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Hemingway Drinking at Bullfight
Hemingway Drinking at B...
2018.2.10
Hemingway drinks from a...
[Located on Mary Heming...
 
Title
Hemingway Drinking at Bullfight
Identifier
2018.2.10
Description Summary
Hemingway drinks from a bottle at a bullfight, wearing a white baseball-style cap, gingham shirt, glasses and watch. Two other men appear in the foreground to the right, looking at the camera.
Description Notes
[Located on Mary Hemingway's desk; middle third, top left, Condition: good, curled, glossy print, slight wears/folds in corners, Back of photo is stamped. "Institucion Defensora Propiedad Fotografica; Prohibida La Reproduccion Y Publicacion Sin Abonar Lod Derechos De Autor; Cano y Guerra; Fotografo Taurino; Ventura Vega, 21-Telef, 220159; Madrid."]
Hemingway in Jacket and Checkered Cap at Bullfight
Hemingway in Jacket and...
2018.2.11
At a bullfight, Hemingw...
[Located on Mary Heming...
 
Title
Hemingway in Jacket and Checkered Cap at Bullfight
Identifier
2018.2.11
Description Summary
At a bullfight, Hemingway looks at the camera, right of center, wearing a checkered gap, jacket and glasses. There are three other men in the foreground and a large crowd visible in the background.
Description Notes
[Located on Mary Hemingway's desk; middle third, top middle, Condition: fair, curled, glossy print, slight wears/folds in corners, folds/cracks on left side, Back of photo is stamped. "Cuevas; Marques de Leganes; Telif" (remaining illegible)]
Hemingway Walking with Woman, Spanish Streets
Hemingway Walking with ...
2018.2.12
Hemingway and a woman, ...
[Located on Mary Heming...
 
Title
Hemingway Walking with Woman, Spanish Streets
Identifier
2018.2.12
Description Summary
Hemingway and a woman, likely Valerie Hemingway (Danby-Smith), walk the streets of a city in Spain. He wears a gingham shirt, white cap and sunglasses, holding an object, and she wears a striped dress and pearl necklace.
Description Notes
[Located on Mary Hemingway's desk; middle third, top left, Condition: good, curled, glossy print, vertical crease on back, Back of photo is stamped. "Institucion Defensora Propiedad Fotografica; Prohibida La Reproduccion Y Publicacion Sin Abonar Lod Derechos De Autor; Cano y Guerra; Fotografo Taurino; Ventura Vega, 21-Telef, 220159; Madrid."]
Portrait of Antonio Ordonez, Bullfighter
Portrait of Antonio Ord...
2018.2.13
Portrait of upper body ...
[Located on Mary Heming...
 
Title
Portrait of Antonio Ordonez, Bullfighter
Identifier
2018.2.13
Description Summary
Portrait of upper body of Antonio Ordonez, wearing traditional bullfighter apparel, looking to his right at camera, with a shallow depth of field and blurred background. Hemingway followed bullfights closely and wrote �The Dangerous Summer� about Antonio Ordonez and another bullfighter, Luis Miguel Dominguin.
Description Notes
[Located on Mary Hemingway's desk; middle third, bottom left, Condition: good,not curled, semi-glossy print, no white border, Back of photo is stamped. "Orjona; Fotografo de Prensa; Sevilla" (remaining illegible)]
Hemingway Seated at Spanish Restaurant, Holding Hands with Woman
Hemingway Seated at Spa...
2018.2.14
Hemingway seated right ...
[Located on Mary Heming...
 
Title
Hemingway Seated at Spanish Restaurant, Holding Hands with Woman
Identifier
2018.2.14
Description Summary
Hemingway seated right of center at restaurant in Spain, wearing dark hat and shirt, white vest, and watch. A sign reading "Bar Choko" is visible in background. An older woman dressed in white holds Hemingway's hand, likely Mary Hemingway.
Description Notes
[Located on Mary Hemingway's desk; middle third, bottom center, Condition: good, curled, glossy print, slightly off-center border, Back of photo is stamped. "Institucion Defensora Propiedad Fotografica; Prohibida La Reproduccion Y Publicacion Sin Abonar Lod Derechos De Autor; Cano y Guerra; Fotografo Taurino; Ventura Vega, 21-Telef, 220159; Madrid."]
Mary Hemingway Seated Outside in Ketchum
Mary Hemingway Seated O...
2018.2.15
Mary Hemingway is seate...
[Located on Mary Heming...
 
Title
Mary Hemingway Seated Outside in Ketchum
Identifier
2018.2.15
Description Summary
Mary Hemingway is seated outdoors in Ketchum wearing dark clothes, with a woman in a light button-down and sunhat. The image is backlit by direct sunlight, showing foliage on trees and mountains visible in background.
Description Notes
[Located on Mary Hemingway's desk; middle third, bottom right, Condition: fair, not curled, semi-glossy print, appears faded,no white border]
Mary Hemingway at a Museum
Mary Hemingway at a Mus...
2018.2.16
Mary Hemingway is seate...
[Located on Mary Heming...
 
Title
Mary Hemingway at a Museum
Identifier
2018.2.16
Description Summary
Mary Hemingway is seated right of center at an indoor fountain in a museum, wearing dark clothes and bracelets on her left wrist. Her body is facing away but her face is turned to look at camera. A fountain is prominent in lower half of print, and statues on pedestals and other people are visible in background. This is most likely in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in the Greek and Roman Sculpture Room
Description Notes
[Located on Mary Hemingway's desk; right third, top middle, Condition: fair, not curled, glossy print, considerable cracks/scratches on face of print, stains and creases on back]
Ernest Hemingway and Antonio Ordonez at Bullfight
Ernest Hemingway and An...
2018.2.17
Hemingway is shown slig...
[Located on Mary Heming...
 
