Northwest Miscellany

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Northwest Miscellany

Items in the Northwest Miscellany Collection

Northwest -- Log cabins (#01)
Dashiell cabin near Waverly, Wash. An article about the Dashiell family appeared in the Spokesman Review, January 28, 1917. The family settled in this cabin in 1872.

Northwest -- Log cabins (#02)
Dashiell cabin near Waverly, Wash. An article about the Dashiell family appeared in the Spokesman Review, January 28, 1917. The family settled in this cabin in 1872. One of the oldest cabins in Spokane County.

Northwest -- Log cabins (#16)
Unknown couple and dog outside of their log cabin. No identification.

Northwest -- Lumber and lumbering (#03)
Unidentified lumber camp

Northwest -- Lumber and lumbering (#07)
Humbird Mill, Newport, Washington.

Northwest -- Lumber and lumbering (#12)
"Gawn Lambier, center, working at shingle mill"

Northwest -- Sagebrush (#01)
"Big Bend Grant County Sage Brush in area to be be irrigated from Grand Coulee Dam project"

Northwest -- Sawmills (#01)
Identification on the back says "Sawmill built by Joe Henery on Nez Perce Trail in 1879 on Rock Creek." This should probably be Joe Heinrich, who had a sawmill on Rock Creek.

Northwest -- Sawmills (#02)
"Knostman Sawmill" F. H. Knostman operated a sawmill northwest of Spokane.

Northwest -- Shoe stores (#01)
No identification for these five men in front of a shoe store.

Washington -- Air National Guard (#01)
"Pilots/officers of Air National Guard with Washington State Governor Martin"

Washington -- Air National Guard (#02)
Felts Field, ca. 1930. L to R: Lt. Lloyd Hardesty; Capt. Wm. G. Foster, Lt. E. Malmstrom, Lt. Dale Swartz, Carl Schirmer.

Washington -- Air National Guard (#03)
"20th pursuit group over Spokane"

Washington -- Air National Guard (#04)
"20th Pursuit group preparing for takeoff"

Washington -- Air National Guard (#07)
Aerial view. No identification.

Washington -- Air National Guard (#08)
Aerial view. No identification.

Washington -- Air National Guard (#09)
Officers. Names are below photograph.

Washington -- Air National Guard (#11)
"Compliments of 41st Division Aviation Washington National Guard, Felts Field, March 34, 1934"

Washington -- Air National Guard (#12)
"National Guard Officers Mess"

Washington -- Air National Guard (#14)
"Group of officers - 41st division aviation - Cheney"

Washington -- Air National Guard (#25)
Aerial view. No identification.

Washington -- Air National Guard (#27)
Air National Guard tents.

Washington -- Air National Guard (#28)
Air National Guard tents.

Washington -- Fire Fighters (#01)
"Our boys hose team from Walla Walla running at Corbin Park about 1888; they were Northwest Champions. Walter Markham, second from right on hose team"

Washington -- Manresa Grotto (#01)
"Manresa Grotto interior. Stone benches and pulpit. Illumination is by late afternoon sun."

Washington -- Manresa Grotto (#02)
"Grotto of Manresa. Detail Rock formation. Pend Oreille County"

Washington -- Manresa Grotto (#03)
"Grotto of Manresa. Entrance to Grotto with baptismal font on right"

Washington -- Manresa Grotto (#04)
"Manresa Grotto, Pend Oreille County. View East. Both hollows enter into same grotto; there are 2 other individual small caves not shown here"

Washington -- Manresa Grotto (#06)
"Grotto of Manresa. View S. W. across Pend Oreille River. Pend Oreille County. County Road, bottom right"

Washington -- Smythe's Ford (#02)
"Tom Beall and John E. Smith. Survivors of the Indian war in 1858. Col Wright's Camp where Qualchan and other Indians were hung"

Washington -- Smythe's Ford (#03)
"Smythe's Fort (sic) Hangman Creek showing the side of Col. Wright's camp September 1858"

Washington -- Smythe's Ford (#04)
"The tree where Qualchan was hanged taken in the late 1880s by Willis Green or Greive, Davenport, Washington. Back of photo says "George Davis, Plaza, Wn. by Willis Greene? lives in Davenport."

Washington -- Smythe's Ford (#05)
"Tree at Smythe's Ford from which Chief Qualchan was hanged in 1858"

Washington -- Smythe's Ford (#10)
"Present day (1933) traces of the old trail from Fort Walla Walla to Colville"

Washington -- Smythe's Ford (#11)
"Site of Indian hanging"

Washington -- Smythe's Ford (#12)
"Tree to the west of Colonel Wright's tent which was later blazed by the Indians as their method of commemorating the council held here as well as the executions taking place at that time. This tree still stands this view being made only two years…

Washington -- Smythe's Ford (#13)
"Looking across the campground of Colonel Wright to where the old trail appears"

Washington -- Smythe's Ford (#14)
"To the south of the bridge showing where the old trail swung to the right for the creek crossing just above"

Washington -- Smythe's Ford (#15)
"Across the field to the point where the old trail crossed the creek"