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Boise (Idaho)

Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:

Addison Family Album

Identifier: P1999-28
Content Description Album of photographs of Addison family, Boise area, ca 1920.

Alexander Family Photographs

Identifier: P2002-15
Content Description Images of the 11th Governor of Idaho, Moses Alexander and the Alexander family.

Bishop Rhea Center (Boise, Idaho) records

Identifier: MS 0410
Summary Correspondence, receipts, check register, photographs and other records.

Boise Landscapes

Identifier: P2000-7
Content Description Boise Idaho images of the bench, the downtown Union Block, and Arrowrock Road.

Carter Family

Identifier: P1999-15
Content Description 64 photographs of the Carter family of Carter Photography Studio. People identified. Carter's Studio was located at 1122 Main Street Boise in 1918. Other scenes include Table Rock, Balanced Rock, Park School students, Senator Borah's funeral.

Cuddy family photograph collection

Identifier: 66-70
Content Description Photographs from the John Cuddy Collection (MS 170). Images of the Cuddy family and various Boise scenes. John Cuddy owned the Cuddy Flour Mill and Mercantile store in Rush Creek and Salubria, Idaho.

George Strickler photograph collection

Identifier: 70-140
Content Description Photograph collection mostly taken by George H. Strickler, who was a motorcyclist and gunsmith. He worked for Morler's Cyclery in Boise. The photographs are not inventoried.

Helen Lambson photograph collection of Lambson and Campbell families

Identifier: 70-175
Content Description Family photographs of the Lambson and Campbell families. Joseph Milton Campbell was born in Clarksville, Pennsylvania on May 16, 1852 and moved to Boise in 1900. Mrs. Campbell (Maggie H. Dunbar) was born in Prairie City, Illinois in April 12, 1858.

Idaho State Historical Society collection of postcard negatives

Identifier: 69-4
Content Description Various negatives of greeting cards. Listed are the Christmas specific postcards. The collection includes more than are listed.

Logan family collection

Identifier: MS 0524
Summary Diary of Carolyn Grey Logan (1915-1917); photographs of Logan family members, including Thomas E. Logan, Leonard Logan, and Grace Coffin Logan, all of Boise, Idaho; an autograph book (1976-1879) of Grace Coffin.