• Banderob Children

    Several Banderob children, including Rudolph (Rudy) are pictured here in 1907 with the family's award-winning Silver Laced Wyandotte rooster, eggs and chicks. Included in this picture is their dog, �B…

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  • Huntley Town Site

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    The Huntley, Montana town site looking north. Several businesses can be seen along Northern Avenue with homes north and west of the main street area.

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  • Main Canal Tunnel

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    Huntley Irrigation Project main canal tunnel on November 14, 1908.

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  • Frank Chesterman

    Picture of Frank Chesterman age 12, riding his bycicle.

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  • Bridge number 12

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    Truss and flume on lateral bridge number 12 looking east on June 24, 1908.

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  • Prior Creek Culvert

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    Dredger being used to excavate the Prior Creek culvert on February 2, 1906.

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  • Huntley Experimental Station

    The Huntley Experimental Station on the Huntley Irrigation Project, Montana on July 1, 1914.

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  • Heading to the train

    Crowds of people heading for the train to travel to the Huntley Irrigation Project head gates on the Yellowstone River. Opening day, June 26, 1907.

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  • Pumpkin Harvest 1910

    Impressive pumpkin harvest in 1910 on the Huntley Irrigation Project, Montana.

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  • Railroad Tracks above the Yellowstone

    Work crew on the left side of the railroad tracks above the Yellowstone River on April 4, 1906.

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  • Huntley Homesteads

    Photograph showing the distance between homestead houses in 1910 on the Huntley Irrigation Project, Montana.

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  • Headquarters of the Engineers

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    Headquarters of the engineers and surveyors on the Huntley Irrigation Project on September 7, 1905.

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  • Four Dutch Children

    Four Dutch children, two girls and two boys stand in front of their parent's homestead house on the Huntley Irrigation Project, Montana in 1908.

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  • Armour and Schreuder Wedding Portrait

    1940 Wedding portrait of Edith Armour & Jake Schreuder.

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  • Headquarters of the Supervising Engineer

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    Railroad tracks and a train as well as the headquarters of the supervising engineer and the town of Huntley, Montana in the distance.

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  • District Office, 1918

    Four men and two women standing in front of the Huntley Project Irrigation District office in 1918. This original building still houses the Irrigation District office in 2018.

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  • Osborn Mercantile

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    The Osborn Mercantile with a woman waiting in a buggy pulled by two horses. Another woman and man stand on the sidewalk in front of the store. The Osborn school and several outbuildings can be seen in…

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  • Large Sugar Beet

    Farmer hold a large sugar beet during the 1908 harvest of sugar beets on the Huntley Irrigation Project, Montana.

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  • Tunnel Number 1

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    Work crews looking west toward the concrete-lined opening of tunnel number 1 on May 14, 1907.

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  • Ditch Work

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    Crow Indians doing ditch work on the Huntley Irrigation Project on June 26, 1906.

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