Dick, Henry P. --Pocatello (Idaho)-Commerce-History-Sources. --Boise (Idaho)-Commerce-History-Sources.
Bank statements and account books for the Second Avenue Junk Company, Pocatello, Idaho; bank statements of Reeves Wholesale Company, Boise, Idaho; census marshal's reports for Ada County (Idaho) School District No. 12 (1938-1945); and cards and...
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...
Proclamations; Governors; Militias; Military officers; Military mobilizations; War; Indigenous peoples;
Executive Department, General Order No. 1., issued 6-19-1877 to organize Companies and Regiments of volunteers to restore peace in the Territory. Governor Brayman, Commander in Chief. E. J. Curtis, Secretary and Adjutant-General.
Football Team amde up of local flag football players, 2 probation officers and 2 public defenders challenged prison inmates. Challengers borrowed uniforms from Bishop Kelly and won in overtime, 12 to 6. Ivan Strand, no. 52, right tackle.