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Content Description Images of the 11th Governor of Idaho, Moses Alexander and the Alexander family.
Content Description Wedding photographs of Idaho City residents, William Hill Casner and Elizabeth Bauchop Graham. Married on May 31, 1871 in Van Buren County, IA.
Content Description Black and white portrait of Charles Walter Alkire and friend in Manila during the Spanish American War in 1898.
Content Description Family portrait of Syms family of Boise taken during a visit to Auckland, New Zealand in 1910. Taken at the Captain Cook Hotel, Newmarke, Auckland, New Zealand.
Identifier: MS 0566
Summary Collection consists of a few genealogical items, legal documents, and burial information. The bulk of the collecion is 19th Century family (portrait) photographs.
Found in: Manuscripts
Content Description Photo prints from the Luoma family. John and Lena Luoma immigrated to the United States from Finland. They met in Butte, Montana where they had their first child, Impie. In 1905 they settled in Enaville, Idaho where they had three children, Jalmar, Emil and Sigrid. The family farmed and logged in the Enaville area.
Content Description Unidentified portrait of girl from Eddy Studio in Payette, Idaho, transferred from Linn County Historical Museum. Collections also includes copy of drawing of First Methodist Episcopal Church in Boise and photograph of an American Falls girls basketball team from 1931.
Content Description Miscellaneous portraits collected by David Porter Baker Pride, register of Land Office in Idaho in the 1880s.
Content Description Collection includes a portrait of an unidentified teacher from Tuttle, Idaho taken by Leyson in Jerome, Idaho and a portrait of Iona Sefton, a teacher from Camas, Idaho.
Content Description Various mounted photographs, tintypes, and photographic prints of Ed Riordan and Effie Reeves's family and friends. Ed and Effie were married in Idaho City and Uncle "Web" and Uncle Rilly Reeves had a cigar store and Reeves Wholesale in Boise and maybe earlier in Idaho City.