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    • Mine Crew

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    • Image of a mine crew in an unidentified mine.
    • Moonlight Mine

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    • Image of the Moonlight Mine, located on East Granite Street. The Moonlight Mine was an upcast shaft for the Belmont Mine.
    • Belmont Mine

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    • Image of the Belmont Mine at dusk, located on east Mercury Street.
    • Belmont Mine

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    • Image of the Belmont Mine and the original East side of Butte. Image taken from the Moonlight Mine yard.
    • Belmont Mine

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    • Image of the Belmont Mine, located on East Mercury Street in uptown Butte.
    • Badger State Mine Yard

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    • Image of an Ingersoll Rand Jumbo Drill in the Badger State Mine yard.
    • Lexington Mill

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    • Image of the Lexington Mill. The mine in the background is the Josephine Mine.
    • National Mine Crew

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    • Image of a group of miners at the National Mine. Art Sheldon's father marked is 'x' on the top row, named Jessie Sheldon. Mine was located on North Montana Street below Nanny Goat Hill.
    • Mine Adit

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    • Image taken of an adit in an unidentified mine. Note the timbered wall and the railroad rails.
    • Minnie Healy Mine

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    • Image of the Minnie Healy Mine, which was located in Meaderville.
    • Belmont Mine

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    • Image of the Belmont Mine showing the mine cage about to descend into the mine.
    • Belmont Mine

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    • Image of the Belmont Mine.
    • Moonlight Mine

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    • Postcard image of the Moonlight Mine.
    • Belmont Mine Hoister

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    • A demonstration at the Belmont Mine showing hoister hauling timber.
    • Ironworker & Welding

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    • Image of an ironworker welding on an air fan in an unidentified mine yard.
    • Belmont Mine

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    • Image of the Belmont Mine, located on East Mercury Street in Butte.
    • Minnie Healy Mine

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    • Image of the Minnie Healy Mine, which was located in Meaderville. Note the West Colusa Mine in its background.
    • Butte Mines & Mills

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    • Poster image of Butte mines and mills listed, as follows, from top to bottom: the Timber Butte Mill, the Black Rock Mine #1 shaft, the Black Rock Mill, the Butte and Duluth Mines, and the Pittsmont Mine.
    • Belmont Mine Hoister

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    • A demonstration at the Belmont Mine showing hoister hauling timber.
    • Moonlight Mine

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    • Image of the Moonlight Mine, located on East Granite Street.
    • Moonlight Mine

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    • Image of the Moonlight Mine. Note the enclosed headframe.
    • Pittsmont Mine

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    • Image of the Pittsmont Mine and carpenter shop, located in East Butte.
    • Belmont Mine Timber Yard

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    • Image of the Belmont Mine timber yard, located on East Mercury Street in uptown Butte.
    • Moonlight Mine

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    • Image of the Moonlight Mine air shaft.
    • Berkeley Mine

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    • Postcard image of the Berkeley Mine.
    • Moonlight Mine Hoist

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    • Image of the Moonlight Mine's hoist. In the 1940s, the hoist was moved to the Mayflower Mine in Whitehall, located in Jefferson County, Montana.
    • Berkeley Mine

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    • Image of the Berkeley Mine during the installation of the new wooden headframe. Mine was located in the Meaderville district, east of Butte.
    • Moonlight Mine Yard

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    • A view of East Granite Street taken from the entrance to the Moonlight Mine yard.
    • Badger State Mine

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    • Image taken underground in the Badger State Mine. Note holing and rock bolts.
    • Berkeley Mine

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    • Image of the Berkeley Mine, located in East Butte.
    • Berkeley Mine

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    • Postcard image of the Berkeley Mine.
    • Leonard Mine Copper Tanks

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    • Image of the copper tanks at the Leonard Mine. Note the horse barn to its left.
    • Precipitation Plant & the Mastadons

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    • Image of the precipitation plant in Meaderville, looking northwest to the Black Rock Mine dump. Note the Great Northern Railroad bridge to its left. The Mastadons, the Big Butte of rocks, are to the left center.
    • Mountain Con Mine

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    • Man decks at the Mountain Con Mine, lowering timber
    • Berkeley Mine Churn Drilling

