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Identifier: MS 2/0660
Summary Birth records, patent records, marriage certificates, divorce agreements, records of division of estate after death, and deeds.
Identifier: MS 2/1430
Summary This collection consists of two typewritten manuscripts by Catherine Duncan Stone. One (10 l.) is an account of her experiences as a school teacher on Smith's Prairie in Elmore County, Idaho during the winter of 1916-1917. She describes her trip from Boise and gives an account of school and community life on Smith's Prairie. The second manuscript (5 l.) is a family history of the Pierce and Duncan families.
Identifier: MS 0598
Summary Family history of Christian Hansen and Anna Marie Jacobson. History is detailed from Denmark in 1824 to the 1980s in Idaho. Hansen was a blacksmith in Shoshone, Idaho. Records include genealogical charts, excerpts from Shoshone newspapers and photographs all relating to the Hansen family.
Identifier: MS 0330
Summary Minutes, reports, yearbooks, financial records, geneologies, subject files, scrapbooks, and annual histories of the Daughters of the American Revolution in Idaho; also records of six Idaho chapters.
Identifier: MS 2/0178
Summary Includes a genealogy of the John Lemp family and estate documents and other papers of Herbert F. Lemp.
Identifier: MS 2/0249
Summary Brief history and genealogical record of the Root family of Boise, Idaho.
Identifier: MS 2/0792
Summary Includes a speech Hailey gave at an annual Old Settlers' meeting in Franklin, Idaho; a letter to George Haines, Hailey, disputing a claim made by Haines; a letter from Leona Hailey Cartee, granddaughter of Hailey to Sarah Griffin; two letters from William H. Packwood of Baker City; and several genealogy worksheets.
Identifier: MS 2/0273
Summary Relating to the John Snyder family, Meadows, Idaho.
Identifier: MS 2/0873
Summary Military record, genealogy, and death certificate of Levi Slinker of Payette, Idaho.
Identifier: MS 2/0150
Summary Correspondence of Ruth Inskeep and Mrs. Stanley Hill regarding genealogy and their relative Edward Inskeep, who operated Inskeep stage stop on the Skinner Toll Road from Ruby City, Idaho, to Jordan Valley, Oregon, in the 1860s; Ruth Inskeep's biography of Edward; and a portion of a manuscript, The Cattle Drives of David Shirk, describing Silas Skinner in 1867.