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[2002.10.08] Wilhelm Schurr family in an early Ford automobile on their farm

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dc.contributor.author Schurr, Alvina
dc.description.abstract Matted print. Black and white. Image of the Wilhelm Schurr family in an early Ford automobile on their farm. Image of a family (a man, woman, and three children) sitting in an early Ford automobile next to a barn. Barn door, center; hay loft door, above barn door; and human access door, at right are all open. Identified as the Wilhelm “William” Schurr family. Photograph was taken on the Wilhelm “William” Schurr farm. Circa 1920. Inscribed on the back: “William Schurr barn.” Typed on sticker on back: “Picture circa 1920/ Homestead barn of Wilhem Schurr on edge of Big Stick Lake, Saskatchewan with first Ford car. Wilhem (William) Schurr born 1888 at Blue Grass, ND to Joseph Schurr and Katharina Buchmann. Died 1970 at Assiniboia, Sask.” Courtesy of Alvina Schurr Collection, 2002.10, GRHC.
dc.title [2002.10.08] Wilhelm Schurr family in an early Ford automobile on their farm en_US
dc.description Matted print. Black and white. Image of the Wilhelm Schurr family in an early Ford automobile on their farm. Image of a family (a man, woman, and three children) sitting in an early Ford automobile next to a barn. Barn door, center; hay loft door, above barn door; and human access door, at right are all open. Identified as the Wilhelm “William” Schurr family. Photograph was taken on the Wilhelm “William” Schurr farm. Circa 1920. Inscribed on the back: “William Schurr barn.” Typed on sticker on back: “Picture circa 1920/ Homestead barn of Wilhem Schurr on edge of Big Stick Lake, Saskatchewan with first Ford car. Wilhem (William) Schurr born 1888 at Blue Grass, ND to Joseph Schurr and Katharina Buchmann. Died 1970 at Assiniboia, Sask.” Courtesy of Alvina Schurr Collection, 2002.10, GRHC. en_US
dc.date.accessioned 2013-06-13T16:59:22Z
dc.date.available 2013-06-13T16:59:22Z
dc.date.issued 2013-06-13
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/10365/22966
dc.date c. 1920

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