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    • Skis and Skiing, Warrens, Idaho

    • Mining camps; Snow; Skiing; Wooden buildings; Wooden sidewalks; Men; Postal service;
    • William Borden "Sheepherder Bill" carried mail from Warrens to Thunder Mountain. Bill Patterson storekeeper & postmaster at right, 1897.

    • Idaho State Penitentiary
    • White Building is Administration Building. Grey building on Right is #2 Cell House. Automobile Gate at Left.
    • 75-2-72-a
    • Boise Life Lines 2

    • associations
    • When Dr. H. E. Dedman (left) and Hank (Arnold L.) Heneke (right) Hillcrest pro, came in off the Country Club golf course, they were signed up to be blood donors by Mrs. D. R. Wooters (center left) and Miss Delphine Aldecoa.

    • Idaho State Penitentiary
    • Wardens and Guards in front of Iron Gate at Old Pen. Man on far right is Warden Chart Arney and next to him is Tom Martin deputy
    • 75-56-1
    • Overland Hotel 6

    • hotels; hotelkeepers
    • View of hotel from opposite corner of 8th and Main; gathering of men on walk, 3 waiters in aprons, delivery wagon on right.
    • Tunnel, De Lamar Mine, Owyhee District

    • Mining; Tunnels; Rocks; Miners
    • Underground mine opening (could be a stope) at the De Lamar Mine, Owyhee County, Idaho. Note the lack of timber or other types of underground support and the miner standing on the right.
    • Thunder Mountain, Idaho

    • Mining camps; Cabins; Dogs;
    • Two couples, and their dogs, in front of a wooden cabin in the Thunder Mountain region. Woman on right is Lenny Charters who later moved to Atlanta and lived for many years.
    • Wagon Wheel Jammed

    • Wagon; Horses; Men; Logs
    • Trucking down Nelson Creek. An accident with load of 2000 ft. Wheel jammed against bar on turn. Notice disposal of water to right of road
    • Miners, Silver City, Idaho

    • Miners; Mining camps
    • Trade Dollar Mine at Dewey in Owyhee County, Idaho. Crews from both the day and night shifts are outside the Blaine Tunnel. Photo taken May 1900. "Big Bill Haywood" in front row, fourth from right. Elisha Lewis of Silver City and Boise identifies...
    • Street Railroads 6

    • street-railroads; tracks; cityscapes
    • Trackage on Bannock Street looking east between Seventh and Eighth Street. Passenger Depot visible at right.
    • Nez Perce Indians

    • Nez Percé; treaties; Native American;
    • Three Nez Perce at the time of the 1863 Treaty negotiations. On left is Timothy. White men (left to right): unidentified, Robert Newell, Perrin Whitman, unidentified. Lawyer is Indian in center. On right is Jason. This was the Pe-Lumptk or...
    • 1915 Water Rights

    • documents; water rights;
    • This document gave the holder the right to divert water for irrigation after October 20, 1911.
    • Sugar Purchase Certificate

    • wars; ration books;
    • This certificate authorized School District 36 to purchase 106 pounds of sugar. During World War II, food and other goods were in short supply. For instance, canned foods were shipped overseas for the military. Gasoline and tire rationing limited...
    • Territorial Capitol, Central School, Courthouse

    • public buildings; schools; courthouses; capitols; streetscapes; wagons; penny-farthings; bicycles; carriages; horses; people; exterior views; architecture; engravings
    • The Idaho Capitol, Boise, 1886. From 'Marvels of the New West' by William M. Thayer. p. 348. Published 1887. Central School, left, 1881. Ada County Courthouse, right, 1882. See file folder for copy of engraving.
    • First women to serve in Idaho Legislature

    • government employees; women; representatives; group portraits
    • The first women to serve in the Idaho Legislature: Mrs. Mary Wright, Kootenai County; (left) Mrs. Hattie Noble, Boise County; (right) Mrs. Clara Pamelia Campbell, Ada County. Fifth Session, 1898-99.
    • Idaho Legislature - First women

    • Legislators; Women; Clothing & dress; Dresses; Hairstyles; Politicians;
    • The first women to serve in the Idaho Legislature: Mrs. Mary Wright, Kootenai County (back); Mrs. Hattie Noble, Boise County (left); Mrs. Clara Pamelia Campbell, Ada County (right). Fifth Session, 1898-99
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    • Album, Mapping Mount Borah

    • Mountains; Map making; Panoramic views; Horseback riding; Horses;
    • The Chief (Lee Morrison) on Skelly atop the bench land hills above the Thousand Springs Valley. In the background the Peak of Mount Borah stands out boldly. Mystery Peak to the right under the clouds.
    • P1998-12-28
    • Caswell Brothers of Thunder Mountain

    • Miners; Prospecting
    • The Caswell brothers in their cabin. The Caswell brothers discovered gold at Thunder Mountain in Valley County. The discovery of gold at Thunder Mountain initiated a massive rush to the area in the late 1890's. Left to right: Lew, Ben, Dan based...


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