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Volume XXVII Number 1, Spring 2018 #128

Decked out for the Derby

Decked out for the Derby

Florence Josephine Fleming, 1934

About The Cover:

Florence Josephine Fleming was a sister to Arthur Fleming, a Gateway and Grasmere based U. S. Customs agent. Born in Great Falls in the late 1880s, she may never have even visited the Tobacco Valley, but she was a pretty woman with a magnificent hat and we could not resist featuring her on the cover. On the back of the photograph Florence has written: “I was stooping over and it makes me appear round shouldered.” (Courtesy Deb Fleming)

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Burr’s Bear two photographs
4
Frowning Toddler to Happy Flapper two photographs
5
Letters to the Editor, etc.
6
The Journal an editorial
7
The Voice
7
Inspired by History Writing Contest
8
A Conversation with Ray and Shirley Jacobs
13
Best of The Trail: Dope Fiends are Leaving Montana
13
Pearls of Wisdom: Arlie Burk 1998
14
War Hysteria by Gary Montgomery
16 & 17
Centerfold: Fun on Water Tank Hill circa 1949.
18
Excerpts from Harvesting Shadows by H. D. Smiley
21
Reprinted from the Kootenai Times: Columbia River Fur Trade Prior to 1811
23
Reflections - Spring 1918
24
Eyes Wide Open by Danica Cate
26
Birth of a Station by Oliver Coburn
28
Dear Dad a letter
29
The Arthur and Frances Fleming Family a photograph
30
T Tales: Never Again!
31
The Diary of Roy Eischelberger
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