Shoshone Falls from south Idaho with early model Buick touring car. 'Enjoying life in a Buick.' Front seat: Mr. and Mrs. Lind. Back seat: Mrs. Alot, Linds' two daughters; Helen, left; Lilly, right. Idaho. by Helen Lind Bloomenshine.
Pocatello District Champion basketball team from Company 5489, Camp Paul Rupert, Idaho. Left to right front row: Price, Brack, R. Jenkins, Morris, Kaminski. Back row: C. Jenkins (manager), O.D.N., Kerry, Pettis, Virgil A. Enke (coach).
Front row left to right: unknown, unknown, Henry Singer (Idaho Power Co.), C. W. Gamble (Boise Payette), James Bradley, Mrs. Opal Sarcent, Mrs. Bobby Corbett (all of Bradley Mining Co.), J. Lynn Driscoll (First Security), C. C. Anderson, John J....
Page 10: Aerial view of Blum's Dude Ranch on the West slope of the Bitterroot Mountains. Elk, Deer, Bear, Goat, and Fish are plentiful. On the
white line to the left of the picture is an airport that we use many
Page 5: This is an aerial close-up of the Airport and buildings. Between the main building
and the large hangar may be seen 20 Cubs used for Elementary training. The left of the
main building is the line of Fairchild trainers used for Intermediate...
Page 20: Bun Phay, left, is operating a Magnuflux machine
used to detect minute cracks in vital engine parts thus cutting possible
engine failure to a minimum. Three of the mechanics have taken special
training in the operation of this machine from...
James Stewart and Alice Fletcher set up camp at Cold Spring. The camping gear is spread on the ground next to the tent. The wagon, horses, and James are on the left. Alice stands next to the tent. The forest fills the back ground.
Mechanical drawing class. Left side, front to rear: Sapp, Solomon, Potwatka, Rex, E. Moore, and J. Martin. Standing: Gillespie and Polonowski. Right side, front to rear: Oiler, Moxie Miller, Alex Walker, and Peckens. Mr. Peltz, instructor. ...
Camps; Rabbits; Rabbit hunting; Clothing and dress;
Getting ready for the rabbit hunt, winter 1939. Farmers were having trouble with rabbits, they got the Civilian Conservation Corps people to go on a hunt. "I didn't kill one Rabbit. They called me 'Chicken Lou,' I couldn't kill anything." Lou...