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    • 3 men and large saw blade in the ACM Co. Mill

    • 1909; 1910; 1911
    • Sawmills; Band saws; Sawmills -- Equipment and supplies; Sawmill workers; Files and rasps; Anaconda Copper Mining Company
    • Three young men posed around a very large band saw blade in the filing room at the Anaconda Copper Mine Company Mill at Bonner, Montana.
    • 317th College Training Detachment Army Air Corps

    • 1944
    • Montana State University (Missoula, Mont.); United States. Army Air Forces. College Training Detachment, 317th; World War, 1939-1945; Air pilots
    • University of Montana, 317th College Training Detachment Army Air Corps, Squadron 5, #4.
    • A couple in a rowboat looking at a seaplane

    • 1909; 1910; 1911
    • Flathead Lake (Mont.) ; Seaplanes; Boaters (Persons); Boats and boating;
    • A man and woman in a rowboat viewing a seaplane on Flathead Lake, Montana.
    • A family outing

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    • Sherburne family; Automobiles; Men; Women
    • Two men and two women dressed warmly sit in a car. Possibly a Sherburne family outing.
    • A Flathead dance

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    • Salish Indians; Flathead Indian Reservation (Mont.); Indian dance; Indian decoration and ornament; Indians of North America -- Social life and customs; Tipis
    • A Flathead dance
    • A group of Native American women and children

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    • Indians of North America; Women; Children; Missions
    • A group of Native American women and children pose in front of a building. The building is probably the Mission Church on the Rocky Boy's Reservation, Montana. Many of the women in the photograph are wrapped in blankets. The children wear coats and...
    • A.C.M. camp 1 commissary, Woodworth

    • 1943
    • Anaconda Copper Mining Company; Lumber camps; Company stores
    • Anaconda Copper Mining Company camp #1 commissary, Woodworth, Montana. A man in front of the counter points to an item on a shelf while a man behind the counter looks at the shelf.
    • Aber Day Lunch.

    • 1920; 1921
    • University of Montana -- Missoula; College campuses; College buildings; Crowds; Picnics
    • Aber Day lunch on the Oval, The University of Montana, Missoula.
    • Aber Day punishment

    • 1927
    • University of Montana -- Missoula; Men
    • Aber Day punishment at The University of Montana. Photograph shows one man holding a whip about to strike another man holding a rake.
    • Agnes and Theo on heifer, Glacier

    • 1899; 1900; 1901
    • Children; Men; Heifers; Glacier National Park (Mont.)
    • Two children, Agnes and Theo, sit on a heifer in front of the door to what is probably a barn. A man stands in front of the cow. A pick-axe is visible leaning up against the side of the barn next to the man. Glacier National Park, Montana.
    • Al Retzlaf and Bob Marshall

    • 1929
    • Marshall, Robert, 1901-1939; United States. Forest Service -- Employees; Men
    • (l) Al Retzlaf, (r) Bob Marshall
    • Albert Orr, Jr., Master Brewer

    • 1954; 1955; 1956
    • Missoula Brewing Company; Men; Women; Missoula (Mont.); Breweries; Beer cans; Beer; Brewers
    • Missoula Brewing Company, man on left is Albert Orr, Jr., Master Brewer. The people holding Highlander Beer cans in the shape of XL.
    • Among the lumber jacks

    • 1890; 1891; 1892; 1893; 1894; 1895; 1896; 1897; 1898; 1899
    • Loggers; Men; Rivers; Montana; Idaho
    • Among the 'Lumber Jacks'. Location unknown. Men sitting on logs near a river. Most likely Montana or Idaho.
    • Andrew Hammond and family

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    • Hammond, Andrew B. (Andrew Benoni), 1848-1934; Families
    • Portrait of Andrew Hammond and family.
    • Andrew Valler, wife and kids

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    • Indians of North America; Kootenai Indians; Cree Indians; Cradleboards; Indigenous peoples
    • Image description reads: ""Andrew Valler, half-breed Cree; with Kootenai wife and kids"" (one child in cradleboard)
    • Antiste, Josh Chiefhat, Mose Auld

