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  • Collection: Northwest Transportation

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.

NW_Bridges021.tif
"Kettle Falls Bridge, August 1939." "This area was flooded later by Coulee Dam making Lake Roosevelt."

NW_Bridges015.tif
Lyons Gate Bridge, Vancouver (B. C.)

NW_Bridges07.tif
Columbia River Gorge bridge, ca. 5 miles N. E. of Washougal, Clark County. View upstream of this interesting bridge also a principal view point from narrow terrace nearby to view gorge."

NW_Bridges006.tif
"Fall City, King County. This beautiful concrete bridge across Snoqualmie River as acquired an old world charm rarely duplicated by any other bridge in the state. Some of the finest views of same may be had on some cold crisp winter morning."

NW_Bridges006.tif
"Fall City, King County. This beautiful concrete bridge across Snoqualmie River as acquired an old world charm rarely duplicated by any other bridge in the state. Some of the finest views of same may be had on some cold crisp winter morning."

NW_Bridges005.tif
"Walla Walla County. Madame Dorion Bridge; named in honor of Marie Dorion, a member of the Overland Astorians in 1811-1812. View East on Walla Walla River which at this point is lake Wallula formed of backwaters of Columbia River after McNary Dam was…

NW_Aviation002.tif
"Arrival of Government winter cruising air fleet from Selfridge Field, Mich. January 1930. New Lake, Spokane."

NW_Aviation001.tif
"Captain Winslow in his bicycle plane about 1890"

NW_RoadsAndTrails09.tif
"Near Priest Lake - Idaho."

NW_RoadsAndTrails08.tif
"Rocky Gorge on the old Calispell Road."

NW_RoadsAndTrails07.tif
No identification for this trail.

NW_RoadsAndTrails06.tif
No identification for this trail.

NW_RoadsAndTrails05.tif
No identification for this trail.

NW_RoadsAndTrails04.tif
No identification for this trail.

NW_RoadsAndTrails03.tif
No identification for this trail.

NW_RoadsAndTrails16.tif
"Wallace - Kellogg - Mullan Road east of Cataldo Mission, 1926."

NW_RoadsAndTrails01.tif
"Indian Creek Trail (Priest Lake, Idaho)"

NW_Tunnels01.tif
"White Pass Highway Tunnel near Tieton Dam. View East."

NW_Tunnels02.tif
"Cayuse Pass Highway Tunnel. View North."

NW_Stagecoaches02.tif
No information is available on this image.

NW_Stagecoaches03.tif
"First stagecoach made trips between Fort Colville and Spokane. Photo taken near library - Carnegie Library at Cedar St."

NW_Packtrains02.tif
"Donahue photo. Summer 1940. Pack train crossing entrance to thoroughfare on Priest Lake."

NW_Packtrains01.tif
No identification for this pack train.

NW_Packtrains03.tif
"Govt. Pack Train"

NW_MullanRoad13.tif
"Cobblestone pyramid marker used along the line of the road through Washington."

NW_MullanRoad11.tif
"Mullan summit near tree showing Mullan Monument." "Trail marker at the summit of the 4th of July Canyon."

NW_MullanRoad14.tif
"Marker on the grounds of the Post Falls, Idaho High School."

NW_Lighthouses01.tif
"Fort Canby Light. Columbia River Entrance."

NW_Highways_Idaho02.tif
"Winchester grade near Winchester, Idaho. Now by-passed by better highway."

NW_Highways_Idaho01.tif
"Lewiston, Idaho, Hill, 1920s"
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