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Title: The Richest Hill on Earth, Smelters, Butte, Montana Territory
Date: ca 1880s 
Location: Butte, Montana Territory
Photographer: Forsyth, N.A.
Description: View of Smelters in the background, Butte, Montana. Foreground is a view of downtown Vintage 7x3 in. stereograph.
Format: image/jpeg
Source: Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
Rights: Copyright restrictions available from the Museum of the Rockies Photo Archives
Catalog Number: x85.2.607 
Title: Black Bear Making A Speech at Sun Dance, Unknown Location
Date: 1890-1911 
Location: Unknown, Wyoming
Photographer: Forsyth, N.A.
Description: Chief Black Bear making a speech at a Sun Dance Ceremony, which is a religious ceremony with many protocals and dances and songs. Many other Arapaho men are sitting on the left dressed in their dress regalia. He was an Arapaho Chief, Wyoming reservation. Vintage 7x3.5 in. stereograph. (Also see x85.2.751)
Format: image/jpeg
Source: Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
Rights: Copyright restrictions available from the Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
Catalog Number: 85.26.33 
Title: Miners Ready to go Down Original Mine, Butte, Montana
Date: 1890-1911 
Location: Butte, Montana
Photographer: Forsyth, N.A.
Description: Large group of miners standing in front of mine, ready to go down the Original Mine to work. Vintage 7x3.5 in. stereograph 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: x85.2.575 
Title: Bringing In the Copper Ore, Senator Clarks Stewart Mine, Butte, Montana
Date: 1890-1911 
Location: Butte, Montana
Photographer: Forsyth, N.A.
Description: Bringing in the copper ore. Senator Clarks Stewart Mine, also known as the Steward Mine, was one of the deepest and most productive mines from 1890 until its closure in 1973. This depicts some of the working conditions for the miners. Vintage 7x3.5 in. stereograph 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: x85.2.577 
Title: Drills At Work 1,900 Feet Under Butte, Montana
Date: 1890-1911 
Location: Butte, Montana
Photographer: Forsyth, N.A.
Description: Men using drills in the mines under Butte, 1,900 feet down. This depicts some of the working conditions for the miners. Vintage 7x3.5 in. stereograph card.
Format: image/jpeg
Source: Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
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Catalog Number: x85.2.582 
Title: Train Load of Copper Ore Going to Washoe Smelters, Butte, Montana
Date: 1890-1911 
Location: Butte, Montana
Photographer: Forsyth, N.A.
Description: Train load of copper ore going to the Anaconda Washoe smelters from Butte. Mining equipment on the right and in the background. The Washoe smelter was built and opened July 18, 1900. Vintage 7x3.5 in. stereograph 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: x85.2.585 
Title: The Richest Hill on Earth, Butte, Montana
Date: 1890-1911 
Location: Butte, Montana
Photographer: Forsyth, N.A.
Description: The richest hill on earth - mining in Butte. In 1890, the population of Butte was 24,000 and in 1920, the population had peaked at 60,000. Vintage 7x3.5 in. stereograph 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: x85.2.586 
Title: Boston and Montana Band in Parade, Elks Day, Butte, Montana
Date: 1890-1911 
Location: Butte, Montana
Photographer: Forsyth, N.A.
Description: Boston and Montana bands in parade for Elks Day in Butte. People watching the parade standing on both sides of the street. Vintage 7x3.5 in. stereograph 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: x85.2.621 
Title: In the Village of Blackfeet Indians near St. Marys Lake, Glacier National Park, Montana
Date: 1890-1911 
Location: Glacier National Park, Montana
Photographer: Forsyth, N.A.
Description: Two members of the Blackfeet tribe standing near the tipis, one standing in the doorway. In the background is Glacier National Park. Vintage 7x3.5 in. stereograph card.
Format: image/jpeg
Source: Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
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Catalog Number: x85.2.641 
Title: The Real American and the Simple Life, Flathead Reservation, Montana
Date: 1890-1911 
Location: Flathead Indian Reservation, Montana
Photographer: Forsyth, N.A.
Description: Members of the Flathead Indian tribe camping near a lake, tipi in the foreground. Vintage 7x3.5 in. stereograph 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: x85.2.642 

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