Mt. Oberlin
Title:
Mt. Oberlin
Scenic Montana (MT), Real Photo PM 1948 Jul-6


Below the Dam, Rock Creek Lake
Title:
Below the Dam, Rock Creek Lake
Scenic Montana (MT), Divided Back unused



Rock Creek Below the Lake
Title:
Rock Creek Below the Lake
Scenic Montana (MT), Divided Back unused


Sheer Rock Sides
Title:
Sheer Rock Sides
Scenic Montana (MT), Real Photo unused



Sheer Rock Sides
Title:
Sheer Rock Sides
Scenic Montana (MT), Real Photo unused


Fort Peck Dam on Missouri River
Title:
Fort Peck Dam on Missouri River
Scenic Montana (MT), Linen PM 1947 Jun-25

Description:
Figures describing the construction of this mammoth earth fill stagger the imagination. Nearly a mile in width at its base and the roadway atop the fill being 250 feet above the former Missouri River channel. It backs water, when filled, 175 river miles



Lake McDonald
Title:
Lake McDonald
Scenic Montana (MT), Divided Back unused

Description:
The fisherman's Paradise. This lake is surrounded by very beautiful mountains. Lake McDonald is in the Northern part of Montana


Rock Creek Lake
Title:
Rock Creek Lake
Scenic Montana (MT), Divided Back PM 1908 Sep-9



The Yellowstone River
Title:
The Yellowstone River
Scenic Montana (MT), Divided Back unused

Description:
The Yellowstone River in Montana. - This river is known better to Montana people as the "Muddy Yellowstone". It takes a long course through the beautiful Yellowstone National Park. This view of the Yellowstone River is in the eastern part of Montana


Mt. O'Neill
Title:
Mt. O'Neill
Scenic Montana (MT), Real Photo unused

Description:
H.A. Ives Series 2218



Dead Man Curve On Red Lodge Cooke City Highway
Title:
Dead Man Curve On Red Lodge Cooke City Highway
Scenic Montana (MT), Linen unused


Band Of Sheep
Title:
Band Of Sheep
Scenic Montana (MT), Chrome unused

Description:
A familiar sight are these bands of sheep with their harder and sheep dog who spend the summer months in the Beartooth Mountains. This particular band is near Beautiful Beartooth Butte and lake, about 40 miles from Red Lodge, on the Red Lodge Scenic Route 212 to Yellowstone National Park, via Cooke and Silver Gate, Montana.



Fort Peck Dam
Title:
Fort Peck Dam
Scenic Montana (MT), Linen unused

Description:
Fort Peck Dam, on Missouri River, in Montana. Figures describing the construction of this mammoth earth fill stagger the imagination. Nearly a mile in width at its base, and the roadway stop the fill being 250 feet above the former Missouri River channel, it backs water, when filled, 175 river miles.


Riding High In Western Montana
Title:
Riding High In Western Montana
Scenic Montana (MT), Linen PM 1945 Sep-17



Absarokee
Title:
Absarokee
Scenic Montana (MT), Chrome unused

Description:
Located at the entrance of the Beartooth Mountains and Wilderness area. Where the Rosebud flows into the Stillwater River. The Absarokee area is a fisherman's and hunter's paradise. This area is most enjoyed for this beautiful scenery


Beartooth Pass, Highway 212
Title:
Beartooth Pass, Highway 212
Scenic Montana (MT), Chrome unused

Description:
Beartooth Pass on highway 212 via Red Lodge, showing five levels of switchbacks, takes the motorists from an elevation of 7,000 to 11,000 ft. in 10 miles on a safe two lane modern highway. It then plummets down to the Northeast Entrance of Yellowstone National Park via Cooke and Silver Gate. Picked as a "The most beautiful and spectacular roadway in America" by CBS correspondent Charles Kurait.



