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Identifier: MS 0029
Summary General correspondence (1959-1964); project files (1958-1959). Includes material on the "Nez Perce Gold Case" and correspondence, minutes, and other records relating to the Idaho State Board of Engineers (1947-1962).
Content Description Photographs of the Buffalo Hump Mining District in Grangeville, Idaho. See related oral history, OH 34.
Content Description Photographs of the Dixie Idaho Mining Camp by I.T. Rominger. He traveled and took photos from 1917 until 1930. Images include the Dixie Mining Camp cookhouse, on the road to Dixie, Idaho, and a photograph of Harrison, Idaho. People in photos are unidentified.
Identifier: MS 0838
Content Description The images of Edward Lee Abbott span the late 1800s to the mid 1950s. They represent his immediate and extended family in various locations throughout Idaho as well as images of E.L.’s mining adventures. E.L.’s mining book contains information on Sunnyside, Viola & Grangeville Mine, War Eagle, Denver, and Comet. This collection contains family portraits as well as images and log book relating to mining.
Identifier: MS 0418
Summary Notes, publications, photocopies, and microfilm of research materials assembled for mineral claim surveys and studies prepared for the U.S. Department of Justice and the Indian Claims Commission (Docket No. 180-A) for Indian lands throughout the West. Topics of studies represented include gold production on the Nez Perce Indian Reservation, Idaho (1860-1867).
Content Description Glass plate negatives taken at the same time of the Bunker Hill and Sullivan mine trouble in Wallace, 1899.
Identifier: MS 2/1347
Summary Stock account ledger of the Golden Glow Mining and Milling Company of Ketchum, Idaho.
Content Description Copy negatives of the Granite Creek area. Granite City was the original settlement for the Gold Hill Mine, and was in existence from 1862-1882. The town was absorbed by Quartzburg. The pictures were taken ca 1905.
Identifier: MS 0060
Summary Copies of newspaper clippings from northwest newspapers describing mining activities, locations, and prospectors in what is now Idaho during 1860-1862.
Content Description Collection created by the Idaho State Historical Society of miscellaneous photographs. Includes images of Silver City, Shoshone Falls, William H. Borah and E.W. Harold.