The Changing Face of South Dakota

The South Dakota Photo Archive

 

 

A sugar coupon from around 1945 that explains why it was important to get along with less sugar during the year.  The coupons were used for purchasing sugar used in home canning.

 A postcard from the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Sugar Rationing Administration mailed on May 16, 1947 to the Corner Cafe in Worthing, S.D.

War Ration Book No. 3 stamps authorized the individual to purchase rationed goods.

War Ration Book No. 4 stamps authorized the individual to purchase rationed goods.

Taken around 1943, this image shows farmers gathering together to help a farmer who was in need.

Taken around 1943, this image shows farmers gathering together to help a farmer who was in need.

In 1920, this picture was taken of (L to R) Nick, Alf, and Frank Breuer fixing a fence by Howard, S.D.  In the passenger side window there is a World War One bond sticker.

This picture was taken around 1920 of Nick C. Breuer cutting oats near Howard, S.D.

This picture was taken in 1923 of Nick C. Breuer cultivating corn 4 miles south and 3 miles west of Howard, S.D.

A postcard of a Destroyer at Sea.

A battleship in a Mid-Pacific Storm.

A letter from a clerk for the Selective Service System written on September 22, 1942.

A South Dakota Driver's Permit from 1954 to 1955 for Stanley V. Ireland.

A Selective Service Registration Certificate from October 16, 1940.  On the back of this card were boxes that were checked to give a description of the registrant.

A Western Union Telegram sent on April 16, 1945 from Stanley Ireland to his wife.

A picture of Stanley Vernon Ireland from a studio in Waukegan, Illinois.

Air mail sent on August 16, 194.

Air mail letter sent on August 11, 1944.

Air mail letter sent on August 14, 1944.

Letter from the South Dakota Senate Chamber sent on May 7, 1945.

US Naval Construction Training Center SeaBees.

Senate Letterhead

Paper Flag printed on Army Papers.

 

 

 

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