Bighorn Lake
Title:
Bighorn Lake
Scenic Montana (MT), Chrome unused

Description:
Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area. The 71 mile long lake extends from Fort Smith, Montana southward to the vicinity of Lovell, Wyoming. Most of its length is confined between the walls of bighorn Canyon. In 1968 the recreation area was dedicated. This is the ancestral home of the Crow Tribe of Indians. By agreement with the tribe certain lands within their Reservation are included in the recreation Area. The recreation resources on these lands will be developed by the National Park Service.


Black Canyon
Title:
Black Canyon
Scenic Montana (MT), Chrome unused

Description:
Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area. The largest of several tributaries to Bighorn Canyon is located a few miles southeast of Yellowtail Dam. It was previously accessible only on foot or horseback. This beautiful canyon offers sheltered waters for fishing, water skiing and camping. Early maps refer to it as "Absaroka" Canyon.



Excursion Launch
Title:
Excursion Launch
Scenic Montana (MT), Chrome unused

Description:
Excursion Launch on the Missouri River at Meriwether Landing, Gates of the Mountains, near Helena, Montana. Here Lewis & Clark paused in their historic trip of exploration across the continent.


Highway #10
Title:
Highway #10
Scenic Montana (MT), Chrome unused

Description:
Showing snow-capped Highlands of the Continental Divide. Red Mountain, one of these peaks is 10,000 ft. high. There was once a mining community larger than Butte beneath these mountains, called Highland City (a gold rush town) of which remnants still remain.



Highway 91 Between Helena And Butte
Title:
Highway 91 Between Helena And Butte
Scenic Montana (MT), Chrome unused

Description:
Highway 91 between Helena and Butte, Montana, showing one of the many beautiful views along the Boulder Rives, as it passes the towns of Boulder and Basin. This gorge's rugged cliffs are composed of red argellite. People from all over the world come for treatment to the health mines of this valley.


Horseshoe Bend
Title:
Horseshoe Bend
Scenic Montana (MT), Chrome unused

Description:
Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area. A major visitor service area and access to the lake is at Horseshoe Bend near Lovell, Wyoming. Services are provided for visitors and boats. Year-round recreational activities are available in this area. Boating, fishing, swimming, water skiing, boat-in campground's waterfowl upland bird and deer hunting in spring, summer and fall and ice-fishing in the winter. It is also near the Pryor Mountain Wild Horse Rage. The brick-red and tan cliffs of Sykes Mountain are seen in the distance.



International Summer Race Camp
Title:
International Summer Race Camp
Scenic Montana (MT), Chrome unused

Description:
Held every summer along the beautiful Beartooth Hi-way, where there is awe-inspiring scenery you will never forget, five to six hindered advanced skiers, coached by world champion instructors, whiz down the mile-long runs every June and July. There are four sessions of approximately 125 to 150 skiers in each (some stay for all four sessions). Located only 27 miles from Red Lodge, Montana, the N.E. entrance to Yellowstone is the most spectacular mountain drive in America.


Remains Of Highway
Title:
Remains Of Highway
Scenic Montana (MT), Chrome unused

Description:
Remains of Highway#1 along Hebgen Lake in the earthquake area north of West Yellowstone, Montana and of Yellowstone Park.



Sawtooth Mountain
Title:
Sawtooth Mountain
Scenic Montana (MT), Chrome unused

Description:
A landmark on the Beartooth Plateau, where small lakes abound the Northeast entrance to Yellowstone Park. The land of the "Big Sky" and beautiful clouds.


The Crow Tribe Of Indians
Title:
The Crow Tribe Of Indians
Scenic Montana (MT), Chrome unused

Description:
Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area. The latest of a series of American people to occupy the Yellowstone and Bighorn Basins is the Crow Tribe. This is their homeland. Much of their culture and language is still intact. A centuries-old tradition of the Crow people requires them to come together once a year far a great meeting. Now the Crow people invite Indians of all tribes to join them at the Crow Fair. this celebration is held at Crow Agency during the their week of August. Dancing is a popular activity at the fair. There are competitive dances such as the stylized "Straight" dance. Participants are judged on performance and regalia. The flower motif of the beadwork evolved since the Reservation period.



