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    • Monument

    • wars; monuments;
    • White Bird Battle at White Bird, Idaho
    • Lewiston Bakery Co., Lewiston (Idaho)

    • Trademarks; Bakeries; Bread
    • Sticker logo for Purity Bread, in red with white writing, submitted as part of the trademark registration process with the Idaho Secretary of State.
    • AR3Box1Folder123
    • Star School

    • towns; schools; students; teachers; group portraits
    • Left to right. 1st row, seated: Walter Breshears, Amos (Cuckleheer) Newell, Leslie Bass, Florence Keith, Ed McDowell, Jim Niccolls, Joe Couzens, Bert Niccolls, Lawerence Couzens, - , Stella Gilman, Chester Smith. 2nd row, seated: Lutie Snyder...
    • Steamboats-Lewiston

    • steamboats; rivers;
    • Steamer Lewiston. Well equipped for freight and passenger service. Note white clad waiters from dining saloon.
    • 51a white

    • Road Construction; Construction Equipment;
    • Built by Boise shops
    • P1992-44-58
    • Remington, Ferries

    • rivers; ferries; horses; wagons; men; women
    • The Remington Ferry docked on the Salmon River below White Bird, about 20 miles from Grangeville.
    • Trees - White Pine King

    • Pines; Trees;
    • The White Pine King was the largest Idaho White pine tree known to have been grown in Idaho of which record is available, height 207 feet, diameter 6 feet 9 inches.
    • 78-37-158
    • Home of G.D. Ellis

    • orchards; farmland;etchings
    • Home of G.D. Ellis, half mile North West of Boise City, Idaho. Black and White illustration of orchard/farm.
    • Nez Perce Indians

    • Nez Percé; treaties; Native American;
    • Three Nez Perce at the time of the 1863 Treaty negotiations. On left is Timothy. White men (left to right): unidentified, Robert Newell, Perrin Whitman, unidentified. Lawyer is Indian in center. On right is Jason. This was the Pe-Lumptk or...
    • Gladdon W. Hull papers

    • Natatorium (Boise, Idaho)-History-Sources. --Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition (1909 : Seattle, Wash.) --Amusement parks-Idaho-Boise-History-Sources. --Amusement parks-Utah-Salt Lake City-History-Sources. --Boise (Idaho)-History-Sources.
    • Scrapbook and assembled records, including photographs, advertising posters, clippings, correspondence, and other material relating to White City Park and the Natatorium in Boise, Idaho; post cards from the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition; and...
    • MS561
    • Monument-David Thompson

    • monuments; fur; explorers;
    • Dedication of Memorial, Hope, Idaho. This commemorates this coming of the first white man to Lake Pend D'Oreille, David Thompson, Explorer, Geographer and Fur Trader, September 8, 1809.
    • Mine interior, Idaho

    • Mining; Miners; Headframes (Mining); Shovels; Mining equipment; Tunnels; Mineral deposits; Measuring;
    • "Compton I. White, Gen. Mgr., John Sharpe, (?)easer, Ivor Anderson; measuring new strike in the stope. 7' 10" as compared with engineer Rush J. White's estimate of 6 inches." Two miners stretching a measuring tape across the rock face as another...
    • interview (from Oral History Collection) with Clint Whitney

    • Mining; Gold mining
    • In his interview conducted September 17, 2003 with James Besleme, Clint Whitney detailed his two-year employment as a laborer on the White Knob Mine Hill in Mackay, Idaho from 1929 through 1930. Whitney discussed working conditions, mine technology...
    • Miners 1

    • Miners; Mining
    • Man in center, wearing vest, and white shirt, is John McNish. He was an Emmett pioneer of the 1880's. An Idaho Statesman article, dated February 3rd, 1957 states that "the picture was taken at the Gold Hill mine in Quartzburg in 1885. While these...
    • Gold Hill Mine, Quartzburg, Idaho 1885

    • miners
    • Man in center, vest & white shirt, is John McNish, Emmett pioneer of 1880s. An article in the February 3, 1957 Idaho Statesman indicated the photo was taken at the Gold Hill and Iowa Mine at Quartzburg in 1885. While these men came from all...
    • Historical Markers - Massacre Rocks

    • markers; signs;
    • This defile is named for a series of skirmishes between Indians and Emigrants on the Oregon Trail, August 10, 1862. Nine whites were killed, and six more were wounded. As the traveler speeds through this opening in the rocks, he seldom thinks of...
    • Lumbering - White Pine Logs

    • lumber; lumbermen; logs; loggers; machinery; machines; trains; railroads; railroad yards; rail transit systems; railroad cars;
    • Trainload of White Pine logs leaving for mill.
    • White Bird Hill

    • Landscape photographs; Hills
    • A landscape of White Bird Hill looking into the valley, with an automobile driving along the road.
    • P1996.28.146


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