Men push a load of sand from the mine below the plant before the elevator is installed. Circa 1920s? MNHS.org
Pit doors on a similar base. From Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division, Historic American Engineering Record [HAER MN-100-98]
Postcard of the wreck of Crescent City, November 28, 1905.
1952 Explosion. Taken from Eastern Elevator (now Richardson) looking over the ruined copula of Saskatchewan Pool 4B. Noticed the scorched face of 4A, which appears to still be smoking when this was taken!
A detail from a 1862 plat map of the area, showing several never-built communities and present-day ghost towns. From Denver Public Library.
Beatty, M., Furlong, P., & Pennington, L. (1984).Studebaker: less than they promised. And Books.
Looking toward town in 1920 from the school. From ‘A little town lost’.
Drivers for the Hercules Powder Company. Kansas Historical Society ( FK2.D4 .3 Ma.Sun *2) http://www.kansasmemory.org/item/210946
Engine #2 exiting the quenching tower, 1954. Source: donrossgroup.net