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    • Arid Club

    • associations
    • Arid Club Building, Captain J.R. DeLamar, Owner. Also known as the Delamar House.
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    • Captain McCreedy

    • Carte vistie 126 O.V.J. wounded Battle of wilderness and Died soon after
    • Carte de visite
    • MS591
    • Oath of Office

    • Civil War; Oath of Office
    • Patrick Collins: Oath of Office, Captain 14th Infantry
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    • Idaho State Penitentiary
    • Captain Mel Howard, I.D> Officer Jearld Lehan, Lt. Joe Munch, Materials used to set building fire; paint thinnner, paint, gasoline, Rags (etc.) 2nd floor administration Building
    • 5002-2.79


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    • Idaho State Penitentiary
    • A. E. Argenbright, JR Assistant Captian of Yard; Allen Lambson Asisstant Captain of yard; Arthur A. Stevens Assistant Captain of Yard; P.W. Tyler Lieutenant; Charles W. Shangle Lieutenant; George Brashears Lieutenant
    • Guards#4


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    • Idaho State Penitentiary
    • Captain Doe Manch. Move to new prison
    • P-5002-2-48
    • Air National Guard

    • Militias; Flight crews; Air forces; Aircraft; Airplane engines; Airplanes;
    • Four members of the Air National Guard dressed in flight gear. The men are standing next to a biplane. Left to right: Lieutenant A. H. Bode, Lieutenant Harold Hansen, Captain William G. Foster, Seargent A. G. Hylent.
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    • Idaho National Guard- Camp Bonneville (E)

    • Militias; Military uniforms; Military personnel; Military officers; Military life; Military camps;Tents
    • Officers standing in front of a tent. A sign shows the quarters belonging to Captain Abendroth.
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    • Company 3272 - Publications 2

    • Newspapers; Camps;
    • The Drysdale Dispatch, newsletter of Company 3272, Clarkia, Idaho. This page has an article on a new winter camp and comments from the Captain.
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    • Historical Markers - Nez Perce War

    • Nez Percé; Native American; markers; signs;
    • Near the base of this hill, over 100 cavalry men and volunteers met disaster in the opening battle of the Nez Perce War. Rushing from Grangeville on the evening of June 16, 1877, Captain David Perry planned to stop the Indians from crossing Salmon...
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