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Image of Colonel John W. Lawrence - 1870s-1880s

Colonel John W. Lawrence - 1870s-1880s

Matted photo of Colonel John W. Lawrence in profile, seated at his desk. Lawrence County is named after him.

Record Type: Photo

Image of Main Street, Deadwood - 1875-1880

Main Street, Deadwood - 1875-1880

Photograph of Deadwood's Main Street, looking north. Image is very early, c. 1877, and has many wooden and tent structures on both sides of the street with tall pine trees sticking out above the camp. A large crowd of men are in the street, looking at the camera. One woman stands in the forefront. Reverse of image identifies "G.P. Russell" who was likely the owner of the photograph and the year 1876, which is believed to be erronious. ...

Record Type: Photo

Image of Upper Deadwood Gulch - 1889-1907

Upper Deadwood Gulch - 1889-1907

Taken from a split in White Rocks, the upper area of Deadwood Gulch, specifically the Sherman Street portion is seen in the far distance. Also shows the east side of McGovern Hill and Deadwood Creek on the west side of McGovern Hill. Photographers' label on the photo: "Scene from White Rocks, Deadwood, S.D. Photo by Locke & McBride, Deadwood and Lead on the B & M Railroad."

Record Type: Photo

Image of Natural Stone Bridge - 1889-1907

Natural Stone Bridge - 1889-1907

Sepia-toned photo of a natural stone bridge located along Whitewood Creek below the railroad bridge north of Deadwood. Photographer's label: "Natural Bridge, near Deadwood, S.D., near B. & M. R.R."

Record Type: Photo

Image of Spearfish Creek - 1912-1913

Spearfish Creek - 1912-1913

Matted photo of Spearfish Creek at the upper end of Spearfish Canyon. Written on the photo: "...near Maurice where we 'Camped' 1912-13".

Record Type: Photo

Image of Paint Shop - 1876-1909

Paint Shop - 1876-1909

Photograph of one side of a stereograph and a bit of the other side featuring a part-wood, part-tent structure on the side of a hill. Next to the building is part of a sign reading "Photographs" and "Views". Stairs lead down the hill and two men are making their way down the stairs--one has a large parcel roped to his back and the other is carrying something which cannot be identified. At the bottom of the stairs, two men are waiting--one has a ...

Record Type: Photo

Image of Overview of Deadwood - Pre-1890

Overview of Deadwood - Pre-1890

Overview photograph of Deadwood along the Burlington and Missouri River Railroad. The photograph was taken somewhere above the present-day Presidential neighborhood, or Ingleside neighborhood at the time of the photograph.

Record Type: Photo

Image of Charles Brown (Isadore Cavanaugh)'s Hanging - 1897

Charles Brown (Isadore Cavanaugh)'s Hanging - 1897

Features a photograph of the hanging of Charles Brown, also known as Isadore Cavanaugh. Image features a large crowd gathered to watch the hanging, which took place in Deadwood.

Record Type: Photo

Image of St. Edward's Academy - 1880s

St. Edward's Academy - 1880s

Photograph of St. Edward's Academy in Deadwood. St. Edward's was built in 1889 by the Sisters of the Holy Cross and began as a school for boys before becoming co-ed. The school was later converted to a 20-bed hospital, sold, and converted into St. Joseph's Hospital. The building was on the current site of the Lead-Deadwood Hospital.

Record Type: Photo

Image of Deadwood from White Rocks - 1880s-1890s

Deadwood from White Rocks - 1880s-1890s

View of Deadwood taken from White Rocks, looking directly over Ingleside and the Presidential Neighborhood. Williams Street, Main Street, Sherman Street, McGovern Hill, and Charles Street are all visible

Record Type: Photo

Image of Overview of Deadwood - 1900s

Overview of Deadwood - 1900s

View of Deadwood, taken from above Williams Street area, looking down onto Main and Sherman Streets. McGovern Hill is visible in the center of image.

Record Type: Photo

Image of View of Deadwood Looking Northeast - 1880s

View of Deadwood Looking Northeast - 1880s

Black and white photograph of Deadwood looking North East. The photograph is a bird's-eye view. Buildings and streets are visible with hills in the background.

Record Type: Photo

Image of Cleopatra Mine - 1890s

Cleopatra Mine - 1890s

Winter scene of the buildings of the Cleopatra Mine, stacked one atop the other on the hill overlooking Squaw Creek in Spearfish Canyon. The bottom building was the cyanide plant.

