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    • Silver City, Idaho - Buildings (B)

    • Ghost towns; Wooden buildings; Wooden sidewalks; Stores & shops; Architectural elements;
    • Two story building with stone first floor and wood second floor.
    • Silver City, Idaho - Buildings (H)

    • Ghost towns; Wooden buildings; Wooden sidewalks; Stores & shops; Architectural elements;
    • An old weathered grocery store and other weather beaten buildings.
    • Mountain City, Nevada - Local Mine (D)

    • Mining; Mining camps; Streets; Stores & shops; Automobiles; Pickup trucks; Roads; Cityscapes;
    • A view looking down the main road in Mountain City. The street is a dirt road about three feet lower than the level of the sidewalks. Cars and trucks line the edge of the road. Several service stations, a casino, bars and cafes make up most of the...
    • Emmett, Idaho - Buildings (A)

    • Advertising; Advertisements; Storefronts; Stores & shops; Automobile service stations; Gasoline pumps; Sidewalks; Wooden buildings; Architecture; Architectural elements;
    • Emmett, Idaho three businesses, F. M. Lockett Harness, Chas. Holton Repair (service station), and Farmers Feed and Seed Company.
    • Schools, Grangeville

    • architecture; schools; brick; sidewalks;
    • A two story brick public school in Grangeville, 1894-1902
    • Police Woman

    • Police; Policewomen; Stores & shops; Hotels; Bars; Cafes; Streets; Street lights; Sidewalks; Pedestrians;
    • A great photo of Main Street, Boise, including pedestrians, businesses, signs, and more. The policewoman stands by a car in the foreground.
    • Views, Grangeville

    • towns; cities; streets; stores; storefronts; horses; wagons;
    • A view of Grangeville, Idaho, looking west down an unpaved street. The street is lined with businesses and wooden sidewalks.
    • Idaho City (E)

    • Miners; Mining equipment; Mining camps; Streets; Wooden sidewalks; Wooden buildings; Vehicles; Cityscape photographs;
    • A look down a main street in Idaho City, Idaho. Many pioneer buildings can be seen.
    • Hailey, Idaho - Stores, Drug

    • Business districts; Business people; Drugstores; Restaurants; Wooden sidewalks; Wooden buildings; Carts & wagons; Storefronts; Stores & shops; Frontier & pioneer life;
    • G. A. Rupert drug store, next door is the Nevada Chop House. Both are two-story wood frame structures.
    • 78-156-64
    • Morning Club 2

    • Clubhouses; Brickwork; Utility poles; Streets; Sidewalks; mining
    • Morning Clubhouse completed
    • Celebrations, De Lamar, Idaho

    • Celebrations; Mining; Mining camps; Miners; Westward movement; Women; Wooden buildings; City & town life; Streets;
    • 100-yard foot race on main street in De Lamar, Idaho. Bunkhouse on right. Townspeople line the both sides of the street. Wooden buildings and sidewalks are clearly shown. The track is marked by white lines in the left forground.
    • Idaho City- Street Scene

    • Wooden buildings; Wooden sidewalks; Porches; Mining camps;Streets
    • Idaho City, Statesman Anniversary Edition. A view up an Idaho City dirt street.
    • Streets, Elk City, Idaho

    • Log buildings; Mining; Mining camps; Salons (Social spaces); Wooden sidewalks; Wooden buildings;
    • Hotel Parr and Restaurant, Big Buffalo Saloon, Drug Store, and Miners Supply Store, Main Street, Elk City, Idaho, 1901.
    • War Eagle Hotel, Idaho City, Idaho

    • Hotels; Mining; Mining camps; Wooden sidewalks; Wooden buildings; Men; Children;
    • Men and children viewed standing on the sidewalk in front of the War Eagle Hotel in Silver City, Idaho.
    • Buildings, Leesburg, Idaho

    • Mining camps; Horses; Log buildings; Clapboard siding; Wooden buildings; Wooden sidewalks;
    • Some of the first buildings at Leesburg, Idaho. The photo taken in 1870 by A, F. Thrasher shows a group of men stand on a wooden sidewalk in front of the buildings. One man is mounted on a horse.
    • Skis and Skiing, Warrens, Idaho

    • Mining camps; Snow; Skiing; Wooden buildings; Wooden sidewalks; Men; Postal service;
    • William Borden "Sheepherder Bill" carried mail from Warrens to Thunder Mountain. Bill Patterson storekeeper & postmaster at right, 1897.
    • Streets, Rocky Bar, Idaho

    • Mining camps;Wooden buildings; Streets; Wooden sidewalks;
    • A view looking up a street at Rocky Bar, Idaho. More than a dozen structures can be seen. Several men are walking toward the camera.
    • Glenns Ferry - Street Scenes (A)

    • City & town life; Cans; Clothing & dress; Sidewalks; Leisure
    • Mountain Home - Glenns Ferry, Statesman Anniversary Edition. A gentleman sits in the shade of a building.


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