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    • Bonner bunkhouse and community gardens

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    • Bonner (Mont.) -- Photographs; Montana -- History; Community gardens -- Montana -- Bonner
    • The two-story Bonner bunkhouse was some 200 feet long. The southeast corner of the large garden area is fenced. The air is very smoky, especially in background. Photo caption reads: Bonner Bunkhouse. Community Gardens.
    • Early day steam shovel

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    • Bonner (Mont.) -- Photographs; Montana -- History
    • An unidentified man stands at door of steam shovel, with smoke rising from the smoke stack. The steam shovel sits in a shallow pit. Several young people stand in the shovel bucket, which is several feet off the ground. Photo caption reads: Early...
    • Ed Labbe

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    • Bonner (Mont.) -- Photographs; Montana -- History; Teenage boys -- Montana -- Photographs; Swimmers; Bathing suits; Parks
    • Photo of a young man in a bathing suit and bare feet, sitting on top of a wooden fence railing. Water can be seen between the fence rails, along with an open park area. Trees and mountain are visible in the background. Photo caption reads: Ed...
    • Emma and Esther Sampson and their dogs

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    • Bonner (Mont.) -- Photographs; Montana -- History; Milltown (Mont.); Women -- Montana -- Photographs; Dogs
    • Photo shows two women standing outside. The woman at the right of the photo is holding puppy, while an older dog sits at her feet, looking up. A picket fence is behind the women. The Bonner Mill is in the background. Photo caption reads: Emma and...
    • Jim Johnson using a push-mower to mow a park in Bonner

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    • Bonner (Mont.) -- Photographs; Montana -- History; Cities and towns -- Montana -- Photographs;
    • A man, wearing a hat, uses a push mower to mow a park in Bonner. A dog sits at his feet. Part of the mill can be seen in the background. Photo caption reads: Jim Johnson.
    • Men at Kelly Pine Field

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    • Bonner (Mont.) -- Photographs; Montana -- History; Baseball fields -- Montana; Men -- Montana -- Photographs;
    • Five men, wearing street clothes, stand in front of the Kelly Pine Field grandstands. Spectators' feet are visible in the stands. Photo caption reads: Howard Sowre, Ty Jacobson, Trig Bergseth, Eddie Rathjean, Ray Olson, Bill Cadieux, Bill Beare.
    • Milltown circa 1915

    • 1915
    • Bonner (Mont.) -- Photographs; Montana -- History; Milltown (Mont.) -- Photographs; Reservoirs; Rivers; Blackfoot River (Mont.) -- Photographs;
    • Photo looking north from across Milltown dam up the Blackfoot River. The railroad and highway bridge are visible on the left, part of horse barn on the far left and a two-story school and two churches on the far right. Milltown is in the...
    • Rafting the Blackfoot River

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    • Bonner (Mont.) -- Photographs; Montana -- History; Teenage boys -- Montana -- Photographs; Fishing -- Montana -- Photographs; Blackfoot River (Mont.) -- Photographs; Rafts;
    • Three unidentified teens stand on a wooden raft in a shallow channel on the Blackfoot River. The raft and boys are about 15 feet out from brush-covered bank. The boy on the left mans the steering pole at the back of the raft. The boy on right holds...
    • Riverside Market 1910

    • 1910
    • Bonner (Mont.) -- Photographs; Montana -- History; Milltown (Mont.) -- Photographs; General stores -- Montana -- Photographs; Stores, Retail -- Montana -- Photographs
    • Photograph showing young boy in knickers in front of counter with three men behind counter. Various cans of goods can be seen along back wall. Four barrels are visible on the storeroom floor. What appears to be pieces of meat can be seen on counter...
    • Water flowing over the dam in the 1908 flood

    • 1908
    • Bonner (Mont.) -- Photographs; Montana -- History; Floods -- Montana; Hydroelectric power plants -- Montana
    • Water flows over the Milltown dam during the flood of 1908. The power plant is surrounded by water. Flow at the dam during the flood was estimated at 48,000 cubic feet per second. A sticker, with typed number 133, has been added to the upper left...

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