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.
Housing developments; City planning; Municipal government; Urban renewal;
A report on the actions of the Boise Convention & Visitors Bureau roughly from 1982 to 1985, also includes "1984 Trends Survey Results," from the International Association of Convention & Visitor Bureaus.
The mouth of the Boise River Canyon, near the current intersection of Warmsprings Ave. and Highway 21. Rhodenbaugh mentions this photo relates to preparations for a gold report on proposed dredging operations on the river.
A Comprehensive General Plan for guiding the future growth and development of Boise City. It is submitted after almost two years of study by a Planning Commission and Zoning Commission working in cooperation with other public officials and with the...
A group picture of Driscoll Hall residents. Front row from left, John Kauinana, Kenneth McGahuey, Michael Hickey, William Broich, Ronald Swearingen, Robert Brooke, Gregory Williams, Robin Norris, Dwane Hong, Monte Turner, Lynn Hyslop, Bruce...
Boise State University; Geology; Prospecting; Gold
Students pan for gold and other rare minerals in a summer course on "Mineral Prospecting in Field Geology" taught by Kenneth Hollenbaugh. Students in this course also learned about mineral identification, map reading, and mining laws.
Robert W. Limbert's mother, Ida, plays the piano at their home located at 2518 Heron Street in Boise. The sheet music reads "Just Across the Bridge of Gold." Two Mallard ducks that underwent Limbert's taxidermy process sit across the top of the...
Sandoz, Mari, 1896-1966--Criticism and interpretation; Women and literature--United States--History--20th century; Frontier and pioneer life in literature; West (U.S.)--Intellectual life; Indians in literature; Nebraska in literature;