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Austin Fife photograph collection,, 1946-1987

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Fife, Austin E.
Title
Austin Fife photograph collection,
Dates
1946-1987 (inclusive)
Quantity
5 boxes, (2.2 linear ft.)
Collection Number
USU_P0141
Summary
Three albums with images collected or taken by folklorists Alta and Austin Fife. The first album (boxes 1 and 2) depicts a "Mormon Pilgrimage" taken by the Fifes to historical sites pertinent to the history of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, both in the east and Midwest as well as in Utah, Idaho, Wyoming, Nebraska, and Arizona. The second album (box 3) consists of photographs of Mormon material culture such as fences and gravestones. The last album (box 4) consists of photographs of prominent folklorists and some family images. The collection is comprised of approximately 359 black-and-white and color prints, 30.5 cm. x 24.5 cm. and smaller.
Repository
Utah State University, Merrill-Cazier Library, Special Collections and Archives Division
Special Collections and Archives
Merrill-Cazier Library
Utah State University
Logan, UT
84322-3000
Telephone: 435-797-2663
Fax: 435-797-2880
scweb@usu.edu
Access Restrictions
Restrictions

Open to public research.

Languages
English.


Biographical NoteReturn to Top

Folklorist, author, and co-founder, with his wife, of the Fife Folklore Archive at Utah State University.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

This collection consists of three albums with images collected and taken by folklorists Alta and Austin Fife. The first album (boxes 1 and 2) depicts a "Mormon Pilgrimage" taken by the Fifes to historical sites pertinent to the history of the LDS Church both in the east and Midwest as well as in Utah, Idaho, Wyoming, Nebraska, and Arizona. The second album (box 3) consists of photographs of Mormon material culture such as fences and gravestones. The last album (box 4) consists of photographs of prominent folklorists and some family images.

The collection is comprised of approximately 359 black-and-white and color prints, 30.5 cm. x 24.5 cm. and smaller. 5:68-5:105 are Slides. For digital examples of material culture images by Alta and Austin Fife see the Fife Slide Collection of Western U.S. Vernacular Architecture. For more Fife folklore material see the Austin and Alta Fife Fieldwork Folk Collection 4.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

Copyright

It is the responsibility of the user to obtain permission to publish from the owner of the copyright (the institution, the creator of the record, the author or his/her transferees, heirs, legates, or literary executors). The user agrees to indemnify and hold harmless the Utah State University Libraries, its officers, employees, and agents from and against all claims made by any person asserting that he or she is an owner of copyright.

Permission to publish material from the Austin Fife photograph collection must be obtained from the Special Collections Photograph Curator and/or the Special Collections Department Head.

Alternative Forms Available

View selected digitized images from the Fife Slide Collection of Western U.S. Vernacular Architecture.

Preferred Citation

Austin Fife photograph collection, 1946-1987. (P0141). Utah State University. Special Collections & Archives Department.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

"Mormon Pilgrimage" Album, 1946Return to Top

Container(s): Box 1

Mainly black-and-white silver gelatin prints, with some faded color snapshots. Some of these photographs were printed from slides. Unless otherwise noted, photographs were taken in 1946. As noted in the album, some photographs are also included in the material culture album. Following the album are loose prints that were tucked into the album; often, the album includes cropped, enlarged views from these prints. Note: The word "Mormon" was assumed in the decriptions here due to the title of the album; therefore, "Chapel" refers to a Mormon chapel.

