Laura Enerson Castro contributed these photos of Ambrose. A few of her comments are listed as captions. To see photos from our trip to Ambrose, click here.
This is the location of the old Ambrose school, which was torn down in the 70s shortly after the school closed for lack of someone who wanted to buy and maintain it!
The Miller house, built by the proprietors of A. Miller & Son, a prominent mercantile in Ambrose’s early days. This is my dream house!
The old gas station, which was reroofed and rejuvenated for the Ambrose Centennial in 2006.
House formerly owned by Clara Anderson, pioneer of the area who lived to be over 100.
This is the homestead shack of R.O. Storlie, my great-grandfather. Later my great-uncle Art Storlie lived there.
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Troy Larson is an author, photographer, gentleman adventurer (debatable) from Fargo, North Dakota, and co-founder of Ghosts of North Dakota. @NorthDakotaTroy