Title
Ernest Hemingway and Antonio Ordonez at Bullfight
Identifier
2018.2.17
Description Summary
Hemingway is shown slightly out of focus, seated right of center at bullfight. He wears a baseball-style cap, a light-colored button down shirt, and a dark vest, holding a pair of glasses. He is seated next to bullfighter Antonio Ordonez who is dressed in traditional bullfighter apparel. Both look into the ring, with a crowd of people visible in upper background of photo.
Description Notes
[Located on Mary Hemingway's desk; right third, bottom middle, Condition: good, not curled, matte print, no white border, small creases on upper edge of print]
Hemingway and Ordonez Stand at the Edge of the Ring at a Bullfight
Hemingway and Ordonez S...
2018.3.2
Portrait orientation pr...
[Frame 1, top middle, C...
 
Title
Hemingway and Ordonez Stand at the Edge of the Ring at a Bullfight
Identifier
2018.3.2
Description Summary
Portrait orientation print of Hemingway (left) wearing light colored shirt and sunglasses and holding bullfighter's cap(?), Antonio Ordonez (right) wearing traditional torero attire with bandages on right hand, the two men separated by a metal barrier and looking into the ring, crowds visible in background, Chapresto signature bottom right
Description Notes
[Frame 1, top middle, Condition: good, glossy print]
Hemingway Writing at Bullfight
Hemingway Writing at Bu...
2018.2.01
Ernest Hemingway is pic...
[Located on Mary Heming...
 
Title
Hemingway Writing at Bullfight
Identifier
2018.2.01
Description Summary
Ernest Hemingway is pictured writing while watching a bullfight, possibly signing an autograph. A woman watches him right to the left, and two men stand slightly behind to the right. Hemingway wears a white baseball-style cap, glasses and a gingham shirt.
Description Notes
[Located on Mary Hemingway's desk; left third, top left, Condition: good, curled, glossy print, Back of photo is stamped. "Institucion Defensora Propiedad Fotografica; Prohibida La Reproduccion Y Publicacion Sin Abonar Lod Derechos De Autor; Cano y Guerra; Fotografo Taurino; Ventura Vega, 21-Telef, 220159; Madrid."]
Torero Being Tossed by Bull
Torero Being Tossed by ...
2018.3.4
Unidentified torero in ...
[Frame 1, bottom left, ...
 
Title
Torero Being Tossed by Bull
Identifier
2018.3.4
Description Summary
Unidentified torero in bullfighting ring being tossed into the air by a bull and dropping his cape/muleta (stick with red cloth hanging from it), bull has several lances in its morillo (large lifting muscle on its back), large crowd visible in background
Description Notes
[Frame 1, bottom left, Condition: good, glossy print, appears faded, small yellow markings on bottom of print, small black line on border of bottom left corner]
Hemingway at Bullfight Inspecting Wine Bottle
Hemingway at Bullfight ...
2018.3.5
Portrait orientation pr...
[Frame 1, bottom middle...
 
Title
Hemingway at Bullfight Inspecting Wine Bottle
Identifier
2018.3.5
Description Summary
Portrait orientation print of Hemingway at bullfight wearing checkered cap, light colored shirt, dark vest, and glasses, inspecting the label of a bottle of wine
Description Notes
[Frame 1, bottom middle, Condition: good, glossy print, small dust spots across print]
Torero at Bullfight Enticing Bull with Muleta
Torero at Bullfight Ent...
2018.3.6
Unidentified torero in ...
[Frame 1, bottom right,...
 
Title
Torero at Bullfight Enticing Bull with Muleta
Identifier
2018.3.6
Description Summary
Unidentified torero in bullfighting ring enticing bull with muleta (stick with red cloth hanging from it), bull has 5 lances stuck in its morillo (large lifting muscle on its back)
Description Notes
[Frame 1, bottom right, Condition: good, glossy print, appears faded, black line on border of top right corner]
Mary and Friend Hunting Ducks
Mary and Friend Hunting...
2018.4.2
Portrait orientation pr...
[Frame 2, top middle, C...
 
Title
Mary and Friend Hunting Ducks
Identifier
2018.4.2
Description Summary
Portrait orientation print of Mary Hemingway (right), wearing slacks and jacket and holding two dead ducks, with unidentified woman (left), both holding guns, aspen trees visible in background
Description Notes
[Frame 2, top middle, Condition: good, glossy print, fingerprings on middle right edge of print, no border, traces of residue around Mary's face]
Portrait of Mary Welsh Hemingway, Left Profile
Portrait of Mary Welsh ...
2018.4.3
Portrait orientation ph...
[Frame 2, top right, Co...
 
Title
Portrait of Mary Welsh Hemingway, Left Profile
Identifier
2018.4.3
Description Summary
Portrait orientation photo of Mary Hemingway, wearing scarf tucked into light colored sweater, sunglasses, and hoop earrings, looking to her right, foliage visible in background
Description Notes
[Frame 2, top right, Condition: good, matte print, no border, small wrinkle/crease in top right corner]
Cuban ID Card, Ernest Hemingway
Cuban ID Card, Ernest H...
2018.4.4
Small black-and-white p...
[Frame 2, middle left, ...
 