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    • Kootenai Indians; Men; Indians of North America; Flathead Indian Reservation (Mont.); Indigenous peoples
    • From image description: 'Antiste and Josh Chiefhat, Kootenai, Mose Auld (half Chinaman).' Written on photograph: 'Kootenai Indians, Camas Mont. Flathead Reservation.'
    • Antlers Club, Butte, Montana

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    • Butte (Mont.); Clubs; Men
    • Antlers Club, Butte, Montana; organized 1891. Row 1: (front L to R) A. Thos. Collins, J. Henry Fariss. Row 2: H. Brownson Smith, R. Halstad Marshall, J. Benton Leggat, Cook, E. Ellsworth Gallogly, M. Moletas Miller. Row 3: W. Seward Lower, F. Percy...
    • Arlee Railroad Depot

    • 1907; 1908; 1909
    • Arlee (Mont.); Railroad stations; Men; Women; Railroad tracks
    • Arlee, Montana, Railroad Depot.
    • Army personnel posing with their fire engines

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    • Missoula (Mont.); Fire departments; Fire engines; United States. Army -- Fire fighters; Emergency vehicles
    • Army personnel posing with their fire engines at Fort Missoula, Missoula, Montana.
    • Arrow throw, Lodge Grass, Montana

    • 1987
    • Indians of North America; Indians of North America -- Games; Indian men; Lodge Grass (Mont.)
    • District champions arrow throw, Lodge Grass, Montana. A group stands in a semicircle with spectators seated in lawn chair. Cars and trucks can be seen behind the group. Arrows are stuck in the ground near the semicircle of people.
    • Aunt Kitty and Lillian Kirkemo

    • 1921
    • Kirkemo, Lillian Fellows, 1898-1990; Women; Lolo Hot Springs (Mont.)
    • Aunt Kitty and Lillian Kirkemo at Lolo Hot Springs, Montana.
    • Automobile in the Bitterroot Valley

    • 1906; 1907; 1908
    • Bitterroot River Valley (Mont.); Automobiles
    • Bitterroot Valley settlers (six men) on tour in an automobile. Picture taken for the publication 'The Bitter Root Valley Montana,' but not reproduced therein. Vehicle full of people drives down a brushy slope towards what looks like a rocky...
    • Bass School on Bass Creek

    • 1906
    • Stevensville (Mont.) ; School buildings; School children; Teachers; Wooden-frame buildings
    • Bass school on Bass Creek, northwest of Stevensville, Montana. Students and teacher pose in front of the wood-frame building. Boy in back row next to teacher is Lee Bass.
    • Bathers at Lolo Hot Springs

    • 1904; 1905; 1906
    • Lolo Hot Springs (Mont.); Women; Men; Hot springs; Swimmers
    • Bathers at Lolo Hot Springs
    • Beckwith Sisters

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    • Beckwith family; Sisters; Women
    • Beckwith sisters: (left - right) Eva Beckwith, Hattie Keith, Emma McLeod, Annie Marie Briggs, Clara McLeod.
    • Big Rock and Crazy Boy in Great Falls, Montana

    • 1916
    • Chippewa-Cree Indians of the Rocky Boy's Reservation, Montana; Tipis; Calumets
    • Chippewa Chief Big Rock, holding a pipe; standing with Crazy Boy, Great Falls, Montana. The men stand on a blanket in front of a tipi in the yard of a home.
    • Blackfeet couple next to painted tipi

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    • Blackfeet Indian Reservation (Mont.); Indians of North America; Indigenous peoples; Tipis; Siksika Indians; Indian men; Indian women
    • An elderly Blackfeet man and woman pose next to a traditionally painted tipi. She sits on the ground, wearing a ""white-mans"" hat and holding a carved toy horse and rider. Her dress in beaded, trimmed with cowrie shells or elk teeth. She has a...
    • Blackfeet Indians and child

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    • Indians of North America; Tipis; Women; Children; Siksika Indians; Indigenous peoples
    • Blackfeet members, no location. Two adults and a child, teepees in the background.
    • Blackfeet man and woman in native dress

    • 1900; 1901; 1902; 1903; 1904; 1905; 1906; 1907; 1908; 1909; 1910
    • Blackfeet Indian Reservation (Mont.); Glacier National Park (Mont.); Indians of North America; Indigenous peoples; Indian men; Indian women; Horses; Siksika Indians; Rivers
    • A Blackfeet man and woman on horses standing on the bank of a creek in the Glacier Park, Montana vicinity. The man is on a pinto pony, the woman on a buckskin.
    • Blackfeet man and woman on horses

