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    • Assembling at Miles Park for the Fourth of July Parade

    • 1900
    • Portrait photography; Portraits, Group; Portraits--1910-1920; Independence Day (U.S.); Parade floats; Livingston (Mont.)--Social life and customs--Pictorial works.
    • Portrait of men standing next to bicycles. Parade floats, women, and children can be seen in background. Reverse reads, "Fourth of July parade, Livingston, Montana. Assembling at Miles Park, foot of Main Street."
    • Cokedale, Montana

    • 1892
    • Portrait photography; Portraits, Group; Portraits--1890-1910; Ghost towns--Montana--History.
    • Portrait of men, women, and children in front of frame house and log stack building. Dirt street is visible in foreground, Wineglass Mountain Range visible in background.
    • Cooke City, Montana

    • 1883
    • Portrait photography; Portraits, Group; Cooke City Region (Mont.)--History.
    • Portrait of four men standing in front of the Republic Mining Company Office and silver smelter, Cooke City, Montana. Reverse identifies Chas Eaton and Mr. Vilas.
    • Electric, Montana

    • 1904
    • Portrait photography; Portraits, Group; Portraits--1900-1910; Ghost towns--Montana--History.
    • Portrait of men and woman standing atop tiered brick stall-style coke ovens. Reverse identifies Frank Lind, Davie Clockson, Robert Callon, and Maggie Callon. One worker is visible on the lower tier, two rail cars are visible to left. Photographer...
    • Elks Club Members at Second Street

    • 1912-06-06
    • Portrait photography; Portraits, Group; Portraits--1910-1920; Elks (Fraternal order)--History.
    • Portrait of men standing outside the Elks Lodge B.P.O.E. 246. Bottom reads, "G.W. Chamberlain E.R. [Exalted Ruler]- 1912- Lewis Terwilliger, Sec. [Secretary]." Livingston Enterprise June 6, 1912. It continued: ”About 50 members of Livingston Lodge...
    • 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.
    • Lulu Balinger, "Miss Liberty"

    • 1893
    • Portrait photography; Portraits--1890-1910; Independence Day (U.S.); Parade floats; Livingston (Mont.)--Social life and customs--Pictorial works.
    • Studio portrait of woman standing, holding American flag in left hand, wearing flowing dress that appears to be an American flag and crown. Reverse reads, "Lulu Ballinger "Miss Liberty" in 4th of July Celebrations."
    • Miss Maggie Callon- taken at Aldridge, Montana

    • 1897
    • Portrait photography; Portraits--1890-1910; Aldridge (Mont.)--History; Ghost towns--Montana--History.
    • Studio portrait of woman standing on hide rug, holding fan in right hand, left hand on willow chair. Reverse reads, “Miss Maggie Callon- taken at Aldridge, MT.”
    • Mrs. W.B. Judkins and Children.

    • 1900
    • Portrait photography; Portrait photography--Children; Portraits, Group; Portraits--1890-1910; Children--Montana--1890-1910.
    • Studio portrait of woman seated with two girls and one boy to her right, identified as Robert, Charlie, and Rene.
    • National Park Bank, Livingston, Montana

    • 1886
    • Portrait photography; Portraits, Group; Portraits--1880-1900; Architectural photography--United States--History--19th century; Livingston (Mont.).
    • Portrait of men standing outside the National Park Bank and Albermarle Hotel, taken from the northeast corner of Main Street and Park Street looking southwest.
    • Old Timers' Picnic

    • 1923-05-08
    • Portrait photography; Portraits, Group; Portraits--1920-1930; Cooke City Region (Mont.)--History.
    • Portrait of men in clearing with evergreens visible in background. Reverse reads, "August 5th, 1923, Cooke City at Old Timers' Picnic." Included are G.I. "Trapper" Gibson, Jack Ornsby, Gus Solomonson, Nick Tredennick, Frank Mather, John Curl, Sam...
    • Sixth and Seventh Grade at West Side School.

    • 1902
    • Portrait photography; Portrait photography--Children; Portraits, Group; Portraits--1890-1910; Children--Montana--1890-1910.
    • Sixth and seventh grade group portrait taken at front entrance of West Side School. Mrs. Bert Bliler, Clyde Park, is listed as teacher.
    • The Shogren Home at Cokedale, Montana

    • 1892
    • Portrait photography; Portraits, Group; Portraits--1890-1910; Ghost towns--Montana--History.
    • Portrait of group standing on porch of home. Reverse identifies Mr. and Mrs. Shogren and son Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Callon, and Frank Olson.
    • Woodmen of the World

    • 1910
    • Woodmen of the World Life Insurance Association; Fraternal insurance--United States; Group; Portraits--1890-1910; Livingston (Mont.)--Social life and customs--Pictorial works.
    • Group portrait of the Woodmen of the World, fraternal benefit society. All men are wearing badges, large tree stump at center with ax and wooden maul leaning against it. Included are George Wilkins, Andy Seburg, Mark Potter, Dan Frazer, Andy Potter.
    • Yellowstone Club at the Talcott-Miles House.

    • 1920
    • Portrait photography; Portraits, Group; Portraits--1920-1940; Women--Societies and clubs; Livingston (Mont.)--Social life and customs.
    • Portrait of women standing on steps in front of house. Reverse reads, "Yellowstone Club at Talcott- Miles House."

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