Title
Cuban ID Card, Ernest Hemingway
Identifier
2018.4.4
Description Summary
Small black-and-white photo of Ernest Hemingway in collared shirt, on rust orange card, "es requisito indispensable la presentacion de esta tarjeta para hacer uso de los derechos sociales" in type font underneath photo, stamp with words "Tarara Yacht Club, Secretaria" (gated resort town in Havana, Cuba) visible in bottom right quarter of card
Description Notes
[Frame 2, middle left, Condition: good, semi-glossy print, rounded edges of paper, some fingerprints]
Cuban ID Card, Mary Hemingway
Cuban ID Card, Mary Hem...
2018.4.6
Small black-and-white p...
[Frame 2, middle right,...
 
Title
Cuban ID Card, Mary Hemingway
Identifier
2018.4.6
Description Summary
Small black-and-white photo of Mary Hemingway on Tiffany blue card, "es requisito indispensable la presentacion de esta tarjeta para hacer uso de los derechos sociales" in type font underneath photo, stamp with words "Tarara Yacht Club, Secretaria" (gated resort town in Havana, Cuba) visible in bottom right quarter of card
Description Notes
[Frame 2, middle right, Condition: good, semi-glossy print, rounded edges of paper, some fingerprints, photo glued onto paper at an angle]
Hemingway with Woman in Spanish Clothing
Hemingway with Woman in...
2018.4.7
Portrait orientation pr...
[Frame 2, bottom left, ...
 
Title
Hemingway with Woman in Spanish Clothing
Identifier
2018.4.7
Description Summary
Portrait orientation print of Hemingway (right) wearing dark pants and shirt and holding jacket, with woman wearing white belted dress and fringed sash and holding purse and fan, cobblestones, vendors and large building visible in background, Cano signature bottom right
Description Notes
[Frame 2, bottom left, Condition: fair, matte print, yellowed/sepia tone, vertical streaks throughout print, small discolorations]
Hemingway Walking With Group, Spanish Streets
Hemingway Walking With ...
2018.2.02
Ernest Hemingway walks ...
[Located on Mary Heming...
 
Title
Hemingway Walking With Group, Spanish Streets
Identifier
2018.2.02
Description Summary
Ernest Hemingway walks with an unidentified woman down the streets of a Spanish city, with other men and boys in the background.
Description Notes
[Located on Mary Hemingway's desk; left third, top, second from left, Condition: good, off center border, darkened top right corner, glossy print, Back of photo is stamped. "Institucion Defensora Propiedad Fotografica; Prohibida La Reproduccion Y Publicacion Sin Abonar Lod Derechos De Autor; Cano y Guerra; Fotografo Taurino; Ventura Vega, 21-Telef, 220159; Madrid."]
Hemingway in Suit Next to Prostrate Man Shooting a Gun
Hemingway in Suit Next ...
2018.4.8
Hemingway (left) dresse...
[Frame 2, bottom middle...
 
Title
Hemingway in Suit Next to Prostrate Man Shooting a Gun
Identifier
2018.4.8
Description Summary
Hemingway (left) dressed in full suit and hat, kneeling next to person in a turban-like head covering laying next to a long gun, tangled foliage in right side of photo, mountains and river visible in background
Description Notes
[Frame 2, bottom middle-top, Condition: fair, matte print, yellowed/sepia tone, appears faded, low contrast]
Hemingway Pointing to Document Held by Man in Army Uniform
Hemingway Pointing to D...
2018.4.9
Hemingway (left) dresse...
[Frame 2, bottom middle...
 
Title
Hemingway Pointing to Document Held by Man in Army Uniform
Identifier
2018.4.9
Description Summary
Hemingway (left) dressed in suit and tie and wearing glasses, pointing to something on large paper or map held by man dressed in army uniform and cap, cabna-like structure visble in right background
Description Notes
[Frame 2, bottom middle-bottom, Condition: fair, matte print, yellowed/sepia tone, appears faded, print blends into border on top left edge]
Portrait of Ernest Hemingway, Left Profile
Portrait of Ernest Hemi...
2018.4.10
Portrait orientation ph...
[Frame 2, bottom right,...
 
Title
Portrait of Ernest Hemingway, Left Profile
Identifier
2018.4.10
Description Summary
Portrait orientation photo of Ernest Hemingway's left profile, wearing white collared shirt and sunglasses, white hair and beard prominent, shallow depth of field
Description Notes
[Frame 2, bottom right, Condition: fair, matte print, yellowed/sepia tone, appears faded, vertical streaks throughout print, small dust spots, white streak in bottom left corner]
Ernest, Mary, and Friend at Party
Ernest, Mary, and Frien...
2018.6.5
Mary Hemingway, an unid...
[Taped on wall next to ...
 
Title
Ernest, Mary, and Friend at Party
Identifier
2018.6.5
Description Summary
Mary Hemingway, an unidentified man, and Ernest Hemingway sit at a table with several drinks, Ernest and Mary look at each other while the man looks at the camera
Description Notes
[Taped on wall next to bathroom door in master bedroom, top left, Condition: Fair, distressed peeling along edges]
Dog at River in Winter
Dog at River in Winter
2018.6.6
A dog stands at the edg...
[Taped on wall next to ...
 
Title
Dog at River in Winter
Identifier
2018.6.6
Description Summary
A dog stands at the edge of a snow covered river, looking at an elk in the center of the river, trees in background. Photo used in "How It Was" with the description "There is an elk standing on an island in the Big Wood River below my bedroom windows in Ketchum, and our gardener's Wemarnder, Lem, is being inhospitable. (M. Hemingway)" in set of photos after page 472
Description Notes
[Taped on wall next to bathroom door in master bedroom, middle left, Condition: Fair, yellowing under tape on top and bottom]
Hemingway Profile
Hemingway Profile
2018.6.7
Photo of Ernest Hemingw...
[Taped on wall next to ...
 
