Ads from "Thunder Mountain News," April 22, 1905, courtesy of Steven Harshfield
Roosevelt Delivery O. T. Lingo, Prop.
Boise-Pearl Stage, T. B. Walker, Prop.
Plowman's, Payett River, Montour
Taylor House, Sweet
Millers, Ola & Miller's Store, Thunder City
Sults' Ola, Thunder City, Vanwyck Stage
Hays & Harley, General Wayhouse
Smith Ferry, L. M. Gorton, Prop.
Peter Neeb, The Round Valley Wayhouse, Fern, P.O., Peter Neeb, prop.
Kentucky Home Hotel, Thunder City Mr. & Mrs. J. L. Alvey, proprietors
W. H. Taylor, Scott Valley Farm
Cross & Conyer's Big Creek Station
C. C. Randall, Randall's Transfer, Knox P.O. Store; Feed Barn, Wm. Howel, Manager
J. Kelly & L. McShane, Knox post office
Temperance House, at Trappers Flat, W. J. Burke, Prop.
Diamond's Road House, Reardon Creek
Summit House on Monumental Summit
Valley County, A Gem of the Gem State, from "Scenic Idaho," Winter 1954
East Fork of the South Fork Road, by Ron Smith,
Ellison, Holcomb, Abstien, Willson, Behne, Hennessy, Willson, McCoy, Edwards, date unknown -
"Gold Stampede at Thunder Mountain Brought New Life to Yellow Pine Area", by Earl Willson, from "The Idaho Statesman," December 26, 1962
"Ghosts Walk Under The Water," by Faith Turner, from "Scenic Idaho," Winter 1954 (The Thunder Mountain Story)
1920, First Vehicle to Yellow Pine, driven by Jerry Logue, Al Behne also in photograph, with two unknowns -
1922, First Ford into Yellow Pine, Al Behne in photograph, with several unknowns -
The Last Telephone Operator: 1955-1960, by Nancy Brown Tomlin,
Women in Thunder Mountain, 1902, Viola Lamb, Mrs. Smith and M. A. Rice--
---- Stibite 1978 (S. McConnel photos)
---- Yellow Pine co. Stibnite map, 1931
---- Stibnite Pipeline, Winter '53/'54
---- Stibnite,Our Gang, Winter '28-'29
---- Crew at Stibnite Post Office
---- Stibnite Pipeline Crew, c. 1932
Link to biographical sketch of Walter Marshall Dexter (1830-1913), by Reba McMillan, g-granddaughter.
to history section - Martial Law Declared, 1931
2006 Obituaries, from Karen, Valley County Genealogy Society.
Death Notices for some of the men buried in Roosevelt Cemetery, courtesy of Penny Casey, Idaho County genweb Coordinator.
McCall and Roseberry in 1910, extracted from "The King's Pines of Idaho; a Story of the Browns of McCall" by Grace Edgington Jordan, Binfords & Mort Publishers, Portland, Oregon, 1961.
May 1915: Payette Lakes are Dazzling Water Gems newspaper article,
Photographs of five Hoff headstones in the McCall cemetery, courtesy of Gretchen Hoff.
Crawford Family History (includes some Gem County history)
Seven newspaper articles about McCall, added to History Index, courtesy of Nancy Brown Tomlin, History of Winter Sports Carnival -
Nine photos shared by Nancy Brown Tomlin - See Album Index
Boise-Payette Lumber Co. Crew, Cascade, 1917, courtesy of Kirt Kitchen,
Additional Crown Point Cemetery photographs, courtesy of Dorothy Boggs.
Over 400 headstone photos to Margaret Cemetery, in Cascade.
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