Evelyn Cameron left a life of privilege in England to join her ornithologist husband, Ewen, on a ranch near Terry, Montana. A self-taught photographer, she captured images of the landscape, wildlife and people of Eastern Montana from 1890-1928. The 35 framed images represent a cross-section of her interests, including homesteading life, the birds of eastern Montana, and the intriguing badland landscapes near Terry. The Western Heritage Center produced the first traveling exhibit of Cameron’s photographs in 1988. Evelyn Cameron’s original negatives are now housed at the Montana Historical Society in Helena.
(Pictured: Dick Brown, wolfer)