The William E. Borah Papers consist primarily of his published speeches. There is a letter to Franklin Roosevelt and correspondence with Walter White. Also included are photographs, campaign notebooks, and other items related to his Senatorial career.
The collection includes correspondence, writings, government documents, subject files, publications, articles, and artifacts which document the life and career of Pete Cenarrusa, one of Idaho's most influential statesmen of the second half of the 20th century.
The Stanford papers document the political, business, and ranching interests of Thomas C. Stanford (1865-1946), one of the prominent citizens of Blaine County, Idaho. In several hundred letters written form 1900 to 1945, he forcefully advocated the cause of the sheep rancher and farmer, addressing the problems of grazing, irrigation, wool marketing, and government in general. The Stanford papers are a vulnerable primary resource for the study of politics and agriculture in southern Idaho in the first half of the twentieth century.