Mary Armstrong Milligan photograph collection, 1950s-1960s  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Photographer
Milligan, Mary Armstrong
Title
Mary Armstrong Milligan photograph collection
Dates
1950s-1960s (inclusive)
Quantity
721 items
Collection Number
P0892
Summary
The Mary Armstrong Milligan photograph collection consists of slides and photographs of the River Guides in Glen Canyon during the 1950s and 1960s. Mary A. Milligan was part of the crew on several SOCOTWA river trips in the late 1950s and early 1960s. SOCOTWA was an organization founded in the South Cottonwood Ward, Salt Lake County, that organized recreational and educational field trips for LDS groups, Boy Scouts, etc., for many decades.
Repository
University of Utah Libraries, Special Collections.
Special Collections, J. Willard Marriott Library
University of Utah
295 South 1500 East
Salt Lake City, UT
84112-0860
Telephone: 801-581-8863
SPCreference@lists.utah.edu
Access Restrictions

Twenty-four hour advanced notice encouraged. Materials must be used on-site. Access to parts of this collection may be restricted under provisions of state or federal law.

Languages
English


Content DescriptionReturn to Top

This collection contains slides and photographs of the River Guides in Glen Canyon during the 1950s and 1960s. The photographs and slides are in good condition, and the majority are labeled.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

The library does not claim to control copyright for all materials in the collection. An individual depicted in a reproduction has privacy rights as outlined in Title 45 CFR, part 46 (Protection of Human Subjects). For further information, please review the J. Willard Marriott Library’s Use Agreement and Reproduction Request forms.

Preferred Citation

Initial Citation: Mary Armstrong Milligan photograph collection, P0892, Box [ ]. Special Collections and Archives. University of Utah, J. Willard Marriott. Salt Lake City, Utah.

