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[copy of article from ""Potlatch Story"" March 1960]
1960-03-01
[copy of article from ""Potlatch Story"" March 1960]

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""Potlatcher"".
1938
When the passenger train was discontinued on the run from Bovill to Palouse the Potlatcher carried the passengers, mail and express.

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William Deary.
1906
William Deary.

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[Men sitting on lumber atop railroad car]. Potlatch.
1906
""First car selects now ready on Track 2"". Left to right: R.M. Weyerhaeuser, Cliff Musser, William Deary, A.W. Laird, Mr. Wilkinson, A.H. Irving, Mark Seymour. Picture 1906.

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Potlatch school. Potlatch.
1906
At left with church in the foreground. No date.

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[William Deary memorial monument]. Potlatch.
1921-06-11
Two large granite boulders, one weighing twelve tons have been placed on the Athletic Club lawn as a memorial to William Deary. Heavy equipment and a crew of 12 men were required to set the monument in place. It was erected June 11, 1921.

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[William Deary memorial monument]. Potlatch.
1921
Two large granite boulders in place with a plaque mounted on the top boulder inscribed ""In memory of William Deary"". The two boulders were secured from the side of Elk Butte, near Elk River, Idaho, where they have been exposed to the elements for centuries.

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[William Deary memorial monument]. Potlatch.
1984-02-01
William Deary memorial monument with the Athletic Club building in the background. Picture has same coverage as one taken 6/11/1921 [90-5-043e].

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[William Deary memorial monument]. Potlatch.
1984-02-01
By Clifford M. Ott February 1, 1984.

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[William Deary memorial monument]. Potlatch.
1984-02-01
With the Athletic Club building in the background. Wide angle lens used on camera. Clifford M. Ott February 1, 1984.

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[William Deary memorial monument plaque]. Potlatch.
1984-02-01
By Clifford M. Ott February 1, 1984.

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[copy of newspaper article]
1983-09-23
Headline: Part of Potlatch history to be sold with mill (September 23, 1983)

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[photo of newspaper article]
1984-02-05
Headline: Potlatch mill records go to library [February 5, 1984]

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Potlatch, Idaho.
1906-07-05
July 5, 1906. Picture taken from top of Potlatch Lumber Company burner. See picture #24 [90-5-024].

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Downtown Potlatch.
1913
[Photo of newspaper article] Caption: Downtown Potlatch on one of the company store sales days in early 1910s. Beyond store in center is company bank, above which, in lodge hall, shoppers enjoyed free lunches. The Union Protestant Church is on up the street. Hotel is at left, farm implement store at right.

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Section of a White Pine log. Potlatch.
1913-09-28
Standing on the north side of the entrance to the Potlatch Lumber Company mill. Picture by John D. Cress, Staff photographer, American Lumberman, September 28 - October 4, 1913.

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Gold Hill post office.
1924
Built in the late 1860s located about one-and-one-half miles north of Gold Hill in Township 42 N. Range 4 West, Section 11 near the Carrico Gold Mine. Left to right: Paul Bockmier and Mr. Brown with gun. Picture taken in 1924.

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Wheelbarrow Mine.
1906-06-01
Located in the area north of Gold Hill.

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Hoodoo Mine.
1906-06-01
Hoodoo Mine.

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[Lost Wheelbarrow Mining Company certificate].
1941-03-17
[Lost Wheelbarrow Mining Company certificate].

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W.I.& M. [Washington, Idaho & Montana Railway] depot. Potlatch.
1985-09-04
September 4, 1985. Picture by Clifford M. Ott.

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Log cabin in the Hoodoos.
1906-06-01
Log cabin in the Hoodoos.

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[photo of map section].
1906-06-01
""Ghost Cabins in the Hoodoos""

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Latah County State Bank. Deary.
1906-06-01
Picture from Al Hoffman of Moscow.

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Miners' camp in the Hoodoos.
1906-06-01
Miners' camp in the Hoodoos.

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Main Street. Deary.
1906-06-01
Main Street. Deary.

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Looking north at Deary.
1906-06-23
June 23, 1906, with Potato Hill in the background. The town was started with the coming of the W.I.&M. [Washington, Idaho & Montana Railway] when it was built from Bovill to Palouse.

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Looking north at Deary.
1908
In 1908 with Potato Hill in background. The town owned a gasoline engine drive electric generating plant which was discontinued in 1927 with the coming of electric power from Spokane.

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Looking north at Deary.
1910
In 1910.

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Looking north at Deary.
1910
In 1910 before the big fire.

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[Deary].
1909-10-04
[Deary].

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[Deary].
1909-10-04
[Deary].

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Governor Moses Alexander. Deary.
1917-07-15
July 15, 1917. Al Hoffman.

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Deary.
1935
From a panoramic picture cut into three sections, top- looking northeast, center- looking east, and bottom- looking southeast. Believe picture was taken in the 1930s.

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Deary.
1935
From a panoramic picture cut into three sections, top- looking northeast, center- looking east, and bottom- looking southeast. Believe picture was taken in the 1930'.

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Washington, Idaho & Montana Railway depot. Deary
1907-11-16
From a postcard postmarked November 16, 1907.

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Deary.
1935
From a panoramic picture cut into three sections, top- looking northeast, center- looking east, and bottom- looking southeast. Believe picture was taken in the 1930s.

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Helmer school house.
1908
District 69. Picture taken in 1908.

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Bill Helmer.
1908
Noted pioneer timber cruiser for the Potlatch Lumber Company. The above school [90-5-100] was named after him.

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[Church and school buildings.]
1973
The church at left was built in 1907 and dedicated February 1908. The school at the right was built in the summer of 1903 and used until the fall of 1952 when students were taken by bus to Kendrick and Juliaetta. The above picture [90-5-103] was taken in 1973 by Clifford M. Ott. For three months, the first Gold Hill school in 1888-89 was f held in a log cabin known as the Bill Benner homestead; seven children [attended]. In the fall of 1890 a log school house was built on the top hill just south of the present school shown above [90-5-103]. The log school house was used for 12 years.

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Linden. [typescript].

Linden. [typescript].

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Building. Potlatch.
1985-09-04
The only building left in the area once occupied by the Potlatch Lumber Company. Picture by Clifford M. Ott September 4, 1985. See picture #13 [90-5-013].

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(photo of map section). [Linden].
1973
(photo of map section). [Linden].

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(photo of map section). [Linden/Gold Hill].
1973
(photo of map section). [Linden/Gold Hill].

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(photo of map section). [Linden/Gold Hill].
1973
(photo of map section). [Linden/Gold Hill].

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Looking east across the Gold Hill Cemetery.
1973
The church and school at Linden (Gold Hill) may be seen on Gold Hill about the center of the picture. The family graves of Kirchknopf and Carr in foreground. Tony Kirchknopf passed away in April 1975.

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[photo of map section]. [Park].
1973
[photo of map section]. [Park].

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Boulder Creek School.
1897-06-25
Located in Park Valley. June 25, 1897. No. 1, Edward Swenson.

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Sawmill and crew.
1895
Located in the Park area. Late 1890s or early 1900s.

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[Street scene]. Park.
1895
Loaded and ready to leave Park, Idaho. Late 1890s or early 1900s.