This collection consists of 556 stereographs taken by N. A. Forsyth from circa 1901 to circa 1911. The views capture Montana locations that Forsyth visited primarily between the years 1906 and 1909. The bulk of the images are of Butte, Montana (including street scenes, Columbia Gardens, and mining), Glacier National Park, the activities of the 1906-1908 Bison roundup, and family groups of Montana Indian tribes (including the Flathead, Cree, Crow, and Blackfeet). Other subjects include Anaconda, Montana; farms and ranching; lumber; the 1908 Missoula, Montana, flood; Cromwell Dixon and the 1911 Montana State Fair; Morrison Cave (later known as Lewis and Clark Caverns), and Yellowstone National Park.
N. A. Forsyth
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Yellowstone National Park
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N. A. Forsyth Stereograph Collection (ST 001)
stereograph: b&w; 3 1/2 x 7 in
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