Montana Historical Society Research Center - Archives and Photograph Archives
One photograph album containing 111 black and white photographic prints on black card stock. The album depicts the placer mining operation of Warner Alexander Paul (1895-1958) and his wife Blanche Paul (1899-1994) on Quartz Creek in the Bitterroot Mountains from 1932 to 1933. The couple utilized hydraulic mining methods, so their operation included an aboveground water pipe to bring water up to the mine site, a sluiceway to carry the sediment down to the sluiceboxes, and a crude sawmill to mill the timber from the area into planks for construction projects. An index card mounted inside the front cover describes the contents: "Pictures - Gold Mining Project - Bitterroot Mts - 7 miles from Superior, Montana - Sept. 1932 - June 1933. Warner and I went here after we were married. A flood in 1933 destroyed all equipment - total loss." The first several pages appear to have images depicting the couple's journey into the Bitterroot Mountains, including a narrow mountain road and an inn in ... Read More
Montana Historical Society Research Center - Archives and Photograph Archives
Two images of cowboys mounted on horseback. One of the cowboys leads a packhorse
Montana Historical Society Research Center - Archives and Photograph Archives
United States Forest Service saddle horse and pack mule winter range near Perma, Montana. Most of the photos show horses and mules with Civilian Conservation Corps enrollees working on the winter range camp in early 1941. Names of enrollees pictured are Dick Carey, Bill Bell, Bob Chenoweth, A. I. White, Tommy Staub, Wolff, and Ray White. One print shows horses in a corral in "Forks, Montana" in 1937. Most of the photos were taken by Ray White
Northwestern University
Group of 10 original photographs of people and scenes of Zanzibar. Gomes & Co., circa 1900
University of Montana--Missoula, Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library, K . Ross Toole Archives
This collection contains forty photographs (both prints and negatives) taken by Harold Bradley ca. 1901 of the Bitterroot Valley area in western Montana. Subjects represented include hunting and fishing, forest fire aftermath, pack horse trains and trail riding, and log structures


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