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    • Trains (Idaho Central)

    • trains; railroads
    • First train into Boise, Idaho. Photo taken near the site of the Boise Union Pacific Depot. This train ran from Nampa to Boise.
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    • Idaho Central - Trains

    • trains; railroad cars; railroads
    • First train into Boise, Idaho, September 5, 1887. Photo taken near the site of the Boise Union Pacific Depot. This train ran from Nampa to Boise. Image: Group of men standing on a flat railway car, steam engine to the left.
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    • Idaho State Federation of Labor records

    • Trade-unions-Idaho-Records and correspondence. --Trade-unions-Construction workers-Idaho-Records and correspondence. --Trade-unions-Metal-workers-Idaho-Records and correspondence.
    • Correspondence, minutes, business records, reports, dues records, agreements, subject files, and memorabilia of the Idaho State Federation of Labor (1938-1959); Boise Building and Construction Trades Council (1939-1964); Boise Central Trades and...
    • MS392
    • Boise Junior College (E)

    • Students; Cathedrals
    • Boise Junior College, Saint Michael's Cathedral. View of students passing down the central aisle.
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    • Central School

    • schools; schoolhouses; buildings; architecture
    • Boise, Idaho Schools. Central (2nd). Built 1906. Exterior view.
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    • Wood and Wilson (Boise, Idaho) records

    • Republican State Central Committee (Boise, Idaho) --Lawyers-Idaho-Boise-Records and correspondence. --Idaho-Politics and government-History-Sources. --United States-Politics and government-1865-1933.
    • Official, political, and personal correspondence of Fremont Wood, United States attorney and judge; and Edgar Wilson, U.S. Representative from Idaho (1899). Included are letters by Wilson as chairman of the Idaho Republican State Central Committee...
    • MS286
    • Territorial Capitol, Central School, Courthouse

    • public buildings; schools; courthouses; capitols; streetscapes; wagons; penny-farthings; bicycles; carriages; horses; people; exterior views; architecture; engravings
    • The Idaho Capitol, Boise, 1886. From 'Marvels of the New West' by William M. Thayer. p. 348. Published 1887. Central School, left, 1881. Ada County Courthouse, right, 1882. See file folder for copy of engraving.
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    • Frank Forrester Church

    • Politicians-Idaho-History-Sources.
    • The collection contains correspondence, a portion of which is written to F. F. Church's son, Albert, while he attended the United States Naval Academy at Annapolis, Maryland.
    • MS104
    • Office-Morning

    • Office buildings; Smelters; Men; Children; Carts & wagons; Horses; Dogs
    • Central Mining & Smelting office, 2 children, 3 men, toy wagons, dog, and horse
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    • Thunder Mountain Mine 2

    • Mining; Tunnels; Miners; Wooden buildings
    • Tracks leading from a underground mine covered by a snow shed at a mine in the Thunder Mountain Mining District of central Idaho. Photo shows miners, wooden buildings, cut trees.
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    • Quicksilver & Antimony Discoveries in Central Idaho

    • Mining; Prospecting; Mineral deposits; Minerals;
    • Bulletin from the Mining Department, Boise, Idaho, describing quicksilver (mercury) and antimony deposits in Central Idaho along with prospecting/mining opportunities and conditions.
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    • Prospectus For the Antimony Gold Ores Company

    • Mining; Minerals; Business & finance;
    • Prospectus describing the stock offerring for the Antimony Gold Ores Company of Boise, Idaho in 1963. Describes mining holdings and operations in the Central Idaho area in the vicinity of Yellow Pine, Idaho.
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    • The Thunder Mountain Story

    • Mining; Historic sites; History;
    • Booklet describing the history of the Thunder Mountain gold rush in Valley County in central Idaho around 1900. The booklet contains numerous historic photographs.
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    • Thunder Mountain Mining History Collection

    • Mines and mineral resources-Idaho-Thunder Mountain-History-Sources.
    • Mounted photocopies of newspaper articles describing the mining activities of the Thunder Mountain area in central Idaho.
    • MS32

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