Two pages taken from Robert W. Limbert's sketchbook that he kept while living in Nebraska. It includes handwritten directions related to proportions and measurements for taxidermy purposes and a drawing of proportions for the dog/wolf.
Tarentum District Sportsmen's Club Ticket. Robert W. Limbert, billed as "Two Gun Limbert of Idaho, " was listed as a naturalist, explorer, writer, radio broadcaster, cowboy, big game hunter, and a world champion revolver marksman.
Izaak Walton League of America; Tickets; Public speaking;
Admission ticket to a Robert W. Limbert lecture in Chicago as part of his winter traveling lecture series. The Izaak Walton League, founded in 1922 to save outdoor America for future generations, often hired Limbert to perform for their...
Tickets; Shooting; Motion pictures; Public speaking;
Admission ticket from Robert W. Limbert's exhibition tours featuring his talents for imitating birds and animals, shooting a revolver, and showing films he made while exploring the Sawtooth Mountains. Limbert's appearance helped raise funds for the...
Margaret Limbert (far right) stands in a line with three unidentified women wearing long skirts. They are standing inside what Robert W. Limbert named "Indian Cave," which was located 18 miles northwest of Boise.
Margaret Limbert (top row, far right) and Robert W. Limbert (bottom row, far right) pose with six unidentified men and women inside a dark room with a low ceiling. Graffiti is scattered across the walls, including the words "George" and "Bill."
Interior view of a taxidermy shop with a working desk and chest of drawers in the background. Animal hides and tools are scattered throughout the room. Robert W. Limbert removes casting material from a deer carcass.
Interior view of Robert W. Limbert's taxidermy shop. Furniture includes wicker seats, desk, table, and bookcase. The framed pictures on the back wall include photographs taken at the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition. The storage space...
Panama-Pacific International Exposition (1915 : San Francisco, Calif.); Exhibitions; Urns; Potatoes
Idaho Grain Exhibit, featuring sixteen urns of Idaho grains. The exhibit sat next to the baked potato booth to the right of the Shoshone Falls model. The exhibit was designed and built by Robert W. Limbert.
Panama-Pacific International Exposition (1915 : San Francisco, Calif.); Exhibitions; Waterfalls; Potatoes;
Unknown person standing next to the model of Shoshone Falls. The sign above the Shoshone Falls model reads: "212 ft. high, 47 ft. higher than Niagara Falls, One of the scenic wonders of the northwest / In the heart of a million acres of irrigated...