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[Railroad depot. Genesee]
1904
[Railroad depot. Genesee]

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[Genesee from the west. Genesee].
1904
Wording on photo: ""Genesee from the west. Photo by Hall""

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[West end of Genesee. Genesee].
1904
White building at left the flour mill with the electric sub station the small brick building at its right. The flour mill later burned. Wording on photo: ""The west end of Genesee Ida looking north. Hall Photo"".

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Looking east at Genesee. Genesee.
1890-03-30
March 30, 1890. Believed to be first picture.

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Horse power hay baling outfit.
1899
Genesee area late 1890s or early 1900s.

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Looking north at Genesee.
1904-04-30
From across the flat. April 30, 1904.

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Looking north at Genesee. Genesee.
1901
Early 1900s.

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Looking north east at Genesee.
1904-04-30
From N.P. R.R. [Northern Pacific Railroad] crossing on old road to Lewiston. April 30, 1904.

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H.B. Hodgins Farm.
1886-04-04
Southwest of Genesee, 4/4/1886. Drawing by T.E. Miller. Located northwest corner at the intersection of Highway 95 and the Northern Pacific Railroad.

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Genesee High School graduating class. Genesee.
1910
H.B. Hodgins grand-daughter back row, fourth from left.

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Genesee Farmers Union Members. [Genesee].
1920
About the 1920s. Members of the Moscow Farmers Union marked with a *. See picture #37 for names [90-4-037].

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School children. Genesee.
1904
From H.B. Hodgins' grand-daughter.

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School children. Genesee.
1904
From H.B. Hodgins' grand-daughter.

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Genesee Valley Band.
1899 1900 1901 1902 1903
1899-1903. Band leader Rev. Charles Anderson.

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[Genesee Valley Band.]
1899 1900 1901 1902 1903
1899-1903. Band leader Rev. Charles Anderson.

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Our first Sunday in Genesee.
1904
Wording on photo: ""Rev. & Mrs. Thompson's first Sunday here. Members of Our Saviors of Moscow were invited and their Choir furnished music. Taken at the Estef Larson home 1904.""

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Ray Kennedy combine outfit.
1904
Genesee, Idaho area in the early 1900s.

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Niels J. Visby and Family.
1904
Genesee pioneer family plus two more children.

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Idaho National Harvester.
1911 1912 1913 1914 1915 1916 1917
A push combine manufactured at Moscow 1911-1917. Near Genesee, Idaho. harvesting 65 bushel wheat.

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John Platt hay baling outfit.
1910
Near Genesee, Idaho. 1910.

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Fisk Foglestrom and Carlson threshing outfit.
1900
At the Spencer place, four miles northeast [of] Genesee, Idaho. 1900.

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East end of Kendrick. Kendrick.
1916
Part 3 of 3 parts showing the east end of Kendrick from a panoramic by Allen Photo Co. Walla Walla, Wash. about 1916. Several pictures were taken of different towns and locations with some dated 1916.

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[Locomotive].
1912
[Caption from newspaper?]: ""Death Locomotive."" Northern Pacific locomotive N. 700 lived to pull trains again after it, together with locomotive 364 carried four men to their deaths Dec. 15, 1899 after running wild down the Kendrick grade.

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Central part of Kendrick. Kendrick.
1916
Part 2 of 3 parts showing the central part of Kendrick from a panoramic by Allen Photo Co. Walla Walla, Wash. about 1916. Picture from Rev. Steve Craskey of Kendrick. 1978.

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Looking west at Main Street. [Kendrick].
1903-07-04
With the parade of July 4, 1903, in progress. Float at right pulled by six horses, the one behind by eight white horses. Kendrick Band in foreground.

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Tramway. Kendrick.
1903
A drawing of the bucket tramway to convey sacked grain from the top of the canyon to the valley below. Located at the east end of Kendrick in the area now occupied by Brocke and Sons warehouse. Picture from a souvenir plate, Mr. G. Brocke, Jr. Wording on image: ""Tramway, Kendrick, Idaho"".

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Juliaetta.
1897
The above picture [90-4-067] from Otto Schupfer, son of R. Schupfer. Looking northeast 1897.

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Kendrick.
1904
After 1904 fire.

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Kendrick.
1904
After 1904 fire.

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Copy of newspaper article. Kendrick.
1961-09-29
Idahonian September 29, 1961.

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Looking southeast after the fire, showing buildings not burned. [Kendrick].
1904
Looking southeast after the fire, showing buildings not burned. [Kendrick].

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Looking southwest at Main Street. [Kendrick].
1904-08-05
After the fire of August 5, 1904.

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Looking southwest at Main Street. [Kendrick].
1904
Showing some of the first business establishments operating out of tents after the fire.

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Kendrick public school. Kendrick.
1903
Located on the north hillside. 1903. J.P. Barrackman was principal at this time and later was a principal in Moscow schools.

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Kendrick flour mill building. Kendrick.
1903
The Kendrick flour mills were located where the Lewiston Grain Growers cribbed elevator stands today. (1975). A tramway transported sacked grain down the canyon wall to this location.

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Long residence. [Kendrick].
1901
Located on the hill at the east end of Main Street on the north side. The east section of the residence was built in 1889 and the west section in 1900.

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Kendrick brick yards. Kendrick.
1903
At the east end of town, manufactured bricks for the construction of the buildings in town.

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Looking east at Main Street. Kendrick.
1903
In the early 1900s. Before pavement and only one car visible on the south side of the street. The Long residence at top of hill east end.

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Kendrick ball park. Kendrick.
1930
Located west of town about the 1930s. Baseball game in progress.

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Looking northeast at Juliaetta.
1898
Some time after the picture of 1897 [90-4-067] on the preceding page. More buildings show.

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Hank Skeel's sawmill.
1886
In 1886 located on the Chaney place near the Bethel Church on American Ridge about five miles south of Troy on the road to Kendrick. Picture from Herman Schupfer of Kendrick.

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Making molasses.
1894
Near Kendrick on the Scotty Wilson homestead, in 1894. Left to right: Donald Burns, Mary (Burns) Wilson, Kate (Burns) Metcalf, John Burns, Carson Metcalf, and ? Metcalf.

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Funeral of Eddie Snieve.
1919-03-18
Who died of the flu in Colberg, Germany March 18, 1919. Burial was in the Bethany Cemetery on Big Bear Ridge. World War One veterans of the area in uniform were pall bearers. Sargeant Fred Bolen formerly of Company F. 116th Engineers blew Taps.

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[Funeral of Eddie Snieve].
1919-03-18
Ira Bollen, driver of the horse-drawn hearse. Hearse was owned by Frank Chamberlain of Kendrick.

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Looking east at Kendrick. Kendrick.
1910
In the early 1900s before 1920. See the tramway trestle at the east end of town and shorter ones on the canyon wall. Sacked grain was carried from the top to the warehouse on the valley floor.

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Looking east at Main Street. Kendrick.
1910
In the early 1900s. Before pavement and only one car visible on the south side of the street. The Long residence at top of hill east end.

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B.H. Wilcox farmstead.
1910
West of Kendrick about one-quarter mile from the foot of the Kendrick, Troy grade to the west.

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[photo of newspaper article]
1959
""60 years ago today runaway freight train killed five at bottom of Kendrick grade""

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Looking northeast at Joel.
1940
From the Northern Pacific R.R.[Railroad] about 1940. Joel and Cornwall pictures from Mrs. Ruth (Walker) Bruce.

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Looking northeast at Juliaetta.
1899
Some time after the above picture [90-4-068] was taken. More buildings show. Dates unknown.