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    • 1511 Eleventh Street

    • Dwellings; housewives; houses;
    • Front view; small dwelling, 3 women standing, Mrs. William Stafford at center, small child in stroller.
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    • Delamar Dwelling

    • dwellings; illustrations
    • 'Residence of C. W. Moore.' 809 Grove Street.
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    • Falk, David

    • Dwellings;etchings
    • Dwelling of David Falk, 1014 W. Idaho Street. Black and white illustration of two story dwelling with bay window
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    • Hart, J

    • dwellings
    • Dwelling of J. Hart, 439 Bannock. B/W illustration of small dwelling
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    • Isaac Ives Lewis Records

    • Davenport and Johnson (Ruby City, Idaho)
    • Correspondence, ledgers, and daybooks pertaining mainly to a drugstore in Ketchum, Idaho.
    • MS16
    • Johnson Dwelling

    • dwellings; offices; illustrations
    • Residence and office of Gen. R. Z. Johnson at 535 Idaho Street.
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    • Jonas W. Brown Dwelling

    • dwellings;
    • B/W Illustration; ""Residence of Jonas W. Brown, Grove Street, between Tenth & Eleventh Streets. Boise City, Idaho Territory""
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    • Moore-Cunningham Dwelling

    • dwellings; residential districts; Victorian; architecture
    • Moore-Cunningham Residence located at 1109 Warm Springs.
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    • P62-20-062b

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    • Dwelling Interior of Living room of college student
    • P62-20-063

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    • Dwelling Interior of Living room of college student
    • Russel Dwelling

    • dwellings; orchards; paintings
    • George W. Russell home. 'E. Main Street, Hot Springs Road.' Later the Eli Weston home, 1035 Warm Springs Avenue. Photocopy by Ralph M. Tucker by permission of family. Image of artwork in frame.
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    • Sidebotham, R.A.

    • dwellings
    • B/W illustration of small dwelling, figure in doorway.
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    • Streets, Quartzburg, Idaho

    • Mining; Mining camps; City & town life;
    • Quartzburg street circa 1899. 1. Bill Coughanour dwelling (nephew of Dave); 2. Daly Hotel; 3. Daly Saloon; 4. Wm. Splaine store; 5. "House of Blazes"; 6. Berry dwelling; 7. Wm. Shelly dwelling; 8. "Dick the Fiddler's" dwelling (he played for...
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    • Tate-Gekeler Dwelling

    • dwellings; families
    • Emma Tate (Mrs. John P. Tate) holding Paul. Left to right: John, Philip and DavIdaho. Grace Hammack is on the horse. The house, located on Lincoln Ave., near Iowa Ave. in South Boise (about 3 miles SE of Boise), was torn down in 1918.
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