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    • Wood River Times Newspaper, Hailey, Idaho

    • Mining camps;Stores & shops; Newspaper industry;Wooden buildings;
    • Wood River Times newspaper, next to it is the oldest building in Hailey. MT. Della is in the distance. July, 1913.
    • 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.
    • Stage Lines, Silver City, Idaho

    • Stagecoaches; Westward movement; Mining camps; Seasons; Snow;
    • Wells Fargo (Snow) Taken winter of 1867 to 1873!!! Office not the same as 77-19-2. Two houses in back ground of blizzard indicates office located in Granite Block. In 1869 Photography Shop still at earlier location but not Wells Fargo. by 1873 it...
    • Mines - Idaho

    • Mining; Mining camps; Mine buildings; Mining equipment; Panoramic photographs;
    • View of valley with mine, mine buildings, supplies, and materials, tent camp.
    • View of Morning Taken

    • Mills; Ore industry; Panoramic photographs; Mining camps; Yards; Mining
    • View looking over the snow covered valley including the mill and mountainside
    • Pioneers, Silver City, Idaho 1

    • Pioneers; Women; Women's education; Mining camps; Mining; Miners; Chairs; Clothing & dress;
    • Upper row: 1. Helen Murphy Blackinger (left), 2. Fred Irwin, Mgr. Idaho-Pittsburg later Trade Dollar Mine, 3. Permeal French, later Dean of Women, University of Idaho. Lower row: 1. R. H. Britt, Mgr. Poorman Mine.
    • Idaho City - Buildings (E)

    • Mining camps; Mining; Cities & towns; Bell towers; Wooden buildings;
    • Two story wood building. Wooden tower with bell.
    • Mountain City, Nevada- Local Mine (A)

    • Mining; Mining camps; Log Cabins; Utility poles; Headframes (Mining);
    • Two log cabins stand near the headframe of a mine. A sage brush and weed covered hillside is in the background.
    • 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.
    • Thunder Mountain, Idaho

    • Mining camps; Cabins; Dogs;
    • Two couples, and their dogs, in front of a wooden cabin in the Thunder Mountain region. Woman on right is Lenny Charters who later moved to Atlanta and lived for many years.
    • Trade Dollar Mine, Dewey, Idaho

    • Mills; Mine buildings; Mining equipment; Mining; Mining camps; Tailings embankments; Porches; Wooden buildings;
    • Trade Dollar Mine at Dewey, Idaho. Panoramic view with buildings in the foreground and the main Mill and tailings pile in the background, Horses and wagons are in the center.
    • Miners, Silver City, Idaho

    • Miners; Mining camps
    • Trade Dollar Mine at Dewey in Owyhee County, Idaho. Crews from both the day and night shifts are outside the Blaine Tunnel. Photo taken May 1900. "Big Bill Haywood" in front row, fourth from right. Elisha Lewis of Silver City and Boise identifies...
    • Yellowjacket, Idaho

    • Mining camps; Mine buildings; Mills; Hotels;
    • Town of Yellowjacket from the dump of Peter Tunnel. In left foreground is Columbia Mill and nearer foreground is the new hotel.
    • Silver City - school

    • Schools; Wooden buildings; Architectural elements; Vehicles; Mining camps;
    • The school house at Silver City, Idaho.
    • Graham, Idaho (G)

    • ghost towns; mills; mining; mining camps; mining equipment
    • The remains of the mill building at Graham, Idaho. Piles of broken lumber and machinery lie in front of the derelict mill.
    • The Prospector and Thunder Mountain News 1

    • Newspapers; Gold mining; Gold miners; Gold; Business & finance; Business districts; Mining camps; Mining;
    • The Prospector and Thunder Mountain News describes the up and comings of all of the local mines mentioning the Sunnyside, the Dewey, etc.
    • Lawyers, Thunder Mountain

    • Miners; Mining; Mining camps; Law offices; Lawyers;Tents; Camping;
    • The office of "Hawley & Puckett Attorneys at Law". Two men are are shown standing by the tent office. Assorted supplys can be seen inside the tent. Possibly Roosevelt.


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