The Elm Orlu Mine.
Image of the Lexington Mine in Walkerville, located at the top of Main Street. Note the original wooden headframe, which was erected by Heinze in approximately 1904.
Image of the Mountain Con Mine ore bins.
Image of the Parrot Mine. The Parrot Mine became a property of Anaconda Copper Mining Company in 1906.
Image of the Mountain Con Mine yard and ore bins.
Image of underground miners applying first aid in an unidentified mine.
Image of a chippy cage at the Kelley Mine.
Image taken in the High Ore Mine Yard while blowing up stacks at the Central Heating Plant.
Image of the burning Alice Mill in Walkerville, MT.
Image of a large crew of miners at the National Mine, which was close to the Gagnon Mine on Montana Street just above Copper Street in uptown Butte.
Image of the Neversweat Mine compressor room with the Big Bertha 9000 c.f.m. compressor. Five other compressors are also in use.
Image of the Bell Mine Compressor Explosion after an explosion.
Image of the Butte & Superior Mining Company's Black Rock Mill showing the flotation equipment.
Image of miners lighting fuses for a blast to break ore underground.
Image of the change house, also referred to as the dry, at the Orphan Girl Mine. Individual on the right hand side at the front has been identified as Marvin Emil Johnson.
Image of the Anaconda and the St. Lawrence Mines.
Image taken from Meaderville, looking south, of the Anaconda Copper Mining Company precipitation plant.
Image of a machine shop at an unidentified Butte mine.
Image of the Butte Mines machine shop and electric shop, located in the Parrot Mine yard.
Image of horses hauling ore from the Original Mine.