Title
Hemingway Profile
Identifier
2018.6.7
Description Summary
Photo of Ernest Hemingway looking down and to the right, he is older with white hair and beard, wearing checked collared shirt
Description Notes
[Taped on wall next to bathroom door in master bedroom, bottom left, Condition: Fair, white marks under tape, top left corner ripped off, small tears on both sides]
Hemingway and Cat
Hemingway and Cat
2018.6.9
A photo of Hemingway ea...
[Taped on wall next to ...
 
Title
Hemingway and Cat
Identifier
2018.6.9
Description Summary
A photo of Hemingway eating at a table with cat next to him
Description Notes
[Taped on wall next to bathroom door in master bedroom, top middle right, Condition: Fair, white marks under tape on sides]
Hemingway in the Snow
Hemingway in the Snow
2018.6.10
Hemingway wearing backp...
[Taped on wall next to ...
 
Title
Hemingway in the Snow
Identifier
2018.6.10
Description Summary
Hemingway wearing backpack and hat in tall snow outside of house in Ketchum
Description Notes
[Taped on wall next to bathroom door in master bedroom, bottom middle right, Condition: Fair, white marks under tape]
Cat in Sink
Cat in Sink
2018.6.11
A cat in a sink, one of...
[Taped on wall next to ...
 
Title
Cat in Sink
Identifier
2018.6.11
Description Summary
A cat in a sink, one of Hemingway's many pets
Description Notes
[Taped on wall next to bathroom door in master bedroom, bottom right, Condition: Fair, white marks under tape, especially on top, border uneven]
Hemingway at Table with Woman
Hemingway at Table with...
2018.2.3
Ernest Hemingway eats a...
[Located on Mary Heming...
 
Title
Hemingway at Table with Woman
Identifier
2018.2.3
Description Summary
Ernest Hemingway eats at table indoors, holding the hand of an unidentified woman, possibly his fourth wife Mary. He wears a suit and tie, and his hair and mustache are dark brown. There are many dishes on the table and there is a dog in the bottom right.
Description Notes
[Located on Mary Hemingway's desk; left third, middle, far left, Condition: good, low contrast, matte print, Back of photo is signed. "Menklin photo" (name illegible)]
Hemingway at Bullfight in Checkered Cap
Hemingway at Bullfight ...
2018.2.4
Hemingway poses with fo...
[Located on Mary Heming...
 
Title
Hemingway at Bullfight in Checkered Cap
Identifier
2018.2.4
Description Summary
Hemingway poses with four men at a bullfight. The man on the far left appears to be a bullfighter.
Description Notes
[Located on Mary Hemingway's desk; left third, middle, far right, Condition: good, slight brown/sepia tone, white horizontal streaks, matte print, Back of photo is stamped. "Institucion Defensora Propiedad Fotografica; Prohibida La Reproduccion Y Publicacion Sin Abonar Lod Derechos De Autor; Cano y Guerra; Fotografo Taurino; Ventura Vega, 21-Telef, 220159; Madrid."]
Mary Hemingway at Desk in Ketchum
Mary Hemingway at Desk ...
2018.2.5
Mary Hemingway sits at ...
[Located on Mary Heming...
 
Title
Mary Hemingway at Desk in Ketchum
Identifier
2018.2.5
Description Summary
Mary Hemingway sits at a typewriter at Cuban desk next to window in master bedroom of her home in Idaho
Description Notes
[Located on Mary Hemingway's desk; left third, bottom middle, Condition: poor, faded, fingerprints in corners, perforations along left and right edges, glossy print]
Gate in Winter in Ketchum
Gate in Winter in Ketch...
2018.2.6
A gate surrounded by sn...
[Located on Mary Heming...
 
Title
Gate in Winter in Ketchum
Identifier
2018.2.6
Description Summary
A gate surrounded by snow, with mountains in the background. This is possibly the entrance to Hemingway�s driveway in Ketchum
Description Notes
[Located on Mary Hemingway's desk; left third, bottom left, Condition: good, not curled, glossy print]
Hemingway House in Winter Through Pines
Hemingway House in Wint...
2018.2.7
A view of Hemingway Hou...
[Located on Mary Heming...
 
Title
Hemingway House in Winter Through Pines
Identifier
2018.2.7
Description Summary
A view of Hemingway House in winter, through pine trees, showing the side of the original entrance. There are power lines in the background.
Description Notes
[Located on Mary Hemingway's desk; left third, bottom middle-left, Condition: good, glossy print]
View of Sawtooths in Winter from Hemingway House?
View of Sawtooths in Wi...
2018.2.8
A view of snow covered ...
[Located on Mary Heming...
 
Title
View of Sawtooths in Winter from Hemingway House?
Identifier
2018.2.8
Description Summary
A view of snow covered mountains north of the Hemingway House in winter, with power lines in the top right corner.
Description Notes
[Located on Mary Hemingway's desk; left third, bottom middle-right, Condition: good, glossy print]
View of Hemingway House and Driveway in Winter
View of Hemingway House...
2018.2.9
A view of the mountains...
[Located on Mary Heming...
 
Title
View of Hemingway House and Driveway in Winter
Identifier
2018.2.9
Description Summary
A view of the mountains north of the Hemingway House with the side of the house and original entrance visible.
Description Notes
[Located on Mary Hemingway's desk; left third, bottom right, Condition: good, glossy print]
Hemingway and Bullfighter Luis Miguel Dominguin at Bullfight
Hemingway and Bullfight...
2018.3.1
Hemingway (right) seate...
[Frame 1, top right, Co...
 
