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The front of the above header photo reads, "Custer Monument and Battlefield, Crow Agency, Montana"
This color tinted folding double sized postcard is a panorama photo of visitors on a hilltop looking at a monument enclosed in a wrought iron fence. Two horse drawn wagons with their drivers wait nearby.
Front reads, "View Looking Northwest Towards Custer Hill Where Troop I
was Annihilated and Where Capt. Keough's horse Comanche was Found.
Custer Battlefield - Mont. HFP" Nothing on reverse, no date, never mailed.
Front reads, "copyright by Huffman, Miles, Mont. 92 - Grave of Lieut. Sturgis." Nothing on reverse, no date, never mailed.
Front reads, "Custer Battlefield and National Cemetary, Montana"
Color illustration of a movie ad for Custer's Last Stand [see caption below].
Front of above right postcard reads, "Custer's Last Stand Greatest Motion Picture Ever Conceived or Constructed It is Coming - Watch for It Reproduced by Special Permission on the Original Battlefield in Montana by the Montana Motion Picture Co. (Inc.) Beware of Phonies and Fakes None genuine Except Exhibited by This Company." Insets read "Custer Monument" and "Maj-Gen G. A. Custer" Reverse reads "Royal Theatre, Tecumseh, Mich., One Night Only, Tuesday, March 15th. Over 5,000 Feet of Film Shown. Admission
10c and 20c" No date, never mailed.