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    • Proclamation

    • Proclamations; National monuments;
    • A copy of the proclamation by President Calvin Coolidge creating the Craters of the Moon National Monument. The proclamation includes a map of the boundaries, approximately 39 square miles near Arco, Idaho. The rubber-stamped signature on the...
    • Field Trips

    • Automobiles; Caves; Geology;
    • A group of people posing with a cave and a car. The photo is identified as being published in the Idaho Statesman on July 15, 1923.
    • River of No Return Wilderness Management Plan

    • National parks & reserves; Research; Maps; Recreation; Wildlife conservation; Grazing; Land use;
    • Cover title: Frank Church--River of No Return Wilderness management plan. Prepared in compliance with the requirements of Section 5 of the Central Idaho Wilderness Act of 1980 (P.L.96-312), by the Wilderness Planning Team, Salmon National Forest...
    • River of No Return Wilderness Part B

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    • Cover title: Frank Church--River of No Return Wilderness management plan. Prepared in compliance with the requirements of Section 5 of the Central Idaho Wilderness Act of 1980 (P.L.96-312), by the Wilderness Planning Team, Salmon National Forest...
    • Field Trip Book 02

    • Travel; Roads; Camping; Fishing;
    • Edward Rhodenbaugh's daily, sometimes hourly, account of activities during the summer break of 1924. As a teacher at Gooding College, Edward had the summer off. He spent his time traveling throughout Idaho and Easter Oregon, including Craters of...
    • Field Trip Book 5

    • Geology; Education; Travel;
    • Field trip notebook of Edward F. Rhodenbaugh, mostly in Idaho locations. Note: blank pages were not included in the digital copy, but included in the pagination.
    • Craters of the Moon, Amphitheater Cave

    • Caves; Stalactites & stalagmites; Explorers;
    • Five male explorers rest in the cave that explorer Robert W. Limbert named Amphitheater Cave. Limbert described the cave as being "explored for half a mile underground until we came across apparently fresh bear tracks when we turned around and came...
    • Lava Fields

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    • Four men from the expedition examine the lava formations while carrying rifles and camping supplies. From left to right: Ad Santel, two unidentified men, and Robert W. Limbert. This photograph was printed in the 1924 National Geographic article,...
    • Bruneau Canyon

    • Canyons; Caves; Explorers; Bathing
    • Harold Wiggs peers into a cave while standing in a pool of water. Wiggs accompanied explorer Robert Limbert during his travels into the Bruneau River Valley in 1921.
    • Craters of the Moon, Amphitheater Cave

    • Caves; Explorers; Stalactites & stalagmites
    • Printed in Robert W. Limbert's National Geographic article on his expeditions, this is an interior shot of what he called Amphitheater Cave in Craters of the Moon. "This is one of a series of eight caves found near the Bridge of Tears. It is an...

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