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Title: Mining Town, Probably Murray, Idaho Territory
Date: ca 1880s 
Location: Murray, Idaho Territory
Photographer: Rice, Henry Martin
Description: View of mining town, probably Murray, Idaho Territory. It was named for George Murray, a mining prospector. The mines operated from 1880s to the 1950s. Murray is in Shoshone County near Wallace, Idaho. Vintage 8.5x5.25 in. Boudoir Cabinet Card. 2 copies
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Catalog Number: 2017.4.28 
Title: Silver Mine at Burke, Idaho Territory
Date: ca 1880s 
Location: Burke, Idaho Territory
Photographer: Rice, Henry Martin
Description: Silver mine at Burke, Idaho Territory. It was called the Burke and Gem Mine. Burke is now a ghost town, in Shoshone County. Vintage 8.5x5.25 in. Boudoir Cabinet Card. 2 copies
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Catalog Number: 2017.4.29 
Title: Spokane River, Lincoln County, Spokane, Washington Territory
Date: ca 1880s 
Location: Spokane, Washington Territory
Photographer: Rice, Henry Martin
Description: View of the Spokane River, meandering through the valley, Lincoln County, Spokane, Washington Territory. It is a tributary of the Columbia River and drains through the Spokane Valley. Vintage 8.5x5.25 in. Boudoir Cabinet Card.
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Catalog Number: 2017.4.38 
Title: Mary Queen of Heaven Catholic Church, Sprague, Washington Territory
Date: ca 1880s 
Location: Sprague, Washington Territory
Photographer: Rice, Henry Martin
Description: A few people standing in front of Mary Queen of Heaven Catholic Church, built in 1883, in Sprague, Lincoln County, Washington Territory. Sprague was named for a railroad executive, General John W. Sprague. Vintage 8.5x5.25 in. Boudoir Cabinet Card.
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Catalog Number: 2017.4.41 
Title: View of Town and Buildings, Sprague, Washington Territory
Date: ca 1880s 
Location: Sprague, Washington Territory
Photographer: Rice, Henry Martin
Description: View of town and buildings in Sprague, Washington Territory. Sprague was named for a railroad executive, General John W. Sprague. Vintage 8.5x5.25 in. Boudoir Cabinet Card.
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Catalog Number: 2017.4.42 
Title: View of Town an Buildings, Uniontown, Washington Territory
Date: ca 1880s 
Location: Uniontown, Washington Territory
Photographer: Rice, Henry Martin
Description: View of town and buildings, Uniontown, Washington Territory. The town was founded by Thomas Montgomery who had left the east coast during the Civil War in 1863. It is located in Whitman County near Pullman. Vintage 8.5x5.25 in. Boudoir Cabinet Card.
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Source: Rice Family Archive, Credit Line: Courtesy of the Rice Family Archive
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Catalog Number: 2017.4.43 
Title: Studio and Ranch House, Uniontown, Washington Territory
Date: ca 1880s 
Location: Uniontown, Washington Territory
Photographer: Rice, Henry Martin
Description: Studio and ranch house, Uniontown, Washington Territory. The town was founded by Thomas Montgomery who had left the east coast during the Civil War in 1863. It is located in Whitman County near Pullman. Vintage 8.5x5.25 in. Boudoir Cabinet Card.
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Source: Rice Family Archive, Credit Line: Courtesy of the Rice Family Archive
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Catalog Number: 2017.4.44 
Title: Russ House, J. D. Matthuse, Boarding House, Victor, Montana Territory
Date: ca 1880s 
Location: Victor , Montana Territory
Photographer: Rice, Henry Martin
Description: Russ House, J. C. Matthuse, Boarding House in Victor, in southwestern Montana. There are people standing in front and in the balcony. On one side of the building is a barber shop. It was named for Salish Chief Victor, Plenty of Horses, who died in 1870. The mining near Victor was silver mining. Vintage 8.5x5.25 in. Boudoir Cabinet Card.
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Catalog Number: 2017.4.7 
Title: Helen Louise Needham Rice, Orland, California
Date: ca 1881 
Location: Orland, California
Photographer: Rice, Henry Martin
Description: Portrait of Helen Louise Needham Rice (1851-1905), wife of photographer Henry Martin Rice, possibly 30 years old, Orland, Colusa County, California. Vintage 4.25x6.5 in. Cabinet Card.
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Catalog Number: 2017.4.86 
Title: Survey Crews and Camp, Unknown Location, Montana Territory
Date: ca 1885-91 
Location: Unknown, Montana Territory
Photographer: Rice, Henry Martin
Description: Survey crews and camp, unknown location, Montana Territory. A few men are standing in front of tents with some equipment. Vintage 8.5x5.25 in. Boudoir Cabinet Card.
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Source: Rice Family Archive, Credit Line: Courtesy of the Rice Family Archive
Rights: Copyright restrictions available from the Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
Catalog Number: 2017.4.10 

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