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Elizabeth Kinport papers

 Collection
Identifier: MS 2/1149
Summary Collection contains two documents "signed" by Theodore Rosevelt and Governor McConnell respectively. Kinport was the first woman in Idaho to hold an official post as Notary Public.
Found in: Manuscripts

Elizabeth Walston Day autobiography

 Collection
Identifier: MS 2/0688
Found in: Manuscripts

Ella Mae D'Amant papers

 Collection
Identifier: MS 0413
Summary Correspondence, scrapbooks, and memorabilia relating to the activities of Ella Mae D'Amant as a member of Neighbors of Woodcraft, the Rebekahs, Women's Relief Corps, and other social and civic organizations.
Found in: Manuscripts

Emily McCorkle FitzGerald papers

 Collection
Identifier: MS 0479
Summary Correspondence, predominately from Fitzgerald to her mother, written in Lapwai or Boise, Idaho, and other locations in the Western United States.
Found in: Manuscripts

Emma Angell Drake papers

 Collection
Identifier: MS 2/1448
Summary This collection consists of a carbon copy of "From Angell Genealogy" (5 leaves, n.d.); photocopy of a letter (1 leaf, 1959) from R. D. Drysdale to his daughter, Roxey Drysdale, describing his memories of Emma Drake (his grandmother); a typescript entitled, "In Memoriam" (16 leaves, 1932), an autobiography prepared by Emma Angell Drake; and a letter (1 leaf, 2004) from the donor to Troy Reeves of the Idaho State Historical with an explanation of the documents in the collection.
Found in: Manuscripts

Etta C. Dunbar diary

 Collection
Identifier: MS 2/0090
Summary Diary of a camping trip from Boise to Lowman, Idaho, including copies of photographs.
Found in: Manuscripts

Faith Turner papers

 Collection
Identifier: MS 0655
Summary This collection contains clippings of Turner's news stories and photographs that accompanied some of the stories. Her interests as a writer included Boise history, Idaho history, historic buildings, Chinese and the Haywood trial.
Found in: Manuscripts

Florence Sanderson, A panorama of Idaho women

 Collection
Identifier: MS 2/1309
Summary Prepared for the Twentieth Century Club.
Found in: Manuscripts

Gladys Riley Davis papers

 Collection
Identifier: MS 2/0451
Summary Recollections of pioneer life in Culdesac, Idaho, 1900-1908. Includes some photocopies.
Found in: Manuscripts

Hope Cutkomp Kading papers

 Collection
Identifier: MS 0644
Summary MS 644 revolves around two major themes in the life of Hope Kading--Republican politics and women's issues. The bulk of materials dealing with Republican politics are in records from Kading's unsuccessful bid for lieutenant governor of Idaho in 1974. There is also information from her bid for Boise City Council in 1977 and some of her activities with Idaho Young Republicans. Kading's interest in women's issues are represented in this collection by her material related to...
Found in: Manuscripts