Central Hotel ca. 1888. Lower, left to right: 1. Virginia Straughan 2. General Straughan 3. unknown 4. A. P. Way, schoolteacher 5. Judge Brezee 6. unknown 7. Milton Kelly, in buggy 8. Billy Richards, bartender 9. Jim Hess. Upper, left to right: 10....
The Collection contains a history of Emmett and a list of early Emmett pioneers and founders. Also included is Parrish's correspondence with the Idaho Historical Society and state and national government representatives, and personal momentos.
Democratic Party (Idaho)-History-Sources. --Elections-Idaho-1942. --Elections-Idaho-1944. --Legislators-Idaho-Records and correspondence. --Idaho-Politics and government-History-Sources.
Correspondence between Robert Coulter, a Cascade, Idaho, rancher who served as state representative and chairman of the Idaho Democratic Party, and T.A. Walters, U.S. assistant secretary of the interior; Edward J. Flynn chairman of the Democratic...
Frontier and pioneer life-Idaho-Parma. --General stores-Idaho-Parma-History-Sources. --Parma (Idaho)-History-Sources. --Fort Boise (Idaho)-History-Sources. --Boise River Valley (Idaho)-History-Sources.
Diary (Sept. 1887-June 1888), recording business and recreational activities of Fouch as store manager in Parma, Idaho; addresses commemorating Old Fort Boise monument (1927); correspondence concerning the early history of the Boise Valley.
Fisher, Stanton G., 1840-1915 , Howard, O. O. (Oliver Otis), 1830-1909. Nez Percé Indians-History. Bannock Indians-History. Shoshoni Indians-History. Fort Hall Indian Reservation (Idaho)-History-Sources. Nez Percé Indian Reservation...
Correspondence (1889-1906); diaries (1875, 1877); autobiography (1888); scrapbook and newspaper clippings (1892-1915), photographs; journals; notebooks; and manuscript, Trail of a Gold Seeker, 1863.
Financial ledgers and customer accounts of a Boise department store. Includes papers of branch stores in Nampa and La Grande, Oregon, and correspondence relating to the Boise-Winnemucca Railway and other company-owned enterprises.
The fir tree in the middle of the street near the flagpole is the one on which several Chinese were hanged until near death and until they confessed which one killed Frasier. The guilty were later hanged.