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    • Boys Riding Burros, Twin Bridges, Montana (c. 1890)

    • 1890's
    • Donkeys; Boys; Bars; Main street; Twin bridges; Madison county;
    • Two burros, each with three boys astride, in the middle of a dirt street and in front of The Chinook Saloon. (Object: 771-000278)
    • Hart Pease Portrait (c. 1900)

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    • Pease; Hart; buildings; cameras; wooden buildings;
    • Vintage photograph of a man with a mustache, holding a box camera, standing in front of two wood frame buildings. The caption reads: 'Good Templars Hall and Cline house. Hart Pease.' (Object: 771-000667)
    • Robbers Roost, Ruby, Montana (1957)

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    • Abandoned buildings; Lodging houses; Madison county; Montana; Log buildings;
    • The abandoned two story log cabin formally called Robbers Roost Tavern surrounded by a fence and shaded by large trees. Taken in 1957. (Object: 771-000054)
    • Robbers Roost, Ruby, Montana (1st half 20th century)

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    • Taverns (Inns); Log buildings; Trees; Roads;
    • Two story log cabin Robbers Roost Tavern with fence removed, shaded by large trees, and telephone poles visible in front. Taken some time during the first half to the 20th-century. (Object: 771-000501)
    • Robbers Roost, Tavern Near Ruby, Montana (c. 1890's)

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    • Taverns (Inns); Log buildings; Children & adults;
    • Two story log cabin Robbers Roost Tavern surrounded by a fence and shaded by large trees, with a woman, a boy and a dog standing in front of the building. Taken some time during the 1890's. (Object: 771-000500)
    • Silverstar Hotel (1880)

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    • Hotels; Plank buildings; Children & adults; Tourists; Silver star; Madison county;
    • Men, women, and children seated or standing in front of the white frame Hotel building. The caption reads: 'Edward, Prince of Wales, son of Queen Victoria of England and later to be king, made a tour of western Canada and from there drove down...
    • Walter Pitcher's Auto Repair, Twin Bridges, Montana (1911)

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    • Garages; Automobiles; Vehicle maintenance & repair; Mechanics (Persons); Twin bridges; Madison county;
    • Two men standing in front of Walter Pitcher's Auto Repair shop within a two story stone building with a sign reading Auto Livery and Garage. (Object: 771-000609)

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