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    • Index of interview with David Baird, 01-2001

    • Depressions, 1929--Colorado--Personal narratives.
    • In his January 2001 interview with Randi Dunivant, David D. Baird offers his memories of the Great Depression. Baird lived in eastern Colorado in the 1930s and spoke about his life during that decade and into the early 1940s. This interview was...
    • OH1485
    • Index of interview with Sue Wayne Henderson, 01-13-2001

    • Depressions, 1929--Oklahoma--Personal narratives. --Agriculture--Great Plains--Personal narratives. --Dust storms--Great Plains--Personal narratives.
    • In her January 2001 interview with Holly Slaughter, Sue Wayne Henderson offers her memories of the 1920s and 1930s during the Great Depression. Henderson grew up and lived in Oklahoma during these years and she talked about farm and ranch ,ife as...
    • OH1483
    • Index of interview with Elmer Nielsen, 01-2001

    • Depressions, 1929--Utah--Personal narratives.
    • In this January 2001 interview with Chris Stocking, Elmer Nielsen offers his memories of the Great Depression. Baird lived in Utah (Salt Lake City and near Pleasant Grove, Utah) and spoke about his life in the 1920s and 1930s. This interview was...
    • OH1487
    • Corner of Ninth and Bannock

    • streets; Dwellings; buildings; livery; corrals
    • Corner of Ninth and Bannock. Building on corner built 1865 by C.W. Morse. He lived here until marriage, in 1872. Then used it as office for his corral and livery stable business.
    • Index of interview with Ernest Thaete, 12-05-2001

    • World War, 1939-1945--European Theater--Personal narratives.
    • In his December 2001 interview with Caleb Lammers and Tim Hoyt, Ernest Thaete offers his memories of World War II. Thaete served in the U.S. Army from 1941 to 1945, training in the United States and serving in the European Theater, mainly training...
    • OH1498
    • Bannock Street Boise

    • streetscapes; dwellings; commercial buildings
    • Corner of 9th and Bannock. Building on corner built in 1865 by C. W. Morse. He lived here until marriage in 1872 then used the building as an office for his corral and livery stabgle business.
    • Cowboys

    • cowboys; men; boys
    • At far left is Webster Dorsey, 2nd from left is John Sparks, others Unidentified. John Chappel Sparks lived in Stone, Idaho (near Snowville). Born Dec. 8, 1838 in Birmingham, England; Died July 17, 1921; buried in Stone, Idaho.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • Boise Basin Quilters' Quilt Inventory

    • quilts
    • The Collection includes a history sheet (or sheets) for each quilt along with an image of the quilt. There are also three boxes of slides that feature several photographs of each quilt.
    • MS833
    • Dickerson, Charles C. papers

    • Teachers-Idaho. --Saint Anthony (Idaho)-History-Sources. --Caldwell (Idaho)-History-Sources. --Moscow (Idaho)-History-Sources. --Salmon (Idaho)-History-Sources.
    • Personal correspondence with family members who lived in Massachusetts, family photographs, and miscellaneous notes, pamphlets, and essays by Dickerson.
    • MS237
    • 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...
    • Rudolph Wetter, Inmate Record

    • Prisoners; Mining; Homicides;
    • In Octoberl of 1904, miner Rudolph "Bob" Wetter, was convicted of first degree murder in Idaho County, Idaho, and sentenced to hang. His sentence was soon commuted to life in prison through the efforts of many in the community where he lived. This...


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