Container(s) Description Dates
box
1
1:001: Sign announcing the Joseph Smith Monument, South Royalton, VT
1:002: View of South Royalton, VT
1:003: Joseph Smith Monument and farmhouse near Sharon, VT
1:004-5: Interiors showing hearth of the Joseph Smith house, South Royalton, VT
1:006: Joseph Smith Monument and farmhouse near Sharon, VT
1:007-8: View on the Susquehanna River near the site where Joseph Smith claimed the Aaronic Priesthood was restored to him
1:009: House at fairgrounds, Afton, NY where Joseph Smith is reputed to have married Emma Hale
1:010: Grave of Isaac Hale, Emma Hale's father, at Susquehanna, PA
1:011-12: View of Susquehanna Valley from the foundation of the Joseph Smith home
1:013: Postcard, Joseph Smith, from oil painting
1:014: Postcard, Emma Smith, from painting
1:015: Golden Bible Hill, Ninevah, NY, viewed from a local cemetery
1:016-17: Angel Moroni monument on Hill Cumorah, Ninevah, NY
1:018: Colored postcard, "Sacred Grove" at Palmyra, NY
1:019: Joseph Smith home near Palmyra, NY
1:020: Colored postcard, stone fence near Joseph Smith home, Palmyra, NY
1:021: Well dug by Joseph Smith Sr. with sons Hyrum and Joseph for Martin Harris at his home in Palmyra, NY
1:022: LDS Information Bureau, Hill Cumorah, NY
1:023: Martin Harris home, Palmyra, NY
1:024: View of Hill Cumorah
1:025: View of church steeples in Palmyra, NY
1:026: Gravestone of Alvin, older brother of Joseph Smith
1:027: Schoolhouse in which Oliver Cowdry is reputed to have taught while assisting Smith in transcribing the Book of Mormon
1:028: Fence around the Sacred Grove, Palmyra, NY. Carolyn Fife on fence
1:029: Temple at Kirtland, OH
1:030: Postcard, interior of temple at Kirtland, OH
1:031: Hyrum Smith home, Kirtland, OH
1:032: Adam-ondi-Ahmen and site of Adam's Grove, Missouri
1:033: Stone from Haun's Mill on public square at Breckenridge, MO
1:034: Site of Liberty Jail, Missouri
1:035: View from Adam-ondi-Ahmen, site of Adam's Grove, Missouri. "Adam-ondi-Ahman...the place where...the Ancient of Days shall sit...with a thousand thousand angels ministering to him."
1:036: Chapel in Independence, MO
1:037-38: Reorganized Latter-day Saint Church (RLDS) tabernacle, and temple site dedicated by Joseph Smith, Independence, MO
1:039: Temple, Kirtland, OH. "Joseph and Oliver marched to their places behind the nine pulpits and the veils were lowered around them."
1:040: View from Haun's Mill monument, Missouri: where Mormon headless horesemen are said to ride, and the corn always produces perfect ears
1:041: Reorganized Latter-day Saint Church (RLDS) tabernacle, and temple site dedicated by Joseph Smith, Independence, MO
1:042: Postcard, temple at Nauvoo, IL, from painting
1:043: "Sunstone" from column of temple at Nauvoo, IL. Joseph found the nose a thought too broad
1:044: View of Nauvoo, IL through grapevines
1:045: Printed item, Nauvoo Expositor office
1:046: Printed item, Etienne Cabet, founder of the Icarian commune
1:047: Icarian communal houses, Nauvoo, IL
1:048: View across the Mississippi River from the Illinois shore. "They bade farewell to their weeping families and crossed the Mississippi in a torrential rain."
1:049: Joseph Smith homestead, Nauvoo, IL
1:050: Monument to the founding of the Relief Society, Nauvoo, IL
1:051: Wine cellar, Nauvoo, IL
1:052: Graves and stones from temple, Nauvoo, IL
1:053: Postcard, unfinished Nauvoo House, from painting
1:054: Orson Pratt home, Nauvoo, IL
1:055: Heber C. Kimball home, Nauvoo, IL
1:056: Well at Joseph Smith homestead, Nauvoo, IL. Mississippi River in background
1:057: Nauvoo House, Mississippi River in background
1:058: Graves of Joseph, Emma, and Hyrum Smith at the Smith homestead, Nauvoo, IL
1:059: Ruins of John Taylor home, Nauvoo, IL
1:060: Orson Hyde home, Nauvoo, IL
1:061: Postcard, Nauvoo sites
1:062: Masonic lodge, Nauvoo, IL
1:063: Joseph Smith mansion, Nauvoo, IL
1:064: Brigham Young home, Nauvoo, IL
1:065: Room in which Joseph Smith was shot, Carthage Jail, Carthage, IL
1:066: Nauvoo House
1:067: Carthage Jail, Carthage, IL."He fell to the ground below, exclaiming, 'O Lord, my God !'"
