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Danish Folk School

Description: Copy negative of groups of people in front of Grand View College in Des Moines, Iowa. The men and women pictured are all wearing traditional Danish folk costumes. The men are kneeling down, and the women are standing up. The men are holding the women's hands. There is one man, identified as Holger Koch, sitting with his legs crossed in front of the costumed group, holding a violin. Other unidentified people standing in the background.
Date: 1916

[Duus Family Portrait]

Description: Studio portrait photograph of the Duus family in front of a blank backdrop. The three individuals in the back are standing and embracing each other, all of whom are the children of Gerda and Pastor Vagn Duus. On the back row from left to right are Verner, Sibyl, and Erling Duus. Sibyl's hand appears to be around the shoulder of her mother, Gerda, who wears horn-rimmed glasses, a blazer, and matching skirt. She is seated on the arm rest of a wooden chair, which is occupied by Pastor Vagn Duus. The words "Merry Christmas" have been printed on the top margin of the photograph. There is hand-written text on the back, but with the exception of the heading, which reads, "To Danish Ladies Aid member", the rest appears to be written in Danish or a similar Germanic language.
Date: 1942/1947

Quarterly Occupation Tax Receipt Number 165

Description: Quarterly occupation tax receipt given to P. B. Bundick of Matagorda County in Texas for his occupation of Ferryman. Mr. Bundick appears have paid a total of $5.46 on this particular quarter. The transaction was confirmed by the comptroller of public accounts, whose signature can be seen on the bottom right corner.
Date: 1887

[Portrait of Pastor Dan Lauderdale and Family]

Description: Studio portrait photograph of the Lauderdale family in front of a cloudy, brown backdrop. The man in the very back who stands above the rest is Pastor Dan Lauderdale. He wears a striped red shirt with white trim accents on his collar and sleeves. The older woman whose hair has been pulled back and pinned with flowers is Pastor Dan Lauderdale's mother, Dorothy Galbraith Lauderdale. Cindy Lauderdale is seated on the right and wears a red gingham dress. She is Pastor Dan's wife. Their two children are in the front, Rachel and Tabitha; however, these names have not been matched properly to their individual positions.
Date: 1981/1985

[Neils Strarap Family]

Description: Photograph of 18 individuals labelled by numbers then identified with the following key: 1. Mrs. H. N. Hansen, 2. Mrs. J. P. Olson, 3. Anne Smith, 4. Thyra Strarup (Mrs. Niels), 5. Rodholm (son), 6. Mrs. A. A. Heard, 7. Karen Hansen, 8. Kristine Marie Anderson Brodsgaard, 9. Emma K. Nielsen Hansen, 10. Agnes Hansen (Mrs. Otto), 11. Agnes Hansen, 12. Henrietta Anderson, 12. Mrs. R. A. M. Rodholm, 13. Mrs. Chris Larsen, 14. Mrs. J. A. M. Rodholm. 14. Mrs. Chris Larsen, 15. Mrs. V. Hvilhalt, 16. Mrs. Carl Thyssen, 17. Mrs. Peter Harton.
Date: 1924

[Paul L. Jensen in Uniform]

Description: Photograph of Paul L. Jensen, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Axel Jensen. He joined the Air Force on October 15, 1965 and received basic military training at Lockland AFB, Texas. He attended Basic Military Journalist School at Fort Benjamin Harrison in Indianapolis. He was assigned to Pacific Air Forces Base Information Office at Kadena Air Base in Okinawa. He served at Kadena from March 1966 to December 1967 with assignments taking him to Japan, Vietnam, Guam, and Hawaii. From Kadena, he was transferred to the Department of the Air Force's Hometown News Center at Tinker Air Force Base in Oklahoma City. He served in several supervisory positions at Hometown News Center before being honorably discharged as a Staff Sergeant in February 1969.
Date: October 15, 1965

[Berndt Homes]

Description: Photograph of two houses near a well-plowed field with two sheds and a car parked beside the smallest shed. The second story near the upper part of the photograph belongs to Andreas Hansen Berndt, and the one story belongs to Niels Christian Berndt.
Date: 1955