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Kootenay River. Junction with Elk River. View from trail on right bank

Trail Damage - All States

Trail Damage - All States

Riding: Trail Rider Trips

Riding: Trail Rider Trips

Riding: Trail Rider Trips

Trail Damage - All States

Riding: Trail Rider Trips

Riding: Trail Rider Trips

Riding: Trail Rider Trips

Riding: Trail Rider Trips

On The Trail Of The Bull Moose

Photograph of The End of the Trail by James Earl Fraiser at the Panama-Pacific International Exposition

Photograph of The End of the Trail by James Earl Fraiser at the Panama-Pacific International Exposition

Hawaii - Wahiawa through Pupukea trail

Hawaii - Wahiawa through Pupukea trail

Hawaii - Pupukea Trail

Boy's Activities - Junior Naval Reserve - Camp Dewey, Conn. - Junior Naval Reserve. Camp Dewey Cadets out lining Chief Uncas' Old Indian Trail

Artists - American Artworks (Wartime Cartoons) - Art inspired by the war. The Trail of the Hun - by Francis Jones

Hawaii - Wahiawa through Pupukea trail

Hawaii - Wahiawa through Pupukea trail

Hawaii - Wahiawa through Pupukea trail

Hawaii - Wahiawa through Pupukea trail

Hawaii - Wahiawa through Pupukea trail

Hawaii - Pupukea Trail

Hawaii - Wahiawa through Pupukea trail

Hawaii - Wahiawa through Pupukea trail

Hawaii - Pupukea Trail

Hawaii - Wahiawa through Pupukea trail

Hawaii - Wahiawa through Pupukea trail

Hawaii - Wahiawa through Pupukea trail

Hawaii - Wahiawa through Pupukea trail

Hawaii - Wahiawa through Pupukea trail

Hawaii - Pupukea Trail

Hawaii - Wahiawa through Pupukea trail

Hawaii - Wahiawa through Pupukea trail

Hawaii - Wahiawa through Pupukea trail

Hawaii - Wahiawa through Pupukea trail

On the Trail of the German, St. Mihiel Drive

Army Trucks Finish 3000 Mile Trip In n Francisco. The End of the Trail for the Army Truck Convoy Which Started from Washington District of Columbia for n Francisco. PHOTO shows Mack Trucks Leading along Market Street, Which was gaily Decorated to Receive Them With Crowds Lining the Walks 72 Trucks Made the Trip in 62 days. To test the feasibility of moving men and equipment across the country, on July 7th, the US Army, under the command of Lieutenant Colonel Charles W. McClure, Army Motor Transport Corps, led 65 trucks and other vehicles, for total of 72, and 300 troops, on a cross country trip from Washington District of Columbia to n Francisco. The trip took 62 days. Arriving in...

Grading of Sica Hollow Truck Trail

Men Working on Drywood Lake Truck Trail during January Storm

Munson Grove Truck Trail under Construction

Men Working on Drywood Lake Truck Trail during January Storm

Cattle Pass on Truck Trail

Sica Hollow Munson Grove Truck Trail Masonry Headwalls

Drywood Lake Truck Trail

Combination Cattle Pass and Bridge on Truck Trail

Cattle Pass on a Truck Trail

Men Working on Drywood Lake Truck Trail

View of Munson Grove Truck Trail

Munson Grove Truck Trail under Construction

Truck Trail 202-31, South of Agency

Truck Trail 202-31, South of Agency

Munson Grove Truck Trail

No Flesh Truck Trail (Car)

No Flesh Truck Trail (Making Culvert)

Truck Trail

No Flesh Truck Trail (Cutting 4x4's)

Truck Trail (Car Front)

Truck Trail

No Flesh Trail

No Flesh Trail

Bulldozer on No Flesh Trail

Bad Luck Truck Trail

Truck Trail (Culvert)

No Flesh Truck Trail (Creosote Dipping)

No Flesh Truck Trail (Treated Timbers)

No Flesh Truck Trail (Testing Creosote)

Project (Ground Grading at No Flesh Truck Trail)

Bridge Construction (at No Flesh Truck Trail)

No Flesh Truck Trail (Operating Sawmill)

No Flesh Truck Trail (Work Crew)

Rock Crew (Trail)

Bad Luck Truck Trail

No Flesh Truck Trail (Sawmill)

No Flesh Truck Trail (Making Panels)

No Flesh Truck Trail (Work Crew)

Back Sloping on No Flesh Trail

No Flesh Truck Trail (Culvert in Place)

No Flesh Truck Trail (Operating Sawmill)

No Flesh Truck Trail (Logs)

Photograph of Bridge Construction over Stewart River LaCroix Trail and Telephone Line

Photograph of a Snow Shoe Trail on the Road to Hill's

Photograph of Bear on Gunflint Trail

Photograph of Big Speeder and Trail with Ranger Morgareidge, Patrolman McDonald, and a 10 Man Fire Outfit

CCC-ID Workers Working on Truck Trail

Bridge on Truck Trail

Photograph of View of Rock Bluffs on Truck Trail 107

Photograph of Martha Blast Furnace Site on Truck Trail 120

Photograph of Anvil Lake Ski Trail

Photograph of a Sign at the Intersection of the Round Lake Truck Trail and Highway M-94

Photograph of One of the Portage Trails

Photograph of Trail into Corsair Camp Ground for Winter Sports

Photograph of Scenic View Along the Trail Around the High Knob Recreation Unit

Photograph of Scenic View Along Trail Around the High Knob Recreation Unit

Photograph of the Entrance Sign at Gunflint Trail

Photograph of View on the Gunflint Trail

Photograph of Skier Bob Halvorsen

Photograph of Two Skiers

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