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    • Yellowpine 1st post office

    • post offices
    • Yellowpine, Idaho. First post office; burned 1905 or 1909. Earl Willson Collection.
    • 66-74-238
    • Yellowpine Second Post Office

    • post offices
    • Yellowpine 2nd post office - L to R: Ray Call, geologist; - Smith, mine promoter; Theodore Van Meter;Idaho(state)Albert C. Behne, Postmaster and Yellowpine founder. Earl Willson Collection.
    • 66-74-262
    • Boise Airplanes

    • airplanes
    • Wright plane with Walter Brookins at Boise Fairgrounds. See Idaho Statesman April 20, 1911.
    • SH62-19-1106
    • Boise Airplanes

    • airplanes
    • Wright and Curtis planes at Boise fairgrounds.
    • 62-19-1112
    • Boise Blacksmithing 2

    • blacksmithing; blacksmiths; horseshoeing
    • William P. Estes, 16th and Main Street William P. Estes at left, others Unidentified.
    • 78-157-1b
    • Boise Blacksmithing 3

    • horseshoeing; blacksmithing; blacksmiths
    • William P. Estes, 16th and Main Street William P. Estes at left, others Unidentified.
    • 78-157-1c
    • William Lorenzo & Adelaid Howell

    • families; biographies; portraits
    • William Lorenzo Howell, AdelaIdaho 'Eliza' Lyon Howell. Homestead in 1906, Southeast corner of MerIdahoian Road and Hubbard Road in Kuna, Idaho.
    • 74-103-3
    • Hardman Department Store

    • stores; department stores; commercial buildings; storefronts; illustrations
    • William Hardman & Sons Department Store. 'A Modern Department Store.'
    • 73-98-22
    • Borah Speech Idanha Hotel

    • vindication; hotels; speeches; people; buildings; streetscapes
    • William E. Borah addressing crowd in front of Idanha Hotel after his vindication. October 2, 1907
    • 60-1-1-251
    • White City

    • amusement parks
    • White City Amusement Park. Unidentified girl sitting in moon. It was popular to have your picture taken here in the 'hey day' of White City Park.
    • 78-2-16
    • Boise Life Lines 2

    • associations
    • When Dr. H. E. Dedman (left) and Hank (Arnold L.) Heneke (right) Hillcrest pro, came in off the Country Club golf course, they were signed up to be blood donors by Mrs. D. R. Wooters (center left) and Miss Delphine Aldecoa.
    • 65-18-4
    • Rupert Square 3

    • parks; townscapes
    • West side of Rupert Square facing south.
    • 70-183-7
    • Boise Flying Service

    • airports; airfields; group portraits; biographies
    • Weber J. Appel, Boise Flying Service. With Wayne Watson and John Sero at Boise Flying Field, later Boise Junior College Campus. Flying pennant in background.
    • 68-17-21
    • WCTU State Headquarters 1

    • associations; women
    • WCTU State Headquarters in the Empire Building, Street 1914. Nettie Chipp was president 1910-1919.
    • 60-114-7
    • Warm Springs Avenue in Winter

    • residential districts; streets; winter; dwellings
    • Warm Springs Avenue. House on left is Angell Residence, 1302 Warm Springs Ave.
    • 75-70-4
    • 8th Street Boise

    • streets; streetscapes; covered wagons
    • Wagon train in front of Falk's Store. 8th and Main Streets.
    • 60-85-10
    • Boise Freight and Freightage

    • residential districts; wagons; horses; freighting; dwellings
    • Wagon train going down residential street. South side of Franklin between 9th and 10th.
    • 61-170-11

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