A line of pack horses make a half circle as they cross the volcanic soil of the Craters of the Moon area. The horses are barely distinguishable from the rocks on the right side of the photo, about a quarter of the way down from the top.
Entries from the diary of Henrietta Wilbur describing the Wilburs' 1956 trip to Afghanistan, starting in Boise and ending in Boise. This is not the 1957 trip documented by photos in this collection; Henrietta Wilbur's 1957 diary (if she kept one)...
Robert W. Limbert poses outside his shop windows with two unidentified men. A sign reading "Taxidermy" hangs to the left of the men. This building is one of two shops owned by Limbert between 1915-1923.
Smoke billows out the top of the Elks Lodge at the corner of 9th and Jefferson Streets, as viewed from one block east on Jefferson, at the corner of 8th. The Pinney Theatre and a fire engine stand in the foreground.
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.