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Identifier: MS 2/0532
Summary Story of the overland journey of the Philips family from Kansas to Washington in 1883.
Identifier: MS 0713
Summary Collection contains two volumes. The first is a photocopy of an original journal kept by Susie Foster. The second volume includes a transcript of the journal, a history of the Foster family by Olive Foster Clark, and photocopies of family letters and photographs. Susie Foster's journal begins with an entry in 1886 in Texas and then records family life in California, 1891 to 1898. The family left California for Lewiston, Idaho in 1898 where they lived before filing a claim on Craig...
Identifier: MS 0567
Summary Glen Lionberger's reminiscences of his life on the Northwestern frontier, from childhood at the turn of the century to 1967.
Identifier: MS 2/1293
Summary Manuscript of life in Challis, Idaho in the late 19th and early 20th century.
Identifier: MS 2/0378
Summary Historical articles set in Oneida and Franklin counties, Idaho, including copies of "Jim Hayden's Mule," "Another Freight Outfit," "Oneida," "North of the Line," and "Wheels of Idaho, 1877." Also includes two black and white photos.
Identifier: MS 2/1409
Summary Collection consists of one copy of a typescript, "Remembering Yesterday" by Dorothy Lamphear Berkman.
Identifier: MS 2/0423
Summary Typed drafts of articles for local newspapers in southwestern Idaho and eastern Oregon describing community life and characters in Fruitland, Cambridge, Emmett, and Payette, Idaho.
Identifier: MS 2/0330
Summary An interview with Hugh Kennedy, Robert Francis Kennedy, & Samuel James Kennedy, pioneers in southwestern Idaho & eastern Oregon in the 1880s.