    • 1900; 1901; 1902; 1903; 1904; 1905; 1906; 1907; 1908; 1909; 1910
    • Blackfeet Indian Reservation (Mont.); Browning (Mont.); Indians of North America; Indigenous peoples; Siksika Indians; Horses; Indian men; Indian women; Headgear
    • A Blackfeet man and woman posed on horses standing next to a creek or lake in the Browning, Montana vicinity. Both are attired in Native dress; the man is wearing an eagle feather war bonnet.
    • Blackfeet man and women in native dress

    • 1900; 1901; 1902; 1903; 1904; 1905; 1906; 1907; 1908; 1909; 1910
    • Blackfeet Indian Reservation (Mont.); Browning (Mont.); Indians of North America; Indigenous peoples; Siksika Indians; Indian men; Horses; Tipis; Indian women
    • A somewhat posed photo of a group of Blackfeet men and women in native dress. Two men are mounted on horses; two tipis, unpainted, appear in the background. Photo taken in the Browning, Montana vicinity.
    • Blackfeet members

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    • Indians of North America; Tipis; Automobiles; Women; Children; Siksika Indians; Indigenous peoples
    • Blackfeet members (unidentified). Woman and child in front teepee. Automobiles in background. Location unknown.
    • Blackfeet members

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    • Indians of North America; Women; Children; Siksika Indians; Rivers; Indigenous peoples
    • Blackfeet members (unidentified). Woman and child on river bank.
    • Blackfeet men and women in native ceremonial dress

    • 1909; 1910; 1911
    • Blackfeet Indian Reservation (Mont.); Siksika Indians; Indians of North America -- Clothing; Indian men; Indian women; Headgear; Sun dance; Indians of North America -- Social life and customs
    • A group of Blackfeet men and women in native ceremonial dress. (Note with image: This photo is interesting and significant in that it shows a woman with horned single trailed eagle feathered war bonnet with ermine skin side drops. She may be the...
    • Blackfeet men and women in native dress

    • 1909; 1910; 1911
    • Blackfeet Indian Reservation (Mont.); Browning (Mont.); Tipis; Indians of North America; Indigenous peoples; Siksika Indians; Horses
    • A large group of Blackfeet men and women in native dress, mounted on horses posed amid a tipi encampment. There is a large tipi in the foreground, painted, sporting a 46 star American flag atop one of the lodge poles. Browning , Montana area.
    • Blackfeet men and women riding in to camp

    • 1909; 1910; 1911
    • Indians of North America; Indian men; Indian women; Tipis; Horses; Blackfeet Tribe of the Blackfeet Indian Reservation of Montana; Glacier National Park (Mont.)
    • A group of Blackfeet men and women riding in to camp; all in native dress. The men lead, the women are behind pulling travois. Four women stand or sit outside one of the tipis. Glacier Park, Montana environs.
    • Blackfeet men sitting inside a Sun Dance Lodge

    • 1900; 1901; 1902; 1903; 1904; 1905; 1906; 1907; 1908; 1909; 1910
    • Blackfeet Indian Reservation (Mont.); Browning (Mont.); Indians of North America; Indigenous peoples; Siksika Indians; Sun dance; Indian dance lodges; Headgear
    • Blackfeet men sitting inside a Sun Dance Lodge. The man appearing on the left side of the photo is dressed in old time Blackfeet dress: beaded buckskins and a vertical eagle feather bonnet. A willow-back rest appears at the rear of the photo....
    • Blackfeet woman and child

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    • Indians of North America; Women; Children; Siksika Indians; Rivers; Indigenous peoples
    • Blackfeet members (unidentified). Woman and child on river bank.
    • Blackfeet woman with infant in cradle board

    • 1900; 1901; 1902; 1903; 1904; 1905; 1906; 1907; 1908; 1909; 1910
    • Blackfeet Indian Reservation (Mont.); Browning (Mont.); Indians of North America; Indigenous peoples; Indian women; Indian children; Cradleboards; Tipis; Indian art; Siksika Indians
    • Blackfeet woman in native dress holding an infant in a cradle board. Cradle board reflects Chippewa-Cree influence, while the cover is more of the traditional Sioux style. The woman's dress is Blackfeet, however, the tipi door appearing in the...
    • Bob Marshall at Priest River Station

