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Mamma appears to reflect the attitude of quiet resignation while managing her litter of ten St. Bernard pups, especially the inquisitive offspring bent on nuzzling the tradition keg she carries. The pups are new members of the family of Airman 1st Class E.J. Marstson, a Geiger Field fireman. The pups were born Feb. 18, 1966 to Brenna of Dolomont, and English import. (Frank Parker / Photo Archive/ Spokesman Review)

Tue., May 10, 2016, 11:02 a.m.

S-R Archive find of the day: 1966 puppies

S-R Archive find of the day: In this 1966 photo, Mamma appears to reflect the attitude of quiet resignation while managing her litter of ten St. Bernard pups, especially the inquisitive offspring bent on nuzzling the tradition keg she carries. The pups are new members...

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MONDAY, MAY 9, 2016


In 1973 the last section of the Union Pacific Railroad trestle was destroyed by explosives.  The trestle, which spanned the Spokane River and Monroe Street, was removed as part of the transformation of what is now Riverfront Park, to make way for Expo 74.     (Photo Archive)

Mon., May 9, 2016, noon

S-R Archive find of the day: 1973

S-R Archive find of the day: In this 1973 photo, the last section of the Union Pacific Railroad trestle was destroyed by explosives. The trestle, which spanned the Spokane River and Monroe Street, was removed as part of the transformation of what is now Riverfront...

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