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    • Taxidermy Shop Interior

    • Taxidermy; Stores & shops; Wicker furniture
    • Interior view of Robert W. Limbert's taxidermy shop. Furniture includes two wicker chairs and a desk. The shelves below the trophy heads hold smaller sculpted works.
    • Taxidermy Shop Interior

    • Taxidermy; Stores & shops; Hides & skins
    • Interior view of the workshop and storage area in Robert W. Limbert's taxidermy shop. The space is filled with pelts, heads, and other fragments of taxidermy work.
    • Taxidermy Process

    • Taxidermy; Elk; Hides & skins
    • An elk in a realistic pose in the process of being preserved in Robert W. Limbert's workshop. The hide has been added to the plaster cast.
    • Taxidermy Shop Interior

    • Stores & shops; Taxidermy;
    • 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...
    • World War I appeal

    • Shipman, Nell, 1892-1970; Shipman, Barry, 1912-1994; Lederer, Otto, 1886-1965;
    • Nell Shipman, her son Barry, and actor Otto Lederer pose for a World War I fundraising appeal. Lederer appeared with Shipman in the films "The Wild Strain" and "Cavanaugh of the Forest Rangers," both released in 1918. Shipman also spoke at...
    • Nell Shipman

    • Shipman, Nell, 1892-1970;
    • Nell Shipman, in one of the publicity stills from her Shipman-Curwood Productions album. The caption under the photo as published in the Los Angeles Times on July 31, 1918, reads "Nell Shipman as Nepeese / The Indian girl who became the 'close...
    • Unknown film

    • Shipman, Nell, 1892-1970;
    • Nell Shipman (right) with two actors in a scene from one of the early silent films in which she appeared, possbily one of the films from Vitagraph's Wolfville series (1918).
    • Unknown film

    • Shipman, Nell, 1892-1970;
    • Nell Shipman (center) with other actors in a scene from one of the early silent films in which she appeared, possbily one of the films from Vitagraph's Wolfville series (1918).
    • Unknown film

    • Shipman, Nell, 1892-1970;
    • Nell Shipman (right) in a scene from an unidentified early silent film, possbily another scene from "Baree, Son of Kazan."
    • Motorcycle Police Badge

    • Roach, William Francis, 1891-1973; Police; Badges;
    • Police badge worn by Doc Roach when he was in the Boise Police Department, the only motorcycle officer. The badge has an eagle on the top and a star in the middle. The wording around the star reads "2 Special 2 Police Boise-Idaho." The badge is...
    • Doc Roach on Motorcycle

    • Roach, William Francis, 1891-1973; Motorcycle police;
    • Pictured is Doc Roach sitting on his police motorcycle in front of a 1920s era Chevrolet. Doc Roach was Boise's first motorcycle police officer during his brief stint with the Boise Police Department.

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