Idaho-Politics and government-History-Sources.
Found in 147 Collections and/or Records:
Scrapbook of club activities (1938-1970); correspondence, articles and programs relating to the 1966 G.O.P. State Assembly; material regarding the National Federation of Republican Women; newspaper clippings dealing with Republican Party social activities in Idaho (1964-1969).
Correspondence, subject files, scrapbooks, clippings and memorabilia concerning Smith's political life. Includes material relating to the Perrine Memorial Bridge (Twin Falls, Idaho), W.B. Heyburn, and George L. Shoup.
Legal case files, including work with the Mammoth Mine Corporation, Lewiston, Idaho, and R.G. Bailey; and subject files reflecting Kasberg's associations, his political activities, and the Anti-Saloon League of Idaho.
Idaho territorial warrants (1866-1889); Boise and Idaho County warrants (1871-1886); Idaho territorial coupons; mining stock certificates, miscellaneous receipts and business cards; eleven books in Swedish language; advertising flyers and copies of Nelson's poetry; and memorabilia. Also includes "The Cost to the State of Idaho of the Haywood Trial" and "Haywood Trial, Closing Argument of W.E. Borah."
Political files from Johnson's bid as a Democratic candidate for the United States Senate. Included are subject files pertaining to his campaign organization; subject files pertaining to topical issues in the campaign; a clipping file of campaign news coverage; and canvass information.
Family and business correspondence; family photographs; photographs of mining properties and sites in the vicinity of Bonanza and Custer, Idaho; business records; diaries; autograph books; scrapbooks; artwork; greeting cards; invitations; business and calling cards; annotated books; and memorabilia. Most of the correspondence is to Czarina Clawson from family and friends, or family correspondence saved by her. Six pocket diaries record a journey through Yellowstone (1863).
Correspondence relating to Campbell's career (1944-1952); her service on the State Board of Education (1950-1961); and as chairman of the Board of Regents of the University of Idaho; and personal correspondence regarding her husband, Rollie, and their Circle C Ranch near New Meadows, Idaho.
Correspondence (1902-1912); scrapbook and other material relating primarily to Lingenfelter as U.S. Attorney for Idaho. Correspondents include Frank R. Gooding, William E. Borah, W.B. Heyburn and James F. Ailshie. Additional materials relate to Mrs. Lingenfelter and her involvement in the National Council of Mothers. Also included are photographs and memorabilia.
Correspondence, legal documents, and other printed material. Certificate of marriage (1915) for Moore and Clara E. Wallon, certificate of election for office of lieutenant governor of Idaho (1920), and newspaper clippings pertaining to Moore's death.
Includes two college notebooks dealing with property law (1901-1902); notes, pamphlets, financial papers and day books (1905-1909); correspondence including letters from W.E. Borah, D. Worth Clark, and C.C. Cavanah; legal papers (1909-1911) relating to Boise Cold Storage vs. O.S.R.R. Co., Boise City vs. Ada County (regarding road poll tax), and a grand jury investigation of the meat trust.
Primarily case files (1943-1964) relating to Chase A. Clark's service on the United States District Court in Idaho; also documents concerning Clark's law practice in Mackay, Idaho; and personal and business correspondence, clippings, political materials, and memorabilia. Included are arguments for the pardon of Harry Orchard and a photograph of an Indian baseball team from DeSmet, Idaho.