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Ernest Neath, manager, seated at desk speaking into a microphone in the KXLQ station, Z Bar Network, in Bozeman, Montana.

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"The Night Owl" program - an all night Saturday night show for DX fans in the mid-thirties, KGIR transmitting control room. Butte, Montana. Left: Ed Craney Right: Emmet Burke. This all-night program was popular with DXers. DXers were radio…

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Interior photograph of the KGIR Studio, 121 West Broadway, Butte, Montana. KGIR 500 Watt Transmitter in Standard Bldg.

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KGIR Anaconda Studio in Staggs Store, [includes piano,
drum, wicker furniture, lamps and carpets.]

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"Members of the KXLF music department take special care in the selection and arranging of programs from their large library of music of all types." Record Library KXLF, Z Bar Network, Butte, Montana.

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KXLK Broadcast of the Montana State Fair in Great Falls, Montana. [Possibly Lloyd Scott is the man operating the television camera.]

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Members of the legislature speaking from Governor's Reception Room, Capitol building, Helena, Montana during a remote broadcast session.

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Gary Cooper at the microphone, ground-breaking ceremony at the site of the Canyon Ferry Dam project.
Z Bar Network - XL remote broadcast from Canyon Ferry Dam. Typed notation adhered to verso: "One of the hottest highlights (and we mean "hottest"…

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Ed Craney seated at a table at an early condenser microphone. Condenser microphones were developed in 1916 by E.C. Wente at Bell Labs and helped overcome frequency issues associated with earlier carbon microphones. Condenser microphones, along with…

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Ed Craney seated third from left with Sidney Strotz, NBC Chicago radio executive, standing to the right. "From Sidney Strotz, NBC" (verso)

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Al Pearce, Ed Craney, K.O. MacPherson [KGIR announcer/operator] and members of Al Pearce and his gang. An afternoon NBC show after fishing on Madison near "Hutchins."

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Moving image capture of John J. Jewell in the Russell Gallery of the Montana Historical Society. Jewell stands before the painting "Charlie Russell and His Friends" and discusses the artist, his friends, and the character and camaraderie of these…

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Moving image capture of Ed Craney interviewing Ed O'Connell, a staff member for Colonel "Buffalo Bill" Cody. O'Connell describes the business acumen and holdings of the showman and his sister Mary "May" Cody Decker.

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Moving image capture of Mike Kennedy, director of the Montana Historical Society, discussing the finances of the MHS including donations and tax support.

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Moving image capture of Ed Craney interviewing avalanche survivor Jean Sullivan. Sullivan's family homesteaded property near Glacier National Park and Sullivan's experience occurred ca. 1908.

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Moving image capture of Mike Kennedy, director of the Montana Historical Society, discussing the small painting "Last of the 5,000" which established Russell's reputation as an artist.

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Moving image capture of John Jewell discussing the Charles Russell painting Lewis and Clark Meet the Flatheads located in the chamber of the House of Representatives at the State Capitol. Jewell recalls a visit where Russell recommended better…

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Moving image capture of Mike Kennedy, director of the Montana Historical Society, discussing Charlie Russell while focusing on the painting of the Mandan Lodge. It is a watercolor painted by Charlie Russell in 1908 which he then donated to the…

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Moving image capture of Mike Kennedy, director of the Montana Historical Society, explaining that in addition to the two Charlie Russell rooms, there are three art galleries where the shows change monthly. Instead of visiting the Society once every…

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Moving image capture of John J. Jewell in the Russell Gallery of the Montana Historical Society. Jewell describes "The Herd Quitter" one of the Charlie Russell paintings on display. He then recounts the founding of the Montana Historical Society and…

Catalog #Lot 34 B7 F6 04.jpg
Park street looking east. Shiner's furniture is at the lower left.

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Woman in dark dress is a live model for Hennessy's
Department Store. Camera at left, TV at right.
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