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Identifier: MS 2/0647
Summary Summaries of the author's life up to 1945, including accounts of various illnesses, military experience in World War I, and employment in the Boise, Idaho, area; and journal entries 1965-1980. The contents of the two volumes are nearly identical.
Identifier: MS 0077
Summary Correspondence concerning National Recovery Administration activities in Idaho; letters from James P. Pope; paper regarding the Boise Library Board, of which Eaton was a member; articles concerned with national politics in the 1940s, and miscellaneous photographs and personal papers.
Identifier: MS 0633
Summary Three volumes of record books, minutes of the Red Cross Boise Chapter meetings; including annual reports.
Identifier: MS 0191
Summary Drafts, research notes, clippings, journal articles, subject files, and other records assembled by Garber and Dan Popkey for the Idaho Statesman Centennial Magazine (Boise), July 1, 1990.
Identifier: MS 2/0925
Summary Rules and regulations, rate schedules, and an advertisement for the Natatorium, Boise, Idaho.
Identifier: MS 2/0334
Summary Consent of stockholders agreeing to an increase in capital stock.
Identifier: MS 0709
Summary Topical research materials gathered by Arthur Hart for various projects - Arid Club, aviation, baseball, Basque Museum & Cultural Center; International Baque Cultural Center, Morrison Knudsen Company, Boise Police, Chinese, Idaho photographers.
Identifier: MS 2/0533
Summary "The Mill Pond Island" by Arthur L. Baker, and "The Old Horse Collar Manufacturing Building" by Mary Baker, about old south Boise.
Identifier: MS 0355
Summary Idaho territorial warrants (1866-1889); Boise and Idaho County warrants (1871-1886); Idaho territorial coupons; mining stock certificates, miscellaneous receipts and business cards; eleven books in Swedish language; advertising flyers and copies of Nelson's poetry; and memorabilia. Also includes "The Cost to the State of Idaho of the Haywood Trial" and "Haywood Trial, Closing Argument of W.E. Borah."