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    • Quinn Pond Drowning

    • Fire fighters; Emergency medical services; Medical instruments and apparatus; Ponds; Fire departments--Uniforms;
    • The Boise Fire Department responds to a drowning at Quinn Pond (also known as Quinn Robbins Pond). Two fire fighters provide aid to the victim, while a third looks on while standing next to an oxygen tank. An onlooker is pictured leaning again...
    • Idaho's Natural Bridge

    • Rock formations;
    • Robert W. Limbert's article, "Idaho's Natural Bridge Revealed to the World," described the natural wonder which he named "Bridge of the Moon." The caption in the article reads, "this wonderful rock formation spanning an abrupt canyon in central...
    • "Idaho group pushes for anti-gay law"

    • Gay rights; Gays; Activists; Political issues;
    • Oregon anti-gay activist and chairman of the Oregon Citizens Alliance, Lon Mabon, comes to Boise and pledges to put an anti-gay initiative on Idaho's 1994 ballot.
    • "Gays hold vigil at Family Forum"

    • Gay rights; Gays; Activists; Political issues; Political parades & rallies; Fasts; Religion & politics;
    • Metropolitan Community Church organizes a gathering at the Idaho Family Forum offices in Boise in conjunction with Mel White's fast before the Colorado Springs Family Forum office.
    • "Alliance vows fair campaign"

    • Gay rights; Gays; Activists; Political issues; Campaign managers; Political campaigns; Press conferences;
    • Kelly Walton, chairman of the Idaho Citizens Alliance, vows to not slander gays and to run a clean campaign for the passage of his anti-gay initiative.
    • Associated Women Students

    • Boise State University;
    • Idaho Statesman, February 1954: "Who says a gal can't keep a secret? Shirley Byrne [AWS President] of BJC isn't merely showing off a secret-pal valentine…she's the only one who knows the identity of the college "King of Hearts," the lucky...
    • "ICA files anti-gay initiative"

    • Gay rights; Gays; Activists; Political issues; Law & legal affairs; Petitions; Minorities;
    • Idaho Citizens Alliance files the anti-gay initiative that would disallow homosexuals from receiving minority status protection.
    • Hieroglyphics

    • Rock art; Indigenous peoples;
    • Hieroglyphics"" at White Arrow Hot Springs near Bliss Idaho. Photos are by Paul Bostron sent to Rhodenbaugh on July 7, 1923, with hopes of getting them published in the Idaho Statesman.
    • Hieroglyphics

    • Rock art; Indigenous peoples;
    • Hieroglyphics"" at White Arrow Hot Springs near Bliss Idaho. Photos are by Paul Bostron sent to Rhodenbaugh on July 7, 1923, with hopes of getting them published in the Idaho Statesman.
    • Hieroglyphics

    • Rock art; Indigenous peoples;
    • Hieroglyphics"" at Whie Arrow Hot Springs near Bliss Idaho. Photos are by Paul Bostron sent to Rhodenbaugh on July 7, 1923, with hopes of getting them published in the Idaho Statesman.
    • Hieroglyphics

    • Rock art; Indigenous peoples;
    • Hieroglyphics"" at Whie Arrow Hot Springs near Bliss Idaho. Photos are by Paul Bostron sent to Rhodenbaugh on July 7, 1923, with hopes of getting them published in the Idaho Statesman.
    • Hieroglyphics

    • Rock art; Indigenous peoples;
    • Hieroglyphics"" at Whie Arrow Hot Springs near Bliss Idaho. Photos are by Paul Bostron sent to Rhodenbaugh on July 7, 1923, with hopes of getting them published in the Idaho Statesman.
    • Hieroglyphics

    • Rock art; Indigenous peoples;
    • Hieroglyphics"" at Whie Arrow Hot Springs near Bliss Idaho. Photos are by Paul Bostron sent to Rhodenbaugh on July 7, 1923, with hopes of getting them published in the Idaho Statesman.
    • Hieroglyphics

    • Rock art; Indigenous peoples;
    • Hieroglyphics"" at Whie Arrow Hot Springs near Bliss Idaho. Photos are by Paul Bostron sent to Rhodenbaugh on July 7, 1923, with hopes of getting them published in the Idaho Statesman.
    • Hieroglyphics

    • Rock art; Indigenous peoples;
    • Hieroglyphics"" at Whie Arrow Hot Springs near Bliss Idaho. Photos are by Paul Bostron sent to Rhodenbaugh on July 7, 1923, with hopes of getting them published in the Idaho Statesman.

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