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Identifier: MS 0780
Summary Deck of cards featuring Boise artists, muscians, film makers, performers, architects, etc. Each card has an interview with the individual and a visual. Creators of the cards, a city-wide art collective called The Deal, encouraged trading the cards as a way get to know members of the artistic/cultural community in Boise.
Identifier: MS 0833
Summary As a project to help celebrate Idaho’s statehood centennial, members of the Boise Basin Quilters’ Guild decided to create detailed histories for the quilts within ISHS collections and produced a quilt show featuring those quilts. After the project was completed, volunteers decided to continue the project with quilts made by Guild members or quilts owned by members of the community.
Identifier: MS 2/0785
Summary A description of Smith's painting "Twenty Mule Team" owned by the Society.
Identifier: MS 0071
Summary Pencil and watercolor works depicting a variety of themes, and two large canvas works on western themes.
Identifier: MS 0353
Summary Correspondence; various examples of art work; unpublished short stories and memorabilia.
Identifier: MS 2/0594
Summary Correspondence and other papers pertaining to the design of the Idaho State flag; and biographical information on designer Emma Edwards Green.
Identifier: MS 2/1249
Summary Watercolor painting of Syringa (Philadelphus Occidentalks) State flower of Idaho, and short biographical sketch of artist Marie Irvin.
Identifier: MS 0529
Summary Sketches of Boise, Idaho, scenes; pictures of Nick Villeneuve; correspondence; biographical information; cartoons by Villeneuve and E.J. Evans; and a scrapbook which includes programs for plays held in Boise (ca. 1914-1915).
Identifier: MS 0666
Summary Archie Boyd Teater was a Western-American artist who – along with his wife Patricia – created, exhibited, and sold artwork all over the world. Collection consists of correspondence, financial documents, exhibition catalogs, newspaper clippings and other material related to their art careers and personal lives.
Identifier: MS 2/0797
Summary Describing the background of Idaho artist Rowena Clement Lung Alcorn of Moscow, Idaho.
- Subject: Artists-Idaho X