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    • Boise Water Corporation records

    • Water resources development-Idaho-Boise-History-Sources. --Water resources development-Idaho-Kellogg-History-Sources.
    • Correspondence, minutes, financial records, and general business records of Boise Water Corporation, Boise, Idaho, plus earlier andsubsidiary companies, including the Boise Artesian Water company, Overland Water Company, Natatorium Company, and the...
    • MS395
    • Camp Givens,  G-145 - Water project

    • Bridges; Water supply; Conservation and restoration; Equipment; Men; Springs
    • The men are working on the water source used to supply cement water troughs placed for livestock.
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    • AR0202 Ada County Water Rights

    • Water Rights, Ada County, County Records, Idaho Territory
    • Series includes recorded filings and requests related to water rights in Ada County, Idaho Territory
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    • Twin Springs Mines

    • Mining; Mining equipment; Water supply; Water use; Pipes (Conduits);
    • Siphon tube over the Boise River ca. 1900. Near Twin Springs. The tube carried water that was used for placer mining at Twin Springs.
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    • 1915 Water Rights

    • documents; water rights;
    • This document gave the holder the right to divert water for irrigation after October 20, 1911.
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    • John E. Hayes reports and correspondence

    • Surveying-Idaho-Twin Falls-History-Sources. --Water resources development-Idaho-Twin Falls Region-History-Sources.
    • Relating to survey work for the Twin Falls North Side Land and Water Company, Idaho; most of the correspondence is with Paul S.A. Bickel, chief engineer.
    • MS559
    • Camp Givens,  G-145 - Cement Water Troughs

    • Automobiles; Irrigation; Reclamation of land; Watering troughs;
    • Camp G-145, Marsing, Idaho. Cement water troughs manufactured and placed for livestock by the Civilian Conservation Corps. Geo. Bullock was Camp Superintendent.
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    • Logs in Shallow Water

    • Forest; River
    • Logs in shallow water of South Fork, "winging up" 3/4 mile above Wetzel's Bridge
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    • Camp Givens,  G-145 - Cement Water Troughs 1

    • Industry; Watering troughs; Men; Concrete; Clothing and dress; Workshops;
    • Camp G-145, Marsing, Idaho. One step in the manufacturing process of cement water troughs. Men are assembling a concrete form.
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    • Nampa, Idaho - Street Scenes

    • Churches; Water towers; Stores & shops; Automobiles; Hotels
    • Nampa, Statesman Anniversary Edition. The dome of the Dewey Palace Hotel is just past the two water towers.
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    • Twin Falls Land and Water Company Records

    • Irrigation-Idaho-Twin Falls-History-Sources
    • General correspondence; private files of executive officers; payroll account books; and other financial records of a company organized under the Carey Act in 1903, first to build canals and laterals and act as a land office and later to maintain...
    • MS114
    • Nyssa, Oregon- Street Scenes

    • Streets; Automobiles; Automobile service stations; Churches; Water towers; Advertisements; Panoramic photographs;
    • Nyssa, Oregon, Statesman Anniversary Edition, July, Nineteen-Forty. Left to right: Texaco gas station, Atkeson store, church, Eastman Real estate, houses, and Nyssa water tower. Vintage autos are parked around the scene.
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    • Emmett- South Slope School

    • Schools; Buildings; Educational facilities; Water pumps;
    • A great view of a small school in Emmett, Idaho. The Structure is brick or stone with a copula on the roof. A hand water pump is on the right of photo.
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    • Grangeville, Idaho - Sawmills

    • Sawmills; Wooden buildings; Water power; Waterwheels; Flumes; Lumber industry;
    • Water wheel operating - Chas. Brown's mill 2 miles south of Grangeville. Built by Walters, Toothaker, and Wheeler. Chas. S. Brown on flume.
    • 1265
    • New Meadows, Idaho- Railroads (A)

    • Railroads; Railroad stations; Water towers; Buildings;
    • Railroad station at New Meadows, Idaho. Pacific and Idaho Northern line terminus. Water tower stands to the left of the two story brick depot building.
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    • Idaho City, Idaho - Placer Mining (A)

    • Mining; Miners; Mining equipment; Gold mining; Hydraulic mining;
    • Miner useing a hydraulic giant (water cannon) to placer mine for gold. A close up of the water cannon
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    • Doran Hollister Sutphen papers

    • Deeds-Idaho-Gooding County. --Lawyers-Idaho-Gooding-Records and correspondence. --Water rights-Idaho-Gooding-History-Sources. --Idaho-Politics and government-History-Sources. --Gooding (Idaho)-History-Sources.
    • Legal documents pertaining to water rights, homesteading, and juvenile court in Gooding, Idaho. Also includes deeds primarily for Gooding County, Idaho, and correspondence with Senator John Thomas, Republican from Idaho.
    • MS361
    • Canyon Ditch Company (Idaho) records

    • Irrigation-Idaho-Caldwell-History-Sources.
    • Organization records, minutes (1904-1958); reports on canal deliveries, transferred and cancelled water certificate, and financial records; water distribution of Boise River, 1894-1941.
    • MS405
    • Water/Power Initiative Committee (Idaho) records

    • Water resources development-Idaho-History-Sources. --Electric power-Idaho-History-Sources. --Elections-Idaho-1978. --Idaho-Politics and government-History-Sources.
    • Membership lists, financial records, newspaper clippings, and other records of the Water/Power Initiative Committee, which gathered petitions for a proposed "Hydropower Protection and Water Conservation Act" in Idaho.
    • ms449

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