Three Forks Of The Missouri River
Title:
Three Forks Of The Missouri River
Scenic Montana (MT), Chrome unused

Description:
Three Forks, Montana. Here the Gallatin, the Madison and the Jefferson Rivers join to form one of the nation's mightiest and most historic rivers . . . The mighty Mo.


Welcome To Montana
Title:
Welcome To Montana
Scenic Montana (MT), Chrome unused

Description:
The Big Sky Country! Monida Pass elevation 6823. Located almost a mile and a half high in elevation, this sign on Highway 15 and 91 welcomes the traveler through Monida Pass to Montana's Big Sky Country.



Whitefish Lake
Title:
Whitefish Lake
Scenic Montana (MT), Chrome unused

Description:
One of Montana's most beautiful lakes is seen here from the city dock looking to the peaks of the Big Mountain Ski Area. The annual boat regatta here is the highlight of a busy season of fishing, boating, Swimming and vacationing. (Courtesy Mont. Highway Commission)


Yellowtail Dam Visitor Center
Title:
Yellowtail Dam Visitor Center
Scenic Montana (MT), Chrome unused

Description:
A beautiful modern building overlooking the dm and lake, operated by the National Park Service.



Canyon Ferry Recreational Area
Title:
Canyon Ferry Recreational Area
Scenic Montana (MT), Chrome unused

Description:
This beautiful area between Helena and Town - send, Montana, offer the vacationer and sportsman alike a haven for all water sports, and a paradise for the ardent angler.


Nothing Like Montana
Title:
Nothing Like Montana
Scenic Montana (MT), Divided Back PM 1910

Description:
Talk not to me of Eastern States, their cities large and grand; With operas and seaside joys way down by Jersey's sand; Of cafes fine and swell resorts, and functions up in G, Montana, perched up near the sky, is good enough for me. I've hit the trail to Iowa, and examined Kansas, too; I've touched the highest spots they've got in far-famed old Mizzoo; I've wintered in Los Angeles, also in Washington, D.C.; But none of these can get my game--they're all too slow for me.



Nothing Like Montana
Title:
Nothing Like Montana
Scenic Montana (MT), Divided Back PM 1910 Apr-21

Description:
Talk not to me of Eastern States, their cities large and grand; With operas and seaside joys way down by Jersey's sand; Of cafes fine and swell resorts, and functions up in G, Montana, perched up near the sky, is good enough for me. I've hit the trail to Iowa, and examined Kansas, too; I've touched the highest spots they've got in for-famed old Mizzoo: I've wintered in Los Angeles, also in Washington, D.C..; But none of these can get my game--they're all too slow for me.


Take Me Back To Old Montana
Title:
Take Me Back To Old Montana
Scenic Montana (MT), Divided Back PM 1910

Description:
Take me back to old Montana Where there's plenty room and air: Where there's cottonwood an 'pine trees Bitter-root an' prickly pear; Where there aint no pomp nor glitter Where a shillin's called a "bit." Where at night the magpies twitter. Where the Injun flights were fit. Take me back where the sage is plenty, Where there's rattlesnakes and ticks; where a stack of "whites" costs twenty; Where they don't sell gilded bricks. Where the old Missouri river An' the muddy Yellowstone Make green patches in the Bad Lands Where old Sittin' Bull was known. Take me where there ain't no subways, nor no forty-story shacks; Where they shy at automobiles. Dudes, plug hats an' three rail tracks; Where the old sun-tanned prospector Dreams of the sleepy night herd puncher Sings to steers and plys the quirt. Take me where there's diamond hitches. Ropes an' brands an' ca'tridge belts; Where the boys wear shapps for britches. Flannel shirts an' Stetson felts, Land of alfalfa an' copper ! Land of sapphire an gold; Take me back to dear Montana. Let me die there when I'm Old.



