• The Bitter Root River, Missoula, Montana.

    Colorized postcard of the Bitter Root river in Missoula, Montana. Persoal message on the front. Postmarked May 1?, 1907.

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  • Flyfishing on the river

    Swan, Kenneth D. (Kenneth Dupee), 1887-1970

    D. and J. Hessel flyfishing on an unidentified river, likely in Montana.

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  • Stern wheeler on the river

    Swan, Kenneth D. (Kenneth Dupee), 1887-1970

    Stern wheeler parked near a river bank. Location unknown, possibly on the Flathead River, Montana.

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  • Cable system across a stream

    Swan, Kenneth D. (Kenneth Dupee), 1887-1970

    Man hanging from a cable stretching across a river. Wood buildings are in the background along with a densely forested slope.

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  • Pend d'Oreille River

    Elrod, Morton J. (Morton John), 1863-1953

    Rapids along the Pend d'Oreille River, Montana. Library note: Title and description are original to the photograph. This river is now officially known as the Flathead River, but was also locally known…

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  • Gallatin River near Karst Cold Spring Camp, Bozeman-Gallatin way to Yellowstone Park.

    Black and white photograph postcard of the Gallatin River near Karst Cold Spring Camp. Karst Cold Spring Camp was founded in 1907 outside of Bozeman, Montana.

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  • Spanish Peaks, Montana.

    Schlechten, A., J.L Robbins Co

    Colorized postcard of the Spanish Peaks, Montana. The Spanish Peaks are a mountain range located between Bozeman and Ennis Montana. J.L. Robbins Co published regional postcards between 1920-1936 in Sp…

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  • Falls of the Pend d'Oreille below Polson

    Elrod, Morton J. (Morton John), 1863-1953

    Falls of the Pend d'Oreille, about 6 feet, below the rapids by Polson, Montana, showing where the river has cut through Morrainal material to bedrock. Library note: Title and description are original…

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  • Construction on a railroad bridge

    Healy, Stan, 1918-1996

    Construction of a railroad bridge across an unidentified river, possibly the Blackfoot.

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  • Gallatin River, Montana.

    Schlechten, A. Bloom Bros. Co

    Black and white photograph postcard of Gallatin River in Montana. The Gallatin river converges with the Jefferson and Madison near Three Forks, Montana to form the Missouri river. Personal note on bac…

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  • Spanish Peaks near Karst's Kamp in Gallatin Canyon, Montana.

    Schlecten, A., Curt Teich & Co

    Colorized postcard of the Spanish Peaks near Kars'ts Camp in Gallatin Canyon, Montana. The Spanish Peaks are a mountain range located between Bozeman and Ennis Montana. Personal note on back. Postmark…

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  • Indian kneeling by the Thompson River

    McKay, R. H. (Rollin H.)

    Indian kneeling on a rock on the Thompson River, Montana. He is carrying a bow in a quiver.

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  • Steel Bridge across Beaverhead River, Twin Bridges, Montana.

    Cash Drug Co

    Colorized postcard of the Steel bridge across the Beaverhead River in Twin Bridges, Montana. Twin Bridges is a town in Madison County Montana. The Big Hole, Beaverhead, and Ruby Rivers all converge ne…

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  • River and bluffs, southeastern Montana

    Swan, Kenneth D. (Kenneth Dupee), 1887-1970

    River and bluffs, southeastern Montana or South Dakota. Possibly the Missouri River.

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  • Among the lumber jacks

    Schmidt, Otto, 1866

    Among the 'Lumber Jacks'. Location unknown. Men sitting on logs near a river. Most likely Montana or Idaho.

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