Title: Carl Issel Papers
Collection Number: 10599
Quantity: .5 feet
Abstract: Includes photographs and postcards, correspondence to Stella Cook from Issel during WW I, newspaper clippings, a newspaper, and an unused baby book from Minot, ND merchants.
Provenance: The State Historical Society of North Dakota acquired the Carl Issel Papers from his daughter, Della Hartgrove in May 1992.
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Carl Issel was born in Austria to Mr. and Mrs. John Issel on July 15, 1896. He moved to Regina, Saskatchewan in 1915 working as a pants maker until he located in Minot. In 1917 he enlisted in the U.S. Army. Following his discharge he worked in Regina until 1932 when he returned to Minot and worked at Bray’s Cleaners. Mr. Issel married Stella Cook in Regina on October 26, 1919. They had three sons: T. L. Roy, Carl J. and Richard H. and a daughter, Della Mae Marle Hartgrove. Mr. Issel went into the tailoring business with his son, Carl. Jr. in 1945. He died January 30, 1964.
Box / Folder Inventory
1 Photo Facts NSP 1959
2 Around the World 1000 Pics 1954
3 News clippings 1934
4 Publications 1942
5 Baby Book 1923
6 Postcards-Correspondence n.d.
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