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 New Central School. Ellison house in foreground.
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 Opening of the first bridge over the Columbia River at Trail, May 1912. Front l-r: unidentified...
 General view - rink, Central School, hotels, fire hall.
 Central School students 1912. Back: John Hintz, Monty Thompson, Frank Sownes [Downes]...
 CPR survey crew on makeshift bridge over the Pend d'Oreille River.
 CPR survey camp at Twelve Mile Creek along the Pend D'Oreille River.
 CPR survey camp along the Pend D'Oreille River.
 C.P.R. survey members in winter camp. A.M. Adie is man at right.
 CPR survey crew with pack horses crossing the bridge over the south fork of the Salmon River at the Pend d'Oreille River.
 CPR crew who surveyed for a possible route from Trail to Metaline, Washington State. Chief Dibble in centre (with dog).
 C.P.R. survey crew with packhorses crossing bridge over South Fork of the Salmon River.
 A.E. Churches and his two sons in front of Fred Adie' store at Waneta.
 A.D. Fredericks among his prize winning grapes. Fredericks lived at Seven Mile Creek in the Pend d'Oreille Valley.
 Curling cup winners 1912: Dr. J. B. Thom, Wm. Morton, L. Tyson, A. Milligan.
 View from above Nelson Avenue.
 Construction work on first Trail bridge - Archie Broderick...
 Perrin and Mind camp at Sullivan Creek.
 J.D. Anderson's summer home at Birchbank.
 Opening of the first bridge.
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