Proclamations; Constitutions; Constitutional conventions; Political elections;
A proclamation by Governor George L. Shoup lauding the writing of a State Constitution and encouraging the counties to vote for the document, "which must inevitably give new life to our development and rapidly advance the material interest of our...
Boise Land and Water Company. --Boise Rapid Transit Company. --Boise-Payette Power Company. --Idaho Building and Loan Association. --Colorado Investment Company. --Mines and mineral resources-Idaho-Thunder Mountain-History-Sources. --Boise...
Correspondence relating to development projects promoted by Spofford around Boise, Idaho; to his business ventures in the Thunder Mountain Mining District, Idaho; and to his family.
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.
National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) general correspondence; correspondence of the Association for the Humanities in Idaho executive director, Rose Bowman, and regional correspondence; material relating to the 1974 national meeting of state...
Journalists-Idaho-Boise-Records and correspondence. --Idaho-Politics and government-History-Sources. --Hells Canyon Dam (Idaho and Or.)
Newspaper clippings of Corlett's Idaho Statesman column, "Politically Speaking" (1961-1971), and material regarding the proposed Hells Canyon Dam in relation to Pacific Northwest water resource development (1949-1967).
Physicians-Idaho-Caldwell-Biography-Sources. --Caldwell (Idaho)-History-Sources. --Boise River Valley (Idaho)-History-Sources.
Reminiscences in the form of letters from Dr. Wright to Mrs. Fred McConnell, Caldwell, Idaho, relating the doctor's experiences during the settlement of the Caldwell area and the development of Boise Valley, Idaho.
The Collection contains a history of Emmett and a list of early Emmett pioneers and founders. Also included is Parrish's correspondence with the Idaho Historical Society and state and national government representatives, and personal momentos.