Historical Photographs, Videos, Recordings, and Documents from the University of Idaho Library and its partners.
Since 1892, the primary source for practical, research-based information on Idaho agriculture, forestry, gardening, family and consumer sciences, and other topics.
A digital collection comprised of over 1200 historical photographs collected and/or taken by T.N. Barnard or Nellie Stockbridge.
The images span the years 1894 to 1964, containing images of Northern Idaho (Wallace/Kellogg Area) mines, towns, fires, scenery, and historical sites.
The Big Burn is a combination of materials from the University of Idaho Library's Special Collections and Archives department. Most of the photographs are from the Barnard-Stockbridge Photograph Collection and the A.B. Curtis Collection. The telegraphs and correspondence come from the Bunker Hill Mining Collection.
A small collection of the photographs and awards of Ray Brown, a reknowned jazz double bassist and cellist.
The Bunker Hill Labor History Collection is 463 letters of correspondence between the mangers and owners of the Bunker Hill Mine & Sullivan M. & C. Co.
The University of Idaho Campus Photograph Collection contains over 3000 historical photographs of the UI Campus from 1889 to the present.
For over 70 years, the Grand Coulee Dam has stood as both the largest power plant and the largest concrete structure in the United States. As impressive as it is, however, the dam was not built without costs the region's native peoples and species.
The images and documents span the years 1952 to 1972, documenting both the legislative history that led to the dam's construction and the construction itself.
Almost 80 years of photographs from 1910 to 1989, depict the people, places, and machinery of forest workers in Northern Idaho and Northwestern Montana.
The Family Tree was a newsletter published by Potlatch Forests, Inc. for their employees from 1936 - 1952. The newsletter covers local (Northern Idaho) and national events, with a special focus on issues pertaining to Potlatch Forests, Inc. and its loggers and other employees.
The Digital Initiatives department works to preserve and make accessible collections from the library, the University of Idaho, and the State of Idaho via its digitization, database, and digital archiving services.