A Western Bachelor's Home
Title:
A Western Bachelor's Home
Scenic Montana (MT), Divided Back PM 1908 Dec-19

Description:
A Western Bachelor's Home, Wife Wanted.


Devil's Tower
Title:
Devil's Tower
Scenic Montana (MT), Divided Back PM 1913 May-31



Signal Butte, Eastern Montana
Title:
Signal Butte, Eastern Montana
Scenic Montana (MT), Divided Back PM 1910 May-20


Along The Flathead River
Title:
Along The Flathead River
Scenic Montana (MT), Divided Back PM 1908 Oct-20



Lost Trail Pass
Title:
Lost Trail Pass
Scenic Montana (MT), Chrome unused

Description:
AT ALMOST 7,000 FEET THIS BEAUTIFUL MOUNTAIN PASS ON U. S. HIGHWAY 93 LEAVES IDAHO AND ENTERS MONTANA SOUTH OF HAMILTON NEAR THE STATE'S SOUTH-WESTERN CORNER. THIS IS IN THE HEART OF THE SPECTECULAR BITTERROOT NATIONAL FOREST IN AN AREA WIDELY OCCLAIMED F


Greetings From Montana
Title:
Greetings From Montana
Scenic Montana (MT), Chrome unused

Description:
Land of 10,000 lakes. Top: Minnesota Capitol St. Paul, Minn. Bottom: Grand Rapids, Minn.



Greetings From Montana
Title:
Greetings From Montana
Scenic Montana (MT), Chrome unused

Description:
The Treasure State. "Land of the Shining Mountains".


Greetings From Montana
Title:
Greetings From Montana
Scenic Montana (MT), Chrome unused

Description:
The Treasure State. "Land of the Shining Mountains".



Greetings From Montana
Title:
Greetings From Montana
Scenic Montana (MT), Chrome unused

Description:
The Treasure State. "Land of the Shining Mountains".


Greetings From Montana
Title:
Greetings From Montana
Scenic Montana (MT), Chrome unused

Description:
The Treasure State. Greetings Upper Scene FW-357 Bison Herd Lower Scene FW-328 Hay Field



Greetings From Montana
Title:
Greetings From Montana
Scenic Montana (MT), Chrome unused

Description:
The Treasure State


Bozeman Pass , U. S. Highway No. 10
Title:
Bozeman Pass , U. S. Highway No. 10
Scenic Montana (MT), Linen PM 1947

Description:
Between Livingston and Bozeman



Lookout Point And 4Th Switchback From 5Th Level
Title:
Lookout Point And 4Th Switchback From 5Th Level
Scenic Montana (MT), Linen unused

Description:
Lookout Point, where the traveler can walk out on a mountain trail and view the Rock Creek Valley straight ahead and see the beautiful Wyoming Creek on the right. Here you see the high peaks in Montana, covered with perpetual snow. Silver Run Peak, rising 12,610 feet in the air can be seen from this point, presenting a vista of unparalleled beauty.


Yellowstone River Valley And No. 10 Highway
Title:
Yellowstone River Valley And No. 10 Highway
Scenic Montana (MT), Linen PM 1945

Description:
This immense valley is over 800 miles long from Yellowstone Park to the river's junction with The Missouri in North Dakota, exceptionally productive in many districts. This scene is between Livingston and Billings, Montana. Original Kodachrome by Cecil Nixon. A "bur sheen" reproduction.



Wolf Creek Canyon
Title:
Wolf Creek Canyon
Scenic Montana (MT), Linen unused

Description:
Wild and rugged is Wolf Creek Canyon at this point. The railroad and creek nearly a thousand feet below the camera location, and the canyon wall at this point is perfectly straight down. On Butte - Helena-Great Falls Highway 91, Montana. A natural Color reproduction of Cecil Nixon Kodachrome.


