Boise State University; Group portraits; Fraternities & Sororities
Group photo of Phi Theta Kappa, the honorary society. From left to right front row: L. Lyman, D. Luce, D. Gunhert, L. Dunn, R. White, C. Barber. Back row: B. Worley, J. Jones, Colin Taylor, C. Wiley, H. Atchley, J. Booth.
Boise State University;Boise River (Idaho);Boise (Idaho)--Aerial views
An aerial view of the Boise State University campus. The Science/Nursing Building has just been built, but the Education Building has not. Private homes still line University Drive in the center of the photo. Toward the bottom left of the photo is...
Boise State University;Aerial photographs;Dormitories;
An aerial view from the southwest of the College Courts (University Courts) residential complex (top right and center). College Boulevard (University Drive) runs obliquely across the top left of the photo and intersects with Chrisway at top...
View looking across Hell Roaring Lake. At an altitude of 7,407 feet, Hell Roaring Lake is one of many lakes located in the Sawtooth Mountain Range photographed by Robert W. Limbert. The lake displays a mirror image of the mountains.
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.
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."