• Walk, J. J.

    Unknown

    Photo of John J. Walk with 1879 on front, referring to subject's date of arrival in Montana. Photo appears to be circa 1920. The name on the label of this photo is felt to be incorrect.

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  • Loefflman house

    A two-story brick building on Eighth Avenue South that served as the Loefflman's home for three generations, 1907. Contributed by Jack Liedle. Published by Pediment Publishing with the cooperation of…

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  • Sham battle Billings Custer reenactment

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    There were a series of Custer Battlefield ('Custer's Last Battle') re-enactments on the flats between the railroad tracks and the Old Prison, just southeast of North Park. A line of railcars formed th…

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  • Tompkins, Benjamin A., bio

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    Biographical facts for Benjamin A. Tompkins including parents' names and names of wife and children. Document dated August 22, 1939.

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  • Linley, Rev. C. H.

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    Born in England in 1860, the Reverend Charles Herbert Linley was the Rector of St. Luke's Episcopal church, Billings in 1888-1890. Became a naturalized citizen in 1894. Went to Church of the Holy Spir…

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  • Myaer Barn, Main Interior.

    Historic American Buildings Survey, HABS MT-69-B-11 Travis Smith

    Myaer Barn, 2747 Old Hardin Road, Lockwood Flats area, Billings, Yellowstone, MT. Building/structure dates: 1909 initial construction and demolished in 1986.

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  • A T Hansord Used Car Lot, SW corner of North 29th and Montana Avenue.

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    Used car lot of Arthur T. Hansord, a dealer in Dodge Cars and Trucks. You can see the Northern Pacific Railway Freight Station in the backdrop.

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  • Yegen Hardware Store fire, Billings Montana, 1909

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    Fire on Minnesota Avenue, south of the tracks. 'The stock consisted of hardware, paints, oils, some gasoline, two carloads of matches, cartridges, which exploded from time to time, with terrific force…

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  • Parmly Billings Library spiral staircase

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    The new library building was dedicated on May 25, 1969. Shirley Hake was the Library Director during the transition from the Parmly Billings Memorial Library building on Montana Avenue to the Billings…

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  • Rea, Dave

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    Likely David Rea of the Rea Brothers, Billings Sheepmen, - See Dave Rea of Billings, Who Marketed Biggest Wool Clip, Billings Gazette, January 17, 1943. In 1881, Dave Rea's family took up land on Cabi…

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  • Lobby, Lake McDonald Hotel

    Hileman, Tomar J. and Glacier Park Hotel CO. and C.T. Art-Colortone

    Colorized postcard of the Lobby of the Lake McDonald Hotel in Glacier National Park, Montana. Photographer T.J. Hileman was renowned for photos of Glacier Park. He moved to Kalispell in 1911 to open a…

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  • Great Fountain Geyser, Lower Geyser Basin, Yellowstone Park.

    Detroit Publishing Co

    Colorized postcard of the Great fountain Geyser in the Lower Geyser Basin, Yellowstone National Park. Great Fountain Geyser has one of the prettiest settings of any geyser in the Park. Its vent is loc…

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  • Tree burial

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    Tree burial scaffold of a Gros Ventre relative on the Fort Belknap Reservation. This image from an album donated by Hugh Galusha at the Montana Historical Society.

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  • Edy's Candy and Ice Cream parlor and basement bowling alley at 122 Broadway.

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    Joseph Oliver Edy's Homemade candy and ice cream parlor, with a bowling alley in the basement, at 122 North Broadway in the Babcock Block. Joseph Edy was born in Missouri and raised in Montana (from W…

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  • Walsh, Senator Thomas J.

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    Photo portrait of Senator T.J. Walsh. A newspaper clipping appears below containing some biographical information.

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  • William S. Hart statue on the rimrocks above Billings, Range Rider of the Yellowstone.

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    The bronze statue of silent movie star William S. Hart and his horse, Paint, was dedicated in July, 1927 - See Range Rider's Vista Embraces Area, Billings Gazette, June 30, 1927 and Billings Three-Day…

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  • Great Western Sugar Company

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    Aerial of the Billings Sugar Factory on State Avenue, looking south to southeast. State Avenue is the southern line of one of the lower of two sections that originally formed the Billings plat of 1882…

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  • Junction City. The mail team to Custer, and Paul McCormick's store at Junction City.

    Unknown

    In 1877, Paul McCormick came to Junction City and opened a merchandise store. 'His general merchandise and freighting business extended far north and south of the little town' - See 'Old McCormick Hom…

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  • Parmly Billings Library under construction

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    The original Parmly Billings Memorial Library, named after Frederick and Julia Billings' eldest child, was dedicated in October, 1901. The Richardsonian Romanesque building located at 2822 Montana Ave…

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