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    • 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,...
    • Boise Fire Department Automobile

    • Fire fighters; Fire engines; Fire departments--Uniforms; Fire stations;
    • Two men in uniform (Bill Foster, left, and Charley Fanckboner, right) sit inside the Boise's first Chief's car, an E.M.F. The building on the left reads "Post No Bills"underneath a skull and crossbones image. The Fire Department building is...
    • Redfish Lake

    • Lakes & ponds; Mountains; Forests;
    • Three unidentified men sit on a log on the shore of Redfish Lake with the Sawtooth Mountains in the background. Redfish Lake Lodge is located to the right, although not in photograph.
    • Redfish Lake Lodge Dock

    • Piers & wharves; Lakes & ponds; Mountains; Beaches
    • The existing dock on Redfish Lake juts out from the shore where the main lodge sits. Robert W. Limbert later improved the dock in 1931. The Sawtooth Mountains sit in the background.
    • Lost Valley Tepee

    • Tipis; Indigenous peoples;
    • 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.
    • Ida Limbert

    • Pianos; Musical instruments; Sheet music covers;
    • 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...
    • Taxidermy Shop Exterior

    • Stores & shops; Taxidermy
    • Robert W. Limbert (far left) and three unidentified men stand next to a prepared moose head. The men stand outside of Limbert's first taxidermy shop in Boise, 123 S. 11th Street, which he opened with Ernest C. Eckert in 1915. Other prepared...
    • Idaho statesman clippings

    • Recreation; National parks & reserves; Motorcycles; Newspapers; Environmental policy; Conservation of natural resources; Terrorism;
    • Lewiston Tribune article on motorized vehicle regulations in wilderness areas.
    • At the Junior College by Patricia Higby

    • Boise State University; Boise Junior College; Physical education; Cheerleading;
    • In order to finance the annual football banquet, the B Cube club, freshmen girls’ pep organization, is sponsoring a carnival, to be held Dec. 4, in the Talbot gymnasium. Margaret Garretson, general chairman, announced that the theme will be “Bon...

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