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Buildings on the north side of Main Street. [Kendrick].
1900
A few days after the flood with a pack train in front. Standing in front, J.H. McCallie, Moscow's first dentist.

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West end of Kendrick. Kendrick.
1916
Part 1 of 3 parts showing the west end of Kendrick from a panoramic by Allen Photo Co. Walla Walla, Wash. about 1916.

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Looking west at Viola.
1882
Called Four Mile in the early days. Picture 1882.

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Looking southeast at Viola.
1909
In 1909. At this time the north-south road passed through the village and over the bridge in the foreground. When Highway 95 was built it bypassed Viola about two blocks to the west.

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Seventh Day Adventist dormitory and school. [Viola]
1930
Looking east at the Seventh Day Adventist dormitory, left, and their school to the right. Located behind the Schoepfler homestead about three miles southeast of Viola, in 1930.

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Seventh Day Adventist dormitory. [Viola]
1905
[Thatuna Academy] at left in top picture, 1905.

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Looking southeast at Viola.
1909
About 1909, see picture number 2 [90-5-002]. Picture from a glass negative.

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[Train wreck].
1909
Wreck near Viola on the Spokane & Inland Electric Railroad electric passenger train motor about 1909.

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[Certificate].
1875
[photo of Post Office certificate designating a postmaster]

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[Certificate].
1876
[photo of Post Office certificate]

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Palmer homestead.
1910
Near Viola 1910.

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Palmer timber claim.
1911
Near Elk River in 1911.

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Looking north showing Kennedy Ford dance hall.
1940
In foreground, Palouse River hidden in trees and brush with Highway 95 at the left in picture with cars parked along the roadside. See Indian teepees with dust from a race in progress beyond. Late 1930s-40.

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Looking northeast at the Kennedy Ford dance hall.
1940
And the race track beyond. Round dance hall was built in 1928. Believed to be a Fourth of July celebration in progress.

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Looking northeast at the Kennedy Ford dance hall.
1961
And the flood waters of the Palouse River in January 1961.

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Looking northeast at the location where the Kennedy Ford dance hall stood.
1974-01-16
Until it was razed May 8, 1970, and the flood waters from the Palouse River, January 16, 1974.

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[Kennedy Ford Grange hall.]
1950-07-03
Old Timer - The Kennedy Ford Grange hall, home of Kennedy Ford Grange 177, a member of the Idaho State Grange association, is the oldest Grange in Idaho in continuous operation. It was organized in 1906 with 99 charter members. The hall was recently dedicated with a well-attended program. The hall is located between Palouse and Potlatch, near the Potlatch-Moscow junction. [Caption from newspaper photo?]

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[Kennedy Ford Grange hall.]
1950-07-03
[photo of newspaper article]

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Site of Potlatch Lumber Company mill. Potlatch.
1985-09-04
Site of Potlatch Lumber Company [mill] after it was razed. Picture by Clifford M. Ott September 4, 1985.

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Potlatch Lumber Company mill. Potlatch.
1930
Built in 1905 and 1906. Operated until 1981 and closed permanently in 1983. The plant was razed in 1984. Picture by Charles Dimond, photographer for Hodgins Drug Store of Moscow, took picture 1930.

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Pioneer's cabin. Potlatch.
1905-09-22
Located at the site of the Potlatch Lumber Company mill at Potlatch, September 22, 1905.

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Pioneer's cabin. Potlatch.
1905-09-22
The last of the old landmarks, pioneer's cabin, being burned to make way for the construction of the Potlatch Lumber Company mill. September 22, 1905.

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Laying the foundation for the first house. Potlatch.
1905-11-11
To be built in Potlatch by the Potlatch Lumber Company, November 11, 1905. Note (Keep off the grass)

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Looking east at Potlatch. Potlatch.
1906-02-22
February 22, 1906.

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Excavating for the Potlatch Lumber Company mill pond. Potlatch.
1905-12-22
December 22, 1905.