Title
Hemingway and Bullfighter Luis Miguel Dominguin at Bullfight
Identifier
2018.3.1
Description Summary
Hemingway (right) seated at a bullfight, wearing white baseball-style cap, pinstriped shirt, watch, and sunglasses, next to bullfighter Luis Miguel Dominguin (who came out of retirement to fight Ordonez), left, wearing traditional torero attire and with a small bun in his hair, one woman and three men clearly visble in background
Description Notes
[Frame 1, top right, Condition: good, glossy print, small crease on left edge, small dust spots across print]
Hemingway and Ordonez at Bullfight, Drinking From Flask
Hemingway and Ordonez a...
2018.3.3
Ernest Hemingway seated...
[Frame 1, top left, Con...
 
Title
Hemingway and Ordonez at Bullfight, Drinking From Flask
Identifier
2018.3.3
Description Summary
Ernest Hemingway seated at bullfight, wearing checkered cap, light colored shirt, dark vest and glasses, next to Antonio Ordonez (middle) who is dressed in torero attire and drinking from a flask, unidentified man in a suit on right, large crowd visible in background, Cano signature bottom right
Description Notes
[Frame 1, top left, Condition: fair, matte print, sepia tone, various stains/folds along edges, white streaks throughout print]
An interview with Dennis Burks
Burks, Dennis, 1918- ,
An interview with Denni...
Oral history sound reco...
OH 0013 BUR
 
Title
An interview with Dennis Burks
Creator
Burks, Dennis, 1918- ,
Description
[The Oral History Collection consists of taped interviews of long-time residents. This oral history interview was conducted by Miriam Breckenridge; and was editied by Ginger Piotter, sandraHofferber, and Clara Spiegal; and was transcribed by Claudia Walsworth., This is a very detailed Oral History of the sheep business in the early 1900's when people were homesteading in Southern Idaho after water had been obtained because of the Jerome Water Project in 1909. It covers the Taylor Grazing Act of 1934 and gives a very thorough picture of sheep life and all things associated with that life. Topics of discussions include: feding sheep on a paved highway; shipping sheep to market; homesteading on the desert of southern Idaho; land dispute with the Utah Construction Company; ranching families; the Flat Top Sheep company; Senator John thomas; Dennis Burk's first job; pulling sheep camp; lambing; sheeep herders; the depression years and hard times; ethnicity of the sheep herders; the Perine Bridge; the work of sheep ranching; the Tillamook fire; Rodgerson, Idaho; moonshine; sheep ranching while going to college; sheep grazing and environmentalists; ranch labor; and wool.]
Identifier
OH 0013 BUR
Alta Horton Ellis Oral History
Ellis, Alta Horton 1904...
Alta Horton Ellis Oral ...
Oral history sound reco...
OH 0003 ELL
 
Title
Alta Horton Ellis Oral History
Creator
Ellis, Alta Horton 1904-1977.
Description
[The Oral History Collection consists of taped interviews of long-time residents. This Oral History is the first oral history in the series maintained by the Regional History Department of the Community Library and was conducted by Marian Breckenridge, who interviewed Alta Horton Ellis in the fall of 1977; the oral history was edited by Miram Breckenridge and Judith G. Johnson, and transcribed by Ginger Piotter and Claudia Walsworth., Alta was born in Carey, Idaho and grew up at Pole Creek Ranger Station (near Galena) where her father was one of the first employees for the Forest Service circa 1910; discussion of Pole Creek Ranger Station's isolation; discussion of sheep grazing in the area and her father's responsibility to trap coyotes and bears which were prone to prey on the sheep; discussion of lifestyle for sheep herding families; discussion of the creation and maintenance of Forset Service trails in the area; discussion of the Billingsley and Horton families at Carey and later in California; discussion of the Vienna Mine and start-up of Sun Valley; Alta worked at the clothing shop (Sak's Fifth Avenue) at Sun Valley the first year Sun Valley was open; discussion of the Ellis home on the Salmon River; discussion of Forest Service land use in the early days (circa 1910 - 1940); discussion of her dad being unwilling to learn to drive an automoble; and discussion of the early dirt roads in the Pole Creek area; mention that Ketchum was the largest sheep shipping point in the United States in 1912; mention that Alice Lake and Imogene Lake are named after the daughters in the Loche Family from Washington, DC. and Mr. Loche was a Forest Service inspector.]
Identifier
OH 0003 ELL
Alta Horton Ellis Oral History
Ellis, Alta Horton 1904...
Alta Horton Ellis Oral ...
Oral history sound reco...
OH 0003 ELL
 
Title
Alta Horton Ellis Oral History
Creator
Ellis, Alta Horton 1904-1977.
Description
[The Oral History Collection consists of taped interviews of long-time residents. This Oral History is the first oral history in the series maintained by the Regional History Department of the Community Library and was conducted by Marian Breckenridge, who interviewed Alta Horton Ellis in the fall of 1977; the oral history was edited by Miram Breckenridge and Judith G. Johnson, and transcribed by Ginger Piotter and Claudia Walsworth., Alta was born in Carey, Idaho and grew up at Pole Creek Ranger Station (near Galena) where her father was one of the first employees for the Forest Service circa 1910; discussion of Pole Creek Ranger Station's isolation; discussion of sheep grazing in the area and her father's responsibility to trap coyotes and bears which were prone to prey on the sheep; discussion of lifestyle for sheep herding families; discussion of the creation and maintenance of Forset Service trails in the area; discussion of the Billingsley and Horton families at Carey and later in California; discussion of the Vienna Mine and start-up of Sun Valley; Alta worked at the clothing shop (Sak's Fifth Avenue) at Sun Valley the first year Sun Valley was open; discussion of the Ellis home on the Salmon River; discussion of Forest Service land use in the early days (circa 1910 - 1940); discussion of her dad being unwilling to learn to drive an automoble; and discussion of the early dirt roads in the Pole Creek area; mention that Ketchum was the largest sheep shipping point in the United States in 1912; mention that Alice Lake and Imogene Lake are named after the daughters in the Loche Family from Washington, DC. and Mr. Loche was a Forest Service inspector.]
Identifier
OH 0003 ELL
An interview with Lucille Friedman
Friedman, Lucille 1894-
An interview with Lucil...
Oral history sound reco...
OH 0002 FRI
 
