"All dead tired the day after the ball." Standing, l. to R.: Mrs. Mary Noble, Mrs. Anna Sonna Smalley (?). Seated, l. to R.: Maude Horrie Northrop, Mrs. Purington, Mrs. M. Horrie Lyon. On floor: Harriet F. Harris.
Churches; Cities & towns; City & town life; Cityscapes; Cityscape photographs; Social & civic facilities; Stone buildings; Storefronts; Stores & shops; Streets; Architecture;
A panoramic view of a main business district in Boise, Idaho, 1900. Businesses including Zee Tai Chung Co, selling Chinese goods, at 904 W. Idaho. The building is the same as the Pacific Hotel run by George B. Smith. The background scene is...
Census tabulations for the Idaho Territory (1870). Includes schedules 1 through 5: inhabitants; persons who died during the year ending June 1, 1870; productions of agriculture; products of industry;and social statistics.
Citizens at a lawn social taken in Horace Noble's yard in 1900. Six-year-old Vallie (Noble) with her doll and buggy. Wall on left is the Noble Hotel Annex. Two-story building is Moody Hall. The smaller building is the Schneider Butcher Shop. A list...
Neighbors of Woodcraft. --Woman's Relief Corps. --Daughters of Rebekah (Idaho) --Women-Idaho-Boise-Societies and clubs. --Julia Davis Park (Boise, Idaho)
Correspondence, scrapbooks, and memorabilia relating to the activities of Ella Mae D'Amant as a member of Neighbors of Woodcraft, the Rebekahs, Women's Relief Corps, and other social and civic organizations.
In her 1999 interview with Troy Reeves, Elizabeth "Bitsy" Quinn discusses her time at Boise High School and her life in Boise, Idaho in the 1940s and 1950s. She talks about the social aspects of being in high school at that time and going to...
Women-Idaho-Boise-Societies and clubs. --Japanese Americans-Idaho-Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945. --Social welfare-Idaho. --Minidoka Relocation Center (Idaho)-History-Sources.
Minutes, correspondence, committee records, club records, scrapbooks, photographs, and memorabilia. Activities documented in the collection include work at the Hunt Relocation Camp, the Women's Center, the Y-Teen, and Day-Care.