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    • Blacksmithing, Rocky Bar, Idaho

    • Blacksmiths; Blacksmithing; Forge shops; Mining camps;Wooden buildings;
    • Blacksmiths shop in Rocky Bar, Idaho. Men and children are standing at the entrance to the shop. The building is located in front of a wooded mountain side
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    • Blacksmiths, etc. at Wardner

    • Blacksmiths; Hammers; Aprons; Miners; Fences; Clothing & dress; Mining equipment;
    • Blacksmiths, and other men, posing in snow with tools with terrific expressions.
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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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    • William P. Estes

    • blacksmithing; blacksmiths;
    • Exterior of Wm. P. Estes' shop, 16th & Main; Wm. P. Estes at left, others unidentified.
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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
    • 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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    • 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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    • Company 4738, Camp DG14 - Enrollees

    • Camps; Uniforms; Wooden buildings; Men; Conservation and restoration;
    • Good-bye DG14. These boys are headed to Missouri and home after serving up to 2 years in the Civilian Conservation Corps's. Trained caterpillar, bulldozer, and grader men; truck drivers, jack hammer and powder men; rock masons, bridge builders,...
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    • Group Photograph

    • associations; blacksmiths; group portraits
    • Group photo: John Atkinson sixth from left.
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    • Boise Blacksmiths 4

    • blacksmithing; blacksmiths
    • Group portrait of blacksmiths in Boise. John Atkinson is sixth from left.
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    • Gully Lachs

    • Blacksmiths; Forge shops; Equipment;
    • Gully Lachs in the process of making a wooden wagon wheel. This shop view displays lots of hand tools.
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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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    • 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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    • Atkinson's Blacksmith Shop

    • blacksmiths; blacksmithing
    • John Atkinson's blacksmith shop, interior. On South 9th Street. John Atkinson on left.
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    • Boise Blacksmithing 3

    • horseshoeing; blacksmithing; blacksmiths
    • William P. Estes, 16th and Main Street William P. Estes at left, others Unidentified.
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    • Boise Blacksmithing 2

    • blacksmithing; blacksmiths; horseshoeing
    • William P. Estes, 16th and Main Street William P. Estes at left, others Unidentified.
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