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    • Yellow Jacket Mining and Milling Company (Lemhi County, Idaho) records

    • Mines and mineral resources-Idaho-Lemhi County-History-Sources. --Mining corporations-Idaho-Lemhi County-Records.
    • Superintendent's report of boarding houses at mines and mills, costs of production, number of employees, costs of employees, payroll information, mining plats, mineral surveys, and maps.
    • MS304
    • Wallace, William Henson collection

    • Washington (State)-Politics and government-History-Sources. --Idaho-Politics and government-History-Sources.
    • Letters (1861-1863) relate to activities in the Puget Sound region of Washington Territory, for which Wallace served as a delegate in the U.S. Congress. Letters (1864-1865), written during Wallace's term as territorial delegate from Idaho, concern...
    • MS140
    • Tin Lizzie Derby (F)

    • Automobile driving; Automobile racing; Automobile rallies; Vehicles; Leisure; Racetracks; Grandstands; Crowds; Sports spectators;
    • Race car number nine takes the checkered flag in front of a crowded grand stand.
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    • Street Railway

    • street-railroads; tracks; railroads
    • Boise Valley Railway Company number 101. Hillcrest Loop. Fairview Avenue.
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    • Street Railroads 7

    • street-railroads; tracks; roads; houses
    • Boise Rapid Transit System car Number 45 traveling north on Thirteenth Street approaching the corner of North Thirteenth and Ada.
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    • Street Railroads 2

    • railroads; coaches; cable railroads
    • Boise Valley Interurban Railway Work Engine Number 99 and work cars.
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    • Street Railroads 13

    • coaches; street-railroads
    • Boise and Interurban Railway car. Scene inside car barn at Pierce Park showing end of wrecked car Number 1. Wreck was a head-on collision near old packing shed at Eagle. Motor man W. Cox was killed.
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    • Street Railroads 12

    • coaches; street-railroads
    • Boise and Interurban Railway car. Scene inside car barn at Pierce Park showing end of wrecked car Number 3. Wreck was a head-on collision near old packing shed at Eagle. Motor man W. Cox was killed.
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    • Street Railroads 11

    • street-railroads; coaches; railroads; trains
    • Boise and Interurban Railway car on Number 9 on Tenth Street. "Belt Line."
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    • Street Railroads 1

    • railroads; coaches; cable railroads
    • Boise Valley Interurban Railway Work Engine Number 99 and crew.
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    • Street Railroads

    • railroads; coaches; cable railroads
    • Boise Valley Interurban Railway Work Engine Number 99 and crew.
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    • Proclamation - D. W. Ballard - Legislative Sessions & Elections

    • Proclamations; Governors; Political elections; Legislative bodies; Tenure of office; Documents;
    • A proclamation by Governor David W. Ballard announcing the creation of biennial legislative assemblies. Terms of office for and number of legislators.
    • AR1TerrRecsFolder25
    • Prisoner of War Camp Number

    • wars; idenfication signs;
    • John David Rogge Sr. was born July 14, 1920, in Payette, Idaho. While helping Morrison Knudson to build an airbase on Wake Island, he, along with many others, was captured by the Japanese in 1941. The correspondence in the collection is mainly to...
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    • Poison Creek Spike Camp - Camp View

    • Camps; Tents; Conservation and restoration; Prairies;
    • Poison Creek Spike Camp consists of 15 tents. Average number of men on duty each day, 34. Main project Poison Creek Truck Trail.
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    • 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


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    • Idaho State Penitentiary
    • Group Photo number 2 yard cannery building (demolished July 1996). table Rock Jay Cees refurbishing toys for Toys for Tots program. L to R: Bill Butcher, "Dutch" Earl Carver, Doug ____, in S. Anthony with sharp, ____, worked as clerk in Chapel,...
    • P5002-2-1
    • Owyhee Mines

    • Mining; Miners; Mining equipment; Mining camps; Ore industry;
    • Mine and Mill Buildings at the Oro Fino Mine on War Eagle Mountain near Silver City in Owyhee County. Photo was taken 1866. The Oro Fino Mine was discovered in August 1863. The mine was worked for a number of years by J. Marion More and David...
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    • Montpelier Railroads

    • railroads; railroad cars; townscapes
    • Roundhouse in foreground. Repair shops and buildings in background. Locomotive Number 800. Union Pacific and Oregon Shortline cars.
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    • Mercier, Laurie papers

    • Idaho's ethnic heritiage. --Basque Americans-Idaho. --Blacks-Idaho. --Chinese Americans-Idaho. --Japanese Americans-Idaho. --Jews-Idaho. --Mexican Americans-Idaho. --Indians of North America-Idaho.
    • Correspondence, miscellanoues publications, drafts, and notes assembled by Mercier for a three volume publication entitled Idaho's Ethnic Heritiage.
    • MS162

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