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[2002.10.10] Portrait of William Schurr, Jack Brown, Peter C. Redman, Lydia Peltz, Margaret Schurr, and Christiana Redman

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dc.contributor.author Schurr, Alvina
dc.description.abstract Matted studio print. Black and white. Portrait of William Schurr, Jack Brown, Peter C. Redman, Lydia Peltz, Margaret Schurr, and Christiana Redman. Image of a group of three young men in back row and three young women in front row. Men are in 3-piece suits. Man at the left has a bow tie. All wear high collars. Two women at right have same dress pattern with high collars. Woman at the left has pin at neckline of star over crescent. Identified as: (back row – left to right) William Schurr, Jack Brown and Peter C. Redman; and (front row – left to right) Lydia Peltz, Margaret Schurr, and Christiana Redman. Circa 1880s. Inscribed on sticker: “Blue Grass, North Dakota.” Courtesy of Alvina Schurr Collection, 2002.10, GRHC.
dc.title [2002.10.10] Portrait of William Schurr, Jack Brown, Peter C. Redman, Lydia Peltz, Margaret Schurr, and Christiana Redman en_US
dc.description Matted studio print. Black and white. Portrait of William Schurr, Jack Brown, Peter C. Redman, Lydia Peltz, Margaret Schurr, and Christiana Redman. Image of a group of three young men in back row and three young women in front row. Men are in 3-piece suits. Man at the left has a bow tie. All wear high collars. Two women at right have same dress pattern with high collars. Woman at the left has pin at neckline of star over crescent. Identified as: (back row – left to right) William Schurr, Jack Brown and Peter C. Redman; and (front row – left to right) Lydia Peltz, Margaret Schurr, and Christiana Redman. Circa 1880s. Inscribed on sticker: “Blue Grass, North Dakota.” Courtesy of Alvina Schurr Collection, 2002.10, GRHC. en_US
dc.date.accessioned 2013-06-13T17:12:21Z
dc.date.available 2013-06-13T17:12:21Z
dc.date.issued 2013-06-13
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/10365/22968
dc.date c. 1880s

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