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May 2017

Sedition in Gallatin County

Sugar, the Kaiser and Two Years Imprisonment

by Kelly Hartman

On April 11, 1918 Frank McVey, a laborer from Illinois, stepped into a Logan restaurant, about 25 miles from Bozeman. His complaint about sugar and a comment in support of the Kaiser landed him in the local jail. He would spend the next three…

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October 2016

Historic Preservation in Bozeman?

by Julia Strehlau-Jacobs

There are many fascinations with travelling abroad, including various languages, cultures, culinary food, and diverse architecture. Often times the architecture distinguishes a location through its old age. When thinking of Europe, the first…

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October 2016

The Demon Douglass and the War Widow

by Angie Ripple

In 1965, after years of AMC Sullivan Photo Company employees working around, and stumbling over, a bump in the basement floor of their business at 115 E Main St in Downtown Bozeman, they removed the protruding stone. When the stone was turned…

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