The Boise City Rapid Transit Company opened one streetcar line on Main Street in 1891 with a passing track in front of the Belgravia. For a nickel, one could take the streetcar out Warm Springs Avenue to the Natatorium.
Last week’s column on Scott Everhart Brewer is a good example. Brewer was a Boisean who died in Germany while serving as a gunner on a B-24 during World War II. Last month, a German named Tomas Hauschild was working with a metal detector
Brewer was a gunner on a B-24 who died in Germany in 1943. A man recently recovered his dog tags. BY Tim Woodward – firstname.lastname@example.org Edition Date: 01/30/08 Sixty-four years ago, an American bomber carrying a crew of eight and a New York Times reporter was shot down in Germany. Two weeks ago, a German with a […]