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Identifier: MS 2/0882
Summary Letter from James A. Pinney, manager, regarding an upcoming performance of Leoncavallo and the La Scala Theatre Orchestra in Boise, Idaho.
Identifier: MS 2/1268
Summary Collection contains program for an address by Evangeline Booth, future General of the Salvation Army.
Identifier: MS 0291
Summary Financial records, including invoices, bank statements, daily box office reports, and weekly remittance statements. Records also include information for the Pinney Theatre, Granada Theatre, and Waddell Building, Boise, Idaho.
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 0290
Summary Correspondence, ledgers, date books, programs, and miscellaneous materials relating to the operation of the Columbia and Pinney theaters in Boise, Idaho; correspondence with family members.
Identifier: MS 2/0904
Summary Dedication program for the opening of the theatre and performance of "The Royal Chef." Also includes an advertisement and menu for the Boston Lunch, and later programs for two plays "The Sweetheart Shop" and "The Bird of Paradise."
Identifier: MS 2/1497
Summary This collection contains the Pinney Theatre handbill and the souvenir program for the 1941 production of "Tobacco Island."
Identifier: MS 2/0896
Summary Includes programs, invites, and advertisements.
Identifier: MS 2/1368
Summary Collection consists of material related to Willa May Gardner and various Gardner family members. Included are 23 black and white photoprints of Boise, the Twin Falls area, Silver City, Bogus Basin, and the Gardner family; Gardner's c. 1905 report card from Silver City; a brief family tree chart showing Gardner, her parents, and siblings; graduation announcements from Boise High School (1913 and 1915); programs for various music and theatrical presentations in Boise (1912-1913) and Silver City...
- Subject: Theater-Idaho-Boise X