Unloading the last of the combined wheat, Manfred, N.D.
|Title||Unloading the last of the combined wheat, Manfred, N.D. |
|Date of Original||1958-09-10 |
|Creator||Burkum, Lester, 1912-2001|
|Creator Role||Photographer |
|Description||A view of the dump truck with the bed tipped up, pouring wheat into a grain conveyor that can elevat the wheat. In the background is the barn. On the right an Allis-Chalmers tractor. |
|Subject (LCSH)||Allis-Chalmers tractors|
|Personal Name||Burkum, Lester, 1912-2001|
Wells County (N.D.)
|Item Number||001.33.11 |
|Format of Original||Photographic prints|
|Dimensions of Original||9 x 15 cm. |
|Transcription||"Unloading last of wheat combined Sept. 10, 1958. 3 ½ truckloads of wheat in a ____ in the farm (barn?)"--Handwritten on back of photograph. |
|Notes||Lester Burkum's farm was a few miles West of Manfred, N.D. |
|Biography/History||Lester Burkum was born on September 16, 1912 in Manfred, N.D. to Lars and Guri (Gina) Ronge Burkum. Both of Lester's parents were born in Norway and immigrated to America. After selling the Burkum Store in 1916, Lars and Gina bought a farmstead three miles west of Manfred where they farmed the rest of their lives. Gina died July 11, 1941, and Lars died two years later on July 7, 1943. Lester Burkum was a very intelligent person, finishing high school in three years. Lester Burkum was fascinated with trains, he did quite a bit of traveling taking many photos and home movies wherever he went. Lester died on Tuesday, July 10, 2001, and was buried on Friday, July 13th at Vang Lutheran Cemetery near Manfred, N.D. |
|Bibliographic Reference||Information found at the ManfredND.org website under Biographies and then the families last name. |
|Repository Institution||Manfred Heritage Museum|
|Repository Collection||Manfred Heritage Museum Photograph Collection|
|Credit Line||Manfred Heritage Museum, Manfred, N.D. (001.33.11) |
|Rights Management||Copyright status unknown. |
|Ordering Information||Manfred Heritage Museum |
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|Grant||NHPRC SNAP Grant 2008-2009, NAR08-RC-10021-08 |
|Digital ID||dm0013311 |