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    • Earl Herbert Swanson manuscript

    • Archaeology-Idaho-History-Sources. --Archaeology and history-Idaho. --Snake River Plain (Idaho and Or.)-History.
    • Several annotated drafts and master copy of The Snake River Plain, accompanied by photographs and correspondence regarding publication.
    • MS399
    • Nampa - Snake River Stampede

    • Rodeos; Spectators; Celebrations; Clothing & dress; Cowgirls; Cowboy hats; Jeans (Clothing);
    • 7 girls posing for their picture on top of a fence.
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    • Cowboys Snake River

    • cowboys; rivers; cattle
    • Con Shea's watering hole, Snake River, Owyhee County. About 2 miles above the Guffey Railroad Bridge.
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    • Petroglyphs and Pictographs

    • petroglyphs; Native American; rock art; rock; rock paintings;
    • Indian Rock at Hot Springs Enterprise on Snake River Rock about 12 ft. square - oval shape
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    • ITD_06266

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    • Structure collapse - old bridge near Nyssa, Oregon over the Snake River.
    • 1950-1960
    • Richard P. Erwin papers

    • Limbert, Robert W., 1885-1933. --Archaeological expeditions-Idaho. --Idaho-Description and travel.
    • Two field notebooks and related papers. One notebook contains brief narrative accounts of field trips to areas around Boise, including the Payette and Snake River canyons. Robert Limbert was a participant on some of these expeditions.
    • MS542
    • J. L. Chapman Papers

    • Petroglyphs-Washington (State)-Asotin.
    • Hand-drawn maps and photographs of petroglyphs found near Asotin, Washington, on the Snake River.
    • MS33
    • James A. Bondurant papers

    • Reclamation of land-Idaho. --Soil conservation-Idaho.
    • Reports relating to reclamation and soil conservation in Idaho, collected by the Snake River Conservation Research Center, Twin Falls, Idaho.
    • MS480
    • Twin Falls, Idaho - Tourism

    • Promotional materials; Publicity photographs; Pamphlets; Sheep; Agriculture; Travel;
    • View of a fruit and sheep ranch on the banks of the Snake River, near Twin Falls. A 64-page booklet of information including: pictures, tables of agricultural production, weather, and opportunities in the Twin Falls Region.
    • MS544Box8Folder26
    • Perrine Bridge over Snake River

    • general views; postcards; bridges (built works); river beds;
    • Perrine Bridge over Snake River, near Twin Falls color post card
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    • W. Paul Tate papers

    • ate, John P., 1870-1911. --Tate, Emma, G. 1873-1962. --Tate, W. Paul. --Tate family. --Triangle Dairy (Boise, Idaho) --Dairying-Idaho-Boise. --Frontier and pioneer life-Idaho-Clearwater River Region. --Boise (Idaho)-Biography-Sources. --Payne's...
    • Tate family history and genealogy, including several narratives about family members and their business, the Triangle Dairy of Boise, Idaho; a description of Payne's Ferry on the Snake River, by W.W. Dawson and an account of pioneering on the...
    • MS463
    • Glenns Ferry, Idaho (F)

    • Rivers; Valleys; Farms; Bridges; railroad tracks; Historic sites;
    • Three Mile Island area of the Snake River near Glenns Ferry, Idaho.
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    • Twin Falls, Idaho - Orchestras and Bands

    • Bands; Music; Music ensembles; Musical instruments; Musicians; Cowboy hats; Cowboys; Cowboy boots; Firearms;
    • Snake River Outlaws, a band of the 1920's and early 1930's. George Cox with fiddle, S .T. Wright at microphone. Other three are Lon McFinney and Lee & Leo Craner.
    • 80-90-1-a
    • Ontario, Oregon

    • Hotels; Vehicles;
    • Ontario, Oregon, Statesman Anniversary Edition, Nineteen-Forty, (Snake River Bridge, Colonial Hotel). Three floored structure with balcony, dormer windows, gambrel roof, and colonnaded porch. Two cars are parked on the street.
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    • Twin Falls, Idaho - Orchestras and Bands

    • Bands; Music; Music ensembles; Musical instruments; Musicians; Cowboy hats; Cowboys; Cowboy boots; Firearms;
    • Snake River Outlaws, a band of the 1920's and early 1930's. George Cox with fiddle, S .T. Wright at microphone. Other three are Lon McFinney and Lee & Leo Craner.
    • 80-90-1-b

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