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    • TakeATrip

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    • Four page pamphlet showcasing Robert W. Limbert's illustrated lecture on his explorations of Craters of the Moon before it was named a national monument. It also advertises for "God's Out of Doors" panorama exhibit in Boise, which included colored...
    • Bear Tracks in Lava Fields

    • Animal tracks; Volcanic rock;
    • Scattered in the lava ash were hundreds of bear tracks that could be traced for miles. The rumor of a dwarf grizzly bear was one of the initial reasons why Robert W. Limbert wanted to explore the unnamed Craters of the Moon area since the mid-1910s.
    • Boise Bikeway Plan 1975

    • Bicycles & tricycles; Transportation;
    • A development program for a desired bicycle system in the Boise Metropolitan area. Emphasis is placed on providing service to the commuter and recreational bicyclist, and separating bicyclists and motor vehicles whenever possible for safety.
    • Urban bicycle route system : master plan

    • Bicycles & tricycles; Transportation;
    • A development program for a desired bicycle system in the Boise Metropolitan area. Emphasis is placed on providing service to the commuter and recreational bicyclist, and separating bicyclists and motor vehicles whenever possible for safety.
    • Golden Z's

    • Boise State University; Community service;
    • Women from the Golden Z's making caramel apples for an event. This organization volunteered for many different events on and off campus. The three women are identified as Charlene Moore, Susan Larson, and Gloria Griffin.
    • Gymnasium Construction

    • Boise State University; Construction;
    • The construction of the Gymnasium from the southwest, with the Boise foothills and Table Rock in the background. The channel between the trees was dug for a heating tunnel, a source of heat for many buildings on the Boise Junior College campus.
    • Pi Epsilon Group Photo

    • Boise State University; Group portraits; Fraternities & Sororities
    • A group photo of Pi Epsilon. From the back of photo: The year 1976 was packed with activities including business tours, resume booklets, an Easter Breakfast, and many other social activities. Along with this the organization also added to the...
    • Latin American students

    • Boise State University; International students;
    • Four Latin American students at Boise Junior College posing for a picture for an article in the student newspaper. The article highlights the many public speaking events these students gave to the Boise community. From left to right: Salvador...
    • Homecoming

    • Boise State University; Jails; College administrators; Fund raising;
    • Three men, including Ed Wilkinson and Bob Gibb, of Boise State College are ""locked up,"" as a fund raising event during homecoming. Many Boise State homecoming events were western themed. The cage has several signs, one of which says 'Iron...
    • Library

    • Boise State University; Libraries
    • Students using the library to study. Notice the number of chairs per desk. By the early 1960s, the number of students was outgrowing the capacity of many of the buildings on campus. At this time, the Library was still located in the...
    • Golden Z's

    • Boise State University; Popcorn; Community service;
    • Women from the Golden Z's making popcorn for a basketball game. This organization volunteered for many different events on and off campus.
    • Raft Race

    • Boise State University; Rafts; Racing; Fraternities & sororities
    • Members of the Sigma Tau Delta fraternity pose for a group photo with their raft on the banks of the Boise River. The team is preparing for the raft race which includes many different Boise State fraternity, sororitiy, and dormitory teams racing...
    • Rob Perez

    • Boise State University; Student government; Shoemaking;
    • 1978-79 ASBSU President Rob Perez with boot maker Ralph Turner. Perez worked as Turner's apprentice for many years in Turner's boot and shoe shop in Mountain Home, Idaho.
    • Bruneau Canyon

    • Canyons; Valleys; Explorers; Rock formations;
    • Four unidentified travelers (one possibly female, far left) stand and sit along the side of Bruneau Canyon, staring out at the walls of the canyon.

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