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.
First train into Boise, Idaho, September 5, 1887. Photo taken near the site of the Boise Union Pacific Depot. This train ran from Nampa to Boise. Image: Group of men standing on a flat railway car, steam engine to the left.
Correspondence and records of Hiram A. Hart as secretary of the Musicians Protective Association of Boise, Idaho, Local 537 of the American Federation of Musicians; a directory (1927) of musicians in Local 537; correspondence with Joe N. Weber,...
Members of the Boise High School girls' tumbling team spell out the word "BOISE." The eleven team members are dressed in sports uniforms and are standing in front of the main entrance to Boise High School.
Mule-drawn wagon train in the lower part of the town of De Lamar, on Jordan Creek, Owyhee County, Idaho. On ground, Eddie Morgan, nampa. on horseback, Bob Grant, father of donor. Copied from photo loaned by Earl Grant, Boise.
This picture shows a cowboy riding a bucking bronco at the Dry Creek Rodeo at the Riley Ranch near Horseshoe Bend, Idaho, north of Boise. Another horse and rider are in the arena ready to assist. Several cars and trucks are on the outside of the...
Real estate business-Idaho-Boise-History-Sources. --Land companies-Idaho-Boise-History-Sources.
inancial records regarding Broadbent properties in Boise, Idaho (1875-1945). Also scrapbooks, plat maps, and other records showing holdings of Broadbent and rents paid. Map indicating the Broadbent property holders in downtown Boise.