|Born: Laton Alton Huffman |
|Dates: ||1854 - 1931|
Photographer of the American West.
Excellent descriptions of L.A. Huffman and his trials with Nig, a difficult mule, and other adventures in G.O. Shields Rustlings in the Rockies: Hunting and Fishing by Mountain and Stream (Chicago: Belford, Clarke & Co., 1883)
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Miles City, MT, US
[7-9] *[Laton Alton Huffman] "Published by...";
"Ideal View Co."; "Fine Indian Portraits A
Specialty. Rates To The Trade"; "Bad Lands and
Big Horn Scenery", views include Yellowstone, MT
& DT scy.; "Northern Pacific Views", Indians;
views of explosion in Butte. Post Photog. for
Fort Keogh, MT, 78 taking views of Indians and
soldiers on CMs; 78, opened a studio in Miles
City where he took 200+ loc.city/country scy.,
people; hunting; cattle drives, etc.; overall
fine record of the disappearing west. CR many
views; B. 51, D. 31. SEE Brown & Felton L.A.
Huffman, photographer of the plains, & L.A.
HUFFMAN, photographer on horseback, 1956.
T.K. Treadwell & William C. Darrah (Compiled by), Wolfgang, Sell (Updated by), 11/28/2003, Photographers of the United States of America, (National Stereoscopic Association)
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