Part of personnel of marking board. Reading from left to right: R.Y. Stuart (Washington D.C.) O.M. Butler (Ogden), "Granny"; E.A. Grandjean, Supervisor, Boise N.F. Taken at Supervisor Grandjean's home in Boise
Lewis and Clark Survey, Idaho Forest Highway Route 16. District File No.15054. Looking down Lochsa River from mouth of Tomcat Creek. Note restricted, boulder strewn channel and drift logs. Station 944. Taken September 9, 1940.
Memoirs; correspondence of the Abbott family; correspondence of the Montgomery family of Rupert, Idaho; genealogical material; yearbooks and newspapers from Rupert, Mountain Home, and Boise, Idaho, high schools, and Boise Junior College; minutes...
Page 20: Bun Phay, left, is operating a Magnuflux machine
used to detect minute cracks in vital engine parts thus cutting possible
engine failure to a minimum. Three of the mechanics have taken special
training in the operation of this machine from...
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Flight Supervisor, at work in the War Training Service office at the
Asotin County Airport. Doug Balsillie, Maintenance Supervisor, was
at Pullman when this picture was taken.
Formerly Camp Winthrop. Name changed to Camp Three Forks in 1867. MIdahoway between Silver City and Cliffs, Idaho. South side of South Mountain. Coppinger on Cannon. Taken 1866-1868 by a Silver City photographer. From Mrs. A. C. Lee, Boise.