• Survey party leaving Lolo Hot Springs

    Moore, Bud, 1917-2010

    Survey party leaving Lolo Hot Springs about 1911.

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  • Jerry Johnson

    Moore, Bud, 1917-2010

    Chapter 6. The Lochsa Story, Page 78. The Legend of Isaac's Gold. Veteran prospector Jerry Johnson searched for precious metals in the Lochsa during the 1880s and 1890s. Jerry Johnson Hot Springs is n…

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  • George Colgate's grave

    Moore, Bud, 1917-2010

    George Colgate's grave along the Lochsa River. Discussion: Bud mentions hot springs, nearby Colgate Lick recreation trail and visitor information signs and interpretive site. The Colgate Lick was once…

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  • Wier Creek Lick

    Moore, Bud, 1917-2010

    This 1937 photo shows the forest type -- primarily cedar -- surrounding Wier Creek Lick and warm spings. An elk is enjoying the lick. Note the cedar windfalls in the foreground. Photograph labeled: We…

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  • Jupiter Terrace, Yellowstone Park.

    Detroit Publishing Co

    Colorized postcard of Jupiter Terrace in Yellowstone National Park. Jupiter Terrace is part of the Lower Terraces of Mammoth Hot Springs. The Detroit Publishing Co. 1887-1936 They produced postcards o…

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  • Muggins Gilman's pack string

    Moore, Bud, 1917-2010

    Gilman's String, Warm Spring Creek Lick. Packer Muggins Gilman leads his pack outfit through the game licks near Jerry Johnson Hot Springs. Brief discussion about the area.

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  • George Colgate's Grave

    Moore, Bud, 1917-2010

    George Colgate's Grave, about 1908-1909. By C. I. Harrison. See also The Lochsa Story photo files.

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  • Lolo Hot Springs Hotel

    Moore, Bud, 1917-2010

    Lolo Hot Springs Hotel, 1904. This photo has appeared in other publications where the people may have been identified.

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  • Naked man at hot springs

    Moore, Bud, 1917-2010

    This photo of a man taking a shower at either Weir Creek or Jerry Johnson Hot Springs was taken by Bud in about 1937 when he got his first camera. At the beginning of the recording, he mentions the "p…

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  • Jerry Johnson Lick

    Moore, Bud, 1917-2010

    Jerry Johnson Lick above the main hot springs. At one time there were thousands of elk using this lick, and Colgate, both along the Lochsa river. Related discussion about Bud building a shower in the…

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  • Grotto Geyser cone and Biscuit Basin - Sapphire Pool, Yellowstone Park.

    J. E. Haynes Photo Co

    Black and white postcard of the Grotto Geyser cone and Biscuit Basin's Sapphire Pool in Yellowstone National Park. The Grotto Geyser is one of the park's most unique structures. What at first appears…

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  • Guests at Lolo Hot Springs Hotel

    Moore, Bud, 1917-2010

    The Lochsa Story Ch 5 Page 68. Urban guests gather at the road's end, Lolo Hot Springs Hotel, in 1904. Credit Louise Gerber Gilbert. Brief discussion about this old hotel and the new one built later,…

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  • Aerial view of Jerry Johnson game licks

    Moore, Bud, 1917-2010

    The Lochsa Story Ch 15 Page 229. Present-day aerial view of Jerry Johnson game licks where Bud thinks that William Wright killed his first grizzly. Credit U.S. Forest Service.

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  • Burn at Colgate Hot Spring

    Moore, Bud, 1917-2010

    That picture shows how the 1929 burn killed quite a few of the big cedars at the Colgate Hot Spring. In the background are a few elk. Photograph labeled: Elk at Colgate '38.

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  • Lava Arch-Northern entrance and Minerva Terrace, Yellowstone Park.

    J. E. Haynes Photo Co

    Black and white postcard of the Lava Arch and Minerva Terrace in Yellowstone National Park. Lava Arch is another name for the Roosevelt Arch which was named after Teddy Roosevelt in 1903. The Minerva…

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  • Pulpit Terrace and Park Buffalo, Yellowstone Park.

    J. E. Haynes Photo Co

    Black and white postcard Pulpit Terrace and buffalo in Yellowstone National Park. Pulpit Terrace is a travertine terrace that has been formed from limestone. The Travertine terraces are made when carb…

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  • Castle geyser, Bee Hive geyser and Morning Glory spring, Yellowstone Park.

    J. E. Haynes Photo Co

    Black and white postcard of Castle geyser, Bee Hive geyser and Morning Glory spring in Yellowstone National Park. Castle Geyser has the largest cone and may be the oldest of all geysers in the Upper G…

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  • Trappers at Lolo Hot Springs

    Moore, Bud, 1917-2010

    The Lochsa Story Ch 5 Page 69. Trappers of the Lochsa display furs at Lolo Hot Springs. Left to right: Fred Schott, Andrew Erickson, Jim Sullivan, Frank Smith, Carl Erickson, and owner of Lolo Hot Spr…

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  • Northern Pacific survey crew at Lolo Hot Springs

    Moore, Bud, 1917-2010

    The Lochsa Story Ch 9 Page133. Northern Pacific survey operations at Lolo Hot Springs, Montana, about 1909. Buildings include a barn, bunkhouses and a hospital. Credit Louise Gerber Gilbert. Good disc…

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  • The Hotel' Chico Hot Springs, Montana.

    Black and White postcard of Chico Hot Springs in Montana. The main lodge of the Chico Warm Springs Hotel was opened in 1900. Many changes have been made over the years and the hot springs are still a…

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