Cecil Andrus in Hells Canyon. As governor, he and U.S. Sen. Jim McClure wrote the Idaho boundaries for the Hells Canyon National Recreation Area.
Cecil Andrus in Hells Canyon. As governor, he and U.S. Sen. Jim McClure wrote the Idaho boundaries for the Hells Canyon National Recreation Area. Cecil D. Andrus Papers, Special Collections and Archives, Boise State University
Cecil Andrus in Hells Canyon. As governor, he and U.S. Sen. Jim McClure wrote the Idaho boundaries for the Hells Canyon National Recreation Area. Cecil D. Andrus Papers, Special Collections and Archives, Boise State University

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