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    • A.C.M. Warehouse and the Anaconda Mine

    • 1935
    • Mines
    • Image of men unloading boxes of dynamite at the Anaconda Copper Mining Company warehouse in the Anaconda Mine yard. Powder for all Butte's underground mines was distributed from here.
    • A.C.M. Warehouse at  Anaconda Mine

    • 1940
    • Mines
    • Image of the Anaconda Copper Mining Company warehouse at the Anaconda Mine yard near the Mountain View Mine. Note the B.A. & P. Railroad trolley wire and the subsidence cracking the foundation of the building.
    • A.C.M. Warehouse at  Anaconda Mine

    • 1940
    • Mines
    • Image of the Anaconda Copper Mining Company warehouse at the Anaconda Mine. The backyard is in the process of burning lead and insulation off of electrical wires for recycling. The barracks, also referred to as the Gunner's shack, is on the...
    • A.C.M. Warehouse at  Anaconda Mine

    • 1940
    • Mines
    • Image of the Anaconda Copper Mining Company warehouse at the Anaconda Mine yard near the Mountain View Mine fence at the top of the famous Burma Road on the Butte hill.
    • Anaconda Mine Dismantle

    • 1950
    • Mines
    • Image of the Anaconda Mine remains after dismantling the mine for cave block mining. The big warehouse and the Mountain View Mine are still visible in the background.
    • Anaconda Mine Timber Yard

    • 1950
    • Mines
    • Image of the Anaconda Mine timber yard and the warehouse in the background.
    • Anselmo Mine Powder Truck

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    • Mines
    • Image of the Anselmo Mine powder truck. This truck made a weekly delivery of dynamite to all the underground mines each Tuesday. The dynamite was stored in a warehouse.
    • Butte Mines Warehouse

    • 1935
    • Mines
    • Image of men unloading dynamite at the Butte Mines Warehouse, near the Anaconda Mine. The dynamite was delivered quickly to the separate mines, which was sent down the mine immediately upon arrival.
    • Heinze Warehouse

    • 1938
    • Mines
    • Image of the Heinze warehouse in Meaderville, which was located on the old highway just west of the Leonard Mine and directly below the Tramway Mine. It was used as a storage warehouse.
    • Kelley Mine Sinking Frame

    • 1950
    • Mines
    • Image of the Kelley mine's sinking frame, which would later be replaced with the steel frame from Leonard mine. Mountain View Mine is in the background with the company warehouse to the right.
    • Leonard & East Colusa Mines

    • 1944
    • Mines
    • Image of the Leonard and East Colusa Mines and the Heinze warehouse in the foreground. Note the new headframe placed over top of the previous headframe.

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