    • 1928
    • Priest River (Idaho); Marshall, Robert, 1901-1939; Priest River Experiment Station (Priest River, Idaho); United States. Forest Service -- Employees
    • Priest River (Idaho) Ranger Station. Bob Marshall is 2nd from upper left.
    • Bonita, Montana

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    • Bonita (Mont.); Railroad tracks; Railroad stations; Water towers; Men; Women
    • Bonita, Montana (Image featured in the Re-Photographing Missoula exhibit, see umt010592)
    • Bourdon's Ranch, Frenchtown Valley, Montana

    • 1890; 1891; 1892; 1893; 1894; 1895; 1896; 1897; 1898; 1899
    • Frenchtown (Mont.); Dwellings; Ranches; Ranchers; Families
    • Bourdon's Ranch, Frenchtown Valley, Montana. A group of men, women, and children pose outside of a house.
    • Bourdon's thresher on the road

    • 1890; 1891; 1892; 1893; 1894; 1895; 1896; 1897; 1898; 1899
    • Threshing machines; Men; Agricultural machinery & implements
    • Bourdon's Thresher on the Road (location unknown). Men standing and sitting on a large steam powered thresher.
    • Boys back from mountain lion hunt

    • 1914; 1915; 1916
    • Hunters; Puma; Puma hunting; Rifles; Lord family; Dead animals; Lord, Gilbert, 1900-1986
    • Ray and Gilbert Lord with rifles standing in front of two young mountain lions hanging from a pole attached to two large trees in Montana.
    • Boys camp on Two Medicine

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    • Two Medicine River (Mont.); Camping; Cookware
    • Boys camp on Two Medicine River, Montana. A buggy is in behind the boys and cooking utensils are around them. Mountain can be seen behind the group.
    • Branding Cattle

    • 1901
    • Cattle -- Marking; Men; Corrals; Cattle pens
    • Branding cattle, Government Issue. Location unknown.
    • Breaking a 25-year-old horse

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    • Gilman family; Missoula (Mont.); Families; Horse-drawn vehicles; Wagons
    • Breaking a 25-year-old horse. Gilman family photo, Deep Creek, between Frenchtown and Missoula, Montana. A horse-drawn wagon is pulled by two horses. One person sits and holds the reins; a second person, probably a boy, stands in the wagon.
    • Bringing in the sun dance pole

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    • Sun dance; Indians of North America; Indian dance; Indians of North America -- Social life and customs; Horses
    • A group of people on horses. Image is entitled: Bringing in the sun dance pole. (Probably Rocky Boy's Reservation, Montana.)
    • Bucking a fallen tree into logs

    • 1943
    • Loggers ; Crosscut saws
    • Henry Johnson and Ben Hallgreen 'bucking' a fallen tree into logs using a two man saw, Woodworth, Montana.
    • Building Rock Creek Road below Quigley

    • 1896
    • Roads -- Design and construction; Road construction workers; Wheelbarrows;
    • Men with pickaxes and wheelbarrows building Rock Creek Road near Spring Creek below Quigley, Montana.
    • Building the first jail

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    • Rocky Boy's Reservation (Mont.); Jails; Indians of North America
    • People helping to build the first jail on the Rocky Boy Reservation, Montana. Photograph shows three Native Americans with braid working with another man. Buildings can be seen in the background of the photograph. Shovels and wheelbarrows can be...
    • Cabin at mines east of Quigley, Montana

    • 1899; 1900; 1901
    • Quigley (Mont.) - Buildings, structures, etc.; Men; Women; Boys
    • Cabin at mines east of Quigley, Montana. Front-Mrs. Babington (left center), Hattie Daigle (right center), Leonard Daigle (right), Delia Daigle (center), Mr. W. J. Babington (left background with gold pan) [he was one time Missoula County Clerk...
    • Camas Hot Springs, Montana

    • 1911
    • Hot springs; Men; Women; Children; Wooden-frame buildings; Demersville (Mont.)
    • A large group of people pose for a photograph at Camas Hot Springs, Montana. Springwell, DeMers Addition in the distance.
    • Camp at Amy's Landing

