Arizona Historical Society - Library and Archives
Photograph album documenting an August 1938 meeting of the Arizona Desert Rats group at the Cochise Stronghold home of John A. Rockfellow. The photographs show the people attending as well as a tour of the area with captions describing their tour. The group includes Dan Williamson, Edith Kitt, Frank Lockwood, John Rockfellow, Joe McKinney, George Wise, Edwin B. Hill, Father Bonaventure Oblasser, Bernice Cosulich, and Bob Hayden. The tour includes Courtland and Gleeson, Arizona, a Tombstone school and Wells Fargo office, and the ruins of the Butterfield Stage Station at Dragoon, Ariz
State Library of Western Australia
State Library of Western Australia
Colour transparencies of the Sons of Gwalia gold mine and township, taken for the Gwalia Conservation Study in 1985 / P. Bell, J. Connell & J. McCarthy (b11194121)
State Library of Western Australia
Colour transparencies of the Sons of Gwalia gold mine and township, taken for the Gwalia Conservation Study in 1985 / P. Bell, J. Connell & J. McCarthy (b11194121)
State Library of Western Australia
Colour transparencies of the Sons of Gwalia gold mine and township, taken for the Gwalia Conservation Study in 1985 / P. Bell, J. Connell & J. McCarthy (b11194121)
Museum of the Great Plains
Three images relating to early Oklahoma pioneer life: Young's Crossing (Ghost town), in Seminole County, Okla.; Jessie and Mary Scoggins farming; and buffalo hunters skinning buffalo
Stephen F. Austin State University, East Texas Research Center
Manuscript chapters from Block's book East Texas Mill Towns and Ghost Towns which includes information about sawmills, tram roads, and logging camps in East Texas lumbering towns -- Also includes newspaper articles about the book, a list of Block's published writings, manuscripts about Louisiana sawmills, articles, biographies, and notes
University of Montana--Missoula, Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library, K. Ross Toole Archives
Typewritten documents, hand drawn maps, and photo negatives of mining camps in Montana. There is information regarding the purpose of the study and the importance of historic preservation of mining camps. Also included is information gathered from their study, including hand drawn maps of sites
Montana Historical Society Research Center - Archives and Photograph Archives
Collection contains photographs of ghost towns in Montana, Idaho, Oregon, Wyoming, Colorado, Utah, Arizona, New Mexico, Nevada and California. Images include abandoned buildings, such as hotels, houses, saloons, mills, kilns, cabins, schools, and ranch houses, as well as mill and mining equipment and tombstones. The collection is divided into ten volumes. Volume 1 contains images of: Bannack and OTO Dude Ranch, Glendale, Canyon Creek, Deer Lodge, Garnet, Helena, Coolidge, Granite and Emery, Montana; Yellowstone, Wyoming; and Camas Meadows Battlefield, Idaho. Volume 2 contains images of: Castletown, Deer Lodge, Hughesville, Gold Coin Mill, Elkhorn, Lion City, Alder Gulch, Barton Gulch, Madison Valley, Gravelly Range, Albright, and Sluice Boxes State Park, Montana. Volume 3 contains images of: Albright, Sluice Boxes State Park, Big Seven Mine, Comet, Wickes, Glendale, Lakeshore Mine, Sterling, Clark and Upson Mill, and Pony, Montana; Silver City, Idaho; and Whitney and Sumpter Valley ... Read More
Montana Historical Society Research Center - Archives and Photograph Archives
Flathead Indian woman with dead infant in casket; Flathead Indians on horseback, in front of tipis; interior of store, possibly near Hilger, Montana; interior of parlor in home of James Andrews, Butte, Montana (1902); view with Demersville, Montana, in distance (by Ollason & Nicolson, Demersville, Montana, 1890); overview of Lion City, Montana (1880); Marysville, Montana, street scene with view of Peterson's Hotel, Feed and Livery Stable, men standing in front of Peterson's Hotel facade, men and women lined up on 2nd story porches that connect between buildings, and horses (by Eastman, ca. 1885); "Senator Clark's 'ball team" from Butte, Montana, warming up; print with views of Plentywood, Montana (1914); print with views of Culbertson, Montana, 1914

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