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Reverend Harold W. Case and Dr. Charles Lemon Hall, Elbowoods, N.D.
Reverend Harold W. Case and Dr. Charles Lemon Hall, Elbowoods, N.D.
TitleReverend Harold W. Case and Dr. Charles Lemon Hall, Elbowoods, N.D.
Date of Originalbetween 1930 and 1940
DescriptionRev. Harold W. Case and Dr. Charles L. Hall stand outside for a photograph. Buildings and trees are visible in the distance behind them.
Ordering Informationhttp://history.nd.gov/archives/whatphotos.html
General SubjectIndians of North America
People
Religion
Portraits
Subject (LCTGM)Indian reservations
Clergy
Trees
Missionaries
Personal NameHall, Charles Lemon, 1847-1940
Case, Harold, 1895-
Organization NameFort Berthold Indian Mission
LocationFort Berthold Indian Reservation (N.D.)
Elbowoods (N.D.)
Decade1930-1939
Item Number00041-0345
Format of OriginalPhotographic prints
NotesPhotographer unknown.
Title created by staff.
Relation[Is Part Of] Harold W. Case Papers Mss 10286
Biography/HistoryCharles L. Hall was born in England and came to the United States as a young child. He was educated in New York and practiced as an architect for 5 years. He joined a church that made him interested in the welfare of the disadvantaged. The Home Missionary Society sent him to Dakota Territory, and he stayed in South Dakota after statehood. In 1876 he moved to Fort Berthold, where the Fort Berthold Indian Mission was later established at Elbowoods. He retired to live with his daughter Deborah in South Dakota.
Harold W. Case was Charles L. Hall's successor at Fort Berthold. He was born in New York state and moved with his wife Eva to North Dakota in 1921. He stayed at Fort Berthold until 1955 when he moved to Bismarck. During his time in Elbowoods, he established the Elbowoods Association which succeeded in building the Four Bears Bridge across the Missouri River at New Town in 1934.
Repository InstitutionState Historical Society of North Dakota
Repository CollectionHarold Case Photograph Collection 00041
Collection Finding AidConsult http://history.nd.gov/archives/manuscripts/inventory/10286.html
Credit LineState Historical Society of North Dakota (00041-0345)
Rights ManagementCopyright transferred to the State Historical Society of North Dakota.
Digital IDsh000410345
OCLC number61156023
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