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    • Boise High School public school field

    • Sports & recreation facilities;
    • Entrance of the public school field used by Boise High School. Designed in a Spanish style with stucco walls and tile roof, the entry has two ticket windows and ornate iron gate. Located near corner of Broadway and Warm Springs avenues.
    • P62-20-0059
    • Main Street 14

    • streetscapes; buildings
    • Main Street, Boise, from Seventh & Main, in early 1890's. Looking west toward Falks, old Overland Hotel. Building in background with three windows showing is Sonna Building. Note trees about Eleventh Street. Photo taken before Idanha Hotel was...
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    • Ontario, Oregon

    • Hotels; Vehicles;
    • Ontario, Oregon, Statesman Anniversary Edition, Nineteen-Forty, (Snake River Bridge, Colonial Hotel). Three floored structure with balcony, dormer windows, gambrel roof, and colonnaded porch. Two cars are parked on the street.
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    • Wardner

    • Miners; Snow; Boots; Windows; Clothing & dress; Mining equipment;
    • Miner leaning on post with miner's carbide lamp and cigar
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    • Pioneer Buildings, Idaho City (D)

    • Buildings; Mining camps; Wooden buildings; Houses; Architecture;
    • A two story pioneer structure. The house features a two story porch with balcony. The building is in bad shape with broken windows and missing shakes on the roof.
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    • Bowling Alley, Morning Club, Morning Mines

    • Mine Buildings; Miners; Wooden Buildings; Bowling Alleys; Bowling Balls;
    • Men bowling at the Morning Club Bowling Alley. Alley has ornamental lights, chairs, lockers, pillars, rolling bowling balls, and high windows.
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    • The Red Steer Drive-In

    • Restaurant workers; Drive-in restaurants; Automobiles; Waitresses; Convertible automobiles; Drive-thru windows;
    • Waitress serving hamburger and French-fried potatoes to a man in a convertible at the Red Steer Drive-In.
    • P1996-26-319-2
    • Downtown Parade (E)

    • Cowgirls; Horses; Stores & shops; Parades & processions;
    • Two cowgirls ride past the Hemenway and Moser store. Spectators watch from the upper floor windows while others line the street.
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    • Jesse Chase, Used Car Building

    • Automobile dealerships; Automobile industry; Automobiles; Storefronts; Stores & shops; Vehicles;
    • Exterior view of the Jesse M. Chase used car building at 112 North Twelfth Street. Several automobiles can be seen through the display windows.
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    • Boise Parade 2

    • parades; streets
    • Main Street from 7th and Main in early 1890's. Looking west toward Falks, old Overland Hotel. Building in background with three windows showing is Sonna Building. Note trees about 11th Street. This was before the Idanha Hotel was built.
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    • Payette- Schools

    • Schools; Buildings; Educational facilities; Education;
    • Weiser and Payette, Statesman Anniversary Edition 1939-1940. Foreground is Payette Eastside Elementary School (with brick arches above the windows). The next building over in the background is Payette High School.
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