Directions to a place explorer Robert W. Limbert noted in a file called "places to look up." Handwritten on his own letterhead, the directions are written starting in Shoshone, Idaho, and ends with looking into a bat cave close to Richfield, Idaho.
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.
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; Waterfalls;
Robert W. Limbert stands next to his model of Shoshone Falls. The model consisted of actual water flowing over the falls. In the foreground lies a relief map of Idaho with a sign that reads, "See America First. Begin with Idaho."
Panama-Pacific International Exposition (1915 : San Francisco, Calif.); Exhibitions; Scaffolding
The scaffolding behind the Idaho Exhibit in the Palace of Agriculture. This is the same framework behind the Limbert's papier-m�ch� models of Arrowrock Dam and Shoshone Falls, which measured 93 feet long, 25 feet wide, and 26 feet high.
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...