The Belden Museum features the photographic works of Charles Belden, most of which document daily life on the Pitchfork Ranch from about 1914 to 1940. The Belden Museum also exhibits the personal memorabilia of the photographer and the Phelps and Belden families. The new Olive Fell Gallery is also located in the Belden Museum.
Permanent Exhibits: Charles Belden Photography Collection Belden Family Collection
Rancher and former saddle bronc rider, Tim Kellogg of Meeteetse, began selling homemade chocolates on weekends to bankroll his rodeo passion in 2004. Known by many as the “Meeteetse Chocolatier,” Kellogg now runs a shop on the little town’s main street seven days a week, drawing locals and tourists back again and again for his rich and creative flavor pairings. Rebecca Martinez interviewed him and produced this piece.