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    • Churn drilling in the Berkeley Mine's yard. Note the McQueen district in the background.
    • Leonard Mine Pumps

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    • Image of water pumps taken underground at the Leonard Mine #1 shaft on the 600-foot level.
    • Berkeley Pit

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    • Image of the Berkeley Pit taken from the Pittsmont Mine dump. Note the McQueen Addition in the background. Dated in October of 1955.
    • Mountain Con Mine

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    • Image taken of miners at the Mountain Con Mine (Mountain Consolidated) entering the cage to be lowered into the mine. The Mountain Con was 5,300 feet deep from the collar of the mine.
    • Mountain Con Mine

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    • Image of Cork Town with the Mountain Con Mine (Mountain Consolidated) in the background.
    • Butte Hill and Headframes

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    • Image of the Meaderville side of the Butte hill. Mines are listed, as follows, from left to right: the Berkeley Mine, the Adams Mine, the Rarus Mine, the Mountain View Mine, the High Ore Mine, the Diamond Mine, and the Speculator Mine.
    • Berkeley Mine

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    • Image of the Berkeley Mine, located on the Meaderville side of the hill where the Berkeley Pit later began.
    • Butte Hill and Mines

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    • Image taken of Butte Hill from the Butte Hoist, which was located at the High Ore Mine. Note the Mountain View and High Ore mine yards, the Butte Hoist and compressor plant to the left, and Diamond Mine dump in the background.
    • Mountain Con Mine

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    • Image of a lumber slide at the Mountain Con Mine (Mountain Consolidated).
    • Mountain Con Mine

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    • Image of the Mountain Con Mine, the deepest in Butte at 5400 feet.
    • Precipitation Plant & the Mastadons

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    • Image of the precipitation plant in Meaderville, looking northwest to the Black Rock Mine dump. Note the Great Northern Railroad bridge to its left. The Mastadons, the Big Butte of rocks, are to the left center.
    • Mountain Con Mine

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    • Image taken at the bottom of Mountain Con shaft at 5390 feet. Individual second from the left is Larry Lammi, third from the left is Morris Hanninen, and fourth from the left is Calvin Gustufson.
    • Leonard Mine Primer House

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    • Image of the primer house at the Leonard Mine. Here the fuses were cut to the proper length and the blasting caps were prepared for delivery into the mine.
    • Mountain Con Mine Electric Substation

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    • Image of the Mountain Con Mine electric substation, which was set to make D.C. power for storage in battery locomotive underground.
    • Berkeley Mine

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    • Image of the Berkeley Copper Mine adjoining the Tramway on the west side. Both mines were in Meaderville.
    • Mountain Con Mine

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    • Image of the Mountain Con Mine (Mountain Consolidated), located in the Centerville district.
    • Mountain Con Mine

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    • Image of miners waiting to go down the Mountain Con Mine. Also note the loaded timber trucks.
    • Butte Hill & Headframes

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    • Image looking west to the Mat Mine, the Great Northern Railroad Trestle, and the Balaklava Mine dump. On the skyline is the Diamond Mine, the Speculator Mine, the Tuolumne Mine, the Granite Mountain Mine, the Badger State Mine, the Pilot Butte...
    • Butte Hill & Headframes

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    • Image of the east side of the Butte Hill showing various mines, including the Berkeley Mine and the Granite Mountain Mine.
    • Mountain Con Mine

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    • Image of the Mountain Consolidated Mine (Mountain Con) timber yard, following a delivery of a load of timber from the timber yard at Rocker, MT. The workers had to sort and stack the various sizes of the timber.
    • Rose Bowl Settling Pond

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    • Image of the Rose Bowl, which was used to settle yellow ochre from the copper water flowing into the new precipitation plant. Grosso's pig ranch and the new Precipitation Plant are in the center, as well as the Butte & London Mine dump.
    • Butte & Duluth Open Pit Mine

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    • Image of the Butte & Duluth Pit, Butte's second open pit mine, located near the Columbia Gardens. Note the East Ridge of the Rocky Mountains in the background.
    • Butte Hill & Headframes