Following Citations: P0892.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Container(s) Description
Box Folder
1 1 Glen Canyon and Guides
  • 001-003: Hanksville
  • 004-011: North Wash
  • 012-020: Hite
  • 021-025: Getting Prepared
  • 026-036: Bert Lopez's Homestead
  • 037-040: First Camp
  • 041-050: Tapestry Rock and Warm Creek
  • 051-057: Sunday School
  • 058-062: Pictographs
  • 063-064: Archeological Diggings - "Indian Dwellings"
  • 065-066: Indian Cove
  • 067:
  • 068-071: Swimming and Waterfight
  • 072: "Scene along Colorado - Ruth, Bill, Melvin"
  • 073-076: Entrance to Moki
  • 077-078: Watermelon on the Colorado
  • 079:
  • 080: Landing at Lake Canyon
  • 081-082: Sacrament Meeting
  • 083: Lower level of bed-roll site
  • 084: Upper level of Bed-roll site
  • 085: "Small fall - early morning in Lake Canyon"
  • 086-088: Slide Falls in Lake Canyon
  • 089-090: Indian dwelling in Lake Canyon - cliff dwelling
  • 091: Melvin at Cliff Dwelling
  • 092: Indian Dwelling Lake Canyon
  • 093-098: View of Grotto
  • 099: Preparing for Race in Lake Canyon
  • 100-101: Small Slide in Lake Canyon
  • 102: Huge Fall Slide in Lake Canyon
  • 103: Bathing Tub in Lake Canyon
  • 104-106: Entrance to Lake Canyon
  • 107-109: Lake Canyon Cove - Remainder of Falls
  • 110: Looking out to Lake Powell from Lake Canyon Cove
  • 111: Lake Canyon Cove Swimmers
  • 112-114: Lake Canyon Cove Divers
  • 115: "Campsite between Lake Canyon and Hole in the Rock"
  • 116-117: Water fight in boats
  • 118-122: Looking into Hole in the Rock
  • 123: Steps carved for Pioneer Wagon Wheels
  • 124: Chasm about to the top of Hole in the Rock
  • 125: At the top looking over the River
  • 126-127: View from Hole in the Rock
  • 128-129: Group picture at Hole in the Rock
  • 130-133: View from Hole in the Rock
  • 134-135: Commemorative Plaque at Hole in the Rock
  • 136-138: Campsite at Hole in the Rock
  • 139: Loading for embarking landing at Hole in the Rock
  • 140-141: Hole in the Rock Cove
  • 142: Country through which pioneers traveled at Hole in the Rock
  • 143-146: Pioneer names carved on walls at Hole in the Rock
  • 147: Mormon Trail across from Hole in the Rock
  • 148-151: Arch Country across from Hole in the Rock
  • 152-155: Campsite across from Hole in the Rock
  • 156-157: Hidden Passage
  • 158: Reflections along way to Hidden Passage
  • 159:
  • 160: "So it's a lake now!"
  • 161-163: Couflux of the San Juan
  • 164-166: Socotiva Triangle
  • 167-168: Entrance to Hidden Passage
  • 169: Taken from Music Temple - San Juan in the morning
  • 170-190: Hidden Passage
  • 191-193: Top of Rope Climb at Hidden Passage
  • 194-195: Top of Fall Passage
  • 196-199: Upper Hidden Passage
  • 200: Socotiva Pool
  • 201: Cal Running Wall at Socotiva Pool
  • 202-204: 20 foot Cannon Ball Jump at Socotiva Pool
  • 205-206: Socotiva Pool and hidden Passage
  • 207-211: Hidden Passage Cove
  • 212: Launching for Music Temple Campsite
  • 213-218: Music Temple
  • 219: Jouesy the Troubadour
  • 220-224: Music Temple
  • 225-225: Sunday School at Music Temple
  • 226-231: Music Temple
  • 232: Dellenbauch Signature at Music Temple
  • 233: Music Temple - Original Powell Party carvings
  • 234: Leaving Music Temple
  • 235-236: Swimming over Music Temple
  • 237-245: Mystery Canyon
  • 246: Motor Boat Rescue - Mystery Canyon
  • 247: "All aboard for Socotiva Ferry Service"
  • 248-250: Hike up Mystery Canyon
  • 251-253: Reflections in Mystery Canyon
  • 254: Head of Mystery Canyon
  • 255: Mystery Canyon Fern
  • 256: Mystery Canyon Fern Growth of "All Seeing Eye"
  • 257-258: Reflection in Pool at Mystery Canyon
  • 259: Swimming at Mystery Canyon
  • 260: Pool in Mystery Canyon
1 2 Slides of Mystery Canyon
  • 261: Jessilie's Wailing Wall in Mystery Canyon
  • 262: Leaving Mystery Canyon
  • 263: Jessilie's Wailing Wall
  • 264-266: Leaving Mystery Canyon
  • 267: "On a lazy afternoon - Lea Grunin and Virginia Vandermeu - How would you count the hours you've spent?"
  • 268-274: Blue Heron Rookery
  • 275: Scene along Colorado River Between Rookery and Aztec
  • 276-278: Cleopatra's Needle and Eye
  • 279-282: Navajo Mountain
  • 283: Get together after recovery of the boats
  • 284: Scene along the Colorado
  • 285: Boats in last rapid on Colorado
  • 286-287: Gathering wood for Aztec Fires
  • 288: Key Hole
  • 289-291: Approaching Aztec
  • 292-292: Aztec Campsite
  • 293-294: Group on River Bank outside Aztec
  • 295-298: Aztec
  • 299: Breakfast at Aztec
  • 300: Aztec
  • 301: Looking up into Aztec
  • 302: Aztec
  • 303: Packing up at Aztec
  • 304: Spring at Aztec Campsite
  • 305: Reflection in water at Aztec
  • 306: "Lovely, Lovely!"
  • 307: Dairy Queen Rock
  • 308: Dairy Queen Service
  • 309: Scene in Aztec Canyon
  • 310: Aztec spring
  • 311: "Cool, refreshing, delicious, Spring Water." Aztec