Record Type: Photo

Image of Ingleside  - 1889-1891

Ingleside - 1889-1891

Ingleside area in Deadwood, showing a section of Van Buren Street. The photo faces north with the Ingleside Cemetery in the distance, in the upper right center. The Adams House has not been built yet, dating the image to pre-1892.

Record Type: Photo

Image of Deadwood Hose Cart Team - 1880s

Deadwood Hose Cart Team - 1880s

The Deadwood Hose Cart team in the vicinity of Siever Street. The men are posed with their cart as if pulling it down the street. The men are wearing shorts over white leggings and white shirts. There is a number below each man suggesting they were identified at one time, however, no corresponding information is included.

Record Type: Photo

Image of Deadwood Hose Team - 1888

Deadwood Hose Team - 1888

Matted photograph of eight scantily-clad men (who are numbered) pretending to be pulling a hose cart on Sherman Street in front of the first Lawrence County Courthouse and quite a few onlookers. On the matte: "Deadwood Hose Team" "Champions of the World" "300 yard Hub-and-Hub 29 Seconds----Best Time on Record. At Deadwood, July 4th, 1888, Defeating the Independent Hose Company of Council Bluffs." The men's names are beneath this caption. The ...

Record Type: Photo

Image of First National Bank, Deadwood - 1880s

First National Bank, Deadwood - 1880s

Interior view of the First National Bank in Deadwood, showing several men posed for the camera. The bank vault is open in the background.

Record Type: Photo

Image of Willis H. Bonham - 1900s

Willis H. Bonham - 1900s

Matted professional photo of Willis H. Bonham at his desk in the Pioneer-Times newspaper office in Deadwood.

Record Type: Photo

Image of Sherman Street and Buildings - 1910s

Sherman Street and Buildings - 1910s

Matted professional photo of a small portion of Sherman Street, looking east. Features the Adams Brothers Block, the back of the Post Office/Federal Building, the back of the Lawrence County Courthouse, a train stopped at the Fremont, Elkhorn & Missouri Valley depot and the Congregational Church at the bottom of McGovern Hill.

Record Type: Photo

Image of Golden Reward Mine Chlorination Works Fire - 1898

Golden Reward Mine Chlorination Works Fire - 1898

Matted photo of a fire at Golden Reward Mine chlorination works. The chlorination works were located just south of Boulder Canyon.

Record Type: Photo

Image of Dickinson & Cornes Drugstore - 1888

Dickinson & Cornes Drugstore - 1888

Matted professional photo of the Dickinson & Cornes Drugstore buildings in Central City in 1888. Many men are standing on the sidewalk. One man is standing behind a sewing machine in a cabinet.

Record Type: Photo

Image of Central City after 1888 Fire - 1889

Central City after 1888 Fire - 1889

Matted professional bird's-eye view of Central City one year after the fire on April 25, 1888. Shows Deadwood Creek.

Record Type: Photo

Image of Moses H. Lyon - Pre-1890

Moses H. Lyon - Pre-1890

Black and white studio portrait of Moses H. Lyon, a mining engineer. Lyon is standing with his right hand resting on a table. In his left hand, he holds a scroll. He is not looking at the camera. The notation on the matting reads: "J.C.H. Grabill, Photographer, / Deadwood and Sturgis, Dakota Ter."

Record Type: Photo

Image of Deadwood Women - 1880s-1900s

Deadwood Women - 1880s-1900s

Sepia-toned image of nine young women in Victorian clothing. The nine are numbered in the photo and a few are identified on the back: Number 1 is Estelline Bennett (sitting on the floor to the far left); Number 2 is Maud Warner (standing on the far left); Number 4 is Ollie Slingerland (standing second from left); and Number 9 is Irene Cushman (later Wilson) (sitting on the floor to the far right).

Record Type: Photo

Image of Mayme Renaud - 1885

Mayme Renaud - 1885

Portrait of Mayme Renaud standing with long hair hanging to the floor. She is dressed with exotic clothing and jewelry.

Record Type: Photo

Image of Mount Roosevelt Memorial Dedication - July 4, 1919

Mount Roosevelt Memorial Dedication - July 4, 1919

Photograph featuring the speaker's platform at the dedication of the Friendship Tower at Mount Roosevelt Memorial on July 4, 1919. General Leonard Wood, hatless and in uniform, is standing close to the photo of Theodore Roosevelt in the center of the platform. An older Seth Bullock stands at the side of the platform with his hand on the railing.

