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    • Dickerson, Charles C. papers

    • Teachers-Idaho. --Saint Anthony (Idaho)-History-Sources. --Caldwell (Idaho)-History-Sources. --Moscow (Idaho)-History-Sources. --Salmon (Idaho)-History-Sources.
    • Personal correspondence with family members who lived in Massachusetts, family photographs, and miscellaneous notes, pamphlets, and essays by Dickerson.
    • Clarkson, J.R. papers

    • Clarkson family. --Mines and mineral resources-Idaho-Valley County. --Stibnite (Idaho)-History. --Yellowpine (Idaho)-History. --Hi Henry Coal Mine (Idaho) --Horseshoe Bend (Idaho)-History.
    • Materials concerning Clarkson family biography and the Horseshoe Bend (Idaho) townsite and the ambulance company; photographs of family members, the Horseshoe Bend area, the Bradley Mining Company operations in Stibnite and Yellowpine, Idaho, and...
    • W. Paul Tate papers

    • ate, John P., 1870-1911. --Tate, Emma, G. 1873-1962. --Tate, W. Paul. --Tate family. --Triangle Dairy (Boise, Idaho) --Dairying-Idaho-Boise. --Frontier and pioneer life-Idaho-Clearwater River Region. --Boise (Idaho)-Biography-Sources. --Payne's...
    • Tate family history and genealogy, including several narratives about family members and their business, the Triangle Dairy of Boise, Idaho; a description of Payne's Ferry on the Snake River, by W.W. Dawson and an account of pioneering on the...
    • Margaret Cobb Ailshie

    • Haywood, Big Bill, 1869-1928-Trials, litigation, etc. --Dockery, Eva Hunt. --Lyon Company. --Idaho statesman. --Journalists-Idaho-Boise-Records and correspondence.
    • Correspondence and papers of Margaret Cobb Ailshie (1886-1959) and of Fanny Cobb, Lyon Cobb, and Calvin Cobb; also correspondence relating to the Lyon Company, Chicago, Illinois (1895-1929); letters from W.E. Borah; photographs of Boise, of Idaho,...
    • Salmon River Expedition 1

    • rivers; expeditions
    • Members of the National Geographic Society's 1935 Salmon River Expedition. Pilot Unidentified. Men standing (left to right): Philip J. Shenon, Maynard O. Williams, D. Worth Clark, John Reed, Unidentified. Howard Flint, US 75.
    • Byron E. Hyatt papers

    • University of California, Berkeley-Students-History-Sources. --Boise (Idaho)-History-Sources.
    • Personal correspondence, including letters to Hyatt in Boise, Idaho, from his daughter, Madge, a student at the University of California at Berkeley (1917-1919), and letters between other family members.
    • Salmon River Expedition 2

    • rivers; expeditions
    • Members of the National Geographic Society's 1935 Salmon River Expedition. Left to right: Maynard Owen Williams (photographer, chief editor of National Geographic), Philip J. Shenon (U.S. Geological Survey), Howard Flint (U.S. Forest Service, died...
    • Transcript of interview with Steve Ahrens, 10-20-2006

    • 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 second interview, Ahrens discussed further...
    • Company 2527, Camp DG-3 - Insect Control

    • Pest control; Men; Equipment and supplies; Conservation and restoration;
    • Company 2527 members lined up to spray pesticide dust on crickets. Direct contact between insect and dust is the most effective. Early morning hours were safest times to dust for the crews.
    • Cuddy, John, papers

    • Cuddy family. --University of Idaho-Students-History-Sources. --General stores-Idaho-Salubria-History-Sources. --Flour mills-Idaho-Salubria-History-Sources. --Salubria (Idaho)-History-Sources. --Boise (Idaho)-History-Sources.
    • Financial records (1868-1902), of the Cuddy Flour Mill and Mercantile store established in 1868 by Cuddy and Edwin Tyne at Rush Creek, Idaho, and at Salubria, Idaho, in 1874. Also included is correspondence, photographs, newspaper clippings and...

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