Civil War, Solider's Home, Presbyterian Church, Missouri, Montana, Idaho, President McKinley, Republican Ticket, Territorial Politics, U.S. Military
Manuscript collection for Colonel Peter R. Dolman (born 1833, died 1904). Dolman was married twice with 3 children. He fought in the U.S. Civil War for the Missouri Volunteers, and was a "Progressive" Montana Politician. The Collection includes...
Women-Idaho-Boise-Societies and clubs. Civic improvement-Idaho-Boise-History-Sources. Southside Improvement Club.
Organizational records and minutes (1904-1969), of this civic betterment club, orginally organized as a South Boise Association. Also includes annual meeting programs and some correspondence, financial records, and memorabilia.
In Octoberl of 1904, miner Rudolph "Bob" Wetter, was convicted of first degree murder in Idaho County, Idaho, and sentenced to hang. His sentence was soon commuted to life in prison through the efforts of many in the community where he lived. This...
On left: Woods Meat Market, E. Fiss Livery Barn, Lilloquist Variety Store, Martin Lumber & Bank, and Teed Office and millinery. On right: Neglay Hotel, printing office, Christensen Hardware (?), Neglay & Fiss - - Kuna Merc.
"All dead tired the day after the ball." Standing, l. to R.: Mrs. Mary Noble, Mrs. Anna Sonna Smalley (?). Seated, l. to R.: Maude Horrie Northrop, Mrs. Purington, Mrs. M. Horrie Lyon. On floor: Harriet F. Harris.