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    • United States Assay Office Records

    • United States Assay Office (Boise, Idaho) Payette National Forest (Idaho)-Headquarters. Historic buildings-Idaho-Boise. Public buildings-Idaho-Boise. Boise National Forest (Idaho)-Headquarters.
    • Correspondence between J.R. McBride, assay office superintendent; Albert Wolters, assayer; and the U.S. Treasury Department (1872-1975); circulars from the Treasury Department (1869-1875); account books (July 1870-Oct. 1870, July 1886-July 1921);...
    • MS23
    • 4th of July Parade

    • parades; towns; holidays
    • 4th of July parade down Main Street in Hailey, headed by Miners' Union.
    • Ella Frances Knox Parrish papers

    • The Collection contains a history of Emmett and a list of early Emmett pioneers and founders. Also included is Parrish's correspondence with the Idaho Historical Society and state and national government representatives, and personal momentos.
    • MS47
    • 4th of July Celebration

    • Celebrations; Children; Clothing & dress; Holidays; Mining camps;
    • Boys and girls posed with American flags for the 4th of July at Quartzburg, Idaho, 4/7/1915. A cabin, shed, and mine tailings pile are in the background.
    • 79-66-45
    • Monuments, Leesburg, Idaho

    • Monuments & memorials; Mining camps; Historical markers;
    • Monument rected July 17, 1926, at Leesburg, commemorating the discovery of gold in July 1866. The monument was erected by O. E. Kirkpatrick, Leesburg. Two of the women in the group are Mrs. Esther Amonson Pyeatt, and Mrs. Anna Edwards Wright,...
    • Holidays De Lamar, Idaho

    • Women; Mining camps; Woodcutting; Festivals; Fourth of July celebrations;
    • 4th of July celebration, bucksaw contest, note woman sawing. American flags displayed in background on buildings.

    • Idaho State Penitentiary
    • Group Photo number 2 yard cannery building (demolished July 1996). table Rock Jay Cees refurbishing toys for Toys for Tots program. L to R: Bill Butcher, "Dutch" Earl Carver, Doug ____, in S. Anthony with sharp, ____, worked as clerk in Chapel,...
    • P5002-2-1
    • Riddle - Camp Exchange

    • Camps; Stores and shops; Tobacco products;
    • Division of Grazing summer camp located 7 miles north of Riddle, Idaho. Established July, 1940. Interior view of the camp exchange showing display of items available to enrollees.
    • Weiser - Soil Conservation Camp

    • Trucks; Camps; Vehicles
    • Weiser Conservation Service camp located on the North and South Highway, 8 miles northeast of Weiser, Idaho. Established July, 1939. A wrecked truck.
    • Wood River Times Newspaper, Hailey, Idaho

    • Mining camps;Stores & shops; Newspaper industry;Wooden buildings;
    • Wood River Times newspaper, next to it is the oldest building in Hailey. MT. Della is in the distance. July, 1913.
    • Telegram Sent July 29, 1877

    • telegrams; Native American; military personnel;
    • Telegram from Js. H. Mills to R.O. Hichman regarding Native American movements.
    • Timber downed by August 1910 Fire

    • fires; forests; forest fires; forestry; timber; wind; trees; disasters
    • 'Blow-down' from winds generated by fire storm of August, 1910. From Lewiston Tribune July 31, 1960. U.S. Forest Service photo.
    • Creation of the State of Idaho

    • states; state governments; state government records;
    • This is the offical document creating the State of Idaho on July 3, 1890.
    • interview (from Oral History Collection) with Willis C. Brassey

    • Assaying; Mining; Gold mining
    • In his two interviews with Anabelle Alexander, conducted June 20, 1975 and July 1, 1975, Willis Brassey remembers his life in Idaho. Brassey spoke of the time period between the 1870s and 1940s where he mined in Quartzburg, ran a stage, hauled ore...
    • Nyssa, Oregon- Schools

    • Schools; Buildings; Educational facilities; Education;
    • Nyssa, Oregon, Statesman Anniversary Edition, July, Nineteen-Forty. Public schools building.
    • Nyssa, Oregon- Street Scenes

    • Streets; Automobiles; Automobile service stations; Churches; Water towers; Advertisements; Panoramic photographs;
    • Nyssa, Oregon, Statesman Anniversary Edition, July, Nineteen-Forty. Left to right: Texaco gas station, Atkeson store, church, Eastman Real estate, houses, and Nyssa water tower. Vintage autos are parked around the scene.
    • First Car in Salmon

    • automobiles; people; fashion; families; driving
    • Salmon, Idaho. The first car to appear in Salmon, Idaho, probably on July 4, ca. 1905, was driven from Montana for the day. From left to right in the front seat is Fred Vogler, the driver; then Laura and Lena Shoup of Salmon. Left to right second...


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