W.L. Dow, architect a documentary.

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Dumke, Brad, producer,
Dumke, Jennifer, writer.
Pickard, Joel, sound designer.
Jibben, Scott, sound designer.
Munce, Josh, animator.
[Sioux Falls, South Dakota?] : Prism Productions, 2013.
Rapid City Public Library - South Dakota - Adult
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[Sioux Falls, South Dakota?] : Prism Productions, 2013.
Physical Desc
1 videodisc (58 min., 30 min.) : sound, color, black and white ; 4 3/4 in.


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Title from container label.
General Note
"W.L. Dow, Architect is produced by Brad and Jennifer Dumke of Sioux Falls, SD"--Container.
General Note
Interviewees: Tom Killian, historian; Jeff Hazard, architect; Bob Kolbe, historian; David Erpestad, author; Gary Olson, author; Bil Hoskins, historian; Carol Mashek, historian; Wayne Fanebust, author; Dave Farrar, stone cutter; Mary Glenski, Johnson residence owner.
General Note
"Credited with over 156 structures over his career, Dow would be most remembered for designing the Minnehaha County Courthouse (currently the Old Courthouse Museum) and the Pettigrew House and Museum. Everything from schools, churches, government buildings, private residences and even commercial blocks became a reflection of Dow's personality. Some of his most noted works can still be found in various towns today: Dakota Wesleyan University, Mitchell, SD; Douglas County Courthouse, Armour, SD; Old Main, University of South Dakota, Vermillion, SD; South Dakota School for the Deaf, Sioux Falls, SD; South Dakota State Penitentiary, Sioux Falls, SD; George D. Dayton House, Worthington, Minn.; William G. Milne House, Dell Rapids, SD"--Container.
Includes bibliographical references.
Creation/Production Credits
Producer and director: Brad Dumke.
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Writer: Jennifer Dumke.
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Sound designers: Joel Pickard, Scott Jibben (Pulse River Studio)
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Animator: Josh Munce.
Narrator: Joseph Dow Morrison.
"W.L. Dow, Architect tells the story of a prairie architect who came to Dakota Territory in 1880 and built a number of iconic structures. Wallace LeRoy Dow, shaped numerous towns throughout the region. His love of Sioux quartzite and elaborate designs put Sioux Falls and other cities on the map"--Container.
Funding Information
"Grant funding provided by the SF Board of Preservation and the SD State Historical Society."
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APA Citation, 7th Edition (style guide)

Dumke, B., Dumke, J., Pickard, J., Jibben, S., Munce, J., Morrison, J. D., Killian, T., Hazard, J., Kolbe, R., Erpestad, D., Olson, G. D., Hoskins, B., Mashek, C., Fanebust, W., Farrar, D., & Glenski, M. (2013). W.L. Dow, architect: a documentary . Prism Productions.

Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation, 17th Edition (style guide)

Brad, Dumke et al.. 2013. W.L. Dow, Architect: A Documentary. [Sioux Falls, South Dakota?]: Prism Productions.

Chicago / Turabian - Humanities (Notes and Bibliography) Citation, 17th Edition (style guide)

Brad, Dumke et al.. W.L. Dow, Architect: A Documentary [Sioux Falls, South Dakota?]: Prism Productions, 2013.

MLA Citation, 9th Edition (style guide)

Dumke, Brad,, et al. W.L. Dow, Architect: A Documentary Prism Productions, 2013.

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