The Beck Family of Newman Lake had their photo taken at the Spokane Bridge on Aug. 3, 1913, that included, from left to right: George Dittmeyer, Eddie Ebner, Zina Beck, Bill Rooney, Milton Beck, Jake Beck, Labold Beck, Verna Beck, Warren Beck and Nettie Henry Boston.
Liberty Lake Dairy, c. 1920's.
Janet, Jack and Judy Delp were photographed at the Wayside Resort located on the west side of Liberty Lake in 1945.
The caption reads "Sweet clover and alfalfa at the Thomas Elsom place south and east of Greenacres. Mrs. Elsom and children and S.J. Mariner are shown in the picture. Mr. S.J. Mariner is holding a sweet clover plant which had no better chance that the alfalfa in which he is standing. Sweet clover has made three times as much growth as alfalfa on the same kind of soil. This particular field was on light sandy soil where the wind frequently blew the soil about. Photo taken June 9, 1916.
Groves Garage near the corner of Pines and Sprague, c. 1920's. The building later became home to Peter's Hardware.
The Ideal Cement Plant, c.1930's, was located at Trent and Pines. The building has since been torn down.
The Millwood Train Depot was photographed c. 1950's during an investigation at a car accident.
The Gillespie Packing crew Oct. 27, 1938. Donated by Paul Gillespie.