Interior view of a taxidermy shop with a working desk and chest of drawers in the background. Animal hides and tools are scattered throughout the room. Robert W. Limbert removes casting material from a deer carcass.
Robert W. Limbert poses outside his shop windows with two unidentified men. A sign reading "Taxidermy" hangs to the left of the men. This building is one of two shops owned by Limbert between 1915-1923.
An unknown man in wool chaps (left) standing with George Washington Blackman (right), who was was said to be the first African-American resident of Custer County and one of the carpenters hired to work on Redfish Lodge. Both men stand in front of a...
Spokane Scientist Elsie Hanft (left) kneels in front of a white tepee while a Native American woman and a young girl sit around it, photograph taken during an expedition to Lost Valley, near Craters of the Moon.
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.