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    • World War I appeal

    • Shipman, Nell, 1892-1970; Shipman, Barry, 1912-1994; Lederer, Otto, 1886-1965;
    • Nell Shipman, her son Barry, and actor Otto Lederer pose for a World War I fundraising appeal. Lederer appeared with Shipman in the films "The Wild Strain" and "Cavanaugh of the Forest Rangers," both released in 1918. Shipman also spoke at...
    • Wolf's Brush

    • Angstadt, Belle, 1867-1926; Peters, Lloyd, 1902-; Peters, Ray; Shipman, Barry, 1912-1994; Angstadt, Harry E.; Shipman, Nell, 1892-1970;
    • Nell Shipman's friend and confidante, Belle Angstadt (in bed), in the center of the scene during the filming of Shipman's lost film "Wolf's Brush," at Angstadt's Lone Star Ranch, on the shores of Priest Lake, Idaho. At the far left Lloyd Peters...
    • Wilderness: public meetings (I)

    • History; National parks & reserves; State parks & reserves; Legislation; Environmental policy; Conservation of natural resources; Town meetings; Forests; Public opinion; Roads; Maps;
    • Correspondence, news releases, and reports relating to forest management in Idaho, including a timeline of events.
    • Wilderness -- wild and scenic rivers

    • Rivers; Conservation of natural resources; Environmental policy; Land use; National parks & reserves;
    • Multiple documents regarding the proposal (and subsequent evaluations) that St. Joe River became part of the national wild and scenic river system.
    • Walt Whitman

    • Whitman, Walt, 1859-1928;
    • The actor Walt Whitman (1859-1928), who appeared in more than sixty films between 1915 and 1924, portraying Nell Shipman's father, the Skipper, in "The Grub-Stake."
    • Walt Whitman

    • Whitman, Walt, 1859-1928;
    • Actor Walt Whitman, in the role of the "old inventor," in Nell Shipman's film, "The Girl From God's Country."
    • W.H. Clune

    • Clune. W.H., 1862-1927;
    • W.H. Clune (right), the Los Angeles theater owner who was one of the financiers of "The Girl From God's Country," visiting the set with unidentified associates. They are greeting Nell Shipman's bear, Brownie. This was probably at Big Bear,...
    • Unknown film

    • Shipman, Nell, 1892-1970;
    • Nell Shipman (right) with two actors in a scene from one of the early silent films in which she appeared, possbily one of the films from Vitagraph's Wolfville series (1918).
    • Unknown film

    • Shipman, Nell, 1892-1970;
    • Nell Shipman (right) in a scene from an unidentified early silent film, possbily another scene from "Baree, Son of Kazan."
    • Unknown film

    • Shipman, Nell, 1892-1970;
    • Nell Shipman (center) with other actors in a scene from one of the early silent films in which she appeared, possbily one of the films from Vitagraph's Wolfville series (1918).
    • Tom Trusky

    • Trusky, Tom; Shipman, Nell, 1892-1970;
    • Tom Trusky (1944-2009), professor of English at Boise State University, examines a reel of film in his campus office, surrounded by Nell Shipman memorabilia. Trusky first became intrigued with the filmmaker in the early 1980s when he learned she...
    • To Carlos

    • Ayers, Charles H. Austin; Shipman, Nell, 1892-1970;
    • Poem by Nell Shipman, in her own hand, to painter Charles H. Austin Ayers ("Carlos"). Shipman's reference to "prison days" in the last line probably refers to the bad times during her last months in Idaho (crushing debt, dissolving relationship,...
    • The Silent Screen & My Talking Heart

    • Shipman, Nell, 1892-1970;
    • Cover illustration on Nell Shipman's autobiography, "The Silent Screen & My Talking Heart," published posthumously by Boise State University in 1987, with second and third editions in 1988 and 2001. Shipman wrote the autobiography in the late...
    • The Love Tree

    • Peters, Ray; Peters, Lloyd, 1902-;
    • Brothers Ray Peters (as the Prince) and Lloyd Peters (on the ground, as the Witch), in a scene from Nell Shipman's short unfinished film, "The Love Tree," filmed at Priest Lake, Idaho.
    • The Light on Lookout

    • Shipman, Nell, 1892-1970; Cochner, Ralph;
    • Nell Shipman (as Dreena) and Ralph Cochner (as Jim, the lumberjack), in a scene from The Light on Lookout, one of the short films Nell Shipman made at Lionhead Lodge on Priest Lake, Idaho.

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