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    • Hart, Hiram A. papers

    • Trade-unions-Musicians-Idaho-Boise-Records.
    • Correspondence and records of Hiram A. Hart as secretary of the Musicians Protective Association of Boise, Idaho, Local 537 of the American Federation of Musicians; a directory (1927) of musicians in Local 537; correspondence with Joe N. Weber,...
    • MS231
    • Creation of the Idaho Territory

    • territorial records; territories;
    • This is the act that was signed by President Lincoln on March 4, 1863 creating the Idaho Territory.
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    • School at Horseshoe Bend

    • schools; schoolhouses; school yards; classrooms; children;
    • The school in Horseshoe Bend in 1907 was located in the south end of town on a flat between the president highway and the bridge.
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    • Silver Smelter, Bunker Hill Mine

    • Mining; Smelters; Silver;
    • Standing behind two 16-bar pallets of silver bars especially cast for the Idaho Historical Society are (l to r) Chas. E. Schwab, president; A.Y. Bethune, manager of metallurgy; and J.M. Haivala, general manager, all of the Bunker Hill Company,...
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    • Reber, Daniel papers

    • Mining corporations-Idaho-Mountain Home-Records. --General stores-Idaho-Mountain Home. --Mountain Home (Idaho)-Commerce-History-Sources.
    • Correspondence and financial records of companies managed by Reber, including the Golden King Mining and Milling Company; Crown Point Gold Mining Company; Daley Consolidated Mines Company; and the Helfrich Mercantile Company, all of Mountain Home,...
    • MS133
    • Banner Mining and Milling Company Records

    • Mines and mineral resources-Idaho-Owhyee County-History-Sources. Mining corporations-Idaho-Owyhee County-Records.
    • Business records (1905-1938). Reports of operations (1903-1909), bullion reports (1892-1920), and property maps of the Trade Dollar Consolidated Mining and Milling Company, which Banner Mining president, Peter Steele, acquired in 1923. Reports of...
    • MS97
    • Banner Mining and Milling Company records

    • Mines and mineral resources-Idaho-Owhyee County-History-Sources. --Mining corporations-Idaho-Owyhee County-Records.
    • Business records (1905-1938). Reports of operations (1903-1909), bullion reports (1892-1920), and property maps of the Trade Dollar Consolidated Mining and Milling Company, which Banner Mining president, Peter Steele, acquired in 1923. Reports of...
    • MS97
    • Ridenbaugh, W. H. papers

    • Lumber trade-Idaho-Boise-History-Sources.
    • Ledger (1916-1923), letterpress book (1909-1914), and cash book (1915-1923) of the W.H. Ridenbaugh Lumber Company of Boise. Idaho; and private ledgers (1901-1907, 1909-1911) of Mary E. Ridenbaugh, a portion of which deal with her term as...
    • MS167
    • John T. Morgan Papers

    • Lawyers-Idaho-Boise-Records and correspondence. Idaho-Politics and government-History-Sources. Boise (Idaho)-History-Sources.
    • Political, business, and legal correspondence (1864-1890); legal opinions.
    • MS18
    • Chalfant, Frank, Sr. papers

    • Lawyers-Idaho-Boise-Records and correspondence. --Liquor laws-Idaho-History-Sources.
    • Miscellaneous legal papers including the Idaho Construction and Building Company's articles of incorporation; indentures and agreements; Supreme Court briefs and transcripts of appeal; two scrapbooks (1940s) concerning the controversy over liquor...
    • MS143
    • Transcript of interview with James E. Risch and Vicki Risch, 11-21-2006

    • 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...
    • OH2498b_transcript
    • Index of interview with James E. Risch and Vicki Risch, 11-21-2006

    • 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...
    • OH2498b_index
    • Transcript of interview with Cecil Andrus, 08-18-2005

    • Governors--Idaho. --Education--Idaho. --United States. Dept. of the Interior--Officials and employees. --Idaho State Capitol (Boise, Idaho). --Andrus, Cecil D., 1931-.
    • In his interview with Claire Steven in August 2005, former Idaho Governor Cecil Andrus offered his memories of the Idaho State Capitol and his work as governor, state legislator, and U.S. Secretary of Interior. He was in the State Senate from 1961...
    • OH2459_transcript
    • Index of interview with Cecil Andrus, 08-18-2005

    • Governors--Idaho. --Education--Idaho. --United States. Dept. of the Interior--Officials and employees. --Idaho State Capitol (Boise, Idaho). --Andrus, Cecil D., 1931-.
    • In his interview with Claire Steven in August 2005, former Idaho Governor Cecil Andrus offered his memories of the Idaho State Capitol and his work as governor, state legislator, and U.S. Secretary of Interior. He was in the State Senate from 1961...
    • OH2459_index
    • Dredges, Mining Machinery, Boise Basin

    • Dredges; Dredging; Mining; Gold dredging; Gold mining; Wooden buildings; Mud ; Mining equipment;
    • Close connected bucketline dredge owned and operated by the Bed Rock Dredging Company near Placerville, Idaho in 1898-1899. The dredge was named the H W Lippencott after the company president Howard Lippencott. The Bed Rock Dredging Company was a...
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    • President Truman Condolence Document

    • document; wars; military personnel;
    • This document was intended for the family of Sergeant First Class Joe B. Carter, who died in military operations in Korea on September 4, 1950.
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