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    • McCarey's, Dwellings

    • dwellings; trees; fences; people; mountains; trails;
    • McCarey's place at the Wire Bridge on the Salmon River crossing to Warren Trail. The location is 7 miles below Florence and 50 miles from Grangeville.

    • CAA War Training Service; navy; Lewiston Normal School
    • Page 41: With flight schedules running throughout the daylight hours transportation to and from the airport beoame a major problem. The distance to the airport is fortunately only two and one half miles. A trip is made about every 2 0 minutes so...
    • 2008-8-073
    • Rains, Ranches

    • chimneys; stone; mountains;
    • "James P. Rains was killed and burned in this cabin by the Sheepeater Indians. The chimney still stands. This incident occurred in September, 1879 about 2 miles above Mackay Bar on the south fork of the Salmon River, 116 miles from Grangeville."
    • Payette River

    • Payette River; Idaho Northern; Bank's Ranch
    • Payette River, obstructed by blasting in construction of Idaho Northern grade, at left. Two Miles below Bank's Ranch
    • 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.
    • Control Gates on the Main Canal

    • irrigation systems; rivers; dams; canals;
    • North Side Canal. Control gates on the Main Canal. 3 1/2 miles below the headgates. Northwest view.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • Farm Buildings

    • Agricultural facilities; Barns
    • Joseph Uhlenkott's family and farm workers in front of a barn on the farm about eight miles from Fenn, Idaho.
    • 77.144.28
    • Snake River, Cowboys

    • Cattle herding; Cowboys
    • Cowboys herding cattle at Con Shea's Watering Hole in Owyhee County, about two miles above the Guffey Railroad Bridge.
    • 1133
    • ITD_01145

    • Dedication of the Blackfoot - Idaho Falls - Bassett section of I-15, 38.6 miles completed October, 1962. cost $13.790.000. (Governor Smylie, right)
    • 10/31/1962
    • Mining Machinery (Boilers)

    • Horse teams; Miners; Mining equipment; Mining; Ore industry; Carts & wagons; Boilers;
    • General Roberts' boiler in transit from Weiser to Warren, Idaho, to be used for the dredge in Warren's placer mines. View taken at (old) Meadows "Racing Park" 95 miles south of Grangeville, Idaho. J. A. Hansen photo, Grangeville.
    • Home of George Davis

    • dwellings; farms
    • Home of George Davis; 2 miles west of Boise City. B/W illustration
    • Company 603 - Camp Upper Beaver

    • Camps; Tents; Forests; Wooden buildings; Pines; Mountains
    • Camp Upper Beaver, summer of 1936, about 4 miles from Pierce, Idaho. Bird's-eye view of the camp.
    • Ferries, White Bird

    • ferries; rivers; log construction
    • The Curtis Ferry on the Salmon River, 18 miles south of Grangeville, Idaho.
    • Arrastras, Mining Machinery

    • mining; mining equipment ;waterwheels; mills; logs;
    • Sam Dellinger's arrastra, near Dixie, Idaho, 82 miles east of Grangeville.
    • Bridges, Clearwater River

    • bridges; horses; horseback riding;
    • Ten miles east of Grangeville lies the principal Clearwater river crossing for roads leading to the mining districts of Newsome, Elk City, Oro Grange, Moose Creek, Deadwood, Red River and Buffalo Hump.Two women riding side saddle are in the...


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