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    • Comprehensive Management Plan (CMP)

    • Correspondence; National parks & reserves; Environmental policy; Recreation; Fires; Lumber; Grazing; Salmon; Conservation of natural resources;
    • Letters regarding input on Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) relating to commercial activities within the Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness; also mentions the Sawtooth National Forest and Hell's Canyon
    • 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.
    • Homecoming

    • Boise State University; Floats (Parades); Parades; Beauty contests;
    • The Newman Club's homecoming float circles the field in Bronco Stadium. This float won first place in the 1954 Homecoming float competition.
    • Homecoming parade

    • Boise State University; Coca-Cola Company; Floats (Parades);
    • A float in a BJC Homecoming parade sometime in the 1950s. The building behind the float is the Eastman Building, on the corner of Main street and 8th in downtown Boise. This building was destroyed by a fire in 1987, and the site has long been the...
    • Homecoming parade

    • Boise State University; Floats (Parades); Parking garages
    • The Valkyries float in the 1965 Boise College Homecoming parade proceeds east on Bannock Street through downtown Boise. Behind the float is a parking garage in the 900 block of Bannock.
    • Homecoming parade

    • Floats (Parades); Boise State University;
    • The Valkyries float proceeds east on Bannock Street in the 1965 Boise College Homecoming parade. The float is crossing 9th Street. Just in front of them is Sherm Perry Furniture; further down the block is the Hotel Boise (later the Hoff Building).
    • Lower Salmon River Recreation Area overview

    • National parks & reserves; Land use; Rivers; Conservation of natural resources; History; Legislation; Environmental policy; Tourism; Rivers; Boats; Wildlife conservation; Maps
    • Larry LaRocco's files on the issue of designating the Lower Salmon River a National Scenic and Recreation area.
    • Homecoming

    • Boise State University; Parades; Floats (Parades); Football; Crowns;
    • Homecoming parade float with scale and football players, a sign below the float reads "Boise State College Big Sky Crown."
    • The Best Thing Around Boise

    • Environmental policy; Land use; Government ownership;
    • An article by Ted Trueblood on the status of public lands and the "Sagebrush Rebellion," a political movement dealing with states rights and government control of lands in the Western United States. This draft is a version of an article titled...
    • Homecoming

    • Boise State University; Beauty contests;
    • Five homecoming queen contestants sitting on a parade float. In no order: Susan Hamilton, Pat Trask, Carolyn Carley, Jackie Voorhees, and Virginia Chapin. Mac Wright is standing to the left as the master of ceremonies. This photo most likely was...
    • Salmon River Preservation Bill

    • National parks & reserves; Forests; Correspondence; Salmon; Dam construction;
    • Letters to and from Frank Church regarding views on the Salmon River Preservation Bill; Along with a tabulation by counties of responses towards the Salmon River Preservation Bill and the Study on Sawtooth National Park.
    • Homecoming

    • Boise State University; Crowns; Floats (Parades); Beauty contestants;
    • A homecoming parade float with the King Beard winner and the Homecoming Queen.
    • Homecoming

    • Boise State University; Floats (Parades)
    • President of the Valkyries, Mary Lynn Hepner, receives an award for the homecoming parade float created by the Valkyries from the master of ceremonies, Mac Wright.
    • Bruneau Canyon

    • Canyons; Rivers; Valleys; Explorers
    • Photograph captures the Bruneau River from the bottom of the canyon. First found and named "Le Canyon de Brun" (Canyon of Brown) by French Canadian fur trappers, the Bruneau Canyon was publicized by Robert Limbert in numerous publications,...

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