Pure Line Seeds Warehouse
Pure Line Seeds Warehouse

This building was built in 1948 to clean, store, and package pea seeds.

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Photographs, cardboard, paint 

11" x 14" x 3/4"             2013

 

 Close up of Pure Line Seeds Warehouse

Close up of Pure Line Seeds Warehouse

Latah County Grain Growers Inc. Elevators
Latah County Grain Growers Inc. Elevators

These grain elevators were once called "prairie castles".

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Photographs, cardboard, paint 

14" x 11" x 3/4"              2013

 Close up of Latah County Grain Growers Inc. Elevators

Close up of Latah County Grain Growers Inc. Elevators

Warehouses at 6th and Jackson
Warehouses at 6th and Jackson

When electricity first came to Moscow in 1889, the generator was located on this site. 

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Photographs, cardboard, paint 

11" x 14" x 3/4"

 Close up of Warehouse at 6th and Jackson

Close up of Warehouse at 6th and Jackson

Washburn-Wilson Seed Cleaning Factory
Washburn-Wilson Seed Cleaning Factory

This factory was built in the early 20th century. It is currently being carefully dismantled by ReHistoric, an operation specializing in repurposing the lumber in aging agricultural structures.

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Photographs, cardboard, paint

14" x 11" x 3/4"             2013

 Close up of Washburn-Wilson Seed Company

Close up of Washburn-Wilson Seed Company

Washburn-Wilson Seed Cleaning Factory II
Washburn-Wilson Seed Cleaning Factory II

A 1935 advertisement for the company read, "Our Seeds Grow Friends".

This piece is for sale 

Photographs, cardboard, paint

11" x 14" x 3/4"

 Close up of Washburn-Wilson Seed Cleaning Factory II

Close up of Washburn-Wilson Seed Cleaning Factory II

Warehouse at the Southeast Corner of Troy Highway and Washington Street
Warehouse at the Southeast Corner of Troy Highway and Washington Street

Moscow has earned the nicknames "Venice of the North" and "Gem of the Mountains". 

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Photographs, cardboard, paint

11" x 14" x 3/4"

 Close up of Warehouse at the Southeast Corner of Troy Highway and Washington Street

Close up of Warehouse at the Southeast Corner of Troy Highway and Washington Street

Pure Line Seeds Warehouse
 Close up of Pure Line Seeds Warehouse
Latah County Grain Growers Inc. Elevators
 Close up of Latah County Grain Growers Inc. Elevators
Warehouses at 6th and Jackson
 Close up of Warehouse at 6th and Jackson
Washburn-Wilson Seed Cleaning Factory
 Close up of Washburn-Wilson Seed Company
Washburn-Wilson Seed Cleaning Factory II
 Close up of Washburn-Wilson Seed Cleaning Factory II
Warehouse at the Southeast Corner of Troy Highway and Washington Street
 Close up of Warehouse at the Southeast Corner of Troy Highway and Washington Street
Pure Line Seeds Warehouse

This building was built in 1948 to clean, store, and package pea seeds.

Sold

Photographs, cardboard, paint 

11" x 14" x 3/4"             2013

 

Close up of Pure Line Seeds Warehouse

Latah County Grain Growers Inc. Elevators

These grain elevators were once called "prairie castles".

Sold

Photographs, cardboard, paint 

14" x 11" x 3/4"              2013

Close up of Latah County Grain Growers Inc. Elevators

Warehouses at 6th and Jackson

When electricity first came to Moscow in 1889, the generator was located on this site. 

This piece is for sale

Photographs, cardboard, paint 

11" x 14" x 3/4"

Close up of Warehouse at 6th and Jackson

Washburn-Wilson Seed Cleaning Factory

This factory was built in the early 20th century. It is currently being carefully dismantled by ReHistoric, an operation specializing in repurposing the lumber in aging agricultural structures.

Sold

Photographs, cardboard, paint

14" x 11" x 3/4"             2013

Close up of Washburn-Wilson Seed Company

Washburn-Wilson Seed Cleaning Factory II

A 1935 advertisement for the company read, "Our Seeds Grow Friends".

This piece is for sale 

Photographs, cardboard, paint

11" x 14" x 3/4"

Close up of Washburn-Wilson Seed Cleaning Factory II

Warehouse at the Southeast Corner of Troy Highway and Washington Street

Moscow has earned the nicknames "Venice of the North" and "Gem of the Mountains". 

Sold

Photographs, cardboard, paint

11" x 14" x 3/4"

Close up of Warehouse at the Southeast Corner of Troy Highway and Washington Street

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