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The Empire State-Idaho Mill (concentrator) at Sweeney (later called Bradley). Started by F. Lewis Clark and Charles Sweeney of Spokane, ca. 1900.

The Bunker Hill and Sullivan mill before explosion of April 29, 1899.

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

A view of the mine and mill of the Success Mine near Mullan, Idaho around the turn of the century, ca. 1900.

Man stands in front of Last Chance Mine buildings. Taken in 1895 near Wardner, Idaho.

Mine buildings at the Monring Mine in Mullan, Idaho in the early 1890s. c. 1892

View of the Standard Mine (later amalgamated with the Mammoth Mine) in Mace, Idaho in the early 1890s, ca. 1892

View of the Morning Mine tunnel under construction, ca. 1890.

Miners stand on scaffolding during placer operations at the Mother Lode Mine near Murray, Idaho, ca. 1890

Miners work placer mines in Delta with hydraulic equipment in this photo from the 1890s.

The mine and mill of the Interstate Mine, ca. 1890.

Bunker Hill and Sullivan Mill in Kellogg, Idaho, 1899.

Building a warehouse among the original Hercule surface buildings near level #1. The three men working on the warehouse roof are Ed Hedin, August Paulsen and Jerome Day. Harry Day's horse stands near the center. Date unknown.

View of the mine and its vicinity shortly after the discovery of the vein, ca. 1895.

A group of men drill within the stockade at the "bullpen" with wooden guns and swords, 1899.

Panoramic view of the "bullpen" during the 1899 mining war. Taken in 1899.

"This mining camp as it appeared in 1887." Signs indicate the locations of the Poorman and Tiger Mines. Taken August 1887.

"Gorge Gulch. Upper End of Burke down which all Hercules Ore was hauled; One team of horses would bring the load of ore down but it took 6 teams of draft horses to take the empty wagon back up. Looking up the canyon through Gorge Gulch and very…

Snowstorm Lumber Mill in Mullan showing new tree growth on the surrounding hillside. Taken c. 1892.

Bird's-eye view of Wallace apparently prior to the Great Fire of 1910. Centered on the corner of 4th and Cedar Streets, the photo shows the explosive growth of this mining and timber center in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Taken c. 1900.

View of the Bunker Hill & Sullivan concentrator after its dynamiting on April 29, 1899.

Elevation view of Wardner and Silver Valley. Studio information and date included on print, 1907.

The old type of rotary plow maintained by the Union Pacific Railway for the purpose of keeping tracks cleared of snow. Taken c. 1890 by the Barnard Studio (?).

"Snow cut made from snow slide March 29, 1894"

Portrait of Helen Hayes, 1950.

Spokane Falls Early 16.tif
View of the Spokane River and Falls.

Spokane-Schools-History (#3).tif
"This is a photograph of the first wooden schoolhouse which stood on the site of Lewis and Clark High School."

Looking east and upriver at the Middle Falls. Taken from the Post St. bridge.

S.E. corner of Riverside and Stevens showing the 2nd full block of Riverside. Tull Bldg. (five story) on right. Post office (three story) attached to Granite Bldg. on left. ca. 1899

Sepia tone image of the first Monroe Street Bridge across the Spokane River and Lower Falls. Taken after its completion in 1889. This wooden bridge burned July 23, 1890.

View of the front of C and C Milling Company.

Spokane Homes 41.tif
Gibbs house on Rockwood Blvd. and Garfield St.

Spokane Homes Clark P 7.tif
2208 W. 2nd Ave. East Side of Clark Mansion. Built 1898. Designed by Kirtland K. Cutter

Spokane Homes Clark P 6.tif
2208 W. 2nd Ave. East Side of Clark Mansion. Built 1898. Designed by Kirtland K. Cutter

Spokane Homes Clark P 5.tif
2208 W. 2nd Ave. South Facade of Clark Mansion. Built 1898. Designed by Kirtland K. Cutter.

Spokane Homes Campbell 19.tif
Interior of Campbell mansion, 2318 W. 1st. Ave. Reception Room.

Spokane Homes Campbell 9.tif
Interior of Campbell mansion, 2318 W. 1st. Ave. Living Room.

Spokane Homes Campbell 10.tif
Interior of Campbell mansion, 2318 W. 1st. Ave. Dining Room.
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