Photo Album Index
New AdditionsTed Carr Stage from Emmett to Ola and Cascade
E. E. Hunt, store and residence
Book 1, page 33 map showing old Boise/Canyon county line and Westview Mining District (Pearl). The map was filed in Canyon County Oct. 27, 1897, at 3 PM and certified Nov. 11, 1915 when we became Gem County. (Thanks to John Henderson for verifying the dates!)
Reconstructed Map of Pearl 1902
Pearl Class 1909, Commencement Program
John "Jack" Coggburn Squaw Creek homesteader
William Cramer, Pine Creek homesteader
William Cramer's daughters about 1940: Ruth Gross, Isabell Walker, Annie Gross, Robert Zuella Whitlock, Vernie Paddock
Gustav (Jr), Hester and Frank Gross, circa 1910's.
William and Catherine Woody, builder of Woody Hotel, Sweet
Wesley, Dewey and Emmett Woody
Charles W. Thompson, Squaw Creek Homesteader
Henryette Maybelle "Nettie-Mae", 1896
Charles William, wife Isabelle, daughter Nettie Mae, 1897
Charles Harvey, 1900
Charles Harvey and Nettie, 1905
Jack Knife School Students, 1906 (Jack Knife School was roughly three miles south of Ola)
Isabelle and Charles H., 1911
Wheat Harvest on Squaw Creek Ranch, 1915
Looking east across Squaw Creek Valley, from approximate location of Thompson Homestead
Photo Links (off-site)
Univ. of Idaho Digital postcards
Mountain West Digital Library
Idaho State Historical Society Digital Collections
Virtual Wall, Vietnam Veterans Memorial
familyoldphotos.com for Idaho Dead Fred Genealogy Photo Archive
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