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    • A few snorts before we go dry.

    • 1918
    • Montana Club. ; Invitation cards--Montana.
    • Invitation to annual New Year's Eve ball hosted by the Montana Club. Cover image includes caricature of two men in conversation and a fish, a snake, and a lizard. Interior pages include the words to 15 songs and toasts. The going "dry" referred to...
    • Anderson for Congress

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    • Anderson, LeRoy; Political posters.
    • LeRoy Anderson ran for the U.S. House of Representatives 1954-1960. He lost in 1954 and 1960.
    • Coming! to Helena, Mont., the Helena Hotel. The famous line of Albrecht furs.

    • 1901
    • Helena (Mont.)--Businesses--Advertising.
    • Advertisemnt for show of furs from St. Paul, Minnesota, fur sellers. Image shows a woman in a fur coat riding the back of a bear covered in icicles, with a baby tiger in her pocket. The bag on her should reads: "kind words." Postcard is addressed...
    • Dorothy Bradley for governor

    • 1992
    • Bradley, Dorothy M., 1947---Posters.; Political posters.
    • Dorothy Bradley ran and lost in the 1992 gubernatorial election.
    • Drumlummon views (Spring 2009)

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    • Arts--Montana--Periodicals.; Culture--Periodicals.
    • Three times a year; Vol. 1, nos. 1-2 (spring/Summer 2006)-; Drumlummon Views (DV) is published three times a year by Drumlummon Institute, an educational and literary Montana nonprofit corporation that seeks to foster a deeper understanding of the...
    • Drumlummon views (Fall 2008)

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    • Arts--Montana--Periodicals.; Culture--Periodicals.
    • Three times a year; Vol. 1, nos. 1-2 (spring/Summer 2006)-; Drumlummon Views (DV) is published three times a year by Drumlummon Institute, an educational and literary Montana nonprofit corporation that seeks to foster a deeper understanding of the...
    • Elect "Big Ed" Smith Governor

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    • Smith, Edward B.--Posters.; Political posters.
    • Edward Smith ran and lost in the 1972 gubernatorial election.; Republican.
    • Elect Bonner Democrat for Governor

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    • Bonner, John W. (John Woodrow), 1902-1970--Posters.; Governors--Montana--Posters.; Political posters.
    • John W. Bonner ran for governor 1948-1956. He was elected in 1948, but lost in 1954 and 1958.; Research suggests that this poster was used in a later election than 1948.
    • Elect Fjare U.S. Senate Republican.

    • 1960
    • Fjare, Orvin B. (Orvin Benonie), 1918---Posters.; Political posters.
    • Orvin Fjare, a former Congressman, ran and lost the U.S. Senate seat in 1960.
    • Elect Tom Judge Governor Democrat.

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    • Judge, Thomas L.--Posters.; Montana. Governor (1973-1981 : Judge); Political posters.
    • Tom Judge ran and won the seat for governor in 1972 and 1976.
    • Forrest Anderson Democrat for Governor.

    • 1968
    • Anderson, Forrest Howard, 1913-1989--Posters.; Political posters.
    • Forrest Anderson was elected governor in 1968. He did not seek another term.
    • Governor Babcock Republican.

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    • Babcock, Tim, 1919---Posters.; Political posters.
    • Governor Babcock won the 1964 gubernatorial election and lost in 1968.
    • Hibbard for Montana U.S. senate

    • 1972
    • Hibbard, Henry S.--Posters.; Political posters.
    • Henry S. Hibbard ran and lost the 1972 election for U.S. senate.
    • Holt for governor Democratic ticket.

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    • Holt, W. Elmer (William Elmer), 1884-1945--Posters.; Governors--Montana.; Political posters.
    • William Elmer Holt ran and lost the gubernatorial election of 1936; he was later appointed Governor.
    • Hugh Adair Democrat for Congress.

    • 1940
    • Adair, Hugh Rogers, 1889-1971--Posters.; Political posters.
    • "Let's take A-DAIR."; "A man trained for the job."; Hugh Adair ran and lost the election for U.S. House of Representatives in 1940.
    • Marlenee for U.S. Congress

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    • Marlenee, Ron--posters.; Political posters.
    • Ron Marlenee (Republican) served in the U.S. Congress from 1976-1996.
    • Montana Club Smoker. December 31st, 1903.

    • 1903
    • Montana Club. ; Invitation cards--Montana. ; Caricature and cartoons.
    • Invitation to the annual New Year's Eve ball at the Montana Club. The image pokes fun at the fire that had destroyed the original Montana Club clubhouse (1893) on April 27, 1903. The collar of the character's shirt reads: "Slightly disfigured but...
    • Re-elect D'Ewart

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    • D'Ewart, Wesley A.; Political posters.
    • "Montana 2nd District Congressman now seeks reelection."; Poster has caricatures of candadate.; Wesley A. D'Ewart served 1945-1954. He lost re-election in 1954.
    • Re-elect Dr. J. Thorkelson for Congress Republican ticket.

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    • Thorkelson, Jacob, 1876-1945--Posters.; Political posters.
    • Jacob Thorkelson was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in 1938. He was defeated in 1940 and in 1942.; "Circulated and paid for by Dr. J. Thorkelson."
    • Renne for Governor Democrat.

    • 1964
    • Renne, Roland--Posters.; Political posters.
    • Roland Renne ran for Governor in 1964 and lost the election.
    • Sam Ford for Governor Republican ticket.

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    • Ford, Sam C. (Sam Clarence), 1882-1961--Posters.; Governors--Montana--History.; Political posters.
    • Sam Ford ran for Governor in 1940, 1944, and 1948. He lost in 1948.
    • Thanksgiving menu, Grandon Hotel, 1908.

    • 1908
    • Menus--Montana--1900-1910.
    • Menu for Thanksgiving day meal at the Grand Hotel in Helena. Cover image shows a young boy with an ax sneaking up on a hidden behind a gathering of hay.
    • Vacationland Information

    • 1937
    • Tourism--Montana--1930-1940.
    • Large illustrated envelope for delivering free "Vacationland" promotional materials. The image shows a camping scene in a mountain setting, with a man fishing in the foreground. In the left hand corner reads: "Montanans Incorporated, Helena....
    • Vigilante trail ...

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    • 978.6; Roads--Montana.
    • The Vigilante Trail ran from Yellowstone National Park to Butte, Montana, passing through the towns of Jeffers, Ennis, Virginia City, Ruby, Laurin, Sheridan, Twin Bridges, and Silver Star.

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