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    • TakeATrip

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    • Four page pamphlet showcasing Robert W. Limbert's illustrated lecture on his explorations of Craters of the Moon before it was named a national monument. It also advertises for "God's Out of Doors" panorama exhibit in Boise, which included colored...
    • 1938 Aerial Photo

    • Aerial photographs; Cities & towns; Rivers;
    • An aerial photo of the city of Boise taken directly overhead. This photo includes part of modern day North End, Morris Hill, Depot Bench, Boise State University and Downtown areas.
    • 1971 Aerial Photo, Central Boise

    • Aerial photographs; Cities & towns; Rivers;
    • An aerial photo of the city of Boise taken directly overhead. This photo includes part of modern day North End, Morris Hill, Depot Bench, Boise State University and Downtown areas.
    • 1971 Aerial Photo, West Boise

    • Aerial photographs; Cities & towns; Rivers;
    • An aerial photo of the city of Boise taken directly overhead. This photo includes part of modern day North End, Morris Hill, Depot Bench, Boise State University and Downtown areas.
    • Crusade for Freedom

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    • A group photo of Americans disembarking from a passenger plane. The group is participating in the Crusade for Freedom, a fundraising campaign for Radio Free Europe and sponsored by the United States Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).
    • Nell Shipman and Alfred Allen

    • Allen, Alfred, 1866-1947; Shipman, Nell, 1892-1970;
    • Nell Shipman (as Faith Diggs) and Alfred Allen (as Mark Leroy) in a scene from "The Grub-Stake." Alfred Allen (1866-1947) appeared in more than 100 films between 1915 and 1929.
    • Alfred Allen and Nell Shipman

    • Allen, Alfred, 1866-1947; Shipman, Nell, 1892-1970;
    • Mark Leroy (at left, portrayed by Alfred Allen) introduces Faith Diggs (Nell Shipman) to the dance hall crowd in a scene from "The Grub-Stake." The third actor (right) is unidentified.
    • The Grub-Stake

    • Allen, Alfred, 1866-1947; Shipman, Nell, 1892-1970; Van Tuyle, Bert, 1878-1951;
    • Cast and crew of "The Grub-Stake" filming aboard ship. To the right are actors Alfred Allen (portraying Mark Leroy) and Nell Shipman (Faith Diggs). The figure standing above the rest appears to be the film's director Bert Van Tuyle.
    • Central Idaho Wilderness bill signing

    • Andrus, Cecil D., 1931-; Church, Frank; Carter, Jimmy, 1924-; Evans, John V. (John Victor), 1925-
    • Idaho Governor, John V. Evans (left), Idaho Senator, Frank Church (Center standing), Idaho Governor and U.S. Department of the Interior appointee,Cecil D. Andrus (right), watch U.S. President Jimmy Carter sign the Central Idaho Wilderness Bill. An...
    • Wolf's Brush

    • Angstadt, Belle, 1867-1926; Peters, Lloyd, 1902-; Peters, Ray; Shipman, Barry, 1912-1994; Angstadt, Harry E.; Shipman, Nell, 1892-1970;
    • Nell Shipman's friend and confidante, Belle Angstadt (in bed), in the center of the scene during the filming of Shipman's lost film "Wolf's Brush," at Angstadt's Lone Star Ranch, on the shores of Priest Lake, Idaho. At the far left Lloyd Peters...
    • Belle Angstadt family and Nell Shipman

    • Angstadt, Belle, 1867-1926; Shipman, Nell, 1892-1970; Shipman, Barry, 1912-1994; Hein, Gertrude B.; Peters, Ray; Peters, Lloyd, 1902-;
    • Members of Nell Shipman's movie company visit with Belle Angstadt and members of her family at Angstadt's Lone Star Ranche on Priest Lake, Idaho. Angstadt and Shipman are seated in front; Shipman's son Barry is crouching at the left. Shipman used...
    • Bear Trap

    • Animal traps; Volcanic rock;
    • Three men, one holding a shotgun, stand outside of a homemade bear trap on a lava bed. From left to right: Watson, Ira Martin, and Stein.

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