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    • Boise what where when

    • Telephone directories; Demography;
    • An informative booklet for citizens of Boise, Idaho and surrounding areas. The booklet was intended to assist individuals connect with services available to them.
    • Classroom Instruction

    • Boise State University;Classrooms;Music
    • Music professor John Best leads a class in the Music-Drama Building (later the Communication Building) probably sometime in the 1970s. The room was later reconfigured to serve as the television studio for the Communication Department, and although...
    • Downtown

    • Shopping centers; Urban renewal;
    • This song was written to entice people to shop and visit downtown Boise. The song highlights new construction and improved safety. Dion wrote and preformed many songs like this on a cassette tape titled "Idaho Zone."
    • Nell Shipman's company

    • Shipman, Nell, 1892-1970; Playter, Dick; Greenfield, Marge; Newhard, Robert, 1884-1945; Walker, Joseph B.; Maupin, Cliff; Daggy, Duke; Van Tuyle, Bert, 1878-1951;
    • Crew of "The Grub-Stake" pose with Nell Shipman on the studio set at Minnehaha Park in Spokane, Washington. Standing left to right are electrician Dick Playter, script girl Marge Greenfield, second cameraman Bobby Newhard, first cameraman Joseph...
    • Owl

    • Animals;
    • A photograph of an owl taken by Robert Limbert. This online collection also includes pictures of grizzly bears and Limbert's taxidermy studio.
    • Publicity Photograph

    • Church, Frank; Church, Bethine C.;
    • Senator and Mrs. Church pose for a publicity shot that was used for a campaign postcard. The photograph was taken in the Senate Photo Studio with a mock background of the Senate. From caption on back of postcard: "Senator Frank Church of Idaho and...
    • To Carlos

    • Ayers, Charles H. Austin; Shipman, Nell, 1892-1970;
    • Poem by Nell Shipman, in her own hand, to painter Charles H. Austin Ayers ("Carlos"). Shipman's reference to "prison days" in the last line probably refers to the bad times during her last months in Idaho (crushing debt, dissolving relationship,...

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