Last Stand - By Larry Garmezy
Last Stand – Grain elevators are often the last remnant of communities in the Northern Rockies. This elevator was once the center of the town of Comanche, Montana. Since the railroad bypassed the town in 1942, all but one of the residents has moved on. The town was named for the only living thing found when the U.S. Cavalry reinforcements arrived at the site of the Battle of Little Bighorn a few days after Custer’s last stand, a wounded army horse named Comanche. Image size is 11.25" x 17.5" (designed for standard 18x24 mat and frames). Custom sizes are available upon request. Limited signed edition photograph (signed edition size 25).