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Title: Setting Up the Camp Tent, 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. Mill Creek was one of the summer ranges for the sheep.
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Source: John C. Haberstroh Collection
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Catalog Number: 87.92.530 
Title: Paul Harvat and 4,000 Hampshire Lambs, Stockyards, Livingston, Montana
Date: September 1937 
Location: Livingston, Montana
Photographer: Haberstroh, John C.
Description: Paul Harvat (1891-1960) with 4,000 Hampshire Lambs in the stockyards at Livingston, Montana. Paul was the son of John H. Sr., and Elizabeth Harvat. 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. Vintage 5x7 in. neg.
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Source: John C. Haberstroh Collection
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Catalog Number: 87.92.127 
Title: Sheep at Stockyard, Livingston, Montana
Date: September 1937 
Location: Livingston, Montana
Photographer: Haberstroh, John C.
Description: Marion Martin (1892-1975) standing in flock of Harvat Ranch sheep in the stockyard, Livingston, Montana. Vintage 3.5x5.5 in. copy negative.
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Source: John C. Haberstroh Collection
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Catalog Number: 87.92.132 
Title: Loading Sheep at Stockyard, Livingston, Montana
Date: September 1937 
Location: Livingston, Montana
Photographer: Haberstroh, John C.
Description: Five men, one of whom is most likely Marion Martin (1892-1975), loading Harvat Ranch sheep at the stockyard, Livingston, Montana. Vintage 5.5x3.5 in. negative.
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Source: John C. Haberstroh Collection
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Catalog Number: 87.92.135 
Title: James "Jamie" Adams Moving Sheep to Stockyards, Paradise Valley, Montana
Date: September 1937 
Location: Paradise Valley, Montana
Photographer: Haberstroh, John C.
Description: James "Jamie" Adams (1918-1983) moving sheep to stockyards, holding the bellwether sheep in the lead. 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: 87.92.158 
Title: Harvat Ranch Sheep at the Emigrant Bridge, Paradise Valley, Montana
Date: September 10, 1937 
Location: Paradise Valley, Montana
Photographer: Haberstroh, John C.
Description: Harvat Ranch sheep at the Emigrant bridge along the Yellowstone River, Paradise Valley, Montana. Vintage 5.5x3.5 in. negative.
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Source: John C. Haberstroh Collection
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Catalog Number: 87.92.171 
Title: Loading Sheep at Stockyards, Livingston, Montana
Date: September 16, 1937 
Location: Livingston, Montana
Photographer: Haberstroh, John C.
Description: Sheep from the Harvat Ranch being loaded at the stockyards in 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
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Catalog Number: 87.92.136 
Title: Loading Sheep onto Railroad Cars, Railroad Stockyard, Livingston, Montana
Date: September 16, 1937 
Location: Livingston, Montana
Photographer: Haberstroh, John C.
Description: Sheep from the Harvat Ranch south of Livingston, Montana, being loaded onto railroad cars. The Harvat Ranch was the largest sheep ranch in SW Montana, with 60,000 sheep.
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Source: John C. Haberstroh Collection
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Catalog Number: 87.92.140 
Title: Lambing at the Harvat Ranch, Livingston, Montana
Date: May 1938 
Location: Livingston, Montana
Photographer: Haberstroh, John C.
Description: Unidentified man holding shepherd's crook with ewe, lamb, and dog in foreground. A flock of sheep are lying on the ground in the background, Livingston, Montana. Vintage 3.5x5.5 in. negative.
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Source: John C. Haberstroh Collection
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Catalog Number: 87.92.52 
Title: Paul Harvat and Norris Spangler Docking Tails, Harvat Ranch, Livingston, Montana
Date: May 1938 
Location: Livingston, Montana
Photographer: Haberstroh, John C.
Description: Paul Harvat (1891-1960) and Norris Spangler (1903-1983) docking tails at the Harvat Ranch in Livingston, Montana. Paul was the son of John H. Sr., and Elizabeth Harvat. Norris started working for the Harvats in 1925 and worked for them for 34 years. Vintage 5x7 in. neg.
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Source: John C. Haberstroh Collection
Rights: Copyright restrictions available from the Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
Catalog Number: 87.92.61 

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