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    • Vernon K. Smith - candidate

    • Politicians; Political elections; Political campaigns; Horses; Dwellings; Architectural elements; Architecture;
    • A great example of political advertising methods displayed in front of a Victorian mansion. "We're a western state. Let's live, look, and act western".
    • Dwellings (Farrer), De Lamar, Idaho

    • Women; Dining rooms; Refrigerators; Furnishings; Furniture; Wallpapers; Dresses; Kitchens; Cooking utensils;
    • Cordelia Farrer in dining room, Note icebox on left. This photo shows the furnishings and decoration of the dining room. Various pictures and photographs are displayed on the walls. Assorted serving dishes and utensils are arranged on the icebox...
    • Weiser, Idaho - Blacksmithing

    • Blacksmithing; Blacksmiths; Horses; Forge shops; Forging;Men; Equipment;
    • Fred Rufner, Marshall Dickerson, Ed Smith, and unidentified man standing in a blacksmith shop in Weiser, Idaho. The forge and an assortment of tools are displayed. Several of the men wear leather aprons.
    • 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...
    • 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...
    • Nez Perce Indians

    • horse blankets; horses; Indian textile styles; cabins; logs;
    • Khool-khool-tah-meh in front of his cabin near Stites, one of the leaders in Nez Perce Indian War of 1877. Traditional Indian clothing and horse trappings are displayed in this view.

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