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Warsaw Band, Warsaw, N.D.
Warsaw Band, Warsaw, N.D.
TitleWarsaw Band, Warsaw, N.D.
Date of Original1914
CreatorBall & Rindahl
Creator RolePhotographer
DescriptionPictured are one woman and several men. All wear band uniforms except the woman. Some band members sit and hold instruments while others stand in the back row. Long grass can be seen in most of the bottom half of the photograph. In the background, a wooden building and trees are visible.
General SubjectBands, clubs and societies
Subject (LCTGM)Bands
Band uniforms
Musical instruments
Wooden buildings
Personal NameBabinski, Gertrude
Kozowski, Tony
Kamrowski, John
Gerszewski, Stanley
Kowalski, Leo
Greskowiak, John
Kalka, Joe
Greevers, Walter
Stoltman, Frank
Kowalski, Frank
Kowalski, Jake
Riske, Martin
Kiedrowski, Adam
Kamrowski, Vincent
Grzadzielewski, John
Rock, Stanley
Klava, Leo
Babinski, Joe
Stoltman, John A.
Glanner, John
Lutostanski, Paul
Organization NameWarsaw Band (Warsaw, N.D.)
LocationWalsh County (N.D.)
Warsaw (N.D.)
Item NumberWC-13
Format of OriginalPhotographic prints
Dimensions of Original19 x 24 cm
Transcription"Warsaw Band 1914. 1st Row- Left to Right: Gertrude Babinski; Tony Kozowski; John Kamrowski; Stanley Gerszewski; Leo Kowalski; John Greskowiak; Joe Kalka; Walter Greevers; Frank Stoltman; Frank Kowalski; Jake Kowalski; Martin Riske; Adam Kiedrowski. Top Row Left to Right: Vincent Kamrowski, John Grzadzielewski, Stanley Rock, Leo Klava; Joe Babinski, John A. Stoltman, John Glanner" Printed on label pasted to cardboard frame. "Donated by Chester Prondzinski. Leader Paul Lutostanski" Handwritten on back of cardboard frame.
NotesTitle created by staff.
Biography/HistoryIn 1896 the first Warsaw Band came into existence and lasted until 1905. Then in 1912 another band formed which is the one pictured here.
Bibliographic ReferenceWalsh County Historical Society. Walsh Heritage: A Story of Walsh County and Its Pioneers Vol 1. (Grafton, ND: Associated Printers, 1976), 317.
Repository InstitutionWalsh County Historical Museum of Minto
Repository CollectionWalsh County Historical Museum of Minto Photograph Collection
Credit LineWalsh County Historical Museum (WC-13)
Rights ManagementDonated by Chester Prondzinski.
Copyright transferred to Walsh County Historical Museum.
Ordering InformationWalsh County Historical Museum
323 3rd St.
Minto, ND 58261
(701) 248-3237
GrantNHPRC SNAP Grant 2009-2010 NAR10-RC-10062-09
Digital IDdmWC13
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