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    • Workers construction - ditch

    • Irrigation; Irrigation canals & flumes; Construction; Construction workers;
    • Workers building a cover over a ditch running through a neighborhood. & men are using lumber, iron beams, and hand tools to accomplish the task.
    • Weiser and Payette- Houses (B)

    • Houses; Neighborhoods; Streets; Dwellings; Yards
    • Weiser and Payette, Statesman Anniversary Edition 1939-1940. Payette Post Office. White clapboard house with arched roof detail over the doorway.
    • View of Morning Taken

    • Mills; Ore industry; Panoramic photographs; Mining camps; Yards; Mining
    • View looking over the snow covered valley including the mill and mountainside
    • Twin Springs Mines

    • Mining; Mining equipment; Water supply; Water use; Pipes (Conduits);
    • Siphon tube over the Boise River ca. 1900. Near Twin Springs. The tube carried water that was used for placer mining at Twin Springs.
    • Truck Wreck

    • Automobile driving; Automobile industry; Automobiles; Accidents;Vehicles;Trucks; Tractors
    • A MK truck carrying a Caterpillar breaks through a bridge over a canal on Collister. Spectators (mostly children) crowd the scene.
    • 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...
    • OH2457b_transcript
    • Transcript of interview with Joy Brady and Ginger Brady-Shingler, 02-15-2005

    • Idaho State Capitol (Boise, Idaho). --Governors--Idaho. --Restaurants--Idaho--Boise. --American Legion--Idaho.
    • In their February 15, 2006 interview with Troy Reeves, Joy Brady and her daughter, Ginger Brady-Shingler, offered their stories of the Idaho State Capitol. They discussed the time period from the 1940s to 2006 and addressed the following topics:...
    • OH2465_transcript
    • Transcript of interview with David Bieter, 07-21-2005

    • Idaho State Capitol (Boise, Idaho). --Idaho. Legislature. House. --Bieter family. --Mayors--Idaho--Boise. --Bieter, John Patrick (d.1999).
    • In his interviews with Troy Reeves in July and August 2005, David Bieter, mayor of Boise, offered his memories of the Idaho State Capitol. Bieter spoke of the time period between the 1990s and 2001. In his first interview, Bieter talked about his...
    • OH2463a_transcript
    • Tate, Emma G. papers

    • Gekeler, David, 1839-1927. --Tate, John P., 1870-1911. --Tate family. --Gekeler family. --Frontier and pioneer life-Idaho. --Boise (Idaho)-History-Sources. --Alaska Building (Boise, Idaho)
    • Correspondence (1884-1911) of John P. Tate, Tate's husband and founder of Tate Insurance Agency and philanthropist; Tate and Gekeler families genealogical information; miscellaneous bills, receipts, deeds, etc. Financial records relating to the...
    • MS138
    • Steamboats-Georgie Oakes

    • steamboats;
    • Head of the navigation Coeur d'Alene River.The Northern Pacific steamer ""Georgia Oakes"" in dock at head of navigation on the Coeur d'Alene River near the location of the ""old mission."" The dock being constructed from the hull of the older...
    • Ruby Creek Mine, Palouse, Mines

    • Mine buildings; Mills; Mine railroad cars; Miners; Mining equipment; Ore industry; Vehicles;
    • Ruby Creek Mine near Bovill in Latah County circa 1933. Photo shows mine buildings in fore ground three early 20th Century automobiles are parked in the yard. Two miners are pushing an ore car along the track in the midground of the photo. The...
    • Railroad crossing

    • Railroad crossings; Railroad signals; Billboards; Traffic signs & signals; Vehicles;
    • A close up of a railroad crossing signal. The location looks out over the city of Boise.
    • Pocatello Railroads

    • railroads; industrial engineers; transportation engineers
    • Train is said to be the last narrow gauge train over Utah and Northern into Pocatello.
    • Pioneer Log Cabin (F)

    • Cabins; Houses; Vehicles; Neighborhoods; Wooden buildings;
    • Pioneer log home, Seventh and Grove. The house has a tin roof and has lap siding over the logs. Vintage automobiles are parked next to the street curb.
    • Photographic Society - dark room

    • Photography; Darkrooms; Photographic prints; Photographs; Camera clubs; Clothing & dress; Men;
    • 9 men look over photographs in the dark room of the Photographic Society, Boise, Idaho.
    • Perrine Bridge over Snake River

    • general views; postcards; bridges (built works); river beds;
    • Perrine Bridge over Snake River, near Twin Falls color post card
    • Payette- Schools

    • Schools; Buildings; Educational facilities; Education;
    • Weiser and Payette, Statesman Anniversary Edition 1939-1940. Foreground is Payette Eastside Elementary School (with brick arches above the windows). The next building over in the background is Payette High School.
    • MS281_01536

    • Bridge over Rock Creek on approach road to Rock Creek area. Looking upstream. (Idaho FAP 109-C (2) Neeley-Bonanza Ranch)
    • 11/7/1940
    • MS281_01507

    • Bridge over Minidoka South Side Canal 4+ miles east of Rupert looking east. (Idaho FAP 108-A Rupert-Bonanza Ranch)
    • 9/9/1931


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