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    • Donovan C. Bramen scrapbook

    • World War, 1939-1945-Idaho. --Buhl (Idaho)-History-Sources.
    • Newspaper clippings about WWII service of Buhl, Idaho residents.
    • MS576
    • Index of interview with Ernest Thaete, 12-05-2001

    • World War, 1939-1945--European Theater--Personal narratives.
    • In his December 2001 interview with Caleb Lammers and Tim Hoyt, Ernest Thaete offers his memories of World War II. Thaete served in the U.S. Army from 1941 to 1945, training in the United States and serving in the European Theater, mainly training...
    • OH1498
    • 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
    • Waterwheel

    • waterwheels; mining; rivers; mountains;
    • "Placer Mining Wheel" at Salmon River Point, about 1 mile above the mouth of the Little Salmon River. This appeared in the U.S. Government Hydrographic Report and received special mention above all others by Mr. Newell, chief of that survey.
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    • Waterwheel

    • waterwheels mining rivers mountains miners
    • "Placer Mining Wheel" at Salmon River Point, about one mile above the mouth of the Little Salmon River. This appeared in the U.S. Government Hydrographic Report and received special mention above all others by Mr. Newell, chief of that survey.
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    • Rattlesnake Flat

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    • Rattlesnake Flat, Lot 1, Sec. 32, T9N, R3E, Boise Meridian. This lot was applied fir under Act of June 11 by Bertha Thompson in 1909. This flat is included in the tract applied for as a townsite. The C.S.L. Depot of Banks is about a quarter of a...
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    • Juanita Hormaechea scrapbook

    • uzkaldunal Organization (Idaho) --Oinkari Basque Dancers. --Basque Americans-Idaho. --Basque Americans-Oregon. --Basque Americans-Nevada. --Basque Americans-Social life and customs. --Boise (Idaho)-History-Sources.
    • redominately newspaper clippings about the Euzkaldunal Organization, Oinkari Basque Dancers, and various social, civic, and charitable activities of the Basques in Idaho, Oregon and Nevada. Some correspondence and programs are also included....
    • MS432
    • Main Street 14

    • streetscapes; buildings
    • Main Street, Boise, from Seventh & Main, in early 1890's. Looking west toward Falks, old Overland Hotel. Building in background with three windows showing is Sonna Building. Note trees about Eleventh Street. Photo taken before Idanha Hotel was...
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    • Roosevelt and Roosevelt Lake

    • Streams; Mining; Gold mining; Gold rushes
    • Founded late in the fall before the big rush to Thunder Mountain in the beginning of 1902, Roosevelt soon became the leading camp in the new mining district. Thousands of men, having heard that Thunder Mountain was destined to be the biggest gold...
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    • Index of interview with Jean Wilson, 09-22-1999

    • Schools--Idaho--Boise--History. --Boise (Idaho)--History.
    • In her 1999 interview with Troy Reeves, Jean Wilson discusses her time at Boise High School and her life in Boise, Idaho in the 1930s and 1940s. She talks about attending Boise High during World War II and how it affected her life.
    • OH1447
    • Remington, Ferries

    • rivers; ferries; horses; wagons; men; women
    • The Remington Ferry docked on the Salmon River below White Bird, about 20 miles from Grangeville.
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    • Lena B. Eagan papers

    • Public health-Idaho-History-Sources. --Women-Idaho-History-Sources. --Idaho-Politics and government.
    • Correspondence with L.J. Petersen and miscellaneous items relating to Eagan's interest in public and mental health issues. Includes newspaper clippings about Teen Town an organization created to aid juveniles.
    • MS273
    • Idaho - The 43rd State

    • Promotional materials; Pamphlets; Tourism; Travel;
    • A publication of information and interesting facts about the State of Idaho's history, opportunities, and geography.
    • MS544Box10Folder1
    • ""The Flying Saucer as I Saw It""

    • program; aircraft;
    • A booklet published by Kenneth Arnold. The cover of the booklet is signed by the author. The original owner of the booklet, Ella Knox Parrish, included some articles about UFO sightings in Idaho.
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    • Junius B. Wright correspondence

    • Physicians-Idaho-Caldwell-Biography-Sources. --Caldwell (Idaho)-History-Sources. --Boise River Valley (Idaho)-History-Sources.
    • Reminiscences in the form of letters from Dr. Wright to Mrs. Fred McConnell, Caldwell, Idaho, relating the doctor's experiences during the settlement of the Caldwell area and the development of Boise Valley, Idaho.
    • MS334
    • Petroglyphs and Pictographs

    • petroglyphs; Native American; rock art; rock; rock paintings;
    • Indian Rock at Hot Springs Enterprise on Snake River Rock about 12 ft. square - oval shape
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    • Boise Parade 2

    • parades; streets
    • Main Street from 7th and Main in early 1890's. Looking west toward Falks, old Overland Hotel. Building in background with three windows showing is Sonna Building. Note trees about 11th Street. This was before the Idanha Hotel was built.
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    • The Coeur d'Alene Miner, September 29, 1894

    • Newspapers; Mining; History
    • Volume V, No. 15 of the Coeur d'Alene Miner published in Wallace, Idaho. This issue writes about a speech made by Abraham Lincoln and the Republican County Convention.
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    • Fort Boise

    • monuments; military bases; highways;
    • Old Fort Boise Monument. Highway 30 about 1/2 mile N. W. of Parma, idaho
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