1st floor of the old Grand Army of the Republic Hall on State Street - looking from the upper end of the hall back towards the front door to the south - just prior to the veterans organization vacating the building.
Nampa subway site. (Nampa street scenes from roof top). A busy street lined with cars and trucks of the early thirties. Train cars are are on the crossing in the back ground. Cooks Garage, Dance Casino, Lucas Second Hand Store, and Turner Auto...
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...
Shoshone Falls from south Idaho with early model Buick touring car. 'Enjoying life in a Buick.' Front seat: Mr. and Mrs. Lind. Back seat: Mrs. Alot, Linds' two daughters; Helen, left; Lilly, right. Idaho. by Helen Lind Bloomenshine.
Pocatello District Champion basketball team from Company 5489, Camp Paul Rupert, Idaho. Left to right front row: Price, Brack, R. Jenkins, Morris, Kaminski. Back row: C. Jenkins (manager), O.D.N., Kerry, Pettis, Virgil A. Enke (coach).
Workmen removing the siding from the pioneer home at Seventh and Grove. A great view up Seventh from the corner of Grove. The Capitol is in the back ground. Various businesses line the street including the Ada theater. Many vehicles line the curbs.
James Stewart and Alice Fletcher set up camp at Cold Spring. The camping gear is spread on the ground next to the tent. The wagon, horses, and James are on the left. Alice stands next to the tent. The forest fills the back ground.