THE OLD WEST
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The Old West / Places / Scenery
Front reads, "Gate of the Rocky Mountains, near Helena, Montana" and
"Greetings from Bozeman, Montana"
[see below for reverse inscription]
Front reads, "Jack Mountain and Basin, from the Gallatin Way. Bozeman,
Mont." Reverse reads, "S. G. Phillips, Publisher, Bozeman, Mont." and "Post Cards of Quality - The Albertype Co., Brooklyn, N. Y." No date, never mailed.
Reverse of above left postcard reads, "The towering
perpendicular mountains; the frowning darkness of their rocky walls are
tremendously impressive in this spot where the Missouri River forms the
gate to the Rocky Mountains. This magnificently scenic spot is 20 miles
north of Helena, and was discovered by Meriwether Lewis in 1805." and,
"Natural Color Post Card Made in U. S. A. by E. C. Kropp Co., Milwaukee,
Wis. - (HCL)" No date, never mailed
Front reads, "Indian Caves, near Billings, Montana"
Reverse of left postcard reads,
"Outstanding among many tourist attractions near Billings, Montana, are
the Ghost and Inscription Caves which were used as habitations by the
Indians. Excavations begun in 1937 by archaeologists have uncovered
evidence that three civilizations of primitive man have used these
caves. They are located seven miles southeast of Billings." And, "Pub.
by Jerome Kohn Co., Billings, Montana Natural Color Post Card Made in
U. S. A. by E. C. Kropp Co., Milwaukee, Wis. - (FLL)" No date never mailed