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Title: Threshing Hay, Unknown Location, Montana
Date: ca 1900 
Location: Unknown, Montana
Photographer: Rice, Henry Martin
Description: Group of men with horses cutting and threshing hay, probably using a beaverslide. This device stacks the hay on wooden poles and planks to store in loose piles. unknown location, Montana. Vintage 5.5x3.5 in. post card.
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Source: Rice Family Archive, Credit Line: Courtesy of the Rice Family Archive
Rights: Copyright restrictions available from the Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
Catalog Number: 2017.4.21 
Title: Helen Louise Needham Rice, Deer Lodge, Montana
Date: ca 1901 
Location: Deer Lodge, Montana
Photographer: Elliott, Deer Lodge, Montana
Description: Portrait of Helen Louise Needham Rice (1851-1905), wife of photographer Henry Martin Rice, possibly 50 years old, Deer Lodge, Montana. Vintage 4.25x6.5 in. Cabinet Card.
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Source: Rice Family Archive, Credit Line: Courtesy of the Rice Family Archive
Rights: Copyright restrictions available from the Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
Catalog Number: 2017.4.88 
Title: Baby Portrait of Ralph H. Potter, Bozeman, Montana
Date: ca 1902 
Location: Bozeman, Montana
Photographer: Schlechten Bros.
Description: Baby portrait of Ralph H. Potter (1902- ), son of George and Helena Rice Potter, grandson of photographer Henry Martin Rice, Bozeman, Montana. Birthdate May 8, 1902. Vintage 5x7.25 in. Cabinet Card.
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Catalog Number: 2017.4.81 
Title: Public School and Church, Logan, Montana
Date: 1908 
Location: Logan, Montana
Photographer: Rice, Henry Martin
Description: Public school and church, Logan, Montana. Logan is on the Gallatin River and was established as a railroad station for the Northern Pacific. The town was originally named Canyon House, but changed to Logan in honor of Captain Logan who died at the Battle of the Big Hole. Vintage 5.5x3.5 in. post card, two copies.
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Catalog Number: 2017.4.15 
Title: Residence Street, Logan, Montana
Date: 1908 
Location: Logan, Montana
Photographer: Rice, Henry Martin
Description: Residence Street, Logan, Montana. Logan is on the Gallatin River and was established as a railroad station for the Northern Pacific. The town was originally named Canyon House, but changed to Logan in honor of Captain Logan who died at the Battle of the Big Hole. Vintage 5.5x3.5 in. post card.
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Source: Rice Family Archive, Credit Line: Courtesy of the Rice Family Archive
Rights: Copyright restrictions available from the Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
Catalog Number: 2017.4.16 
Title: Main Street Businesses, Logan, Montana
Date: 1908 
Location: Logan, Montana
Photographer: Rice, Henry Martin
Description: Main Street businesses in Logan, Montana. The Downing Hotel, a Bakery, and a Saloon with Flynn and Co. signs are shown. Logan is on the Gallatin River and was established as a railroad station for the Northern Pacific. The town was originally named Canyon House, but changed to Logan in honor of Captain William Logan who died at the Battle of the Big Hole. Vintage 5.5x3.5 in. post card.
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Source: Rice Family Archive, Credit Line: Courtesy of the Rice Family Archive
Rights: Copyright restrictions available from the Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
Catalog Number: 2017.4.17 
Title: Aerial View of Logan, Montana
Date: 1908 
Location: Logan, Montana
Photographer: Rice, Henry Martin
Description: Aerial view of Logan, Montana, with railroad and depot and Gallatin River. Logan was established as a railroad station for the Northern Pacific. The town was originally named Canyon House, but changed to Logan in honor of Captain William Logan who died at the Battle of the Big Hole. Vintage 5.5x3.5 in. post card.
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Source: Rice Family Archive, Credit Line: Courtesy of the Rice Family Archive
Rights: Copyright restrictions available from the Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
Catalog Number: 2017.4.18 
Title: Trident Cement Plant Housing for Workers, Trident, Montana
Date: 1908 
Location: Trident, Montana
Photographer: Rice, Henry Martin
Description: Trident Cement Plant housing for workers. There is a horse and buggy in front of one of the houses. it was originally called Three Fork Portland Cement Co., then Holnam, now Holcim. The cement was used for some local area dams, including Holter, Fort Peck, and Polson Dam. Vintage 5.5x3.5 in. post card.
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Source: Rice Family Archive, Credit Line: Courtesy of the Rice Family Archive
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Catalog Number: 2017.4.19 
Title: Railroad Bridge Over the Missouri River at Lombard, Montana
Date: 1911 
Location: Lombard, Montana
Photographer: Rice, Henry Martin
Description: View of town and railroad bridge over the Missouri River at Lombard, Montana. Lombard was established in 1895 as the western terminus of the Montana Railroad and its interchange with Northern Pacific Railway. The town was named for A.G. Lombard, the chief engineer of the Montana Railroad. It is a ghost town today. Vintage 5.5x3.5 in. post card.
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Source: Rice Family Archive, Credit Line: Courtesy of the Rice Family Archive
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Catalog Number: 2017.4.14 
Title: Marriage Portrait of Elmo Arthur Rice and Ella Mae (Darlington) Rice, Helena, Montana
Date: March 1, 1911 
Location: Helena, Montana
Photographer: Sproule Studio
Description: Marriage portrait of Elmo Arthur Rice (1879-1964) and Ella Mae Darlington (1885-1958). Marriage took place on March 1, 1911 in Helena, Montana. Vintage 6.75x10.75 Imperial Cabinet Card.
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Source: Rice Family Archive, Credit Line: Courtesy of the Rice Family Archive
Rights: Copyright restrictions available from the Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
Catalog Number: 2017.4.79 

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