... that the Boise River routinely flooded to the lip of the Bench and as far north as Front Street before Arrowrock and Lucky Peak dams.
Cynthia Pease Mann
A school pays tribute to a remarkable pioneer
The Idaho State Historical Library and Archives presents Boise photographer R. Harold Sigler
Russell Lee in the Treasure Valley, 1941
An attorney and former territorial legislator organizes a municipal government and a street improvement fund.
James A. Pinney
A popular mayor, thrice reelected, builds fire stations, purchases a bridge, and commissions a grand city hall.
Trial of the Century
Labor battled capital in the epic 1907 Stuenenberg assassination trail
Boise's Quest for Drinkable Water
Entrepreneurs rose to the challenge of pumping our water supply
Teaching patriotism through celebration and parades.
A visual journey
Depot to the Dome
Mobile Home Living in Boise
its uncertain future and alarming decline
Save our Schools
The case for preserving Boise's neighborhood schools
Brick and brownstone traces of the immigrant city
Boise Past and Present
A photo gallery from the Boise State Hemingway Center
David Day's photographic restrospective
Its rise and fall, 1901-1972
Boise Architecture Project
Timberland High School guide to historic styles