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    • Webb Welch

    • Portrait: Carte visite: 126 O.V.J. Killed at the battle of wilderness May 6th 1864
    • Carte de visite
    • MS591
    • 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

    • Idaho State Penitentiary
    • 1894 Prison Wall Prison Guard Graffiti "C.S.white May 1937"
    • Prison-Guard-Graffiti-#3
    • Dewey Palace Hotel - Nampa

    • Hotels; Demolition; Streets; Automobiles;
    • A view of the Dewey Palace Hotel in Nampa. The roof is missing on the tower nearest the camera. This picture may date from the hotels demolition.
    • Henry Harmon Spalding papers

    • Spalding, Henry Harmon, 1803-1874. --Nez Percé Indians-History. --Lapwai (Idaho)-Missions-History-Sources.
    • Copies of diary and letters of Eliza Hart Spalding. Copies and originals of 1866 petitions from Spalding to the Idaho Territorial governor and the superintendent of Indian Affairs, D.W. Ballard, regarding Spalding's re-appointment to the Nez Perce...
    • MS64

    • Idaho State Penitentiary
    • Corner Stone Exposed. Warden Raymond May Far Left, Guard Joe Munch with Hat, 3 Inmates
    • 70-57-1
    • Roosevelt and Roosevelt Lake

    • Streams; Mining; Gold mining; Gold rushes
    • Founded late in the fall before the big rush to Thunder Mountain in the beginning of 1902, Roosevelt soon became the leading camp in the new mining district. Thousands of men, having heard that Thunder Mountain was destined to be the biggest gold...
    • Company 2527, Camp DG3-  Road Construction

    • Pickup trucks; Vehicles; Stonework; Men; Road construction;
    • Give these boys rock, gravel, and some lumber and they can build roads that water may go over or under and still not damage the road bed.
    • Grace Gallet's Passport

    • passports; identification photographs; identification cards; women;
    • Grace Gallet had to wait in New York City to get her passport in 1919. After she received her passport, she had to remain in New York for at least 5 more days before she could travel. (Grace Gallet was born on May 23, 1893 in Pocatello, Idaho....
    • Index of interview with Patricia K. Ourada, 05-01-1986

    • Boise (Idaho). --Boise State University. --African Americans--Idaho.
    • In her interview with Sharon Charlton on May 1, 1986, Patricia Ourada, who was a long-time member of the Boise State University History faculty, offered her memories of the African-American students at Boise State. Ourada spoke of the time period...
    • OH2455
    • Index of interview with Cherie BucknerThompson, 05-13-1986

    • Boise State University. --Boise (Idaho). --African Americans--Idaho. --Civil rights--Idaho. --Racism--Idaho.
    • In her interview with Sharon Charlton on May 13, 1986, Cherie Buckner Thompson, who was a 3rd generation African-American Idahoan, offered her memories of the experiences of the African-American community in Boise. Buckner spoke of her experience...
    • OH2456
    • Index of interview with David Frazier, 02-02-2005

    • Idaho Statesman. --Idaho State Penitentiary (Boise)--History. --Ada County (Idaho). Sheriff's Office. --Ada County Courthouse (Boise, Idaho).
    • In his February 2, 2005, interview with Arthur Hart, David Frazier discussed his memories of the Ada County Courthouse. Frazier spoke of the time period from the 1960s to the time of the interview and of the following topics: The Idaho Statesman;...
    • OH2514
    • Index of interview with James E. Risch and Vicki Risch, 09-20-2006

    • Idaho. Legislature. Senate. --Idaho State Capitol (Boise, Idaho). --Governors--Idaho. --Governors' spouses--Idaho.
    • In their two interviews with Keegan Poppen and Troy Reeves in September and November 2006, Idaho State Governor Jim Risch and First Lady Vicki Risch talked about their experiences working in the Idaho State Capitol building. The Risches spoke about...
    • OH2498a_index


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