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Emma Stoker Photographs, 1900-1930
- Stoker, Emma, 1894-1962
- Emma Stoker Photographs
- .2 linear feet
- Collection Number
- Collection 0485, MtBC, us (collection)
- The Emma Stoker Photographs are a collection of copy prints taken from the album loaned to MSU by Mary Leth in 1967. The photographs have been gathered into topically labeled folders. Included are early views of Belgrade, Pony, and Norris, Montana.
Montana State University Library, Merrill G. Burlingame Special Collections
Montana State University-Bozeman Library
Merrill G Burlingame Special Collections
P.O. Box 173320
- Access Restrictions
This collection is open for research.
Biographical NoteReturn to Top
Emma Stoker was born at Red Bluff, Montana in 1894 the daughter of John H. and Mary K. Stoker. She had a brother and a sister, also born at Red Bluff, Alfred J. and Birdie. Emma’s father was a gold miner and worked at claims in the Red Bluff and Norris area of Madison County, Montana. Emma worked as a nurse during her adult life, but she continued to call Red Bluff home until she died in 1962.
Content DescriptionReturn to Top
The Emma Stoker photographs are a collection of copy prints taken from the album loaned to MSU by Mary Leth in 1967. Many of the copy photographs are of poor quality, although it cannot be determined if the originals were in the same condition. The photographs have been individually numbered, with corresponding negatives, and gathered into topically labeled folders. Included are early views of Belgrade, Pony, and Norris, Montana. A few of the images have been identified and bear annotations.
Administrative InformationReturn to Top
An original photograph album created by Emma Stoker was loaned to the Montana State University Library for copying by May Leth of Norris, Montana in March, 1967. After the photographs were duplicated the original was returned to Leth and its present location is unknown.
This collection was processed 2018 June 11
Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top
|1/4||Madison Canyon power line construction|
|1/12||Negatives numbered 1-80|