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    • Arnold Barham and Barry Shipman

    • Barham, Arnold Foster; Shipman, Barry, 1912-1994;
    • Nell Shipman's father, Arnold Foster Barham, and her son, Barry Shipman, outside their home in Glendale, California, 1918. Barry attended a military academy and is wearing a school uniform. The Shipmans' Glendale home has been moved from its...
    • 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.
    • Aerial view, 1930s

    • Boise State University;Aerial photographs
    • An aerial view from the south of the future site of the BJC campus, previously the site of the Boise Municipal Airport. The Boise train depot, the State Capitol building, and Capitol Boulevard linking them can be seen on the far left.
    • Bronco Stadium

    • Boise State University;Aerial photographs;
    • An aerial view of old Bronco Stadium. A baseball field occupied the present site of the Student Union and Special Events Center.
    • Aerial view, 1980s

    • Boise State University;Aerial photographs;Parks;
    • An aerial view of the Boise State University campus, the Boise River, Julia Davis Park and downtown Boise. The Pavilion site was being prepared for construction.
    • Varney Airlines Monument

    • Boise State University; Aeronautics; Monuments & memorials;
    • "A monument commemorating Varney Airlines was unveiled on the Boise State campus this month in a ceremony featuring aviation, university, and state officials. The campus [Boise State] was once the site of the Boise Municipal Airport and the initial...
    • Archaeology

    • Boise State University; Archaeological sites; Archaeology;
    • Archaeologists work with trowels, paintbrushes and dust pans at the Hatwai site. Two years of excavation under the direction of Ken Ames, visiting professor of archaeology at Boise State, uncovered the 'oldest' Indian village in the area, located...
    • Archaeology

    • Boise State University; Archaeological sites; Archaeology;
    • An archaeologist sifts through Pleistocene loess (fine-grained, wind blown, top soil) for Paleo-Indian material at the site of an ancient Indian village on Hatwai Creek near Lewiston, Idaho. Over 900 artifacts, thousands of flakes, bones and other...
    • Archaeology

    • Boise State University; Archaeological sites; Archaeology;
    • Field director Ken Ames, state highway archaeologist and visiting professor of archaeology at Boise State, supervises archaeology students at the Hatwai site, near Lewiston, Idaho, excavating an ancient Indian village. The excavation crew works...
    • Archaeology

    • Boise State University; Archaeological sites; Archaeology;
    • South facing overview of the Hatwai archaeological site near Lewiston, Idaho, an ancient Indian village, excavated under the direction of Ken Ames, visiting professor of archaeology at Boise State.
    • Archaeology

    • Boise State University; Archaeological sites; Archaeology;
    • Aerial photograph of an ancient Indian village site on Hatwai Creek near Lewiston, Idaho. The excavation was supervised by Ken Ames, state highway archaeologist and visiting professor of archaeology at Boise State, who directed the work of students...
    • Archaeology

    • Boise State University; Archaeological sites; Archaeology;
    • Archaeology students work at the site of a Shoshoni house along the Snake River near Three Island State Park, Glenns Ferry, Idaho, during Boise State University's first annual summer archaeology summer field camp.
    • Archaeology

    • Boise State University; Archaeological sites; Archaeology;
    • Archaeologists excavate at Danskin Rock Shelter, an archaeological site on the South Fork of the Boise River, during a dig directed by Boise State anthropology professor Mark Plew.
    • Boise State students

    • Boise State University; Art; Pottery;
    • College students take a break between classes on the Boise State campus. On the left, some studenst view tables of pottery and one student is painting. This open area is now the site of the Special Events Center.
    • BJC Gets Campus Grounds

    • Boise State University; Boise Junior College;
    • The Boise Junior college district today had a new campus, but no money to build with. The campus was acquired when the city council voted last night to donate Broadway airport—now useless to the city to the college district for a campus. It is...
    • Architecture of BJC to be Gothic

    • Boise State University; Boise Junior College;
    • By Hermie Kroeger. Collegiate Gothic architecture will be the style of the new Boise Junior College to be built on the old Boise airport site, Eugene Chaffee, president, disclosed today. The building will be more than 300 feet long. The exact...
    • Housing Expansion is Planned at BJC

    • Boise State University; Boise Junior College;
    • Two dormitories housing 128 students and 24 housing units for married veterans are scheduled for construction at Boise Junior college, with plans calling for completion but the time school opens this fall, President Eugene B. Chaffee announces....
    • B.J.C. Alumni Entertainment at Chaffees Open House

    • Boise State University; Boise Junior College;
    • Approximately 50 Boise Junior college alumni attended the open house Thursday afternoon arranged by President and Mrs. Eugene B. Chaffee at their own home on Whitney Bench. Mrs. Clark Hatch, Mrs. Roland Power poured. Miss Virginia Leach was...

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