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Identifier: MS 0640
Summary The bulk of the material relates to Trail's successful 1981 campaign for a seat on the Boise City Council. Includes research, minutes, petitions, public relations material and newspaper clippings.
Identifier: MS 2/0571
Content Description Concerning Phipps' family members, Peter J. Pefley and Madison C. Smith.
Identifier: MS 0613
Summary Several handwritten speeches, letters, scrapbooks, photographs and other personal records of Dunton's community involvement. Significant material regarding Rebekah lodges, suffrage issues, including correspondence with Sen. Borah, and several signed letters of recommendation from Boise lawyers and other prominent citizens.
Identifier: MS 0720
Summary This collection consists of one scrapbook concerning Minnie Priest Dunton's civic activities and some family correspondence. Included are newspaper clippings, correspondence, memorabilia, and copies of of speeches given by Mrs. Dunton. Subjects include patriotism and woman suffrage.
Identifier: MS 2/1501
Summary This collection contains two programs from the Miss Boise Pagent in 1962 and 1963.
Identifier: MS 2/0038
Summary Correspondence and photographs from 1923 including a personal letter from Martha ("Mattie") Borah Rinhard, the sister of William E. Borah, to her aunt, Mrs. Augie Jackson, and miscellaneous photographs.
Identifier: MS 2/0716
Summary A description of Leftquist's life in Mesa, Idaho, from 1936 to 1962.
Identifier: MS 2/1298
Summary Due record book documenting the minutes of the Boise Chapter of the National Council of Women Voters.
Identifier: MS 0626
Summary Organizational, operational and financial files for the National Organization for Women (NOW) Idaho and Treasure Valley Chapters. Also contains subject files on women's issues such as the Reproductive Rights Initiative (RRI), the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA), and newsletters.
Identifier: MS 2/1253
Summary Announcement regarding the speech by Harriet Stanton Blatch from Chicago about the Susan B. Anthony amendment, which would be heard in Boise via telephone.
- Subject: Women-Idaho X