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N.A. Forsyth, Butte, Montana, Group of Four Mining Stereoviews
10/15/2015 - American History: Timed Auction - ends 10/26
Lot of 4 views of copper mining and processing in Butte, Montana, in the early 20th century.  These views are from what is considered one of  best stereoscopic series of mining ever produced. All with Forsyth's Butte address stamped on verso and titles in the recto margin: Loading Ore Car from Chute in one of Butte's Great Mines; Bringing in the Copper Ore; Mammoth Air Compressors, Original Mine; and 49 - The Great Steel Hoist, Original Mine, Butte, Mont.

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