The grouping contains three large prints by L.A. Huffman, all featuring architecture and daily life from the frontier in Montana. The first features a grouping of cabins/shacks and people and is labeled in black ink "FIRST SHACK, 10th ST. MILES TOWN 1877" along with Huffman's copyright (17 1/4 x 12 1/4 inches). The second shows a corral of horses in the foreground and a small house in the background and is marked "Wills Spears forty mile Ranch, near Lodge Grass" with Huffman's copyright, all in black ink, in Huffman's hand (10 x 16 inches). The last is lightly colorized and shows a log bridge across a mostly dried up river with a mule cart in the foreground and is marked "The Old Log Bridge, Main St 1880" along with Huffman's copyright, all in white ink (11 x 20 1/2 inches) Laton Alton Huffman (1854-1931) is famous for his photography of Montana life, including Native Americans, the landscape, wildlife, and ranching. Many of his prints were later colorized and enlarged.
All are fine or better with distinct images some scattered light staining and some scattered light tears in the edges.
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