Some Towns and Villages in
South Dakota, USA
South Dakota is one of the mid-western states of the USA. The capital is Pierre, whilst the
largest city is Sioux Falls. The Missouri divides the state roughly in two, creating two distinct
halves, East River and West River. The state is dominated by a rural economy and life-style.  
Its population of under a million make it one of the least heavily populated of the American
states. The major tourist attraction is Mount Rushmore, in the Black Hills.
This page contains postcards of towns and villages in South Dakota for which we have as yet
insufficient images to justify a separate page. Follow the link for old postcards of
Old Postcard, NW Depot, Brookings, South Dakota
The NW Depot at Brookings.
Bruce, South Dakota, Depot and Elevators
Depot and Elevators, Bruce, SD.
Huron, SD
One of our "viewers" has told us (in 2012) that this is/was the First
United Methodist Church - it was demolished sometime within the
past 10-11 yrs after a new church was built at another location.
High School, Madison, SD
The High School in Madison.
Wilmot, SD
A bird's eye view of Wilmot.
Did You Know......that Hubert Humphrey,
Vice-President of the USA from 1965 to 1969, was
born in Wallace, South Dakota, in 1911 ?
And Did You Know......that the actress Cheryl
Ladd was born in Huron in 1951 ?
And Did You Also Know......that there is an
Vinegar Museum in Roslyn, South
Dakota, where an International Vinegar Festival is
held every June ?
Watertown, South Dakota
A linen postcard from the 1940s, showing Kemp Avenue in Watertown.

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Old Postcard, Custer, South Dakota, USA
Hairpin Curve, Needles Highway, Custer.
Hotel Franklin, Deadwood, SD
Hotel Franklin, Deadwood.
Huron SD, Jim River
Huron, the Jim River.
Mount Rushmore, SD
"It is entirely fitting that these four men, Washington, Lincoln,
Jefferson and "Teddy" Roosevelt should live forever in our
memories. Mount Rushmore Memorial is an everlasting inspiration for
the visitor to strive to maintain the standards of Democracy which
these men gave to our nation."
Sioux Falls, SD
This 1945 postcard shows the John Morrell and Co Packing Plant in
Sioux Falls.
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Pierre, South Dakota
The State Capitol, Pierre.
Mount Rushmore, SD
Mount Rushmore.
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construction of the
Mount Rushmore Memorial.
A live webcam view of Mount Rushmore.
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postcards. The items available include many reproduction postcards, coffee mugs, greetings cards, key
chains, fridge magnets, watches etc - and for US locations, some US Postage Stamps. Some images on these
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Black Hills, South Dakota
Black Hills, South Dakota
Two old postcards of Custer State Park.