1:068: Room in which Joseph and Hyrum Smith were killed, Carthage Jail, Carthage, IL. There is a legend that the blood of the martyred Mormon Prophet cannot be removed from the Carthage, Illinois, Jail where it was spilled. "...his blood ran out on the floor to form a stain which remains to this day,..."
1:069-70: Scott's Bluff, NE, on the Mormon Trail. "High on the mountain top a banner is unfurled, Ye nations all look up it waves to all the world."
1:071-72: Monument to Mormon pioneers who died of Cholera en route to Salt Lake City, Florence, NE. "And should we die before our journey's through Happy day, all is well..."
1:073: View on the Mormon Trail, WY
1:074: Monument to Mormon pioneers who died en route to Salt Lake City, Florence, NE
1:075-76: Alta and Carolyn Fife on wagon at Fort Laramie, WY. Second and third-generation descendants of the Mormon pioneers pose in a prairie scooner..
1:077: Martin Harris Monument, Clarkston, UT
1:078-79: Fort Bridger, WY
1:080: Capitol Building from temple grounds, Salt Lake City, UT
1:081: Seagull Monument and Assembly Hall on temple grounds, Salt Lake City, UT
1:082: Temple, Salt Lake City, UT. "Five years ago last July I was here, and saw in the spirit the Temple not ten feet from where we have laid the chief corner stone."
1:083: Eagle Gate, Salt Lake City, UT
1:084: Grave of Brigham Young, Salt Lake City, UT
1:085: Impersonation of Brigham Young
1:086: Pioneer cabin, Provo, UT
1:087: Postcard, the "Great Heart" formation in Timpanogas Cave, UT
1:088: Shiprock, New Mexico
1:089: Temple, Idaho Falls, ID
1:090: Emer Harris gravestone at cemetery in Logan, UT
1:091-93: Temple, Logan, UT. "They...took possession of the sacred grounds just as if it were a public park."
1:094: "Typical house," Manti, UT
1:095: Bear River Massacre monument near Preston, ID
1:096: Tabernacle, Brigham City, UT
1:097: "Typical house," Mantua, UT
1:098: View in Castle Valley, UT
1953
1:099: Colorado River near Moab, UT
1953
1:100: Cotton mill, St. George, UT
1947
1:101: Monument Valley, UT
1:102: Colorado River near Moab, UT
1:103: Mexican Hat, UT
1:104-05: American Indian girl at Monticello, UT
1:106: Goosenecks on the San Juan River, UT
1953
1:107: Chapel, Kanab, UT
1:108: View from Dead Horse Point, UT
1:109: View in Arches National Monument, UT
1:110: View from Dead Horse Point, UT
1:111: View from window of Mt. Carmel highway, Zion National Park, UT
1:112-13: American Indians performing dance. Photos by Bob Plunkett
1:114-15: Views in Zion National Park, UT
1:116: American Indians performing dance. Photo by Bob Plunkett
1:117: Brigham Young winter home, St. George, UT
1:118-20: Views in Zion National Park, UT
1:121: American Indians performing dance. Photo by Bob Plunkett
1:122: Museum, St. George, UT
1:123: Dixie College, St. George, UT
1947
1:124-25: Stake chapel, St. George, UT
1947
1:126: View of St. George, UT
1947
1:127: McFarlane home, St. George, UT
1:128: Temple, St. George, UT
1947
1:129: Adobe home with balcony, St. George, UT
1947
1:130: Adobe home, St. George, UT
1:131: Temple, St. George, UT
1947
1:132: Chapel, Orderville, UT
1:133: View in Zion National Park, UT
1:134: Temple at night, St. George, UT
1947
1:135: "Rip gut" fence near Orderville, UT
1947
1:136: Log house, Orderville, UT
1:137-38: Cedar fence, Orderville, UT
1:139-42: Temple, Mesa, AZ
1:143: Portrait of American Indian woman, convert to the Mormon Church, Monticello, UT
1953
1:144: Monument Valley, UT
1:145: Temple, St. George, UT
1:146: View of Utah Valley near Springville, UT
1:147-48: Color postcards, Joseph Smith Monument near Sharon, VT
1981
1:149: Colored postcard, Joseph Smith Monument near Sharon, VT
1:150: Colored postcard, Joseph Smith home, near Palmyra, NY
1:151: Temple, Manti, UT
1:152: Koyle Dream Mine, Salem, UT. Angels were the architects
1:153: Colored postcard, home near Afton, NY, where Joseph Smith is reputed to have married Emma Hale
1:154: LDS Bureau of Information at Hill Cumorah, NY
1:155: Hay derrick in Springville, UT. Utah Valley which "blossoms like a rose", thanks to yankee enterprise and Mormon mysticisym

