Papers, 1933-1937 ((inclusive).

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Papers, 1933-1937 ((inclusive).

Correspondence, trial and appeal material, other legal papers, including memoranda, briefs, and questionnaires, articles, clippings, and editorials constitute Ernst's record of the case. The records are printed or typescript carbon copies.

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Idaho became a state on July 3, 1890 with post offices being established as early as 1876. From the guide to the Franklin County, Idaho Post Office Location Records, 1876-1945, (Utah State University. Special Collections and Archives) These photographs document Region 4, started in 1910, of the US Forest Service, covering Utah, Nevada, Southern Idaho, and Western Wyoming. From the guide to the US Forest Service Photograph Collection., 19...

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Rose, Florence, 1903-1969

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Sanger, Margaret, 1879-1966

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Stone, Hannah M. (Hannah Mayer), 1894-1941

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Greenbaum, Wolff and Ernst (New York, N.Y.)

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