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T. N. Barnard or Nellie Stockbridge of the Barnard Studio photographed Wallace’s Northern Pacific Railroad depot in 1905.
Photo by: Barnard Studio | Courtesy University of Idaho Library Digital Initiatives
The Northern Pacific Depot Museum in Wallace, Idaho, features several exhibits celebrating the railroading history of the 20th century, including a replica of an early working railroad station. The 1901 Northern Pacific Depot, which was moved several hundred feet from its original location in 1986 due to construction of an interstate highway, houses the museum and gift shop. Today, the depot and museum’s site along the Coeur d’Alene River provides a nice view for visitors.
Actress Lana Turner (1920–1995) was born Julia Jean Turner to Mildred Frances Cowan and John Virgil Turner at Providence Hospital on the east side of...
Founded in 1956 by Fred Levering, the Wallace District Mining Museum in Wallace, Idaho, tells the story of the historical Coeur d’Alene Mining...
On the night of July 26, 1910, a storm formed over the Bitterroot Mountains of the Idaho panhandle and western Montana. It was “not an isolated...
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