292 W 100 S, Rupert, ID 83350, USA
Rupert High School
875 Perimeter Dr, Moscow, ID 83844, USA
University of Idaho at Moscow
Fort Collins, CO 80523, USA
Colorado State University
1000 E University Ave, Laramie, WY 82071, USA
University of Wyoming
(For more than a half century Dick d Easum collected stori...)
For more than a half century Dick d Easum collected stories about Idaho s Sawtooth Range, the people, its history, and its legends. D Easum assembled his stories into Sawtooth Tales, the first book about this area sometimes called the Alps of America.
(The Idanha is Idaho's very own "haunted" inn, in the hear...)
The Idanha is Idaho's very own "haunted" inn, in the heart of Idaho's capital city, Boise. It is one of the most famous inns in Idaho. Its lobby and guest rooms bubble with history. Its guest list reads like a who's who of the 20th century.
D'Easum attended schools at Salmon, May, Cascade and Council, Idaho, graduating in 1924 from Rupert High School. He then attended the University of Idaho at Moscow, graduating from it in 1930. He also attended Colorado State University and the University of Wyoming.
D'Easum served in the U.S. National Guard from 1926 to 1929, and in the U.S. Army Reserve Infantry from 1930 to 1940. He began his career as a reporter for the Idaho Statesman (in Boise, Idaho), in 1932, where he wrote a column, “Two Cents Worth” until 1943, and a second weekly column from 1943 to 1976. He became news director for the Idaho State Fish and Game Department in 1943, then editor for the University of Idaho Extension Service in 1949, where he remained working until 1972.
D’Easum then retired from state service and the rest of his life he worked as a full-time freelance writer.
(For more than a half century Dick d Easum collected stori...)1977
(The Idanha is Idaho's very own "haunted" inn, in the hear...)1984
(These Essays Originally Appeared In The Idaho Sunday Stat...)1959
D'Easum was married to Mary Williamson in 1935.