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Horse-slaughter camp on the Spokane River, 8th, 9th, 10th Sept. 1858; nine hundred horses here captured and shot.

Great Falls of the Spokane River, W.T. 30 miles below the Cour D'Alene Lake.

Camp on the Spokane River

Bird's eye view of Cheney, Wash. Ter., county seat of Spokane County, 1884.

Bird's Eye View of Cheney, Wash. Ter., County seat of Spokane County. 1884

Band members wait out clearing of train wreck [en route from Portland to Spokane]

Band members wait out clearing of train wreck [en route from Portland to Spokane]

Sousa Band train involved in head-on collision [en route from Portland to Spokane]

S.S. Spokane

Harvesting machine pulled by 32 horses in Spokane, Washington

Falls of the Spokane River, Spokane, Washington

A panoram photograph of Spokane, Washington

Spokane, Wash., 1902

Spokane, Washington.

B.E. view, Spokane, Wash.

Davenport Restaurant, Spokane, Wash.

B.E. view, Spokane, Wash.

Map of the Spokane Indian Reservation, Stevens County, Washington.

On Spokane River

Monroe St. Bridge, Spokane

Grave of Chief Pesanko near Spokane, Wn.

Monroe St. Bridge, Spokane

Spokane, Wash.

"Ex-President Roosevelt and reception committee at Spokane, Apr. 9, 1911."

[Paul Strand, Spokane, Northwestern League (baseball)]

His Place [cartoon, Spokane Review, 1 June 1912]

Mrs. Frederick Forrest, Spokane, Washington, newly elected state chairman for Washington.

Children with signs "Wanted, A mile of pennies," Spokane, Washington

Canteen service, Spokane, Wash

Penny collector, has finished 25 ships. N.W. Div., Spokane, Wash. Hawthorne School

Bird's eye view of Spokane from Sacred Hart [sic] Hospital

Penny Collection, Japanese. N.W. Div., Spokane, Wash. Hawthorne School

Penny Collectors, Chinese N.W. Div. Spokane Wash., Hawthorne School

Bird's eye view of Spokane from South Hill

[Ole Hanson, mayor of Seattle, Washington, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing slightly left] / Martin, Spokane.

Wash. D.C. C of C refreshments. Eric A. Johnston, Spokane, left: and T. Guy Woolford, Atlanta, Ga., and Vice President of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, photographed at the meeting here where the Chamber formulated a definite policy concerning New Deal legislation. 9/20/35

Tom Symons, of Spokane, Washington. (for Broadcasting mag.)

Bulk wheat being blown into railroad car for shipment to Spokane. Walla Walla County, Washington

Beaverhead County, Montana. Driving cattle to a new feedlot. Spokane Ranch, Big Hole Basin

Beaverhead County, Montana. Hired hands riding back to ranch after spreading a load of hay for cattle. Spokane Ranch

Beaverhead County, Montana. Loading hay wagon to feed cattle. Spokane Ranch, Big Hole Basin

With whiskers and mosquito netting, Pte. N. Calkins of Spokane is well protected

Beaverhead County, Montana. Cows with calves. Spokane Ranch

Beaverhead County, Montana. Barn on Spokane Ranch, Big Hole Basin

Beaverhead County, Montana. Cattle feeding on the Spokane Ranch in the Big Hole Basin

Beaverhead County, Montana. Feeding cattle. Spokane Ranch, Big Hole Basin

Beaverhead County, Montana. Loading hay wagon for cattle feeding, Spokane Ranch

Beaverhead County, Montana. Cattle feeding on the Spokane Ranch

Beaverhead County, Montana. Spokane Ranch in the Big Hole Basin

Beaverhead County, Montana. Cowhand on the Spokane Ranch

Beaverhead County, Montana. Cow with new calf. Spokane Ranch

[City of Spokane panorama]

U.S. Reports: United States v. Marine Bancorporation, 418 U.S. 602 (1974)

Benewah Dairy milk bottle, Post & Garland, Spokane, Washington

Large wagon slide in park, Spokane, Washington

Benewah Dairy milk bottle #1, Cedar Street, Spokane, Washington

Kustom Upholstery, Spokane, Washington

Mossuto's Bridal Shoppe, Spokane, Washington

D.W. Griswalk Co., Spokane, Washington

Butcher Boy Meat Market, Spokane, Washington

Commercial building, Spokane, Washington

Covered Wagon Tavern, Spokane, Washington

Tungloon Garden Restaurant sign, Spokane, Washington

Chronicle Building, 926 Sprague, Spokane, Washington

Ferguson's Cafe sign, Spokane, Washington

Garland Theater, Spokane, Washington

Kaylon Garden Restaurant, Spokane, Washington

Davenport Hotel entrance, angle 3, 1st Avenue, Spokane, Washington

Davenport Hotel entrance, angle 2, 1st Avenue, Spokane, Washington

Pine Lodge Motel, 3000 Sunset Drive, Spokane, Washington

Garland Theater, Spokane, Washington

Pine Lodge Motel, Spokane, Washington

Kaylon Garden Restaurant, Spokane, Washington

Kaylon Garden Restaurant, Spokane, Washington

South Perry Street, Spokane, Washington

Davenport Hotel entrance, angle 1, 1st Avenue, Spokane, Washington

Benewah Dairy milk bottle #1, Cedar Street, Spokane, Washington

Chronicle Building, Spokane, Washington

Chronicle Building, entrance, 926 Sprague Street, Spokane, Washington

Benewah Dairy milk bottle, Post & Garland, Spokane, Washington

Davenport Hotel entrance, angle 4, 1st Avenue, Spokane, Washington

Kaylon Garden Restaurant, Spokane, Washington

Tungloon Garden Restaurant, Spokane, Washington

Windmill Building (once an ice cream stand, one of two or three), 11th & Perry, Spokane, Washington

Peking Garden sign, Spokane, Washington

Mural, brick wall, Spokane, Washington

Carved horses on the refurbished Looff Carousel in Spokane, Washington's Riverfront Park

One of two surviving vernacular "milk bottle buildings" in Spokane, Washington

The clock tower on Havermale Island in the Spokane River in Spokane, Washington

Frank's Diner in Spokane, Washington, whose eclectic architecture takes its cue from actual railroad dining cars

A giant framework at Riverfront Park in Spokane, Washington

The Bing Crosby Theater in Spokane, Washington, built in 1914 as the Clemmer Theatre, was designed by theater architect Edwin W. Houghton

This Mission Revival-style home was built by attorney W.J.C. Wakefield in Spokane, Washington

Metal-art sign above Boo Radley's Gift Shop in downtown Spokane, Washington

Artwork accents the exterior of the Ruby 2 boutique hotel in Spokane, Washington

Brad Rude's 2009 sculpture, called The Navigators, on a small hill outside the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture in Spokane, Washington

Carved horses on the refurbished Looff Carousel in Spokane, Washington's Riverfront Park

The Chronicle Building in Spokane, Washington, opened in 1928 as the headquarters building of the now-defunct Spokane Daily Chronicle newspaper and is now (2018) an apartment building

Carved animals on the refurbished Looff Carousel in Spokane, Washington's Riverfront Park

The Fotheringham House in Spokane, Washington, bulit for Spokane Mayor David Fotheringham, and his wife, Mary, in 1889

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