1911 class play, "The Rivals." Left to right: James Pack, Loretta Downs, Genevieve Meacham, Lawrence Stone, Peninah Newlin, Cyril Prouty, Reno Numbers, Rupert Shaw, Lyle Rowell, Alan McDougall, Norris Fritchman, Gertrude Denecke.
"James P. Rains was killed and burned in this cabin by the Sheepeater Indians. The chimney still stands. This incident occurred in September, 1879 about 2 miles above Mackay Bar on the south fork of the Salmon River, 116 miles from Grangeville."
Buildings; Cityscapes; Collages; Brickwork; Stone buildings;
A group of Boise buildings arranged in a collage. This work appears in a pamphlet entitled "A Glimpse of Idaho---Sportsmen's Paradise". Also included are pictures of fish and game available to sportsmen in Idaho.
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...
At far left is Webster Dorsey, 2nd from left is John Sparks, others Unidentified. John Chappel Sparks lived in Stone, Idaho (near Snowville). Born Dec. 8, 1838 in Birmingham, England; Died July 17, 1921; buried in Stone, Idaho.
copies (museum) pioneer pictures for 50 year Special Edition, 4/18/1940. Drawing of Stone storage building in fore ground, river and canyon mid ground and mountain range in the back ground. Desert Stage Station.