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    • Lumber camps; Loggers; Tents
    • Camp at Amy's Landing (probably in Montana). A group of men pose for the photograph. The photography may have been taken on wash day as what appears to be laundry hangs on lines nearby. Tents are in background.
    • Camp Hope

    • 1899; 1900; 1901
    • Camping; Cookware; Tents; Couples
    • Camp Hope. A man and a woman sit in front of a tent. The man is reading a book. The woman is cooking on a woodstove. Four plates can be seen set on a small table between them. Long chimney extends up from woodstove.
    • Camp Keewaydin

    • 1932
    • Keewaydin Camp; Camps; Campers (Persons); Girls; Holland Lake (Mont.)
    • Camp Keewaydin, group photo of twenty-five girls.
    • Camp Keewaydin

    • 1932
    • Keewaydin Camp; Camps; Campers (Persons); Girls; Swimmers; Holland Lake (Mont.)
    • Camp Keewaydin, ten girls in bathing suits.
    • Camp Keewaydin

    • 1932
    • Keewaydin Camp; Camps; Campers (Persons); Cowboys; Helmville (Mont.)
    • Camp Keewaydin, group photo of twenty-two cowboys.
    • Camp kitchen and dining room at headquarters

    • 1912
    • Lumber camps; Kitchens -- Employees; Camps -- Food service;
    • Camp kitchen and dining room at headquarter's logging camp on Arkansas Creek near Potomac, Montana. Kitchen crew posing. Pitchers can be seen hanging on ceiling, wooden benches and tables can be seen. Place settings are visible on some of the...
    • Camping in the Lolo Valley

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    • Camping; Packhorse camping; Horses; Pack animals (Transportation)
    • Ray Walters and Leo Greenough with Jerry Johnson and dog camping in the Lolo, western Montana.
    • Carlton School, Montana

    • 1905; 1906; 1907
    • School buildings; School children; Schools; Teachers; Wooden-frame buildings
    • Carlton School, Montana. Students and teacher posed on the steps of the wood-frame school.
    • Castro Street cable car, San Francisco

    • 1941-03-10
    • Cable cars (Streetcars); San Francisco (Calif.); San Francisco (Calif.) -- Buildings, structures, etc.; Castro (San Francisco, Calif.); Turntables (Railroads); Street-railroads -- Employees; Street-railroads; Street-railroad tracks; Men
    • Castro Street cable car #6, on turntable at 26th Street, San Francisco, California.
    • Celebration dinner opening of Florence Hotel

    • 1940; 1941; 1942
    • Florence Hotel (Missoula, Mont.); Hotels; Missoula (Mont.) -- Buildings, structures, etc.; Missoula (Mont.); Dinners and dining; Dining rooms; Special events; Men; Women; Parties
    • Celebration dinner opening of Florence Hotel, Missoula, Montana.
    • Charles E. Beckwith

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    • Beckwith, Charles E., 1836-1928; Infants
    • Charles E. Beckwith. An older man wearing a suit holds an infant. He is standing in a yard, and his hat is on the ground.
    • Charles M. Russell and his wife Nancy

    • 1909-02
    • Russell, Charles M. (Charles Marion), 1864-1926; Artists; Russell, Nancy Cooper, -1940; Log cabins; Artists' studios
    • C. M. Russell and his wife Nancy Russell pose in front of his log studio in Great Falls, Montana.
    • Charlie and Nancy Russell with child

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    • Russell, Charles M. (Charles Marion), 1864-1926; Russell, Nancy Cooper, -1940; Children; Russell family
    • Charles M. Russell and wife, Nancy, holding child with writing on front that means 'love Papa.'
    • Charlie Russell and the Lindermans

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    • Linderman, Frank Bird, 1869-1938; Russell, Charles M. (Charles Marion), 1864-1926; Deer hunting
    • Charles M. Russell, Percy, James B. Linderman, S.J., and Frank Bird Linderman with deer carcasses.
    • Cheyenne Indian dance

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    • Cheyenne Indians; Indians of North America -- Great Plains; Indian dance; Indians of North America -- Clothing; Indians of North America -- Social life and customs
    • A large group of Cheyenne Indians dancing. Boos #629. The tops of tipis can be seen in the background.
    • Chief Charlo and friends

