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    • Atkinson's Blacksmith Shop

    • blacksmiths; blacksmithing
    • John Atkinson's blacksmith shop, interior. On South 9th Street. John Atkinson on left.
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    • Miners 1

    • Miners; Mining
    • Man in center, wearing vest, and white shirt, is John McNish. He was an Emmett pioneer of the 1880's. An Idaho Statesman article, dated February 3rd, 1957 states that "the picture was taken at the Gold Hill mine in Quartzburg in 1885. While these...
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    • Cascade, Idaho- Buildings (C)

    • Stores & shops; Forge shops; Streets; Wooden buildings
    • Cascade, Idaho, Statesman Anniversary Edition, nineteen forty. Several buildings including a dry goods store and a blacksmith's shop.
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    • Gold Hill Mine, Quartzburg, Idaho 1885

    • miners
    • Man in center, vest & white shirt, is John McNish, Emmett pioneer of 1880s. An article in the February 3, 1957 Idaho Statesman indicated the photo was taken at the Gold Hill and Iowa Mine at Quartzburg in 1885. While these men came from all...
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    • Pibble & Brooks

    • blacksmithing;
    • Street view of Pibble & Brooks; scene: steam powered water pumper wagon in front of wagon shop and blacksmith shop.
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    • John Atkinson's

    • blacksmithing; blacksmiths;
    • Exterior of John Atkinson's blacksmith shop. John Atkinson is man on the far left next to wheel.
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    • John Atkinson's 1

    • blacksmithing; blacksmiths;
    • Interior photo of John Atkinson's blacksmith shop on South 9th. John Atkinson on left
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    • Weiser, Idaho - Blacksmithing

    • Blacksmithing; Blacksmiths; Horses; Forge shops; Forging;Men; Equipment;
    • Fred Rufner, Marshall Dickerson, Ed Smith, and unidentified man standing in a blacksmith shop in Weiser, Idaho. The forge and an assortment of tools are displayed. Several of the men wear leather aprons.
    • 77-81-8
    • Fort Boise 5

    • military bases; barracks
    • Blacksmith and Carpenter Shops
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    • Idaho State Penitentiary
    • Infirmary. During photo the building was still being used as a Blacksmith and Greenhouse shop
    • 73-229-2-ff
    • Main Street 1

    • streets
    • From Fifth St. looking west. Visible at left are Sutler's Store and George Washington Stiles & Co. blacksmiths. At right are the Wells Fargo office, The Brewery, a blacksmith's shop, The Stage House, and the City Bakery sign.
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    • Boise Blacksmithing 1

    • blacksmithing; horseshoeing; blacksmiths
    • John Atkinson's blacksmith shokp. John Atkinson is man on the far left next to wheel.
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    • Main Street Boise 7

    • towns; streets; streetscapes; townscapes
    • From 5th Street looking weStreet Visible at left are Sutler's Store and George Washington Stiles and Co. Blacksmiths. At right are the Wells Fargo Office, the brewery, a blacksmith's shop, the stage house and the city bakery sign.
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    • Idaho State Penitentiary
    • Blacksmith Shop
    • 68-57-52

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