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    • Windle family papers

    • Coates family. --Mickelsen family. --Osburn family. --Wilcox family. --Youtsler family.
    • Papers include biographical information, correspondence, legal papers, and photographs. All pertain to extended Windle family which includes Coates, Osborn, Mickelsen, Wilcox, and Youtsler.
    • Waterwheel

    • waterwheels mining rivers mountains miners
    • "Placer Mining Wheel" at Salmon River Point, about one mile above the mouth of the Little Salmon River. This appeared in the U.S. Government Hydrographic Report and received special mention above all others by Mr. Newell, chief of that survey.
    • Waterwheel

    • waterwheels; mining; rivers; mountains;
    • "Placer Mining Wheel" at Salmon River Point, about 1 mile above the mouth of the Little Salmon River. This appeared in the U.S. Government Hydrographic Report and received special mention above all others by Mr. Newell, chief of that survey.
    • Wagon train

    • Carts & wagons; Horses; Horse teams; Horseback riding; Covered wagons;
    • A close up of a covered wagon and the men and horses that make it all work.
    • United States. Bureau of Public Roads records

    • Roads-Design and construction-Idaho-History-Sources. --Roads-Design and construction-Idaho-Photographs. --Coeur d'Alene Indian Reservation (Idaho) --Fort Hall Indian Reservation (Idaho)
    • Records relating to highway construction in Idaho. Includes project history notebooks, maps, traffic reports, information on Coeur d'Alene and Shoshone reservation roads, and approximately ten feet of photographs showing highway construction in all...
    • 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...
    • Stibnite Idaho Group

    • biographies; towns
    • Front row left to right: unknown, unknown, Henry Singer (Idaho Power Co.), C. W. Gamble (Boise Payette), James Bradley, Mrs. Opal Sarcent, Mrs. Bobby Corbett (all of Bradley Mining Co.), J. Lynn Driscoll (First Security), C. C. Anderson, John J....
    • Social Life and Customs, Silver City, Idaho

    • Activities; Clothing & dress; Balls (Parties); Dresses; Women; Millinery;
    • "All dead tired the day after the ball." Standing, l. to R.: Mrs. Mary Noble, Mrs. Anna Sonna Smalley (?). Seated, l. to R.: Maude Horrie Northrop, Mrs. Purington, Mrs. M. Horrie Lyon. On floor: Harriet F. Harris.
    • Silver Smelter, Bunker Hill Mine

    • Mining; Smelters; Silver;
    • Standing behind two 16-bar pallets of silver bars especially cast for the Idaho Historical Society are (l to r) Chas. E. Schwab, president; A.Y. Bethune, manager of metallurgy; and J.M. Haivala, general manager, all of the Bunker Hill Company,...
    • Roosevelt and Roosevelt Lake

    • Streams; Mining; Gold mining; Gold rushes
    • Founded late in the fall before the big rush to Thunder Mountain in the beginning of 1902, Roosevelt soon became the leading camp in the new mining district. Thousands of men, having heard that Thunder Mountain was destined to be the biggest gold...
    • Reber, Daniel papers

    • Mining corporations-Idaho-Mountain Home-Records. --General stores-Idaho-Mountain Home. --Mountain Home (Idaho)-Commerce-History-Sources.
    • Correspondence and financial records of companies managed by Reber, including the Golden King Mining and Milling Company; Crown Point Gold Mining Company; Daley Consolidated Mines Company; and the Helfrich Mercantile Company, all of Mountain Home,...
    • Pierce Idaho Courthouse

    • courthouses; jails; buildings; towns
    • "Old jail in Pierce city. First jail built in Idaho. All the logs for this building were hauled on hand sleds one winter in the early [eighteen] sixties. In this picture it is seen as a Residence but the hold from one of the cells can bee seen in...
    • Miners 1

    • Miners; Mining
    • Man in center, wearing vest, and white shirt, is John McNish. He was an Emmett pioneer of the 1880's. An Idaho Statesman article, dated February 3rd, 1957 states that "the picture was taken at the Gold Hill mine in Quartzburg in 1885. While these...

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