A Montana Lake Scene
Title:
A Montana Lake Scene
Scenic Montana (MT), Divided Back PM 1925



Little Chief Mountain, Going-to-the-Sun Highway
Title:
Little Chief Mountain, Going-to-the-Sun Highway
Scenic Montana (MT), Real Photo unused


Going-to-the-Sun Mountain
Title:
Going-to-the-Sun Mountain
Scenic Montana (MT), Real Photo unused



Montana Canyon, Walls of Sculptored Rock
Title:
Montana Canyon, Walls of Sculptored Rock
Scenic Montana (MT), Linen unused


Picturesque Western Mountain Scene, Swan River
Title:
Picturesque Western Mountain Scene, Swan River
Scenic Montana (MT), Linen unused



The Palisades and Shoshone River
Title:
The Palisades and Shoshone River
Scenic Montana (MT) PM 1945

Description:
Upper Shoshone Canon, On Cody Way To Yellowstone Park


Fort Owen
Title:
Fort Owen
Scenic Montana (MT), Real Photo unused

Description:
Fort Owen Between 1831 and 1840 the Flathead Indians sent out three delegations. With St. Louis as their objective to petition that "Black Robes" be sent to teach them. As a result Father De Smet a Catholic Missionary established the original St. Mary's Mission here in 1841. He and his assistants hewed logs and built a dwelling carpenter and blacksmith shops and chapel. they drove in the first oxen with wagons. carts, and plows that year and in 1842 brought cows from Colville, Wash. and raised a crop of wheat and garden produce probably the first in Montana. In 1843 assisted by Father Ravalli and others he built the first grist mill. The stones were brought from Antwerp, Belgium, via the Columbia river. The Mission was sold to Major John Owen in 1850. On its site he built a trading post and fort, the north wall of which stands. The Major was a genial and convivial host when travelers came that way and for many years Fort owen was an important trading center for whites as well as Indians.



Garden Wall From Sun Highway
Title:
Garden Wall From Sun Highway
Scenic Montana (MT), Real Photo PM 1949 Aug-09

Description:
Series G-63


Site Of The Second Camp
Title:
Site Of The Second Camp
Scenic Montana (MT), Linen unused

Description:
Site of the Second camp near the McRae Ranch on Rosebud



Medicine Hot Springs
Title:
Medicine Hot Springs
Scenic Montana (MT), Linen unused

Description:
Bitter Root Valley


Hugh Snow Banks
Title:
Hugh Snow Banks
Scenic Montana (MT), Chrome unused

Description:
On Beartooth Hi-Way in June. Scenes like this greet the early traveler over the Scenic Mountain drive from Red Lodge to Yellowstone Park North East Entrance, on Hi-way 212. Some of the snow remains all summer, and snowballing in July and August is a lot of fun for the tourist. This drift was 29 ft. high when first cut.



Silver Lake
Title:
Silver Lake
Scenic Montana (MT), Chrome unused

Description:
A few miles off Interstate 90, back of Saltese in the Bitterroot Mountains. It is typical of many beautiful lakes in this area. Bear grass and spirea are the foreground wild flowers.


Sheep By Big Dry
Title:
Sheep By Big Dry
Scenic Montana (MT), Real Photo PM 1909 Nov-10



A "Combination" Harvester And Thresher At Work
Title:
A "Combination" Harvester And Thresher At Work
Scenic Montana (MT), Divided Back PM 1912 Oct-07

Description:
This method of harvesting "dry land" grain in Montana, is growing rapidly. You will note that we use a traction engine for this purpose.


Swan River
Title:
Swan River
Scenic Montana (MT), Divided Back PM 1927 Jun-27



A View In Sixteen Mile Canyon
Title:
A View In Sixteen Mile Canyon
Scenic Montana (MT), Divided Back PM 1910


A Few Montana Cattle Brands
Title:
A Few Montana Cattle Brands
Scenic Montana (MT), Linen unused

Description:
Many a dogie. (not "doggie", - dudes please note) has been decorated with one of these famous Montana irons. A dogie is a little calf who has lost its mammy and whose daddy has run off with another cow.





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