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    • Boise Basin Quilters' Quilt Inventory

    • quilts
    • The Collection includes a history sheet (or sheets) for each quilt along with an image of the quilt. There are also three boxes of slides that feature several photographs of each quilt.
    • MS833
    • Gold Miner's Daughters, The Education Of : 1930 - 1943

    • mining; education; families; gold; history; livestock; country life; dogs;
    • A first person account of two daughters being raised in Idaho City from 1930 - 1943. They moved to Spanish Creek area in 1934 and wintered in Caldwell. The father was a gold miner. Describes his activities sluicing and panning gold. Describes their...
    • Pioneers, Thunder Mountain

    • Pioneers; Frontier & pioneer life; Women; Wooden buildings; Clothing & dress; Dogs; Men;
    • A group of Idaho pioneer men and women posed for posterity outside a cabin. A fine selection of men and womens fashions and accessories are represented.
    • The Ridenbaugh Place

    • dwellings; women; dogs; exterior views; architecture; Queen Anne Style; Victorian; landscaping
    • Boise dwellings. Ridenbaugh home located on Boise Avenue. Built 1890, razed 1926.
    • Office-Morning

    • Office buildings; Smelters; Men; Children; Carts & wagons; Horses; Dogs
    • Central Mining & Smelting office, 2 children, 3 men, toy wagons, dog, and horse
    • Humane Shelter Opening

    • Dogs; Animal shelters; Children; Pets;
    • Children observe puppies at the Idaho Humane Shelter.
    • Ben Willson - Dog Tax Receipt

    • Taxes; Dogs; County government;
    • Dog tax receipt issued to Ben Willson by the Territory of Idaho, Boise County, July 28, 1867.
    • MS2Folder888
    • Dwellings, Custer, Idaho

    • Cabins; Women; Clothing & dress; Dogs; Cats;
    • Each photograph is of two women posed in front of a cabin. However, the photographs are not of the same cabin or the same women.
    • Humane Shelter Opening

    • Dogs; Animal welfare organizations; Animal shelters; Government officials; Building dedications;
    • Local dignitaries cut the ribbon at the dedication of the Idaho Humane Shelter. Dogs hold the ribbon.
    • Mines - Unidentified mine

    • Men; Dogs; Vehicles; Mine Buildings; Wooden Buildings; Axes;
    • Man standing next to Geman Shorthair Pointer on stump by car with mine behind.
    • Circus, Pollack Brothers (D)

    • circus performers; circuses & shows; circus animals; dogs; costumes
    • Pollack Brothers Circus performer. A woman trainer and her dog act. The trainer is in costumer posing with two dogs.
    • Ridenbaugh Home 3

    • dwellings; dogs; men
    • Ridenbaugh home located in south Boise, below bench. Stereograph photo.
    • Ridenbaugh Home 1

    • dwellings; women; dogs; exterior views; architecture; Queen Anne Style; Victorian; landscaping
    • Ridenbaugh Residence. See also 69-140-2.
    • Recreation, Thunder Mountain

    • Miners; Mining; Mining camps; Recreation;
    • Sack race at Thunder Mountain. Men, children, and dogs are at play in a main street. Log cabins and tents are being erected.
    • Circus, Boise (A)

    • circus performers; circuses & shows; elephants; trained animals; children; grandstands; dogs; clothing & dress
    • Seven boys are taking a close look at a circus elephant. The boys have three dogs with them. A wooden grandstand is in the back ground.
    • Sheep ranching

    • Sheep ranches; Livestock; Dogs; Working dogs; Horses; Saddlery; Sheep
    • Sheep ranching, Hammett, Idaho. the whole team is present in this photo: sheep; dogs; horses; and herder. A very good photo.
    • Dwellings, Thunder Mountain

    • Cabins; Miners; Wooden buildings; Women; Dogs; Clothing & dress;
    • Six men and one woman are posed in front of a log cabin. A variety of men's clothing is represented. Earl Willson identifies the black woman as "Mandy" and the black man as "Brown Gravy Sam." Possibly Roosevelt.
    • Simpson Dog

    • Dogs; Pianos;
    • The Simpson dog playing the piano.
    • Thunder Mountain, Idaho

    • Mining camps; Cabins; Dogs;
    • Two couples, and their dogs, in front of a wooden cabin in the Thunder Mountain region. Woman on right is Lenny Charters who later moved to Atlanta and lived for many years.
    • Idaho City- Buildings (C)

    • Houses; Yards; Trees; Dogs; Porches; Fences;
    • Two old residences with wood shingle roofs, dilapidated porches, and weathered siding sitting behind a broken fence.


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