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    • Charlot, Kalispel Chief, approximately 1831-1900; Indians of North America; Indigenous peoples
    • Image entitled ""Friends"" (Chief Charlo and two unidentified Native Americans). Chief Charlo died in 1910.
    • Chief Koostata, Josh Chiefhat, and Mose Auld

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    • Kootenai Indians; Flathead Indian Reservation (Mont.); Indians of North America; Men; Tipis; Indigenous peoples
    • From image description: 'Chief Koostata, Josh Chiefhat, and Mose Auld (half Chinaman).' Written on photograph: 'Kootenai Indians, Camas, Mont., Flathead Reservation.'
    • Chief Koostata, wife and stepdaughter

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    • Kootenai Indians; Men; Women; Children; Indians of North America; Indigenous peoples
    • Chief Koostata, wife and stepdaughter, Kootenai (portrait)
    • Children at Grant Creek

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    • Missoula (Mont.); Grant Creek School; Children; Wooden-frame buildings
    • Children at Grant Creek, near Missoula, Montana. Four children posed for a photograph, one is Dan Ryan.
    • Children sitting on a railroad bridge, Missoula

    • 1902; 1903; 1904
    • Railroad bridges; Rattlesnake Creek (Missoula County, Mont.); Jumbo, Mount (Mont.); Trestles; Children
    • Two children, a girl and a boy, pose with a dog on the edge of a railroad bridge in front of Mt. Jumbo. The bridge spans what is probably Rattlesnake Creek. Missoula, Montana.
    • Christmas Tree

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    • Christmas trees; Christmas tree ornaments; Children; Christmas
    • A girl hangs an ornament on a Christmas tree, and another girl poses in front of the tree holding a doll. On the left side of the photograph, four shelves of books can be seen and a painting above on the wall. Flooring is wood and two rugs are...
    • Class at Saint Labre School

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    • St. Labre Indian Mission School (Ashland, Mont.); Schools; Church schools; Catholic schools; Boarding schools; Students; Nuns; Priests; Ashland (Mont.); Indians of North America; Indigenous peoples
    • Photograph of children and their teachers at Saint Labre Boarding School near Ashland, Montana. Father Vermaat in back row.
    • Climbing from lower to upper Grinnell Glacier

    • 1900; 1901; 1902; 1903; 1904; 1905; 1906; 1907; 1908; 1909; 1910; 1911; 1912; 1913; 1914; 1915; 1916; 1917; 1918; 1919; 1920
    • Glacier National Park (Mont.); Grinnell Glacier (Mont.); Glaciers; Tourists
    • Glacier National Park, party climbing from lower to upper Grinnell Glacier
    • Clyde Fickes and Carl Willis packing shakes

    • 1908; 1909
    • Horses; Ranger stations; Pack animals (Transportation); United States. Forest Service -- Employees
    • Clyde Fickes and Carl Willis packing shakes, near Kalispell, Montana. Two men stand in front of two horses loaded with wood slats. Building visible behind the horses.
    • Columbus, Montana, Post Office

    • 1913
    • Columbus (Mont.); Post office buildings; Postmasters; Men
    • Interior of the Columbus, Montana, Post Office - Jim Savell, Postmaster.
    • Conrad, Montana.  W. G. Conrad

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    • Conrad (Mont.); Conrad, William G., 1848-1914; Men
    • Group of men standing in front of the J.E. Ritchey Real Estate Office. W. G. Conrad, 2nd from right. Conrad, Montana.
    • Constructing the Mosier Dredge

    • 1932; 1933; 1934
    • Dredges; Gold mines and mining -- Equipment and supplies; Dredges -- Design and construction
    • Construction of the Mosier dredge at Pioneer Gulch, Montana. In operation in December 1933. The front gantry is in place on the dredge.
    • Cooking dinner at Swan Lake

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    • Swan Lake (Mont.); Norton, Gertrude; College students; Canoes and canoeing
    • Group of four women on the shore of Swan Lake, Montana cooking dinner. Two canoes are beached near the women. Note reads: 'Gert Norton taking up stew at Swan Lake.'
    • Cookshack at Woodworth

