Mount Snowyside (now known as Snowyside Peak) sits at an altitude of 10,651 feet. A small lake sits at the bottom left of the photograph. Robert W. Limbert captioned the image with "rising to a height of more than ten thousand feet, it is perhaps...
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.
Construction of Redfish Lake Lodge, looking west. Large logs lie on the ground next to the building in process. An addition to the existing Lake Hotel, Robert W. Limbert envisioned the lodge as a two-story log-cabin style lodge.
The Finger of Fate remains a landmark of the Sawtooth Mountains, with an altitude of 9,775 feet. Limbert's Redfish Lake Lodge brochure caption reads "Finger of Fate...9 miles from Lodge...one of the many freaks of nature found close to the lodge."