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    • 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.
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    • 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.
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    • 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.
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    • 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.
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    • 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.
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    • 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.
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    • Silver City, Idaho - Buildings (G)

    • Ghost towns; Wooden buildings; hotels; Vehicles; Wooden sidewalks; Mining camps
    • Idaho Hotel and other weathered buildings in Silver City, Idaho.
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    • Silver City, Idaho - Buildings (I)

    • Ghost towns; Wooden buildings; hotels; Vehicles; Wooden sidewalks; Mining camps
    • Idaho Hotel and other weathered buildings in Silver City, Idaho.
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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.
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    • 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.
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    • 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.
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    • 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.
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    • 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.
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    • Roosevelt, Idaho

    • Mining camps;Streets; Miners; Wooden sidewalks;
    • A view looking up a street in Roosevelt, Idaho, ca 1903. Multiple log structures complete and under construction line the gulch.
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