Nestled in the Portneuf Gap where the Snake River Plain meets the Rocky Mountains, Pocatello is a regional economic, transportation, and education hub in Southeast Idaho. The Idaho State Journal and its predecessor, the Pocatello Tribune, have been covering events and capturing the spirit of the people in and around Pocatello since 1890. Pocatello in Print: From the Archives of the Idaho State Journal displays photographs that illustrate and celebrate over a century of Pocatello history.
About the Author
Pocatello in Print is a collaborative project written by six students in Management 4499/5599, Collaborative Creativity, a partnership between the College of Business and University Honors Program at Idaho State University (ISU). The students have selected photographs of buildings, people, and events, ranging from the Chief Theatre and Pocatello's original Carnegie library to depictions of US presidential visits and the city in wartime, as well as newspaper advertisements stretching across decades, that bring the stories of Pocatello to life.The authors' royalties from the sales of this book will support student programs at ISU.
Table of Contents
2 The Evolution of Pocatello 21
3 Features 43
4 Entertainment and Recreation 57
5 War Times in Pocatello 71
6 Advertisements through the Years 83
7 Pocatello's Past Meets Present 105