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    • 8th Street Boise

    • streets; streetscapes; covered wagons
    • Wagon train in front of Falk's Store. 8th and Main Streets.
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    • Army Reserves

    • Militias; Military uniforms; Military personnel; Military officers; Railroads;
    • Idaho Army Reserves boarding a train to leave Boise.
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    • Boise Freight and Freightage

    • residential districts; wagons; horses; freighting; dwellings
    • Wagon train going down residential street. South side of Franklin between 9th and 10th.
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    • Caldwell Railroad Station

    • trains; railroads; railroad yards; rail transportation buildings; rail transit systems; rail transportation structures; railroad cars; railroad stations;
    • New Steel train fast mail O.S.L. Railway
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    • Company ""F"", 8th Ammunition Train

    • military personnel; military bases; military training buildings; military training camps;
    • A large photograph of Company ""F"" 8th Ammunition Train at Camp Lee in Virginia on December 4, 1918.
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    • Freight & Freightage, De Lamar, Idaho

    • Shipping; Carts & wagons; Mules; Muleteers; Mining equipment; Mining camps; Wooden buildings; Horses; Horseback riding;
    • Mule-drawn wagon train in the lower part of the town of De Lamar, on Jordan Creek, Owyhee County, Idaho. On ground, Eddie Morgan, nampa. on horseback, Bob Grant, father of donor. Copied from photo loaned by Earl Grant, Boise.
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    • Glenns Ferry, Idaho (B)

    • Railroads; Cities & towns; Stores & shops; Streets; Railroad locomotives;
    • A panoramic view of a railroad train pulling into downtown Glenns Ferry, Idaho.
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    • Idaho Central - Trains

    • trains; railroad cars; railroads
    • First train into Boise, Idaho, September 5, 1887. Photo taken near the site of the Boise Union Pacific Depot. This train ran from Nampa to Boise. Image: Group of men standing on a flat railway car, steam engine to the left.
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    • ITD_08361

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    • Steam train in background 2 snow plows clearing highway in foreground.
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    • Marian Anderson, Singer (D)

    • Music; Singers; Fur coats; Hats; Clothing & dress; Railroads;
    • Marian Anderson, singer (women in hats and furs) arriving at the Boise Train Depot.
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    • Mining Machinery 11

    • Mining; Miners; Mining equipment; Ore industry;
    • Ore train, Bunker Hill Mine. Miners are shown loading an ore car inside the mine.
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    • Nampa Subway Site (B)

    • Automobile equipment & supplies stores; Automobile driving; Automobiles; Automobile repair; Street lights; Traffic signs & signals; Streets; Stores & shops; Vehicles; Cityscapes;
    • Nampa subway site. (Nampa street scenes from roof top). A busy street lined with cars and trucks of the early thirties. Train cars are are on the crossing in the back ground. Cooks Garage, Dance Casino, Lucas Second Hand Store, and Turner Auto...
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    • Pack Transportation, Grangeville

    • townscapes; storefronts; stores; packers; horses; wagons;
    • The McDaniels pack train loaded with provisions for the Jumbo Mine at Buffalo Hump.
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    • Boise Basin Quilters' Quilt Inventory

    • quilts
    • The Collection includes a history sheet (or sheets) for each quilt along with an image of the quilt. There are also three boxes of slides that feature several photographs of each quilt.
    • MS833
    • Pocatello Railroads

    • railroads; industrial engineers; transportation engineers
    • Train is said to be the last narrow gauge train over Utah and Northern into Pocatello.
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    • Railroad Station

    • railroad stations; railroads; passenger trains
    • Minidoka Train Station.
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