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Content Description Prints of the Arrowrock Dam photographed by Waltter Lubkin and the Twin Springs on the Boise River from 1920.
Identifier: MS 2/0346
Summary Two personal letters (1919) to Eagleson from his brother Charles; a letter to Mrs. T.E. Bennett of Boise; and a brochure (1956) describing Craters of the Moon National Monument in southeastern Idaho. Includes one photograph.
Content Description Collection of portraits donated by the Boise State College (now Boise State University). Includes portraits of Clarence Darrow, F. H. Bradley, Denry Dworshak and Stanley A. Easton.
Identifier: MS 2/0590
Summary Photographs of the Cuff's wedding trip which included a stopover in Boise, Idaho.
Identifier: MS 2/0615
Summary Illustrated account of a 1930 Salmon River float trip made by Sias, accompanied by a videotape made from 16mm film taken on the trip.
Identifier: MS 2/0090
Summary Diary of a camping trip from Boise to Lowman, Idaho, including copies of photographs.
Identifier: MS 0298
Summary Photographs of the Howard family, friends and associates; Fort Hall, Idaho; Yellowstone National Park; Massacre Rocks, Idaho; and other locations.
Content Description Various unidentified photographs of people and places, some in Idaho but also from other places. A few of the portraits have first names listed on them. One image of interest is a glass plate positive transparency of a man on a burro.
Identifier: MS 0544
Summary Promotional material for tourists and immigrants to the Pacific Coast, Intermountain West, and Idaho.
Identifier: MS 0606
Summary Correspondence between Jess Hawley and John F. Maclane regarding collaboration and research for the manuscript of Maclane's biography of Hawley's father, "James H. Hawley, Sagebrush Lawyer." Also includes four original manuscripts of addresses given by James Hawley between 1899 and 1927.