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    TOWN OF ROUNDUP, MONTANA - BIRD'S EYE VIEW - LARGE FORMAT IMPERIAL CARD - ca. 1915. This is a rare image of Roundup, Montana, which shows a good detail of the early, rural town. This is similar to the format of a photo postcard, however much larger and mounted as the black card measures 18"x 8" overall, with the photograph itself being 15.5" x 5". The image records a tremendous amount of detail, even though some of the contrast was lost in the transfer. The sky is very dark, and the tone is dark. The name of the local saloon, "The Roundup - Pool Tables", is visible in the town's main street, and just off the right side of the image the "Montana Lumber Company" can be seen. There is a makeshift camp tent with clothes drying on a line and a small corral where horses are being circled to the far left. A good, early town image for a Montana or Western collector.

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    November, 2007
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