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 the early 1900's. The Jessons were pioneer ranchers on Billman Creek west of Livingston."
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