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The Bozeman and Gallatin Valley History Collection is largely made up of three collections that provide a glimpse of the area and its inhabitants during the early part of the twentieth century. The life of a cowboy on the famous Flying D Ranch is conveyed by photographs taken during the 1930-1940s by Jim Pratt and Bill Shunk. Early colorized photos of the Bozeman Pass and Gallatin Canyon are the work of Wyoming photographer Jessamine Spear Johnson during a visit in 1927. The excitement of Bozeman’s own first wildwest show and rodeo, the 1920 Bozeman Roundup, appears in images captured by an unknown photographer.

Flying D Ranch -Jones and Edwards

Flying D Ranch -Jones and Edwards

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