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    • Oregon Trail

    • west; Western; trails; wagons; markers; rock carvings; rock art; rock;
    • Photograph of writing on a rock found on west side of Raft River, a mile south of the junction of the Old Oregon Trail and the California Cut-Off known as the Yale Diversion. Writing was done with axle grease and shows names with date.
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    • Index of interview with William and Dortha Anderson, 08-20-1999

    • Boise (Idaho)--History. --Schools--Idaho--Boise.
    • In their 1999 interview with Troy Reeves, Bill and Dortha Anderson discuss their time at Boise High School and their life in Boise, Idaho in the 1930s and 1940s. They talk about World War II and how it affected the kids at Boise High. Bill also...
    • OH1435
    • Richard Patton Erwin (1875 - 1932) Papers

    • Petroglyphs-Idaho
    • Correspondence, notes, and newspaper clippings on Indian petroglyphs; Erwin's article "Indian Rock Writings"; and list of Idaho snakes and brochure on snakes and frogs.
    • MS25
    • Idaho Milling and Feed Co., Caldwell (Idaho)

    • Trademarks; Feed stores
    • The company's logo on a whole wheat flour sack in blue and yellow writing, submitted as part of the trademark registration process with the Idaho Secretary of State.
    • AR3Box1Folder544
    • The Electric Bakery, Nampa (Idaho)

    • Trademarks; Bakeries; Bread
    • Logo for the bakery, on wax paper with a loaf of bread and blue writing, submitted as part of the trademark registration process with the Idaho Secretary of State.
    • AR3Box1Folder338
    • Imperial Bakery, Boise (Idaho)

    • Trademarks; Bakeries; Bread
    • Logo for bread, on wax paper with red and blue writing, submitted as part of the trademark registration process with the Idaho Secretary of State.
    • AR3Box1Folder210
    • 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
    • Statesman Workers

    • Typesetting; Typesetting machines; Printing; Newspapers; Newspaper industry;
    • A row of men using Linotype machines. The machines cast one complete line of writing at a time which is then placed in blocks to print a page.
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    • CAA War Training Service; navy; Lewiston Normal School
    • Page 42: A room in the Student Union Building furnished with California-type sofas, chairs, and incidental pieces, as well as a large automatic radio-phonograph, game and writing tables, etc., was opened in January, 1942, as a recreation and...
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    • CAA War Training Service; navy; Lewiston Normal School
    • Page 42: A room in the Student Union Building furnished with California-type sofas, chairs, and incidental pieces, as well as a large automatic radio-phonograph, game and writing tables, etc., was opened in January, 1942, as a recreation and...
    • 2008-8-075
    • Riddle, Arthur F. papers

    • Broadcast journalism-Idaho-History-Sources. --Journalists-Idaho-Boise-Records and correspondence.
    • Correspondence, notes, subject files, manuscripts, and miscellaneous publications relating to Riddle's writing and editorial career; transcripts of his news broadcasts; photographs of notable Idahoans; draft script for a play. Also includes the...
    • MS294
    • Earl Wayland Bowman papers

    • Idaho. Army National Guard. 2nd Idaho Infantry. --United States. Army-History-Punitive Expedition into Mexico, 1916. --Idaho. Army National Guard. 2nd Idaho Infantry. --Capitol news. --Authors, American-Idaho. --Legislators-Idaho-Records and...
    • An annotated publication containing articles by Earl Wayland Bowman (1875-1952); issues (1916-1918) of The Golden Trail, a Boise, Idaho, magazine edited by Bowman; newspaper clippings (1916) concerning the Second Idaho Infantry in Nogales, Arizona,...
    • MS347
    • Proclamation - Governor George L. Shoup - State Constitution

    • Proclamations; Constitutions; Constitutional conventions; Political elections;
    • A proclamation by Governor George L. Shoup lauding the writing of a State Constitution and encouraging the counties to vote for the document, "which must inevitably give new life to our development and rapidly advance the material interest of our...
    • AR1TerrRecsFolder58

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