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    • WCTU Towles Fountain

    • associations; women
    • Dedication of Towles Fountain in front of Boise City Hall, 1915. Nettie and Dorothy Chipp (young girl) shown on platform. Fountain named in honor of Mary Towles, early temperence worker.
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    • WCTU State Headquarters 1

    • associations; women
    • WCTU State Headquarters in the Empire Building, Street 1914. Nettie Chipp was president 1910-1919.
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    • The Elks Building

    • associations
    • Laying the cornerstone for the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks (BPOE) building.
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    • Royal Arch Masons

    • associations; freemasons
    • Royal Arch Masons on steps of old state capitol, Boise.
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    • Men at Federal Building

    • associations; men; group portraits
    • Unidentified group of men on steps of the Federal building. John Atkinson front row, 2nd from left.
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    • Masons

    • associations; freemasons; masonic buildings; men
    • Masons at first Masonic Temple. Next to Pioneer Fire Hall on Main Street between 6th and 7th.
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    • Masonic Temple 2

    • masonic buildings; freemasons; associations
    • Masonic Temple in Boise.
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    • Masonic Temple 1

    • associations; masonic buildings; freemasons
    • Masonic Temple, Boise, Idaho.
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    • Masonic Temple

    • associations; freemasons; masonic buildings
    • 2nd Masonic Temple in Boise, 1892. Undertaking Parlors, J. D. McGuire. The Fair.
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    • Masonic Hall 2

    • associations; masonic buildings; freemasons
    • Masonic Hall, Main Street.
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    • Masonic Hall 1

    • associations; freemasons; masonic buildings
    • Masonic Hall, 12th and Idaho Street.
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    • Ku Klux Klan Article

    • Ku Klux Klan; associations; parades
    • Newspaper article describing photograph of Ku Klux Klan parade.
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    • Ku Klux Klan

    • Ku Klux Klan; associations; parades
    • Parade on Main Street, Nampa, Idaho. Dewey Palace, right rear. Interurban streetcar tracks in foreground.
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