Miner Alva Fields was convicted in a US District Court for selling liquor to Indians in Northern Idaho and sentenced in 1905 to a year in prison. His file contains photographs, court records, and a physical description of the convict.
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Council, Midvale, Cambridge, Statesman Anniversary Edition, 1940. Focus of this photo is the Fred Cool store at the end of the street. (selling coal, wood, ice, hay, grain & seeds, and custom chopping.)
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A panoramic view of a main business district in Boise, Idaho, 1900. Businesses including Zee Tai Chung Co, selling Chinese goods, at 904 W. Idaho. The building is the same as the Pacific Hotel run by George B. Smith. The background scene is...