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    • Air Mail Plane

    • airplanes; airports
    • Air-mail plane at airport, later Boise Junior College campus. 'Ready for flight.'
    • Aloha Apartments 1

    • apartment houses; apartments;
    • Aloha Apartments; later became the Belcher Building, then the Professional Building. 411 Idaho Street.
    • Blackfoot, Idaho - Hospitals

    • Hospitals; Sanatoriums; Health care facilities; Health care;
    • Entrance, South Idaho Sanitarium (later Idaho State Hospital South)
    • 63-211-134
    • Boise Flying Service

    • airports; airfields; group portraits; biographies
    • Weber J. Appel, Boise Flying Service. With Wayne Watson and John Sero at Boise Flying Field, later Boise Junior College Campus. Flying pennant in background.
    • Boise Railroad Company

    • coaches; street-railroads
    • Cars Number 80 and Number 90. Built by G.C. Kuhlman Company in 1911 at their Collinwood, Ohio Plant. Order Number 493 for two double truck closed city cars to seat forty to forty-four passengers each. Cars were built with Brill 27G trucks with 33"...
    • 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...
    • MS139
    • Ferries-Campbell's

    • ferries; rivers; river banks;
    • Located on Salmon River 12 miles from Dixie, Idaho. Operated by row boats on either side. It was first operated by a man name Robinson, later by Warren Cook. Ferry could only carry 3 or 4 horses per trip.
    • Franklin, Idaho - Public Buildings (City Hall)

    • Brickwork; Buildings; City & town halls; Social & civic facilities;
    • City Hall Franklin, Idaho; later used as a jail. The building features a stone foundation, brick main floor, and bell tower.
    • 78-192-33
    • Gold Hill Mine, Quartzburg, Idaho 1885

    • miners
    • Man in center, vest & white shirt, is John McNish, Emmett pioneer of 1880s. An article in the February 3, 1957 Idaho Statesman indicated the photo was taken at the Gold Hill and Iowa Mine at Quartzburg in 1885. While these men came from all...
    • 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...
    • MS149
    • Historical Markers - Goddin's River

    • markers; signs; explorers; fur;
    • Known as Goddin's River in the days of the fur trade. This stream originally was named for the trapper who discovered it. Thery Goddin, a prominent Iroquois who explored this river in 1819 or 1820, had come here with Donald Mackenzie's fur hunters...
    • Idaho Brewing

    • breweries
    • Idaho Brewing and Moaltin Co., later Bohemian Breweries. 6th and Idaho Street.
    • Idaho Brewing & Malting Co.

    • breweries; buildings
    • Exterior of Idaho Brewing & Malting Co., later Bohemian Breweries; Sixth & Idaho Streets.
    • interview (from Oral History Collection) with Dorothy McKenzie

    • Mining; Mining camps; Women
    • In her interview conducted on July 23, 1981 by Kris Major, Dorothy McKenzie describes how she came to the Yankee Fork area in 1940. She first stayed in a campground, Flat Rock Campground, and later lived in a log cabin with the rest of the mining...
    • Isaac Ives Lewis Records

    • Davenport and Johnson (Ruby City, Idaho)
    • Correspondence, ledgers, and daybooks pertaining mainly to a drugstore in Ketchum, Idaho.
    • MS16
    • Liquor Traffic, Thunder Mountain

    • Barrooms; Bars; Miners; Mining camps; Tents;
    • Tent Saloon. Lee Lisenby's Saloon. He lived later at Thunder City. Photo shows a log bar, a selection of bottles, kegs, customers and bar tender.
    • 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.
    • 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...
    • Mines-Coeur d'AleneRegion-Sunshine Mine

    • monuments; mines; mining; miners;
    • Mine Disaster Memorial. This double life size statue was sculptured from steel with welding torch and rod by Ken Lonn to honor the 91 victims of the country's worst mine disaster since 1917 plus all the living hardrock miners of the Coeur d'Alene...


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