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Spokane_Banks_Old_National008.tif
Billboards bordering the excavations for the Old National Bank building before construction began.

Spokane_Banks_Old_National003.tif
Employees at the Old National Bank, ca. 1935.

Spokane_Banks_First_National002.tif
"Trader's mule and wagon outfit in front of the First National Bank on the Southwest Corner of Front and Howard, ca. 1883."

Spokane_Aviation015.tif
"Carl Schirmer is probably one of Montana's best-known general aviation pilots. He learned to fly in Spokane with Mamer and Bigelow Johnson in 1926. Associated with Wallace Air Service and Johnson Flying Service."

Spokane_Aviation014.tif
"First woman to apply for flying license in Spokane. She learned to fly from Nick Mamer but never got her license."

Spokane_Aviation012.tif
"A photo of the airplane that made the flight to Trail & Nelson, B. C. to drop a supply of yeast on January 26, 1935. Donated by Fred D. Griffith of Ephrata. His father was manager of the yeast company that supplied the yeast."

Spokane_Aviation011.tif
"One of the new Boeing Bombers at Felts Field."

Spokane_Aviation026.tif
This airplane landed and took off from Glover Field in Peaceful Valley about 1912.

Spokane_Aviation008.tif
"This airplane landed and took off from Glover Field about 1912 or 1913."

Spokane_Aviation007.tif
Three unidentified men with one of the new Boeing Bombers at Felts Field."

Spokane_Aviation006.tif
"One of the new Boeing Bombers at Felts Field."

Spokane_Aviation003.tif
Wiley Post's plane at Felts Field, September 4, 1931.

Spokane_Aviation001.tif
Spirit of St. Louis being refueled at Felts Field, Spokane, September 12, 1927.

Spokane_AutomobileDealers001.tif
Nelson Motor Company at the corner of Sprague and Grant in Spokane.

Spokane_Apartments_Westminster004.tif
"Living Room at Westminster Hotel (later an apartment house) W. 2301 Pacific Ave. Browne's Addition. Owned originally by Harris Family."

Spokane_Apartments_Westminster003.tif
"Westminster Hotel (later an apartment house) W. 2301 Pacific Ave. Browne's Addition. Owned originally by Harris Family."

Spokane_Apartments_Westminster002.tif
Dining room of the Westminster apartments at 2301 W. Pacific in Spokane.

Spokane_Street_Railways028.tif
Trolley on Spokane street.

Spokane_Street_Railways027.tif
"The Washington Water Power Company was in the transportation business from 1891 until 1945. Ridership on the company's rail system peaked in 1910 when the system carried nearly 25 million passengers. The huge increase in riders led the company to…

Spokane_Street_Railways024.tif
"Burning street car at the close of their service in Spokane after parade held, August 31, 1936. System then owned by Washington Water Power Company."

Spokane_Street_railways022.tif
Trolley car with Irving School visible. Taken at Maple and 5th Avenue.

Spokane_Street_Railways017.tif
"Spokane Traction Company streetcar to 11th & Freya, 1915. Open end with conductor, rear, Motorman in front Right. E. Sprague - Union Park Line."

Spokane_Street_Railways016.tif
Group of unidentified workers at a streetcar depot.

Spokane_Street_Railways009.tif
Isabel Marguerite Whalen Fuchs in front of a streetcar with Manito on the front. Manito streetcar took people south to Spokane College at 29th and Grand.

Spokane_Street_Railways008.tif
Two trolley car drivers on car. One man might be Dan Bishop.

Spokane_Street_Railways005.tif
Two streetcar employees. Man on the right is A. A. Maxfield.

Spokane_Street_Railways004.tif
"Leading section of parade on Main Avenue at close of street car use in Spokane, August 31, 1936. Washington Water Power Company owned."

Spokane_Street_Railways003.tif
"Burning street car at the close of their service in Spokane after parade held, August 31, 1936. System then owned by Washington Water Power Company."

Spokane_Street_Railways002.jpg
T. W. Tolman photo of first horse-drawn street car in Spokane.

spokanebridges_2ndmonroe_07.jpg
Looking south across the Monroe Street Bridge

Northwest_Creeks_Latah018.tif
"H. S. Bassett standing on edge of creek across from about 10th in Stafford's Addition (Also known as Vinegar Flats).

Northwest_Creeks_Latah010.tif
"View of the garden plots in the valley from the High Drive Parkway immediately above."

Northwest_Creeks_Latah009.tif
"Canyon above Smythe's Ford showing the meeting of the lava flows with typical Palouse region. Looking southwest up the course of the creek."

Northwest_Creeks_Latah008.tif
"Looking down upon the curve which is just to the east of the point where Marshall Canyon joins the Hangman Valley"

Northwest_Creeks_Latah007.tif
"Looking down the course of the creek from the rim rock on the north bank at the site of the old Indian burial ground east from Spangle."

Northwest_Creeks_Latah005.tif
"Evening on Hangman Creek, Near Spokane, Washington"

Northwest_Creeks_Latah004.tif
"Along the banks of Hangman Creek."

NW_Creeks010.tif
Unidentified creek

NW_Creeks007.tif
Near mouth of Granite Creek, Idaho.

NW_Creeks005.tif
Unidentified creek
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