Grace Gallet had to wait in New York City to get her passport in 1919. After she received her passport, she had to remain in New York for at least 5 more days before she could travel. (Grace Gallet was born on May 23, 1893 in Pocatello, Idaho....
A railroad publication describing how to get to Idaho Falls and what one will find there. Pictures of the town and surrounding area are featured. Timetables, passenger fares and freight rates are listed from major U.S. cities.
Frontier and pioneer life-Idaho-Middleton. --Boise (Idaho)-History-Sources. --Middleton (Idaho)-History-Sources. --United States-Description and travel.
Journal of an automobile trip from Boise to Baltimore, Maryland, and return (1915-1916); student sketch book of maps, photographs, membership card for a "Pioneer of Idaho Territory," and a postcard (1876), to S.G. Langmaid, Middleton, Idaho.
Limbert, Robert W., 1885-1933. --Archaeological expeditions-Idaho. --Idaho-Description and travel.
Two field notebooks and related papers. One notebook contains brief narrative accounts of field trips to areas around Boise, including the Payette and Snake River canyons. Robert Limbert was a participant on some of these expeditions.
This booklet is 32 pages of photos and articles promoting the opportunities available to persons interested in moving to the Richfield and Dietrich area of Idaho. Views include farms crops, new buildings, civic groups, irrigation, and settlers.
View of a fruit and sheep ranch on the banks of the Snake River, near Twin Falls. A 64-page booklet of information including: pictures, tables of agricultural production, weather, and opportunities in the Twin Falls Region.