Record Type: Photo

Image of 1890s

1890s

Area of Deadwood showing White Rocks and where Elizabethtown was, according to information provided in 2008. This was the first ward of Deadwood, located at the far north end of town close to the rodeo grounds. Railbeds in the foreground.

Record Type: Photo

Image of Hein Brothers and W.E. Leeman Building - 1888-1907

Hein Brothers and W.E. Leeman Building - 1888-1907

Two men identified as Hein and W.E. Leeman, standing on the wooden sidewalk in front of the small building which housed their businesses--Hein Brothers, Architects and W.E. Leeman, Painter.

Record Type: Photo

Image of Captured Bear - October 22, 1888

Captured Bear - October 22, 1888

Matted professional photo of a dead bear on the sidewalk, lying across a box with a sign saying "Captured Traig Borsch [and other illegible words]". Photo taken in front of a business that sold pumpkins, oysters, ice cream, homemade candy and freshly killed ducks. Many unidentified men pose with the bear. The image belonged to W.E. Adams.

Record Type: Photo

Image of Home in Deadwood - 1889-1891

Home in Deadwood - 1889-1891

Matted photograph of an unidentified family--mother, father and two daughters--posing in front of their clapboard home possibly on the corner of Van Buren and Cemetery Streets. The back of the house faces Sherman Street. House has a bay window topped with a tiny balcony on the north side and a front porch across the whole front. Their maid is standing at the back corner of the house in her apron. Sidewalk is wooden but there is an electric lig ...

Record Type: Photo

Image of Goldberg's Grocery, Interior - 1910-1920

Goldberg's Grocery, Interior - 1910-1920

Matted photograph of the interior of Goldberg's Grocery, which was located on Main Street, Deadwood. Several unidentified employees and customers in the photo and a cash register is visible.

Record Type: Photo

Image of The Bloom Shoe and Clothing Co. - June 1905

The Bloom Shoe and Clothing Co. - June 1905

Matted photo of the front exterior of The Bloom Shoe and Clothing Co., owned by Sol Bloom. Four men are standing in front of the store: Charles VanMeter, Ned Hall, Charles Hyman and Sam W. Brown. Building is the current location of the Old Style Saloon #10.

Record Type: Photo

Image of Schuttler Wagon Building - 1870s-1880s

Schuttler Wagon Building - 1870s-1880s

Four men and a little boy in front of a business called "Schuttler Wagons". Planter, pitchforks, and hayforks in front on the wooden sidewalk. Advertisements for Timothy Seed, Glinden or Clinden Wire, Canton Cupper Plows and Osborne Harvesting Machines. The building in this photo is next to Hermann, Treber & Co. and was taken at the same time as 0070.138.001.

Record Type: Photo

Image of First Homestake Mansion - 1895-1896

First Homestake Mansion - 1895-1896

The Superintendent's Residence, or original Homestake Mansion, which was built in 1895-96. A greenhouse, not shown in this photo, was added to back of the mansion in 1896. The Ellison Tramway can be seen behind it. The Open Cut is to the left outside the view of the photo. The mansion was first occupied by T.J. Grier.

Record Type: Photo

Image of Chinese Youth - Pre-1889

Chinese Youth - Pre-1889

Studio portrait of an unidentified Chinese youth. He is holding a folded paper fan and a thick scroll.

Record Type: Photo

Image of Hermann, Treber & Co. Building - 1870s-1880s

Hermann, Treber & Co. Building - 1870s-1880s

Professional portrait of the Hermann, Treber & Co., wholesale liquor dealers, in Deadwood. Several men are standing on the wooden sidewalk in front of the business. This photograph was taken at the same time as 0070.131.001 and shows the sign for Canton Cutter Plows that were sold by Schuttler Wagons, next door to Hermann, Treber & Co.

Record Type: Photo

Image of Porter Warner - 1889

Porter Warner - 1889

Studio portrait of Porter Warner. Warner founded the Deadwood Daily Times newspaper.

Record Type: Photo

Image of The Moody Colportage Quartette - 1897

The Moody Colportage Quartette - 1897

Advertising featuring a professionally mounted photo of five men--four of whom are the "Moody Colportage Quartette". Behind them is an unusually painted and decorated wagon which is identified as the "Gospel Wagon, Eliei". The purpose of the photo was to produce funds for the group to keep traveling and preaching from the wagon.

