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    • Jordan-Wilcomb Construction Company records

    • Construction industry-Idaho-Boise-History-Sources. --Construction industry-Idaho-History-Sources.
    • Project bids for residential, commercial, and government structures in Boise and other Idaho communities (1920-1937); correspondence, photographs, journal records and job records; weekly time books (1936-1981); architectural drawings and sketches. ...
    • MS535
    • Camp Jordan Creek, BR-563 - Camp

    • Camps' Rivers; Forests; Bridges; Tents
    • A bridge constructed by Camp 568 at the Jordan Creek summer camp, 1935. Camp Jordan Creek is in the mountainous country near Enaville, Idaho.
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    • Mining Machinery - Dredges

    • machinery; machines; mines; mining; dredgers; dredging;
    • On Jordan Creek near Delamar, Owyhee County, Idaho. Build by Yuba Dry Company
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    • Freight & Freightage, De Lamar, Idaho

    • Shipping; Carts & wagons; Mules; Muleteers; Mining equipment; Mining camps; Wooden buildings; Horses; Horseback riding;
    • Mule-drawn wagon train in the lower part of the town of De Lamar, on Jordan Creek, Owyhee County, Idaho. On ground, Eddie Morgan, nampa. on horseback, Bob Grant, father of donor. Copied from photo loaned by Earl Grant, Boise.
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    • Sports, Silver City, Idaho

    • Women; Skiers; Snow; Clothing & dress; Churches; Wooden buildings;
    • Seven smiling women skiing on Jordan Street in Silver City. One woman is identified as Atla Brumbaugh Paulding.
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    • De Lamar Mine, Owyhee District

    • Mining; Wooden buildings
    • De Lamar Mine mill buildings at bottom of hillside adjacent to Jordan Creek. Ore is transported from the mine to the mill in the covered chute in the center of the picture.
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    • De Lamar Mine, Owyhee, Mines

    • Mining; Mine buildings
    • Mill Building at the De Lamar Mine on Jordan Creek near Silver City, Idaho circa 1900. Note the barren hills as much of the timber in the area was removed to fuel the mill and for use as support in the underground working.
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