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Indians_Portraits04.tif
Unidentified girls in front of a small tipi

Indians_Portraits06.tif
Unidentified young women.

Indians_Portraits07.tif
Unidentified woman on a horse with a baby in a cradle board.

Indians_Portraits13.tif
Unidentified Indian man posing with a rifle.

Indians_Portraits005.tif
Unidentified girls in front of a small tipi

Hand_Edwin007.tif
"W. L. Hand and E. W. Hand taken in Kearney, Nebraska."

NW_Missions_Idaho_Spalding_img001.tif
"Rev. Spalding home and monument. This house was built by the government about 1866. Spalding occupied this house after their home burned down. Marker is on the site of the original mission."

Indians_Portraits22.tif
Group portrait of unidentified group of men and women.

Indians_Blackfoot04.tif
"Indian in full regalia and mounted."

Indians_Nez_Perce20.tif
Young man on a horse

Thom_Family012.tif
Young man in studio portrait.

Spokane_Stores_and_Shops002.tif
Heritage Village, store in Spokane.

NW_Rivers_Columbia030.tif
"Panel print of the "Twin Sisters" rocks in the gap of the Columbia just below the juncture of Columbia and Walla Walla rivers"

NW_Forts_Wash_Fort_WallaWalla003.tif
"View showing the foundation of the old fort as they remain at the present day. Lines of rock show the old foundation outlines. Within these foundation lines stand two concrete boathouses."

NW_Forts_Wash_Fort_WallaWalla004.tif
"Site of old Fort Walla Walla. View of Columbia River looking upstream, below "Twin Sisters" rocks. Shows beginnings of tank farm at Attalia, est. by Kirk Thompson."

NW_Forts_Wash_Fort_WallaWalla005.tif
"Juncture of Walla Walla (clump of trees at left) and Columbia River where Fort Walla Walla was located."

NW_Forts_Wash_Fort_WallaWalla006.tif
"Looking south across the site of Fort Walla Walla fur trading post. Where present building stands."

NW_Forts_Wash_Fort_WallaWalla024.tif
"Site of Ft. Walla Walla. Columbia River just below juncture of Walla Walla River and Columbia - showing 'Twin Sister' rocks."

cannonhill001.tif
Real Estate brochure for the development of the Cannon Hill neighborhood.

Indians_Kalispel15.tif
"Kalispel Indian encampment on the west side of Pack River at the north end of Lake Pend Oreille, looking northeast."

Northwest-Mountains-MountHood#8.tif
"Near timberline of Mt. Hood in winter." "Taken during one of the climbs made by Portland parties in January, 1932."

Spokane Homes Waikiki 2.tif
Barn on the Waikiki Diary farm. Estate of J.P. Graves.

Spokane Homes Glover, James N 20.tif
James N. Glover residence, 321 W. 8Th Ave.

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

Preusse_Herman004.tif
Sons of Herman Preusse: Arnold, Carl and John Herman.

Howard_31.tif
Howard St. looking north from Sprague Ave. Ashing Bldg. to the left and Hazel Block to the right.

northwestrailroadsaccidents_1.tif
On January 22, 1889 a westbound Northern Pacific train was nearing the low trestle over Hangman Creek. A man named Gustoff Hahndorff, who was hitching a ride, fell off and under the train causing it to derail. This picture shows the aftermath of…

Dams_Long_Lake_img001.tif
Long Lake Dam at a side angle

Modern Bungalow - Ballard Plannery.pdf
The Ballard Plannery Company was an architectural firm in Spokane, which sold their plans. Many homes in Spokane were built using the plans between 1900 and 1920.

Unknown Plan Book - Ballard Plannery.pdf
The Ballard Plannery Company was an architectural firm in Spokane, which sold their plans. Many homes in Spokane were built using the plans between 1900 and 1920.

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."

northwestminesandmineralID_45.tif
The Empire State-Idaho Mill (concentrator) at Sweeney (later called Bradley). Started by F. Lewis Clark and Charles Sweeney of Spokane, ca. 1900.

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

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

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

IdahotownsWallace013.tif
Wallace during the forest fire.

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

northwestminesandmineralID_2.tif
A view of the mine and mill of the Success Mine near Mullan, Idaho around the turn of the century, ca. 1900.

northwestminesandmineralID_15.tif
Man stands in front of Last Chance Mine buildings. Taken in 1895 near Wardner, Idaho.

northwestminesandmineralID_19.tif
Mine buildings at the Monring Mine in Mullan, Idaho in the early 1890s. c. 1892
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