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    • Moses Alexander papers

    • Alexander, Moses, 1853-1932. --Boise (Idaho). Mayor. --Idaho. Governor (1915-1918 : Alexander) --Idaho-Politics and government-History-Sources. --Boise (Idaho)-History-Sources.
    • Scrapbooks relating to Alexander's terms as mayor of Boise, Idaho (1897-1899) and as governor of Idaho (1915-1918); reports of activities of state departments and institutions (1917-1918); and legal briefs, reports, and memorabilia. Several...
    • Ernest George Eagleson Papers

    • Idaho. Surveyor-General. Records and correspondence. Boise (Idaho). Mayor. Irrigation districts-Idaho-History-Sources. Boise (Idaho)-Politics and government-History-Sources.
    • Letterpress book (1902-1908) relating to the office of the U.S. surveyor general for Idaho; scrapbook and other records relating to mayoral terms, Boise, Idaho; correspondence, subject files and other materials relating to irrigation districts and...
    • Martin, Frank papers

    • Horsley, Albert E., 1866-1954. --Corcoran, Paul. --Lawyers-Idaho-Boise-Records and correspondence. --Mines and mineral resources-Idaho-More's Creek. --Irrigation districts-Idaho-Mountain Home-History-Sources.
    • Correspondence, legal documents, and subject files. Correspondence with William E. Borah and D.W. Davis about a government pardon for Harry Orchard; minutes of the Associated Distributing Company (Boise, Idaho); motion for pardon of Paul Corcoran...
    • Mike Silva papers

    • Boise Cascade Corporation. --Journalists-Idaho-Boise-Records and correspondence. --Idaho-Politics and government-History-Sources. --Boise (Idaho)-History-Sources.
    • Personal and family papers (1968-1973); correspondence, reference material, and drafts of articles for Life Magazine, Careers Today, Playboy, Chicagoland, and Encyclopedia Britannica (1963-1968); business correspondence, reports and project studies...
    • Representative Gracie Pfost

    • Politicians; Political parties; Women; Government officials;
    • Gracie Pfost was Idaho's first woman Representative to the United States Congress. She served 5 terms and was a member of the Democrat Party.

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