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Boise River (Idaho)-Description and travel.

Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Arrowrock Dam and Boise River

Identifier: P2000-24
Content Description Prints of the Arrowrock Dam photographed by Waltter Lubkin and the Twin Springs on the Boise River from 1920.

Boise State College collection of portraits

Identifier: 69-30
Content Description Collection of portraits donated by the Boise State College (now Boise State University). Includes portraits of Clarence Darrow, F. H. Bradley, Denry Dworshak and Stanley A. Easton.

Rupert Shaw collection of Idaho related photographs

Identifier: 62-19
Content Description Collection of negatives of Idaho scenes taken in period ca. 1910-1920. Includes mining camps, mountain country, etc. Photographs taken by Rupert Shaw.

William C. Dunbar letter

Identifier: MS 2/1414
Summary Consists of a letter written by William C. Dunbar to a friend in Brooklyn, New York on April 11, 1903. He discusses his career plans which include leaving the field of teaching for the practice of law. Mr. Dunbar also recounts a drive up the Boise River and describes the cliffs and a sheep shearing operation.