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The Old West / Animals / Wild Animals
No text on front. Reverse reads, "Rugged, tawny Rocky Mountain Sheep Color photo by Bruno Angler" and "Scenic Art P.O. Box 67, Station A, Berkeley 2, Calif." and "Natural Color Card Printed in U.S.A." No date, never mailed.
Front reads, "9503 ROCKY MOUNTAIN SHEEP, GLACIER NATIONAL PARK [handwritten: "Mont"] 7A-H481" Top right reads, "PHOTO BY HILEMAN." Reverse reads, "Glacier Park Co." and "'C.T. Art Colortone' Reg. U.S. Pat. Off." No date, never mailed.
Mountain goat. No text of front. [Reverse text below.]
Front reads, "No. 25 Rocky Mountain Sheep in National Park." And
"copyright 1904, by W. S. Berry, Gardiner, Mont." Nothing on reverse,
no date, never sent.
Reverse of above left postcard reads, "1042 - Mountain goat, Glacier National Park, Montana.
These animals inhabit the steepest cliffs and highest mountains of the
park and are frequently seen by visitors, especially at Logan Pass on
the Going-to-the-Sun Highway." And "Published by Douglas Whiteside, El
Portal, Calif." No date, never mailed.
Caption reads, "Solitude" with "© 1952 - Trail's End Pub. Co. Inc." Artist signed, "CM Russell [buffalo skull]"
Reverse of above right postcard reads, "Charles M. Russell (1864-1926), Montana's famous Cowboy Artist, was the foremost interpreter of the life of the cowboy and
Indian of the early West. He lived among the Indians and was a cowboy
in the open range days before the coming of the railroad. This
reproduction direct from the original by C. M. Russell - fully protected
by copyright." and "Trail's End Post Card Trail's End Pub. Co. Inc.,
725 Michigan Blvd., Pasadena 10, California" Never mailed.