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    • Boise Basin Quilters' Quilt Inventory

    • quilts
    • The Collection includes a history sheet (or sheets) for each quilt along with an image of the quilt. There are also three boxes of slides that feature several photographs of each quilt.
    • MS833
    • P62-20-132a

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    • "Montour, ID proposal for hot springs"
    • "Wayland & Fennell,arch"
    • Illustration of Boise City 1

    • Etchings; hot springs; hotels; views;
    • Black and White illustration of Boise City and Valley, view from Fort Boise. From: Strahorn. Robert E. Small circles displaying The Resources and Attractions of Idaho Territory
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    • ITD_00691

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    • Buildings: Soda Springs maintenance building.
    • 7/19/1978
    • Civilian Conservation Corps (A)

    • Trucks; Automobiles; Government employees; Administrative agencies;
    • Civilian Conservation Corps Company 1306 on the move from Boise to Camp Osbourne Springs (F-ninety-four)
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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
    • ITD_06017

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    • Ferries were popular in the old days. This one over the Snake River near Thousand Springs near Twin Falls, Idaho is transporting a horse and rider and an automobile.
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    • Russell Residence

    • dwellings; illustrations
    • G. W. Russel, 'East Boise Ave.' 1035 Warm Springs Avenue.
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    • Russell, G.W.

    • dwellings
    • G.W. Russell, ""East Boise Ave."" (1035 Warm Springs Avenue) w/ insert: ""Sawmill of M.H. Goodwin, 1 3/4 miles from Boise City""
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    • Russel Dwelling

    • dwellings; orchards; paintings
    • George W. Russell home. 'E. Main Street, Hot Springs Road.' Later the Eli Weston home, 1035 Warm Springs Avenue. Photocopy by Ralph M. Tucker by permission of family. Image of artwork in frame.
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    • Twin Springs, Mines 1

    • Miners; Mining equipment; Hydraulic mining; Mining
    • Hydraulic placer mining on the Boise River near Twin Springs in Elmore County, Idaho. Photo shows a miner operating a hydraulic giant on a hillside while another miner is inspecting the runoff in the ground sluice below.
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    • Petroglyphs and Pictographs

    • petroglyphs; Native American; rock art; rock; rock paintings;
    • Indian Rock at Hot Springs Enterprise on Snake River Rock about 12 ft. square - oval shape
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    • ITD_06034

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    • Lava Hot Springs, Idaho looking west.
    • 9/5/1947
    • Street Railroads 18

    • street-railroads; railroads; tracks
    • Laying tracks on Warm Springs Avenue, 700 block. Machinery visible is a concrete mixer.
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    • Street Railroads 19

    • street-railroads; railroads; tracks
    • Laying tracks on Warm Springs Avenue, 700 block. Machinery visible is a concrete mixer. Building in background is Children's Home.
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