Robert W. Limbert's hand-drawn map of the Cinder Butte Region located near Arco, Idaho. The map includes drawings of wagon roads, horse trails, routes traveled by Limbert, camps, volcanic craters, and a scale.
Scattered in the lava ash were hundreds of bear tracks that could be traced for miles. The rumor of a dwarf grizzly bear was one of the initial reasons why Robert W. Limbert wanted to explore the unnamed Craters of the Moon area since the mid-1910s.
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Seven pilots with the Idaho Air National Guard at Gowen Field who are also Boise College students pose with a F-102 All Weather Interceptor. Pictured are Lt. Bill Miller, top; Lt. Gary Brewington in the cockpit; Lt. James Ahrens (seated) and Lt....
Spokane Scientist Elsie Hanft (left) kneels in front of a white tepee while a Native American woman and a young girl sit around it, photograph taken during an expedition to Lost Valley, near Craters of the Moon.