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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
    • Company ""F"", 8th Ammunition Train

    • military personnel; military bases; military training buildings; military training camps;
    • A large photograph of Company ""F"" 8th Ammunition Train at Camp Lee in Virginia on December 4, 1918.
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    • Nampa, Idaho - Stores, Confectionary

    • stores; confectioneries; novelty shops; specialty stores;
    • Candy Shop and Fountain, Dewey Palace Hotel. Blanche Ruse, Alice Ayers, Carrie Findley (owner). Mrs. Findley bought shop from Lee Nockleby. Al Nockleby was candy maker.
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    • Camp Three Forks

    • camps; cannons; military; men; portraits
    • Formerly Camp Winthrop. Name changed to Camp Three Forks in 1867. MIdahoway between Silver City and Cliffs, Idaho. South side of South Mountain. Coppinger on Cannon. Taken 1866-1868 by a Silver City photographer. From Mrs. A. C. Lee, Boise.
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    • Fort Hall, Idaho Views

    • missionaries; Christian clergy;
    • Grove where Rev. Jason Lee preached the first Protestant sermon delivered west of the Rocky Mountains, July 27, 1834. Fort Hall, Idaho
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    • Idaho State Penitentiary
    • Haroel E. Sillman; Worley G. Lee; Floyd A. Stewart; Matt Sheldon; Roy I Johnson; All Guards
    • Guards#10
    • Transcript of interview with Lee Barnes, 07-11-2005

    • Idaho State Capitol (Boise, Idaho). --Martin Luther King, Jr., Day. --Idaho. Legislature. House.
    • In his interview with Claire Steven in July 2005, Lee Barnes, a lobbyist and state representative (1989-1992) for Idaho, offered his memories of the Idaho State Capitol at the centennial celebration. Barnes spoke of the time period spanning the...
    • OH2460_transcript
    • Index of interview with Lee Barnes, 07-11-2005

    • Idaho State Capitol (Boise, Idaho). --Martin Luther King, Jr., Day. --Idaho. Legislature. House.
    • In his interview with Claire Steven in July 2005, Lee Barnes, a lobbyist and state representative (1989-1992) for Idaho, offered his memories of the Idaho State Capitol at the centennial celebration. Barnes spoke of the time period spanning the...
    • OH2460_index
    • Estes Real Estate (Firm: Boise, Idaho) records

    • Real estate agents-Idaho-Boise-Records. --Mines and mineral resources-Idaho-History-Sources.
    • Ledger (1 vol. + 1 folder: ca. 1937-1946), and invoices and correspondence (1 folder). The ledger also contains records of an unidentifeid mining venture (1920-1921).
    • MS545


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    • Idaho State Penitentiary
    • No Name; Waryne Kan...;Lee E. Rum...;Art Garnes; james R. barry; All Guards
    • Guards#10A
    • Ada County Sheriff's Office 1901

    • public buildings; sheriffs; people; interior views
    • Sheriff's Office. Man standing by desk is Andy Robinson, Deputy Sheriff. Sheriff Joe Daly is seated to the left with his wife and daughters. His wife is Rebecca Daly. Zelma Lee (Flossie) is standing by Mrs. Daly. Alberta Rebecca Daly is standing by...
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    • Ada County Courthouse 1

    • sheriffs; offices; law;
    • Sheriff's office: Sheriff Joe Daly seated at left with wife, Rebecca. Zelma Lee (Flossie) standing at Mrs. Daly's right; Alberta Rebecca is next to her father. Deputy Sheriff Andy Robinson standing by desk.
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    • Twin Falls, Idaho - Orchestras and Bands

    • Bands; Music; Music ensembles; Musical instruments; Musicians; Cowboy hats; Cowboys; Cowboy boots; Firearms;
    • Snake River Outlaws, a band of the 1920's and early 1930's. George Cox with fiddle, S .T. Wright at microphone. Other three are Lon McFinney and Lee & Leo Craner.
    • 80-90-1-b
    • Twin Falls, Idaho - Orchestras and Bands

    • Bands; Music; Music ensembles; Musical instruments; Musicians; Cowboy hats; Cowboys; Cowboy boots; Firearms;
    • Snake River Outlaws, a band of the 1920's and early 1930's. George Cox with fiddle, S .T. Wright at microphone. Other three are Lon McFinney and Lee & Leo Craner.
    • 80-90-1-a
    • Liquor Traffic, Thunder Mountain

    • Barrooms; Bars; Miners; Mining camps; Tents;
    • Tent Saloon. Lee Lisenby's Saloon. He lived later at Thunder City. Photo shows a log bar, a selection of bottles, kegs, customers and bar tender.
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