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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
    • Graham, Idaho (B)

    • ghost towns; mills; mining; mining camps; mining equipment
    • A log cabin in the Graham, Idaho ghost town in Boise County. The construction technique used is clearly visible in the decaying structure.
    • War Ration Book Two

    • wars; ration books;
    • A War Ration Book Two issued to Rose Pell. During World War II, food and other goods were in short supply . For instance, canned foods were shipped overseas for the military. Gasoline and tire rationing limited the transportation of fresh foods and...
    • War Ration Book Two Point Explanation

    • wars; ration books;
    • An article from the newspaper that helped to explain the point system. During World War II, food and other goods were in short supply . For instance, canned foods were shipped overseas for the military. Gasoline and tire rationing limited the...
    • Pioneer buildings, Idaho City (I)

    • Houses; Buildings; Automobiles; Stores & shops; Brickwork; Streets
    • An early brick building being used as the Corner Cigar Store on a street in Idaho City.
    • First Mail Plane

    • men; horses; airplanes; business aircraft;
    • An old fashioned stage coach once used to deliver mail from Spokane to Pasco pulls up at the air terminal in Pasco. The nostalgic appearance of the stage coach helped lend a festive air to the early morning departure of Varney Air Lines first...

    • Idaho State Penitentiary
    • Area behind 4 and 5 houses. The buckets were used as toilets in 1 and 2 houses, emptied and washed each morning. The open toilets were used year round, and faced the guard in tower 4.
    • p1984-15-11
    • Ball Mill, Bradley Mine, Stibinite, Mines

    • Mining; Mining equipment; Mine buildings; Mills; Ore industry; Wooden buildings;
    • Ball mill at the Bradley Mine mill at Stibnite in Valley County, Idaho circa 1940. This photo gives a close up view of the ball mills which are used to crush ore. The opening and trough where crushed ore exits the mill is clearly shown in the...
    • Bedground (a)

    • View; Forest
    • Bed ground used some ten nights in 1912
    • Bedground (b)

    • View; Forest
    • Bedground used one night by experimental band
    • McCall - Payette Lake- Sawmill

    • Sawmills; Lumber industry; Automobiles; Trucks; Wooden buildings; Carts & wagons;
    • Brown Sawmill featuring the large tipi burner used to dispose of sawdust. Trucks, cars, and horse drawn wagons line the yard. Multiple buildings make up the mill.

    • Idaho State Penitentiary
    • Captain Mel Howard, I.D> Officer Jearld Lehan, Lt. Joe Munch, Materials used to set building fire; paint thinnner, paint, gasoline, Rags (etc.) 2nd floor administration Building
    • 5002-2.79
    • Road Construction - Caterpillar

    • Tracklaying vehicles; Mountain roads; Construction equipment; Graders (Earthmoving machinery);
    • Caterpillar being used to construct a mountain road.
    • Central Hotel Boise

    • hotels; drawings
    • Central Hotel, formerly (before 1874) Hart's Exchange. Located at Idaho and 7th Streets. Built in 1865, used for meetings of Territorial Legislature.
    • Smelting Mines

    • Miners; Mine buildings; Mining equipment; Mining; Mills; Ore industry; Smelters;
    • Chutes are used to dump ore onto a conveyor belt at a sample mill at a smelter.
    • Franklin, Idaho - Public Buildings (City Hall)

    • Brickwork; Buildings; City & town halls; Social & civic facilities;
    • City Hall Franklin, Idaho; later used as a jail. The building features a stone foundation, brick main floor, and bell tower.
    • 78-192-33
    • Bannock Street Boise

    • streetscapes; dwellings; commercial buildings
    • Corner of 9th and Bannock. Building on corner built in 1865 by C. W. Morse. He lived here until marriage in 1872 then used the building as an office for his corral and livery stabgle business.


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