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Caldwell (Idaho)-History-Sources.

 Subject
Subject Source: Source Not Specified

Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:

A. Gilmore letter : to M.I. Church, Caldwell, Idaho

 Collection
Identifier: MS 2/0682
Summary Concerning the behavior of Church's son.

Caldwell (Idaho) poison register

 Collection
Identifier: MS 2/0969
Summary Poison register of an unidentified Caldwell, Idaho, business showing name and address of purchases, kind and quantity of poison, and for what purpose the poison was to be used. Volume appears to have been used as an exhibit in the case of State of Idaho vs. Healy.

Claude B. Burris papers

 Collection
Identifier: MS 2/0543
Summary Military discharge for Burris of Caldwell, Idaho, and other items relating to the Burris family.

Dickerson, Charles C., papers

 Collection
Identifier: MS 0237
Summary Personal correspondence with family members who lived in Massachusetts, family photographs, and miscellaneous notes, pamphlets, and essays by Dickerson.

Fred Jason Babcock papers

 Collection
Identifier: MS 0319
Summary Political and personal papers (1930-1933); opinions of the Attorney General (1930-1932); and legal case files relating to the First National Bank of Caldwell; the Western Gold Corporation, Boise; the Rocky Bar Mining and Milling Company; and many other mining companies.

Idaho Abstract and Trust Co. abstract of title [Caldwell properties]

 Collection
Identifier: MS 2/1210
Summary Title abstracts to three lots in College Heights Addition in Caldwell, Idaho initially owned by Henry D. Blatchley.

Jeanne E. Crookham collection of Caldwell area photographs

 Collection
Identifier: 70-42
Content Description Jeanne E. Crookham was the daughter in law of Frank Crookham, pioneer seed developer and founder of Crookham Seed company. Photographs are of the Caldwell area and include photos of Bill Leslie, a prominent rancher and Idaho pioneer and Howard Sebree, an early settler and Idaho developer who founded the 1st National Bank of Idaho, built the Saratoga Hotel in Caldwell and invested in the Interurban Trolley Line.

John Tracy Morrison papers

 Collection
Identifier: MS 0318
Summary Student notebooks, photographs, newspaper clippings, and correspondence (1895-1908); also includes material relating to his son, John M. Morrison of Boise, Idaho.

Junius B. Wright correspondence

 Collection
Identifier: MS 0334
Summary Reminiscences in the form of letters from Dr. Wright to Mrs. Fred McConnell, Caldwell, Idaho, relating the doctor's experiences during the settlement of the Caldwell area and the development of Boise Valley, Idaho.