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Title: Sheep in Winter Corral, Harvat Ranch, Livingston, Montana
Date: January 1937 
Location: Livingston, Montana
Photographer: Haberstroh, John C.
Description: The Harvat Ranch was one of the largest sheep ranching operations in SW Montana with more than 60,000 sheep. The ranch was built about 1917. It was located south of Livingston.
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Source: John C. Haberstroh Collection
Rights: Copyright Museum of the Rockies
Catalog Number: 87.92.90 
Title: Edwin Harvat, Paint Branding, Harvat Ranch, Livingston, Montana
Date: June 1937 
Location: Livingston, Montana
Photographer: Haberstroh, John C.
Description: Edwin Harvat (1894-1970), son of John, Sr. and Elizabeth Harvat, branding the sheep with paint to designate which band the sheep was in. Each brand went to a different summer range. The Harvat Ranch was one of the largest sheep ranching operations in SW Montana with more than 60,000 sheep. The ranch was built about 1917. It was located south of Livingston.
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Source: John C. Haberstroh Collection
Rights: Copyright Museum of the Rockies
Catalog Number: 87.92.113 
Title: Wool Sack Nearly Full, Harvat Ranch, Livingston, Montana
Date: June 18, 1937 
Location: Livingston, Montana
Photographer: Haberstroh, John C.
Description: The Harvat Ranch was one of the largest sheep ranching operations in SW Montana with more than 60,000 sheep. The ranch was built about 1917. It was located south of Livingston. The sacks painted with an "H" and numbered and stored in a special room until hauled to the freight depot.
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Source: John C. Haberstroh Collection
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Catalog Number: 87.92.100 
Title: Shearing Crew at Work, Harvat Ranch, Livingston, Montana
Date: June 18, 1937 
Location: Livingston, Montana
Photographer: Haberstroh, John C.
Description: This is the Rathburn crew from California who would come and camp out in the fields. One of the men was Charlie Freeman, the world champion sheep shearer at the time. The Harvat Ranch was one of the largest sheep ranching operations in SW Montana with more than 60,000 sheep. The ranch was built about 1917. It was located south of Livingston.
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Source: John C. Haberstroh Collection
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Catalog Number: 87.92.95 
Title: Shearing Crew at Work, Harvat Ranch, Livingston, Montana
Date: June 18, 1937 
Location: Livingston, Montana
Photographer: Haberstroh, John C.
Description: One of the Rathburn crew from California who would come and camp out in the fields. The Harvat Ranch was one of the largest sheep ranching operations in SW Montana with more than 60,000 sheep. The ranch was built about 1917. It was located south of Livingston.
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Source: John C. Haberstroh Collection
Rights: Copyright Museum of the Rockies
Catalog Number: 87.92.98 
Title: Marion Martin Bagging Wool, Harvat Ranch, Livingston, Montana
Date: June 18, 1937 
Location: Livingston, Montana
Photographer: Haberstroh, John C.
Description: Marion Martin (1892-1975) rolling fleeces and bagging them in one of the plants. The Harvat Ranch was one of the largest sheep ranching operations in SW Montana with more than 60,000 sheep. The ranch was built about 1917. It was located south of Livingston.
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Source: John C. Haberstroh Collection
Rights: Copyright Museum of the Rockies
Catalog Number: 87.92.99 
Title: Sheep Grazing on Mountainside, Head of Colley Creek, Paradise Valley, Montana
Date: August 1937 
Location: Paradise Valley, Montana
Photographer: Haberstroh, John C.
Description: The Harvat Ranch was one of the largest sheep ranching operations in SW Montana with more than 60,000 sheep. The ranch was built about 1917. It was located south of Livingston.
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Source: John C. Haberstroh Collection
Rights: Copyright Museum of the Rockies
Catalog Number: 87.92.280 
Title: Pack String by Cabin, Mill Creek, Montana
Date: August 1937 
Location: Mill Creek, Montana
Photographer: Haberstroh, John C.
Description: The Harvat Ranch was one of the largest sheep ranching operations in SW Montana with more than 60,000 sheep. The ranch was built about 1917. It was located south of Livingston. Mill Creek was one of the summer ranges for their sheep.
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Source: John C. Haberstroh Collection
Rights: Copyright Museum of the Rockies
Catalog Number: 87.92.339 
Title: Johnie Hankins and Edwin Harvat with Pack String, Paradise Valley, Montana
Date: August 1937 
Location: Paradise Valley, Montana
Photographer: Haberstroh, John C.
Description: Johnie Hankins (1894-1985) and Edwin Harvat (1894-1970) with pack string at Mill Creek in the Paradise Valley, Montana. Edwin was the son of John H., Sr., and Elizabeth Harvat. Vintage 5x7 in. neg.
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Source: John C. Haberstroh Collection
Rights: Copyright Museum of the Rockies
Catalog Number: 87.92.352 
Title: Ridge Camp at Windy Pass, Mill Creek, Montana
Date: August 1937 
Location: Mill Creek, Montana
Photographer: Haberstroh, John C.
Description: The Harvat Ranch was one of the largest sheep ranching operations in SW Montana with more than 60,000 sheep. The ranch was built about 1917. It was located south of Livingston. Mill Creek was one of the summer ranges for their sheep.
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Source: John C. Haberstroh Collection
Rights: Copyright Museum of the Rockies
Catalog Number: 87.92.525 

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