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  • Collection: Spokane Parks

Spokane_DrumhellerSprings003.tif
Close up view of the general site of the spring from a point almost directly south.

Spokane_DrumhellerSprings004.tif
Looking directly south to north across the outlet of the spring.

Spokane_DrumhellerSprings005.tif
Somewhat distant view of the outlet of the spring showing large pine tree immediately above.

Spokane_DrumhellerSprings006.tif
The site of the spring where Spokane Garry is reported to have established his school in 1831.

Spokane_DrumhellerSprings007.tif
Close-up from the southeast of the outlet of the spring showing character of the immediate surroundings.

Spokane_DrumhellerSprings008.tif
General view of the spring from a point to the southeast.

Spokane_DrumhellerSprings009.tif
General view of the ground to the east of the spring upon which, as tradition says, was located the early school of Spokane Garry.

Spokane_DrumhellerSprings010.tif
General view of the locality of the spring looking northeasterly across the site of the school from a point on the rim rock to the south of the spring.

Spokane_DrumhellerSprings011.tif
Looking down and across the reputed location of the site of Spokane Garry's school. This is from directly above the spring.

Spokane_DrumhellerSprings012.tif
Looking down across the site of the school and to the northeast from the rim rock above.

Spokane_DrumhellerSprings013.tif
Looking from a point directly upon the site of the old Spokane Garry school.

Spokane_DrumhellerSprings014.tif
Close-up of the spring site.

Spokane_DrumhellerSprings015.tif
General view of the spring from a point directly above and to the south of the spring.

Spokane_DrumhellerSprings016.tif
General view from the southeast of the site of the school and spring.

Spokane_DrumhellerSprings017.tif
General view, close-up, of the location of the spring.

Spokane_Finch_Arboretum002.tif
"Landscaping the Arboretum named for John A. Finch because his estate gave the money for it. The land once belonged to the Dwight family and was their 'farm'."

Spokane_Finch_Arboretum003.tif
"Landscaping the Arboretum named for John A. Finch because his estate gave the money for it. The land once belonged to the Dwight family and was their 'farm'."

Spokane_Finch_Arboretum004.tif
"Landscaping the Arboretum named for John A. Finch because his estate gave the money for it. The land once belonged to the Dwight family and was their 'farm'." Garden Springs Creek.

Spokane_Finch_Arboretum008.tif
"Landscaping the Arboretum named for John A. Finch because his estate gave the money for it. The land once belonged to the Dwight family and was their 'farm'."

Spokane_Finch_Arboretum014.tif
"Landscaping the Arboretum named for John A. Finch because his estate gave the money for it. The land once belonged to the Dwight family and was their 'farm'."

Spokane_Finch_Arboretum018.tif
"Work still going on to finish the Finch Arboretum named after John A. Finch because his estate purchased the land from the Dwight family who had owned it."

Spokane_Parks_Cowley001.tif
Photo shows the "memorial flagpole placed in the park in honour of the school established on that spot by the Reverand Cowley. July 1935."

Spokane_Parks_Cowley002.tif
Photo shows the "memorial flagpole placed in the park in honour of the school established on that spot by the Reverand Cowley. July 1935."

Coeur d'Alene 7.tif
People walking and on bicycles in Coeur d'Alene Park.

Liberty Park 1.tif
Looking northeast from the corner of 5th and Arthur at the entrance to Liberty Park playground. Land later absorbed by the freeway.

Liberty Park 2.tif
Looking west from swamp in Liberty Park.

Liberty Park 9.tif
Remnant of stone arbor/pagoda, Liberty Park.

Liberty park 10.tif
View of the retaining wall built in 1910 running along the drive in Liberty Park. Sperry (Centennial) Flour Mill can be seen in distance. Photo taken from corner of 5th and 3rd Ave.

Liberty Park 23.tif
The remains of the southern pagoda in Liberty Park. Taken facing north.

Liberty Park 26.tif
Swimming pool and bath house in Liberty Park. Built in 1920.

Liberty Park 35.tif
The remaining columns of the promenade in Liberty Park as seen looking south across the the I-90 freeway. Sperry/Centennial flour mill visible in distance.
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