Twenty page cookbook distributed during Senator Frank Church's 1980 campaign. The booklet contains seventeen recipes favored by Bethine Church, including main dishes, soups, appetizers, salads, and desserts.
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."
Gay rights; Gays; Activists; Political issues; Gays in military service; Military life; Military organizations; Military personnel; Military policy; Supreme Court decisions;
The US Supreme Court allows the Pentagon to implement the 'Don't ask, don't tell' policy for the US armed forces. The current ruling only applies to the sailor who challenged the policy but does set a precedence for the Pentagon to follow.
Senator Frank and Bethine Church campaign for his reelection to the U.S. Senate in Orofino in 1961. Frank shakes hands with a woman on a blanket in the park while another woman smoking and a baby look on.
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...
Fire prevention--Study and teaching; Fire fighters; Smoking;
One of many photographs taken as part of the fire prevention series on "Things not to do." Fire fighters Art Gregory (left) and Marion New (right) at the Central Fire station smoke cigarettes over a pile of debris.
Fire prevention--Study and teaching; Fire fighters;
One of many photographs taken as part of the fire prevention series on "Things not to do." Captain Charles Brock disposes of his ash tray in a garbage can while he sits at his desk in the Central Fire Station.
Fire prevention--Study and teaching; Fire departments--Officials and employees; Laundry--Equipment and supplies;
One of many photographs taken as part of the fire prevention series on "Things not to do." Boise Fire Department secretary Flora Worthan at her home talks on the phone while a hot iron is left laying on top of clothing on the ironing board.