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In this photo contributed by the University of Montana’s Mansfield Library Archives (486 IX_121 018), Professors Elrod and Aber stand with others in front of a Hotel Florence stagecoach and horses in the early 1900s. Originally built in 1888, the hotel was destroyed by fire in 1913. The hotel was rebuilt but burned again in 1936. Pehrson began construction on the third incarnation of the hotel in 1941. The Florence Hotel remained in operation until the 1970s, when it was converted for offices and other commercial uses.

In this photo contributed by the University of Montana’s Mansfield Library Archives (486 IX_122 021), former president Theodore Roosevelt campaigns in front of the Western Montana Bank building on April 11, 1911. A large crowd packs the southeast corner of Higgins Avenue and Broadway Street, and more spectators can be seen watching from roofs, windows, and balconies. Roosevelt, campaigning for the newly formed Bull Moose party, divided the Republican vote and lost to Woodrow Wilson. Wilson served as president between 1913 and 1921.

In this photo contributed by the University of Montana’s Mansfield Library Archives (umt010243), a group of five American soldiers in uniform pose on a rocky outcrop at Fort Missoula, circa 1900. The men were United States Army soldiers of the 25th Infantry. The 25th Infantry Bicycle Corps were organized on May 12, 1896 to test the practicality of the bicycle for military purposes. In August of 1896, they made the 800 mile round trip to Yellowstone and back. In 1897, they rode 1,900 miles to St. Louis, Missouri, and returned by rail. The Infantry averaged 50 miles per day and tested the bicycles in a variety of harsh road and weather conditions. By 1898,
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the bicycle program began to be phased out.

In this photo contributed by the University of Montana’s Mansfield Library Archives (486 IX_121 018), Professors Elrod and Aber stand with others in front of a Hotel Florence stagecoach and horses in the early 1900s. Originally built in 1888, the hotel was destroyed by fire in 1913. The hotel was rebuilt but burned again in 1936. Pehrson began construction on the third incarnation of the hotel in 1941. The Florence Hotel remained in operation until the 1970s, when it was converted for offices and other commercial uses.

In this photo contributed by the University of Montana’s Mansfield Library Archives (486 IX_122 021), former president Theodore Roosevelt campaigns in front of the Western Montana Bank building on April 11, 1911. A large crowd packs the southeast corner of Higgins Avenue and Broadway Street, and more spectators can be seen watching from roofs, windows, and balconies. Roosevelt, campaigning for the newly formed Bull Moose party, divided the Republican vote and lost to Woodrow Wilson. Wilson served as president between 1913 and 1921.

In this photo contributed by the University of Montana’s Mansfield Library Archives (umt010243), a group of five American soldiers in uniform pose on a rocky outcrop at Fort Missoula, circa 1900. The men were United States Army soldiers of the 25th Infantry. The 25th Infantry Bicycle Corps were organized on May 12, 1896 to test the practicality of the bicycle for military purposes. In August of 1896, they made the 800 mile round trip to Yellowstone and back. In 1897, they rode 1,900 miles to St. Louis, Missouri, and returned by rail. The Infantry averaged 50 miles per day and tested the bicycles in a variety of harsh road and weather conditions. By 1898,
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the bicycle program began to be phased out.