This photo of my dad, Leonard John Chapman, eating an ice cream cone, was taken in Eureka, Montana, about 1914. He told me those were very rough times. Dad was born 22 May 1909. His father, would die 2 years later, July 1916.
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May 22, 1909 - Jul 13, 2005 1909 - 2005
This is a postcard of an annual pow wow of Blackfoot Indians, taken at a Blackfoot Reservation in Montana. It was never mailed and there is no date on it, but probably in 1910's or 1920's.
This photo was in a box belonging to Andrew Franklin "Frank" O'Barr (1887-1938). It is believed this photo was from his time living in Montana. He was in Montana because of his service in the Army. He was in Montana between 1914-1923. He married Lila Pauline Harvey on 19 September 1916 in Livingston, Park, Montana. Their daughter, Harriet Genevieve, was born 29 April 1917 in Big Timber, Sweet Grass, Montana. They divorced on 31 January 1919 in Livingston, Park, Montana. If you know any details about this photo, please share. We have no information since the box was found after Frank's death.
Added Feb 4, 2016 by: Kristi Quist
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My grandmother Lettie (Mead) Teed Evans in 1929 and her 'Little Old Sizzler' the day she traded it in on a new car. Her dog Rex is beside her. Taken in front of the house they rented in Vaughn, Montana.
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Apr 27, 1877 - Unknown 1877 - ?
Cowboys on the range - an autumn beef roundup, Montana. 2 cowboys on horseback, one rolling a cigarette; the other lighting a cigarette; herd of cattle in background.
This was my parents (Teed) new 1923 Nash Roadster that they bought brand new April 1923 in Butte, Montana. Picture was taken in front of my great Aunt's house.
High school yearbook photo of Dennis Washington.
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1934 - Unknown 1934 - ?
Added Oct 11, 2019 by: Daniel Pinna
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Great Aunt Doris Fogler atop Rusty Pete. Doris was an artist and the hand-color-tinting was her own. I'm guessing that this foto is from the 1920s.
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Lettie Adella (Mead) Teed Evans and Edward H. "Ted" Evans, my grandmother and grandfather, with work horses and old sled wagon near Lincoln, Montana. Note long fur coat on my grandmother.
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Apr 27, 1877 - Unknown 1877 - ?
This is a photo of Jesse Jerrel added by Denise Craigen on December 6, 2020.
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Jun 26, 1895 - Apr 23, 1983 1895 - 1983
Added Dec 6, 2020 by: Denise Craigen
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Found in discarded photos Great Falls MT
Added Aug 10, 2019 by: Donna Whitewinters
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A photo of Grandma, Melvin, Grandpa Ida, Oscar & Laura Found in discarded photos Great Falls MT It is a post card.
Added Aug 10, 2019 by: Donna Whitewinters
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This was school attire in the 1960s. The dresses were all cotton and handmade by mother. Girls wore dresses, and only wore long leg pants under their dresses to walk to school in the winter. At school the pants were stashed in a cubby.
Added Jan 7, 2019 by: Gaye Thomas
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A photo of Gloria May Swanson's headstone in Butte, Montana.
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1922 - 1927 1922 - 1927
Added Jan 26, 2016 by: Sharon LaPierre
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Violet Rochelle: Lady having fun in the snow. Beautiful snow scene with trees and part of a cabin in background. Back of photo is written in two lines, Violet Rochelle, then underneath it reads, Butte 1945. Photograph bought in an antique shop.
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Added Mar 19, 2012 by: Ilike Photos
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Great Grandma Geraldine "Jerry" Ebersviller, Photo taken in 2002 at her home in Laurel Montana.
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Dec 6, 1919 - Mar 23, 2009 1919 - 2009
Added Feb 24, 2012 by: Devan Reuter
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Will Mahoney first performed on stage in 1902. He and Frank ('The Mahoney Bros') devised an act and eventually played on the vaudeville circuit. By 1914 they had toured North America and Mexico, and had visited Melbourne Australia. (He was born in Montana.) After his brother left the act, he devised a xylophone platform, 17 ft long, on which he danced with small mallets attached to his shoes, the tunes matching his rapid patter and slapstick comedy. Wow! He allegedly earned $5500 per week by the early 1930s and was the highest earning act in the U.S. He then moved on to the U.K. and Australia, wowing crowds and while returning to the US once in a while, eventually settled in Australia. Quite an entertainer! Photo courtesy of the Library of Congress, NYWTS
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1894 - Unknown 1894 - ?
From the Anaconda High School yearbook, "The Big Stack", 1937 graduating seniors..
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Added Oct 10, 2011 by: Pam Marks
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"Apgar Campground, West Glacier July 20, 1969..astronauts land on moon ..Chris, Bert, Boots and Al, Gene and Hilder, Dad, Gerry, Dinna and mom watched the landing in our trailer on a 12 volt. The walk on the moon was spectacular and when the flag went up we all clapped and yelled for joy. On our way to Cranbrook the radio let us know of the successful tie in of the Eagle to the Columbia." (written on the back) This note really describes how we all felt on that day in July, 1969! Photo found in antique shop in Seattle, Washington.
Added Aug 25, 2011 by: Pam Marks
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