  • 312-315: Formation at the Forbidden Canyon fork
  • 316: Approaching Narrows
  • 317-318: Rest Stop in Aztec
  • 319: "Almost to the Bridge - Aztec Canyon Spring"
  • 320: Spring above Contest Rock in Aztec Canyon
  • 321: Aztec Canyon trail to bridge
  • 322: Ancient tree along Trail to Bridge
  • 323: Beekman's Arch in Aztec Canyon
  • 324-325: First glimpse of bridge
  • 326-328: The Bridge
  • 329: Climbers at Rainbow Bridge
  • 330: Aztec Country as seen through arch of Bridge
  • 331-332: Looking up into arch of bridge
  • 333: "My favorite couch at Spring under the Bridge"
  • 334: Spring under the bridge
  • 335: Marlene and Merriel at Bridge Spring
  • 336-337: Brent Egar Bridge Spring
  • 338: George cooling off crew at Bridge Spring
  • 339: George cooling off Mary Ellen at Bridge Spring
  • 340: Tree along trail to register and plaque
  • 341: Plaque at Bridge
  • 342: Beginning of trail hike to top of Bridge
  • 343-346: Trail hike to top of Bridge
  • 347: Rope climb to trail at top of bridge
  • 348: "Coming up" Bridge Hike
  • 349: Almost to the top of Rope climb
  • 350: Going down rope after climbing bridge
  • 351-352: View of Bridge from approach
  • 353-354: Top of Bridge country
  • 355: Approaching top of Bridge
  • 356: Waiting turn at top of Bridge Country
  • 357: Climbing down bridge
  • 358-361: Bridge
  • 362: Lunch Stop by contest Rock
  • 363-364: Contestant on Contest Rock
  • 365: The Winner
  • 366: Above Contest Rock
  • 367: Lunch in the narrows below Contest Rock
  • 368-370: Game at narrows
  • 371: Running the Wall at Socotiva Pool
  • 372: into the Drink at Socativa Pool
  • 373: Bruce into the Water at Socotiva Pool
  • 374: A big splash at Socotiva Pool
  • 375: Ann attempting big splash at Socotiva Pool
  • 376: Socotiva Pool
  • 377-379: "Holding Breath" contest pool
  • 380: Returning to Aztec
  • 381: Charlene Herochi approaching Bruce=s beard of hair
  • 382-386: Underwater Swim Pool
  • 387: Race in underwater Swim Pool
  • 388: Smokey underwater pool
  • 389: John's corny dive into Underwater Pool
  • 390: Reflections in underwater Pool
  • 391: Smokey the Bear
  • 392: A pool just above Aztec Cove campsite
  • 393-399: Entrance to Aztec Canyon by Lake Powell
  • 400: Motoring toward Kane Creek Landing
  • 401: Golden gaters drifting toward Kane
  • 402: Tied up and floating toward Kane
  • 403: San Juaners heading for Kane Creek
  • 404: Along the Colorado River Toward Kane
  • 405: Butte Formation on the way to Kane
  • 406-407: Gathered for Sunday School
  • 408: River Shoes, San Juan Colorado
  • 409: Drifting toward Kane
  • 410: A river flag
  • 411: Catching victims for mud baths
  • 412-414: Mud bath
  • 415: Covered with mud
  • 416: Washing off the mud
  • 417: Siesta on the Glen
  • 418-419: Between Aztec and Kane
  • 420: Mud flat
  • 421-434: Mud puddle
  • 434e: Rinsing off the mud
  • 435: To the river for a bath
  • 436: All clean again
  • 437: Crawl Race
  • 438: Running Jump
  • 439: Crab Race
  • 440: Broad Jump
  • 440a: "Ready to go" on way to Kane Landing
  • 441-443: On our way to Kane
  • 444: John supervising a pedicure
  • 445: John's Pedicure
  • 446: On the way to Kane
  • 447: A canyon wall
  • 448: "One way to waken a sleeper"
  • 449: Smokey
  • 450: Packed out
  • 451: A lazy crew on the way to Kane
  • 452: "A bit of nonsense"
  • 453: "Friends"
  • 454: "Or enemies?"
  • 455-458: Last Chance Campsite
  • 459: Scene along Colorado River - Glen Canyon
  • 460-464: Kane Landing - Glen Canyon
  • 465: Gear ready to pack
  • 466-467: Cleaning the boats
  • 468: "The River goes on without us" - Kane Creek Landing
  • 469: Padre Creek
  • 470: Approaching Crossing of the Fathers
  • 471: "Waiting for the Stragglers" - Padre Creek
  • 472: not labeled
  • 473-479: Padre Creek - Box Canyon
  • 480: Head of Box Canyon - Padre creek
  • 481: Hand up at Rock blocking Padre Creek Canyon
  • 482-483: Path out of Padre Creek Box Canyon
  • 484: Road back to Camp at Kane
  • 485: Gunsight Point
  • 486-488: Coming into Kane
  • 489: Cooling off in Kane Creek
  • 490: "Can't get enough water"
  • 491: "River Shoes"
  • 492-493: "Just once more"
  • 494: Kane Country
  • 495: Powell Lake - Kane approach
  • 496-502: Kane Landing
  • 503: Colorado Group 1963
  • 504-505: Glen Canyon Suspension Bridge
  • 506-514: Glen Canyon Dam
  • 515-516: Glen Canyon Campsite
  • 517-519: Glen Canyon Dam
  • 520: Visitor's Center
  • 521-522: Kanab, Utah
  • 523-524: Caramel Park
1 3 General images
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Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • Boats and boating--Utah--Photographs
  • Rivers--Recreational use--Utah--Photographs
  • Corporate Names :
  • South Cottonwood Ward--Photographs
  • Geographical Names :
  • Forbidden Canyon (Utah)--Photographs
  • Glen Canyon (Utah and Ariz.)--Photographs
  • Form or Genre Terms :
  • Slides--Color