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Yankton County

Main St., Gayville

Jamesville Mennonite Colony, near Scotland [1910]

City Hall, Lesterville

School and Children, Volin [1909]

Unnamed Church, School at Right Rear, Volin

The Johnson Bridge Across James River North of Yankton
City of Yankton

Cement Works, Yankton

Meridian Highway Bridge, Yankton [1927]

Meridian Highway Bridge, Yankton

Missouri River Bridge, Yankton

Chapel and Mount Marty College, Yankton

Mount Marty in Winter, Yankton

State Hospital, Yankton

State Hospital, Yankton

Entrance, Sacred Heart Hospital, Yankton

Sacred Heart Hospital, Yankton [1916]

Masonic Temple, Yankton

Portion of Business District, Yankton

Flamming Cabins, Yankton

Flamming Motel Courts, Yankton

C. M. & St. P. Depot, Yankton

Congregational Church, Yankton

The House of Gurney, Yankton

Home of WNAX, Yankton [1930]

WNAX, Tallest Radio Station in the World, Yankton

Catholic Church, Yankton

Third Street looking East, Yankton

Third Street looking East, Yankton

Third Street looking west, Yankton

Third Street West from Douglas Ave., Yankton

Third Street, Yankton

Third Street, Yankton

Main Street, Yankton

Look Hall, Yankton

Central School, Yankton

High School, Yankton

Douglas Avenue, Yankton College, Yankton

Central Avenue, Yankton College, Yankton

Yankton College, Yankton

Girls Dormitory, Yankton College, Yankton

Forbes Hall, Yankton College, Yankton

Banton Amphitheatre, Yankton

Yankton County Court House, Yankton

Catholic Church, Yankton

Churches in Yankton, showing Episcopal, First M. E. Catholic, Congregational and Scandinavian Churches

Municipal Building, Yankton

Sacred Heart Convent, Yankton

Post Office, Yankton

Yankton College, Yankton [1912]

I. O. O. F. Parade in 1875, 3rd St. Bet. Douglas Ave. & Walnut St., Yankton

Kip's Inn, Yankton

Hotel Charles Gurney, Yankton

Merchants Hotel, Yankton [1917]

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