Grand Coulee Dam (Wash.);Hydroelectric power plants -- Washington (State);Langlie, Arthur B. -- (Arthur Bernard), -- 1900-1966;Banks, Frank Arthur, -- 1883-1957.;Darland, A. F. (USBR Field Engineer); James, Jim (Chief of the Nez Perce Indian Tribe)
Governor Arthur B. Langlie touring the power house at Grand Coulee Dam. Left to Right: Arthur B. Langlie; Frank A. Banks; A. F. Darland; Chief Jim James.
Photograph of the Bank of Cheney and L. Walter's Harness & Saddle shop 1887. Bank of Cheney was a private bank established by Daniel Percival in 1881. It is a false front building common to the period, that eventually burned down and was...
Photograph of the First National Bank of Cheney in Cheney, Washington. The bank is situated on the corner of First St. and Normal Avenue, (now College Avenue) . It was built by Daniel F. Percival in 1889 after a fire destroyed the previous building...
Expeditions & surveys; Railroad surveys; Sauk River (Minn.)
Sauk River at the point of the expeditions "ford is about 120 feet wide, though, owing to the obliquity of the banks and rapidity of current, the ford is near 300 feet wide and the water five feet deep." Plate III.
Expeditions & surveys; Railroad surveys; Waterfalls; Cliffs; Great Falls (Mont.)
The cliffs at the falls are about "one hundred fifty to three hundred feet deep with a steep descent to within fifty feet of the bottom, and for the remaining distance perpendicular walls of red sandstone." "Above the falls the banks...
Expeditions & surveys; Railroad surveys; White Bear Lake (Minn.)
White Bear Lake, "a beautiful sheet of water, bordered with timber, about fourteen miles long and two wide, with high swelling banks running back a mile or so, and rising to the height of about one hundred and fifty feet." Plate V.