Dulce Kersting-Lark

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Senator James McClure Collection

Photograph of Sentaor James A. McClure
One of the largest single collections in the University of Idaho Library’s Special Collections and Archives is the James A. McClure papers. The documents relate to McClure’s distinguished career as a politician, beginning with three terms in the Idaho House of Representatives, followed by six years representing Idaho in the... [Read More]

Check It Out--The Main Street Video Co-op Digital Collection

Spoofs Collection
As much as I hate to admit it, I am now old enough to nostalgically reflect on the things “kids these days” know nothing about. Dial-up internet, using a friend’s landline to call home, and waiting for the weekly installment of ABC’s TGIF programming all built character and patience. A... [Read More]

Moscow Food Co-Op

Celebrating Community Connection

November 1998 Moscow Food Co-Op Newsletter
Last year the Moscow Food Co-op celebrated fifty years of providing wholesome groceries and community connection here on the Palouse. Started in 1973 by a group of friends, the cooperative venture was heavily influenced by cultural attitudes of the time, including a desire for healthier foods, disillusionment with corporate agriculture,... [Read More]

Uncovering Local History in a University Archive

Students in the University of Idaho Library
A primary function of the University of Idaho Library’s Special Collections and Archives is to collect records and materials that tell the story of university students, faculty, staff, and alumni. Our repository cares for all manner of U of I collections, from club scrapbooks to administrative budget ledgers, from athletics... [Read More]

CCC in Idaho

Group photo of Peone CCC Camp SCS-2 near Worley, undated
Our region is home to so many iconic symbols synonymous with natural spaces, like towering pine trees, free flowing trout streams, and lush prairie grass waving in the wind. Another group of features that populate our outdoor landscapes, though perhaps they escape the notice of many folks today, are the... [Read More]