Celebrations; Mining; Mining camps; Miners; Westward movement; Women; Wooden buildings; City & town life; Streets;
100-yard foot race on main street in De Lamar, Idaho. Bunkhouse on right. Townspeople line the both sides of the street. Wooden buildings and sidewalks are clearly shown. The track is marked by white lines in the left forground.
"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.
United States. Army. Women's Army Corps.-History-Sources. --United States. Air Force.-Women-History-Sources. --World War, 1939-1945-Women. --Boise (Idaho)-History-Sources.
A collection of items belonging to Mace, a French-born resident of Boise, Idaho. Mace was a masseuse in Boise, joined the United States Army in 1944, and served in the WAC and WAF until her death in 1953. Included are scrapbooks, photographs,...
A great portrait of a "neighborhood camping party". Four wagons and horse teams are parked behind the group of men and women. Camp stoves, tables, and tents are in the foreground. All the people are dressed in outdoor clothing.