Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Photographs of Native American Indians by Roland Reed, probably taken primarily in Montana (including Glacier National Park) circa 1909-1915. Most of the photographs are posed, showing the subjects outdoors wearing traditional clothing, often next to scenic natural features such as waterfalls, streams, and rock formations. Some were published in James Willard Schultz’s Blackfeet Tales of Glacier National Park, 1916.
The collection contains a narrative poem, photographic album, and seperate photographs. Edward Traynor's grandfather, Fredrick Hamilton Redington, took the photographs in the album from 1905 on his annual summer trip to Yellowstone. The family made a summer trip out to Yellowstone yearly, because Redington's first wife, Phoebe Hargraves, was from Cody.
The collection includes a photo album from a 1937 road trip from Toledo, Ohio to Yellowstone Park. Some interesting photos in the album include Mount Rushmore in its final stages of construction, dude ranches, and Yellowstone Park. This documents what one would have seen on a cross country road trip during 1937.
The collection includes a photograph album of early twentieth century life in Montana. The years in the album range from 1919 to 1930 and the subjects of the photograph appear to all be apart of the same family. The pictures are of the town in Montana that they lived in, significant moments in their lives, and trips to Yellowstone and dude ranches in Wyoming.
This collection consists of 40 framed photographs by William Shepley, depicting various aspects of Western life from 1990-2003. Included are captions by the photographer to describe each image.