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    • 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
    • L.H. Cox and Company, Records

    • Boise, Idaho; real estate; insurance
    • This collection contains correspondence and financial records of this Boise real estate and insurance company. Also included are papers concerning the estate of L. H. Cox and records of Emma J. Cox.
    • MS109
    • Haywood-PettiboneTrial 2

    • trials; biographies
    • 1. Harry Orchard on the witness stand 2. John Murphy, WFM staff attorney3. William H. Miner, Haywood's father-in-law 4. Henrietta Haywood, Haywood's youngest daughte 5. Vernie Haywood, Haywood's oldest daughter 6. Mary Carruthers, Haywood's half...
    • Hydraulic Mining - Boise Basin 1

    • Hydraulic mining; Miners; mining equipment;
    • 8 miners standing in Larry Brogan's claim, Granite Creek as hydraulic equipment washes hillside. Image is out of focus and there are spots and squiggles on the image. One miner is directing the waterflow and the other seven men are looking on...
    • P62-20-14011b

    • "Children in library, Jan.8, 1931"
    • Boise Independent Schools
    • Idaho Avalanche Bill

    • territorial records; territories;
    • A bill to a subscriber of the Idaho Avalanche newspaper dated November 8, 1882.
    • Bird's-eye view of the Spofford Gold Mining Co's property.

    • Mining
    • A rich beauty spot in the Boise Mountains consisting of 24 mining claims with a total area of 470 acres-located 8 miles east of Boise, Idaho. Includes names of officers. Shows location of claims, geographical features such as creeks, mountains,...
    • Cowboys

    • cowboys; men; boys
    • At far left is Webster Dorsey, 2nd from left is John Sparks, others Unidentified. John Chappel Sparks lived in Stone, Idaho (near Snowville). Born Dec. 8, 1838 in Birmingham, England; Died July 17, 1921; buried in Stone, Idaho.
    • Main Street Boise 8

    • streets; streetscapes
    • Between 6th and 7th Streets. On left: stone jug, real estate office, fire station. On right: city brewery.
    • Boise Railroad Company

    • coaches; street-railroads
    • Cars Number 80 and Number 90. Built by G.C. Kuhlman Company in 1911 at their Collinwood, Ohio Plant. Order Number 493 for two double truck closed city cars to seat forty to forty-four passengers each. Cars were built with Brill 27G trucks with 33"...
    • Central Hotel in Boise 1

    • hotels; people
    • 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....
    • George Washington Statue

    • monuments
    • Chas. Ostner statue of George Washington. "Presented to the Territory of Idaho January 8, 1869, by Chas. Ostner. In consideration of the above on Jan. 15, 1869 the legislature approp. $2,500 for Mr. Ostner." - written on original mount.
    • Boise, Idaho- Parades (C)

    • Parades & processions; Celebrations; City & town life;streets; Spectators; Automobiles; Vehicles; Floats (Parades); Horse teams; Horses; Carts & wagons;
    • Cole Bros Circus wagon drawn by 8 horses passes the crowd on Capitol Boulevard. State Fair and Rodeo Parade.
    • Benjamin Walker Oppenheim papers

    • Lawyers-Idaho-Boise-Records and correspondence. --Idaho. Industrial Accident Board. --Oppenheim, Benjamin Walker, 1883-1979.
    • Collection includes both legal files and personal papers. The original acquisition of 7 ft. included legal files from Oppenheim's practice, 1937-1945; accounts from his law partnerships with Shadrach L. Hodgin, 1913-1927 and Jacob M. Lampert,...
    • MS442
    • Monument-David Thompson

    • monuments; fur; explorers;
    • Dedication of Memorial, Hope, Idaho. This commemorates this coming of the first white man to Lake Pend D'Oreille, David Thompson, Explorer, Geographer and Fur Trader, September 8, 1809.


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