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    • Franklin R. Coffin papers

    • Holbrook, Henrietta Coffin. --Holbrook, Lucius Ray. --Coffin, Franklin R., 1840-1920. --Panama-Pacific International Exposition (1915 : San Francisco, Calif.) --Idaho City (Idaho)-History. --Warren (Idaho)-History. --Florence (Idaho)-History....
    • Scrapbooks and newspaper clippings concerning Franklin R. Coffin, Henrietta Coffin Holbrook, and Lucius Ray Holbrook, all of Boise, Idaho. Also includes biographical information, speeches and one letter. Speeches concern Florence, Warren and Idaho...
    • MS521
    • Clarkson, J.R. papers

    • Clarkson family. --Mines and mineral resources-Idaho-Valley County. --Stibnite (Idaho)-History. --Yellowpine (Idaho)-History. --Hi Henry Coal Mine (Idaho) --Horseshoe Bend (Idaho)-History.
    • Materials concerning Clarkson family biography and the Horseshoe Bend (Idaho) townsite and the ambulance company; photographs of family members, the Horseshoe Bend area, the Bradley Mining Company operations in Stibnite and Yellowpine, Idaho, and...
    • MS239
    • Bank Building - Boise

    • Buildings; Banks
    • Idaho First National Bank building in Boise, Idaho. Empire Hardware Company is located on the first floor.
    • P62-20-0001a
    • View - Boise

    • Buildings; Cityscape photographs; Streets;
    • View of downtown Boise looking southwest from the Idaho State Capitol building. Business shown include Standard Furniture Company, Syms-York Company and the Pinney Theater.
    • P62-20-0002
    • View - Boise

    • Buildings; Cityscape photographs; Streets
    • View of downtown Boise looking northwest from the Idaho State Capitol building
    • P62-20-0003
    • Pile of Ties

    • Railroad ties; Mr. I. R. Smith; S&S Co.
    • Pile of Tamarack ties cut 32 years ago and left in woods. Ties show decay of this species. Mr. I.R. Smith of the S&S Co. to left of ties.
    • Boise High School boys' basketball team

    • Sports; Sport clothes; Basketball; Athletes;
    • Boise High School boys' basketball team, showing five players in uniform and two adults dressed in suit and tie. The middle player in the front row holds a basketball, marked BHS 10-11 between his knees.
    • P62-20-0039a
    • Boise High School girls' basketball team

    • Athletes; Sports; Basketball; Sport clothes;
    • Boise High School girls' basketball team, showing eight players in uniform and one man in suit and tie. The players have the letters "BHS" marked on each shoulder. A basketball marked" BHS Champions ISL 10-11" sits in the foreground.
    • P62-20-0052
    • Stack of Railroad Ties

    • Railroad ties; Men
    • Skidway of R.R. ties on the S.&S. Co., tie sale, Sec. 19, T14N, R3E, BM (Boise Meridian)
    • Boise High School football team

    • Football; Sports; Sport clothes; Football players; Stadiums;
    • Boise High School freshman football team, showing 28 young men in uniform and two in street clothes. They are arranged in three rows with the back row standing, middle row kneeling and front row sitting cross-legged on a football field with...
    • P62-20-0053a
    • Boise High School public school field

    • Sports & recreation facilities;
    • Entrance of the public school field used by Boise High School. Designed in a Spanish style with stucco walls and tile roof, the entry has two ticket windows and ornate iron gate. Located near corner of Broadway and Warm Springs avenues.
    • P62-20-0059
    • Charles P. McCarthy Papers

    • Lawyers-Idaho-Boise-Records and correspondence. Idaho-Politics and government-History-Sources. Boise (Idaho)-History-Sources. Ada County (Idaho)-History-Sources.
    • Includes two college notebooks dealing with property law (1901-1902); notes, pamphlets, financial papers and day books (1905-1909); correspondence including letters from W.E. Borah, D. Worth Clark, and C.C. Cavanah; legal papers (1909-1911)...
    • MS9
    • Boise High School girls' tumbling team

    • Sports; Gymnastics; Gymnasts; Sport clothes;
    • Members of the Boise High School girls' tumbling team spell out the word "BOISE." The eleven team members are dressed in sports uniforms and are standing in front of the main entrance to Boise High School.
    • P62-20-0072s
    • James H. Hawley Papers

    • Horsley, Albert E., 1866-1954. Gooding, Frank R. (Frank Robert), 1859-1928. Steunenberg, Frank, 1861-1905-Assassination. Haywood, Big Bill, 1869-1928. Moyer, Charles H. defendant. Swain, W. S. McParland, James. Idaho. Governor (1905-1908 : Gooding)
    • The "Pinkerton Papers" involves the investigation of the murder of Governor Steunenberg with the intent of proving the guilt of the leaders of the Western Federation of Miners and covers the period January 1906 - August 1907. Investigative reports...
    • MS12
    • Index of interview with Charles R. Young, 12-18-2001

    • World War, 1939-1945--European Theater--Personal narratives.
    • In his December 2001 interview with Amy Racham and Chelsea Crawford, Charles R. Young offered his memories of World War II. Young served in the U.S. Army Air Corps in the 1940s, training in the United States and serving in the European Theater.
    • OH1504
    • C.H. Lingenfelter papers

    • National Council of Mothers. --Idaho-Politics and government-History-Sources.
    • Correspondence (1902-1912); scrapbook and other material relating primarily to Lingenfelter as U.S. Attorney for Idaho. Correspondents include Frank R. Gooding, William E. Borah, W.B. Heyburn and James F. Ailshie. Additional materials relate to...
    • MS63
    • Great Thunder Mountain gold fields, Idaho Co., Idaho

    • Mining
    • Blueprint. Inset: Map showing routes to Thunder Mountain. Scale [1:1,647,360]. "Thunder Mountain gold fields are reached only via Boise, Ketchum, Mackay, Red Rock or Weiser, all good outfitting points on the Oregon Short Line R.R."
    • Buffalo Hump, Mines

    • mining; miners; clothing; hats;
    • Some of the original locators of Buffalo Hump. Front row left to right: C. Cone, J. D. Stantial, M. Gilbert, C. I. Flock, T. Plummer, L. Holywood, A. F. Schultz, L. Smith. 2nd row: J. P. Lefler, R. W. Hawley, F. Dorris, C. Robbins, R. F. Carney,...


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