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    • Image of the Moose Mine, the Badger State Mine, the Speculator Mine, and the Granite Mountain Mine. Image taken from the mine dump at the High Ore Mine.
    • Mountain Con Mine

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    • Image of the Mountain Consolidated Mine, located above East Center Street in the Centerville district.
    • Flume & Copper Water

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    • Image of a flume which carried copper water through the railroad and cut to the Balaklava Mine and the precipitation plant.
    • Butte Hill & Headframes

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    • Image of various headframes listed, as follows, from left to right: Green Mountain Mine, the West Gray Rock Mine, the Wakeup Jim Mine, and the Diamond Mine.
    • Mountain Con Mine

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    • Image of the Mountain Con (Mountain Consolidated) Mine, a property of Anaconda Copper Mining Company. It was located at the east end of Center Street in Centerville. The mine is a mile deep.
    • Butte Hill Postcard

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    • Postcard of the Butte hill, titled 'The richest hill in the world.' Headframes in the image are the West Steward Mine and the Mountain Consolidated (Mountain Con) Mines in Butte, MT. Also note the Little Minah and the Corra mines.
    • Mountain Con Mine

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    • Image of the Mountain Con Shaft, taken at 5390 feet deep, the deepest of all Butte Mines. The individual on the left is Larry Lammi and to his right is Morris Hanninen.
    • Mountain Con Mine

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    • Image of the Mountain Con Mine (Mountain Consolidated) with the Buffalo Mine's ore bins and dump in the front of the picture.
    • Butte's East Side

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    • Image of Butte's east side. The Leonard Mine and Meaderville district are on the right. Headframes also shown are the the Mountain View Mine, High Ore Mine, Speculator Mine, Granite Mountain Mine and the Badger Mines.
    • Mountain Con Mine

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    • Image of the Mountain Con Mine just east of North Main Street in the Centerville district.
    • Butte Hill and Headframes

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    • Image of the Butte Hill. Headframes are listed, as follows, from right to left: the Neversweat Mine, the East Stewart Mine, the Nipper Mine #1 shaft, and the East Minah Mine.
    • Mountain Con Mine Hoist

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    • Image of the underground hoist at the Mountain Con Mine on the 4000-foot level.
    • Centerville

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    • Image taken of Centerville, a settlement located between Butte and Walkerville, looking towards Butte from the Josephine Mine dump. Note the Mountain Con Mine's engine room in the upper right.
    • Butte, Anaconda, & Pacific Railroads

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    • B.A. & P. R.R. (Butte, Anaconda & Pacific Railroads) tracks on the Butte hill, located below the Mountain Con Mine (Mountain Consolidated).
    • Mountain Con Mine

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    • Image of the construction of new ore bins being placed over the old wooden ore bins at the Mountain Con (Mountain Consolidated) Mine.
    • Butte's East Side

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    • Image of Butte's East side taken from the Pennsylvania Mine dump.
    • Butte Mines

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    • Image of the Butte hill. Headframes are listed, as follows, from left to right: the Kane Mine, the Dutton Mine, the Pennsylvania Mine, the Silver Bow Mine #1 and #2 shafts.
    • Timber Butte Mill

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    • Image of the Timber Butte Mill and concentrator, which was built by W. A. Clark to process the silver and zinc ore from the Elm Orlu Mine and the Moulton Mine, both of which he owned.
    • Mountain Con Mine Crew

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    • Image of unidentified miners at the Mountain Con. At this time candles were used as the primary light source underground.
    • Butte Hill Mines

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    • Image of the High Ore Mine, Speculator Mine, Elm Orlu Mine, and the Badger State Mine to the far left.
    • Central Timber Yard

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    • Image of what would become the home of the Central Timber Yard. It was dismantled and moved yet again to be located behind the Anselmo Mine.
    • Colusa & Leonard Extension Mine

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    • Image of the Colusa and Leonard Extension Mine, which was part of the Tuolumne Group in the McQueen destrict.
    • Mountain Con Mine Machine Shop

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    • Image of the Mountain Con Mine's machine shop, located on North Main Street in the Centerville district. Harry Burke is the individual in the front of image and Paddy Lenahan is man in the far back.

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