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    • 4th of July Celebration

    • Celebrations; Children; Clothing & dress; Holidays; Mining camps;
    • Boys and girls posed with American flags for the 4th of July at Quartzburg, Idaho, 4/7/1915. A cabin, shed, and mine tailings pile are in the background.
    • 79-66-45
    • Bird's Eye View of Grimes Creek and Vicinity

    • Panoramic photographs; Mills; Mining camps; Mountains; Elevators
    • Lithographic panorama of valley showing mines, mine camps, flumes and with inset of gravel elevator. Property of Ben Willson.
    • 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
    • Bradley Mine, Stibnite, Mines

    • Mining; Wooden buildings; Mining; Mining camps;
    • Conveyors and mill buildings in the "Glory Hole" at Bradley Mining Company's Stibnite mine in Valley County, Idaho. Photo was taken April 24, 1949. The mine and town of Stibnite are named after the antimony sulfide ore "Stibnite".
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • Buildings, Silver City, Idaho

    • Mining; Mining camps; Storehouses; Stone buildings;
    • "First Powder House" First on right hand side as you leave Silver City, July 19, 1975.
    • Buildings, Silver City, Idaho 1

    • Mining; Mining camps; Storehouses; Stone buildings;
    • "Second Powder House" This building was recently purchased and renovated for summertime residency.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • Daly Hotel, Quartzburg, Idaho

    • Mining; Mining camps; City & town life;
    • left to right: unknown; unknown; Mrs. Ann (Daly) Morrison; Mr. Daly (father of Ann); Mrs. Daly (mother of Ann); Ann (Daly) Morrison's sister is sitting on Mr. Daly's lap.
    • Dancing, De Lamar, Idaho

    • Mining camps; Dance parties; Women; Costumes;
    • Group in costume to do Sailor's Hornpipe. Cordelia Farrer is on the back row far right. Others unidentified.
    • Drilling Contests, Warren, Idaho

    • Miners; Mining camps; Recreation; Contests;
    • Drilling contest in 1922 in Warren, Idaho. standing: L-R 1. Unknown, 2. Theodore Mauresburger, 3. Joe Powell, 4. Mannering, 5. Jack Murphy, 6. Austin James (owned freight line & drove from Salt Lake to Boise), 7. Harvey Smith, 8. Unknown, 9. Jess...
    • Dwellings, Rocky Bar, Idaho

    • Dwellings;Mining camps;Wooden buildings; Cabins; Log cabins; Equipment;
    • Frank Ake and family at Rocky Bar, Idaho, 1880. Nine men and one woman are posed outside the log cabin at the base of a hill.
    • Dwellings, Rocky Bar, Idaho 1

    • Houses; Mining camps; Wooden buildings; Children's clothing & dress; Children; Clothing & dress; Pioneers;
    • Hoffman House, a large group of men, women, and children are standing in front of the two story wooden structure.
    • Freight & Freightage, De Lamar, Idaho

    • Shipping; Carts & wagons; Mules; Muleteers; Mining equipment; Mining camps; Wooden buildings; Horses; Horseback riding;
    • Mule-drawn wagon train in the lower part of the town of De Lamar, on Jordan Creek, Owyhee County, Idaho. On ground, Eddie Morgan, nampa. on horseback, Bob Grant, father of donor. Copied from photo loaned by Earl Grant, Boise.


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