Fred Rufner, Marshall Dickerson, Ed Smith, and unidentified man standing in a blacksmith shop in Weiser, Idaho. The forge and an assortment of tools are displayed. Several of the men wear leather aprons.
General Roberts' boiler in transit from Weiser to Warren, Idaho, to be used for the dredge in Warren's placer mines. View taken at (old) Meadows "Racing Park" 95 miles south of Grangeville, Idaho. J. A. Hansen photo, Grangeville.
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.
Blueprint. Inset: Map showing routes to Thunder Mountain. Scale [1:1,647,360]. "Thunder Mountain gold fields are reached only via Boise, Ketchum, Mackay, Red Rock or Weiser, all good outfitting points on the Oregon Short Line R.R."
Weiser and Payette, Statesman Anniversary Edition 1939-1940. Foreground is Payette Eastside Elementary School (with brick arches above the windows). The next building over in the background is Payette High School.