This photograph of Spokane (source) was taken in 1915. I've identified six of the buildings in the picture, and would like to figure out where the photographer was standing so I can make a modern counterpart. How can I go about doing that?
I've narrowed the likely location down to about a quarter-mile of road based on what's visible, but I'd like more precision. Just going there and looking isn't likely to work, because most of the buildings in the foreground no longer exist, and much of the area is now forested.
If it makes things simpler, one of the six buildings I've identified is almost dead-center at the bottom of the image, and two others are due north and south of it.