An extraordinary system of cultural and historic resources.

Public Programs

Idaho State Archives Public Programs

photo of circa 1915 automobile

Automobile at Shoshone Falls

Photo Credit: Idaho State Archives

Book Discussions
May 21, 6:oopm

Each month, we read and discuss a relatively new title on some aspect of American history. Discussions are led by Steve Barrett, archivist, BSU adjunct faculty member, and coordinator of ISHS’ Abraham Lincoln: His Legacy in Idaho permanent exhibit. The selected book for the May discussion is Lincoln's Melancholy: How Depression Challenged a President and Fueled His Greatness, written by Joshua Wolf Shenk. 

 

Archives Tours

The Idaho State Archives offers historical exhibits, introductory tours of the Research Center and Archives facility tours by appointment. The Idaho State Archives strives to educate government agencies and the citizens of Idaho about its collections and how to access them.

 

Check the calendar of events for an opportunity for hands on learning in the
Idaho State Archives.  Contact us at (208) 334-2620 or e-mail.