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    • 4th of July Celebration

    • Celebrations; Children; Clothing & dress; Holidays; Mining camps;
    • Boys and girls posed with American flags for the 4th of July at Quartzburg, Idaho, 4/7/1915. A cabin, shed, and mine tailings pile are in the background.
    • 79-66-45
    • 4th of July Parade

    • parades; towns; holidays
    • 4th of July parade down Main Street in Hailey, headed by Miners' Union.
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    • Ben Willson - Dog Tax Receipt

    • Taxes; Dogs; County government;
    • Dog tax receipt issued to Ben Willson by the Territory of Idaho, Boise County, July 28, 1867.
    • MS2Folder888
    • Buildings, Silver City, Idaho

    • Mining; Mining camps; Storehouses; Stone buildings;
    • "First Powder House" First on right hand side as you leave Silver City, July 19, 1975.
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    • Charlie Sell's Dance Hall

    • dance; dancers; dance halls; men; women; children;
    • People pose for a picture on July 4, 1914 at Charlie Sell's Dance Hall.
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    • Cowboys

    • cowboys; men; boys
    • At far left is Webster Dorsey, 2nd from left is John Sparks, others Unidentified. John Chappel Sparks lived in Stone, Idaho (near Snowville). Born Dec. 8, 1838 in Birmingham, England; Died July 17, 1921; buried in Stone, Idaho.
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    • Creation of the State of Idaho

    • states; state governments; state government records;
    • This is the offical document creating the State of Idaho on July 3, 1890.
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    • Elks Parade

    • parades; associations; group portraits
    • Elks Lodge group. 4th of July parade.
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    • Ella Frances Knox Parrish papers

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    • 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.
    • MS47
    • Fire Ruins

    • fires; buildings; ruins; towns
    • Ruins after July 2, 1889 fire in Hailey.
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    • Fort Hall, Idaho Views

    • missionaries; Christian clergy;
    • Grove where Rev. Jason Lee preached the first Protestant sermon delivered west of the Rocky Mountains, July 27, 1834. Fort Hall, Idaho
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    • Holidays De Lamar, Idaho

    • Women; Mining camps; Woodcutting; Festivals; Fourth of July celebrations;
    • 4th of July celebration, bucksaw contest, note woman sawing. American flags displayed in background on buildings.
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    • Idaho Schools, Quartzburg, ID

    • Mining; School children; Schools;
    • School house, children, and adults, Quartzburg school on July 4, 1890. Includes image of Maggie (Zimmer) Gunderson as a child.
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    • Index of interview with David Bieter, 07-21-2005

    • Idaho State Capitol (Boise, Idaho). --Idaho. Legislature. House. --Bieter family. --Mayors--Idaho--Boise. --Bieter, John Patrick (d.1999).
    • In his interviews with Troy Reeves in July and August 2005, David Bieter, mayor of Boise, offered his memories of the Idaho State Capitol. Bieter spoke of the time period between the 1990s and 2001. In his first interview, Bieter talked about his...
    • OH2463a_index
    • Index of interview with David Bieter, 08-18-2005

    • Idaho State Capitol (Boise, Idaho). --Idaho. Legislature. House. --Bieter family. --Mayors--Idaho--Boise. --Bieter, John Patrick (d.1999).
    • In his interviews with Troy Reeves in July and August 2005, David Bieter, mayor of Boise, offered his memories of the Idaho State Capitol. Bieter spoke of the time period between the 1990s and 2001. In his second interview, Bieter discussed his...
    • OH2463b_index

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