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    • Aerial view, 1960s

    • Boise State University;Aerial photographs;
    • An aerial view of the Boise College campus from the mid 1960's. Construction of the new Student Union and Chaffee Hall can be seen in the background. The horseshoe drive which once led from the river to the Administration Building can be seen a...
    • Pep Rally

    • Boise State University; Cheerleading;
    • "Boise Junior College students - about 400 of them- took off about ten minutes from classroom activities Monday morning as they staged a pep rally on the steps of the college Administration building. Occasion was the welcoming home of the...
    • Acappella Choir

    • Boise State University; Choirs (Music);
    • Boise Junior College choir led by Griffith Bratt. Left to Right, first row: Mary Hostetler, C. Burchett, Bill Johnson, Carringer, Anthony Arrambide. Second row: Rachel Hamilton, Jean Hammer, John Elloriaga, Richard Rustay, Brower, Elher Sandy,...
    • Campus School

    • Boise State University;Classrooms;Reading;Elementary school teaching;School children
    • Elementary school children at Campus School led by a Boise Junior College education student.
    • Pep Band

    • Boise State University; Marching bands; Band uniforms; Group portraits;
    • Group photo of the Pep Band led by professor Jack (or John) Best. Left to Right: Sitting: Phylis Qualey, Joan Wahle. Second Row: Mr. Best, Bob Atwood, Buryl Carringer, (in chair) Dick Vandenburg, Bob Baker, (Drum) Gratin, Chuck Stewart, Ogan. (In...
    • Canvassing project

    • Boise State University; Political campaigns; Dormitories
    • A committee of Boise Junior College students who individually led other supporters in a canvassing project on behalf of a bond measure to build two dormitories at BJC. The Bond measure passed on April 11, 1950, resulting in the construction of...
    • Owyhee Canyonlands Wilderness Part A

    • Conservation of natural resources; Wildlife conservation; Environmental policy; Public opinion; Maps; Land use;
    • The purpose of the Owyhee Canyonlands Wilderness EIS is to develop a recommendation concerning the suitability of wilderness designation for eight wilderness study areas (WSAs) along the Owyhee River where the states of Oregon, Idaho, and Nevada...
    • Idaho voter attitudes on economic/environmental issues

    • Correspondence; Lumber industry; National parks & reserves; Sawmills; Conservation of natural resources; Public opinion; Research; Wildlife conservation; Land use; Snowmobiles; Public schools; Public opinion;
    • Constituent correspondence, survey report, and environmental impact statement on forest regulation and use of lands.
    • 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
    • Field Trip Book 5

    • Geology; Education; Travel;
    • Field trip notebook of Edward F. Rhodenbaugh, mostly in Idaho locations. Note: blank pages were not included in the digital copy, but included in the pagination.
    • Wilderness Road, no help to tourism

    • Environmental policy; Correspondence; Legislation; National parks & reserves; Backpacking; Recreation; Industry; Economic & industrial aspects;
    • Post-Register wilderness articles; John Barnes correspondence; Outfitters and Guides Act, Idaho Code.

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