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    • deWit children

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    • Bonner (Mont.) -- Photographs; Montana -- History; Boys -- Montana -- Bonner -- Photographs; Children -- Montana -- Bonner -- Photographs; Brothers and sisters -- Montana -- Bonner -- Photographs; Girls -- Montana -- Bonner -- Photographs; Families...
    • Photo of four children standing outside in the snow. The are standing in order of height, tallest on the left. All are wearing heavy winter coats; the boys are wearing caps. Trees and the mountainside are visible in the background. Photo caption...
    • Hamma family

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    • Bonner (Mont.) -- Photographs; Montana -- History; Children -- Montana -- Photographs;
    • Six children stand in a yard in front of buildings. They are lined up in descending height (tallest to shortest) from left to right. Photo caption reads: Hamma family. Ina, Martha, Mary, Helen Nousianen, Onnie, and Charlie.
    • Queen Hotel and Potomac Saloon

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    • Bonner (Mont.) -- Photographs; Montana -- History; Hotels -- Montana -- Photographs; Bars (Drinking establishments) -- Montana
    • A very faded photograph of two adjoining, long two-storied white buildings. The hotel is higher than the saloon. The sign on tallest building reads "Queen Hotel, John Rinouette or Rinquette." Woman, dog, and man stand in front of motel. Another man...
    • Sheep being driven through Milltown to summer pasture

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    • Bonner (Mont.) -- Photographs; Montana -- History
    • Image showing man herding sheep along road in front of buildings. Partially visible on tallest building is sign that reads "Meat Market." Photo caption reads: Sheep being driven through Milltown to summer pasture. Riverside Market in background....
    • Sheep herded through Milltown by the Riverside meat market

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    • Bonner (Mont.) -- Photographs; Montana -- History; Sheepherding
    • Lone man with hat in foreground with a flock of sheep. Several wood-frame buildings can be seen. The tallest building says "...AT-MARKET" and is most likely the Riverside Market as identified in image from Photoboard #22 stating "Sheep being driven...

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