Boise State University’s rich history is documented in the thousands of photographs, slides, and negatives that comprise the University Archives photo collection. From as far back as the school's opening day as Boise Junior College on September 6, 1932, photographers have captured on film the buildings, …
In 2003 Bethine Church was interviewed by Idaho Public Television on the program Dialogue.
About Bethine Church
Jean Bethine Clark was born on February 19, 1923, to Jean Burnett Clark and Chase Addison Clark in Mackay, Idaho. Bethine grew up in a politically active family; her uncle Barzilla served as Idaho …
Photos, clippings, articles and some emphemera from the life and carreer of Pete T. Cenarrusa, Idaho's longest serving public official.
Pete Cenarrusa Biographical Sketch by Olivia Umphrey, 2007
Pete Cenarrusa was born in Carey, Idaho, on December 16, 1917. His parents, Jose (Joe) Marie Zenarruzabeitia and …
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Photos by Limbert and photos of Limbert documenting his exploration of little-known regions of Idaho in the 1910s and 20s, notably what is now known as Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve, the Bruneau River canyon, and Sawtooth Mountains. The collection also includes images from his taxidermy …
Photos, documents, maps, and other resources from Special Collections documenting the history, culture, and people of Idaho and the American West. Check back often for new collections.