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    • Boise High School public school field

    • Sports & recreation facilities;
    • Entrance of the public school field used by Boise High School. Designed in a Spanish style with stucco walls and tile roof, the entry has two ticket windows and ornate iron gate. Located near corner of Broadway and Warm Springs avenues.
    • P62-20-0059
    • Lena B. Eagan papers

    • Public health-Idaho-History-Sources. --Women-Idaho-History-Sources. --Idaho-Politics and government.
    • Correspondence with L.J. Petersen and miscellaneous items relating to Eagan's interest in public and mental health issues. Includes newspaper clippings about Teen Town an organization created to aid juveniles.
    • MS273
    • United States. Bureau of Public Roads records

    • Roads-Design and construction-Idaho-History-Sources. --Roads-Design and construction-Idaho-Photographs. --Coeur d'Alene Indian Reservation (Idaho) --Fort Hall Indian Reservation (Idaho)
    • Records relating to highway construction in Idaho. Includes project history notebooks, maps, traffic reports, information on Coeur d'Alene and Shoshone reservation roads, and approximately ten feet of photographs showing highway construction in all...
    • MS281
    • Idaho Public Employees Credit Union records

    • Credit unions-Idaho-Boise.
    • Board of Directors' minutes of meetings (1962-1963); by-laws (1962); financial and statistical reports (1962-1963); correspondence and memorandum (1962-1963); miscellaneous publications.
    • MS312
    • Idaho public library history collection

    • Public libraries-Idaho-History.
    • Materials collected by the Idaho State Library for an unpublished history of libraries in Idaho. Includes correspondence, photographs, State Library newsletters (1969-1987), and a draft of a brief history of many libraries in Idaho.
    • MS364
    • May L. Scott - Sup't of Public Instruction

    • Women; Education; School superintendents; Government officials; Capitols
    • May L. Scott, taken in her office in the Territorial Capitol while she was Sup't of Public Instruction. Ca. 1905.
    • 73-135-11
    • Arthur L. DeVolder papers

    • DeVolder, Arthur L. --Twin Falls Public Library.
    • Scrapbooks, correspondence, and other records relating to Arthur L. DeVolder's research and career, including his term as director of the Twin Falls Public Library, 1955-1962.
    • ms453
    • Owyhee County school examinations

    • Public schools-Idaho-Owyhee County-Graduation examinations. --Public schools-Idaho-Homedale-Graduation examinations.
    • Standard graduation examination for elementary schools given to children in Owyhee County schools. Examinations are from nine Owyhee County communities, predominately Homedale.
    • MS547
    • Twin Falls County Hospital (Idaho) records

    • Public health-Idaho-Twin Falls.
    • Financial reports and one annual report from the Twin Falls County Health Unit for 1932, discussing public health measures and providing statistics on communicable diseases and mortality.
    • MS560
    • ITD_00291

    • Man pointing at proposed interchange (from Public Information Section).
    • Heyburn State Park - Map

    • Maps; Parks; State parks and reserves;
    • Taken from the 9th Biennial Report of the Department of Public Works (1935-36), page 175. The park was a Civilian Conservation Corps project in the 1930s.
    • Ada County Auditor's Office

    • auditing; auditors; courthouses; offices; interior views; public buildings; people
    • Ada County Courthouse, County Auditor's Office. 1. James Hart2. Andy Robinson 3. (not Identified)4. O. Ellsworth (Judge)
    • Ada County Sheriff's Office 1901

    • public buildings; sheriffs; people; interior views
    • Sheriff's Office. Man standing by desk is Andy Robinson, Deputy Sheriff. Sheriff Joe Daly is seated to the left with his wife and daughters. His wife is Rebecca Daly. Zelma Lee (Flossie) is standing by Mrs. Daly. Alberta Rebecca Daly is standing by...
    • Index of interview with Jim Anderson, 09-24-1999

    • Boise (Idaho)--History. --Schools--Idaho--Boise--History.
    • In his 1999 interview with Troy Reeves, Jim Anderson discusses his career as a music teacher in the Boise public school system in the 1950s and 1960s. He talks about performances at the Capitol, graduations, and Music Week.
    • OH1434


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