Born to a wealthy British family, Evelyn Cameron came to Montana with her husband in 1894 to raise polo ponies. To support the ranch, Cameron took in boarders and sold produce—but her most successful venture began when she ordered a camera by mail. Her crisp black-and-white images capture the rhythms of western life—cowboys truss horses for branding, children dressed in their Sunday best peer out the doorway, and housewives show off prized poultry. Evelyn Cameron’s Montana offers a selection of the photographer’s best work, handpicked from the Montana Historical Society Photograph Archive’s collection. Each postcard is perforated for easy removal and mailing.