A Development Guide for the Central District of Boise. This guide is first a statement of objectives setting forth basic development goals and the specific planning proposals necessary to produce an attractive and efficient city center that will...
Housing developments; City planning; Municipal government; Urban renewal;
U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Outdoor Recreation Project Proposal - Acquisition application by the City of Boise to acquire approximatley 325 acres of land adjoing Boise River on both sides, for the purpose of creating a green belt.
Boise State University; Broncos; Pamphlets; Homecomings
The cover of a 1966 homecoming agenda pamphlet, featuring a Boise College Bronco kicking, or bucking, the Mesa College Mavericks, a rival college mascot. The Homecoming theme for the year was Birth of a New Tradition.
Contestants in the "King Beard" competition line up so their beards can be judged during Homecoming festitivites in 1966. Behind the men is a giant B made of old clothing tied to a wooden frame. The B will be burned later in the evening (see AR...
Engineers; Engineering & construction; Vietnam War, 1961-1975;
A reprint of the cover of the magazine "Engineering News-Record", featuring Lyman Wilbur. In 1966, he was awarded Construction's Man of the Year title by the magazine for his work in Vietnam during the war.
A giant B consisting of old clothes tied to a wooden frame burning in the center of the football field as part of the homecoming ceremonies. Boise Junior College homecomings traditionally included a large bon fire.
Women from the Golden Z's making caramel apples for an event. This organization volunteered for many different events on and off campus. The three women are identified as Charlene Moore, Susan Larson, and Gloria Griffin.
Boise College students gathering for a Hawaiian themed dinner. Those identified are Elisa Cole, Terry Peterson, Carol Hindman, Joann Miranda, Linda Mosman, Pam Barton, Theresa Harms, and Loraine Laucirica.
Boise State University; Parades; Convertible automobiles;
Boise College president Eugene B. Chaffee (behind the driver) and vice president William Gottenberg await the start of the 1966 Homecoming parade in a convertible Chevrolet Impala. The vehicle is parked in front of the Idaho State Capitol...