Loose Prints Removed from "Mormon Pilgrimage" Album, 1946Return to Top

Container(s): Box 2

Container(s) Description Dates
box
2
2:01-02: Joseph Smith Monument and farmhouse near Sharon, VT
2:03: View of South Royalton, VT
2:04: Grave of Isaac Hale, Emma Hale's father, at Susquehanna, PA
2:05: House at fairgrounds, Afton, NY where Joseph Smith is reputed to have married Emma Hale
2:06: Angel Moroni monument on Hill Cumorah, Ninevah, NY
2:07: Martin Harris home, Palmyra, NY
2:08: Well dug by Joseph Smith Sr. with sons Hyrum and Joseph for Martin Harris at his home in Palmyra, NY
2:09: View of church steeples in Palmyra, NY
2:10: Temple at Kirtland, OH
2:11: Adam-ondi-Ahmen and site of Adam's Grove, Missouri
2:12: View from Adam-ondi-Ahmen, site of Adam's Grove, Missouri
2:13: Temple at Kirtland, OH
2:14: View from Haun's Mill monument, Missouri
2:15: Nauvoo House, Mississippi River in background
2:16: Masonic lodge, Nauvoo, IL
2:17: Joseph Smith mansion, Nauvoo, IL
2:18: Carthage Jail, Carthage, IL
2:19: Castle valley, UT
2:20: Brigham Young winter home, St. George, UT

Material Culture AlbumReturn to Top

Container(s): Box 3

These photographs were contained in a "magnetic" album and were removed to prevent damage from the adhesives therein. Original order was maintained.

