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Richards, Melvira - State: Idaho - Year: 1861

Camping and Picnicking - Idaho

Mills, Milling and Log Storage - Idaho

Smokejumpers: Training - Idaho

Geological Formations - Idaho

Aircraft and Airports - Idaho

Historical Transportation - Idaho

Foresters at Work - Idaho

Disease Control - Idaho

Disease Control - Idaho

Logging: Felling - Idaho

Land Use Rehabilitation - Idaho

Disease Control - Idaho

Water Use: Electricity - Idaho

Bridges - Idaho

Erosion Effects - Idaho

Cattle Grazing - Idaho

Cut -Over Areas (Repeat Series) - Idaho

Range Revegetation - Plant Control - Idaho

Forest Fire Camps - Idaho

Forest Diseases - Idaho

Homesteads - Idaho

Forest Diseases - Idaho

Fishing - Idaho

Mining - Idaho

Grassland Types - Idaho

Historical Transportation - Idaho

Disease Control - Idaho

Geological Formations - Canyons - Idaho

Forest Diseases - Idaho

Logging: Loading Logs - Idaho

Logging: Brush Disposal - Idaho

Forest Mensuration - Idaho

Active Fires - Idaho

Disease Control - Idaho

Burned -Over Areas - Idaho

Mining - Idaho

Cut -Over Areas (Repeat Series) - Idaho

Homesteads - Idaho

Smokejumpers: Training - Idaho

Disease Control - Idaho

Bridges - Idaho

Cut -Over Areas (Repeat Series) - Idaho

Cut -Over Areas (Repeat Series) - Idaho

Burned -Over Areas - Idaho

Forest Fire Camps - Idaho

Waterfall Scenes - Idaho

Administrative Structures - Idaho

Crude Products: Fuelwood - Idaho

Camping and Picnicking - Idaho

Homesteads - Idaho

Logging: Felling - Idaho

Effects of Grazing - Idaho

Administrative Structures - Idaho

Administrative Structures - Idaho

Camping and Picnicking - Idaho

Damaged Properties - Idaho

Pruning - Idaho

Forest Fire Camps - Idaho

Mills, Milling and Log Storage - Idaho

Mining - Idaho

Waterfall Scenes - Idaho

Sheep Grazing - Idaho

Smokejumpers: In Action - Idaho

Fish Planting - Idaho

Fishing - Idaho

Communications: Radios - Idaho

Disease Control - Idaho

Foresters at Work - Idaho

Burned -Over Areas - Idaho

Burned -Over Areas - Camera Point - Idaho

Forest Diseases - Idaho

Smokejumpers: Training - Idaho

Communications: Radios - Idaho

Administrative Structures - Idaho

Burned -Over Areas - Idaho

Fire Control Research - Idaho

Hiking / Riding - Idaho

Erosion Effects - Idaho

Pruning - Idaho

Hiking / Riding - Idaho

Administrative Structures - Idaho

Fishing - Idaho

Effects of Grazing - Idaho

Disease Control - Idaho

Mills, Milling and Log Storage - Idaho

Logging: Transportation: Trucks - Idaho

Fishing - Idaho

Camping and Picnicking - Idaho

Range Revegetation - Plant Control - Idaho

Disease Control - Idaho

Fire Control Research - Idaho

Burned -Over Areas - Idaho

Logging: Transportation: Log Drive - Idaho

Camping and Picnicking - Idaho

Camping and Picnicking - Idaho

Geological Formations - Canyons - Idaho

Seasoning and Shipping Lumber - Idaho

Forest Fire Camps - Idaho

Burned -Over Areas - Idaho

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