Sepia photo of a buffalo (bison) herd on a mountain plain
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The Old West / Animals / Buffalo

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Sepia photo of a buffalo (bison) herd on flat land with mountains behind
Front reads, "Largest Herd of Buffalo in the World, Missoula, Mont." Stamped left bottom, "Simons' Art Store."
Colored photo of buffalo (bison) bulls and cows on a green rolling plain
Front top reads, "7804 Buffalo on the Plains of the Great West"
Bottom reads, "Remnant of a Mighty Horde (sic) that Once Thronged the Prairies"
Black and white photo of a herd of buffalo with a white bison in front
Front reads, "White buffalo born in 1944 at Moise [Moiese], Montana
J.W. Meiers — Polson, Montana"
Sepia photo of a white bison calf leaning back against something
Front reads: "©
The Second White Bison in the world today
U.S. Bison Reserve Moise, Montana J.W. Meiers"
Colored photo of a herd of bison in a pen at a railroad station dated 1910
Front reads, "Buffaloes [sic] in a corrall [sic] at Ravalli, Montana, waiting to be shipped to Canada." Reverse reads, "Published by Spokane Post Card Co., Spokane, Wash. No. 5154. Made in Germany" Dated "3.28.10"
Sepia toned photo: standing bison bull in a clearing, horse and rider in background
Front reads, "Sir Donald Banff Age 34" Postmarked August 15, 1906. Reverse reads, "W. T. Ridgley Press Great Falls" Sender wrote on front, "Helena, Mont. Aug 15 of 06"

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