Image of underground miner, Oliver Penny.
Image of the Central Heating plant, located in the High Ore Mine yard. The plant provided all of the steam to heat the mines, as well as the Hennessy Building, which that housed all the Company's offi…
Image of men working at a compressor in an unidentified Butte Mine; possibly the Rainbow Mine in Walkerville.
Image of the hoist from the Moulton Mine in Walkerville.
Image of the Diamond Mine.
Image of the Original Mine's engine room. The worker is Thomas Rogan.
Image of the headframe and the hoist from the Anaconda Mine, which was the first property of the Anaconda Copper Mining Company in Butte.
Image of East Butte and headframes. Headframes and structures are listed, as follows, from left to right: the Torrid Mine, Pittsmont Mine #3 shaft, Tropic Mine , and a boarding House.
Image of the Anaconda Mine, which was Marcus Daly's first mine in Butte. This mine had a flat cable hoist. To its right is the Mountain View Mine.
Image of the Black Rock Mines #2 and #3, owned by the Butte and Superior Mining Company. This is a group of three panoramic shots.
Mountain Con Mine sub-station, located at the collar of the shaft.
Image of the Berkeley Mine during the installation of the new wooden headframe. Mine was located in the Meaderville district, east of Butte.
Image taken at the Stewart Mine at the collar of the shaft. Note extra skip.
Image of the Parrot Mine boiler room.
Image of the Butte & Superior Mining Company's Black Rock Mill, showing the mine's interior and two rows of flotation equipment.
The Orphan Girl Mine is now the home of the World Museum of Mining. This shaft is 3200-feet deep. The headframe was moved from the Colorado Mine in 1925.
Image showing the trussing of a mule to be taken down the Diamond Mine.
Image of visitors at an underground station in an unidentified mine.
Image of the installation of a larger wooden headframe at the Dutton Mine.
Image of two unidentified miners waiting behind an ore car for a blast in an underground mine.