Record Type: Photo

Image of William Jennings Bryan's Speech on Deadwood Main Street - 1890s

William Jennings Bryan's Speech on Deadwood Main Street - 1890s

Matted photo of a crowd listening to William Jennings Bryan giving a speech in front of the old Deadwood Theater building on Main Street Deadwood.

Record Type: Photo

Image of Meat Market -

Meat Market -

Interior view of a meat market, possibly Shoudy's Meat Market in Deadwood.

Record Type: Photo

Image of Railroad Crossing in Deadwood - 1900s-1910s

Railroad Crossing in Deadwood - 1900s-1910s

Photograph taken from the middle of railroad tracks looking towards the road crossing. A family poses to the left of the tracks on a rock outcropping, near a sign reading "Zipp Shoe". Another sign reads 'Railroad Crossing Look Out for the Cars'. The family's car is parked on the right side of the tracks. The crossing is in Deadwood, likely near the Cutting Mine.

Record Type: Photo

Image of "Tent of Lights," Deadwood Main Street - 1880s-1890s

"Tent of Lights," Deadwood Main Street - 1880s-1890s

Black and white photograph that shows a celebration of some sort on Deadwood's Main Street featuring tents and booths. There are people milling about and a horse and wagon further down the street. The booth built to the right of the image reads "Fairies Well".

Record Type: Photo

Image of Deadwood Jail - 1876-1877

Deadwood Jail - 1876-1877

The Deadwood jail on the corner of Washington and Monroe Streets, on the east side of the street. The first jail in Deadwood, built circa 1876-77. Written on the back of the photo, "Dak Teritory [sic], Old jail 1876 & 1877, Deadwood, S.D., 1876 & 7, Mrs. Holmes"

Record Type: Photo

Image of Deadwood Overview - 1877

Deadwood Overview - 1877

One half of a stereograph featuring an overview of the southern portion of Deadwood's Main Street, Williams Street, and the beginning of Centennial Avenue. Probably taken from Mount Moriah.

Record Type: Photo

Image of Central City Bazar [sic] (Bazaar) - 1877

Central City Bazar [sic] (Bazaar) - 1877

A group of people stand in front of a store with a false front that reads "Central City Bazar" "Marsh & Barnett" "House Hold Goods. Crockery Glass and Notions. Toys & Stationery".

Record Type: Photo

Image of Deadwood D.T., 1880 - 1880

Deadwood D.T., 1880 - 1880

View of Deadwood from lower Brown Rocks. A man is in the foreground of image. On reverse: Views in the Black Hills published by The American View Company, Deadwood, Dakota.

Record Type: Photo

Image of First Methodist Church, Deadwood - 1884

First Methodist Church, Deadwood - 1884

Stereograph image of the laying of the cornerstone for the First Methodist Church in Deadwood. There is a small crowd gathered and seated facing a podium, where a few others sit. Many of the women in the crowd are holding umbrellas. One of the men appears to be speaking. Taken by Black Hills Views, Geo.W.Scott, Deadwood, Dak.,

Record Type: Photo

Image of "Pioneer Office to Court House  Sherman St.  Flood 1883" - 1883

"Pioneer Office to Court House Sherman St. Flood 1883" - 1883

Stereograph image showing the aftermath of the 1883 flood in Deadwood. Large, long holes are visible on Sherman Street between the courthouse and the Pioneer newspaper office. The newspaper office is on the far left of the photo. Above the photos written in pen is "Pioneer Office to Court House Sherman St. Flood 1883". Views of the Black Hills, Published by Pollock & Boyden. On reverse: Pollock & Boyden, Portrait and View Artist, Studio ...

Record Type: Photo

Image of Oyster Bay in Snowstorm - 1880s

Oyster Bay in Snowstorm - 1880s

Winter scene on Main Street in Deadwood, showing a man standing among snowdrifts in front of the Oyster Bay Restaurant. Views of the Black Hills, Published by Pollock & Boyden. On reverse: Pollock & Boyden, Portrait and View Artist, Studio, Cor. Lee & Sherman Streets, Deadwood, D.T.

Record Type: Photo

Image of Main Street - Deadwood - 1877-1879

Main Street - Deadwood - 1877-1879

Black and white photograph showing part of the Wentworth House Hotel at the south end of Main Street in Deadwood.

Record Type: Photo