A portrait of Robert W. Limbert dressed in western-style clothing, used in his monthly column in Outdoor America. Limbert told the Idaho Daily Statesman, upon his return from his lecture circuit, "As a matter of fact, until I adopted the garb...
Robert W. Limbert skins a deer on the floor of his Boise home. Daughter Margaret (left, sitting next to doll), son Robert, and wife Margaret holds daughter Grace. A Nebraska pennant hangs on the wall behind Margaret.
While visiting Chicago on a publicity tour, Robert W. Limbert and two police officers inspect their revolvers. Limbert was rumored to have challenged Al Capone and other Chicago gangsters to a gunfight after the 1929 St. Valentine's Day Massacre.
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.
Roach, William Francis, 1891-1973; Fire fighters; Fire engines; Fire stations; Fire departments--Uniforms; Horse-drawn vehicles; Horses; Fire chiefs; Fire departments--Officials and employees;
A 1912 composite picture of the Boise Fire Department. The four fire stations in Boise at pictured, one in each corner. Upper left: Central Station (6th and Idaho); upper right: Combination Station No. 3 (16th and Ressequie); bottom right:...
Boise State University; Dance cards; Dance parties
Dance card of Carol Burnham with attached pencil from Homecoming Dance held in the Elks Ballroom. Inside of dance card features names of dances related to football terminology. The handwritten names were prospective dancers for specific songs.
Harry W. Morrison (left), Boise businessman and benefactor of Boise Junior College, with BJC president Eugene B. Chaffee and his wife Lois Chaffee, probably sometime in the early 1950s. They appear to be entering Bronco Stadium.