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You've searched: Jack L. Demmons' Photographs of Bonner, Montana

  • All fields: Rivers -- Montana -- Photographs
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    • Soldiers and ladies beside the Clark Fork River

    • 1914; 1915; 1916; 1917; 1918
    • Bonner (Mont.) -- Photographs; Montana -- History; Women -- Montana -- Photographs; Men -- Montana -- Photographs; Soldiers -- United States -- Photographs; Rivers -- Montana -- Photographs; Clark Fork (Mont. and Idaho)
    • Photo shows three men in Army uniforms and three women in dresses and hats, all standing on rocks next to railroad tracks, at the base of a sign which reads "Private Property. Keep Off" The river is visible in the background, and there is a black...
    • Ice skaters on frozen river

    • 1920
    • Bonner (Mont.) -- Photographs; Montana -- History; Ice skaters -- Montana -- Photographs; Ice on rivers, lakes, etc. -- Montana; Rivers -- Montana -- Photographs;
    • Photograph reportedly circa 1920 with nine men wearing ice skates posing on a frozen river, probably the Blackfoot River. Most of the skaters are wearing ties or formal coats. Other skaters are visible further out on the river and the county bridge...
    • Hazel Beadle at the swimming hole

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    • Bonner (Mont.) -- Photographs; Montana -- History; Swimmers; Bridges; Rivers -- Montana -- Photographs;
    • The head of a young woman or girl wearing a swim cap is visible above the water in the Clark Fork River. Photo is taken from the middle of river. A bridge can be seen in the background. An individual stands backward halfway out on the diving board...
    • Clark Fork River swimming hole

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    • Bonner (Mont.) -- Photographs; Montana -- History; Swimmers; Bridges; Rivers -- Montana -- Photographs;
    • Three girls in swim caps are in the river with heads and shoulders visible above water. The Duck Bridge is in the background. The photo was taken from the middle of the river. Silhouettes of other people can be seen on the bridge, and another...
    • High water at the Bonner Mill

    • 1948-05
    • Bonner (Mont.) -- Photographs; Montana -- History; Dam failures -- Montana -- Bonner -- History; Rivers -- Montana -- Photographs; Railroad tracks -- Montana -- Photographs; Bonner Mill (Bonner, Mont.) -- History
    • Photo shows water nearly as high as the railroad tracks in the left of the photo. Logs and other debris are visible in the water. Photo caption reads: High water at the Bonner Mill, May, 1948.

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