THE OLD WEST
INDUSTRY COMES WEST
Industry Comes West / Old Meets New / Bridges
The front of the above header photo reads, "The Missouri River Valley R. R. Bridge crossing the Yellowstone. Glendive, Mont." Also reads, "Rights Res'd. Foster" Dated 2/23/15. Reverse reads, "This is a real photograph, Made by L. A. Foster Photo Co., Glendive, Mont."
Front reads, "Longest Bridge in Montana, 1750 Ft. Across Yellowstone
River, - Glendive, Mont" [Further caption below]
Front reads, "Wagon Bridge Crossing the Yellowstone at Glendive, Mont.
J. H. Miskimen" Postmarked Sept. 7, 1909 from Wibaux, MT
Date on above left postcard is difficult to read but appears to be March 8, 1910. Writer says, "Thos. and the boys are out on the claims busy
building so we can get moved Lessa has a position in a Milliners shop
at $48. per month She will stay here [Glendive] for some time yet. But
I will go to the ranch as soon as we get the house built....Elmer will
work with a steam plow as fireman."
Nothing on front. Collector wrote, "Warm Springs Cañon, and Warm Springs
Creek (source of the Columbia River) near Durant, Mont." on reverse. No
date, never mailed.
Front reads, " No. 238 on G. N. trestle at Corbin" Nothing on reverse, no date, never mailed.