    • 1943
    • Lumber camps ; Camps -- Food service; Woodworth (Mont.); Men; Lumber trade -- Employees
    • Cookshack at Woodworth, Montana. Dining hall full of men eating.
    • Council sun dance camp

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    • Sun dance; Indians of North America; Indian councils; Rocky Boy's Reservation (Mont.); Indians of North America -- Clothing
    • Council sun dance camp, Rocky Boy Reservation, Montana. A group of Native American sit in a circle. Several men on horseback are just outside the circle. Many of the men wear Native American attire; some wear headdresses.
    • Couple in horse drawn wagon

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    • Missoula (Mont.); Streets; Horse-drawn vehicles; Carriages and carts; Men; Women; Couples; Missoula (Mont.) -- Buildings, structures, etc.; Horses
    • Couple in a horse drawn wagon on a muddy street in Missoula, Montana.
    • Cree Indian encampment in the Cypress Mountains

    • 1874; 1875; 1876
    • Cree Indians; Indigenous peoples; Tipis;
    • Cree encampment in the Cypress Mountains, Northwest Territory, Canada. Group of Indians stand and sit in front of tipis.
    • Crow Indians at the Villard Gold Spike Excursion

    • 1883-09-08
    • Northern Pacific Railway Company; Crow Indians; Fargo (N.D.); Railroads -- Employees; Rites and ceremonies
    • Crow Indians attending the Villard Gold Spike Excursion, the opening of the Northern Pacific Railroad. Image ""Northern Pacific View"" by Haynes Photo, Fargo, North Dakota.
    • Crow Indians in pow wow dress

    • 1890; 1891; 1892; 1893; 1894; 1895; 1896; 1897; 1898; 1899; 1900; 1901; 1902; 1903; 1904; 1905; 1906; 1907; 1908; 1909; 1910
    • Crow Indians; Indians of North America; Indigenous peoples; Indian men; Indian children; Plenty Coups, Chief of the Crows, 1848-1932; Two Leggings, approximately 1847-1923; Powwows
    • Group of Crow Indians in pow wow dress showing some fine quill work and other interesting costume detail. Included in this group are Crooked Arm, Bull Don't Fall Down, Owl Above, Fire Bear, Plenty Coups and Two Leggins
    • Crow women at Crow Fair

    • 1939
    • Crow Indians; Indian women; Indian children
    • Crow women and children at Crow Fair, Crow Agency, Montana. Six women, wearing dresses and shawls, are seated. One woman holds a small child. Other children are in front of the group. One woman appears to be wearing sunglasses. Part of a tent can...
    • Cutting Ponderosa near Libby, Montana

    • 1921-08-08
    • Ponderosa pine; Logging; Logging -- Equipment and supplies; Crosscut saws; Men;
    • Cutting a Ponderosa Pine with a two man saw on the bench north of the Kootenai River at Libby, Montana.
    • Dan Ryan, Grant Creek

    • 1919; 1920; 1921
    • Missoula (Mont.); Grant Creek School; Men; Women; Saws
    • A man (Dan Ryan) holds a piece of wood near a spinning saw blade. The woman and other man in the photograph are not identified. A portion of a wood building is visible, and wash hangs from a clothes line. Grant Creek, near Missoula, Montana.
    • Dancers and hand game participants

    • 1941
    • Crow Indians; Indians of North America; Pryor (Mont.); Indian dancers; Indian dancers -- Clothing; Hand games
    • Dancers and hand game participants. Start of the Honor Dance around camp prior to the 'Give away,' Pryor, Montana.
    • Dancing in Grass Dance

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    • Indians of North America; Indian dancers; Dance; Grass dance
    • Dancing in Grass Dance. Native Americans in ceremonial dress. Photograph shows large group of Native Americans. Some wear feathered headdresses, others have buffalo head pieces. Wheeled carriage is visible in background.
    • Dark Town Fire Brigade, Anaconda

    • 1893-04-03
    • Anaconda (Mont.) -- Buildings, structures, etc.; Parades; Horses
    • Anaconda Fire Department outfitted for parade as the Darktown Fire Brigade. They are in blackface. Some carry musical instruments. Image is entitled: Dark Town Fire Brigade. Anaconda. April 3, 1893. Anaconda, Montana.

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