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Browsing items in: Mining In Idaho Collection

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    • Social Life and Customs, Silver City, Idaho

    • Activities; Clothing & dress; Balls (Parties); Dresses; Women; Millinery;
    • "All dead tired the day after the ball." Standing, l. to R.: Mrs. Mary Noble, Mrs. Anna Sonna Smalley (?). Seated, l. to R.: Maude Horrie Northrop, Mrs. Purington, Mrs. M. Horrie Lyon. On floor: Harriet F. Harris.
    • 76-138-63
    • Rescue Mine, Warren, Mines

    • Adits; Mine railroad cars; Mine railroads; Miners; Mining equipment; Mining; Mining equipment; Ore industry; Clothing & dress; Barrels;
    • Portal of tunnel at the Rescue Mine near Warren in Idaho County, Idaho.This photo shows twelve miners and one dog posed at the mine entrance. Notice the variety of work clothing and hats. Mine timbers for shoring up the underground workings lie in...
    • 63-176-82
    • Mines - Idaho Mine portal

    • Adits; Mining; Vehicles; Mining equipment; Mine railroad cars; Tunnels;
    • Pre -1950s truck parked next to the mine entrance, entry is covered by a tin roofed shed built into solid rock. Mining equipment is strewn about the entrance to the mine.
    • 63-160-3
    • Mines - Atlanta (Monarch)

    • Aerial tramways; Mountains; Mining; Mine buildings; Snow;
    • Five men standing on tram tower of the Monarch Mine, Greylock Mountain in background.
    • 73-129-31
    • interview (from Oral History Collection) with Willis C. Brassey

    • Assaying; Mining; Gold mining
    • In his two interviews with Anabelle Alexander, conducted June 20, 1975 and July 1, 1975, Willis Brassey remembers his life in Idaho. Brassey spoke of the time period between the 1870s and 1940s where he mined in Quartzburg, ran a stage, hauled ore...
    • OH0016A
    • Automobiles, Hailey, Idaho

    • Automobiles; Automobile driving; Vehicles;
    • Crowd in front of the Wood RiverTimes newspaper building. T. E. Picotte is in the photo, 1910.
    • 78-156-53
    • Liquor Traffic, Thunder Mountain

    • Barrooms; Bars; Miners; Mining camps; Tents;
    • Tent Saloon. Lee Lisenby's Saloon. He lived later at Thunder City. Photo shows a log bar, a selection of bottles, kegs, customers and bar tender.
    • 60-73-20
    • Blacksmithing, Rocky Bar, Idaho

    • Blacksmiths; Blacksmithing; Forge shops; Mining camps;Wooden buildings;
    • Blacksmiths shop in Rocky Bar, Idaho. Men and children are standing at the entrance to the shop. The building is located in front of a wooded mountain side
    • 73-129-27
    • Blacksmiths, etc. at Wardner

    • Blacksmiths; Hammers; Aprons; Miners; Fences; Clothing & dress; Mining equipment;
    • Blacksmiths, and other men, posing in snow with tools with terrific expressions.
    • 71-12-160
    • Monday Camp, Stibnite, Mines

    • Brides; Automobiles; Wooden buildings; Mining;
    • Photo of the Monday Camp at Bradley Mining Company's Meadow Creek gold mine in the Yellow Pine Mining District in Valley County, Idaho circa 1931. The Meadow Creek Mine was one of the state's largest producers of lode gold in the 1930's.
    • 75-15-1B
    • Morning Club - Mullan 1

    • Building construction; Construction workers; Lumber; Utility poles; Wooden buildings; Dwellings; mining
    • Two construction workers at site of Morning Club
    • 71-12-222a-1
    • Morning Club - Mullan

    • Building construction; Construction workers; Lumber; Utility poles; Wooden buildings; Mining
    • Two construction workers at construction site of Morning Club
    • 71-12-222a-2
    • Old Mill Buildings

    • buildings; gold; mills; millwork
    • Old Mill buildings in process of dismantling.
    • 60-169-35
    • Old mining city buildings

    • buildings; Wooden buildings; mining;
    • An unidentified city with Chinese miners sitting on a stoop outside of a wooden building. Several store fronts, and several old miners in the background. The sun is shining brightly.
    • 76-138-48
    • Buildings, Log

    • Cabins; Log cabins; Miners; Mining; Mining camps;
    • Coeur d' Alene Mountains, prospectors cabin on Pine Creek near Smelterville, in Shoshone, County, Idaho. The cabin is covered in snow and icicles. Firewood and tools are stacked on the porch.
    • 70-70-9
    • Dwellings, Thunder Mountain

    • Cabins; Miners; Wooden buildings; Women; Dogs; Clothing & dress;
    • Six men and one woman are posed in front of a log cabin. A variety of men's clothing is represented. Earl Willson identifies the black woman as "Mandy" and the black man as "Brown Gravy Sam." Possibly Roosevelt.
    • 60-73-24
    • Buildings, Thunder Mountain

    • Cabins; Mining camps; Bars;
    • Two log cabin structures at Thunder Mountain, Idaho. One is being used as a saloon and the other as a post office. The post office has a canvas roof. Possibly Roosevelt.
    • 79-148-30
    • Dwellings, Custer, Idaho

    • Cabins; Women; Clothing & dress; Dogs; Cats;
    • Each photograph is of two women posed in front of a cabin. However, the photographs are not of the same cabin or the same women.
    • 70-69


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