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    • Lemhi Pass

    • trails; markers;
    • Where Lewis & Clark first crossed into Idaho in 1805
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    • Stage Lines, Silver City, Idaho

    • Stagecoaches; Westward movement; Mining camps; Seasons; Snow;
    • Wells Fargo (Snow) Taken winter of 1867 to 1873!!! Office not the same as 77-19-2. Two houses in back ground of blizzard indicates office located in Granite Block. In 1869 Photography Shop still at earlier location but not Wells Fargo. by 1873 it...
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    • Dry Creek Rodeo (C)

    • rodeos; horses; Broncos; horseback riding; automobiles; fences; corrals; hills; people; cowboys; cowboy hats; cowboy boots; trees
    • This picture shows a cowboy riding a bucking bronco at the Dry Creek Rodeo at the Riley Ranch near Horseshoe Bend, Idaho, north of Boise. Another horse and rider are in the arena ready to assist. Several cars and trucks are on the outside of the...
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    • Seven Devils Mountians

    • trails; mountains; gold;
    • The old Boise Trail passed between the two points marked ""X"". Hells Canyon is behind or west of this mountain. A little to the north and east is ""Dry Diggings"" where much gold was found and ""picked up"" as there was no water for the usual type...
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    • Ferries-Rosevear Ferry

    • ferries; wagons; rivers;
    • Snake River. Built by Ernest Eichholz for J. Rosevear, Spring of 1890. Where Glens Ferry Railroad pump is ""now"" located.
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    • Ferries (Rosevear)

    • Ferries; Carts & wagons;Rivers;
    • Rosevear Ferry on the Snake River built for J. Rosevear, Spring 1890. Located where Glenns Ferry railroad pump is "now". The ferry is transporting 2 sheep wagons.
    • gr-62-50-42
    • North Fork Wagon Road (a)

    • Men; Roads; Mountain
    • rock work. Blasting done by Utah Construction Co. in building part of North Fork wagon road to replace old road where torn up by Idaho Northern Rail Road grade. At foot of Phillip's Hill, near Forks of Payette. Looking south, 1911. Powderman in...
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    • John T. Morgan Papers

    • Lawyers-Idaho-Boise-Records and correspondence. Idaho-Politics and government-History-Sources. Boise (Idaho)-History-Sources.
    • Political, business, and legal correspondence (1864-1890); legal opinions.
    • MS18


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    • CAA War Training Service
    • Page 22: With the exception of the motor ring this entire mount was built in our shop for a War Training Service operator. This operator was unable to purchase this part any where in the United States.
    • 2008-8-040
    • Air Show, New Airport (O)

    • Airline industry; Air shows; Aircraft; Airplanes; Airports;
    • Judges check the ground where sacks of flour were dropped from airplanes to see how close they landed to the target circle. Airplanes and spectators line the airfield.
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    • Rudolph Wetter, Inmate Record

    • Prisoners; Mining; Homicides;
    • In Octoberl of 1904, miner Rudolph "Bob" Wetter, was convicted of first degree murder in Idaho County, Idaho, and sentenced to hang. His sentence was soon commuted to life in prison through the efforts of many in the community where he lived. This...
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    • interview (from Oral History Collection) with Willis C. Brassey

    • Assaying; Mining; Gold mining
    • In his two interviews with Anabelle Alexander, conducted June 20, 1975 and July 1, 1975, Willis Brassey remembers his life in Idaho. Brassey spoke of the time period between the 1870s and 1940s where he mined in Quartzburg, ran a stage, hauled ore...
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    • Index of interview with H. Dean Summers, 09-19-2006

    • Idaho State Capitol (Boise, Idaho). --Idaho. Legislature. House. --Idaho. Legislature. Senate. --Governors--Idaho. --Andrus, Cecil D., 1931-. --Smylie, Robert E., 1914- (Robert Ebon). --Boise (Idaho).
    • In his interviews with Troy Reeves in August and September 2006, Dean Summers offered his memories of working in the Idaho State Capitol. Summers served in the Idaho House of Representatives from 1963 to 1966, and in the Idaho Senate from 1967 to...
    • OH2503b_index
    • Index of interview with Bob Gerdes, 02-09-2006

    • Wildlife--Idaho. --Caldwell (Idaho). --Sculptors--Idaho.
    • In his interview with Troy Reeves in February 2006, Bob Gerdes, the artist and sculptor of some of the art that resides inside the Idaho State Capitol, offered his memories of creating a sundial sculpture for the Capitol. Gerdes also talked about...
    • OH2476_index
    • Transcript of interview with Bob Gerdes, 02-09-2006

    • Wildlife--Idaho. --Caldwell (Idaho). --Sculptors--Idaho.
    • In his interview with Troy Reeves in February 2006, Bob Gerdes, the artist and sculptor of some of the art that resides inside the Idaho State Capitol, offered his memories of creating a sundial sculpture for the Capitol. Gerdes also talked about...
    • OH2476_transcript


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    • Idaho State Penitentiary
    • Hole cut in building wall to give inamtes access to area where fire was set
    • 5002-2.61
    • Fort Hall, Idaho Views

    • missionaries; Christian clergy;
    • Grove where Rev. Jason Lee preached the first Protestant sermon delivered west of the Rocky Mountains, July 27, 1834. Fort Hall, Idaho
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    • Lewiston, Idaho - Public Buildings

    • territories; buildings;
    • Governor's office (left) & Territorial Capital Building (right). Building where Idaho Territorial Legislature met. Building were still standing in 1969.
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