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Marilyn Horst collection of aerial photographs

Identifier: MS-242-OV

Content Description

This collection contains five black and white aerial photographs, each 24 inches x 24 inches, showing Vermillion, South Dakota and surrounding area. Two of the photographs have handwritten information.


  • Creation: 1968 - 1972
  • Creation: Majority of material found in 1968

Conditions Governing Access

This collection is open for research without restriction. Researchers are advised to contact the Archives and Special Collections prior to visiting. Advance notice may be needed to retrieve items for research use.

Conditions Governing Use

Researchers must obtain a signed Permission to Publish Form if they wish to reproduce, broadcast, or otherwise disseminate information from published and unpublished works held by ASC. Permission to reproduce, broadcast, or otherwise disseminate information materials from ASC does not constitute permission from the holder of copyright or literary rights. The researcher is responsible for securing permission from the copyright holder to publish or reproduce content from materials found in the collections.

Biographical / Historical

Marilyn Cotton Horst and Carol Fullenkamp, her daughter, found these photographs in Ms. Horst’s house. Ms. Fullenkamp speculated that these photos were used to draw the perimeter of Cotton Park when her uncle, Connie Cotton, donating the land to the city.


0.25 Linear Feet (one oversize folder in map drawer)

Language of Materials



The photographs are arranged by the identifying number which appears in the upper right corner of each photograph.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Carol Fullenkamp, daughter of Marilyn Cotton Horst, deposited the collection at the University of South Dakota in 2015. Accession RC2016.01.

Marilyn Horst collection of aerial photographs
Doris Peterson
2016 March
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Repository Details

Part of the USD Archives and Special Collections Repository