Promotional materials; Publicity photographs; Union Pacific Railroad Company; Tourism
Union Pacific Railroad Company published this promotional booklet to promote tourism and the railroad in Idaho, written and illustrated by Robert Limbert. The booklet is filled with photographs taken by Limbert while exploring Craters of the Moon,...
Hammett, Dashiell, 1894-1961--Criticism and interpretation; Chandler, William, 1888-1959--Criticism and interpretation; Women and literature--United States--History--20th century; American fiction--California--History and criticism; City and town...
Students eating and studying in the Student Union. Four student organization crests can be seen on a back wall. Left to right: Pi Sigma Sigma;Tau Alpha Pi, the vocational student club;unknown (possibly Intercollegiate Knights);and Esquires.
City planning; Municipal government; Urban renewal; Shopping centers;
Letters to and from Senator Len Jordan regarding the City of Boise city council, chamber of commerce, application for funding of an urban renewal project. The project seemed to be approved but no funds were available for the project in 1969.
Boise College 1968 Raft Race trophy ceremony. From left: Doug Simmonds, board of directors; Dale Nelson, captain of the winning raft; Paula McGoldrick, 1st lady; Mark Durell, chairman of the raft race.
Boise State University; Cannons; Fraternities & sororities;
The Pi Sigma Sigma fraternity poses for a group picture with a very small cannon. The group is waiting at the Boise train depot along with others from Boise Junior College for the football team from Pasadena City College.
Boise State University; Group portraits; Fraternities & Sororities
A group photo of Pi Sigma Epsilon. From the back of photo: Pi Sigma Epsilon is a Business Fraternity organized to give students who are interest in the business world experience in all phases of marketing and sales (sic) management. Pi Sigma...
A photo with a caption on the back, "Pi Sig Ladies." Top: Carol Purcell and Patricia Byrnes. Bottom: Janet Priddy and Linda Perry. Byrnes was First Lady of the fraternity's Presidential Ball that school year (see AR 003833).