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    • Association for the Humanities in Idaho records

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    • National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) general correspondence; correspondence of the Association for the Humanities in Idaho executive director, Rose Bowman, and regional correspondence; material relating to the 1974 national meeting of state...
    • MS381


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    • CAA War Training Service; navy; Lewiston Normal School
    • Page 43: LEWIS HALL for men, the oldest dormitory on the campus, is of the English type of architecture. The rooms' include sixteen suites, consisting of a study and alcove bedroom. Each suite has an open fireplace in addition to steam heat. Single...
    • 2008-8-076
    • Indian claims cases collection

    • Shoshoni Indians-History-Sources. --Paiute Indians-History-Sources. --Bannock Indians-History-Sources. --Indians of North America-Claims-West (U.S.)
    • Dockets for cases before the Indian Claims Commission involving petitions by the Northern Paiute Nation and bands thereof for lands on the Mono and Paviotso tracts, Nevada and California (1965); the Shoshoni Tribe of Indians of the Wind River...
    • MS339
    • War Ration Book Two

    • wars; ration books;
    • A War Ration Book Two issued to Rose Pell. During World War II, food and other goods were in short supply . For instance, canned foods were shipped overseas for the military. Gasoline and tire rationing limited the transportation of fresh foods and...
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    • War Ration Book Two Point Explanation

    • wars; ration books;
    • An article from the newspaper that helped to explain the point system. During World War II, food and other goods were in short supply . For instance, canned foods were shipped overseas for the military. Gasoline and tire rationing limited the...
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    • Sugar Purchase Certificate

    • wars; ration books;
    • This certificate authorized School District 36 to purchase 106 pounds of sugar. During World War II, food and other goods were in short supply. For instance, canned foods were shipped overseas for the military. Gasoline and tire rationing limited...
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    • 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,...
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    • CAA War Training Service
    • Page 5: This is an aerial close-up of the Airport and buildings. Between the main building and the large hangar may be seen 20 Cubs used for Elementary training. The left of the main building is the line of Fairchild trainers used for Intermediate...
    • 2008-8-005
    • 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
    • Index of interview with Martin "Marty" Peterson, 03-01-2006

    • Idaho State Capitol (Boise, Idaho). --Association of Idaho Cities. --Governors--Idaho. --Idaho. Legislature. --Politics and government--Idaho.
    • In his three interviews with Troy Reeves in February and March 2006, Martin Peterson, who worked on the staff of two U.S. senators, served as budget director for two Idaho governors, and also ran the Idaho Centennial Commission, offered his...
    • OH2496b_index
    • Kinyon, Frank B. papers

    • Peace-Societies, etc.-Idaho-Boise.
    • Correspondence, membership roster, and constitution of the Boise chapter of the National Council for Prevention of War, which Kinyon served as secretary.
    • MS132
    • 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
    • Transcript of interview with Martin "Marty" Peterson, 03-01-2006

    • Idaho State Capitol (Boise, Idaho). --Association of Idaho Cities. --Governors--Idaho. --Idaho. Legislature. --Politics and government--Idaho.
    • In his three interviews with Troy Reeves in February and March 2006, Martin Peterson, who worked on the staff of two U.S. senators, served as budget director for two Idaho governors, and also ran the Idaho Centennial Commission, offered his...
    • OH2496b_transcript
    • Index 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 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 his...
    • OH2457a_index
    • Marshall Lake, Mines

    • Mining; Miners; Ore industry;
    • Mine, mill buildings, and camp of the Sherman-Howe Mining Company mine in the Marshall Lake Mining District. Note most of the timber on the hillsides has been removed to get lumber to construct the buildings and for use as support timbers in the...
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    • 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,...
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    • Idaho State Penitentiary; toys; toys for tots, inmate
    • Inmate fixing toys for Toys for Tots
    • P5002-2-2
    • Civil War Field Promotion

    • military personnel; wars;
    • This is the field promotion for Patrick Collins signed by Abraham Lincoln on February 21, 1862. Patrick Collins was born March 17, 1833 in Ireland and immigrated to the United States as a young man. He enlisted in the army in 1855. He served in the...
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    • Ernest Edmund Oberbillig papers

    • Mines and mineral resources-West (U.S.) --Gold mines and mining-Idaho-Nez Percé Indian Reservation.
    • Notes, publications, photocopies, and microfilm of research materials assembled for mineral claim surveys and studies prepared for the U.S. Department of Justice and the Indian Claims Commission (Docket No. 180-A) for Indian lands throughout the...
    • MS418

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