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.
Housing developments; City planning; Municipal government; Urban renewal;
U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Outdoor Recreation Project Proposal - Acquisition application by the City of Boise to acquire approximatley 325 acres of land adjoing Boise River on both sides, for the purpose of creating a green belt.
The pledges of the 1959-60 school year Golden Z's, a student organization at Boise Junior College affiliated with the Zonta Club. This student organization was formed in 1956, and was the first junior college in the United States to be selected to...
The Boise 2010 project is a process designed to develop basic assessments of the current community condition and identify the five or six most critical problems within each QOL component area. Each of the problems identified will be evaluated based...
Students eating and studying in the Student Union. Four student organization crests can be seen on a back wall. Left to right: Pi Sigma Sigma;Tau Alpha Pi, the vocational student club;unknown (possibly Intercollegiate Knights);and Esquires.
Reist, Jay; Church, Bethine C.; Church, Frank; Gastaneta, Carlos Garcia;
Senator Frank and Bethine Church meet with Jay Reist (left) and Dr. Carlos Garcia Gastaneta (right)
at the Country Club de Lima while en route to the Economic Conference of the Organization of American States in Buenos Aires.
Officers of the Circle K student organization stand under the clock the group donated to Boise State College. Left to right: Roger Logan, Phil Brollier, and Bruce Collier. The clock was located along College Boulevard (now University Drive) east...
Boise State University; Initiation rites; Fraternities & sororities; Hotels;
New recruits to the Intercollegiate Knights student organization dressed as knights as part of the pledging rituals for the group. A similar photo on the IK page in the 1951 yearbook indicates that this photo is probably from the Fall of 1950.