Celebrations; Mining; Mining camps; Miners; Westward movement; Women; Wooden buildings; City & town life; Streets;
100-yard foot race on main street in De Lamar, Idaho. Bunkhouse on right. Townspeople line the both sides of the street. Wooden buildings and sidewalks are clearly shown. The track is marked by white lines in the left forground.
"All dead tired the day after the ball." Standing, l. to R.: Mrs. Mary Noble, Mrs. Anna Sonna Smalley (?). Seated, l. to R.: Maude Horrie Northrop, Mrs. Purington, Mrs. M. Horrie Lyon. On floor: Harriet F. Harris.
Parades & processions; Celebrations; City & town life; Musical instruments; Musicians;
A band marches down Main Street in front of spectators and businesses including the Postal Telegraph, Williams Photo Service, Savoy Hotel, Coney Island, Casino Bar, Grand Hotel, Owyhee Hotel, and others. State Fair & Rodeo Parade.
mining; education; families; gold; history; livestock; country life; dogs;
A first person account of two daughters being raised in Idaho City from 1930 - 1943. They moved to Spanish Creek area in 1934 and wintered in Caldwell. The father was a gold miner. Describes his activities sluicing and panning gold. Describes their...