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    • Mining in Idaho

    • Abandoned mines; Activists; Mining equipment;
    • Ted Trueblood inspecting abandoned mining equipment. Remnants of Idaho's rich mining past can be found throughout the state.
    • 1938 Aerial Photo

    • Aerial photographs; Cities & towns; Rivers;
    • An aerial photo of the city of Boise taken directly overhead. This photo includes part of modern day North End, Morris Hill, Depot Bench, Boise State University and Downtown areas.
    • 1971 Aerial Photo, Central Boise

    • Aerial photographs; Cities & towns; Rivers;
    • An aerial photo of the city of Boise taken directly overhead. This photo includes part of modern day North End, Morris Hill, Depot Bench, Boise State University and Downtown areas.
    • 1971 Aerial Photo, West Boise

    • Aerial photographs; Cities & towns; Rivers;
    • An aerial photo of the city of Boise taken directly overhead. This photo includes part of modern day North End, Morris Hill, Depot Bench, Boise State University and Downtown areas.
    • Aerial photo of Yellowstone elk herd

    • Aerial photographs; Elk; National parks & reserves; Wildlife conservation;
    • Aerial photo of northern Yellowstone elk herd on Hellroaring Slope. Hellroaring Ridge (Bonner county, Idaho : ridge);
    • Aerial photo of clearcut

    • Aerial photographs; National parks & reserves; Rivers; Lumber industry; Conservation of natural resources; Environmental policy;
    • Aerial view of clearcut on South Fork of Salmon River. Ted Trueblood was on the River of No Return Wilderness Council.
    • Wilderness

    • Aerial views; National parks & reserves; Conservation of natural resources;
    • Aerial view of wilderness area.
    • Idaho backpackers

    • Backpacking; Hiking; National parks & reserves; Forests; Recreation; Camping;
    • Hikers leaving the Chamberlain basin for a week in the wilderness.
    • Urban bicycle route system : master plan

    • Bicycles & tricycles; Transportation;
    • 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.
    • Grazing allotment

    • Birds of prey; National parks & reserves; Grazing; Land use; Conservation of natural resources; Environmental policy;
    • Snake River Birds of Prey Area. Sunnyside winter grazing allotment. BLM-Managed.
    • Duck hunting

    • Birds; Game bird hunting; Shooting; Duck shooting; Wildlife conservation;
    • Man hunting waterfowl, taking aim with a shotgun.
    • Boise, Idaho's Gateway City

    • Boise Foothills; Boise State University; Tourism; Shopping;
    • Contains photos of various sites and sights in Boise, Idaho as well as some areas in Idaho which are within easy travel range of Boise.
    • Opaline School

    • Boise State University;
    • Opaline School house and the Excellence Bell. Both objects were moved to the Boise State campus from separate locations. The Opaline School was moved in the 1990s to make space for the Steve Appleton Tennis Courts.

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