Own a piece of Idaho History!
Dorothy Lamour, woman with roses and
person in gorilla costume arriving on
United Airline plane to promote
Lamour’s 1938 film “Her Jungle
Photo Credit: Everett L. “Shorty” Fuller Collection
Did You Know that You Can Purchase Prints of Historic Maps or Photographs?
The collections of the Idaho State Archives include nearly one million photographs, maps and documents. Images from the Idaho State Archives are featured in all types of publications, business reports and products, educational exhibitions, family histories, office décor, and interior design. Reproductions from the collection are also on display at the State Capitol building, where historic images representing a variety of time periods and subjects can be viewed.
Consider Idaho’s visual history for personal, professional and commercial use. Fees for photograph services, maps and documents directly support the preservation and access to Idaho’s historical archives.
Prints and digital images of materials may be purchased by filling out our order form, unless restricted by the donor, copyright, or the condition of the item. Delivery options include CD/DVD, email attachment, FTP (File Transfer Protocol, depending on the size and format) and on-site pick-up. Photograph reproduction and delivery fees apply.
Idaho State archives staff will assist with finalizing your order. To ensure accuracy and optimum customer service, please note image orders are non-refundable.
Permission Use Form should be completed for publication or other public use. A Permission Use fee schedule is available upon request. Use requests must be discussed with an Idaho State Archives staff member prior to completion of image orders.