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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
    • Meridian, Idaho - Street Views

    • Automobile service stations; Automobiles; Pickup Trucks; Utility poles;
    • Pickups and cars are parked next to Herbs Ice Cream and a grocery store on the right. On the left is the Veltex gas station, hardware store, bar, and others.
    • William P. Estes

    • blacksmithing; blacksmiths;
    • Exterior of Wm. P. Estes' shop, 16th & Main; Wm. P. Estes at left, others unidentified.
    • Boise Blacksmithing 2

    • blacksmithing; blacksmiths; horseshoeing
    • William P. Estes, 16th and Main Street William P. Estes at left, others Unidentified.
    • Spalding, Idaho - Cemeteries

    • cemeteries; Christian clergy; missionaries;
    • Spalding Monument, Spalding, Idaho. Spalding Unit, Nez Perce National Historical Park. In memoriam Rev. Henry Harmon Spalding (1803-1874) and his wife Eliza Hart Spalding (1808-1851) pioneers, missionaries, founders of Industry, Education,...
    • McCall, Idaho - Street Scenes

    • Cities & towns; streets; Stores & shops; Automobiles; Trucks
    • View of downtown McCall business district. Hotels, cafes, bars, hardware, drug store, and others.
    • Cowboys - Johny Percell and Others

    • cowboys; camping
    • "Pioneers of Castle Creek" at Silver City. Left to right: Johny Percell, Fred Graves, Eugene Howe, Rose Slack, Thad Porter, Rufus Fletcher, William Hearst, Thomas Beggs, Bill Davis, Frank McMahon.
    • 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.
    • Downtown Parade (E)

    • Cowgirls; Horses; Stores & shops; Parades & processions;
    • Two cowgirls ride past the Hemenway and Moser store. Spectators watch from the upper floor windows while others line the street.
    • Boise Blacksmithing 3

    • horseshoeing; blacksmithing; blacksmiths
    • William P. Estes, 16th and Main Street William P. Estes at left, others Unidentified.
    • Leo J. Falk & Others

    • men; airplanes; aeronautics
    • 1. Leo J. Falk Idaho(state)2. Gov. H.C. Baldridge 3. Mayor Walter F. Hansen Idaho(state)4. Charles A. Lindbergh in Boise. Plane "Spirit of Saint Louis" in background. Image is signed "C. A. Lindbergh."
    • 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...
    • 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...
    • Dancing, De Lamar, Idaho

    • Mining camps; Dance parties; Women; Costumes;
    • Group in costume to do Sailor's Hornpipe. Cordelia Farrer is on the back row far right. Others unidentified.
    • Nez Perce gold mines trails 1860-67

    • Mining; trails & paths; gold mining
    • Gold Mine Trails are hand drawn on National Forest maps. Trails include Nez Perce Trail, Elk City Trail, Milner Trail and others.
    • Annie Laurie Bird papers

    • Nampa Land Improvement Company. --Idaho free press. --Authors, American-Idaho-Records and correspondence. --Poetry-Idaho. --Abstracts of title-Idaho. --Nampa (Idaho)-History-Sources.
    • Typescripts of articles; correspondence (1919-1972); clipping file of articles appearing in the Idaho Free Press, Nampa; photocopies of the poetry of Idaho poets Ogal Alla, Ethel Hopper, Della Adams Leitner, Pearl Kirk, and others; papers relating...
    • MS369
    • Ezra Meeker & Others

    • Nature; natural landscapes;
    • With relics collected at site of Sinker Creek Massacre. Jake Ruebens, Ezra Meeker, Bob Limbert, & Major J. W. Burns. Objects are in the Idaho State Historical Musuem in Boise.


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