Container(s) Description Dates
box
3
3:001-08: Photographs of hay derricks used to illustrate article in Western Folklore
July 1948
3:009-11: Hay stacker in Star Valley, WY, Photos by Ray Browne
1952.
3:012: Mormon hay derrick in operation
1952
3:013: Mormon hay derrick in operation, Cedar City
1948
3:014: Beaver slide, Idaho
1947
3:015: Cattle loading chute, Springdale, UT
1957
3:016-17: Rip-gut fence, southern Utah
1940's
3:018: Jack fence, Ringling, MT
1964
3:019: Gate closure on barbed-wire fence, Moab, UT
1953
3:020: Gates, fence, and slaughter wheel, Montana[?]
3:021: Fence bracing, Moab, UT
1953
3:022: Horse-and-rider fence
3:023: Cattle guard, American Falls, ID
1967
3:024-28: Fencing, probably Idaho
1947
3:029: Gate and cattle guard, wagon wheel, in western Wyoming
1967
3:030: Snow fence, Ringling, MT
1963
3:031: Snow fence, Fort Collins, CO
1964
3:032: Commercially-made snow fence, Wyoming
1964
3:033: Zig-zag split-rail fence capped by a jack and rider, Williamsburg, VA
1959
3:034: Jack fence with mobile panels, Lima, MT
1948
3:035: Jack fence supporting barbed wire, Colorado
1964
3:036: Detail of a jack and barbed wire fence, Montana
1948
3:037: Three-pole jack fence, Jackson, WY
1965
3:038: Four-pole jack fence, with mortise and tenon joints, Lima, MT
1948
3:039-41: Wagon wheel fence and water wheel, Ririe, ID
1979
3:042: Zig-zag fence in Cache Valley, UT
1981
3:043-47: Fencing, Idaho Falls, ID
1979
3:048: Color postcard, fencing in Sweden
1965
3:049-051: Fencing, South Africa
1987
3:052-53: Lava fences, Hawaii
1977
3:054: Christmas card showing split-rail fence
ca. 1984
3:055-56: Gate on abandoned homestead, Lynn, UT
1976
3:057: Fence post capped with rotary digger from a farm implement, Cody, WY
1979
3:058: Rip-gut fence, southeastern Utah
1975
3:059: Fireplace made of old bathtubs, Lynn, UT
1976
3:060: Stone house, Farmington, UT
3:061: Stone house, Logan, UT
1968
3:062-64: Stone house, Smithfield, UT
1970
3:065: Stone house, Wellsville, UT
3:066: Stone house, Harper's Ward, UT
3:067-68: Stone house, Bountiful, UT
3:069-70: Stone house, Newton, UT
1970
3:071-72: Stone house, Newton, UT
1970
3:073: Stone house ruins, Harper's Ward, UT
3:074: Stone house, Mendon, UT
3:075: Stone house, Farmington, UT
3:076: Stone house, Harper's Ward, UT
3:077: Stone house, Harper's Ward, UT
3:078-79: Stone house, Logan, UT
3:080: Stone house, Wellsville, UT
3:081: McKay home, stone house, Huntsville, UT
1970
3:082-83: Stone houses, Willard, UT
3:084: Stone house, Providence, UT
1970
3:085-86: Stone houses, Heber City, UT
1970
3:087-95: Copy prints from the National Museum of Wales showing examples of stone and stucco houses
3:096: Elijah Fordham gravestone, Wellsville, UT
1968
3:097: Milton William Earl gravestone, Fielding, UT
1972
3:098: William James gravestone, Paradise, UT
1970
3:099: Gravestone, Bennington, ID
1972
3:100: Gravestone, Twin Falls, ID
1970
3:101: Joseph E. Griffiths gravestone, Shelley, ID
1977
3:102: Henry Clay House gravestone, Corinne, UT
1972
3:103: McFarlane family gravestone, Ogden, UT
1976
3:104: William E. Hutchings gravestone, Ogden, UT
1976
3:105: Terrence N. Campbell gravestone, Ogden, UT
1976
3:106: Amelia G. Carver gravestone, Plain City, UT
1976
3:107: R.L. Winbourn gravestone, Moab, UT
1953
3:108: Douglas Alan Murphy gravestone, St. George, UT
1975
3:109: Grave marker, Ephraim, UT
1975
3:110: Gravestone, Ephraim, UT
1975
3:111: H. Clyde Jennings gravestone, Waitsburg, WA
1977
3:112: Moser family gravestone, Whitney, ID
1976
3:113: John H. Williams gravestone, Elko, NV
1970
3:114: Joseph Phillip Marshall gravestone, Twin Falls, ID
1970
3:115: Joseph Thorpe gravestone, Blackfoot, ID
1977
3:116: Sam Haynes gravestone, Twin Falls, ID
1970
3:117: Anderson family gravestone, Soda Springs, ID
1972
3:118: Mary Ann Morgan gravestone, Malad, ID
1976
3:119: George M. Kubiak gravestone, Pocatello, ID
1977
3:120-21: Darcee Sue Munns gravestone, Garland, UT
1979
3:122: Danny Oliver Wheeler gravestone, Ririe, ID
1979
3:123: Petersen family gravestone, Garland, UT
1979
3:124: Radford family gravestone, Ririe, ID
1979
3:125: Coughlan family gravestone, Riverside, UT
1979
3:126-27: Ward family gravestone, Ririe, ID
1979
3:128: Udy family gravestone, Idaho Falls, ID
1979
3:129-30: Richards family gravestone, Idaho Falls, ID
1979
3:131: Davis family gravestone, Garland, UT
1979
3:132-33: Capener family gravestone, Riverside, UT
1979
3:134: Burtenshaw family gravestone, Ririe, ID
1979
3:135-36: Valorie Elaine Storer gravestone, Ririe, ID
1979
3:137: Ferguson family gravestone, Ririe, ID
1979
3:138: Unidentified child's gravestone, Ririe, ID
1979
3:139: George Anderson Wilkerson gravestone, Ririe, ID
1979
3:140: Larry Lewdel Radford gravestone, Ririe, ID
1979
3:141: Cooper family gravestone, Ririe, ID
1979
3:142: Horn family gravestone, Idaho Falls, ID
1979
3:143: Killian family gravestone, Ririe, ID
1979
3:144: Darin Gerald Birch gravestone, Ririe, ID
1979
3:145: Frank Dee Byrd gravestone, Ririe, ID
1979
3:146: Dennis Eugene Byington gravestone, Ririe, ID
1979
3:147: Alice Rozeille McCollum gravestone, Twin Falls, ID
1970
3:147-48: Carving in aspen bark by Heber J. Grant in western Wyoming, done in 1907
3:149: Covered wagon mailbox, Utah
1966

Folklorists AlbumReturn to Top

Container(s): Box 4

Photographs removed from a "magnetic" album to prevent damage from adhesives. Original order was maintained.

