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  • Tags: Shoshone Street

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"Twin Falls High School." Photo also shows a portion of the City Park and surrounding area. The Justamere Inn is visible at the far left.

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"From the Depot-Home Seekers, 1908." A large line of people, mostly men, lining Shoshone Street (looking southwest) from the train depot area. The Iris Theater is located on the left.

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"First house built in Twin Falls, Idaho, 1904. Home of R. M. McCollum" The McCollum house still stands, though with a number of modifications, as Anne's Boutique on Shoshone Street today.

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"Main Street, Twin Falls, Id; Copyright 1907 by C.E. Bisbee;" looking southeast down Main Avenue and the intersection with Shoshone Street. Buildings seen include the Perrine Hotel and the First National Bank.

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"City Park, Twin Falls" The park gazebo is shown, with the Courthouse in the background.

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Wide view of the early town, taken from the Courthouse looking south at Shoshone Street. The Perrine Hotel, Twin Falls Bank and Trust, First National Bank, and Rogerson Hotel buildings can be seen. In the distance are the grain elevators.

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Twin Falls Bank and Trust Building on the corner of Shoshone Street and Main Avenue. The building still stands as the Wells Fargo bank.

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A front view of the Reed Apartments on Shoshone Street.

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The First Methodist Episcopal Church, as seen from Shoshone Street. City Park, with gazebo, is on the left.

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A front view of the Hotel Perrine (torn down in 1968).
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