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    • Boise Airplane

    • airplanes
    • Airplane with Aviator Ely at Boise Fairgrounds. See Idaho Statesman April 20, 1911.
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    • Boise Airplanes

    • airplanes
    • Wright plane with Walter Brookins at Boise Fairgrounds. See Idaho Statesman April 20, 1911.
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    • Boise Airplanes 1

    • airplanes
    • At fairgrounds, Boise. See Idaho Statesman April 20, 1911.
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    • Boise Airplanes 1

    • airplanes
    • Randall and Walter Brookins ready to take off; Boise Fairgrounds. See Idaho Statesman April 20, 1911.
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    • Boise Airplanes 2

    • airplanes
    • At fairgrounds, Boise. See Idaho Statesman April 20, 1911.
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    • Boise Airplanes 4

    • airplanes
    • At fairgrounds, Boise. See Idaho Statesman April 20, 1911.
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    • Bradley Mine, April, 1949

    • Mining; Excavation
    • Bradley Mining Company's open pit mine at Stibnite in Valley County, Idaho April 24, 1949. Photo shows a drill, a shovel and trucks on the benches in the mine near the center of the photo. Note power poles in right foreground.
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    • Bradley Mine, Stibnite, Mines

    • Mining; Wooden buildings; Mining; Mining camps;
    • Conveyors and mill buildings in the "Glory Hole" at Bradley Mining Company's Stibnite mine in Valley County, Idaho. Photo was taken April 24, 1949. The mine and town of Stibnite are named after the antimony sulfide ore "Stibnite".
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    • Capitol, Boise

    • Capitols; Architecture; Automobiles;
    • A crowd gathered on the Capitol steps. (Governor Ross?) January, nineteen thirty-five - April, nineteen thirty five.
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    • Curtis Wright Plane

    • airplanes
    • Curtis Wright plane at Boise Fairgrounds. See Idaho Statesman April 20, 1911.
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    • Dock Canteen Staff

    • wars; docks; canteens; women; men;
    • Staff of the Y.M.C.A. dock canteen at St. Nazaire, France in April, 1919. (Grace Gallet was born on May 23, 1893 in Pocatello, Idaho. After World War I, Grace was chosen by the General Federation of Women�s Clubs to be sent to France to do war...
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