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Title: Lois & Ruth Smith, children of Rev. Robert P. Smith
Date: ca 1900 
Location: Dillon, Montana
Photographer: Weenink, Dillon
Description: Lois & Ruth Smith, children of Rev. Robert P. & Jennie Patrick Smith. Vintage 6x7.5 in. cardstock print.
Format: image/jpeg
Source: Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
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Catalog Number: x85.3.661 
Title: Giant Cedars in Glacier National Park, Montana
Date: ca 1900 
Location: Glacier National Park, Montana
Photographer: Forsyth, N.A.
Description: Two people standing next to the giant cedars in Glacier National Park. Vintage 7x3.5 in. stereograph.
Format: image/jpeg
Source: Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
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Catalog Number: x85.3.943 
Title: Entrance to Morrison Cave, Jefferson County, Montana
Date: ca 1900s 
Location: Jefferson County, Montana
Photographer: Forsyth, N.A.
Description: Man standing in the entrance to Morrison Cave, part of the Lewis and Clark Caverns, located near Three Forks in Jefferson County. The cave was developed for tours in 1900 by Dan Morrison. Man standing in the entrance may be Morrison. Stereograph card. Vintage 7x3.5 in.
Format: image/jpeg
Source: Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
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Catalog Number: x91.2.83 
Title: Grand Cathedral, Morrison Cave, Jefferson County, Montana
Date: ca 1900s 
Location: Jefferson County, Montana
Photographer: Forsyth, N.A.
Description: Limestone formations in the Grand Cathedral, Morrison Cave, Lewis and Clark Caverns. The caves were first developed for tours in 1900 by Dan Morrison. Stereograph card. Vintage 7x3.5 in.
Format: image/jpeg
Source: Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
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Catalog Number: x91.2.84 
Title: Lunch Time in Morrison Cave, Jefferson County, Montana
Date: ca 1900s 
Location: Jefferson County, Montana
Photographer: Forsyth, N.A.
Description: Visitors stopping for lunch in Morrison Cave, Lewis and Clark Caverns. Stereograph card. Vintage 7x3.5 in.
Format: image/jpeg
Source: Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
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Catalog Number: x91.2.95 
Title: Randall Family at Mammoth, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
Date: ca 1901 
Location: Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
Photographer: Haynes, F. Jay
Description: Randall Family: James Norris (Dick) Randall (1867-1957), Mrs. James (Dora Rosebourough) Randall (1870-1967), Elizabeth (Bessie) Randall, Gay (L.W.) Randall. William (W.S.) Vinson (dude) (1866-1942) from Ottumwa, Iowa, standing in the middle. The Randall family owned the OTO Ranch, first dude ranch in Montana. Pretty Dick, as he was called, also drove the stagecoach for the Yellowstone Park Touring Company. Vintage print 7x5 in.
Format: image/jpeg
Source: Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
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Catalog Number: 88.76.77 
Title: Mrs. Elizabeth Wylie, Mrs. Bill Lockhart, Mrs. Tom Michener, Margaret Michener
Date: ca 1901 
Location: Unknown, Montana
Photographer: Unknown Photographer
Description: Four generation portrait: Mrs. Elizabeth Wylie (1822-1902), mother of William Wylie, Wylie Permanent Camp Company in Yellowstone Park. Mrs. Isabelle Wylie Lockhart (1850-1918), daughter of Elizabeth Wylie, and wife of William Lockhart. Mrs. Mary Elizabeth "Mamie" Lockhart Michener (1867-1950), daughter of Isabelle Lockhart and wife of Thomas Michener. They owned a guest ranch camp near Karst Camp in the Gallatin Canyon. Margaret Michener (1899-1995), daughter of Elizabeth and Thomas Michener. Margaret married Ray Kelly in 1918. Vintage 7x5 in. print.
Format: image/jpeg
Source: Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
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Catalog Number: x84.4.336 
Title: Campers at Hell Roaring Creek, Gallatin Canyon, Montana
Date: 1901 
Location: Gallatin Canyon, Montana
Photographer: Unknown Photographer
Description: Campers at Hell Roaring Creek, Gallatin Canyon, Montana. Oyler, Ferris, Cooper, Dier. 6.5x4.5 in. copy print
Format: image/jpeg
Source: Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
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Catalog Number: x85.2.309 
Title: Frank L. Benepe
Date: ca 1901 
Location: Bozeman, Montana
Photographer: Unknown Photographer
Description: Frank L. Benepe (1851-1935), owned grain and stock ranch in Gallatin Valley, raising Hereford cattle. Mayor of Bozeman for 2 terms. (2 items) 4.5x7 in. copy print
Format: image/jpeg
Source: Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
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Catalog Number: x85.3.116 
Title: Mrs. Alfe (Horace) Elling, Virginia City, Montana
Date: ca 1901 
Location: Virginia City, Montana
Photographer: Dowe, O. L.
Description: Mrs. Alfe (Horace) Elling (1882- ), Virginia City, Montana. Horace was the son of Henry and Mary Elling; in 1876 Henry was one of the wealthiest men in Montana. The Elling House is now an historical building in Virginia City. Vintage 7x9 in. print
Format: image/jpeg
Source: Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
Rights: Copyright restrictions available from the Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
Catalog Number: x85.3.472 

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