Container(s) Description Dates
box
4
4:01: Wayland Hand, Hector Lee, and Austin Fife examining interview transcriptions. Photo by Hector Lee, Woods Cross, UT
1946
4:02: Hector Lee, Austin Fife, and Alta Fife with LP recorder. Photo by Hector Lee, Woods Cross, UT
1946
4:03-04: Group at the Institute of Western American Culture, Sonoma, State College, Santa Rosa, CA, 1964. Included are: Fred Warren, Professor of Music, Sonoma State; John Greenway, Professor of Anthropology, University of Colorado, and folk singer (with guitar); Sigmund Eisner, Professor of English, Dominican College of San Rael; and Austin Fife, Professor of Languages, Utah State University
ca. 1964
4:05: Austin Fife and unidentified woman displaying a quilt, Photo by Hector Lee
1946.
4:06: Wayland Hand, Austin and Alta Fife, and Bert Wilson in Logan Canyon, UT
1981
4:07: Hector Lee, Austin Fife, and Wayland Hand, Logan, UT
ca. 1978
4:08: Austin Fife and Wayland Hand, Logan, UT
1981
4:09: Austin and Alta Fife with their daughter, Marian, and their first tape recorder. Moab, UT
1953
4:10: Hector Lee recording folk singer Buck Lee, Clearfield, UT
ca. 1946
4:11: Musician Constance Collier (with guitar) and Austin Fife, Logan, UT
ca. 1968
4:12: Photographic Christmas card, LaVerne and L.D. Clark, Tuscon, AZ
1976
4:13: Jan and Judy Brunvand with their children in Hungarian costume, Salt Lake City, UT
1971
4:14: Jan and Judy Brunvand with their children posed in front of the Capitol, Salt Lake City, UT
1975
4:15: William Koch of the University of Kansas Manhattan on the Pine Ridge Reservation, SD
1967
4:16: Informant Ephraim Ellerston, Provo, UT
1946
4:17: Informant Myron Crandall, Ogden, UT
1946
4:18: Informant L.M. Hilton, Ogden, UT
1946
4:19: Informant Zeke Johnson holding ceramic frog, Ogden, UT
1946
4:20: Informant Mrs. Lowe, Franklin, ID
1946
4:21: Informant Walter Coxe, Provo, UT
1946
4:22: Unidentified informant
4:23-26: Informant Buck Lee and examples of his tooled leather work, Clearfield
1946
4:27: Cowboy Billy Simon of Prescott, AZ, roping steer
1959
4:28-29: Illustrations by cartoonist J.R. Williams
4:30: Delia and Gail Gardner, Prescott, AZ
1974
4:31: Otho Murphy of Moab, UT, with "doodle-bug" for witching uranium
1953
4:32: Frank Silvey, writer, Moab, UT
1953
4:33: Hector and Ina Lee
1985
4:34: Bronze bust of Stith Thompson by Robert Laurent
4:35: Don and Harriett Robb
1971 and 1974

