Lincoln Day; Republican National Committee (U.S.); Legislators--United States
1971 Lincoln Day festivities. From left to right: Representative Jim McClure (R-Idaho), Senator Jordan (R-Idaho), Republican National Committee chairman Senator Bob Dole (R-Kansas), Representative Orval Hansen (R-Idaho) and Lieutenant Governor Jack...
A Comprehensive General Plan for guiding the future growth and development of Boise City. It is submitted after almost two years of study by a Planning Commission and Zoning Commission working in cooperation with other public officials and with the...
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...
Boise State University president John Keiser (center) poses with actor Robert Redford and Idaho Governor Cecil D. Andrus. Andrus and Redford were given Boise State University's President's Award for Western Life and Letters that year.
Bronco Athletic Association president Lee Scott and Governor Cecil D. Andrus in conversation at a Bronco Athletic Association picnic. Cecil Andrus is grilling the hamburgers. At left is Al Izzolo of ARA Food Service.
Campaign postcard for gubernatorial candidate Len Jordan. The front side features a portrait of Len Jordan with his signature and the back left hand corner reads "For governor the man who will represent ALL Idaho".
Republican National Committee (U.S.); Legislators--United States; Governors
G.O.P. Truth Squad, Republican National Committee, in Houston, Texas. Seated from left to right: Senator Robert Griffin (R-Michigan), Governor Dewey Bartlett (R-Oklahoma), Representative James Harvey (R-Michigan) and Senator Jordan (R-Idaho).
Governor Bob Smylie hands Eugene Chaffee a pen that signed a bill changing Boise Junior College to Boise College. Left to right: Governor Smylie, Larry Mill (shadowed), Glenn Compton, Ted Eberle, and Pres. Chaffee.