Roach, William Francis, 1891-1973; Fire fighters; Fire engines; Fire stations; Fire departments--Uniforms; Horse-drawn vehicles; Horses; Fire chiefs; Fire departments--Officials and employees;
A 1912 composite picture of the Boise Fire Department. The four fire stations in Boise at pictured, one in each corner. Upper left: Central Station (6th and Idaho); upper right: Combination Station No. 3 (16th and Ressequie); bottom right:...
A development program for a desired bicycle system in the Boise Metropolitan area. Emphasis is placed on providing service to the commuter and recreational bicyclist, and separating bicyclists and motor vehicles whenever possible for safety.
A postcard featuring the drill and hose-drying tower, five stories high. Five firemen lean from the ladder attached to the exterior of the building, with two men standing on top of the building. Caption reads:"A hose drying tower was built onto...
Housing developments; City planning; Municipal government; Urban renewal; Shopping centers;
A proposal to the City of Boise to develop a shopping center, or mall, at the current location of Quinn's Pond, the Clock Tower Apartments, and the proposed Whitewater Park boulevard - an area at the end of 30th street.
Housing developments; City planning; Municipal government; Urban renewal;
An Urban Renewal Plan for the Boise Central District Redevelopment Project in the City of Boise, and consists of the Text, the Description of the Project Area Boundaries, the Project Area and Land Use Map, the Description of the Properties within...
Fire stations; Fire fighters; Fire departments--Uniforms; Fire engines--Chemical fire engines; Phonographs;
From caption in book: "Phonograph, suspenders, nonchalance, brass pole, and the quick-hitch drop harness." From left to right: John Mitchell, Walt Culver, Fred Lindsay, Ed Hilt, Charles Spore, Harlan Brane, W.G. Forster, Warren Morse, and Charles...
Fire prevention--Study and teaching; Fire fighters;
One of many photographs taken as part of the fire prevention series on "Things not to do." Captain Charles Brock disposes of his ash tray in a garbage can while he sits at his desk in the Central Fire Station.
Fire prevention--Study and teaching; Fire fighters; Smoking;
One of many photographs taken as part of the fire prevention series on "Things not to do." Fire fighters Art Gregory (left) and Marion New (right) at the Central Fire station smoke cigarettes over a pile of debris.
Fire stations; Horse-drawn vehicles; Horses; Fire fighters; Fire engines;
Pictured is the newly built Boise Central Fire Station, along with four chemical engines, four teams of horses, fire dog, and the fire fighters. Book caption: "The first professional department, its new Central Station, and all equipment, 1904."