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  • Collection: Idaho Towns

IdahoTownsBurke001.tif
General view of the canyon and of the town at the time the Hecla mine was starting development.

IdahoTownsBurke006.tif
Businesses in Burke, Idaho.

IdahoTownsBurke007.tif
The mining village during the period of the strike in 1892.

IdahoTownsCuldesac001.tif
Aerial view taken by the Burns Studio, Lewiston, Idaho.

IdahoTownsDelta001.tif
View of this early mining camp probably made in the late 1880's by the Barnard Studio, Wallace, Idaho.

IdahoTownsGem001.tif
The town at the time of the mining riots in 1892.

IdahoTownsKingston001.tif
View of the town in 1893 by the Barnard Studio, Wallace, Idaho.

IdahoTownsLewiston017.tif
The first capitol of the Territory of Idaho.

IdahoTownsLewiston001.tif
"It presents a Picture You'll Never Forget." "An actual aerial view of the world famous Lewiston Spiral Highway taken by Burns Photo Co., Lewiston, Idaho."

IdahoTownsLewiston004.tif
"Main Street 1894 flood, Lewiston, Idaho."

IdahoTownsMace001.tif
"Before the Big snowslide Feb. 28, 1910."

IdahoTownsMurray 001.tif
"Panoramic view of the town in the days of its boom prior to 1898."

IdahotownsOrofino002.tif
"No, 41--Here is an unusual view of the town of Orofino, Idaho, a perfect bee-hive of industry. Large stands of white pine timber nearby. State Sanatorium in the distance. 'Up in the air with Burns, Lewiston, Idaho.'"

IdahoTownsOrofino001.tif
"Orofino, Idaho. The beautiful Clearwater River threads its way through heavily timbered areas which are producers of wealth and much industry for the town and section. 'Up in the air' with Burns, Lewiston, Idaho."

IdahoTownsPost Falls 001.tif
"Dam at Post Falls power station. The Washington Water Power 15,000 hp."

IdahoTownsPost Falls 003.tif
Post Falls, Spokane River.

IdahoTownsPost Falls 002.tif
"Power house of the Post Falls station of the Washington Water Power company located on the Spokane River in Idaho near the Washington state line. A Spokane River project."

IdahoTownsCoeurdAlene008.tif
"Photographic copy of an illustration in an old real estate advertising publication."

IdahoTownsCoeurdAlene007.tif
"Docks on Coeur d'Alene. Train from Spokane met Coeur d' Alene lake steamer at docks."

IdahoTownsCoeurdAlene005.tif
"Hotel Idaho, Coeur d'Alene."

IdahoTownsCoeurdAlene002.tif
"Looking west on Sherman St. (Avenue) Coeur d' Alene." Copy print

IdahoTownsCoeurdAlene006.tif
"Airplane view of the city from the SW of the steamboat landing and from the center of the park."

IdahoTownsCoeurdAlene003.tif
"Official Photograph. Aerial view of Coeur d'Alene taken in 1932.

IdahoTownsCoeurdAlene004.tif
"Showing Ft. Sherman." copy print

IdahotownsWallace018.tif
"View of the city during the days of rioting in 1892 showing the 'Bull pen' and the camps of the soldiers."

IdahotownsWallace013.tif
Wallace during the forest fire.

IdahoTownsWallace 014.tif
Birds-eye view of early town site.

IdahoTownsWallace016.tif
View of early town site.

IdahotownsWallace012.tif
"General view of the town prior to the great fire of July 27, 1890."

IdahoTownsWallace 007.tif
"View of the town showing the smoking ruins after the forest fire of August 20, 1919. In this view are the ruins of the Union Pacific Station and the Pacific Hotel."

IdahotownsWallace011.tif
"View showing the smoking ruins of the town after the great fire of July 27, 1890."

IdahotownsWallace006.tif
"Cedar & 6th, Wallace, looking west."

NW_Idaho_Wardner_02.tif
McNab and Livers, Druggists in Wardner Idaho. The business operated between 1886 and 1890 when it burned down.

NW_Idaho_Burke005.tif
The night shift of the Tiger mine poses for a photograph. Date unknown.

NW_Idaho_Burke002.tif
Burke at the time of mining unrest

NW_Idaho_Eagle_City001.tif
"Matheny and Johnson Placer showing town of Eagle with a view of Pritchard Creek"

NW_Idaho_Elk_River001.tif
Aerial view of Elk RIver, Idaho. Gold Creek in background. Taken before 1950.

NW_Idaho_Lapwai004.tif
"View of the town of Lapwai and Indian Agency buildings, the latter being in the foreground of the view"

NW_Idaho_Lewiston005.tif
The Luna House. Originally a hotel, the building served as the county courthouse from 1882 to 1889. The building was razed prior to January 1891.
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