Inventory of the Edward Gryczan Photographs, circa 1949

Descriptive Summary

Abstract: Edward J. Gryczan worked for the United States Forest Service.

The collection includes photographs of the Troy Ranger Station, Troy, Montana and surrounding area, circa 1949, taken by Edward Gryczan.

Title: Edward Gryczan Photographs, circa 1949

Creator: Gryczan, Edward

Repository: Forest History Society Library and Archives

Call Number: 2878

Language of Material: Material in English

Extent: 0.25 linear feet (44 photographs)


Biographical Note

Edward J. Gryczan worked for the United States Forest Service. The 1958 USFS organizational directory lists Gryczan as administative worker at the Grand Mesa-Uncompahgre National Forest in Colorado.


Collection Overview

The collection includes photographs of the Troy Ranger Station, Troy, Montana and surrounding area, circa 1949, taken by Edward Gryczan.

Collection Arrangement

  1. Troy Ranger Station Photographs, circa 1949


Subject Headings

  • Gryczan, Edward
  • Troy (Mont.) -- Photographs
  • United States. Forest Service. Northern Region


Detailed Description of the Collection

1. Troy Ranger Station Photographs, circa 1949.

Captions written on back are included below.

  • Item 1
    Getting up in the world, Kootenai Falls, Ed Gryczan, Crewman Trails.
  • Item 2
    Here's Where I measured Trains Going By
  • Item 3
    Cuhnel Olivuh Suh at Yaak Mountain, Bill Oliver, University of Florida
  • Item 4
    Garage and Lower Bunkhouse at Troy Ranger Station
  • Item 5
    Ruby Creek Falls, May 1949
  • Item 6
    Kootenai River as Seen from Ruby Creek Road
  • Item 7
    Yaak Mountain as Seen from Dillon's Place
  • Item 8
    Ruby Creek, Downstream of the Falls, May 1949
  • Item 9
    Ruby Creek, May 1949
  • Item 10
    Yaak River, May 1949
  • Item 11
    Kootenai Falls
  • Item 12
    Kootenai Falls, May 1949
  • Item 13
    Bull Lake, A Peak, and Fallen Mountain (Mountain Vernon) as Seen from Keeler Mountain Road
  • Item 14
    Mission Mountains: the Alps of the United States, March 5, 1949
  • Item 15
    Kootenai and Lake Creek Valleys as Seen from Goat Mountain
  • Item 16
    Cabinet Mountains as Seen from Keeler Mountain
  • Item 17
    Smith Mountain Patrol Point and an Old Burn
  • Item 18
    Ruby Creek Falls
  • Item 19
    Looking West from Yaak Mountain
  • Item 20
    Obrien Creek as Seen by Looking East from Yaak Mountain
  • Item 21
    Looking Northwest from Yaak Mountain
  • Item 22
    Looking South from Yaak Mountain
  • Item 23
    Looking Northeast from Yaak Mountain
  • Item 24
    Buckhorn Ridge as seen from Yaak Mountain
  • Item 25
    Maiginity Ridge as seen from Yaak Mountain
  • Item 26
    Looking North from Yaak Mountain
  • Item 27
    Looking Southeast from Yaak Mountain
  • Item 28
    Ruby Creek Falls
  • Item 29
    Kootenai Falls in Spring Flood
  • Item 30
    Yaak Mountain Lookout
  • Item 31
    Keeler Mountain Loookout
  • Item 32
    Missoula Montana, Taken from Beacon Atop Mountain Sentinal, 1949
  • Item 33
    Office at Troy Ranger Station, Ed Gryczan
  • Item 34
    J. B. Dillon at Yaak Mountain Lookout
  • Item 35
    J. B. Dillon and his Smoke Chaser's Radio Truck, John Benner
  • Item 36
    Bull Lake, South of Troy, Highway 2
  • Item 37
    Jim Warman, Work crew, Troy District Kootenai
  • Item 38
    Wayne McGaw and Duane Dixon, Two Crewmen on Trail Crew, Troy District
  • Item 39
    J. B. Dillon, Troy Headquarters Fireman, Timber Staff on Kootenai
  • Item 40
    Brandy, Would Chase Bears Parkhouse to Lookout
  • Item 41
    Spar Lake and Spar Peak, Wilderness on Montana/Idaho Boundary
  • Item 42-43


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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Edward Gryczan Photographs, Library and Archives, Forest History Society, Durham, NC, USA.

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