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    • Wilderness: public meetings (I)

    • History; National parks & reserves; State parks & reserves; Legislation; Environmental policy; Conservation of natural resources; Town meetings; Forests; Public opinion; Roads; Maps;
    • Correspondence, news releases, and reports relating to forest management in Idaho, including a timeline of events.
    • Wilderness status for Idaho Primitive Area

    • Environmental policy; Correspondence; Research; Public opinion; Conservation of natural resources; Land use; National parks & reserves; Rivers;
    • Correspondence and other documents in support or opposition of wilderness proposal.
    • Wilderness Road, no help to tourism

    • Environmental policy; Correspondence; Legislation; National parks & reserves; Backpacking; Recreation; Industry; Economic & industrial aspects;
    • Post-Register wilderness articles; John Barnes correspondence; Outfitters and Guides Act, Idaho Code.
    • Wilderness -- wild and scenic rivers

    • Rivers; Conservation of natural resources; Environmental policy; Land use; National parks & reserves;
    • Multiple documents regarding the proposal (and subsequent evaluations) that St. Joe River became part of the national wild and scenic river system.
    • Westpark Mall Traffic Analysis

    • City planning; Municipal government; Urban renewal; Parking; Traffic congestion;
    • An evaluation of the affect of the proposed Westpark Mall development on the adjacent arterial street system. The Westpark Mall is located generally between Cole Rd. on the east, Milwaukee St. on the west, Franklin Rd. on the south and Denton St....
    • Unknown Places_Display

    • Promotional materials; Publicity photographs; Union Pacific Railroad Company; Tourism
    • Union Pacific Railroad Company published this promotional booklet to promote tourism and the railroad in Idaho, written and illustrated by Robert Limbert. The booklet is filled with photographs taken by Limbert while exploring Craters of the Moon,...
    • The Best Thing Around Boise

    • Environmental policy; Land use; Government ownership;
    • An article by Ted Trueblood on the status of public lands and the "Sagebrush Rebellion," a political movement dealing with states rights and government control of lands in the Western United States. This draft is a version of an article titled...
    • Sponsored H.R. 4980

    • Environmental policy; Conservation of natural resources; Tourism; Rivers; Roads; Tourism; Lumber industry;
    • Clippings, drafts of bills and reports relating to the Idaho Forest Management Act of 1988.
    • Salmon River Preservation Bill

    • National parks & reserves; Forests; Correspondence; Salmon; Dam construction;
    • Letters to and from Frank Church regarding views on the Salmon River Preservation Bill; Along with a tabulation by counties of responses towards the Salmon River Preservation Bill and the Study on Sawtooth National Park.
    • River of No Return Wilderness Part A

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    • Cover title: Frank Church--River of No Return Wilderness management plan. Prepared in compliance with the requirements of Section 5 of the Central Idaho Wilderness Act of 1980 (P.L.96-312), by the Wilderness Planning Team, Salmon National Forest...
    • River of No Return Wilderness Management Plan

    • National parks & reserves; Research; Maps; Recreation; Wildlife conservation; Grazing; Land use;
    • Cover title: Frank Church--River of No Return Wilderness management plan. Prepared in compliance with the requirements of Section 5 of the Central Idaho Wilderness Act of 1980 (P.L.96-312), by the Wilderness Planning Team, Salmon National Forest...
    • Redfish Lake Lodge Construction

    • Building construction; Log buildings; Boathouses;
    • One of Robert W. Limbert's new additions, photograph shows the boat house almost complete. The boat house was described by Limbert as being "21x27 feet, 11 logs high to the eaves." A sign in the window reads, "Boat house Please Stay Out."

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