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George Bricka home. Troy.

West of the Northern Pacific Railroad track in the winter time. Brinkas in the back yard.

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Sawmill and copper mine. Troy.
1912-06-21
Wording on photo: ""Photograph from O.K. Olson, Troy, Idaho"". Handwriting on photo: 6-21-1912

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[Sawmill and copper mine]. Troy.

Photo of map section.

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Northern Pacific [Railroad] train wreck.
1911-08-02
Below Troy, August 2, 1911.

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Threshing.
1918
On Axel Olson farm near Nora, 1918. Swedish Mission Church in background of picture.

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[O.K. Olson sawmill].

Photo of map section.

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Mizpa Copper Mine.

Located north of Beals Butte. Copper ore is contained in the burlap bags. Left to right: Bob and Carol Olson.

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[Mizpa Copper Mine].

Mine 300-feet in the ground. Left to right: Bob, Carl, Knewt Olson and their uncle, J.A. Anderson.

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O.K. Olson sawmill.
1890
On Bear Creek, east of Troy, 1890.

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Looking northwest at Troy. Troy.
1907
In 1907. The school may be seen at top center of picture.

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Looking south at Main Street. Troy.
1928
In 1928. This shows the west side business district of Troy.

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O.K. Olson sawmill.
1906
Located four miles east of Troy. May be a different location that the picture below [90-4-183]. Nora sawmill?

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O.K. Olson sawmill.
1907
Located four miles east of Troy in Township 39 N., Range 3 W. about center of Section 10.

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Pioneer sawmill.
1907
Located somewhere between Troy and Deary, possibly Deep Creek. See oxen in right center of picture. No identification.

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O.K. Olson sawmill.
1907
Located four miles east of Troy in Township 39 N., Range 3 W., Sect. 10. Same as mil opposite [90-4-183].

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Atwater Lake.
1907
Natural lake located on Big Bear Ridge about five miles north of Kendrick and one-and-one-half miles west of Highway 3 at the southeast corner of Sec. 26, Township 39 N. Range 3 W. Picture from Gerald Ingle.

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Brick building. [Juliaetta]
1902
Built in 1902 and known as the Palace Hotel. Located on the northwest side of Main Street.

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Taney post office.
1907
In top center of picture, closed in 1907. Albert McKee and Ben Hull hauling grain with four horses. Picture taken on Big Bear Ridge about one mile west of the Wild Rose Cemetery. Picture from Gerald Ingle.

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[Hotel]. [Juliaetta].
1899
Valley Hotel located on the southeast side of Main Street. The name L.F. Simmons shows above ""Valley."" Before 1900. [""Juliaetta Hotel"" on photo.]

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[Sawmill].
1907
There were three sawmills in the Nora area. This is believed to be the White Pine Troy Lumber Company Mill. Picture from Clara Hoidal.

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Johanson mill.
1907
In the Nora area. Picture from Clara Hoidal.

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[Hauling logs].
1907
To the Dinsmore Mill in the Nora area. Note logs in the mill pond in the foreground. Picture from Clara Hoidal.

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[Hagan place].
1907
Old Man Hagan place, now Hardy place where Al and Sandy Paul live in 1979. Picture from Sheryl Hansen.

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[Sawmill].
1890
East of Troy, Dry Creek area ?, 1890. See oxen at right. See [90-4-184].

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Nora sawmill.
1890
Located four miles east of Troy in the 1890s.

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[Civilian Conservation Corps camp].
1935
On Meadow Creek north of Troy, 1935. Moscow Mountain at left background of picture.

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Meadow Creek Recreational Area.
1974
Same location as above [90-4-193], 1974. Note growth of trees in foreground.

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[Flour mill].

Wording on photo: """"Pride of the Potlatch"" Patent Flour. Home of the ""Pride of the Potlatch"""".

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Juliaetta Cannery.
1905
And crew about 1905.

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[Flood].
1909
The flood about 1909 washed boulders on the Northern Pacific Railroad tracks at Schupfer's Gulch.

