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    • Greek Spring Picnic

    • Boise State University; Fraternities & sororities; Picnics;
    • Students enjoying the last event of Greek Week, a Sunday picnic at Robie Creek. As described at the time, the 1973 Boise State fraternities and sororities took on the largest Greek Week ever. The week included eleven events hosted by various...
    • Bruneau Canyon

    • Canyons; Rivers; Valleys; Explorers
    • Photograph captures the Bruneau River from the bottom of the canyon. First found and named "Le Canyon de Brun" (Canyon of Brown) by French Canadian fur trappers, the Bruneau Canyon was publicized by Robert Limbert in numerous publications,...
    • Bruneau Canyon

    • Canyons; Valleys; Rock formations
    • View of Bruneau Canyon from the opposite side of the Bruneau River. Robert W. Limbert and H.C. Wiggs of Omaha explored the Bruneau Valley in 1921 and later publicized their travels in publications and newspapers.
    • "Homosexual activists disrupt service"

    • Gay rights; Gays; Activists; Political issues; Political parades & rallies; Protest movements; Religion & politics; Religious facilities; Religious services;
    • Gay activists in Colorado Springs, Colorado interrupt a church service in protest of a church member leading a group that opposes homosexual rights. The gay rights activists yelled slogans and pelted the congregation with condoms.
    • 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.
    • Welcome to Boise

    • Government officials; Government facilities; Government employees; Demography;
    • Special issue of Boise Business. A commemorative booklet on the city of Boise, including descriptions of all city level departments.
    • Boise River Green Belt Acquisition

    • Housing developments; City planning; Municipal government; Urban renewal;
    • U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Outdoor Recreation Project Proposal - Acquisition application by the City of Boise to acquire approximatley 325 acres of land adjoing Boise River on both sides, for the purpose of creating a green belt.
    • HUD NEWS

    • Housing developments; City planning; Municipal government; Urban renewal; Administrative agencies;
    • U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development announced approval of $246,954 Federal advance to survey and plan the first urban renewal project in Boise's downtown corridor.
    • Mount McDonald

    • Lakes & ponds; Mountains; Forests
    • View from Mount McDonald, currently known as McDonald Peak, looking down at the glacial basin and small lakes. Mt. McDonald peaks at 10,068 feet.
    • Pettit Lake

    • Mountains; Lakes & ponds; Forests;
    • Petitt Lake (historically known as Petit Lake), one of the largest lakes in the Sawtooth Range, sits at an altitude of 6,996 feet. Photographed by Robert W. Limbert for the Sunday Oregonian.
    • Craters of Moon

    • Posters; National monuments;
    • Flyer designed by Robert W. Limbert inviting people to visit the new national monument, established by U.S. President Calvin Coolidge to "preserve the unusual and weird volcanic formations."
    • Snake River Petroglyphs

    • Rock formations; Rock art;
    • Robert W. Limbert visited Map Rock and other petroglyphs located between Murphy and Melba, Idaho, "on the road from Nampa to Givens Hot Springs." Limbert visited the petroglyphs after Doc Hisom showed him Kodak prints that he took of the area in...
    • Snake River Petroglyphs

    • Rock formations; Rock art;
    • Robert W. Limbert visiting Map Rock and other petroglyphs located between Murphy and Melba, Idaho, "on the road from Nampa to Givens Hot Springs." Limbert visited the petroglyphs after Doc Hisom showed him Kodak prints that he took of the area in...
    • Snake River Petroglyphs

    • Rock formations; Rock art; Explorers;
    • Five unknown people (two women, two men, and a young boy) gather around one of the petroglyphs along the Snake River. Explorer Robert W. Limbert visited Map Rock and other petroglyphs, located between Murphy and Melba, Idaho. Limbert visited these...

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