Title
An interview with Lucille Friedman
Creator
Friedman, Lucille 1894-
Description
[This oral history interview was conducted by Miriam Breckenridge in July 1977., Lucile Friedman discusses the Friedman family history; Lucile's father, Simon Moses Friedman and his cousin S. J. Friedman, who came to America together from Germany; her father's early work experiences with livestock and his arrival in the Hailey area with a band of sheep circa 1886; mention of Frank and Fred Gooding and other sheep ranchers; mention of her father's return to Germany to persuade her mother to marry and move to America; mentions Dot Allen, prostitution, and the Red Light District on River St. in Hailey, ID; father's decision to sell the sheepherding business and purchase a grocery store in Hailey, ID (originally the Williams and Walker Grocery); Guyer Hot Springs; horse riding; sage hens on the Camas Prairie; brief discussion of sheep herding/ranching lifestyle; mother contracting typhoid fever story; sheepherding familiies that camped in Hailey; discussion of Lucile's career teaching; the family purchase of the Hiawatha Hotel (formerly the Alturas Hotel); the eventual sale of the Hiawatha Hotel ca. 1945; Hailey Hot Springs resort; early Hailey businesses including Chinese businesses; discussion of Chinese presence in China Gardens, Hailey, ID, 1880s.; and Fox and Ensign families. Edited by Miram Breckenridge and Judith G. Johnson, transcribed by Maida Spaulding and Jane Chesley.]
Identifier
OH 0002 FRI
An interview with Lucille Friedman
Friedman, Lucille 1894-
An interview with Lucil...
Oral history sound reco...
OH 0002 FRI
 
Title
An interview with Lucille Friedman
Creator
Friedman, Lucille 1894-
Description
[This oral history interview was conducted by Miriam Breckenridge in July 1977., Lucile Friedman discusses the Friedman family history; Lucile's father, Simon Moses Friedman and his cousin S. J. Friedman, who came to America together from Germany; her father's early work experiences with livestock and his arrival in the Hailey area with a band of sheep circa 1886; mention of Frank and Fred Gooding and other sheep ranchers; mention of her father's return to Germany to persuade her mother to marry and move to America; mentions Dot Allen, prostitution, and the Red Light District on River St. in Hailey, ID; father's decision to sell the sheepherding business and purchase a grocery store in Hailey, ID (originally the Williams and Walker Grocery); Guyer Hot Springs; horse riding; sage hens on the Camas Prairie; brief discussion of sheep herding/ranching lifestyle; mother contracting typhoid fever story; sheepherding familiies that camped in Hailey; discussion of Lucile's career teaching; the family purchase of the Hiawatha Hotel (formerly the Alturas Hotel); the eventual sale of the Hiawatha Hotel ca. 1945; Hailey Hot Springs resort; early Hailey businesses including Chinese businesses; discussion of Chinese presence in China Gardens, Hailey, ID, 1880s.; and Fox and Ensign families. Edited by Miram Breckenridge and Judith G. Johnson, transcribed by Maida Spaulding and Jane Chesley.]
Identifier
OH 0002 FRI
Lucile Friedman Oral History: as narrated to Teresa Bergin.
Friedman, Lucile, 190?.
Lucile Friedman Oral Hi...
Oral history sound reco...
OH 0031 FRI
 
Title
Lucile Friedman Oral History: as narrated to Teresa Bergin.
Creator
Friedman, Lucile, 190?.
Description
[The Oral History Collection consists of taped interviews of long-time residents., This exciting history has a little of everything. Great stories about the Chinese in Hailey and the close relationship the Friedmans family had with them. Tales of the Red light district, bootlegging, and gambling, gives one a great outlook on what it was like back then. The Friedman family had a general store in Hailey and Lucile worked at the Hiawatha Hotel. Topics of discussion include: the Hailey family; Chinese places along River Street in Hailey; Chinese launderers; growing vegetables in China Gardens area of Hailey; Chineese cooks and wood choppers in Hailey; Dot Allen and the River Street red light district; visitors to the Hiawatha Hotel during Prohibition and the jars of alcohol they brought with them that they called "fruit juice"; some stories of Lucile's family coming to the US; native Americans on the Friedman homestead in the early days; Lucile's father's store in Hailey; memories of T. E. Picotte in Hailey; mention of Dr. Fox.]
Identifier
OH 0031 FRI
Lucile Friedman Oral History: as narrated to Teresa Bergin.
Friedman, Lucile, 190?.
Lucile Friedman Oral Hi...
Oral history sound reco...
OH 0031 FRI
 
