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    • C.H. Lingenfelter papers

    • National Council of Mothers. --Idaho-Politics and government-History-Sources.
    • Correspondence (1902-1912); scrapbook and other material relating primarily to Lingenfelter as U.S. Attorney for Idaho. Correspondents include Frank R. Gooding, William E. Borah, W.B. Heyburn and James F. Ailshie. Additional materials relate to...
    • Guards#7

    • Idaho State Penitentiary
    • Mark M. Maxwell Vice Chairman State Board of Corrections Director of Rehabilitation; Louis Sabala Superintendent of Prison Industries; Robert S. Day Superintendent of Construction
    • Guards#8

    • Idaho State Penitentiary
    • Victor Addington Identification Officer; Charles Fadley Censor; Mw. Lavender Turnkey; Robert Rhodes Lieutenant; W.J. Long, JR. Lieutenant; Elmer Shaffer Lieutenant
    • Idaho Statesman Office

    • newspapers; commercial buildings; buildings
    • Idaho Statesman Office on the NW corner of 7th and Idaho. Man standing inside door is Milton Hamilton, man outside is Robert Reynolds.
    • Index of interview with H. Dean Summers, 08-23-2006

    • Idaho State Capitol (Boise, Idaho). --Idaho. Legislature. House. --Idaho. Legislature. Senate. --Governors--Idaho. --Andrus, Cecil D., 1931-. --Smylie, Robert E., 1914- (Robert Ebon). --Boise (Idaho).
    • In his interviews with Troy Reeves in August and September 2006, Dean Summers offered his memories of working in the Idaho State Capitol. Summers served in the Idaho House of Representatives from 1963 to 1966, and in the Idaho Senate from 1967 to...
    • Index of interview with H. Dean Summers, 09-19-2006

    • Idaho State Capitol (Boise, Idaho). --Idaho. Legislature. House. --Idaho. Legislature. Senate. --Governors--Idaho. --Andrus, Cecil D., 1931-. --Smylie, Robert E., 1914- (Robert Ebon). --Boise (Idaho).
    • In his interviews with Troy Reeves in August and September 2006, Dean Summers offered his memories of working in the Idaho State Capitol. Summers served in the Idaho House of Representatives from 1963 to 1966, and in the Idaho Senate from 1967 to...
    • Index of interview with Robert Fick, 10-11-2006

    • Idaho State Capitol (Boise, Idaho). --Boise (Idaho). --Twin Falls (Idaho). --Idaho. Legislature. Senate. --Associated Press. --Idaho. Legislature. Joint Finance--Appropriations Committee.
    • In his interview with Troy Reeves and Joslyn Olnes on October 11, 2006, newspaper reporter Bob Fick talked about his memories of moving to Idaho to cover the political news in the Idaho State Capitol. Fick talked about the period from 1983 to 2006...
    • James H. Hawley Papers

    • Horsley, Albert E., 1866-1954. Gooding, Frank R. (Frank Robert), 1859-1928. Steunenberg, Frank, 1861-1905-Assassination. Haywood, Big Bill, 1869-1928. Moyer, Charles H. defendant. Swain, W. S. McParland, James. Idaho. Governor (1905-1908 : Gooding)
    • The "Pinkerton Papers" involves the investigation of the murder of Governor Steunenberg with the intent of proving the guilt of the leaders of the Western Federation of Miners and covers the period January 1906 - August 1907. Investigative reports...
    • Lincoln Mine, Pearl, Idaho ca. 1909

    • miners; children
    • Lincoln Mine, Pearl, Idaho, ca. 1909. Back row, L-R: 1 Neil Macaskill; 2 Thomas Ryan; 3-4 unknown; 5 Fred Turner, foreman; 6 unknown;7 Charlie Charlton; 8 Big Dan Macaskill; 9 unknown; 10 John Pushman; 11 unknown; 12 George Franklin; 13-14...
    • Men of Stibnite

    • towns; biographies; mining
    • Left to right: Lowell Bane, equipment supt.; Harold Bailey, manager; Tony Mecia, mining engineer; Emmons Coleman, electrical engineer; Robert McRae, geologist & mining engineer; Walter Nelson, accountant; Unidentified; James Bradley, owner; Tom...
    • Mining

    • freight trains; vehicles; mining; transports; boilers; horses;
    • General Robert's boiler in transit from Weiser to Warren, Idaho to be used for dredging in Warren's placer mines. View taken at (Old) Meadows "Racing Park, " 95 miles south of Grangeville

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