Materials related to the Raymond Cattle Company and Raymond family, including financial documents, correspondence, maps, and
Winthrop Raymond moved from Ohio to Montana with his family in 1865. He opened a grocery store with his brother in Virginia
City, Montana, which eventually expanded into a horse and cattle breeding business. In 1889 Raymond moved to the Ruby Valley,
where he purchased land and founded the town of Sheridan. He had three children: Delilah Raymond, Mary Raymond Johnson, and
Carrie Raymond Junod.
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