Title
Lucile Friedman Oral History: as narrated to Teresa Bergin.
Creator
Friedman, Lucile, 190?.
Description
[The Oral History Collection consists of taped interviews of long-time residents., This exciting history has a little of everything. Great stories about the Chinese in Hailey and the close relationship the Friedmans family had with them. Tales of the Red light district, bootlegging, and gambling, gives one a great outlook on what it was like back then. The Friedman family had a general store in Hailey and Lucile worked at the Hiawatha Hotel. Topics of discussion include: the Hailey family; Chinese places along River Street in Hailey; Chinese launderers; growing vegetables in China Gardens area of Hailey; Chineese cooks and wood choppers in Hailey; Dot Allen and the River Street red light district; visitors to the Hiawatha Hotel during Prohibition and the jars of alcohol they brought with them that they called "fruit juice"; some stories of Lucile's family coming to the US; native Americans on the Friedman homestead in the early days; Lucile's father's store in Hailey; memories of T. E. Picotte in Hailey; mention of Dr. Fox.]
Identifier
OH 0031 FRI
OraL History Lucile Friedman
Lucile Friedman 1900- .
OraL History Lucile Fri...
Oral history sound reco...
OH 0047 FRI
 
Title
OraL History Lucile Friedman
Creator
Lucile Friedman 1900- .
Description
This Oral history is delightful for capturing Hailey at the turn of the century.Lucile grew up in Hailey when the Mellon Family owned the townsite which was later incorporated and sold to John Hailey. She went swimming at The Hailey Hot Springs Hotel. She mentions how George Hearst owned the Triumph Mine .Her family had one of the first refrigerators in town. All the vegetables in winter came from Hagermann and how she would get a bananna for Christmas. Fruit was very rare in the winter. They made their own entertainment. The Indians came through every summer to collect the Camas bulb and hunt. They sold her father beautiful mocassins and beaded gloves. Topics of discussion included: Lucile's father's immigration to the US and move to Idaho; her father being mayor in Hailey; development of Indian springs as water source for Hailey; Hailey Hot Springs resort; memories of the Croesus mine; memories of ice delivery in the summer; basketball at the high school; Harold Mantle joining the national guard and going to fight Panch Villa in mexico and later becoming a Brigadier General; memories of high school education in Hailey; memories of Fourth Of July parade and riding in the "Liberty car" in the parade; Mr. Daft, the sampling works, and Mr. Daft's stories of area history; T. E. Picote; memories of native Americans passing through (and staying overnoght in Lucile's family's yard) Hailey in summer; memories of fights outside the local dances sometimes; discussion of family houses and businesses in early Hailey;
Identifier
OH 0047 FRI
Myrtle Friedman Oral History as narrated to Larry Burke.
Friedman, Myrtle 1893-1...
Myrtle Friedman Oral Hi...
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OH 0049 FRI
 
Title
Myrtle Friedman Oral History as narrated to Larry Burke.
Creator
Friedman, Myrtle 1893-1990.
Description
[The Oral History Collection consists of taped interviews of long-time residents. This oral history interview was conducted by Larry Burk; and edited by Sandra Hofferber and Clara Speigel., Myrtle Friedman was born, raised and lived most of her life in Hailey, Idaho. She was the daughter of S. J. and Luscha Friedman, who were early pioneers in Hailey. Mtrtle taught in the Della School, volunteered with the Red Cross and the USO at the Sun Valley Lodge/Naval Convalescent Hospital during World War II. In the interview, she talks about life in Hailey in the early 1900s--mining, Chinese, buildings, her father's dry goods store, riding on her dad's horse-drawn cutter in winter, Chinese gardeners and vegetable peddlars, and how the women who worked as prostitutes in the red light district used to stay out of the public eye in Hailey.]
Identifier
OH 0049 FRI
Gordon Gray Oral History
Gray, Gordon 1904-1981.
Gordon Gray Oral Histor...
Oral history sound reco...
OH 0006 GRA
 
Title
Gordon Gray Oral History
Creator
Gray, Gordon 1904-1981.
Description
[The Oral History Collection consists of taped interviews of long-time residents. This Oral History was conducted by Marian Breckenridge, who interviewed Gordon Gray in July 1977; the oral history was edited by Miram Breckenridge, Connie Grabow, and Judith G. Johnson, and transcribed by Bill Robertson and Gloria Roach., Gordon Gray was born in the Alturas Hotel in 1904 and tells of exciting times in the young town of Hailey. He Worked for the Wood River Times and delivered papers to the Red Light District plus great stories of fires and other entertaining stories of the early 1900's and the 1880's of his parents youth. Topics of discussion include: stories about the (separate) arrival of both his mother and father in Hailey as youngsters (12 years old or so) in the early 1880s; discussion of colorful individuals and intesting events in Hailey; discussion of trailing of sheep through Hailey; discussion of the Hailey Hot Springs; tale concerning the celebration in Hailey when the news of the end of WWI became known; discussion of social life in early Hailey; mention of the rivalry between Bellevue and Hailey due to the contested election for county seat; mention of Permeal French coming from the Minnie Moore Mine folks and mention of other Hailey notables; and discussion of working as a prnters devil for the Wood River Times and later working at the Hailey Post Office., Transcription index reads as follows: Alturas Hotel 1, 15; Armistice Day 9; Aukema Drug 8; Bands 10, 21; Baseball 14; Baxter Hotel 12; Bellevue-Hailey relations 9-10; Broadford Road 1; Burkett 21-22; Burkhart 22; Casino 12; Chinese in Hailey 2, 11; Civil War 1; Clothing stores 19; County seat election 9-10; Cuneo 4-5; Dances 10-11; Doctors 6; Fires 9; Fleming 13; French, Permeal 21; Friedman's Store 18, 20; Gannett 10; Guyer Hot Springs 12; Hailey-Buildings 2, 8, 15, 17-20; Hailey-Homes 2; Hailey Hot Springs 12; Hailey-Opera House 17; Hailey-Saloons 18; Hangings 2-3; Hopke, Russell 20; Horses 12; Kelley Gulch 13; Ketchum 11; Lambert, Austin 16; Lane's Store 13; larsen, C. P. 7; Lodges 19-20; Mellon, Andrew 14; Minnie Moore mine 20; Neusiis, Carl 13; Newspapers 3-4, 6-7; Picotte, T. E. 3-4, 6-7; Post Office 16; Prohibition 5-6, 18; Raaf, John 12; Red Light District 4-5, 9; Richards 3; Robinson 16; Schools 10-11; Seymour's Saloon 18; Sheep 13-14; Smith, Roy 1; Snug Bar 4; Strahorn, (Robert) 21; Transportation 10-12; Triumph Mine 16; Wallace 14; Wool 13; World War I 7, 15; Wright, (Robert), Rd. 20.]
Identifier
OH 0006 GRA
Gordon Gray Oral History
Gray, Gordon 1904-1981.
Gordon Gray Oral Histor...
Oral history sound reco...
OH 0006 GRA
 
