Information from note on image: N.W. corner of 3rd and Seward; originally a furniture store and then a theatre; first territorial museum and, by 1960, the State Health Department office of vital statistics
Street scene, along what was then Lower Front Street, dominated by mountain in background; business signs include the following: W. H. Mendham, Steamship Co., Mayflower Saloon, Renovatory Clothes, Palace Restaurant, Central House, Central Cafe,...
Street scene showing businesses and automobiles; business signs include the following: Cut Rate Liquor, Rexall Drugs, Gastineau Hotel, Ludwig Nelson Jeweler, Harry Race Drugs, Graves Shoes, and Bailey's Bar
Verso: Seward St. looking north from Front, ca. 1918 Signs advertise the following: Britt's Pharmacy, Grand Trunk Pacific, Telegraph Office, Theatre, Idaho Rooms, Bank Building, and Dr. Mulhollan, Dentist