Sketches of Boise, Idaho, scenes; pictures of Nick Villeneuve; correspondence; biographical information; cartoons by Villeneuve and E.J. Evans; and a scrapbook which includes programs for plays held in Boise (ca. 1914-1915).
iles relating to volunteer activities, board of directors, private sector involvement, volunteer projects, conferences, workshops, and other issues. Also included are a slide/tape show concerning the organization and master audio tapes.
Washington (State)-Politics and government-History-Sources. --Idaho-Politics and government-History-Sources.
Letters (1861-1863) relate to activities in the Puget Sound region of Washington Territory, for which Wallace served as a delegate in the U.S. Congress. Letters (1864-1865), written during Wallace's term as territorial delegate from Idaho, concern...
Water resources development-Idaho-Boise-History-Sources. --Water resources development-Idaho-Kellogg-History-Sources.
Correspondence, minutes, financial records, and general business records of Boise Water Corporation, Boise, Idaho, plus earlier andsubsidiary companies, including the Boise Artesian Water company, Overland Water Company, Natatorium Company, and the...
Water resources development-Idaho-History-Sources. --Electric power-Idaho-History-Sources. --Elections-Idaho-1978. --Idaho-Politics and government-History-Sources.
Membership lists, financial records, newspaper clippings, and other records of the Water/Power Initiative Committee, which gathered petitions for a proposed "Hydropower Protection and Water Conservation Act" in Idaho.
Welker, Herman, 1906-1957. --Legislators-United States-Records and correspondence. --Idaho-Politics and government-History-Sources. --United States-Politics and government-1945-1989.
Three scrapbooks (1953-1956), relating to Herman Welker's senatorial career. Also included is a resume of his congressional voting record and several television tapes concerning his political campaign.
Wells, Merle W. --Caldwell, Harry H. --United States. Bureau of Reclamation.-Idaho. --Boise Project (Idaho)
Copies of annual reports, operation and maintenance reports, project files from the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, and related files pertaining to the Boise Reclamation Project. Assembled by Idaho State Historical Society staff for a study prepared by...
Drafts of two works by Clifford M. Drury, "A Concise History of the Whitman-Spalding Mission," and "Chief Lawyer of the Nez Perce Indians, 1896-1876"; correspondence, transcriptions and research notes on Marcus Whitman, Henry Harmon Spalding, Rev....
Women-Idaho-Biography-Sources. --Women-Idaho-Boise-Societies and clubs. --Altrusa Club (Boise, Idaho).
Questionaires, clippings, financial and membership records, publications, scrapbooks, slides, and manuscript draft for the Altrusa Club's compilation of abbreviated biographies of Idaho women, published in 1979.
Women-Idaho-Boise-Societies and clubs. --Boise (Idaho)-History-Sources. --Boise (Idaho)-Politics and government-History-Sources. --Idaho-Politics and government-History-Sources.
The collection consists of organizational records from 1946-1980, as well as state and national materials. Also included are financial records, the League's work on education, water and environmental issues, foreign policy materials, local state...
Women-Idaho-Boise-Societies and clubs. --Japanese Americans-Idaho-Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945. --Social welfare-Idaho. --Minidoka Relocation Center (Idaho)-History-Sources.
Minutes, correspondence, committee records, club records, scrapbooks, photographs, and memorabilia. Activities documented in the collection include work at the Hunt Relocation Camp, the Women's Center, the Y-Teen, and Day-Care.
Women-Idaho-Boise-Societies and clubs. Civic improvement-Idaho-Boise-History-Sources. Southside Improvement Club.
Organizational records and minutes (1904-1969), of this civic betterment club, orginally organized as a South Boise Association. Also includes annual meeting programs and some correspondence, financial records, and memorabilia.
Diary of Carolyn Grey Logan (1915-1917); photographs of Logan family members, including Thomas E. Logan, Leonard Logan, and Grace Coffin Logan, all of Boise, Idaho; an autograph book (1976-1879) of Grace Coffin.