Title
Gordon Gray Oral History
Creator
Gray, Gordon 1904-1981.
Description
[The Oral History Collection consists of taped interviews of long-time residents. This Oral History was conducted by Marian Breckenridge, who interviewed Gordon Gray in July 1977; the oral history was edited by Miram Breckenridge, Connie Grabow, and Judith G. Johnson, and transcribed by Bill Robertson and Gloria Roach., Gordon Gray was born in the Alturas Hotel in 1904 and tells of exciting times in the young town of Hailey. He Worked for the Wood River Times and delivered papers to the Red Light District plus great stories of fires and other entertaining stories of the early 1900's and the 1880's of his parents youth. Topics of discussion include: stories about the (separate) arrival of both his mother and father in Hailey as youngsters (12 years old or so) in the early 1880s; discussion of colorful individuals and intesting events in Hailey; discussion of trailing of sheep through Hailey; discussion of the Hailey Hot Springs; tale concerning the celebration in Hailey when the news of the end of WWI became known; discussion of social life in early Hailey; mention of the rivalry between Bellevue and Hailey due to the contested election for county seat; mention of Permeal French coming from the Minnie Moore Mine folks and mention of other Hailey notables; and discussion of working as a prnters devil for the Wood River Times and later working at the Hailey Post Office., Transcription index reads as follows: Alturas Hotel 1, 15; Armistice Day 9; Aukema Drug 8; Bands 10, 21; Baseball 14; Baxter Hotel 12; Bellevue-Hailey relations 9-10; Broadford Road 1; Burkett 21-22; Burkhart 22; Casino 12; Chinese in Hailey 2, 11; Civil War 1; Clothing stores 19; County seat election 9-10; Cuneo 4-5; Dances 10-11; Doctors 6; Fires 9; Fleming 13; French, Permeal 21; Friedman's Store 18, 20; Gannett 10; Guyer Hot Springs 12; Hailey-Buildings 2, 8, 15, 17-20; Hailey-Homes 2; Hailey Hot Springs 12; Hailey-Opera House 17; Hailey-Saloons 18; Hangings 2-3; Hopke, Russell 20; Horses 12; Kelley Gulch 13; Ketchum 11; Lambert, Austin 16; Lane's Store 13; larsen, C. P. 7; Lodges 19-20; Mellon, Andrew 14; Minnie Moore mine 20; Neusiis, Carl 13; Newspapers 3-4, 6-7; Picotte, T. E. 3-4, 6-7; Post Office 16; Prohibition 5-6, 18; Raaf, John 12; Red Light District 4-5, 9; Richards 3; Robinson 16; Schools 10-11; Seymour's Saloon 18; Sheep 13-14; Smith, Roy 1; Snug Bar 4; Strahorn, (Robert) 21; Transportation 10-12; Triumph Mine 16; Wallace 14; Wool 13; World War I 7, 15; Wright, (Robert), Rd. 20.]
Identifier
OH 0006 GRA
Tillie Arnold Oral History : as narrated to Penney Brons.
Arnold, Tillie.
Tillie Arnold Oral Hist...
Oral history sound reco...
OH 0019 ARN
 
Title
Tillie Arnold Oral History : as narrated to Penney Brons.
Creator
Arnold, Tillie.
Description
[The Oral History Collection consists of taped interviews of long-time residents., LLoyd Arnold came to Sun Valley in 1937 working as photographer for the Union Pacific Railraod. He and his wife, Tillie, moved here permanetly in 1939 and opened a camera shop in Sun Valley. They became good friends of Ernest Hemingway and Gary Cooper and lived here during the best of times. The interview discusses some of Tillie's memories from her early life in Iowa and Nebraska, her husband's work on his book "High on the Wild with Hemingway", and her memories of her early years in the Sun Valley area.]
Identifier
OH 0019 ARN
Oral History of Edith Ellis Hyde
Edith Ellis Hyde 1906-1...
Oral History of Edith E...
OH 0107 HYD
 
Title
Oral History of Edith Ellis Hyde
Creator
Edith Ellis Hyde 1906-1990.
Description
[This oral history interview was conducted by Shawn Gray; transcribed by Margaret Donnelly; and edited by Sandra Hofferber., This interview deals mostly with memories of Sun Valley resort during World war II when the resort was utilized as a naval convalescent hospital; mention of war time rations and ration books, the helpfulness of locals toward all the sailors; memories of dances, working in the employee cafeteria after the war, war bond drives, knitting for the war effort; and the wonderful hospitality at Sun Valley resort.]
Identifier
OH 0107 HYD
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