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    • Marian Munro Frahm papers

    • World War, 1914-1918-Idaho. --Education-Finance-Idaho. --Elections-Idaho-1938. --Idaho-Politics and government-History-Sources. --Boise (Idaho)-History-Sources. --Caldwell (Idaho)-History-Sources.
    • Scrapbook relating to an audit of the Idaho State Highway Bureau (1932-1936) and the 1938 general election; correspondence of Daniel Fitch Banks (1878-1955) relating to World War I, and items relating to his position as Idaho State Treasurer...
    • MS41
    • Men of Stibnite

    • towns; biographies; mining
    • Left to right: Lowell Bane, equipment supt.; Harold Bailey, manager; Tony Mecia, mining engineer; Emmons Coleman, electrical engineer; Robert McRae, geologist & mining engineer; Walter Nelson, accountant; Unidentified; James Bradley, owner; Tom...
    • The Rivals

    • theater; theater programs;
    • 1911 class play, "The Rivals." Left to right: James Pack, Loretta Downs, Genevieve Meacham, Lawrence Stone, Peninah Newlin, Cyril Prouty, Reno Numbers, Rupert Shaw, Lyle Rowell, Alan McDougall, Norris Fritchman, Gertrude Denecke.
    • Telegram Sent August 17, 1878

    • telegrams; Native American; military personnel;
    • Telegram from Col. George Shoup to James Glendenning regarding the standoff between the settlers and Native Americans.
    • James H. Hawley, Jr. papers

    • Taylor, Glen Hearst, 1904- --Miller, Bert H. --Idaho-Politics and government-History-Sources.
    • Papers concerning the activities of Hawley's father James Henry Hawley (1890-1988) as a member of the Borah Memorial Statue Commission; correspondence between father and son (1949) concerning senators Bert H. Miller and Glen H. Taylor; and other...
    • MS337
    • Shoup, George Laird papers

    • Shoup, George Laird, 1836-1904. --General stores-Idaho-Salmon-History-Sources. --Indians of North America-Wars-1862-1865. --Massacres-Idaho-Birch Creek. --Frontier and pioneer life-Idaho. --Idaho-Politics and government-History-Sources.
    • A miscellaneous assortment of material from Shoup's varied career as Idaho territorial legislator, territorial and later state governor, and U.S. senator. Included is a copy of a diary kept during Shoup's military campaigns in Colorado, New Mexico...
    • MS85
    • John E. Rees (1868-1928) Papers

    • Sacagawea, 1787-1884. Western state names of Indian origin: Idaho Gem of the Mountains. Shoshoni contribution to the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Notes on Old Fort Lemhi. Arapaho massacre told in petroglyphs. Shoshoni Indians-History. Indians of...
    • Correspondence and notes relating to Idaho's Native American history; manuscript copies of "Western State Names of Indian Origin: Idaho Gem of the Mountains," "The Shoshoni Contribution to the Lewis and Clark Expedition," "Notes on Old Fort Lemhi,"...
    • MS21
    • James A. Bondurant papers

    • Reclamation of land-Idaho. --Soil conservation-Idaho.
    • Reports relating to reclamation and soil conservation in Idaho, collected by the Snake River Conservation Research Center, Twin Falls, Idaho.
    • MS480
    • James S. Clark, Inmate record

    • Prisoners; Mining;
    • Miner James S. Clark was convicted in Ada County, Idaho, for posting an obscene letter and sentenced to 18 months in the state penitentiary. This file contains a description of the prisoner.
    • James Henry Hawley papers

    • Pettibone, George A.-Trials, litigation, etc. --Moyer, Charles H.-Trials, litigation, etc. --Steunenberg, Frank, 1861-1905-Assassination. --Haywood, Big Bill, 1869-1928-Trials, litigation, etc. --Western Federation of Miners-History-Sources....
    • Correspondence relating to Hawley's law practice, including letters pertaining to the conspiracy trials of officers of the Western Federation of Miners for crimes associated with the dynamiting of the Bunker Hill and Sullivan concentrator at...
    • MS48
    • Chief Joseph With Alice Fletcher

    • Native Americans; Indian reservations
    • Chief Joseph with Alice Fletcher, government alloting agent, when the Nez Perce Reservation was thrown open. James Stewart kneeling.
    • C.H. Lingenfelter papers

    • National Council of Mothers. --Idaho-Politics and government-History-Sources.
    • Correspondence (1902-1912); scrapbook and other material relating primarily to Lingenfelter as U.S. Attorney for Idaho. Correspondents include Frank R. Gooding, William E. Borah, W.B. Heyburn and James F. Ailshie. Additional materials relate to...
    • MS63
    • Peacock Mine, Seven Devils, Mines

    • mining; miners; people
    • The John L. Thompson cabin near the Peacock Mine in the Seven Devils Mining District in Adams County, Idaho. Standing in front of the cabin are: Benj Thaw, Thompson (in the doorway), Pearl James, Elizabeth David. Seated: Anna James, Ray Boggs
    • interview (from Oral History Collection) with Clint Whitney

    • Mining; Gold mining
    • In his interview conducted September 17, 2003 with James Besleme, Clint Whitney detailed his two-year employment as a laborer on the White Knob Mine Hill in Mackay, Idaho from 1929 through 1930. Whitney discussed working conditions, mine technology...
    • Samuel James Dunlap papers

    • Mines and mineral resources-Idaho-Thunder Mountain-History-Sources. --Thunder Mountain (Idaho)-History-Sources. --Thunder Mountain Mining District (Idaho)-History-Sources. -
    • Correspondence, articles of incorporation, and stock certificates relating to the Thunder Mountain Gold Mining Company and the Home Mining and Milling Company, Ltd., companies served as Dunlap as director. Also included are receipts from S.J....
    • MS366
    • Trade Dollar Consolidated Mining and Milling Company records

    • Mines and mineral resources-Idaho-Owyhee County-History-Sources. --Mining corporations-Idaho-Owyhee County-Records.
    • Correspondence between Thomas B. McKaig, secretary-treasurer; Frederick Irwin, general manager; James Hutchinson, superintendent; and Leo A. Philips, superintendent of Electrical Department. Also included is general business correspondence...
    • MS69
    • Drilling Contests, Warren, Idaho

    • Miners; Mining camps; Recreation; Contests;
    • Drilling contest in 1922 in Warren, Idaho. standing: L-R 1. Unknown, 2. Theodore Mauresburger, 3. Joe Powell, 4. Mannering, 5. Jack Murphy, 6. Austin James (owned freight line & drove from Salt Lake to Boise), 7. Harvey Smith, 8. Unknown, 9. Jess...
    • Miners 1

    • Miners; Mining
    • Man in center, wearing vest, and white shirt, is John McNish. He was an Emmett pioneer of the 1880's. An Idaho Statesman article, dated February 3rd, 1957 states that "the picture was taken at the Gold Hill mine in Quartzburg in 1885. While these...


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