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Christian Scheid House, Beulah, Mercer County, ND



B&W Photos

HB770726
General View To North Northwest

HB770727
General View To West

HB770728
View From House To East Showing Source Of Clay For House's Construction

HB770729
Exterior View Of South Side

HB770730
Exterior View To Northwest Of South And East Sides

HB770731
Exterior View Of East Side

HB770732
Exterior View Of North Side

HB770733
Perspective View To East Northeast Of West Side

HB770734
View Of Northeast Of West And South Sides

HB770735
Detail View To Northeast Of Vestibule (vorhausl)

HB770736
Detail View To North Northeast Of Southwest Corner Foundation

HB770737
Detail View To East Of Door And Landing At West Gable

HB770738
Detail View To Southwest Of Wall Construction And Window In Addition

HB770739
Interior View To South Of Kitchen

HB770740
Detail View To West Southwest Of Window In Kitchen

HB770741
Detail View To East Of Door Between Bedroom And Coal Room


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Item Title


Location
Beulah vicinity, ND

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1933.

Notes
Survey number HABS ND-27
Building/structure dates: 1902 initial construction
Significance: The Christian Scheid house is significant for its association with the German-Russian settlement in Mercer County and North Dakota. The house embodies the characteristics of German-Russian ethnic design, and is an unusual example of multiple clay construction methods.

Subjects
Houses
Domestic Life
German-Americans


Related Names
Fowler, Steve, Photographer
Johnson, Lon, Historian


Collection
Historic American Buildings Survey (Library of Congress)

Contents
Photograph caption(s): 
1. GENERAL VIEW TO NORTH NORTHWEST
2. GENERAL VIEW TO WEST
3. VIEW FROM HOUSE TO EAST SHOWING SOURCE OF CLAY FOR HOUSE'S CONSTRUCTION
4. EXTERIOR VIEW OF SOUTH SIDE
5. EXTERIOR VIEW TO NORTHWEST OF SOUTH AND EAST SIDES
6. EXTERIOR VIEW OF EAST SIDE
7. EXTERIOR VIEW OF NORTH SIDE
8. PERSPECTIVE VIEW TO EAST NORTHEAST OF WEST SIDE
9. VIEW OF NORTHEAST OF WEST AND SOUTH SIDES
10. DETAIL VIEW TO NORTHEAST OF VESTIBULE (VORHAUSL)
11. DETAIL VIEW TO NORTH NORTHEAST OF SOUTHWEST CORNER FOUNDATION
12. DETAIL VIEW TO EAST OF DOOR AND LANDING AT WEST GABLE
13. DETAIL VIEW TO SOUTHWEST OF WALL CONSTRUCTION AND WINDOW IN ADDITION
14. INTERIOR VIEW TO SOUTH OF KITCHEN
15. DETAIL VIEW TO WEST SOUTHWEST OF WINDOW IN KITCHEN
16. DETAIL VIEW TO EAST OF DOOR BETWEEN BEDROOM AND COAL ROOM


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