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    • Arnold Barham and Barry Shipman

    • Barham, Arnold Foster; Shipman, Barry, 1912-1994;
    • Nell Shipman's father, Arnold Foster Barham, and her son, Barry Shipman, outside their home in Glendale, California, 1918. Barry attended a military academy and is wearing a school uniform. The Shipmans' Glendale home has been moved from its...
    • Hot Dog Stand

    • Boise State University; Food vendors;
    • Trent Comblin cleans off the food cart, getting ready to sell hot dogs and sausages to students in front of the Business Building.
    • James Oliver Curwood

    • Curwood, James Oliver, 1878-1927;
    • James Oliver Curwood, with bear skins and dogs, in one of the photos from Nell Shipman's Shipman-Curwood Productions album. Nell Shipman's films "Back to God's Country" and "God's Country and the Woman" were based on Curwood's stories.
    • Laddie

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    • Barry Shipman's collie Laddie, presented to him as an Easter present. Laddie had a small part with Nell Shipman in the lost Vitagraph film, "The Wild Strain" (1917) and accompanied the Shipmans to Spokane and Priest River, Idaho, where he lost his...
    • Nell Shipman's company

    • Duffill, Daddy; Overmyer, Dorothy Winslow; Van Tuyle, Bert, 1878-1951; Shipman, Nell, 1892-1970; Newhard, Robert, 1884-1945; Cochner, Ralph; Shipman, Barry, 1912-1994;
    • Members of Nell Shipman's company at her movie camp, Lionhead Lodge, on the shores of Priest Lake, Idaho. From left to right, standing: Daddy Duffill, Dorothy Winslow, Bert Van Tuyle, Nell Shipman, Bobby Newhard, and Ralph Cochner. In the...
    • Limbert Family

    • Family; Dogs;
    • Margaret Limbert sits in the grass with her three children, from left to right: Robert, Margaret, and Grace. Teddy the family dog moves in the foreground.
    • Protestor with signs at Freedom Day

    • Gay rights; Activists; Protest movements; Protest posters;
    • Man protesting Freedom Day with signs saying "Keep 'Queers' in the closet," and "Barney Frank Anti-Gay Hot Dogs: Try a real man's weenie Free while they last"
    • Something New

    • Maupin, Cliff; Walker, Joseph B.; Van Tuyle, Bert, 1878-1951; Shipman, Nell, 1892-1970;
    • Cast and crew of Nell Shipman's film "Something New." From left to right: Cliff Maupin, cinematographer Joseph B. Walker, Bert Van Tuyle (putting on make-up at the mirror), and Nell Shipman (revising the script) with her dog Laddie.
    • Fire Prevention Week

    • Roach, William Francis, 1891-1973; Boise State University; Fire engines; Fire prevention--Study and teaching; Firehouse dogs; Fire departments--Uniforms;
    • A fire engine visits the Boise Junior College football game against Oakland Junior College as part of Fire Prevention Week. Pictured on the field at Bronco Stadium in front of the fire engine are, from left to right, Lieutenant Ken Hammond, Miss...
    • Boise Fire Station No. 2

    • Roach, William Francis, 1891-1973; Fire engines; Fire fighters; Firehouse dogs; Fire stations; Horse-drawn vehicles; Horses; Fire departments--Uniforms;
    • Photograph of Boise Fire Station #2 in Boise's North End neighborhood, including the horse team the "Nasty Blacks" named Bird and King. On the carriage seat are Doc Roach and Captain James Lindsay. Standing on the engine is Hoseman Bill Cates,...
    • Light on Lookout

    • Shipman, Barry, 1912-1994; Cochner, Ralph; Overmyer, Dorothy Winslow; Newhard, Robert, 1884-1945; Shipman, Nell, 1892-1970;
    • Cast and crew of Nell Shipman's film, "The Light on Lookout," at Lookout Mountain, near Priest Lake, Idaho. From left to right: Barry Shipman, Ralph Cochner, Dorothy Winslow (arms crossed), cameraman Bobby Newhard, and Nell Shipman. Barry...
    • Something New

    • Shipman, Nell, 1892-1970;
    • Nell Shipman, co-star and co-director of "Something New," rests with her dog Laddie in the Maxwell automobile that was the real star of the film.
    • Nell Shipman

    • Shipman, Nell, 1892-1970;
    • Nell Shipman on location at Priest Lake, Idaho. This photo comes from a photo scrapbook (MSS 258) compiled by Gertrude B. Hein, sister of Belle Angstadt, Shipman's good friend at Priest Lake.

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