Leon D. Cuddeback and a Swallow biplane of the type he flew on April 6, 1926 on a maiden flight from Pasco, Washington to Boise, Idaho. The flight for Varney Air Lines launched permanent scheduled air service in this country.
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.
Two year old Andrew Kelly whose best friends are the Life Lines (he's had 14 pints of blood) looks displeased at his guests, Sister Alma Dolores of Street Alphonsus Hospital; Mrs. Carrol Hardy (center) and Mrs. Jack Numbers.
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.
One photocopy of Smith's 1908 original diary with a typed transcript. The diary was written on a prospecting trip in Northern Idaho and Montana from July to November 1908. Robert Bush Smith was born on a farm in Big Flats, New York in 1882. As a...
Relief shown by contour lines. Shows geologic minerals for the area surrounding De Lamar, Dewey, and Silver City. Includes Florida Mountain, Black Jack and War Eagle Mountain. Includes minerals granite, basalt, gold, silver, etc. Includes legend....