Fire extinction; Fires; Flame; Smoke; Stores, Retail;
Flames and smoke billow upwards from the building while the Avenue Market sign hangs on its side. Water streams shoot towards the fire from the bottom right of the photograph. The Avenue Market was located on Warm Springs Avenue near the old Idaho...
Shipman, Nell, 1892-1970; Ayers, Charles Douglas, 1926-; Feldman, Daphne Ayers, 1926-1990; Ayers, Charles H. Austin;
Portrait of Nell Shipman and her twin children, Charles Douglas Ayers and Daphne Anne Ayers, painted by Charles H. Austin Ayers, the twins' father, in 1930 while the family was living in Taos, New Mexico, at Mabel Dodge Luhan's artists' retreat. ...
Drugstores; Fire extinction; Smoke; Fire fighters; Fire engines; Fire hose; Hotels;
City street scene with smoke billowing out of the Ballou-Latimer storefront. On the right side of the photo is a crowd of people standing on the sidewalk in front of the Pacific Hotel. Fire hoses run down the center of the street.
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.
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."
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...
Ribbon from the third annual ball of the Boise City Fire Department. Four sequins are sewn to the ribbon. Four colored ribbons hang from the pendent and read Boise Engine, No. 1 (red), Relief Engine, No. 1 (cream), Ada Hook and Ladder (light blue),...
Housing developments; City planning; Municipal government; Urban renewal;
A report on the actions of the Boise Convention & Visitors Bureau roughly from 1982 to 1985, also includes "1984 Trends Survey Results," from the International Association of Convention & Visitor Bureaus.
Housing developments; City planning; Municipal government; Urban renewal; Parking;
A parking study for the Boise Downtown Redevelopment Project. The project is proposed as a mixed-use development containing office, retail, theater, hotel, and convention center uses. Located on eight blocks of downtown Boise, the project will be...
Roach, William Francis, 1891-1973; Fire fighters; Fire stations; Fire engines--Chemical fire engines; Horse-drawn vehicles; Horses; Fire departments--Uniforms;
A picture of Boise Fire Department Engine Company Number 2 in front of their new station built in 1912. Book caption: "In 1912 Engine Company Number 2 was established to help protect the warehouse and business districts. It was located at 16th...
Fire fighters; Fire engines; Fire departments--Uniforms; Fire stations;
Two men in uniform (Bill Foster, left, and Charley Fanckboner, right) sit inside the Boise's first Chief's car, an E.M.F. The building on the left reads "Post No Bills"underneath a skull and crossbones image. The Fire Department building is...
Fire fighters; Fire engines; Horse-drawn vehicles; Horses;
Six firefighters ride on a fire engine pulled by three horses. The firefighters are putting on their uniforms as the engine is in motion. Sign on engine reads "B.F.D." The phrase "Topping Photo 1910" is handwritten on the photograph.
Fire engines; Fire stations; Horse-drawn vehicles; Horses;
Color postcard featuring images of the exteriors of the three fire stations in Boise. Upper left: Boise Chemical Station No. 2; upper right: Boise Chemical Station No. 3; and center: Boise Central Station.
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:...
Roach, William Francis, 1891-1973; Fire fighters; Fire chiefs; Fire departments--Officials and employees; Fire departments--Uniforms;
A composite photo of the 1951 Boise Fire Department. Under each individual photograph is a name and position held. First row, from the top (left to right): Donald Baker, Harry Bowen, Walter Bowling, Charles Brock, Fred Brown, Ray Brown, Tom Brown,...
Fire fighters; Fire stations; Horse-drawn vehicles; Horses; Fire departments--Uniforms;
Five firemen sit in front of the engine bay of Fire Station No. 2 in the North End neighborhood, with the horse team, the "Nasty Blacks," behind them. From left to right: George Lindsay, John Stewart, Jim Lindsay, Bill Barts, and John Mitchell.