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    • Yankee Fork, Mines

    • Mining equipment; Dredges
    • Yuba close connected bucketline dredge, largest dredge in the Idaho, Aug 4, 1947. Yankee Fork Mines
    • Buffalo Hump

    • mining; forests; mountains; scenes; trails;
    • View looking east, taken from Hump-Florence Trail, a distance of 4 miles.
    • Creation of the Idaho Territory

    • territorial records; territories;
    • This is the act that was signed by President Lincoln on March 4, 1863 creating the Idaho Territory.
    • President Truman Condolence Document

    • document; wars; military personnel;
    • This document was intended for the family of Sergeant First Class Joe B. Carter, who died in military operations in Korea on September 4, 1950.
    • Company 3272 - Publications 4

    • Newspapers; Camps;
    • The Drysdale Dispatch, newsletter of Company 3272, Clarkia, Idaho. Projects page describes the work being done by the camp personnel.
    • Idaho Writers League records

    • Authors, American-20th century-Idaho-Societies, etc. --Idaho-History-Sources.
    • The collection consists of 3.5 cu. ft. (3 record boxes, 1 document box). Boxes 1 and 2 contain organization records, correspondence, bulletins, newsletters, publications, photographs and miscellaneous material. Box 3 contains scrapbooks. Box 4...
    • MS387
    • Fair

    • Fairs; Exhibitions; Exhibit booths; Farmers' groups; State seals;
    • The Canyon County Pomona Grange No.- 4. exhibit. The exhibit features the Great Seal of Idaho.
    • Mining Machinery 4

    • Mining; Mining equipment; Hoisting machinery; Switchboards; Electrical apparatus; Signs (Notices);
    • Switch gear of the first electric hoist used at the Bunker Hill Mine operated by the Bunker Hill and Sullivan Mining and Concentrating Company near Kellogg, Idaho. The hoist serviced the No. 1 shaft. Photo circa 1917.
    • Main Street 3

    • streets
    • Street scene early 1870's south side of Main Street, between 8th & 9th."" Repairs underway after fire. Valley Store, 805 Main, at left. Idaho Statesman, April 17, 1925, Sec. 3, p.4, c.3.: ""Taken after fire which burned Calkins & Beachy store, a...
    • Silver Star Certificate

    • document; wars; military personnel;
    • Silver Star posthumously awarded on December 28, 1950 to Sergeant First Class Joe D. Carter for gallantry in action in Pusan-Dong Korea on September 4, 1950.
    • Idaho Schools, Quartzburg, ID

    • Mining; School children; Schools;
    • School house, children, and adults, Quartzburg school on July 4, 1890. Includes image of Maggie (Zimmer) Gunderson as a child.
    • First Car in Salmon

    • automobiles; people; fashion; families; driving
    • Salmon, Idaho. The first car to appear in Salmon, Idaho, probably on July 4, ca. 1905, was driven from Montana for the day. From left to right in the front seat is Fred Vogler, the driver; then Laura and Lena Shoup of Salmon. Left to right second...
    • Rupert Storefronts 4

    • buildings; commercial buildings; general stores; stores; restaurants;
    • Restaurant, drug store, Rupert Mercantile Co., C. W. Pinney bookstore in Rupert, idaho
    • Main Street Boise 6

    • fires; streets; commercial buildings; stores
    • Repairs underway after fire. Valley Store, 805 Main, at left. "Taken after fire which burned Calkins & Beachy store, a cigar store, barber shop, Lemp's saloon and a shoemaker's shop. Building on right is Schnabel's store. One of the people standing...
    • Streets, Quartzburg, Idaho

    • Mining; Mining camps; City & town life;
    • Quartzburg street circa 1899. 1. Bill Coughanour dwelling (nephew of Dave); 2. Daly Hotel; 3. Daly Saloon; 4. Wm. Splaine store; 5. "House of Blazes"; 6. Berry dwelling; 7. Wm. Shelly dwelling; 8. "Dick the Fiddler's" dwelling (he played for...


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