Grave MarkersReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
5 1
5:1: The Sarah Heward-Moroni Stocks family picture of about 1905. Pictured are Luella Stocks, John Carter Stocks, Edwin Murray Stocks, James Halley Stocks, Cora Stocks, Moroni Heward Stocks, Mary Elizabeth Stocks, Sarah Heward, Moroni Stocks, Sarah Rachel Stocks Wallace Hunter Stocks, Effie Stocks, William Heber Stocks, Henry Stocks, Eva Stocks. Birth and death dates included
5 1
5:2: Austin's mother, with the parasol and hat
5 1
5:3: The home in Iona with their father, Glenchora, Austin and a dog in front
5 2
5:4: Mary Elizabeth [Mane] Stocks: Married to Robert Harris Fife
5 2
5:4a.: Mary Elizabeth [Mane] Stocks: Married to Robert Harris Fife
5 2
5:5: Lilly Allen, Lue Brower, Mane Stocks Fife, Unice Telefore, Suane Cherry, Alley Weiser
5 2
5:6: Lee Fife, Lucile Fife Starr, Idaho Falls
Late 1894 or early 1895
5 2
5:7: Unidentified family photograph
5 2
5:8: Alan, Lorin, Karl, Milt. Stamped
Dec. 2, 1960
5 2
5:9: Picture of house we took in
1973, 1977
5 3
5:10: Photograph of an unidentified women taken at Torgeson Studio, Logan, UT
5 3
5:10a.: Negative of an unidentified women taken at Torgeson Studio, Logan, UT
5 3
5:11: Photograph of an unidentified man taken at Torgeson Studio, Logan, UT
5 3
5:11a.: Negative of an unidentified man taken at Torgeson Studio, Logan, UT
5 4
5:12: Gravestone of Elijah Fordham, Wellsville, UT
5 5
5:13: Headshot of Austin Fife
5 5
5:14: Austin Fife
5 5
5:15: Austin Fife
5 5
5:16: Eight pictures on one sheet of Austin and Alta Fife in front of a shelve of books
5 5
5:17: Grave Marker with two crosses and the engraving, "Dear Mother, In Earth's Thorny Paths/ How Long Thy Feet Have Trod,/ To Find At Last This Peaceful Rest,/ Safe In The Arms Of God
(negative under 5:40)
1991
5 5
5:18: Grave Marker of Jens Petersen, Logan Cemetery
(negative under 5:40).
1991
5 5
5:19: Grave Marker of James George, son of James G. & Lola J. Smith. Logan Cemetery
(negative under 5:41).
1991
5 5
5:20: Grave Marker of Marlan Taylor Berrett, and A. Irene Cook Berrett. Headstone has a mountain scene with an RV and boat
(negative under 5:41).
1991
5 5
5:21: Grave Marker of Natalena P. South. Headstone has the Utah Jazz logo engraven in it
(negative under 5:42).
1991
5 5
5:22: Grave Marker of Roy George James Jr. Headstone shows a man on a golf course taking a swing
(negative under 5:38).
1991
5 5
5:23: Grave Marker of a child, in the shape of a building block with a large C on it and a stone teddy bear leaning against it. Also a stone blanket lying on top. Logan Cemetery
1991
5 5
5:24: Grave Marker of a child, in the shape of a building block with a large C on it and a stone teddy bear leaning against it. Also a stone blanket lying on top. Logan Cemetery
1991
5 5
5:25: Picture of a mailbox in the form of a horse. The back of the picture has typed on it, "Mailbox in Plymouth, Utah. Picture taken by Marian Baldwin, September 1991. Marian said the horse's rear faces the road, with an opening to put the mail beside the tail, not under it."
September 1991
5 5
5:26: Another picture of the horse mailbox, with the same typed description on the back of the picture
1991
5 5
5:27: Grave Marker of Betty Binggeli. Headstone has a limbless tree and two deer engraven on it
(negative under 5:41).
1991
5 5
5:28: Grave Marker of Hansine Karelene Petersen, and Carl Emeil Petersen. Poem on the headstone reads, "She Faltered By The Wayside And The/ Angels Took Her Home,/ No Pain, No Grief, No Anxious Fear,/ Can Reach Our Loved Ones Sleeping Here."
(negative under 5:40)
5 5
5:29: Grave Marker with a large cross and two hands shaking
(negative under 5:40)
1991
5 5
5:30: Headshot of Alta Fife
5 5
5:31: Mail Box in American Falls, Idaho
1967
5 5
5:32: Driveway with wagon wheels. Cache Valley, Utah
1967
5 5
5:33: Wooden Chair. Probably taken in
1967
5 5
5:34: White Buggy with a canopy. The word "Homestead" printed on the canopy
1967
5 5
