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    • Alspaugh Saddle and Harness Shop

    • 1910
    • Architectural photography--United States--History--19th century; Saddlery--West (U.S.)--History; Livingston (Mont.)
    • Interior of Alspaugh Saddle and Harness Shop, 131 South Main Street, Livingston, Montana. Three unidentified men standing at rear of photo, tack equipment displayed.
    • Leyman Cummings Livery and Feed Stable

    • 1889
    • Portrait photography; Portraits, Group; Portraits--1880-1900; Architectural photography--United States--History--19th century; Livingston (Mont.).
    • Portrait of man and child in carriage outside the H.L. Cummings and Son Livery and Feed Stable, taken from southwest the corner of West Lewis and South Third Streets looking northeast.
    • Livingston, Montana

    • 1910
    • Livingston (Mont.); Landscape photography--History--19th century.
    • View of Livingston, Montana looking south east. North 5th Street is visible in centerground, irrigation ditch is visible in left foreground.
    • Mary Jesson in Livingston Roundup Parade

    • 1940
    • Independence Day (U.S.); Parade floats; Livingston (Mont.)--Social life and customs--Pictorial works.
    • Older woman in dress and feathered hat riding side saddle in front of Browning Tool Company, South main Street, Livingston. Reverse reads, "Mary Jesson in Livingston Roundup Parade, riding side saddle. She taught at Hunter's Hot Springs School in...
    • Park County Court House

    • 1890
    • Architectural photography--United States--History--19th century;Local government--Montana; Livingston (Mont.)
    • Exterior of Park County Court House, from the northwest corner of Callender and South D Streets. Al Robertson is in carriage pulled by horse, Billy. Reverse reads, "Newly constructed court house, Livingston, Montana, early 1890's."
    • The First Home of E.H. Talcott

    • 1886
    • Architectural photography--United States--History--19th century; Livingston (Mont.)--Social life and customs.
    • The first home of the E.H. Talcotts, taken from the northeast corner of South Yellowstone and West Lewis Streets, Livingston, Montana. This home was demolished, ca. 1903, and larger home built on same lot.

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