard and Second Avenue West. The building is made of brick. A man is standing in between two pumps. He is wearing a shirt, tie, coveralls and a hat. The words Standard Oil Co., are written on the building. Signs on the front door read 188 Proof Denatured Alcohol., and No Smoking. The number above the door is 144. 2 of the pumps have words that read Red Crown Gasoline. 3 barrels can be seen on the left side of the building. An early 20th century car is seen on the right side of the building. Snow is on the ground. Exact date and location unknown. Unidentified. Written in the lower right corner is, "415A".

Written on the back is, "415-A-Album" and "-(175) / -194- / NEG # 69."




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black and white photographic print



Spatial Coverage

Dickinson, ND


Osborn, Lawton E. Sr.

Rights Holder

Copyright Southwestern North Dakota Museum Foundation and Dickinson Museum Center

Original Format

Photographic prints

Physical Dimensions

3.375" x 5.25"


18 Second Avenue West
corner of Villard and 2nd Ave. West, Dickinson, ND

Cataloguer's Notes

Title created by Dickinson Museum Center.

Physical Location

Osborn Album #2

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Osborn, “Standard Oil Station,” Southwestern North Dakota Digital Archive At the Dickinson Museum Center, accessed July 14, 2024,