Phone booths on the lonesome Montana prairie.
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Posted by David Schott (+14469) one month ago
Bob Kisken took a back road from Miles City, Montana, to Fort Peck, Montana, where he encountered these phone booths out in the middle of nowhere and not much else.

"I took a backroad from MC to FT Peck. It was all dirt and lonely. The only thing I saw was a ups truck, some sheep, a couple of cars and these 2 telephone booths. What I wonder is if they are still out there and in working order?"



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Posted by David Schott (+14469) one month ago
A couple more photos from Bob Kisken:

Monte Montana performing at the Eastern Montana Fairgrounds -- probably at a Bucking Horse Sale.



Wally Badgett and Bob Kisken at the Eastern Montana Fairgrounds.

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Posted by David Schott (+14469) one month ago
Here is a little bit about photographer Bob Kisken.

Bob currently resides in Denver, Colorado.

Some of Bob's photos were recently on display at the Judson H. Flower, Jr. Library at Miles Community College.

A 2013 story about Bob from the Casper Star-Tribune newspaper:

Casper Star-Tribune: Glenrock man's rodeo clown photos make rodeo hall of fame


Bob Kisken (Photo by Alan Rogers, Casper Star Tribune)

Bob has said he was most proud of a collection of his photos that were displayed in a museum in Finland. A collection of those photos can be found on the Museot Finna website: Museot Finna: Bob Kisken Photography
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Posted by Bruce Ingraham (+158) one month ago
I think the picture of the phone booth was taken at the Nelson Creek access to Fort Peck reservoir on Mt24. If it is that phone booth it is gone now.
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