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    • Geology instruction

    • Boise State University; Geology;
    • Visiting geology students study rock formations during a stop on the tour from the West Slope Intercollegiate Field Conference. Boise State hosted the conference in 1976, which included a speech by Dr. Terry Maley, geologist for Idaho Department of...
    • Bruneau Canyon

    • Canyons; Rivers; Valleys; Explorers;
    • View of the bottom of Bruneau Canyon. Robert W. Limbert explored the Bruneau Canyon with H.C. Wiggs of Omaha in 1921.
    • Public land right-a-ways (I)

    • Legislation; Land use; Conservation of natural resources; Public opinion; Roads;
    • Various responses to H.R. 1603, a bill to authorize appropriations for programs, functions, and activities of the Bureau of Land Management for fiscal years 1994 to 1997; to improve the management of the public lands; and for other purposes. These...
    • 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,...
    • Boise River Green Belt Acquisition

    • Housing developments; City planning; Municipal government; Urban renewal;
    • U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Outdoor Recreation Project Proposal - Acquisition application by the City of Boise to acquire approximatley 325 acres of land adjoing Boise River on both sides, for the purpose of creating a green belt.
    • Government action under new Wilderness Act

    • Legislation; Recreation; Lumber industry; Fishing; Conservation of natural resources; Wildlife conservation; Environmental policy;
    • U.S. Department of the Interior news release on wilderness. Correspondence between Idaho Fish and Game Department and Len Jordan, relating to the 1964 Wilderness Act.
    • HUD NEWS

    • Housing developments; City planning; Municipal government; Urban renewal; Administrative agencies;
    • U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development announced approval of $246,954 Federal advance to survey and plan the first urban renewal project in Boise's downtown corridor.
    • Redfish Lake Lodge Construction

    • Building construction; Log buildings; Trees; Hotels
    • Two carpenters saw wood in front of Robert W. Limbert's new addition to the Lake Hotel in 1928, which was about halfway completed. The original lake hotel is on the left of the new addition, which Limbert envisioned as a two-story log-cabin style...
    • Lost Valley Expedition

    • Canyons; Explorers; Rock formations;
    • Twelve unidentified men and women explored Lost Valley near Arco with Robert W. Limbert in 1926. These people were part of the Seattle Mountaineers and Mount Stuart Alpine Clubs.
    • Kabul lumber yard

    • Lumberyards; Lumber; Children;
    • Three school aged boys in a scene Lyman Wilbur called "Kabul Lumber yard." One difficulty Morrison-Knudsen engineers faced in countries like Afghanistan was the lack of lumber for construction projects. Two solutions to this problem were to limit...
    • Homecoming

    • Boise State University; Jails; College administrators; Fund raising;
    • Three men, including Ed Wilkinson and Bob Gibb, of Boise State College are ""locked up,"" as a fund raising event during homecoming. Many Boise State homecoming events were western themed. The cage has several signs, one of which says 'Iron...
    • "Court OK's 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell'"

    • Gay rights; Gays; Activists; Political issues; Gays in military service; Military life; Military organizations; Military personnel; Military policy; Supreme Court decisions;
    • The US Supreme Court allows the Pentagon to implement the 'Don't ask, don't tell' policy for the US armed forces. The current ruling only applies to the sailor who challenged the policy but does set a precedence for the Pentagon to follow.

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