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Title: John Haberstroh at Chico, Montana
Date: August 1918 
Location: Chico, Montana
Photographer: Haberstroh, John C.
Description: John Haberstroh (1878-1961) photographer, came to Montana in 1900. His sister, Elizabeth Haberstroh Harvat was the wife of John Harvat, who owned a sheep ranch in the Paradise Valley, Montana. It was one of the largest sheep ranching operations in SW Montana, with more than 60,000 sheep. He began making photographs in1915 and successfully created photographs for the next 30 years. Vintage 4x5 in. negative, 4x5 in. copy neg.
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Source: Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
Rights: Copyright restrictions available from the Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
Catalog Number: 87.92.822 
Title: John H. Harvat, Sr., Bozeman, Montana
Date: 1919 
Location: Bozeman, Montana
Photographer: Haberstroh, John C.
Description: John H. Harvat, Sr. (1860-1919). Harvat Ranch, in Paradise Valley, was one of the largest sheep ranching operations in SW Montana, with more than 60,000 sheep. Vintage 7.5x8 in. print, 4x5 in. copy neg.
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Source: Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
Rights: Copyright restrictions available from the Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
Catalog Number: 94.23.1 
Title: Mrs. Elizabeth Haberstroh Harvat, Bozeman, Montana
Date: 1919 
Location: Bozeman, Montana
Photographer: Haberstroh, John C.
Description: Mrs. Elizabeth Haberstroh Harvat (1866-1934), wife of John H. Harvat, Sr. (1860-1919). Harvat Ranch, in Paradise Valley, was one of the largest sheep ranching operations in SW Montana, with more than 60,000 sheep. The ranch is now on the Historical Register. Vintage 6.5x8.5 in. print, 4x5 in. copy neg.
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Source: Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
Rights: Copyright restrictions available from the Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
Catalog Number: 94.23.2 
Title: Supply Wagon, Harvat Ranch, Livingston, Montana
Date: 1920 
Location: Livingston, Montana
Photographer: Haberstroh, John C.
Description: The Harvat Ranch was one of the largest sheep ranching operations in SW Montana with more than 60,000 sheep. The ranch was built about 1917.
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Source: John C. Haberstroh Collection
Rights: Copyright Museum of the Rockies
Catalog Number: 87.92.558 
Title: Old Albert, Herder, Harvat Ranch, Livingston, Montana
Date: May 1920 
Location: Livingston, Montana
Photographer: Haberstroh, John C.
Description: Old Albert, sheepherder, on the Harvat Ranch near Livingston, Montana. The Harvat Ranch was one of the largest sheep ranching operations in SW Montana with more than 60,000 sheep. Vintage photo.
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Source: John C. Haberstroh Collection
Rights: Copyright Museum of the Rockies
Catalog Number: 87.92.560 
Title: John Harvat, Jr., Cooking Breakfast, Tom Minor Basin, Montana
Date: September 1925 
Location: Tom Minor Basin, Montana
Photographer: Haberstroh, John C.
Description: John Harvat, Jr., (1897-1965) cooking breakfast at Tom Minor Basin, Montana. John was the son of John H., Sr., and Elizabeth Harvat who had a sheep ranch in Livingston, Montana. Vintage 5x7 in. neg.
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Source: John C. Haberstroh Collection
Rights: Copyright Museum of the Rockies
Catalog Number: 87.92.520 
Title: Early Morning Mist in Camp, Tom Minor Basin, Montana
Date: August 1934 
Location: Tom Minor Basin, Montana
Photographer: Haberstroh, John C.
Description: Tom Miner Basin is located in the Paradise Valley near Emigrant and is known for abundant wildlife. Named after Thomas J. Miner who was a trapper in the area in the 1860s. Vintage.
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Source: John C. Haberstroh Collection
Rights: Copyright Museum of the Rockies
Catalog Number: 87.92.256 
Title: Ewe Lambs in the Fall, Paradise Valley, Montana
Date: September 1934 
Location: Paradise Valley, Montana
Photographer: Haberstroh, John C.
Description: The Harvat Ranch was one of the largest sheep ranching operations in SW Montana with more than 60,000 sheep. The ranch was built about 1917.
Format: image/jpeg
Source: John C. Haberstroh Collection
Rights: Copyright Museum of the Rockies
Catalog Number: 87.92.71 
Title: Johnie Hankins, Livingston, Montana
Date: ca 1935 
Location: Livingston, Montana
Photographer: Haberstroh, John C.
Description: Johnie Hankins (1894-1985) relaxing in wagon on the Harvat Ranch, near Livingston, Montana. He worked for the Harvats for 30 years as packer and camp tender, winter herder and helped with lambing. The Harvat Ranch was one of the largest sheep ranching operations in SW Montana with more than 60,000 sheep. The ranch was built about 1917. Vintage 5x7 in. glass negative.
Format: image/jpeg
Source: John C. Haberstroh Collection
Rights: Copyright Museum of the Rockies
Catalog Number: 87.92.478 
Title: Harvat Home Ranch, Livingston, Montana
Date: ca 1935 
Location: Livingston, Montana
Photographer: Haberstroh, John C.
Description: The Harvat Ranch was one of the largest sheep ranching operations in SW Montana with more than 60,000 sheep. The ranch was built about 1917. It was located east of Livingston, Montana.
Format: image/jpeg
Source: John C. Haberstroh Collection
Rights: Copyright Museum of the Rockies
Catalog Number: 87.92.741 

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