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.
A group portrait of the B-Cubes pep club. Left to right, first row: M. Ulrich, M. Salazar, D. Officer, W. Henderson. Second row: V. Hassis, I. Muhlestein, T. Wagstaff, M. Fickle, S. Wait, P. Brewer, J. Austad, I. Routson, J. McQueen, D. Chatburn,...
Drugstores; Fire extinction; Smoke; Fire fighters; Fire engines; Fire hose; Hotels;
City street scene with smoke billowing out of the Ballou-Latimer storefront. On the right side of the photo is a crowd of people standing on the sidewalk in front of the Pacific Hotel. Fire hoses run down the center of the street.
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.