Spokane Miscellany

Title

Spokane Miscellany

Subject

Spokane (Wash.)

Description

This is a place for Spokane photos that don't fit into the other collections.

Source

Northwest Room. Spokane Public Library.

Items in the Spokane Miscellany Collection

Spokane -- Funeral homes (#01)
Funeral cars of the Buchanan Funeral home. Funeral parlor located at 316 W. Riverside.

Spokane -- Funeral homes (#01)
Row of hearses and drivers. Identification says, left to right: Sawdey, McDonald, Hansen.

Spokane -- Funerals (#01, top)
Funeral procession for John T. Sullivan, former Spokane Chief of Police.

Spokane -- Funerals (#01, bottom)
Funeral procession for John T. Sullivan, former Spokane Chief of Police.

Spokane -- Glover Field (#02)
Looking across the river to Glover Field.

Spokane -- Hoboes (#01)
Photograph of men on railroad cars and sleeping on the ground. The photographs are not dated but are likely from the 1930s.

Spokane -- Hoboes (#02)
Photograph of men on railroad cars and sleeping on the ground. The photographs are not dated but are likely from the 1930s.

Spokane -- Hoboes (#03)
Photograph of men on railroad cars and sleeping on the ground. The photographs are not dated but are likely from the 1930s.

Spokane -- Hoboes (#04)
Photograph of men on railroad cars and sleeping on the ground. The photographs are not dated but are likely from the 1930s.

Spokane -- Hockey (#01)
Group portrait of the Spokane Flyers, 1957/1958.

Spokane -- Industrial Exposition (#03)
Entrance to the Spokane Industrial Exposition

Spokane -- Inventions (#01)
Gale Power Sled. Trial speed tryouts at Newman Lake, WA. Covered 1 1/2 miles at 1 1/4 seconds. Invented by J. S. MacGregor, Spokane.

Spokane -- Liberty Bell tour (#01)
The Liberty Bell passed through Spokane and was viewed by thousands of people at the old Union Station. Newspaper accounts tell of children strewing flowers on it.

Spokane -- Liberty Bell tour (#06)
The Liberty Bell passed through Spokane and was viewed by thousands of people at the old Union Station. Newspaper accounts tell of children strewing flowers on it.

Spokane -- Lincoln Memorial (#01)
Lincoln Memorial shortly after it was erected.

Spokane -- Livery Stables (#03)
Unidentified livery stable in Spokane.

Spokane -- Livery Stables (#02)
Model Stables, built in 1890. Located at 326 W. Main Avenue.

Spokane -- Livery Stables (#01)
O. K. Livery, Feed and Sale Stables, located on the Northwest corner of Lincoln and Riverside.

Spokane -- Parades (#01)
"An early day Elks Parade passing the Auditorium Theater"

Spokane -- Parades (#02)
World War I soldiers on Riverside, East of Washington St.

Spokane -- Parades (#04)
Parade showing wagons, streetcars and buses. The city celebrated the end of the streetcars in Spokane and the buses taking over. They burned a streetcar in celebration.

Spokane -- Parades (#06)
Parade showing wagons, streetcars and buses. The city celebrated the end of the streetcars in Spokane and the buses taking over. They burned a streetcar in celebration.

Spokane -- Parades (#07)
Procession of Masonic Blue Lodges to new Temple on Riverside Avenue at dedication.

Spokane -- Parades (#09)
Parade showing wagons, streetcars and buses. The city celebrated the end of the streetcars in Spokane and the buses taking over. They burned a streetcar in celebration.

Spokane -- Parades (#21)
First Decoration Day Parade on 2nd Avenue. Joe Warren, Chief of Police with entire force mounted. Sedgwick Post no. 8 G. A. R. with band before they had uniforms. On Second Avenue through Cannons Addition.

Spokane -- Parades (#22)
Parade showing wagons, streetcars and buses. The city celebrated the end of the streetcars in Spokane and the buses taking over. They burned a streetcar in celebration.

Spokane -- Police and Fire Departments (#01)
"Spokane's first chief of police, left at table, Peter Mertz, was once conductor on Francis Cook's street car."

Spokane -- Police and Fire Departments (#02)
Station No. 5 was originally located in the City Hall Annex on the
northeast corner of Howard and Front then moved to the new City
Hall at the southwest corner of Wall and Trent about 1912.

Spokane -- Police and Fire Departments (#03)
1904/1905 Spokane Police Department roster.

Spokane -- Police and Fire Departments (#04)
Spokane Police Department in front of city hall, ca. 1912.

Spokane -- Red Cross (#01)
"Spokane women volunteered for Red Cross overseas service but were not sent. Photographed at McMillan Hall, Whitworth College. Whitworth was closed and leased for war effort during World War I.

Spokane -- Restaurants (#04)
Obde's Restaurant at 336 W. Riverside

Spokane -- Restaurants (#05)
Interior of Obde's Restaurant at 336 W. Riverside

Spokane -- Restaurants (#06)
Interior of Obde's Restaurant at 336 W. Riverside

Spokane -- Restaurants (#07)
Dempsey's Restaurant at 523 W. Main, Spokane.

Spokane -- Restaurants (#10)
Employees and owners of Dempsey's Restaurant and Gem Barber Shop, 1891.

Spokane -- Restaurants (#11)
"This picture of the Bixler Restaurant in Yardley, owned and operated by brothers William and Charlie Bixler, was taken about 1914. William Bixler is on the right."

Spokane -- Restaurants (#18)
Interior of Dempsey's Restaurant in 1896 or 1897.

Spokane -- Roosevelt (Theodore) Visit (#03)
Theodore Roosevelt on his Spokane visit in 1911. Secretary Cortelyou seated with him.

Spokane -- Service Stations (#01)
Riverside Service Station owned by Bech and Nelson. Located at 44 W. Riverside.