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    • Boise, Idaho- Parades (F)

    • Parades & processions; Celebrations; City & town life; Musical instruments; Musicians;
    • A band marches down Main Street in front of spectators and businesses including the Postal Telegraph, Williams Photo Service, Savoy Hotel, Coney Island, Casino Bar, Grand Hotel, Owyhee Hotel, and others. State Fair and Rodeo Parade.
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    • American Legion Band

    • Bands; Musicians; Musical instruments; Boys
    • American Legion Band, John Regan Post Number 2.
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    • Armistice Day Parade (A)

    • Celebrations; Parades & processions; Musical instruments;
    • Boise marching band in snowy wet weather.
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    • Casado, Cellist

    • music festivals; musicians; musical instruments
    • Casado, cellist (cellist with unnamed piano player). The musicians are posed with their instruments. Casado is standing and accompanist is seated.
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    • Fifty Years of Statehood (P)

    • Celebrations; Parades & processions;Stores & shops; Bands; Musical instruments; Musicians; Vehicles
    • Fifty years Statehood Celebration. Band moves up Idaho Street.
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    • Fifty Years of Statehood (F)

    • Celebrations; Parades & processions; Bands; Musical instruments; Drum majors; Stores & shops
    • Fifty years Statehood Celebration. Sons of the American Legion band.
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    • Cavalry Band

    • Militias; Military bands; Military life; Musical instruments;
    • Idaho National Guard military band.
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    • Carey - Bands

    • Bands; Music ensembles; Music; Musical instruments; Musicians; Band uniforms;
    • Independent Band of Carey, Idaho, 1910.
    • P1985-12-30b
    • Musicians Protective Association, Local 537 (Boise, Idaho) records

    • Smith, Leon. --Southern Syncopaters (Musical group) --Afro-Americans-Idaho-Boise-Social conditions. --Race discrimination-Idaho-Boise. --Trade-unions-Musicians-Idaho-Boise-Records.
    • Minute book (1910-1915); cash book (1917-1922); one folder of correspondence, mostly circular letters from the national headquarters of the union (1928-1929); and miscellaneous records. Includes a draft of a letter explaining why Leon Smith and his...
    • MS65
    • Miss English (B)

    • accordions; music education; musical instruments
    • Miss English, Boise music teacher, posing with her accordion.
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    • Brusen, Bernice papers

    • Music Week (Boise, Idaho) --Music-Idaho-Boise-History-Sources.
    • Scrapbooks, photographs, programs, financial materials, and other items relating to Boise Music Week and other musical activities in Boise, Idaho (1930-1987). Also includes one minute book of the Tuesday Musicale, Boise (1915-1917).
    • MS301
    • 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
    • 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
    • Spanish Village Basque Restaurant (A)

    • Restaurants; Musical instruments; Music stands; Musicians; Women;
    • Spanish Village Basque restaurant, (four musicians). The musicians are women playing drums, piano, violin, and saxophone.
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    • Music Week, Boise High School

    • Music; Music education; Music festivals; Musical instruments;
    • Students with their instruments violin, french horn, timpany, and trumpet.
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    • Beemer, Peter musical scores

    • Folk music-Idaho-Warren. --Warren (Idaho)-History-Sources.
    • Transcriptions taken by Beemer, a Warren, Idaho, miner, from songs whistled, hummed, or sang by local residents. Also enclosed is a reminiscence by Taylor Smith. Also available on microfilm.
    • MS73

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