Personal journals and account books (1870-1901); unidentified business accounts books (1890, 1896); personal journal of McCoy's wife (1907-1908); unidentified account book (1936), and miscellaneous correspondence.
Chas. Ostner statue of George Washington. "Presented to the Territory of Idaho January 8, 1869, by Chas. Ostner. In consideration of the above on Jan. 15, 1869 the legislature approp. $2,500 for Mr. Ostner." - written on original mount.
Washington (State)-Politics and government-History-Sources. --Idaho-Politics and government-History-Sources.
Letters (1861-1863) relate to activities in the Puget Sound region of Washington Territory, for which Wallace served as a delegate in the U.S. Congress. Letters (1864-1865), written during Wallace's term as territorial delegate from Idaho, concern...
Mines and mineral resources-Idaho-Thunder Mountain-History-Sources. --Thunder Mountain (Idaho)-History-Sources. --Thunder Mountain Mining District (Idaho)-History-Sources. -
Correspondence, articles of incorporation, and stock certificates relating to the Thunder Mountain Gold Mining Company and the Home Mining and Milling Company, Ltd., companies served as Dunlap as director. Also included are receipts from S.J....
Weiser, Washington Co. Idaho. Center of the Fruit Section of the Irrigated Empire. A Paradise for the Fruitgrower, Farmer and Stockman. Inset car traveling along the Weiser River. Inset map of Idaho showing the location of Washington County.
From Fifth St. looking west. Visible at left are Sutler's Store and George Washington Stiles & Co. blacksmiths. At right are the Wells Fargo office, The Brewery, a blacksmith's shop, The Stage House, and the City Bakery sign.