• Child with Dog

    unknown

    This is a photo of Jamie Stevenson sitting on the porch with a large puppy. His sister Hester is peeping around the corner.

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  • Milking Time

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    This is a photo of homesteader Jim Stevenson and his son Jamie with their milk cows. J.R. Stevenson, better known as “Jim”, landed at Moore, Montana, in the very early spring of 1905. He had come from…

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  • Children Sitting with Chickens

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    The caption under this photo reads 'Ruth and Jamie on Ida's wood pile.'

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  • Child Holding the Reins

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    Jamie Robert Stevenson, age 12, is holding the reins of several horses and a foal.

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  • Threshing Grain

    Cook & Dunn

    This postcard depicts a threshing machine in operation in the Judith Basin near Hobson, Fergus County, Mont.

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  • Stacking Hay

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    This is a photo of stacking hay in the Judith Basin.

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  • Abundant Grain

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    This photo shows the abundant grain harvest of 1915 in the Judith Basin.

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  • Hay Harvest

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    This is a photo taken during hay harvest in the Judith Basin.

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  • Homestead Shack

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    This is a photo of the Homestead shack on Gumbo Flats 8 miles south of Hobson that Jim Stevenson built for his family. The people in the photo are identified as Ida; unknown man; Jim; unknown woman; c…

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  • Land Hunters at Hobson, Montana

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    This postcard shows a party of land hunters at Hobson, Montana in the Great Judith Basin. The postcard promotes the Judith Basin's agricultural abundance by stating that 'Wheat yielded 50 bushels per…

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  • Homesteading Father and Sons

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    This photo of Jim Stevenson and sons was taken outdoors. Jim is sitting in a rocking chair and his boys are standing on either side.

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  • Child on Horse

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    Jamie Stevenson is on his saddle horse. His father's unsaddled horses are also in the photo.

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  • Woman on the Prairie

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    This is a photo of 'Aunt Lizzie'. The Caption reads '300 feet above Indian Camp Montana'.

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  • Greetings from The Judith Basin

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    The front of this postcard shows several prominent buildings of Hobson. The top left photo is of the Farmers' (flour) Mill and Elevator Company, whose slogan "Pride of the Judith" can still be seen en…

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  • Homesteading Family Photo

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    This is a photo taken of Ida, Jim, Hester, Van, and infant Jamie Stevenson with their dog.

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  • Father and Son on Horses

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    The note on the back of this photo reads 'Two Montana Jims,' referring to Jim Stevenson and his son Jamie. A windmill is in the background and the family dog stands by.

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  • Haying Crew With Equipment Pulled by Horse Teams

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    The handwritten caption under this photo reads 'Jim's Header Outfit.'

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  • Horse Riders with Turkeys

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    A flock of Ida Stevenson's turkeys are gathered near Van and Jamie Stevenson riding horses. Van is riding a horse and the Jamie is riding a mule. Many homesteading familys raised turkeys. Turkeys were…

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  • Hobson, Montana Crop Display

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    This artistic wheat arrangement was displayed at the Panama-Pacific Exposition (1915 World's Fair) in San Francisco. It is mounted on a large display board with the name 'Hobson' designed in wheat see…

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  • Child Riding on Calf

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    The note on the back of this photo reads 'Jamie rides every calf we have regardless of how many times they throw him.'

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