approximately 1150 photographic prints : black and white ; 8" x 10" or smaller.
Photographs collected by Elizabeth Lochrie, a Butte, Montana western artist who specialized in Native American portraits, particularly of Blackfeet tribal members. Primarily images related to Native Americans in Montana and surrounding states, including views of the All American Indian Days in Sheridan, Wyoming (1954); members of the Assiniboine, Blackfeet, Crow, Cheyenne, Chippewa-Cree, Flathead, Shoshone, and Sioux tribes; Tom Campbell's initiation into the Crow tribe; the Crow Fair parade (1938); and Crow Indians performing the Sun Dance (ca. 1944). Views of Montana locations include Babb; Bannack; Butte; Tom Campbell's ranch near Hardin (1945); Deer Lodge and Mt. Powell; East Glacier; Ennis and Ennis Lake; Gallatin Range and Gallatin River; Glacier National Park; Glasgow; Mission Range; Pioneer; St. Ignatius; and Yellowstone National Park. Views of people include Tom Campbell; Elizabeth Lochrie; Lochrie receiving the Mother of the Year Award (1960); Caroline McGill; Arthur Menard; Plenty Coups; and Winold Reiss. Additionally includes images of wildlife, livestock, and rodeos. Collection contains twenty-two oversized photographs. [Unprocessed Collection].
Copyright restrictions applying to use or reproduction of this image (which may be protected by copyright law - Title 17 U.S. Code) are available from the Montana Historical Society Research Center.
Transfer from MHS Archives, Elizabeth Lochrie papers, 1890-1997, MC 291; A9:2-2.