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Middle Potlatch flood.
1909
About 1909. Washed out the Northern Pacific Railroad bridge at the northeast edge of Juliaetta. Wording on photo: ""Middle Potlatch - About - 1909"".

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Road grader. Juliaetta.
1901
Pulled by six horses grading the streets of Juliaetta in the early 1900s.

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[Train wreck].
1936
The Northern Pacific [Railroad] passenger train wreck near Arrow Junction in 1936.

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Looking north at the tramway loading station.
1912
For transporting sacked grain down the canyon wall to the valley floor below. Picture dated 1912.

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Tramway car.
1912
Loaded with sacked grain ready to be moved down to the valley below. Otto Schupfer, son of the pioneer R. Schupfer at right in picture. 1912. [Arthur] Perryman left.

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Loaded tramway car.
1912
Nearly to the bottom of the canyon wall. 1912.

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Tramway station.
1912
At the bottom of the canyon on the valley floor. Note the abundance of potatoes being harvested in the foreground. 1912. The tramway was located about one-quarter mile up river from Juliaetta.

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Lower end of the tramway and the receiving station.
1912
May be seen at top of picture over the barn. Mrs. R. Schupfer may be seen feeding her chickens in foreground. 1912.

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Castle. [Juliaetta].
1906
Built by A.A. Adams in 1906 who made concrete blocks resembling stone. Located one block northwest of Main Street. In 1975 ""The Castle"" is being used as a museum.

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Kendrick.
1891
The town was founded by Thomas Kirby, the first postmaster, in 1889, who named it Latah. In May, 1900, an arrangement was made that the Northern Pacific would build to the town, and on a guarantee that that road would be built there by Jan, 1, 1891, Thomas Kirby gave the railroad a deed to one-half of the town site of 240 acres. The town was then named Kendrick, in honor of the chief engineer of the Northern Pacific. May 8, the town was platted, and Oct. 15, 1890, the same year it was incorporated. The first train arrived Feb. 4, 1891. Aug. 16 1893 came the first big fire wiping out 31 business structures and caused a loss of about $100,000. Again Aug. 4, 1904 fire destroyed 43 business structures and 19 private homes. Not one business structure was left standing. Kendrick had two floods, the first Dec 15, 1899 caused by a train wreck and the big flood of Jan. 12, 1900.

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First Kendrick building. Kendrick.
1891
Photo caption wording: "First Kendrick Building. Pictured above is the first building constructed in what is now the town of Kendrick. It was the homestead cabin of John Nichols, the only habitation found there when Northern Pacific Railroad surveyors arrived in 1891 to prepare for the construction of the railroad over which today more than 1,000 carloads of produce annually leave the community. There is a movement in Kendrick to refurbish the Nichols home and establish a museum therein. (Photo by Maribel Schupfer.)".

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Looking west at Kendrick, Idaho. Kendrick.
1903
In the early 1900s before the fire of August 5, 1904. Picture taken after the one below [90-4-091]. Note growth of trees in this picture.

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Looking west at Kendrick, Idaho. Kendrick.
1899
Picture from the Idaho history published in 1899.

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Brick buildings on the north side of Main Street. [Kendrick].
1897
Built in 1892. See McCormick grain binder at left. Picture 1897.

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Looking southeast at east end of Main Street. [Kendrick].
1900
With Northern Pacific [Railroad] passenger train and water tank in background. 1900.

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[Train wreck].
1899-12-20
Caption from newspaper?: ""Six killed when train derailed. (See photo for remainder of caption.)

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[Train wreck].
1899-12-20
Northern Pacific [Railroad] wrecker cleaning up after the above wreck [90-4-094] of December 15, 1899, which killed six trainmen.

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[Flood]. Kendrick.
1900-01-12
January 12, 1900. (Caption is from The Tribune 1900. See photo.)

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White Drug Company building on the north side of Main Street. [Kendrick].
1900-01-12
After the flood of January 12, 1900.

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Looking west at Main Street. [Kendrick].
1900-01-12
After the flood of January 12, 1900.