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    • Silver City, Idaho Pioneers

    • Frontier & pioneer life; Mining camps; City & town life; Pioneers;
    • (l to r): Standing: Mrs. Sadie Dewey; Mrs. Fehrensen's sister; Mrs. Robert Leonard; Mrs. Simon Harris; Miss Lill Hallaway; Mrs. Fred Fehrensen; Mrs. Oro Nichols; Mrs. Gombrig; Mrs. Fehrensen's sister (2); Mrs Sally Feurer; Mrs. Joseph Hutchinson....
    • Pioneers, Thunder Mountain

    • Pioneers; Frontier & pioneer life; Women; Wooden buildings; Clothing & dress; Dogs; Men;
    • A group of Idaho pioneer men and women posed for posterity outside a cabin. A fine selection of men and womens fashions and accessories are represented.
    • Shoup, George Laird papers

    • Shoup, George Laird, 1836-1904. --General stores-Idaho-Salmon-History-Sources. --Indians of North America-Wars-1862-1865. --Massacres-Idaho-Birch Creek. --Frontier and pioneer life-Idaho. --Idaho-Politics and government-History-Sources.
    • A miscellaneous assortment of material from Shoup's varied career as Idaho territorial legislator, territorial and later state governor, and U.S. senator. Included is a copy of a diary kept during Shoup's military campaigns in Colorado, New Mexico...
    • Stage Coach near Salmon

    • Westward movement;Frontier & pioneer life; Stagecoaches; Transportation; Horses; Horse teams;
    • Copies (museum) pioneer pictures for Fifty Year Special Edition. Photograph of a stage coach coming up the road being drawn by a four horse hitch. Wooded mountains are in the background to the horizon.
    • Tate, Emma G. papers

    • Gekeler, David, 1839-1927. --Tate, John P., 1870-1911. --Tate family. --Gekeler family. --Frontier and pioneer life-Idaho. --Boise (Idaho)-History-Sources. --Alaska Building (Boise, Idaho)
    • Correspondence (1884-1911) of John P. Tate, Tate's husband and founder of Tate Insurance Agency and philanthropist; Tate and Gekeler families genealogical information; miscellaneous bills, receipts, deeds, etc. Financial records relating to the...
    • 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.
    • Hailey, Idaho - Stores, Drug

    • Business districts; Business people; Drugstores; Restaurants; Wooden sidewalks; Wooden buildings; Carts & wagons; Storefronts; Stores & shops; Frontier & pioneer life;
    • G. A. Rupert drug store, next door is the Nevada Chop House. Both are two-story wood frame structures.
    • Pioneers, Atlanta, Idaho

    • Mining; Miners; Women; Frontier & pioneer life; Clothing & dress; Shovels; Hats;
    • Group of three women and two men posed with shovels against pile of loose earth. Only one person is looking toward the camera.
    • Langmaid, George W.  papers

    • Frontier and pioneer life-Idaho-Middleton. --Boise (Idaho)-History-Sources. --Middleton (Idaho)-History-Sources. --United States-Description and travel.
    • Journal of an automobile trip from Boise to Baltimore, Maryland, and return (1915-1916); student sketch book of maps, photographs, membership card for a "Pioneer of Idaho Territory," and a postcard (1876), to S.G. Langmaid, Middleton, Idaho.
    • Quartzburg Hotel, Quartzburg, Idaho

    • Mining; Frontier & pioneer life; City & town life;
    • Quartzburg Hotel & boarding house, owned by Mr. & Mrs. Dan Carrol of Quartzburg. From the Sigler Collection "copied for Mrs. Geo. McDonough." See second page for key of names in photo. Identification by Mrs. W. C. Brassey of Boise, October 1965.
    • Harrington, J. A., papers

    • Day, John, d. 1820?. --Frontier and pioneer life-West (U.S.) --Massacres-Idaho-Birch Creek. --Rodeos-Idaho-History. --West (U.S.)-History. --Alaska-Gold discoveries-History.
    • Scrapbooks, correspondence, and photographs relating to Harrington's travels and interest in frontier history. Subjects include the Alaska gold rush of the 1898; the Birch Creek massacre in Idaho in 1877; John Day (1741-1820), trapper for the...

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