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

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    • Fred R. Thibodeau and the Midway Saloon

    • 1911
    • Bonner (Mont.) -- Photographs; Montana -- History; Bars (Drinking establishments) -- Montana; Boardinghouses -- Montana -- Photographs;
    • A man, wearing an apron, stands on the boardwalk of the Midway Saloon. A large sign over saloon door reads "Garden City Beer 5 cents; Restaurant; Furnished Rooms." Lower sign above small barber pole reads "Lunch Counter." Ornate writing on the...
    • Studio portrait of six men

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    • Bonner (Mont.) -- Photographs; Montana -- History; Young men -- Montana -- Photographs;
    • Studio portrait of six men. Photo caption reads: Top left: Joseph Pelletier. Lower left: Ubald Doucette. Top center: Patrick Cyr, the barber. Center: Joe Martin. Top right: August Bourgoine.
    • Group of people in front of store

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    • Bonner (Mont.) -- Photographs; Montana -- History
    • Group of people posing in front of storefront. 12 men, one girl, and one dog. Possibly a barbershop as there appears a barber's pole sticking out from storefront. Photo caption reads: First row: ???, St. Maries, Fred R. Thibodeau, "Willie" William...
    • Summer 1942

    • 1942
    • Bonner (Mont.) -- Photographs; Montana -- History; Young men -- Montana -- Photographs;
    • Close up picture of three young men. A general merchandise building, telephone poles and a street corner are visible in the background. Photo caption reads: Summer of 1942: Left to Right: 1. Ivan Levesque 2. Arne Ranta 3. Eldon Levesque. ("Summer...
    • Old intersection near Hemgrens Store and old Highway 10

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    • Bonner (Mont.) -- Photographs; Montana -- History; Signs and signboards; Barbershops; Buildings -- Photographs; Snow; Roads -- Interchanges and intersections -- Photographs;
    • Close-up picture of an intersection. Photo was taken looking across the street to where Two Rivers Market is now. A sign above the stop sign on a phone pole reads "Stop! Thru Road". A few buildings and a snow covered mountainside are visible in...

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