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Title: Keppler Cascade, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
Date: 1901 
Location: Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
Photographer: Underwood and Underwood
Description: Keppler Falls, one of the gems of Yellowstone is now called Keppler Cascade and is a waterfall on the Firehole River about two miles south of Old Faithful in Yellowstone Park. Keppler was named by the Philetus Norris, the Park's Superintendent, in 1881 for the son of the Wyoming territorial Governor, John Hoyt.
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Source: Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
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Catalog Number: x85.3.869 
Title: Gus Olson Liquor Store, Livingston, Montana
Date: ca 1902 
Location: Livingston, Montana
Photographer: Unknown Photographer
Description: Gus Olsen Liquor Store, Livingston, Montana. Shows sign for "John Robinson's 10 Big Shows," the oldest traveling circus in the US. 4x5 in. copy print, 4x5 in. copy negative.
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Source: Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
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Catalog Number: 83.76.17 
Title: Julius Lehrkind, Herman Lehrkind and Lena Lambach Lehrkind, Bozeman, Montana
Date: ca 1902 
Location: Bozeman, Montana
Photographer: Unknown Photographer
Description: Julius Lehrkind (1843-1922), Herman Lehrkind (1900-1993) and Lena Lambach Lehrkind (Julius 2nd wife), (1863-1924), Bozeman, Montana. The Lehrkind Brewery was a significant purchaser for barley, which was a successful crop in the Gallatin Valley after the 1890s. Vintage 5x7 in. copy print, 4x5 in. copy negative.
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Catalog Number: 83.76.7 
Title: Portrait of Edward Morgan Gardner, Bozeman, Montana
Date: ca 1902 
Location: Bozeman, Montana
Photographer: Unknown Photographer
Description: Edward Morgan Gardner (1842-1910), founded Waite and Company in 1880, Bozeman, Montana. It was an insurance and realty firm. Edward's daughter, Mary, was the wife of P.C. Waite. Vintage 3.5x4.5 in. print, 4x5 in. copy negative
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Source: Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
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Catalog Number: 83.98.5 
Title: Bridge In Lower West Gallatin Canyon, Gallatin Range, Montana
Date: 1902 
Location: Gallatin Canyon, Montana
Photographer: Unknown Photographer
Description: Bridge in lower West Gallatin Canyon, Gallatin Range, looking north. Vintage 6.5x8.5 in. glass plate negative, 9x8 in. print.
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Source: Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
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Catalog Number: 84.58.4 
Title: West Gallatin River Looking North from Taylors Fork, Gallatin Canyon, Montana
Date: 1902 
Location: Gallatin Canyon, Montana
Photographer: Unknown Photographer
Description: West Gallatin River looking north from Taylor's Fork, Gallatin Canyon, south of Bozeman, Montana. Vintage 6x8 in. glass plate negative.
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Catalog Number: 84.58.5 
Title: Tinsley Family Camping, Willow Creek, Montana
Date: ca 1902 
Location: Willow Creek, Montana
Photographer: Unknown Photographer
Description: Tinsley Family camping: (back row) Martha Brooke, Gladys Hindman, Lon Hale, Charlie Green (1865-1914), Quiteria Tinsley (1870-1958); (front row) Aunt Maude Tinsley (1870-1927), Uncle Bazel (Baz) Tinsley (1869-1943), Clarence Holt (1892-1967), Aunt Lucy Tinsley, Nellie Holt, Harry Holt, Yaller the dog. Vintage 5x4 in. print, 4x5 in. copy negative.
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Catalog Number: 87.20.16 
Title: Holt, Tinsley and Green Family Camping Group, Willow Creek, Montana
Date: ca 1902 
Location: Willow Creek, Montana
Photographer: Unknown Photographer
Description: Family gathering around the tents. Nellie Holt and Clarence Charles Holt (1892-1967) on horses. No indication of who is standing or sitting in this photo. The rest of the family: Charles Henry Green (1865-1914), husband of Quiteria Tinsley Green (1870-1958), Nell Hogan (1874-1954), Martin Hogan (1861-1933), Lon Hale, Harry Holt (1891-1907), Aunt Maude Tinsley (1870-1927), wife of Uncle Bazel Tinsley (1869-1943), son of Joseph and Martha, and Aunt Lucy. Vintage 5x4 in. copy print, 4x5 in. copy negative.
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Catalog Number: 87.20.5 
Title: General View of Columbia Gardens, Butte, Montana
Date: ca 1902 
Location: Butte, Montana
Photographer: Forsyth, N.A.
Description: General view of Columbia Gardens in Butte. William Clark, one of the copper magnates, built it for the children of Butte. There were roller coasters, merry-go-round, giant swings, playgrounds and a pavillion. Vintage 7x3.5 in. stereograph.
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Catalog Number: x85.2.746 
Title: General View of Columbia Gardens in Butte, Montana
Date: ca 1902 
Location: Butte, Montana
Photographer: Forsyth, N.A.
Description: General view of Columbia Gardens, a play area in Butte, built by copper magnate William Clark for the children of Butte. It had a pavilion, giant swings, a playground, merry-go-round, roller coaster, and a zoo. He named it Columbia because the area was discovered in 1876, the same year Philadelphia held the Columbia Centennial. Vintage 7x3.5 in. stereograph.
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Source: Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
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Catalog Number: x85.2.747 

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