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    • Pierce Idaho Streets

    • streets; towns
    • The fir tree in the middle of the street near the flagpole is the one on which several Chinese were hanged until near death and until they confessed which one killed Frasier. The guilty were later hanged.
    • Main Street Boise 3D

    • streets; streetscapes
    • Looking west from corner of Main and 6th Street. Presbyterian Church spire on right in background is at later site of Idanha Hotel. Firehouse bell tower on left. 3D photo.
    • 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...
    • Roberts Bros. Store

    • second-hand stores; storefronts; stores
    • Roberts Bros. Store was located at 906, 908 W. Idaho. Elmer Roberts is at right (he was later State Superintendent of Public Instruction), next to him is Harold Roberts, then Cy Roberts, Charley Roberts, ___ Roberts, Otis Roberts, Mr. Rathburn, Bob...
    • Star School 1

    • schools; schoolhouses; group portraits; students; teachers
    • Star School, 1900. Ella Breshears Reed, teacher, later Supit. of Schools, Gem County. Left to right, 1st row: Wallace McDowell, Bert Niccolls, Fred Fouch, Hugh Fouch, Walter Graham, Unidentified . 2nd row: Ed McDowell, Jim Niccolls, Walter...
    • Brashears, Ralph records

    • Ross Charles Benjamin. --Cruikshank Sheep Company. --Mountain Home Sheep Company. --Sheep industry-Idaho-Mountain Home-History-Sources. --Idaho-Politics and government-History-Sources.
    • Primarily political, memorial, and commencement speeches of a Boise, Idaho, attorney and chairman of the Idaho Code Commission. Also includes notes, photographs, and memorabilia; newspaper clippings concerning C. Ben Ross; and legal papers relating...
    • Pioneers, Silver City, Idaho 1

    • Pioneers; Women; Women's education; Mining camps; Mining; Miners; Chairs; Clothing & dress;
    • Upper row: 1. Helen Murphy Blackinger (left), 2. Fred Irwin, Mgr. Idaho-Pittsburg later Trade Dollar Mine, 3. Permeal French, later Dean of Women, University of Idaho. Lower row: 1. R. H. Britt, Mgr. Poorman Mine.
    • The Prospector and Thunder Mountain News

    • Newspapers; Mining; Prospecting; Prospecting equipment & supplies; Gold; Gold miners; Gold mining;
    • Newspapers from the Roosevelt and Thunder Mountain area tells interesting stories, and describes area businesses that were later destroyed by the mudslide and flood. First page describes "The Golden Goal" of a miner which was to proceed at all...
    • Rocky Bar, Mines

    • Mining; Mine buildings; Mining camps; Horses
    • Photo shows the Pittsburg, Confederate Star, and other properties in the Rocky Bar Mining District in Elmore County prior to 1884. The Elmore Mine mill was later built in this area. Note the man in the foreground.
    • Thunder Mountain, Idaho

    • Mining camps; Cabins; Dogs;
    • Two couples, and their dogs, in front of a wooden cabin in the Thunder Mountain region. Woman on right is Lenny Charters who later moved to Atlanta and lived for many years.
    • Pearl Mining District Miners

    • Miners; Mining Equipment
    • Miners in the hoist room at a mine (probably the Checkmate) in the Pearl Mining District, Gem County, ID, Lower left man identified as L.S. Gerlough, later a Rhodes Scholar. Identified by T.D. Gerlough (now of San Francisco) of Squibb & County,...
    • Miners 1

    • Miners; Mining
    • Man in center, wearing vest, and white shirt, is John McNish. He was an Emmett pioneer of the 1880's. An Idaho Statesman article, dated February 3rd, 1957 states that "the picture was taken at the Gold Hill mine in Quartzburg in 1885. While these...

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