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    • Things Not to Do Campaign

    • Fire prevention--Study and teaching; Fire fighters;
    • One of many photographs taken as part of the fire prevention series on "Things not to do." Captain Charles Brock disposes of his ash tray in a garbage can while he sits at his desk in the Central Fire Station.
    • Senator William E. Borah

    • Horses; Chaps; Legislators; Log cabins;
    • Robert Limbert photographed Senator William Borah during a visit to Idaho. Senator Borah sits mounted on his horse in front of an unidentified log cabin. An unidentified man stands to the left of Borah.
    • Sagebrush Soiree

    • Church, F. Forrester; Church, Bethine C.;
    • Bethine Church sits with her son, Forrest, at the Sagebrush Soiree. The Soiree is the annual fundraiser held by the Sawtooth Society at the Sawtooth Valley Ranch.
    • 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.
    • Pettit Lake

    • Mountains; Lakes & ponds; Trees;
    • The Sawtooth Mountains are reflected in the water of Pettit Lake (named by Robert W. Limbert and historically known as Petit Lake). Pettit Lake sits at an altitude of 6,996 feet.
    • Pettit Lake

    • Mountains; Lakes & ponds; Forests;
    • Petitt Lake (historically known as Petit Lake), one of the largest lakes in the Sawtooth Range, sits at an altitude of 6,996 feet. Photographed by Robert W. Limbert for the Sunday Oregonian.
    • Mount Snowyside

    • Mountains; Forests; Lakes & ponds
    • 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...
    • Mount Parks

    • Mountains; Trees;
    • Historically known as Mt. Parks, Parks Peak sits at an altitude of 10,208 feet. This view was taken by Robert W. Limbert looking across from Hell Roaring Divide.
    • Limbert Family

    • Family; Dogs;
    • Margaret Limbert sits in the grass with her three children, from left to right: Robert, Margaret, and Grace. Teddy the family dog moves in the foreground.
    • Interior and Insular Affairs Committee

    • Legislators--United States; United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs
    • Hickel hearings before the Interior and Insular Affairs Committee in Washington, D.C. Senator Jordan sits fifth from the left at the circular table.
    • Indian Bath Tub

    • Springs; Rock formations; Rock art; Explorers;
    • An unidentified man sits on top of the ledge looking down at the hot springs, holding a walking stick. Hot spring water flowed into what Robert W. Limbert called "Indian bath tubs" while exploring the Bruneau Valley in 1921.

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