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Title: Sheep at the Stockyards, Livingston, Montana
Date: September 1938 
Location: Livingston, Montana
Photographer: Haberstroh, John C.
Description: Sheep at the stockyards in Livngston, Montana. The Harvat Ranch was the largest sheep ranch in SW Montana, with 60,000 sheep.
Format: image/jpeg
Source: John C. Haberstroh Collection
Rights: Copyright Museum of the Rockies
Catalog Number: 87.92.119 
Title: Moving Sheep to Stockyards, Paradise Valley, Montana
Date: September 1938 
Location: Paradise Valley, Montana
Photographer: Haberstroh, John C.
Description: Moving sheep to the stockyards south of Livingston, Montana. The Harvat Ranch was the largest sheep ranch in SW Montana, with 60,000 sheep.
Format: image/jpeg
Source: John C. Haberstroh Collection
Rights: Copyright Museum of the Rockies
Catalog Number: 87.92.183 
Title: Sheep Grazing in Mountain Meadow, Tom Minor Basin, Montana
Date: September 1938 
Location: Tom Minor Basin, Montana
Photographer: Haberstroh, John C.
Description: Sheep grazing in a mountain meadow, Tom Minor Basin, Montana. The Harvat Ranch was the largest sheep ranch in SW Montana, with 60,000 sheep.
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Source: John C. Haberstroh Collection
Rights: Copyright Museum of the Rockies
Catalog Number: 87.92.285 
Title: Moving Sheep to Lambing Camp, Harvat Flats, Livingston, Montana
Date: March 1939 
Location: Livingston, Montana
Photographer: Haberstroh, John C.
Description: Moving sheep to lambing camp, Harvat Flats, south of Livingston, Montana. The Harvat Ranch was the largest sheep ranch in SW Montana, with 60,000 sheep.
Format: image/jpeg
Source: John C. Haberstroh Collection
Rights: Copyright Museum of the Rockies
Catalog Number: 87.92.457 
Title: Moving Sheep to Lambing Camp, Harvat Flats, Near Livingston, Montana
Date: March 1939 
Location: Livingston, Montana
Photographer: Haberstroh, John C.
Description: Moving sheep to lambing camp at Harvat Flats south of Livingston, Montana. The Harvat Ranch was the largest sheep ranch in SW Montana, with 60,000 sheep.
Format: image/jpeg
Source: John C. Haberstroh Collection
Rights: Copyright Museum of the Rockies
Catalog Number: 87.92.459 
Title: Moving Sheep to Lambing Camp, Harvat Flats, Near Livingston, Montana
Date: March 1939 
Location: Livingston, Montana
Photographer: Haberstroh, John C.
Description: Moving sheep to Lambing Camp, Harvat Flats, south of Livingston, Montana. The Harvat Ranch was the largest sheep ranch in SW Montana, with 60,000 sheep.
Format: image/jpeg
Source: John C. Haberstroh Collection
Rights: Copyright Museum of the Rockies
Catalog Number: 87.92.461 
Title: Norris Spangler and Family, Harvat Ranch, Livingston, Montana
Date: May 1939 
Location: Livingston, Montana
Photographer: Haberstroh, John C.
Description: Norris Spangler and his family next to their wagon, playing guitar. Norris started working for the Harvats in 1925 and worked for them for 34 years. The Harvat Ranch was the largest sheep ranch in SW Montana, started in 1917.
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Source: John C. Haberstroh Collection
Rights: Copyright Museum of the Rockies
Catalog Number: 87.92.674 
Title: Norris Spangler and Lamb, Harvat Flats, Near Livingston, Montana
Date: May 4, 1939 
Location: Livingston, Montana
Photographer: Haberstroh, John C.
Description: Norris Spangler (1903-1983) worked for the Harvat Ranch for 34 years. The Harvat Ranch was the largest sheep ranch in SW Montana, with 60,000 sheep. Vintage photo.
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Source: John C. Haberstroh Collection
Rights: Copyright Museum of the Rockies
Catalog Number: 87.92.672 
Title: Splinting a Lamb, Livingston, Montana
Date: May 13, 1939 
Location: Livingston, Montana
Photographer: Haberstroh, John C.
Description: Splinting a lamb on the Harvat Ranch south of Livingston, Montana. The Harvat Ranch was the largest sheep ranch in SW Montana, with 60,000 sheep.
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Source: John C. Haberstroh Collection
Rights: Copyright Museum of the Rockies
Catalog Number: 87.92.20 
Title: Moving Sheep to Summer Pasture, Paradise Valley, Montana
Date: June 1939 
Location: Paradise Valley, Montana
Photographer: Haberstroh, John C.
Description: Moving sheep to summer pasture, on the Harvat Ranch, south of Livingston, Montana. The Harvat Ranch, built around 1917, was the largest sheep ranching operations in SW Montana, with more than 60,000 sheep.
Format: image/jpeg
Source: John C. Haberstroh Collection
Rights: Copyright Museum of the Rockies
Catalog Number: 87.92.198 

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