- Papers, 1855-1974
- 9 ft.
- Finding aid online
Correspondence, personal papers, business and financial records, photos, and other papers, of four generations of a family prominent in business, civic, and social life of Boise, Idaho. Includes papers relating to the family's business interest in Idaho First National Bank and their ranching operations. Principal persons represented include C. W. Moore (1835-1916), pioneer, merchant, and founder of Idaho First National Bank; his daughter, Laura Moore Cunningham (1869-1963), civic and social leader; her nephew, Laurence Moore Bettis (1895-1976), bank director and rancher; and Bettis's father, Dr. Harry S. Bettis (1864-1934). Other persons represented include Catherine Minear Moore (1839-1911), Agnes Little Bettis (1905-1968), and J. W. Cunningham (1857-1946).
Arranged into subgroups centered around individual family members.
Access to material relating to Idaho First National Bank reorganization of 1962 restricted until 2014.
Gift of Carol L. MacGregor, Boise, Idaho, 1989.