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    • 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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    • ITD_05211

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    • Perrine Bridge, Twin Falls, U.S. 93.
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    • ITD_09935

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    • Transportation hearing in Twin Falls, Idaho, regarding U.S. 93, Highway 30 exchange.
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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
    • Hay Derrick

    • Agricultural machinery & implements; Farm life; Farm produce; Farmers; Farming; Harvesting machinery; Hay; Haystacks; Hoisting machinery;
    • Hay derrick on the Geo. Wade Ranch, 22 miles west of Twin Falls, Idaho.
    • 73-221-418
    • Shoshone Falls and Buick

    • automobiles; views; waterfalls
    • Shoshone Falls from south Idaho with early model Buick touring car. 'Enjoying life in a Buick.' Front seat: Mr. and Mrs. Lind. Back seat: Mrs. Alot, Linds' two daughters; Helen, left; Lilly, right. Idaho. by Helen Lind Bloomenshine.
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    • Twin Falls, Idaho - Orchestras and Bands

    • Bands; Music; Music ensembles; Musical instruments; Musicians; Cowboy hats; Cowboys; Cowboy boots; Firearms;
    • Snake River Outlaws, a band of the 1920's and early 1930's. George Cox with fiddle, S .T. Wright at microphone. Other three are Lon McFinney and Lee & Leo Craner.
    • 80-90-1-a
    • Twin Falls, Idaho - Orchestras and Bands

    • Bands; Music; Music ensembles; Musical instruments; Musicians; Cowboy hats; Cowboys; Cowboy boots; Firearms;
    • Snake River Outlaws, a band of the 1920's and early 1930's. George Cox with fiddle, S .T. Wright at microphone. Other three are Lon McFinney and Lee & Leo Craner.
    • 80-90-1-b
    • Perrine, I. B.

    • biography; portraits;
    • A Dream that Came True. Hon. I. E. Perrine (1861-1943) Empire Builder. Father of the Twin Falls Tract, by whose effort & vision the waters of the mighty Snake River were lifted & the desert made to blossom like a rose. Mrs. I.B. Perrine dedicated...
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    • Headquarters, Twin Springs Mining Co.

    • Cabins; Log cabins; Log buildings; Flumes; Wells;Women;Children
    • View of the main building at the Twin Springs Mining Co. A flume can be seen snaking along the mountainside in the background. A woman and child sit on the porch looking out on the landscape.
    • 63-119-16-g
    • Celery near Twin Falls

    • celery; farming; farmland
    • Celery, Twin Falls Tract. "'Elmwood.' J. R. Newton, Prop. Celery Raising on Twin Falls Tract. Netted $1000 and acre"
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