5:35: Mailbox made of a plow mounted on a wagon wheel
5 5
5:36: Door Knocker made of a horse shoe frame supporting a cow bell. Near Santa Rosa, California
1964
5 5
5:37: Two unidentifiable negatives
5 5
5:38: Five negatives. Four unidentifiable, one of a headstone
5 5
5:39: Four unidentifiable negatives
5 5
5:40: Four negatives of headstones
5 5
5:41: Four negatives. One negative of unidentifiable woman in a cemetary. Three negatives of headstones
5 5
5:42: Three negatives. One of a headstone, and the other two unidentifiable
5 6
5:43: Unidentified close up picture of a young woman.
Photocopy of an original photo.
5 6
5:44: Austin Fife
5 6
5:45: Austin Fife at a folklore conference
circa 1964
5 6
5:46: Austin Fife
about 1975
5 6
5:47: Austin Fife
5 6
5:48.: Older picture of Austin Fife in his late thirties, early forties
5 6
5:49: Austin Fife. Author photo for UMI Research Press-Shayne Davidson
5 7
5:50: Austin Fife pictured with recording equipment and a women singing and playing the guitar
USU Special Collections P0037 1:13:05a
5 7
5:51: A young Austin and Alta Fife showing a record and recording equipment to unidentified man
USU Special Collections P0037 1:13:05
5 7
5:52: 1978 Photo at the first Fife Conference. Standing left to right: Hector Lee, Barre Toelken, Jan Branvard, Howard Marshall, Austin Fife. Kneeling: Bert Wilson, Bruce Buckley, Wayland Hand
1978
5 7
5:53: Austin Fife in Fife Archive
around 1982
5 7
5:54: Alta, Marian, and Austin Fife. Moab, Utah
1954
5 7
5:55: Austin Fife
5 7
5:56: Austin Fife
5 7
5:57: Austin and Alta Fife. Posed in front of book shelves looking at a newspaper
5 8
5:58: Headstone in Hornitos Cemetery, Mariposa County, California
1978
5 8
5:59: Headstone in Hornitos Cemetery, Mariposa County, California
1978
5 8
5:60: Headstone with engraving of a winged angel and a dove. Hornitos Cemetary, Mariposa County, California
1978
5 8
5:61: Headstone in the Mokelumne hill, Protestant cemetery, Calaveras County. A Dove is engraved on the stone
1975
5 8
5:62: Masonic- Acacia Park- Cemetery. Modesto, Stanislaus County, California. A Dove is engraved on the stone
1976
5 8
5:63: Headstone in Gualala Bay Cemetery, Mendocino County, California
1975
5 8
5:64: Post Card. An "Indian Lament" is on the card by Old Hosteen Yazzie
5 8
5:65: Picture of a fence
5 8
5:66: "Rip-gut" fence, Orderville, Utah
5 8
5:67: "Rip-gut" fence, Orderville, Utah
5 9
5:68: John Greenway. AFS Business Meeting
5 9
5:69: Bob Georges. AFS
1967
5 9
5:70: Melville Jacobs, AFS Banquet
5 9
5:71: Herbert Halpert, AFS Banquet
5 9
5:72: B.A. Botkin, AFS Urban Folklore
5 9
5:73: Pinon, ACS
1967
5 9
5:74: Clarke, AFS
1967
5 9
5:75: Ralph Boggs. AFS Banquet
5 9
5:76: Austin Fife. AFS
1967
5 9
5:77: Mac Leach, Thelma James. MLS Pop Lit
5 9
5:78.: Barnes. AFS
1967
5 9
5:79: Austin Fife, Nygard, Wagus, James. AFS Banquet
5 9
5:80: Richmond. AFS
1967
5 9
5:81: Goldstein. AFS
1967
5 9
5:82: Carl Withers. AFS Urban Folklore
5 9
5:83: Bualley. AFS
1967
5 9
5:84: Abrahams. AFS
1967
5 9
5:85: Sutton, Smith. AFS
1967
5 9
5:86: Holger Nygard. MLS Pop Lit
5 9
5:87: AFS
1967
5 9
5:88: Toelken. AFS
1967
5 9
5:89: Jan Brunvand. MLA Pop Lit
5 9
5:90: Allan Lomax. AFS Business Meeting
5 9
5:91: Dan, Ben, Amos. AFS
1967
5 9
5:92: Ellen Stekert. AFS
1967
5 9
5:93: Browne. AFS
1967
5 9
5:94: Pete Seeger. AFS, Urban Folklore
5 9
5:95: Dundes. AFS
1967
5 9
5:96: Ken Goldstein. AFS
1967
5 9
5:97: Allan Lomax. AFS
1967
5 9
5:98: KFS. Dorson
5 9
5:99: Boatright. AFS
1967
5 9
5:100: Wilgus. AFS
1967
5 9
5:101: Halpert. AFS
1967
5 9
5:102: Roberts. AFS
1967
5 9
5:103: Hoffman. AFS
1967
5 9
5:104: KFS. Dorson
5 9
5:105: Wayland Hand, Margaret Bryant. MLA Pop Lit
5 10
5:106: Unknown person, last living survivor of the first handcart company
5 11
Duplicates
1:003, 1:007, 1:017, 1:028, 1:035, 1:039.
5 12
Duplicates
1:040, 1:041, 1:043, 1:048, 1:063, 1:067, 1:068.
5 13
Duplicates
1:069, 1:074, 1:076, 1:081, 1:082 1:092, 1:114, 1:151, 1:152, 1:155.