Capitol Boulevard in Boise, Idaho. Looking north from the train station to the state capitol building. This photo was taken in the late 1940s or the early 1950s. The telephone office, expanded in the early ’50s, was the first building to crowd in on this unrestricted view of the capitol building. Then the Bank of Idaho (now Key Bank) put up its headquarters on the west side of Capitol Boulevard in 1963.
Photo by Irving Cornell