• Picnic on the Yellowstone River with Rimrocks near Billings

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    A picnic, with mostly women and children portrayed, near the Yellowstone River, 1882, just west of the Coulson town site, and south of newly platted Billings. They appear to be near the site of the Pe…

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  • Plenty Coups and Grandmother's Knife

    Fred E. Miller

    Plenty Coups (right) and Grandmother's Knife (left). Smithsonian Institution Notes: Copy from a sepia print; John Fields (1967), grandson of the photographer, thought that the sepia prints were all ma…

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  • Cowboys

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    Early day cowboys. Six men and teenage boys on horses with a man and younger boy on seat of chuck wagon (cook wagon). No date.

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  • Cowboys

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    Early day cowboys. Six men and teenage boys on horses with a man and younger boy on seat of chuck wagon (cook wagon). No date.

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  • Stebbins, Post and Mund Bank.

    EA Bromley - Photograph, 1883. Is this the same Edward Augustus Bromley, the famous photo-journalist from St. Paul?

    First Bank in Billings (July, 1882), block 111, looking Northeast (Montana Ave and 26th street). Stebbins, Post and Mund had branches in Wyoming, Montana and the Dakotas (at Deadwood by 1877). W. R. S…

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  • Riders at a Crow gathering

    Fred E. Miller

    Unidentified mounted Crow Indians and one white male. See Fred E. Miller: Photographer of the Crows by Nancy F. O'Conner.

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  • International Hotel between 25th & 26th Streets

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    Peter Fisch is listed as the owner of the International Hotel in 1883. In 1883 it is located on Montana Avenue, between 25th & 26th Streets - Block 111, Lot 11. The Farmer�s Hotel (N. Klos - Sept 1883…

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  • Riders at a Crow gathering

    Fred E. Miller

    Unidentified mounted Crow Indians and one white male. See Fred E. Miller: Photographer of the Crows by Nancy F. O'Conner.

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