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    • Chief Little Head, Crow.

    • 1883
    • Little Head (Crow Indian); Crow Indians.
    • Vintage negative number : 1497[A]; 2857; 1497[B]; 2858.; Portrait of Indian seated in front of painted background. Holding rifle in fringed case, slanted over his left shoulder. Rifle case across lap in second image.
    • Dixon Starting on His Famous Trip Across the Rockies

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    • Montana State Fair - Cromwell Dixon
    • 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...
    • Fairy Glen, Lake McDonald, The

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    • Glacier National Park;
    • Branch across stream in foreground; 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...
    • Flathead River Upstream from Belton.

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    • Rivers--Montana.; Picture frames enclosure; Flathead River (B.C. and Mont.)
    • Wooden frame painted bronze. Landscape view from one shore across Flathead River. Photographed, colored, framed, and sold by R.E. Marble of The Marble Studio in Belton, Montana.
    • Lake McDonald.

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    • Picture frames enclosure; Glacier National Park (Mont.); McDonald, Lake (Mont.)
    • Wooden frame painted brown and gold. Photograph taken from one side of Lake McDonald across water to opposite shore of lake lined with trees and rocky mountains. Photographed, colored, framed, and sold by R.E. Marble of The Marble Studio in Belton,...
    • Marsh Barret.

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    • Barrett, Marsh.; Mules--Montana.
    • Marsh Barret seated on black mule holding rifle across saddle, halter leading a pack mule behind him loaded with camping supplies and two rifles; two dogs on ground.; Eastern Montana. Rifle Barret holds is identified as an 1894 carbine.
    • Portrait of infant.

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    • Embossed cardboard over wood case, design of mixed flower bouquet centered inside oval. Lock of hair and ribbon pinned to velvet inside case. Mat reads: "Cooke and Emerson's R Patent applied for/Providence, R.I." Has decorative metal preserver....
    • Portrait of man in chair with book.

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    • Books and reading.
    • Uncased. Has mat, cover glass, and decorative scalloped preserver. Full portrait of bearded man wearing wide brimmed hat, seated in chair with one leg over an arm of chair and holding book in one hand across leg.
    • Portrait of man.

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    • Anchors.
    • Leather case embossed with flower design inside 12 point figure. Has decorated preserver showing oval image. Upper body portrait of bearded man with hand across chest, ring on little finger; possibly captain of ship. Buttons and anchor-shaped...
    • Portrait of woman.

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    • Case embossed with decorative pattern. Has decorated preserver showing oval image. Mat reads: "Scovill Mfg. Co. Superior". Upper body portrait of unidentified woman seated with hands across lap; brooch highlighted with gold paint.
    • Portrait of woman.

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    • Hinged thermoplastic case. Mat reads: "Patented Dec. 24, 1861" Label pasted inside reads: "Littlefield, Parsons & Co., Manufacturers of Daguerreotype Cases...Patented October 14, 1856, and April 21, 1857" Upper body portrait of woman seated with...
    • Portrait of young girl.

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    • Uncased. Has mat, cover glass, and scalloped preserver showing oval image.; Upper body portrait of young girl wearing necklace and dress, arms folded across her body.
    • Risky Business, but There Was No Other Way.

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    • Missoula (Mont.) - Flood
    • People walking across damaged bridge dig print of damaged copy; 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...

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