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PHOTO EXHIBIT: MULEHEAD RANCH
NOW – JULY 14, 2024

Mulehead Ranch

The Durham Museum Photo Archive, Bostwick-Frohardt Collection/KM3TV, 1922, BF1176-501

As westward settlement expanded in the early 20th century, South Dakota experienced what became known as the Second Dakota Boom. Brothers Ernest, Graydon and Frank Jackson, Jr. entered Rosebud Reservation land in South Dakota at this time and began their business venture known as Mulehead Ranch. This exhibit features nine images from the museum’s Photo Archive representing Mulehead Ranch’s impact on the local land and culture.

This exhibition was curated by The Durham Museum Intern, Eve Aspinwall, Creighton University graduate.

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