|Title||Sam and Myrtle Rogness portrait |
|Date of Original||196-? |
|Description||A studio portrait of husband and wife, Sam and Myrtle Rogness. They each have a flower pinned to their shirts. |
|Personal Name||Rogness, Myrtle Mary, 1912-2006|
Rogness, Sam A. 1901-1971
Wells County (N.D.)
|Item Number||MM10 |
|Format of Original||Photographic prints|
|Dimensions of Original||23 x 16 cm. |
|Publisher of Original||Miller Studio (Harvey, N.D.)|
|Place of Publication||Harvey (N.D.)|
|Transcription||"This couple is Sam and Myrtle Rogness, They lived in this house"--Card next to photograph in the Manfred Heritage Museum. |
|Biography/History||Sam Rogness was born in Pierce County. He was reared on a farm north of Manfred and later worked for a time in a garage in Fessenden. He married Lily Ruth Pepple in 1927. She died in 1944. Sam and Lily had two sons, Allan and Richard, both now deceased. On July 15, 1948 he married Myrtle Mortenson in Harvey. Myrtle Mortenson Rogness taught the lower grades in Manfred for over 30 years. Myrtle passed away February 28, 2006 at the age of 94 years. Their home is now the headquarters for Manfred History and Preservation, Inc. and the Manfred Heritage Museum. |
|Bibliographic Reference||Information found at the ManfredND.org website under Biographies and then the families last name. |
|Repository Institution||Manfred Heritage Museum|
|Repository Collection||Manfred Heritage Museum Photograph Collection|
|Credit Line||Manfred Heritage Museum, Manfred, N.D. (MM10) |
|Rights Management||Copyright status unknown. |
|Ordering Information||Manfred Heritage Museum |
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|Grant||NHPRC SNAP Grant 2008-2009, NAR08-RC-10021-08 |
|Digital ID||dmMM10 |