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    • Dwellings (Bowen), Silver City, Idaho

    • Interiors; Women; Clothing & dress; Furniture; Lamps; Crystal glass; Mirrors; Art objects; Wallpapers; Clothes chests; Pitchers; Perfumes;
    • Woman identified as Mrs. E.A. (Rose) Bowen arranging her hair in her bedroom. Her back is to the photographer, but her reflection in the mirror also provides a frontal view. The furniture is draped with linens and lined with photographs, crystal...
    • Borah Speech Idanha Hotel

    • vindication; hotels; speeches; people; buildings; streetscapes
    • William E. Borah addressing crowd in front of Idanha Hotel after his vindication. October 2, 1907
    • Boise Life Lines 2

    • associations
    • When Dr. H. E. Dedman (left) and Hank (Arnold L.) Heneke (right) Hillcrest pro, came in off the Country Club golf course, they were signed up to be blood donors by Mrs. D. R. Wooters (center left) and Miss Delphine Aldecoa.
    • Main Street Boise 3

    • streets; streetscapes; commercial buildings
    • W. E. Pierce and Co. tailoring store, cigar store, coal and feed store (J. M. Neil). 10th and Main Streets.
    • Vale, Oregon -Buildings (B)

    • Banks; Lampposts; Architecture; Buildings;
    • Vale, Oregon, Statesman Anniversary Edition. Bank of Malheur and Land Settlement Association, building in downtown Vale. A two story brick and stone structure on a street corner location.
    • Frank J. Kester records

    • Ross, G. Samuel. --Irrigation districts-Idaho-History-Sources. --Mines and mineral resources-Idaho-Pioneerville-History-Sources.
    • Typed transcripts, minutes of meetings, statements and speeches compiled by Frank J. Kester, a court reporter and certified shorthand reporter. Included is a speech by William E. Borah (1935); annual meetings of the Come-Back Mining Company...
    • MS404
    • Idaho City - Buildings (E)

    • Mining camps; Mining; Cities & towns; Bell towers; Wooden buildings;
    • Two story wood building. Wooden tower with bell.
    • Circus, Boise (E)

    • circus performers; circuses & shows; clowns; cosmetics & soap
    • Two male clowns are applying their makeup in front of a mirror.
    • Downtown Parade (E)

    • Cowgirls; Horses; Stores & shops; Parades & processions;
    • Two cowgirls ride past the Hemenway and Moser store. Spectators watch from the upper floor windows while others line the street.
    • Circus (E)

    • circuses & shows; circus performers; clowns
    • Two clowns dressed as hobos pose for a picture. Laundry hangs from the line in the back ground.
    • New Airport Whitney Bench (E)

    • Airports; Construction; Construction equipment; Construction workers; Tractors
    • Tractors and earth movers being used to build the runway.
    • General Cartee Home

    • Dwellings; Carriages & coaches; Trees; Shrubs; Streets; Fences; Horses; Horse teams; Gardens; Arbors (Bowers);
    • This is a copy of a drawing titled "Home Villa of General Lafayette E. Cartee. Corner of Fourth and Grove Streets. Boise City, I. T." depicting a mansion with horse and buggy passing by during the time of the Idaho Territory (pre-1890).
    • L.H. Cox and Company, Records

    • Boise, Idaho; real estate; insurance
    • This collection contains correspondence and financial records of this Boise real estate and insurance company. Also included are papers concerning the estate of L. H. Cox and records of Emma J. Cox.
    • MS109
    • Frank Forrester Church

    • Politicians-Idaho-History-Sources.
    • The collection contains correspondence, a portion of which is written to F. F. Church's son, Albert, while he attended the United States Naval Academy at Annapolis, Maryland.
    • MS104
    • Graham, Idaho (E)

    • ghost towns; mills; mining; mining camps; mining equipment
    • The caved in remains of a cabin on the townsite of Graham, Idaho.
    • James H. Hawley Papers

    • Horsley, Albert E., 1866-1954. Gooding, Frank R. (Frank Robert), 1859-1928. Steunenberg, Frank, 1861-1905-Assassination. Haywood, Big Bill, 1869-1928. Moyer, Charles H. defendant. Swain, W. S. McParland, James. Idaho. Governor (1905-1908 : Gooding)
    • The "Pinkerton Papers" involves the investigation of the murder of Governor Steunenberg with the intent of proving the guilt of the leaders of the Western Federation of Miners and covers the period January 1906 - August 1907. Investigative reports...
    • MS12


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