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    • Ada County Republican Women's Club (Boise, Idaho) records

    • National Federation of Republican Women. --Republican Party (Idaho)-History-Sources. --Women-Idaho-Ada County-Societies and clubs. --Clubs-Idaho-Boise. --Idaho-Politics and government-History-Sources.
    • Scrapbook of club activities (1938-1970); correspondence, articles and programs relating to the 1966 G.O.P. State Assembly; material regarding the National Federation of Republican Women; newspaper clippings dealing with Republican Party social...
    • Brusen, Bernice papers

    • Music Week (Boise, Idaho) --Music-Idaho-Boise-History-Sources.
    • Scrapbooks, photographs, programs, financial materials, and other items relating to Boise Music Week and other musical activities in Boise, Idaho (1930-1987). Also includes one minute book of the Tuesday Musicale, Boise (1915-1917).
    • Camp McConnel - Publication

    • Log buildings; Conservation and restoration; Camps;
    • Memories of Company 2526, Camp McConnel, S-231. Fall. 1934. A review of the camp activities, projects, life, history, and personnel. The building on the cover is the State Forestry office built by Company 2526 in Boise, Idaho.
    • Cuddy, John, papers

    • Cuddy family. --University of Idaho-Students-History-Sources. --General stores-Idaho-Salubria-History-Sources. --Flour mills-Idaho-Salubria-History-Sources. --Salubria (Idaho)-History-Sources. --Boise (Idaho)-History-Sources.
    • Financial records (1868-1902), of the Cuddy Flour Mill and Mercantile store established in 1868 by Cuddy and Edwin Tyne at Rush Creek, Idaho, and at Salubria, Idaho, in 1874. Also included is correspondence, photographs, newspaper clippings and...
    • Eaton, Allan B. papers

    • Boise Public Library-History-Sources. --United States. National Recovery Administration. Idaho. --Lawyers-Idaho-Boise-Records and correspondence. --United States-Politics and government-1933-1945. --Boise (Idaho)-History-Sources.
    • Correspondence concerning National Recovery Administration activities in Idaho; letters from James P. Pope; paper regarding the Boise Library Board, of which Eaton was a member; articles concerned with national politics in the 1940s, and...
    • Ella Mae D'Amant papers

    • Neighbors of Woodcraft. --Woman's Relief Corps. --Daughters of Rebekah (Idaho) --Women-Idaho-Boise-Societies and clubs. --Julia Davis Park (Boise, Idaho)
    • Correspondence, scrapbooks, and memorabilia relating to the activities of Ella Mae D'Amant as a member of Neighbors of Woodcraft, the Rebekahs, Women's Relief Corps, and other social and civic organizations.
    • Elmer C. Ross diaries

    • Forests and forestry-Idaho-Long Valley-History-Sources. --Forests and forestry-Idaho-Garden Valley-History-Sources. --Forests and forestry-Idaho-Idaho City-History-Sources.
    • A record of Elmer C. Ross's daily activities as a forest employee in Long Valley, Garden Valley, and Idaho City, Idaho.
    • Frank R. Fouch papers

    • Frontier and pioneer life-Idaho-Parma. --General stores-Idaho-Parma-History-Sources. --Parma (Idaho)-History-Sources. --Fort Boise (Idaho)-History-Sources. --Boise River Valley (Idaho)-History-Sources.
    • Diary (Sept. 1887-June 1888), recording business and recreational activities of Fouch as store manager in Parma, Idaho; addresses commemorating Old Fort Boise monument (1927); correspondence concerning the early history of the Boise Valley.
    • Gold Miner's Daughters, The Education Of : 1930 - 1943

    • mining; education; families; gold; history; livestock; country life; dogs;
    • A first person account of two daughters being raised in Idaho City from 1930 - 1943. They moved to Spanish Creek area in 1934 and wintered in Caldwell. The father was a gold miner. Describes his activities sluicing and panning gold. Describes their...
    • Idaho Legisladies records

    • Idaho Legisladies. --Women-Idaho-Boise-Societies and clubs. --Organizations-Idaho-Boise. --Women-Idaho. --Boise (Idaho)-Clubs. --Idaho-Politics and government.
    • Minutes of meetings, club rosters, and scrapbooks relating to the activities of this social club for the wives of Idaho's state legislators.
    • Index of interview with John and Mary Cozine, 04-04-2000

    • Gowen Field (Idaho)--History. --World War, 1939-1945-Idaho--Personal narratives.
    • In this April 4, 2002 interview with Rachel Smythe, Mary Cozine describes working as a clerk at Gowen Field from 1942 through 1944. She also describes different activities for servicemen statoins during World War II, including dances at the...
    • James H. Hawley Papers

    • Horsley, Albert E., 1866-1954. Gooding, Frank R. (Frank Robert), 1859-1928. Steunenberg, Frank, 1861-1905-Assassination. Haywood, Big Bill, 1869-1928. Moyer, Charles H. defendant. Swain, W. S. McParland, James. Idaho. Governor (1905-1908 : Gooding)
    • The "Pinkerton Papers" involves the investigation of the murder of Governor Steunenberg with the intent of proving the guilt of the leaders of the Western Federation of Miners and covers the period January 1906 - August 1907. Investigative reports...
    • James H. Hawley, Jr. papers

    • Taylor, Glen Hearst, 1904- --Miller, Bert H. --Idaho-Politics and government-History-Sources.
    • Papers concerning the activities of Hawley's father James Henry Hawley (1890-1988) as a member of the Borah Memorial Statue Commission; correspondence between father and son (1949) concerning senators Bert H. Miller and Glen H. Taylor; and other...

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