Montana Historical Society Research Center - Archives and Photograph Archives
Collection consists of images of historical markers in Bannack, Helena area and Virginia City, Montana; and a rodeo. Views include: signs, abandoned buildings and tourists in Bannack, Montana; Sacajawea monument in Armstead, Montana; Lewis and Clark marker north of Armstead; Beaverhead Canyon Gateway marker; Grasshopper Valley marker; Lewis and Clark Caverns cafe, shop, train, and hoist; markers for Three Forks of the Missouri, Gallatin Valley, Gates of the Mountain, Missouri River Canyon, Last Chance Gulch, Old Toll Road, George Wade in Big Hole Battlefield, Salmon City Mining, Lewiston and Clarkston of Lewis and Clark Trail, Montana Line, Alder Gulch on Willow Creek Road, Frontier Gulch; haystacks in Grasshopper Valley and Big Hole; sheep; markers for The Ruby Valley, Nevada City, Virginia City; monument for Grand Lodge of Ancient Free and Accepted Masons Lodge No. 1 and 2; buildings and hanging sites in Virginia City, Montana; parade in Dillon, Montana; rodeo in unidentified ... Read More
Montana Historical Society Research Center - Archives and Photograph Archives
This collection consists mainly of the writings of J.K. Standish, a Montana newspaper man who wrote about Montana history. Also includes copies of writing from other Montanans who wrote on the state's history such as Judge L. L. Callaway and Martha Edgerton Plassmann. The collection includes rough draft manuscripts, news clippings, and correspondence. (MC 429)
Montana Historical Society,-- Library and Archives Dept
Reminiscence, entitled "Trip Across the Plains and Early Life in Montana, 1863-1897", describes travel by steamboat and stagecoach; life in Bannack, Virginia City, and Helena, Montana Territory; Salt Lake City, Utah; and her impressions of Mormon society
Montana Historical Society,-- Library and Archives Dept
Twelve-page typed report prepared for the Thompson Gold Milling Company of Bannack, Mont -- The report is entitled "History and Production of Bannack Mines" and discusses the general geology of the area, mining properties, and the history of various local mines and their development, etc
Montana Historical Society,-- Library and Archives Dept
Receipt for $42.50 by George D. French to F.M. Thompson for "Making Coffin and Burying the late H. Plumber.".
Montana Historical Society,-- Library and Archives Dept
Notes, maps, clippings, and drafts of a manuscript on many Montana ghost towns, based on Trow's interviews and other research -- Towns included are Artyn, Argenta, Bannack, Beavertown, Burlington, Cable City, Castle, Copperopolis, Diamond City, Elkhorn, Gilt Edge, Glendale, Granite, Hasmark, Hecla, Highland, Leon City, Louisville, Maiden, Marysville, Montana City, Nevada City, New Year, New York, Norris, Pioneer, Radersburg, Rimini, Silver Star, Sylvanite, Trapper City, Yellowstone City, Yogo, and Zortman
University of Montana--Missoula, Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library, K. Ross Toole Archives
The collection consists of one financial journal. The journal documents individual financial accounts, which are listed alphabetically. The year(s) of the ledger is not documented but the company operated from 1897 through 1902
University of Montana--Missoula, Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library, K . Ross Toole Archives
The forty-nine photographic negatives which make up this collection are of downtown Missoula, Mont., flooding at the Buckhouse Bridge, the Ninemile House, Bannack Ghost Town, and the Paxson Murals in the Missoula County Courthouse. The dates range from 1908 to the mid 1970s, with the bulk of the images from the late 1920s
Montana Historical Society,-- Library and Archives Dept
This collection consists of several financial volumes of business ventures of A.F. Graeter. A ledger and gold dust book (1868-1874) of the Bannack Ditch and Mining Company includes weekly and monthly reports, lists of employees and wages paid, notations of sale of gold dust and goods, and miscellaneous financial records, including those of an unidentified company. The collection also contains four daybooks (1874-1878) from a mercantile business, which are chronologically complete, however only one of them is labeled as A.F. Graeter and Company
Montana Historical Society,-- Library and Archives Dept
Topics include his parents' sheep ranch; attending school in Bannack; local businesses, buildings, and residents; the Retallack family; the local physician Robert Hood "Doc" Ryburn; the Golden Leaf Company's mine and mill; dredging; mining operations; and local social activities

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