Idaho State Pen trustees pitch wheat into threshing machines on the 1,000 acre prize farm in 1915. John W. Snook, was on of the nation's first wardens to use farm labor in an attempt to rehabilitate prisoners
In Octoberl of 1904, miner Rudolph "Bob" Wetter, was convicted of first degree murder in Idaho County, Idaho, and sentenced to hang. His sentence was soon commuted to life in prison through the efforts of many in the community where he lived. This...
Miner Alva Fields was convicted in a US District Court for selling liquor to Indians in Northern Idaho and sentenced in 1905 to a year in prison. His file contains photographs, court records, and a physical description of the convict.
Inmate record of miner O.M. Osgood, convicted of robbery in Kootenai County, Idaho, in 1908. The record contains photographs, court records, parole documents and a physical description of the prisoner.
Women-Idaho-Societies and clubs. --Associations, institutions, etc.-Idaho-Boise. --Vietnamese Conflict, 1961-1975-Prisoners and prisons, American. --Vietnamese Conflict, 1961-1975-Missing in action-United States.
Correspondence, minutes, newsletters, financial records, newspaper clippings, and memorabilia concerning the Prisoners of War/Missing in Action organization in Idaho.