THE OLD WEST
INDUSTRY COMES WEST
Industry Comes West / Modern Life / Residences
Front reads, "11 A WOLFER'S ROOST COPYRIGHT 1907 L. A. HUFFMAN" The
wood stove is used for both cooking and heat.
Front reads, "NO. 15. THE HOME OF THE HUFFMAN PICTURES MILES CITY,
MONTANA, BUILT UPON CUSTER'S TRAIL NEAR CROSSING OF TONGUE RIVER. © L.
A. HUFFMAN, MILES CITY, MONTANA." Nothing on reverse, no date, never
Reverse of above left postcard reads, "The
Huffman Pictures Milestown, Montana A professional wolfer's 'roost' in
the Hell Creek Breaks of Northern Montana. Wolfers live a lonely life.
Some of them are educated men and tidy housekeepers. A wolfer destroys
wolves for the bounty paid by the state, the pelts sold to fur dealers,
and ofttimes for an additional fee from nearby cattle men." No
date, never mailed.
The front of the card reads, "289-4 Res. of E. T. Broadwater Havre
Mont" Postmark illegible. No attribution. An identical card in the
collection has a hand written notation on the front which reads "2nd ave."