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  • Idaho history in song: Mary Hallock Foote

    In words and song, Gary Eller tells the story of Mary Hallock, one of the most famous woman artists of the time, and her husband, Arthur Foote, who planned the Boise irrigation system. They lived near Lucky Peak Dam in the late 1800s.

Idaho history in song: Mary Hallock Foote

In words and song, Gary Eller tells the story of Mary Hallock, one of the most famous woman artists of the time, and her husband, Arthur Foote, who planned the Boise irrigation system. They lived near Lucky Peak Dam in the late 1800s.
Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com