We have a large collection of “This Week” Magazine from the Lewiston Tribune, 1940’s-1960’s.
We have a small wonderful collection of Christmas catalogs.
When Amalia’s husband Charles Whalen died at a young age, Amalia moved to California with her daughter...
We have a small collection of “Boy’s Life” Magazines.
We have a small, but interesting collection of WSU memorabilia, now called Washington State University.
We have a very large collection of “Genesee News” and “Gazette”. 1898-1980
We have yet to re-find the original, but do have copies that were made in about the 1960’s.
You can find the story of the Korean War here, with daily newspapers, brochures and magazines.
We have gathered a small collection of Sports History. More could most likely be found in the large collection...
We have a large collection of “Newsweek” and “Time” magazines.
In 1953, Bertha Lorang convince Henry to donate their father’s taxidermy items to the U of Idaho....
We have a small interesting collection of U of Idaho memorabilia.
The Civil Rights story is told here through daily newspapers of the 1950’s and 1960’s.
We have a collection of McCarthyism Era daily newspapers and magazines.
We have several “Life” Magazines
A collection of stories on the Polio epidemic have been gathered here in daily newspapers and magazines...
We have a small, but interesting collection on tractor memorabilia.
A collection of early photographs and news stories of Native American peoples can be found in the Homestead...
We have a small collection of Mid-Century Modern design magazines.
We have a very large collection of magazines. 1899-1970. Everything from early “McCall’s”...
The history of the Space Program can be found here, 1950’s-1960’s, in the Post WWII Room.
From the Spokesman Review newspaper.
We have a large collection of Kennedy memorabilia.
This is an exact reprint of a very good read.
The story of U. S. involvement in Vietnam can be found here.
We have very large collection of “Genesee News” and “Gazette”.
We have a very large collection of WWI, WWII, Korean War and Vietnam War newspapers.
We have a large collection of “American Legion” magazines.
Bertha was the 7th child of John and Mary Lorang.
In 1977, the Holsum Bakery closed where Dan Lorang, Henry’s son, had been working. Dan later went...
We have large collection of local newspapers with stories of Lewiston, Moscow, WSU Pullman and U of Idaho,...
In 1968, the “Genesee News” stopped publishing. The “Kendrick Gazette” and “Genesee...
We have a small collection of 1980-1981 daily newspapers and special editions of Mt. St. Helen’s.
Dan and Janet Lorang measured and recorded all dimensions of the Cellar, Blacksmith Shop and Woodshed...
We have a collection of locally produced books.
Soon after this article, the original negative was found here. It was taken by John Lorang on July 4,...
Retroactive to Oct. 2003, when we first applied and entered the probationary phase for 5 years.
Dan and Janet Lorang kept ledgers of expenses since they were married. It’s quite a documentation....
Check out the “Photography” section under “Events” to see the many wonderful...
White Spring Ranch
1004 Lorang Road
Genesee, Idaho 83832
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