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[photo of typescript and warranty deed]

[History of Joel]

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Tramway. Kendrick.
1922
Built in 1920-21 to bring clay from the pits to the north of Highway 8 to the Northern Pacific Railroad to be transported to the Moscow Fire Brick and Clay Products Company of Moscow, Idaho. Looking south at two towers with cables at top and the Northern Pacific Railroad train in background.

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Looking east at the John Warker round barn.
1910
Located about three-quarters of a mile west of Joel.

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Looking north at Joel.
1939-09-19
September 19, 1939, showing lumber mill and two crib-bin elevators. Picture after the timber fire on the ridge south of Joel. By Ted Wolfenberger.

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Looking northeast at Joel.
1940-04-14
April 14, 1940, from tramway tower. Picture by Ted Wolfenberger. Northern Pacific Railroad depot at right.

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Looking east at Joel.
1940-08-14
August 14, 1940, from tramway tower showing the sawmill south across the Northern Pacific Railroad tracks. Picture by Ted Wolfenberger.

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Looking north at Joel.
1926-07-09
July 9, 1926, before crib-bin elevators were built. Picture from Ted Wolfenberger.

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Looking northeast at a panoramic picture of Juliaetta.
1901
Copied from a foldout postcard. Picture taken after the three preceeding pictures [90-4-067, 068, 069]. Believed to be in the early 1900s. Wording on photo: ""Bird's-eye View of Juliaetta, Idaho, looking east.""

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Looking northeast at Cornwall.
1900
In 1900 or before. Grice's flour mill in the foreground. Church next building north, and the white building in the trees the grocery store.

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[photo of typescript and map section[

[History of Cornwall]

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Cornwall store and post office.
1900
Was built by Mason Cornwall about 1885. A dance hall was on the left. In 1898 it belonged to Mr. Halverson who sold to Joe E. Blaylock. Left to right: Della Blaylock, Joe E. Blaylock, May Blaylock, Siv Lee, Frank Oswart, and Nancy Blaylock.

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Olswath's Boarding House.
1900
On the side hill facing north on Sumner Road. People on porch not identified.

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[Blaylock store.]
1900
A later Blaylock store showing the hole in the roof where Joe E. Blaylock was blown through by a dynamite blast. He lived to tell about it.

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[Blaylock store.]
1900
Inside the store. The hole where the coffee grinder is located is where Joe E. Blaylock was at the time of the blast. Also the stove and chair were above this spot. Left to right: Joe L. Blaylock, a son; Harold Bande Banter; Bud Buchanan; Oscar Assman; Dan Assman; T. Wolfenberger.

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Charles A. Hobart's log cabin.
1890
In 1890 located about one-and-one-half miles north of Tomers Butte.

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Charles A. Hobart's threshing.
1882 1883 1884 1885
About 1882-1885 near Cornwall, Idaho.

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Miller's trestle.
1890
On the Northern Pacific Railroad about one-and-one-half miles east of Cornwall. Built about 1890.

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"Walters" School House.
1930-08-01
The old "Walters" school house in the Cornwall area August 1930 and razed November 11, 1936. Picture by Ted Wolfenberger.

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Miller's School House.
1930
About 1930. Looking north from the Northern Pacific Railroad at Miller's trestle, about one-and-one-half miles east of Cornwall. Charles Miller home at left and Moscow Mountains in background.

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Looking west at Juliaetta.
1915
In 1915. Copied from a panoramic by Clifford M. Ott.

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Old Red House
1930
In the foreground was the Mart Miller's first home when they arrived October 4, 1883. Located in the valley north of the Northern Pacific Railroad and Miller's trestle. House and school same as in the above [90-4-142] picture.

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Looking northwest at Troy.
1903
In the early 1900s. The Northern Pacific Railroad at left and foreground with the Moscow Mountain showing in the center background. The pioneer school house shows at the far end of Main Street. Note the tree stumps still in the street.

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Typescript.

[Troy, Idaho]

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Looking southeast at Main Street. Troy.
1891
About 1891. Note stumps in street.

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Looking northwest at Main Street. Troy.
1903
In the early 1900s.

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Looking northeast across Main Street. Troy.
1909
At Fifth Avenue, 1909.

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Looking southwest across Main Street. Troy.
1909
At Fifth Avenue, 1909.

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Northern Pacific [Railroad] depot. Troy.
1903
Reportedly Troy's oldest building; according to reports from old-timers in the community was built before the railroad tracks were laid. Picture early 1900s.

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Northern Pacific [Railroad] depot. Troy.
1929
The Northern Pacific [Railroad] passenger track and depot at Troy. The town's population turned out to see the Troy Band off to Spokane, Washington. Picture taken in 1929. For Troy Day in Spokane.

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Looking east at the north section of Troy, Idaho. Troy.
1903
Early 1900s. Northern Pacific [Railroad] passenger train going into town from the west. Picture from Mrs. Dean Carrico.

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Concrete block building. [Juliaetta].
1908
Built in 1908. Located on the northwest side of Main Street. Wording on photo: "Stump Building Home of the Foster School of Healing".

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Looking northeast at Troy. Troy.
1925
With the W.M. Duthie grain warehouses in the lower right-hand side of picture. Now Troy Bean and Elevator Company as of 1979. Picture probably taken about 1920-30 period.

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Troy's first school. Troy.
1903
Built in 1893 on the north hill burned about 1907 and was replaced by a brick school. Picture from Mr. M.A. Smith.

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John P. Vollmer flour mill. Troy.
1903
Built in the 1890s by [John] Vollmer who was instrumental in bringing the railroad to this area in 1890. This building now part of the Troy Bean and Elevator Company as of 1979.

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Flood waters. Troy.

At the southeast part of troy with the Troy Bean and Elevator Company office and part of the warehouses beyond. Date unknown.

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Looking northwest at Troy. Troy.
1913
About 1913 when covered by snow. The new brick school shows in the far distance on the hill northwest end of Main Street.

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Idaho Fire Brick Company.
1916
Located west of Troy and south of the highway. Picture copied from 28-inch long panoramic by Allen Photo Co. of Walla Walla, Wash. about 1916.

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Idaho Fire Brick Company.
1910
From an earlier picture than the above [90-4-158] panoramic.

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Looking northeast across Main Street. Troy.
1926
At Fifth Avenue, 1926. Olds [mobile?] car agency showing new cars.

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Looking northeast at the north part of Troy. Troy.

From a Northern Pacific [Railroad] car window. School shows at extreme left. Date ?

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Looking southeast at Main Street. Troy.
1909
Toward American Ridge, 1909.

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Looking southeast at Main Street. Troy.
1901
Toward American Ridge, from a postcard. Early 1900s. Wording on photo: ""No. 1 Main Street from School Grounds Troy, Idaho"".

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Troy public school. Troy.

On hill northwest part of town. Date ?

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Troy public school [students]. Troy.

School children of the above [90-4-164] school. No names or date.

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Print shop. Troy.

No other identification.

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More buildings in the same block. [Juliaetta].
1901
As the above picture [90-4-072] on the northwest side of Main Street in the early 1900s.

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Rock crusher.

Powered by steam engine, located east of Troy.

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George Bricka home. Troy.

George Brickas and their home in Troy west of the N.P.R.R. [Northern Pacific Railroad] track in the summer time.

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George Bricka home. Troy.

George Brickas and their home in Troy west of the N.P.R.R. [Northern Pacific Railroad] track in the winter time. No other information on these pictures.

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George Bricka home. Troy.

West of the Northern Pacific Railroad track in the summer time. Brinkas (sic) in the back yard.