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    • Zoo

    • Animals; Animal treatment; Zoo animals; Zoo keepers; Zoos; Bear cubs; Bears; Monkeys;
    • Zoo workers showing a bear cub and a monkey.
    • New Years Eve Parties

    • Parties; Clothing & Dress; Evening gowns; Men; Women;
    • Young folks dressed for a New Years Eve party complete with party favors and hats.
    • Yellowpine Second Post Office

    • post offices
    • Yellowpine 2nd post office - L to R: Ray Call, geologist; - Smith, mine promoter; Theodore Van Meter;Idaho(state)Albert C. Behne, Postmaster and Yellowpine founder. Earl Willson Collection.
    • Mine & Mill Buildings, Stibnite, Idaho

    • Mills; Mine buildings; Mining equipment; Mining;Tailings embankments; Mine railroads; Ore industry; Vehicles;
    • Yellow Pine Mine, Bradley Mining Company. The complex is spread along the base of a forested mountain side. Vehicles, trailers, houses and sheds are in this panoramic view.
    • MS281_00113

    • Wreck of bridge over the Salmon River at mouth of Whitebird Vreek. Composite cantilever bridge built during the war with little steel. Wrecked in 1931 by a drove of cattle and drivers. Seventeen steers and one driver went intot he river. Loss was...
    • 1935
    • Russell, Patrick Joseph papers

    • Russell, Patrick Joseph, 1901-1982. --Russell, Basil --Aeronautics-History-Sources. --World War, 1939-1945-Aerial operations, American. --Airlines-Peru-History-Sources.
    • World War I and World War II military records, clippings, photographs, flight log books, photographs, and reminiscences of Russell's military career and his airline activities in Peru.
    • MS247
    • Pioneer Log Cabin (B)

    • Cabins; Houses; Vehicles; Neighborhoods; Wooden buildings;
    • Workmen removing the siding from the pioneer home at Seventh and Grove. A great view up Seventh from the corner of Grove. The Capitol is in the back ground. Various businesses line the street including the Ada theater. Many vehicles line the curbs.
    • Pioneer Log Cabin (D)

    • Cabins; Houses; Vehicles; Neighborhoods; Wooden buildings; Lumber;
    • Workmen removing the siding from the pioneer home at Seventh and Grove.
    • Pioneer Log Cabin (A)

    • Cabins; Houses; Vehicles; Neighborhoods; Wooden buildings;
    • Workmen removing the siding and roof from the pioneer home at Seventh and Grove. A bathtub can be seen through a window.
    • Workers construction - ditch

    • Irrigation; Irrigation canals & flumes; Construction; Construction workers;
    • Workers building a cover over a ditch running through a neighborhood. & men are using lumber, iron beams, and hand tools to accomplish the task.
    • McFarland Sheep Shearing Camp

    • sheep farms; camps; men;
    • Workers at the McFarland Sheep Shearing camp stand and sit on wool stacks while posing for a picture in 1903. The camp was located north of the power plant and west of Horseshoe Bend.
    • Company 2527, Camp DG-3 - W.P.A. Project 728  Cricket Control

    • Camps; Pest control; Conservation and restoration; Agriculture; Insects
    • Work Project 728 showing dead and alive crickets. Workers from Camp DG-3 completed this pest control project. One rancher doubled his crops in 1936 over 1935 because of the cricket control program.
    • Capitol Building And Insane Asylum

    • Legislation; Capitols; Mental institutions; Government facilities;
    • Wording of the act to construct the Capitol Building in Boise and the Insane Asylum in Blackfoot. Both projects are created in the same bill. This excerpt is from the book "General Laws of Idaho, Thirteenth Session 1884-5."
    • SpecialCollLaws1884To5
    • Club House - Mullan 1

    • Wooden buildings; Streams; Privies; Bridges; Men; Women;
    • Wooden buildings and open ground near a stream with a man and woman on its bank. The title identification may be incorrect.

    • Idaho State Penitentiary
    • Wood shop in Two yard. making boxes which were used to distribute advertising material for Idaho. items such as plastic potatoes, lead silhouettes, etc. were packed in the boxes and distributed to promote Idaho.
    • p1984-15-15
    • Mines - Idaho "Unidentified mine - probably Cuprum area"

    • Women; Clothing & dress; Mine Buildings; Wooden Buildings; Dirt Roads; Mountain Roads;
    • Woman with boots and hat standing in the foreground on a path in front of mountains with trees. There are five levels of wooden bunkhouses in background.


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