People and culture

 

Dudley's photographs of family, friends, and people were keepsake photographs for him, but give us 21sth century Montanans a glimpse into our cultural past--how we lived, worked, and played.
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The photos above show the clothing of the 1920's, 1930's, and 1940's.  
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In Montana, the way to make a living and to survive in the late 1800's was usually by farming and ranching.  This way of life still exists today. 
These photos were taken on September 16th, 1951, just above the old crow agency near Absarokee, Montana.  the Crow Indians celebrated 100 years of the treaty signed in 1851 at Fort Laramie In Wyoming.

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