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  • All fields: art
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    • Art Center, Lewistown, Montana

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    • Lewistown, Montana;
    • Building was originally Judge Von Tobel's barn and was moved next to the Art Center as an addition.
    • Firemen and fire wagon

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    • Fire fighters;
    • Fire Chief Bebb, Art Baker, John Crowley, Ed Baker and riding on the wagon
    • Hobson, Montana

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    • Wheat art;
    • Artistic wheat arrangements mounted on a large display board at the fair. The word Hobson is designed in wheat seeds and a photo of a farm is in the middle of the display. A sign at the top of the display reads: Judith Basin Mercantile Co.
    • Keeler, Annie Cox

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    • Pioneers;
    • Annie Cox Keeler was born March 30, 1897 in Penzance, England and died May 25, 1991. Her parents were Jabez Cox and Eliza Stephenson. She was married to John Treadway and later to Art Keeler. She was a lifelong homemaker and a ranch wife 1916-1933....
    • Lewistown, Montana residents

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    • Lewistown, Montana
    • Sitting on floor (left to right): Nell Mahana, unknown, Nell Dairs, Florence Culver, Babe Mahana, Eunice Smith; 2nd row sitting: Mrs. Vehawn, Mrs. Mahana, Matt Regan, Louis Landt, Mr. W. S. Smith; 3rd Row: unknown, Art Bullard, Mr. Vehawn, Percy...
    • Party in Lewistown, Montana

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    • Parties;
    • People include (not in order): Margaret Sipple, Al Lehman, Bob Henderson, Oz Lehman, Clara Main, Mercy Jackson, Jack Beebe, Jim Laidley, Lida Fletcher, Annie Glancy, Luther Warden, Mart Allen, Orpha Noble, Stella Mackey, Nellie Glancy, Art Wright,...
    • Saxl, Emil

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    • Pioneers;
    • Emil Saxl was born in Bohemia, Austria, January 21, 1874. In 1896, he arrived in Montana coming overland from Casper, Wyoming to Lewistown, Montana. Mr. Saxl, a violinist and Fred Peterson, a cello player, formed a partnership, and opened a music...
    • Von Tobel's carriage house, Lewistown, Montana.

    • 1975
    • Rudolph von Tobel;
    • Rudolph Von Tobel's carriage house (originally located at 301 W. Watson). Shows the carriage house before it was moved to become part of the Art Center at 801 W. Broadway.

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