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    • Rescue Mine, Warren, Mines

    • Adits; Mine railroad cars; Mine railroads; Miners; Mining equipment; Mining; Mining equipment; Ore industry; Clothing & dress; Barrels;
    • Portal of tunnel at the Rescue Mine near Warren in Idaho County, Idaho.This photo shows twelve miners and one dog posed at the mine entrance. Notice the variety of work clothing and hats. Mine timbers for shoring up the underground workings lie in...
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    • Ostner, Charles Leopold papers

    • Artists-Idaho.
    • Pencil and watercolor works depicting a variety of themes, and two large canvas works on western themes.
    • MS71
    • 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
    • Kuna, Idaho Street View

    • roads; views; towns; townscapes;
    • On left: Woods Meat Market, E. Fiss Livery Barn, Lilloquist Variety Store, Martin Lumber & Bank, and Teed Office and millinery. On right: Neglay Hotel, printing office, Christensen Hardware (?), Neglay & Fiss - - Kuna Merc.
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    • Vale, Oregon -Street Scenes (B)

    • Streets; Cities & towns; Stone buildings; Automobiles
    • The street is decorated with flags and banners. Many businesses can be identified including: Daley's Market, Green Parrot Cafe, Rex Theatre, Variety Store, and Vale Hotel.
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    • Chinese placer miners at work

    • Mining equipment; Miners; Gold miners; Clothing & dress;
    • Unidentified miners working at the Royal Placer at Rocky Bar, Elmore County, Idaho. The picture shows gold panning in progress. Note the variety of hats and clothing worn by the men. Circa 1900.
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    • Dwellings, Thunder Mountain

    • Cabins; Miners; Wooden buildings; Women; Dogs; Clothing & dress;
    • Six men and one woman are posed in front of a log cabin. A variety of men's clothing is represented. Earl Willson identifies the black woman as "Mandy" and the black man as "Brown Gravy Sam." Possibly Roosevelt.
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