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Pocatello Junction Committee Records 1989-1990

Scope and Content

This collection consists of correspondence, memorabilia, photographs and related material compiled by the Pocatello Junction Committee.

Among the topics this collection covers are the preparation and planning of events for the celebration of the Idaho Centennial in this region.

There is a sizable amount of material dedicated to the Fort Hall Project/Days of Old Fort Hall.

Series 1. Correspondence

Box 1 Fort Hall Project/Days of Old Fort Hall

1Application and budget for Fort Hall Project
2Days of Old Fort Hall binder #1
3Days of Old Fort Hall binder #2 part 1
4Days of Old Fort Hall binder #2 part 2
5Celebrate Idaho Centennial binder
6Dedication and Open House binder
7Old Town Pocatello binder

Box 2 Correspondence

1Support letters re: donations
2Applications for use of Centennial Logo
3List of sources for historic clothing costume patterns
4Account summaries
5Calendar of Events
6Background material on miscellaneous foundations
7Idaho Songbook material
8Correspondence re: Alumni Parade
9Fundraising report and supporting material
10Correspondence re: mini grants
11Correspondence re:The Mormon Tabernacle Choir
12Meeting Minutes

Box 3 Correspondence

1Year end report and supporting material
2Comments for Statehood Celebration
3Application for Brady Memorial Project and supporting material
4Supporting material for "Sights and Sounds" the Governor's Ball
  1. Bannock County Idaho Centennial Committee membership list
  2. News clip of Chair of Committee
6Final disbursement of funds and supporting material
7for "Idaho Statehood Week"
8Sister Counties Program
9Supporting material for "The Ties That Bind: History, Community and State"
10Liability Insurance Handbook
11Supporting material for the Bannock County Centennial Prayer Breakfast
12Supporting material from Boise Art Museum for the exhibit "One Hundred Years of Idaho Art 1850-1950"
13Funding letters

Box 4 Correspondence

1Local Celebrations Committee countdown list
2Support letters
3Budget and supporting material
4Support material for Distinguished Idahoan Event
5Samples of letterheads, logos
6Support material from Pocatello Labor Council
  1. Program for 3rd Annual Frontier Festival
  2. Program for "Paint Your Wagon"
  3. Idaho Guide to Idaho Centennial Products and Sponsors
8Greater Pocatello Area Strategic Plan for Community Development
9 Idaho Centennial Commission Annual Report
  1. The Idaho Centennial Wish Book
  2. Program for "Best of Idaho" recognition dinner
  3. Calendar of Events
  4. Program for "Visualizing the Future" 2nd Symposium
11Final Report of Idaho's 100th Birthday Celebration

Series 2: Memorabilia

Box 5 Memorabilia

1(5)Centennial license plates
2(2)Idaho shaped plaques
3(1)Distinguished Citizen of the Year plaque
4(2)Centennial Achievement Awards
5(1)Bank shaped like a truck
6(2)Jerry Tlucek cassette tapes

Box 6 Memorabilia

1 Women of Distinction award
2The Children's Art Yard Scrapbook
3(2)Idaho Centennial Folders for Idaho Statehood stamps
4Proclamation from The Office of the Governor for Idaho Statehood Day
5Name tag for Hazel Cox Chairman
6Commemorative Ornament
7American Flag with certification letters

Drawer 3 Map Cabinet in Rare Book Room

1(3)Large posters
2(10)Small posters

Series 3: Newspapers and news clips

Box 7 Newspapers and news clips

1(11) Local newspapers with centennial news
2(4)News clips

Series 4: Photographs

Box 8 Photographs

1(56)Photos of unidentified Indians and Old Fort Hall
2(25)Photos of unidentified people
  1. (8) photos of Pocatello buildings
  2. (4) negatives
4(55)Photos of a parade

Books: (transferred to Intermountain West Collection)

  1. Union Pacific The Rebirth 1894-1969 by Maury Klein
  2. Banking On The Hemingways by Linda Sillitoe
  3. One Hundred Years of Idaho Art 1850-1950 by Sandy Harthorn and Kathleen Bettis
  4. This Quiet Ground by Julia I. Randolph
  5. Early Idaho Atlas by Ralph N. Preston
Last Modified: 02/08/2008 sc