Idaho-Politics and government.
Found in 23 Collections and/or Records:
Letter regarding confirmation of judges Powers and Hayes, and objections by Mormons. Includes a pass to the Charles J. Guiteau trial, January 1882. Letter by John Alexander Logan, to George H. Roberts in Hailey, Idaho.
Letters written to Roberts (a Hailey, Idaho attorney and later Idaho Attorney General) regarding an open saloon on election day in Crichton, Idaho and assistance with a school levy in Mountain Home. Includes some photocopies.
Collection includes family and Wood River Valley correspondence, including a letter from George W. Hunter, a representative from Alturas County, Idaho, regarding proposed division of Alturas county, 1887. Includes some photocopies.
Papers concerning the activities of Hawley's father James Henry Hawley (1890-1988) as a member of the Borah Memorial Statue Commission; correspondence between father and son (1949) concerning senators Bert H. Miller and Glen H. Taylor; and other material relating to Miller's campaign and senatorial career.
A description of Idaho's justice system, the bar of Idaho, trials, the Owyhee war, and the Iron Clad Oath; sketches of John S. Gray, Hill Beachy, E. D. Holbrook and La Fayette Cartee; and a description of McBride's trip west in 1846.
Due record book documenting the minutes of the Boise Chapter of the National Council of Women Voters.
Includes correspondence, journal, legal documents, letter to the editor of the Idaho Daily Statesman and two affidavits regarding Fenn's behavior upon learning of the assassination of Abraham Lincoln. A letter (1877) to J. McCarty in Boise regarding federal appropriations for construction of public buildings in Boise, a journal from 1850 kept by Fenn when moving west, two deeds recorded in Idaho County dating 1880. Collection includes some photocopies.
Includes a want list, an order form for Syms-York Co. products, along with a list of state and local officials.