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    • Idaho State Federation of Labor records

    • Trade-unions-Idaho-Records and correspondence. --Trade-unions-Construction workers-Idaho-Records and correspondence. --Trade-unions-Metal-workers-Idaho-Records and correspondence.
    • Correspondence, minutes, business records, reports, dues records, agreements, subject files, and memorabilia of the Idaho State Federation of Labor (1938-1959); Boise Building and Construction Trades Council (1939-1964); Boise Central Trades and...
    • MS392


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    • Idaho State Penitentiary
    • Idaho State Pen trustees pitch wheat into threshing machines on the 1,000 acre prize farm in 1915. John W. Snook, was on of the nation's first wardens to use farm labor in an attempt to rehabilitate prisoners
    • Untitled-4
    • DG-14 - Hay Hauling

    • Hay; Trucks; Labor supply; Agriculture
    • DG-14 loading trucks for emergency hay hauling to stranded sheep.
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    • George Brumm papers

    • Gem Worker. --Pocatello (Idaho)-Newspapers. --Boise (Idaho)-History-Sources. --Pocatello (Idaho)-History-Sources.
    • Correspondence relating to Brumm and his wife, Sarah; household bills and receipts of the Brumm family; correspondence and financial records of John Alden, son-in-law; and miscellaneous papers concerning the Gem Worker, a Pocatello-based labor...
    • MS333
    • Israel B. Cowen Papers

    • Chinese Americans-Idaho-Shoshone County-History-Sources. Mining corporations-Idaho-History-Sources. Mines and mineral resources-Idaho-History-Sources. Strikes and lockouts-Miners-Idaho-Mullen-History-Sources. Strikes and...
    • Personal and business correspondence; and other papers, including material relating to the execution of several Chinese in Shoshone County in 1885 and papers concerning labor disturbances in Mullan and Gem, Idaho.
    • MS115
    • Migrant Labor - Floats

    • Celebrations; Floats (Parades); Ethnic groups; Pluralism (Social sciences);
    • Men and women dressed in costumes are riding on a float celebrating heritage.
    • 76-102-63
    • New York Canal

    • Canals; Irrigation; Irrigation canals & flumes; Construction equipment; Construction industry; Carts & wagons; Horse teams; Horses; Labor supply; Laborers;
    • Boise irrigation project constructing the New York Canal. This view shows horse teams bringing concrete to the site. Workmen are filling and leveling the poured cement.
    • 60-77-1
    • ITD_06271

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    • Hand labor was predominate in the earlier days.
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