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    • Elm Trees

    • Trees; Tree limbs; Streets; Neighborhoods; Automobiles; Dwellings;
    • An elm tree in a Boise neighborhood.
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    • Camp Avery, Idaho - Dark Room

    • Camps; Photography; Men; Darkrooms; Cedar trees;
    • Hollow red cedar tree used by Charlie Poxleitner in the 1930s. His students were members of the Civilian Conservation Corps working near Avery, Idaho.
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    • ITD_03909

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    • Highway Department Picnic, Municipal Park, Boise, Idaho �(left)Harry Turner, (in front of tree serving) Barbara West, (background facing camera )Dean Tesdale
    • 8/21/1955
    • Lookout Trail

    • Men; Forest; Logging
    • Tree and rock on lookout trail, head of Beaver Creek
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    • American Basque Fraternity, Boise (Idaho)

    • Fraternal organizations; Ethnic groups
    • Hand-drawn logo with the Basque flag as background and a tree in the center, submitted as part of the trademark registration process with the Idaho Secretary of State.
    • AR3Box1Folder916
    • Emmett cherry blossoms

    • Celebrations; Cherry orchards; Cherry trees; Women;
    • Two girls pose amidst the blossoms in a cherry tree. A very artistic print.
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    • Transcript of interview with Cecil Andrus, 08-18-2005

    • Governors--Idaho. --Education--Idaho. --United States. Dept. of the Interior--Officials and employees. --Idaho State Capitol (Boise, Idaho). --Andrus, Cecil D., 1931-.
    • In his interview with Claire Steven in August 2005, former Idaho Governor Cecil Andrus offered his memories of the Idaho State Capitol and his work as governor, state legislator, and U.S. Secretary of Interior. He was in the State Senate from 1961...
    • OH2459_transcript
    • Index of interview with Cecil Andrus, 08-18-2005

    • Governors--Idaho. --Education--Idaho. --United States. Dept. of the Interior--Officials and employees. --Idaho State Capitol (Boise, Idaho). --Andrus, Cecil D., 1931-.
    • In his interview with Claire Steven in August 2005, former Idaho Governor Cecil Andrus offered his memories of the Idaho State Capitol and his work as governor, state legislator, and U.S. Secretary of Interior. He was in the State Senate from 1961...
    • OH2459_index
    • Fort Hall Indian Encampment

    • Camps; Camping; Indian encampments; Indian reservations; Tipis;
    • Two boys sit by a creek in the foreground. Indian tipis are located in the background. A large group of people are gathered under a pavilion covered with tree branches in the middle distance.
    • 1036-3-a
    • 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
    • Trees - White Pine King

    • Pines; Trees;
    • The White Pine King was the largest Idaho White pine tree known to have been grown in Idaho of which record is available, height 207 feet, diameter 6 feet 9 inches.
    • 78-37-158
    • Julia Davis Park

    • Parks; Trees; Autumn;
    • View of a tree lined lane in Julia Davis Park, Boise, Idaho.
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    • Company 1645 - Logging

    • Forestry; Saws; Men; Lumber industry;
    • Stojak and Baltikauskas sawing down a tree at Camp Brown Creek, Idaho.
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    • Boise Junior College (C)

    • Universities & colleges; Buildings; Streets; Vehicles;
    • Start of first term. A view of the new building at Boise Junior College. The building is located at the end of a tree lined street.
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    • Drue Hughes Ranch

    • Ranches; Mountains; Valleys; Barns; Sheds; Scenic overlooks;
    • A great view of a ranch sitting in a valley at the base of tree covered mountains.
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    • Views, Stibnite, Idaho

    • Mining; Mining equipment; Mills; Mine buildings; Ore industry; Wooden buildings; Vehicles;
    • Stibnite, Idaho views of mine buildings against the backdrop of snow and tree covered mountains.
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    • Pierce Idaho Streets

    • streets; towns
    • The fir tree in the middle of the street near the flagpole is the one on which several Chinese were hanged until near death and until they confessed which one killed Frasier. The guilty were later hanged.
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