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    • Automobile Flat Tire

    • Automobiles; Automobile repair;
    • Robert W. Limbert uses an air pump to inflate an automobile flat tire on a dirt road. The sign inside the windshield of the car reads "Boise Chautauqua, June 28 to July 5"
    • Disco dance

    • Boise State University;Dance parties;Dormitories;
    • Caption in the yearbook reads "Springtime at Boise State: the students just can't help themselves and dance for joy. 1976 was a spring to remember as the Dormies held a street dance out on the grass in front of Morrison and Driscoll Halls".
    • Pep Band

    • Boise State University;Marching bands;
    • Pep band group photo with director John Best. First row: B. Carringer, S. Brashears, W. Azcuenaga, B. Crowley, C. Shanahan, B. Baker, K. Ripley. Second row: S. Daly, R. Mamerow, J. Eberle, B. Steele, B. Johnson, D. McGuire, S. Stevens. Third...
    • Benefits

    • Boise State University; Pianos;
    • On stage, a group looks at a man with an umbrella that reads "Side by Side." Back row, L to R: Jerry Schraeder, Gordon Eichmann, Katie Stein, Fred Norman, Jim Watkinson. Front row: Bitsy Quinn, and others.
    • Typing

    • Boise State University;Typewriters;
    • Groups of students use typewriters for projects, a booklet on the table reads: "BSU Preview November 14".
    • Drill and Hose-Drying Tower

    • Fire stations; Ladders; Fire fighters;
    • A postcard featuring the drill and hose-drying tower, five stories high. Five firemen lean from the ladder attached to the exterior of the building, with two men standing on top of the building. Caption reads:"A hose drying tower was built onto...
    • Panama Pacific International Exposition

    • Panama-Pacific International Exposition (1915 : San Francisco, Calif.); Exhibitions; Waterfalls;
    • Robert W. Limbert stands next to his model of Shoshone Falls. The model consisted of actual water flowing over the falls. In the foreground lies a relief map of Idaho with a sign that reads, "See America First. Begin with Idaho."
    • Panama Pacific International Exposition

    • Panama-Pacific International Exposition (1915 : San Francisco, Calif.); Exhibitions; Waterfalls; Potatoes;
    • Unknown person standing next to the model of Shoshone Falls. The sign above the Shoshone Falls model reads: "212 ft. high, 47 ft. higher than Niagara Falls, One of the scenic wonders of the northwest / In the heart of a million acres of irrigated...
    • Fire Prevention Week

    • Roach, William Francis, 1891-1973; Boise State University; Fire engines; Fire prevention--Study and teaching; Firehouse dogs; Fire departments--Uniforms;
    • A fire engine visits the Boise Junior College football game against Oakland Junior College as part of Fire Prevention Week. Pictured on the field at Bronco Stadium in front of the fire engine are, from left to right, Lieutenant Ken Hammond, Miss...
    • Miss Sparky and Doc Roach

    • Roach, William Francis, 1891-1973; Fire engines; Fire prevention--Study and teaching; Fire departments--Uniforms; Girls;
    • Doc Roach stands with the winner of the 1957 Miss Sparky competition, Sarah Jane Benson, who is sitting on the front bumper of a fire engine. The Miss Sparky competition was held as a part of Fire Prevention Week activities. A fire prevention...
    • Boise Engine Company No. 2

    • Roach, William Francis, 1891-1973; Fire fighters; Fire stations; Fire engines--Chemical fire engines; Horse-drawn vehicles; Horses; Fire departments--Uniforms;
    • A picture of Boise Fire Department Engine Company Number 2 in front of their new station built in 1912. Book caption: "In 1912 Engine Company Number 2 was established to help protect the warehouse and business districts. It was located at 16th...

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