H. R. Locke
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Henry Robinson Locke (1856 - 1927) was an American photographer in the 19th and 20th century who photographed the Wild West. He ran a studio in Deadwood, South Dakota. He photographed the Black Hills area, Deadwood, Crow Indians, farmers, miners, railroads, but also Calamity Jane (1885) and the Little Big Horn battlefield (1894).
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