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Burns Stockyards, October 1939, showing cattle in loading pens going up the ramp to rail cars on shipping day. Steam engine at left background. Four horses in foreground with dog. The yards were built in exchange for the right of way needed by the railroad to go through the Benton Land & Livestock Company property. It was a great help to local ranchers and, when the railroad no longer would ship cattle by rail, it caused hardship for the ranchers...
Albert Gates, brother of James P. Gates, and his family. Albert is at far left. Back row, from left: Amelia (Millie) Borwn Gates, Albert's wife; daughter Flora Gates. Front row, from left: son Artie Gates, Flora's daughter, and Anna Gates (daughter of Millie and Albert).