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    • Bank Building - Boise

    • Buildings; Banks
    • Idaho First National Bank building in Boise, Idaho. Empire Hardware Company is located on the first floor.
    • P62-20-0001a
    • Tate-Gekeler

    • dwellings
    • Emma Tate (Mrs. John P. Tate) holding Paul. Left to right: John, Philip & David. Grace Hammack is on the horse. The house, located on Lincoln Ave., near Iowa Ave. in S. Boise), was torn down in 1918.
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    • Tate Building

    • buildings; commercial buildings
    • Located on the corner of 10th and Main Streets.
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    • Tate-Gekeler Dwelling

    • dwellings; families
    • Emma Tate (Mrs. John P. Tate) holding Paul. Left to right: John, Philip and DavIdaho. Grace Hammack is on the horse. The house, located on Lincoln Ave., near Iowa Ave. in South Boise (about 3 miles SE of Boise), was torn down in 1918.
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    • 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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    • Boise High School public school field

    • Sports & recreation facilities;
    • Entrance of the public school field used by Boise High School. Designed in a Spanish style with stucco walls and tile roof, the entry has two ticket windows and ornate iron gate. Located near corner of Broadway and Warm Springs avenues.
    • P62-20-0059
    • Garden Valley - Forestry Camp

    • Forestry; Forests; Camps; Construction equipment; Mountain roads;
    • National forestry camp located on Tie Creek near the Middle Fork of the Payette National Forest ,9 miles northeast of Crouch, Idaho. Established November 1937.
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    • Riddle - Camp Exchange

    • Camps; Stores and shops; Tobacco products;
    • Division of Grazing summer camp located 7 miles north of Riddle, Idaho. Established July, 1940. Interior view of the camp exchange showing display of items available to enrollees.
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    • Weiser - Soil Conservation Camp

    • Trucks; Camps; Vehicles
    • Weiser Conservation Service camp located on the North and South Highway, 8 miles northeast of Weiser, Idaho. Established July, 1939. A wrecked truck.
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    • Idaho State Penitentiary
    • Recreation area in the "loafing room" located in the laundry building
    • p1984-15-7
    • Falk's Store

    • stores; general stores; towns; people; daily life; buildings; architecture; townscapes
    • Falk's (or Falk) store, Idaho. Located in the Payette Valley. Exterior view with people and horses.
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    • Big Horn Crags

    • general views; postcards; mountains;
    • Big Horn Crags - located in present Frank Church Wilderness Area
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    • Civilian Conservation Corps (D)

    • Camps; Forestry; Tents;
    • Civilian Conservation Corps Camp F-146, Upper Beaver, Lewiston, Idaho. Aerial photo of the main buildings and tent housing located in the forest.
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    • 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...
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    • Company 1212 - Camp F-38

    • Camps; Camping; Tents; Forests
    • Camp F-38, Company 1212, Canyon Creek (Lowell), Idaho. Bird's-eye view of the camp located in tall timber. Lewiston District.
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    • Ridenbaugh 3

    • dwellings
    • Ridenbaugh home, located on Boise Ave.; built: 1890, razed: 1926
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    • Tourtellote & Co Architects

    • architects
    • Office when it was located in the Falk Building on 8th and Main. 2nd man from right is John E. Tourtellotte. 1907 or 1908
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    • Orpheum Theatre (Twin Falls, Idaho) records

    • Theaters-Idaho-Twin Falls-History-Sources.
    • Account book (1918-1919); cash books (1920-1921); and general ledgers (1922-1930). These records are for the Orpheum Theater, Rialto Theater, Gem Theater, and the New Orpheum theater, all located in Twin Falls.
    • MS57
    • Ferries-Rosevear Ferry

    • ferries; wagons; rivers;
    • Snake River. Built by Ernest Eichholz for J. Rosevear, Spring of 1890. Where Glens Ferry Railroad pump is ""now"" located.
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