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.
Entries from Lyman Wilbur's daily diary from 1956 describing the Wilburs' 1956 trip to Afghanistan as well as the days leading to the trip, when Wilbur met with people to discuss the project in Afghanistan. While these diary entries do not cover...
Boise State University; Ground breaking ceremonies; Shovels;
A line of men and women breaking ground on the Morrison Center construction project. Some persons include (some first names missing):John Keiser, Velma Morrison, John Evans, Phil Batt, Lombard, Elliott, Fred Norman, Ralph Comstock, Gwartney, Hymas,...
Polka by Mr. Selkirk = Sontag polka --
Schottish from G. Strongberg, Camp Washington Idaho Warrens Diggins --
Polka mazourka --
Waltz N.. 1 by Haug of Murphey's Camp California --
Dixie sett no. III --
City planning; Municipal government; Urban renewal; Parking; Traffic congestion;
An evaluation of the affect of the proposed Westpark Mall development on the adjacent arterial street system. The Westpark Mall is located generally between Cole Rd. on the east, Milwaukee St. on the west, Franklin Rd. on the south and Denton St....
At Menzel Bagh, the Morrison-Knudsen Afghanistan headquarters in the city of Kandahar, scenes of an outdoor party held in honor of Henrietta Wilbur and Marie Bonny, wives of M-K executives Lyman Wilbur and John Bonny. In this scene some of the M-K...
A group picture of student and faculty members of the Earth Science Club at Boise State. Some individuals identified in the photo are Ken Hollenbaugh, Mont Warner, Leland Mink, Monte Wilson, Jim Applegate, and Claude Spinosa.
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.