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Raymond Cattle Company Records
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Materials related to the Raymond Cattle Company and Raymond family, including financial documents, correspondence, maps, and ephemera.
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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