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    • Elija Cummings Whitaker

    • Photocopies of correspondence from Whitaker to his wife, Mary, while he was serving in the Union Army during the Civil War. A genealogy chart and other letters are included.
    • MS570
    • Boise Basin Quilters' Quilt Inventory

    • quilts
    • The Collection includes a history sheet (or sheets) for each quilt along with an image of the quilt. There are also three boxes of slides that feature several photographs of each quilt.
    • MS833
    • Rescue Mine, Warren, Mines

    • Adits; Mine railroad cars; Mine railroads; Miners; Mining equipment; Mining; Mining equipment; Ore industry; Clothing & dress; Barrels;
    • Portal of tunnel at the Rescue Mine near Warren in Idaho County, Idaho.This photo shows twelve miners and one dog posed at the mine entrance. Notice the variety of work clothing and hats. Mine timbers for shoring up the underground workings lie in...
    • Richard C. Adelmann papers

    • Automobile dealers-Idaho-Boise-History. --Mines and mineral resources-Idaho-Ada County-History-Sources. --Mines and mineral resources-Idaho-Boise County-History-Sources. --Plumbing industry-Idaho-Boise-History-Sources....
    • Personal and business correspondence, financial records, and published reports, relating to Adelmann. Includes records of mining activities in Ada and Boise Counties, Idaho; records of the plumbing business in Boise, Idaho, and tobacco and liquor...
    • MS508
    • Perrine, I. B.

    • biography; portraits;
    • A Dream that Came True. Hon. I. E. Perrine (1861-1943) Empire Builder. Father of the Twin Falls Tract, by whose effort & vision the waters of the mighty Snake River were lifted & the desert made to blossom like a rose. Mrs. I.B. Perrine dedicated...
    • James H. Brady papers

    • Brady, James H., 1862-1918. --Governors-Idaho-History-Sources. --Legislators-Idaho-History-Sources. --Idaho-Politics and government-History-Sources.
    • Newspaper clippings, Congressional Records, and addresses given by James H. Brady. Also an autographed photo of Pres. Taft.
    • MS68
    • Hudson's Bay Company

    • buildings; fur; explorers;
    • London, England. Beaver House, Great Trinity Lane. Headquarters of Hudson's Bay Co.
    • The Rexburg Standard

    • buildings; men; women; newspapers;
    • People pose in front of The Rexburg Standard bulding.
    • Lewis & Clark's Camps

    • camps; maps; explorers; trails; markers;
    • The camps of Lewis & Clark across the Lolo Trail.
    • Spalding, Idaho - Cemeteries

    • cemeteries; Christian clergy; missionaries;
    • Spalding Monument, Spalding, Idaho. Spalding Unit, Nez Perce National Historical Park. In memoriam Rev. Henry Harmon Spalding (1803-1874) and his wife Eliza Hart Spalding (1808-1851) pioneers, missionaries, founders of Industry, Education,...
    • Mining Machinery, Dredges

    • Dredges; Mining equipment; Mining; Lakes & ponds; Tailings embankments;
    • Steam powered close connected bucketline dredge ooperating in Warren Meadows near Warren, Idaho prior to 1942. The dredge was owned by the Idaho Gold Dredging Company.
    • Mining Equipment, Dredges

    • Dredges; Mining; Mining equipment; Miners; Children; Clothing & dress; Boys; Men;
    • Bucketline, bucket ladder and front gantry of close connected bucketline dredge operated near Idaho City, Idaho. Note the size of the dredge buckets is comparison to the man in the foreground. The 15 cubic foot dredge was owned and operated...
    • Ferries-Ballard

    • ferries; rivers; river banks;
    • Seven Devils Area. Frank Ballard's Ferry, 2 miles below Homestead at foot of Kleinschmidt grade.
    • Ferries-Givens

    • ferries; rivers; river banks;
    • On Snake River, not far from Givens Hot Springs.
    • Ferries-Campbell's

    • ferries; rivers; river banks;
    • Located on Salmon River 12 miles from Dixie, Idaho. Operated by row boats on either side. It was first operated by a man name Robinson, later by Warren Cook. Ferry could only carry 3 or 4 horses per trip.


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