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Rachel Phillips Monday Mar. She worked as a telephone operator before marrying her first husband, who died after an accident on their honeymoon. InAudrey moved to Bozeman and purchased the only locally owned pizza place. Loyalty to Audrey pried sleepy employees from their beds on freezing winter nights when customers needed a pizza delivered. The restaurant revived inand is currently located in Billings, Montana. She arrived with her first husband and two small daughters in Difficult times ensued, and her husband took the children and left, abandoning Rosa. She never saw her daughters again, and sadly, neither survived to adulthood.
Rosa married William J. Beall inand they made their home on the north side of town. James Episcopal Church for the rest of her life. Mary Blackmore Wealthy English couple William and Mary Blackmore stopped in Bozeman inintending to take a brief rest before exploring Yellowstone. Mary became suddenly ill and Lester and Emma Weeks Willson welcomed the couple into their home. Sadly, Mary died only days after her arrival. William Blackmore purchased several acres of land on a hill overlooking town, buried his wife, and donated the land to the city.
Ferdinand Hayden, Yellowstone explorer and recipient of financial backing from William Blackmore. As for William, he returned to England, where his empire crumbled and his life tragically ended in suicide. Her brief marriage to Edward Buzalsky began just before World War II, where Edward was tragically killed in while serving as a tank commander in Belgium.
Even in retirement, she never lost her passion for sports and religiously cheered on local high school and college athletes.
Bertha Clow Trained nutritionist Bertha Clow came to Bozeman from Wisconsin in to the faculty at Montana State College and taught nutrition in the home economics department for the next 40 years. Besides teaching, Bertha enjoyed consulting with local organizations and writing newspaper columns.
Weaving together her love of history and nutrition, Clow transformed early recipes, diets, home remedies, and even holiday dinners into articles and books. A talented photographer, Clow was a dedicated member of the Bozeman Camera Club.
She and her fellow club members captured iconic images around Montana and Gallatin County during the U. Bicentennial in After traveling to Bozeman in the early s, she quickly established herself as a highly successful madam, owning multiple local properties and a large mansion in New York. For several decades, prostitution was a big business in Bozeman, and a thriving red-light district operated just north of East Main Street.River Road Ranch - Luxury Riverfront Property for Sale near Bozeman, Montana
Madams like Cousselle contributed to the economy by arranging loans for Bozeman citizens and financing new development. She also provided early Bozeman doctors with a hospital. After her death inher body was transported back to New York, where she was buried at Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn. Gustavus Doane. Despite their age difference Lt. Doane was 20 years olderthe two married in Mary assisted the DAR in placing historical markers around the Bozeman area, and her photographs of old Fort Ellis remain invaluable resources.
In addition to her store and its employees, Minnie loved animals. Preston advocated support for downtown businesses while witnessing dramatic city growth that brought in national retail chains. Sarah Tracy InBozeman was beginning to resemble a community. Businesses sprang up, and men journeyed east, each eager to return with a wife.
One such spouse was Sarah Tracy, bride of local businessman William H. Upon her arrival in Bozeman, she was greeted at the hotel by a crowd of men and only two other women. Seventeen-year-old Sarah never forgot her first meal in town. It did look somewhat like curiosity…I wonder if they thought Mr.
Guy admitted to Sarah Tracy afterward that such a large guest list more than 70 men was irregular. Sarah went on to write a fascinating reminiscence about her trip to Yellowstone in A bond issue passed, and a new Bozeman Public Library was constructed a few blocks away from the old Carnegie library on North Bozeman Avenue. Planning took a full year, culminating in a community-wide, five-day building marathon. View more of Rachel Phillips 's work ». Bozeman Magazine. All Regional Events Music Family. Education Art. Business Nightlife Recreation Ranting.
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