Bonner (Mont.) -- Photographs; Montana -- History; Children -- Montana -- Photographs; School children -- Montana -- Photographs; Classes (Groups of students) -- Photographs;
Class photo of a group of children and teachers. Some are sitting and others are standing. Photo caption reads: 1st row - 1. Burt Rumsey. 7. Renoldo LaForge. 8. Leo Mosrell?. 9. Clarence Haaglund. 10. Leonard Nelson. 11. Joe Boileau. 12. Bernard...
Bonner (Mont.) -- Photographs; Montana -- History; Men -- Montana -- Photographs; Women -- Montana -- Photographs
Photo of eight young adults (3 women and 5 men) standing outdoors. Nine names are listed on the caption, but only eight people are pictured. Photo caption reads: Left to Right: Elmi Erkkila, Eino Weimer, Eileen Lehti, Aili Karkanen, Vieno Kumpo,...
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...
Bonner (Mont.) -- Photographs; Montana -- History; Students -- Montana -- Bonner -- Photographs; School children -- Montana -- Bonner -- Photographs; Children -- Montana -- Photographs; Schools -- Montana
Photo shows twenty students, standing on stairs of school. Penciled in to the left of the typed captions: 2nd row: Hazel Egan, Benjamin daughter, Peterson girl; penciled in under the typed Front Row captions: George Hodgson; Penciled in the Back...
Bonner (Mont.) -- Photographs; Montana -- History; Indians of North America; Salish Indians -- Montana
Photograph of Sam Resurrection. Photo caption reads: Chief Martintail "Sam Resurrection" he sold whitefish in gunnysacks in winter of 1908. Poker Jim also did the same. Every fall the Indians and their horses camped up the Blackfoot to hunt deer...
Bonner (Mont.) -- Photographs; Montana -- History; Men -- Montana -- Photographs; Lubrecht, W. C. (William C.), -1952;
Grainy photograph, possibly taken from newsprint, showing thirteen men, many with ties to the mill at Bonner. Photo caption reads: Top row: left to right: 3. Melvin (Mully) Johnson. 4. Guy Weimer. 5. Bill Anderson. 6. L. (Dornie) Dornberger. 7....
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