Looking West down Main in 1877, with the original courthouse at center. The steeple of the Methodist church is seen behind and to the right.  Postmark of 1910, this postcard is the earliest view I've found of Quincy. Taken from atop the hill southwest of town, the hotel and courthouse aren't built (well, in the case of the Hotel Quincy, rebuilt- it burned down about 30 times, last one by arson).  Looking down on Keddie from the south, above the elementary school (center). Crescent runs vertically, northwards, on the left side of the photo.  Looking northeast, with Gansner Field at center. Crescent runs horozontally below it.  Another view of likely routes from the Dorris home (top) to either the mouth of the canyon north to Keddie (bottom left), or forking over to Railway Ave (bottom right), which leads to Lawrence and Crescent, where the Exxon is.  Crescent/70 is at the bottom left, and Lawrence and Main stretch east, joining at the top left to curve over the hill to E Quincy. 1946. 
1938. Looking down from the Q Hill onto the milling operation where Safeway and housing now stands. Quincy is to the far right.  Looking towards Quincy from hill behind the high school ("The Q" or "Radio Hill"), c. 1920s  Looking towards Quincy from hill behind the high school ("The Q" or "Radio Hill"), c. 1953  1953 view from the Q above the high school, showing the old mill on the left, where the Safeway shopping complex now stands.  Same view, 1960s.  Same view on a postcard, c. 1990.