Kane School wagon: Daniel Beal, Bus driver and son Bud
This ferry was originally in Greybull and was brought down the river for use in Kane. It was in business until a bridge was built over the Big Horn River. It looks like it was big enough to haul two wagons.
Shoshone River Bridge
Town of Kane looking East: Quarnstrom Pool Hall, Kane Mercantile, Depot
Riley Kane – a hired hand on the ML Ranch, was the first postmaster. The town was named after him.
Mrs. Eliza Jane Bassett is out feeding her chickens. They look like Rhode Island Reds.
School Groups. Frances Broscious’ class above.
Section House at Kane, Wyoming.
Railroad tracks at Kane, Wyoming
Railroad Crew at Kane, Wyoming
Kane School house
Cutting Ice on the Big Horn River
Close up of cutting ice blocks for storage
More ice blocking
Gold mine at Kane
Housing for Railroad workers at Kane.
Working on the new highway over the Mountain.
First State Bank of Kane, Wyoming
Broscious Beet Harvest at Kane, Wyoming
Big Horn River Bridge at Kane, Wyoming
Schoolwagon and Driver