Image of farm land with various trees and a small building in the back middle left. In the top right it says "1112." On the back it says "13828, Attalia" with a large block of text which is basically unreadable, but it gives off the idea that it is a picture of a piece of land for sale.
Image of farm land with man and horse on the left side of the photo hidden in the grass. In the top right it says "1117." On the back it says "13808, Attalia, land for sale, with perpetual water rights" with other unreadable words.
Image of a row of houses with a deep dirt road in front of them. A row of trees is between the two. In the top right corner it says "1129." On the back it says "Birch Street...Attalia Street Scene...1...3...Post...13791...1911...84/13," with various words scribbled out or unreadable.
Image of farm land with a fence running along the back of the photo. In the top right it says "1109" along with a block of text that is unreadable. On the back it says "13797, Attalia" along with another block of unreadable text.
Image of a stone building with "Attalia" written on the front. There is also a pole attached to the top. In the right of the photo it says "1131." On the back it says "Attalia...School House Cost $5,000 Block...Attalia...of Home...13795...1911...84/13," with various words and phrases scratched out or unreadable.
Image of a man standing in front of a very large hay stack, with trees surrounding him, a building in the background, and a structure in the middle of the hay stack. In the right corner of the photo it says "1123." On the back it says "13834...Attalia...Alfalfa stack in orchard...$125 an acre while trres are...84A/14," with words scratched out and others which are unreadable.
Image of a small creek or drainage with buildings on both sides and a fence on the outer part of the picture. In the top right it says "1122." On the back it says "13841...Section of the Columbia Canal near Attalia...1."
Image of a small stone bridge over a creek or drainage with sand and rocks on either side and fence in the background. In the top right corner it says "1114." On the back it says "13840...Attalia...84A/14...Tunnel on...Canal Cost $20.000...1...3m," with various unreadable words and scratched out words.
Image of rocky land with sage brush through out. On the back it has a large red 9 and stamped it says " 'N' Camas Prairie Railroad Relocation Project 15A-24-10-67 Slide Area. (Station 391 - 394): See back of photo 'M'."
Image of rocky mountainside with a dirt road to the bottom left and river beyond that. In the forefront is a hole with lots of loose rock. On the back it has a large 3 and stamped it says " 'D' Camas Prairie Railroad Relocation Project 4A-24-10-67 Slide Area. (Station 391-394): Looking west from Station 394+- showing 2' - 3' cracks in 15 ft. contact bench.
Image of a rocky mountain landscape with clear sky above it. On the back is a large 11 and stamped it says " 'B' Slide (November 16, 1967)(Station 650-662) A3-11-21-67 Photo shows exposed rimrock at Station 661-662. The entire face of the rock dropped approximately 2 feet. This area is above and slightly to the east of the area shown in Photo 'A'."
Image of mountainside in the background with a flat dirt expanse in front with various dirt roads through out the flat expanse. On the back it has a large 5 and stamped it says " #13 Camas Prairie Railroad Relocation Project 10B-28-6-67 Looking east showing the rundown grade and the east end of the Central Ferry material yard." Written it says "Central Ferry Material Yard and rundown track."
Image of mountainside on the left of the photo with a rail road track on the right. On the back it says stamped " #115 Camas Prairie Railroad Relocation Project A2-25-6-69 Peter Kiewit Sons' --- Schults Bar to Wawawai Looking east from Station 2174+- showing general stage of construction of main line embankment adjacent to Shoofly #7."
Image of rocky mountainside with river in the far background. On the back is a large 10 and stamped it says " 'H' Camas Prairie Railroad Relocation Project 8A-24-10-67 Slide Area. (Station 391-394): Looking east from Station 392+50+- showing contact bench --- small cracks in bench are not visible in photo."