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Looking east at the Potlatch Lumber Company sawmill. Potlatch.
1906-04-17
April 17, 1906.

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Looking northeast at Potlatch. Potlatch.
1906-04-17
Showing the depot and Gold Hill, April 17, 1906.

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Looking southwest at Potlatch Lumber Company mill. Potlatch.
1906-06-17
Brick kiln foreground, June 17, 1906.

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Looking south at Potlatch. Potlatch.
1906-08-09
August 9, 1906.

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Looking southwest at Potlatch Lumber Company mill. Potlatch.
1906-08-10
After burner installed, August 10, 1906.

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Looking north at Potlatch Lumber Company mill. Potlatch.
1906-08-15
August 15, 1906.

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Looking northeast at Potlatch. Potlatch.
1906-09-16
With large barn in foreground, September 16, 1906.

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Looking northeast at Potlatch Lumber Company mill and town. Potlatch.
1906-09-16
September 16, 1906.

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Looking northeast at Potlatch Lumber Company mill. Potlatch.
1906
Showing mill pond full of logs. Picture from a glass negative by Romig of Moscow, about 1906.

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Potlatch school. Potlatch.
1912
About 1912.

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[School]. Potlatch.
1906-10-01
First school with students and teachers at Potlatch, 1906-07.

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Potlatch Lumber Company dam. Potlatch.
1906
In the Palouse River at the south side of Potlatch. This was to hold the logs back in the pond until needed at the mill in Potlatch. Early 1900s.

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Hotel at left and Potlatch Mercantile Company store at right. Potlatch.
1906
Hotel at left and Potlatch Mercantile Company store at right. Potlatch.

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Potlatch Lumber [Company] saw filing room. Potlatch.
1906
Showing large band saw being sharpened.

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[Potlatch Lumber Co. power plant]. Potlatch.
1906
Engine furnished power for all the mill except the planning mill, which had its own power plant but of smaller H.P. [horsepower].

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Street scene. Potlatch.
1906
The Potlatch Mercantile Company building at right, burned January 1963.

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Potlatch Lumber Company power plant. Potlatch.
1906
About 1906. Twin City Corless Steam Engine, 1200 H.P. maximum 1800 H.P. Fly wheel, weight 80,000 lbs., diameter 24 ft., face 68 inches wide with a 66 inch three ply leather belt. Engine used 12 boilers, 200 H.P. each divided into 4 batteries of 3 each.

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[Potlatch Mercantile Company]. Potlatch.
1913-10-10
Seventh annual sale October 10, 11, 1913. Wording on photo: ""Selling force and delivery wagons of the Potlatch Mercantile Company, Potlatch, Idaho. Oct. 1912""

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[Potlatch Mercantile Company]. Potlatch.
1913-10
Wording on photo: Vehicle and implement department of the Potlatch Mercantile Company, Potlatch, Idaho. Oct. 1913

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Potlatch school. Potlatch.
1909-06-09
Copied from a postcard post marked June 9, 1909.

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Hotel and grocery store. Potlatch.
1913
Hotel and grocery store. Potlatch.

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W.I.&M. [Washington, Idaho & Montana Railway] passenger train. Potlatch.
1913
When at its prime at the Potlatch depot.

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W.I.&M. [Washington, Idaho & Montana Railway] engine number 23 and its crew.
1959
On their last run. Left to right: Byers Sanders, John Zagelow, Les Malboy, Kenneth White, Alex Anderson and C. Hays.

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Passenger train. Potlatch.
1913
In the W.I.&M. [Washington, Idaho & Montana Railway] yards at Potlatch carrying the honorary commercial commissioners of Japan on a tour of the Potlatch Lumber Company mill about 1913.

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Passenger train. Potlatch.
1913
Front end of the passenger train in the W.I.&M. [Washington, Idaho & Montana Railway] yards carrying the honorary commercial commissioners of Japan on a tour of the Potlatch Lumber Company mill about 1913.