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    • "New Insignia" article

    • Boise State University; Broncos; Horses; Mascots; Logos;
    • A newspaper article about a new insignia. transcript: "New Insignia: Boise Junior College Broncos. Last spring the Pi Sigma Sigma, men's service group, decided to carry on a campaign to get a new Bronco insignia for the school. They called for...
    • Boise Bikeway Plan 1975

    • Bicycles & tricycles; Transportation;
    • A development program for a desired bicycle system in the Boise Metropolitan area. Emphasis is placed on providing service to the commuter and recreational bicyclist, and separating bicyclists and motor vehicles whenever possible for safety.
    • Boise Ice & Produce Company Fire

    • Fires; Smoke; Crowds; Stores, Retail;
    • Caption on back of postcard: "This is a picture of the fire where Captain Fred Lindsay was killed. He got his back broke but died a year after. The place marked with an "x"is what fell on him. I worked for that Captain for five years, he was a...
    • Boise Idaho

    • Travel; Commerce; Demography; Agriculture
    • Boise Commercial Club advertisement for commerce in Boise. This 64 page booklet describes the city's desirable attributes for potential business and residential ventures.
    • 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.
    • Craters of the Moon, Amphitheater Cave

    • Caves; Explorers; Stalactites & stalagmites
    • Printed in Robert W. Limbert's National Geographic article on his expeditions, this is an interior shot of what he called Amphitheater Cave in Craters of the Moon. "This is one of a series of eight caves found near the Bridge of Tears. It is an...
    • Idaho's Natural Bridge

    • Rock formations;
    • Robert W. Limbert's article, "Idaho's Natural Bridge Revealed to the World," described the natural wonder which he named "Bridge of the Moon." The caption in the article reads, "this wonderful rock formation spanning an abrupt canyon in central...
    • Indian Bath Tub

    • Springs; Rock formations
    • Hot spring water flows into Hot Creek into what Robert W. Limbert called the "Indian bath tubs" while exploring the Bruneau Valley in 1921.
    • Intercollegiate Knights

    • Boise State University; Fraternities & sororities; Coats; Emblems
    • The Intercollegiate Knights pose for a group photo with their new club jackets. The photo was on the front page of the student newspaper later that week. The article describes the jackets as blue with an orange emblem.
    • Latin American students

    • Boise State University; International students;
    • Four Latin American students at Boise Junior College posing for a picture for an article in the student newspaper. The article highlights the many public speaking events these students gave to the Boise community. From left to right: Salvador...
    • Lava Fields

    • Volcanic rock;
    • An example of the "Blue Dragon Lava Flow" that explorer Robert W. Limbert wrote about in his National Geographic article. "This remarkable flow is well named. Its surface is netted and veined with small cracks like scales of a prehistoric monster,...
    • Lava Fields

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    • Four men from the expedition examine the lava formations while carrying rifles and camping supplies. From left to right: Ad Santel, two unidentified men, and Robert W. Limbert. This photograph was printed in the 1924 National Geographic article,...

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