Photo caption reads: Zauggs. (Men and women standing next to small covered wagon ; a girl is sitting side saddle on one of horses ; home and hillside visible in background ; wagon cover has printing on it)
Photo caption reads: Left to right - 1. Cornelius deWit, 2. Ty Jacobson, 3. __ 4. __ 5. __ 6. __ 7. __ 8. Fred Farmer, 9. __ 10. Donald McKay, 11. __ 12. __ (Twelve young adults ; stand in row outdoors)
Yellowstone River ten miles southeast of Livingston, Montana. Plate 78b. A dense stand of Douglas-fir, limber pine, and Rocky Mountain juniper now occupies near slope shown in original view. The grass cover on this slope has been largely eliminated...
Swan Lake (Mont.) ; Silloway, P. M. (Perley Milton)
Group from Yellow Bay on a field trip at Swan Lake. Note reads: "Prof. Silloway standing foreground; Mother on right in flowery hat; Mrs. Ricker leaning on tree; at foot of Swan Lake - ? Johnson cabin sold to be Kelley - Evans property."
Worden and Company Store, Missoula, Montana. Identification on image reads: Left to Right - William Pulliam, A. G. Swaney, Frank, Lowe, Cleveland Lathrop, Ben Brown, Jesse (?), Fred Stoddard, Henry Worden.
Woody, Frank H. (Frank Hargrave), 1833-1916 -- Paxson, E. S., 1852-1919.
Worden and Company Store, Hellgate, Montana, built in 1860. C. P. Higgins and F. L. Worden, builders and owner, left to right, Judge F. H. Woody, first clerk and first postmaster, Missoula, Montana, and Colonel E. S. Paxson, famous Montana artist.
Photo caption reads: Left to right - Alice Langaas, Wilma Nelson, Mary Beth (Bush) Hatch, Tyra Hill, Lillian Koski, Olga Ranta, Erma Niemi. (Mary Beth and Tyra hold guitars ; Lillian holds a banjo ; outdoors)