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Title: Tourists and Bears at Garbage Dump, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
Date: ca 1910 
Location: Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
Photographer: Unknown Photographer
Description: Tourists and Bears at Garbage Dump, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. Vintage 8x12 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: 92.41.2 
Title: Leora Hapner Home, 202 S. Church, Bozeman, Montana
Date: 1910 
Location: Bozeman, Montana
Photographer: Hapner, Leora
Description: Leora Hapner home, 700 S. Church, Bozeman, Montana. Leora Hapner was head of the education and psychology department at MSU from 1932-47. Hapner Hall was named after her. Vintage 5x3 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: x58.4.148 
Title: Fred E. Ainger, Bozeman, Montana
Date: 1910 
Location: Bozeman, Montana
Photographer: Hapner, Leora
Description: Fred E. Ainger (1868-1936), Gallatin National Forest Ranger, starting in 1906, lived at the base of the Bridger Mountains. Ainger Lake in the Bridger Mountains was named for him. Vintage 5x2.5 in. print
Format: image/jpeg
Source: Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
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Catalog Number: x58.4.52 
Title: Fred E. Ainger, Bozeman, Montana
Date: 1910 
Location: Bozeman, Montana
Photographer: Hapner, Leora
Description: Fred E. Ainger (1868-1936), Gallatin National Forest Ranger, starting in 1906, lived at the base of the Bridger Mountains. Ainger Lake in the Bridger Mountains was named for him. Vintage 5x2.5 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: x58.4.53 
Title: Imasees, aka Little Bear, Chief of the Cree, Unknown Location
Date: ca 1910-1920 
Location: Unknown,
Photographer: Unknown Photographer
Description: Imasees, aka Little Bear, Chief of the Cree, led tribes to Montana, lived on the Rocky Boy Agency near Havre. He died in 1921. He was also an Indian model used by Charlie Russell in his paintings. Vintage 8x10 in. print, 4x5 in. copy negative.
Format: image/jpeg
Source: Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
Rights: Copyright restrictions available from the Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
Catalog Number: x71.7.52 
Title: Sweet Pea Parade Entry, Sweet Pea Festival, Bozeman, Montana
Date: ca 1910 
Location: Bozeman, Montana
Photographer: Schlechten Bros.
Description: Horse drawn parade float, Sweet Pea Parade, Bozeman, Montana. Vintage 3.5x5.5 in. post card
Format: image/jpeg
Source: Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
Rights: Copyright restrictions available from the Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
Catalog Number: x78.30.1 
Title: Sweet Pea Parade Entry, Sweet Pea Festival, Bozeman, Montana
Date: ca 1910 
Location: Bozeman, Montana
Photographer: Schlechten Bros.
Description: Horse drawn parade float, Sweet Pea Parade, Bozeman, Montana. Vintage 3.5x5.5 in. post card
Format: image/jpeg
Source: Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
Rights: Copyright restrictions available from the Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
Catalog Number: x78.30.2 
Title: Montana Hall and Chemistry Buildings, Montana State Agricultural College, Bozeman, Montana
Date: ca 1910 
Location: Bozeman, Montana
Photographer: Schlechten Bros.
Description: Montana Hall and Chemistry Buildings, Montana State Agricultural College, Bozeman, Montana. Chemistry building was destroyed by fire in 1911. Vintage 3.5x5.5 in. postcard.
Format: image/jpeg
Source: Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
Rights: Copyright restrictions available from the Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
Catalog Number: x78.30.27 
Title: Horse-Drawn MAC Float in the Sweet Pea Parade, Bozeman, Montana
Date: ca 1910 
Location: Bozeman, Montana
Photographer: Schlechten Bros.
Description: Horse-drawn Sweet Pea float in the parade in Bozeman, Montana. On the side are the letters "MAC". Vintage 3.5x5.5 in. postcard.
Format: image/jpeg
Source: Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
Rights: Copyright restrictions available from the Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
Catalog Number: x78.30.3 
Title: Sweet Pea Parade Entry, Sweet Pea Festival, Bozeman, Montana
Date: ca 1910 
Location: Bozeman, Montana
Photographer: Schlechten Bros.
Description: Horse-drawn cart with a woman and child in a parade float, Sweet Pea Parade, Bozeman, Montana. Vintage 3.5x5.5 in. postcard.
Format: image/jpeg
Source: Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
Rights: Copyright restrictions available from the Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
Catalog Number: x78.30.4 

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