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    • Boise Theater

    • Theaters; Theater audiences; Motion picture theaters; Motion picture audiences; Motion picture posters; Stores & shops; Automobiles; Advertising; Electric signs;
    • A great photo of a very busy sidewalk as Movie goers line up for the feature, "Return to Payton Place", at the Boise Theater. Dozens of neon signs crowd the buildings lining this section of the street.
    • Pierce Idaho Courthouse

    • courthouses; jails; buildings; towns
    • "Old jail in Pierce city. First jail built in Idaho. All the logs for this building were hauled on hand sleds one winter in the early [eighteen] sixties. In this picture it is seen as a Residence but the hold from one of the cells can bee seen in...

    • CAA War Training Service
    • Page 5: This is an aerial close-up of the Airport and buildings. Between the main building and the large hangar may be seen 20 Cubs used for Elementary training. The left of the main building is the line of Fairchild trainers used for Intermediate...
    • 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...
    • First State Legislature of Idaho (B)

    • Legislators; Statehood; State government; Statesmen; Portrait photographs; Portraits; Posing; Government officials; Government officials; Politicians;
    • This is a group photo of Idaho's first state legislature, with each legislator's name listed at the bottom. There are fifty-three men in the picture.

    • CAA War Training Service
    • Page 10: Aerial view of Blum's Dude Ranch on the West slope of the Bitterroot Mountains. Elk, Deer, Bear, Goat, and Fish are plentiful. On the white line to the left of the picture is an airport that we use many times.
    • Boise Bridge (B)

    • Bridges; Streets; Canals; Dwellings; Trees; Utility poles; Billboards; Cigarettes; Advertisements; Advertising; Automobiles; Fences; Signs (Notices); Outbuildings;
    • This picture shows a bridge crossing the Ridenbaugh Canal in Boise. A car is on the bridge. Next to the bridge is a billboard advertising Camel cigarettes. In the background are homes along the street. The canal is dry and the trees do not have...
    • Dry Creek Rodeo (C)

    • rodeos; horses; Broncos; horseback riding; automobiles; fences; corrals; hills; people; cowboys; cowboy hats; cowboy boots; trees
    • This picture shows a cowboy riding a bucking bronco at the Dry Creek Rodeo at the Riley Ranch near Horseshoe Bend, Idaho, north of Boise. Another horse and rider are in the arena ready to assist. Several cars and trucks are on the outside of the...
    • Tin Lizzie Derby (C)

    • Automobiles; Automobile racing; Automobile racing drivers; Automobile driving; Fairs; Utility poles; Stadiums; Racetracks; Racing; Racing automobiles;
    • This picture shows several old race cars (tin lizzies) lined up to start a race at the old fairgrounds on Fairview Avenue. Hundreds of spectators are in the stands next to the racetrack. Part of the stands is covered. Light poles stand along the...
    • Mose Splawn

    • gold; mining, mines; biography; miners; portraits;
    • Last surviving member of the Grimes party which discovered gold in Boise Basin in 1862. This picture was taken in November 1921 at the age of approximately 90 years. Mr. Splawn was within six feet of George Grimes when the latter was mortally...


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