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    • War Ration Book Two

    • wars; ration books;
    • A War Ration Book Two issued to Rose Pell. During World War II, food and other goods were in short supply . For instance, canned foods were shipped overseas for the military. Gasoline and tire rationing limited the transportation of fresh foods and...
    • Transcript of interview with Steve Ahrens, 09-13-2006

    • Idaho State Capitol (Boise, Idaho). --Idaho. Legislature. --Newspapers--Idaho--Boise. --Idaho Statesman. --Boise Cascade Corporation. --Politics and government--Idaho.
    • In his two interviews with Troy Reeves and Andrew Farrar (September 2006 and October 2006), Steve Ahrens, a journalist and lobbyist, offered his memories of the Idaho State Capitol between 1975 and 2006. In his first interview, Ahrens focused on...
    • Transcript of interview with Bob Gerdes, 02-09-2006

    • Wildlife--Idaho. --Caldwell (Idaho). --Sculptors--Idaho.
    • In his interview with Troy Reeves in February 2006, Bob Gerdes, the artist and sculptor of some of the art that resides inside the Idaho State Capitol, offered his memories of creating a sundial sculpture for the Capitol. Gerdes also talked about...
    • Thunder Mountain, Idaho

    • Mining camps; Cabins; Dogs;
    • Two couples, and their dogs, in front of a wooden cabin in the Thunder Mountain region. Woman on right is Lenny Charters who later moved to Atlanta and lived for many years.
    • Rudolph Wetter, Inmate Record

    • Prisoners; Mining; Homicides;
    • In Octoberl of 1904, miner Rudolph "Bob" Wetter, was convicted of first degree murder in Idaho County, Idaho, and sentenced to hang. His sentence was soon commuted to life in prison through the efforts of many in the community where he lived. This...
    • Roosevelt and Roosevelt Lake

    • Streams; Mining; Gold mining; Gold rushes
    • Founded late in the fall before the big rush to Thunder Mountain in the beginning of 1902, Roosevelt soon became the leading camp in the new mining district. Thousands of men, having heard that Thunder Mountain was destined to be the biggest gold...
    • Pioneer Log Cabin (B)

    • Cabins; Houses; Vehicles; Neighborhoods; Wooden buildings;
    • Workmen removing the siding from the pioneer home at Seventh and Grove. A great view up Seventh from the corner of Grove. The Capitol is in the back ground. Various businesses line the street including the Ada theater. Many vehicles line the curbs.
    • McBride, C.M. papers

    • Agriculture-Idaho-New Plymouth-History-Sources. --Physicians-Idaho-New Plymouth-History-Sources. --New Plymouth (Idaho)-History-Sources.
    • Family records inluding land and water titles, scrapbooks, and memorabilia; records relating to the founding of New Plymouth, Idaho; articles of incorporation for the Payette Valley Irrigation and Water Power Compay (1892); by-laws and minutes of...
    • 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...
    • Julius W. Brose papers

    • Women-Idaho-Pocatello-Societies and clubs. --Women-Idaho-Emmett-Societies and clubs. --Yearbooks-Idaho. --Boise (Idaho)-History-Sources. --Kuna (Idaho)-History-Sources.
    • Correspondence; autobiography; photographs; picture postcards of many Boise, Idaho, scenes; yearbooks of the Kuna (Idaho) Improvement Club (1920-1939), the Women's Betterment Club (Emmett, Idaho), and the Women's Study League (Pocatello, Idaho);...
    • J. Neilson Barry

    • Fur trade - Pacific Northwest. Idaho-History-To 1859. Trade routes - Pacific Northwest.
    • Material consists of correspondence with Idaho State Historical Society officials Gertrude McDevitt, H. J. Sweeney and Merle Wells from 1932-1959 regarding Idaho territorial history, Pacific Northwest fur trade routes. The correspondence includes...
    • Index of interview with Steve Ahrens, 09-13-2006

    • Idaho State Capitol (Boise, Idaho). --Idaho. Legislature. --Newspapers--Idaho--Boise. --Idaho Statesman. --Boise Cascade Corporation. --Politics and government--Idaho.
    • In his two interviews with Troy Reeves and Andrew Farrar (September and October 2006), Steve Ahrens, a journalist and lobbyist, offered his memories of the Idaho State Capitol between 1975 and 2006. In his first interview, Ahrens focused on his...

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