Image of the buildings at the dry, also referred to as the change house, at the Diamond Mine following the explosion of the Bell Mine compressor.
Image taken of the future site of the Kelley Mine at the end of the B. A. & P (Butte, Anaconda, and Pacific Railroad) yard.
Image of the Timber Butte Mill, which was located at the south end of Butte, with a group of carpenters outside of the building.
Image taken in the Pittsmont Mine at the bottom of ore pocket. Note the chains securing lagging, which were used to control drawing of ore chute.
Image of the Speculator Mine with the Granite Mountain Mine to its left.
Image of a group of tourists one the 1500-foot level of an unidentified mine.
Image of what was once a fire zone that has been put out by excess tailings.
Image of the Bell and Diamond Mines.
Image of the Mountain View Mine first aid crew. Individual to the far left has been identified as Scott Lyle.
An image of visitors taking a tour of William A. Clark's Original Mine in uptown Butte.
Image of the Belmont Mine, located on East Mercury Street.
Image of the Pittsmont Smelter showing the secondary crusher.
Image of a West Colusa Mine crew. Mountain View ore bins can be seen on the left.
Image of the Parrot Smelter.
Image taken of the building of the Kelley Mine's ore bins.
Image of a group of miners at an unidentified mine.
Image of the High Ore Mine underground air compressor.
Image of the Leonard Mine hoisting engineer and hoist at the #1 shaft. Dated in June 1902.
Image of above ground workers at the Clark Mill. The individual to the far right is John Sullivan.
Image of an underground mine placing dynamite in a stick of powder to prepare for blasting.