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    • Transcript of interview with Steve Ahrens, 10-20-2006

    • Idaho State Capitol (Boise, Idaho). --Idaho. Legislature. --Newspapers--Idaho--Boise. --Idaho Statesman. --Boise Cascade Corporation. --Politics and government--Idaho.
    • In his two interviews with Troy Reeves and Andrew Farrar (September and October 2006), Steve Ahrens, a journalist and lobbyist, offered his memories of the Idaho State Capitol between 1975 and 2006. In his second interview, Ahrens discussed further...
    • OH2457b_transcript
    • Transcript of interview with Steve Ahrens, 09-13-2006

    • Idaho State Capitol (Boise, Idaho). --Idaho. Legislature. --Newspapers--Idaho--Boise. --Idaho Statesman. --Boise Cascade Corporation. --Politics and government--Idaho.
    • In his two interviews with Troy Reeves and Andrew Farrar (September 2006 and October 2006), Steve Ahrens, a journalist and lobbyist, offered his memories of the Idaho State Capitol between 1975 and 2006. In his first interview, Ahrens focused on...
    • OH2457a_transcript
    • The Rexburg Standard

    • buildings; men; women; newspapers;
    • People pose in front of The Rexburg Standard bulding.
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    • The Prospector and Thunder Mountain News 1

    • Newspapers; Gold mining; Gold miners; Gold; Business & finance; Business districts; Mining camps; Mining;
    • The Prospector and Thunder Mountain News describes the up and comings of all of the local mines mentioning the Sunnyside, the Dewey, etc.
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    • The Prospector and Thunder Mountain News

    • Newspapers; Mining; Prospecting; Prospecting equipment & supplies; Gold; Gold miners; Gold mining;
    • Newspapers from the Roosevelt and Thunder Mountain area tells interesting stories, and describes area businesses that were later destroyed by the mudslide and flood. First page describes "The Golden Goal" of a miner which was to proceed at all...
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    • The Coeur d'Alene Miner, September 29, 1894

    • Newspapers; Mining; History
    • Volume V, No. 15 of the Coeur d'Alene Miner published in Wallace, Idaho. This issue writes about a speech made by Abraham Lincoln and the Republican County Convention.
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    • The Boise Citizen

    • newspapers; offices
    • Fred Floed in the office of "The Boise Citizen" newspaper.
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    • Statesman Workers

    • Typesetting; Typesetting machines; Printing; Newspapers; Newspaper industry;
    • A row of men using Linotype machines. The machines cast one complete line of writing at a time which is then placed in blocks to print a page.
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    • Statesman Workers

    • Typesetting; Printing blocks; Printers' unions; Newspapers; Newspaper industry;
    • A typesetter at work. A great close up of the type and the page the man is setting up. In the background shelves of materials.
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    • Statesman Workers

    • Printing; Printers; Printing industry; Newspaper industry;
    • Newspapers are going through the press behind the worker.
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    • Statesman Workers

    • Newspapers; Printing industry; Printing presses; Newspaper industry; Industrial technicians;
    • Idaho Statesman workers. A pressman checks the quality of a page.
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    • Statesman

    • 73-2-47
    • Idaho Statesman Office, on the northwest corner of Seventh & Idaho, ca. 1866. Man standing inside door is Milton Hamilton, man outside is Robert Reynolds.
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