Summer; Historic Value; Trapping; Riparian; Cutthroat Trout, Pine Martin; Andy Anderson, Ted and Ed Williams, Jay Turner, Andrew Erickson, Bill Moore, Bud Moore; Trapper Cabin; Family
Granite Lake in the headwaters of the Brushy Fork of the Lochsa River, populated with native west-slope cutthroat trout. Two early day trapper cabins stand nearby. Story about Bud finding Andy Anderson's body. See also slide #170 of Granite Lake.
Anaconda Fire Department outfitted for parade as the Darktown Fire Brigade. They are in blackface. Some carry musical instruments. Image is entitled: Dark Town Fire Brigade. Anaconda. April 3, 1893. Anaconda, Montana.
Employees posed in front of the Anaconda Brewing Company. Left to right: Jake Rahmsterf, Henry Lindig, Mr. Johnson, Adam J. Tuchscherer (seated), Frank Bechtold, Fred Platt, name unknown, Clemens, Huber, Robert Gasse (on left wagon), John Urich (on...
Smelters of Anaconda, Montana in background of image. In foreground men appear to be hammering (perhaps for blasting?) In the middle of the image a horse-drawn wagon hauls away rock as an empty wagon arrives. Woodworth Photo (No. 245)
First jail in Montana was built in 1862 in Bannack. This image of the building was taken many years later and appears on p. 169 of 'Here Rolled the Covered Wagons' by Albert P. Salisbury and Jane S. Salisbury, Published by Superior Pub. Co., 1948.
View of the "Big Ditch," an irrigation project in the Bitterroot Valley. Men stand on a near a large pipeline that runs for miles in the distance. Image taken for the publication 'The Bitter Root Valley Montana,' but not reproduced therein.