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The Jensen Historical Farm Research Collection, 1961-1993

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Ronald V. Jensen Living Historical Farm
Title
The Jensen Historical Farm Research Collection
Dates
1961-1993 (inclusive)
Quantity
17 boxes, (8.5 linear feet)
Collection Number
USU_COLL MSS 236
Summary
Items in this seventeen-box collection fall into three main categories: Cache Valley history, material produced by the Jensen Farm, and reports done for the Jensen Farm.
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

No restrictions on use, except: not available through interlibrary loan.

Languages
English


Historical NoteReturn to Top

The Ronald V. Jensen Living Historical Farm, a program of Utah State University, was started in 1970 with a donation from USU agriculture alumnus, R. V. Jensen, who specified that his gift be used to establish a working farm museum that involved students in its operation. The museum was located on 120 acres near Wellsville in southern Cache Valley, Utah, at the former Franklin H. Wyatt farm. Buildings representative of Cache Valley's history were relocated to the site to recreate a historic family farm. (The original Frank Wyatt farmhouse still exists on the property but had been modernized and was not suitable for inclusion.) The collections of the Man and His Bread Museum, an indoor museum of agriculture-related artifacts founded on the USU campus in the late 1950's, were also relocated to the Jensen Historical Farm site.

In 1985 folklorist and outdoor museum specialist Jay Allan Anderson was hired to direct the Jensen Historical Farm museum and establish a master's degree program in Outdoor Museum Administration. Anderson changed the Farm's time period from a generic "pioneer farm" to the year 1917, a prosperous year for Cache Valley farmers and a date which the museum's artifact collections could support. During Anderson's tenure at the Farm (1985-1993), graduate students operated all aspects of the museum, from restoration of artifacts to animal husbandry to research to costumed interpretation. Anderson's students compiled a collection of primary and secondary sources on which to base accurate historical interpretation of a 1917 southern Cache Valley family farm. When Anderson left the Farm in 1993 the focus of the program began to shift so he transferred the research collection to USU Special Collections. The Jensen Historical Farm was eventually subsumed by the newly-formed American West Heritage Center when the Festival of the American West.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The original Jensen Historical Farm Research Collection included numerous subject files intended to guide the farm's staff in the creation and operation of a living history farm. Much of the material consisted of photocopied items held elsewhere in USU Library holdings and therefore were subsequently removed. Items that were retained in this seventeen-box collection fall into three main categories: Cache Valley history, material produced by the Jensen Farm, and reports done for the Jensen Farm. The first section contains articles, essays, biographies, subject files, and oral histories about the history of Cache Valley. Many of the oral histories are grouped together as part of an NEA Folk Arts Project conducted by USU staff and are cross-referenced with corresponding cassette recordings located in boxes 15-17. The second section includes meeting minutes, planning guides, grant proposals, and visitor information. Notable among these materials are the "1-10s": one-page research data intended for ten-minute assimilation by on-site interpreters. This format, invented by Jensen Farm director Jay Anderson, has been adopted at other outdoor museums. The final section consists of reports, essays, dissertations, and theses written specifically for use by the Jensen Farm. While copies of USU dissertations and theses are also held elsewhere in Special Collections, these duplicates were retained in this collection due to their direct relevance to the Jensen Farm.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

It is the responsibility of the researcher to obtain any necessary copyright clearances.

Permission to publish material from the Jensen Historical Farm Research Collection must be obtained from the Special Collections Manuscript Curator and/or the Special Collections Department Head.

Preferred Citation

Initial Citation: The Jensen Historical Farm Research Collection USU_COLL MSS 236, Box [ ]. Special Collections and Archives. Utah State University Merrill-Cazier Library. Logan, Utah.

Following Citations:USU_USU COLL 236, USUSCA.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Cache Valley History, 1859-1990Return to Top

6 boxes, 147 folders
Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
1 1
Prices Paid for Butterfat FOB Factory in Cache Co. Monthly
1912-1935
1 2
"Early Land Surveys and Land Allotments in Cache Valley" by Willis A Tingey
Undated
1 3
Maps: Logan; Wellsville, Cache Valley
1961, 1962
1 4
"Cache Valley Dance Halls" by Newell Hart
Undated
1 5
"Wellsville Barns" by Sally Graves
Undated
1 6
"A Comparison of Selected Clothing in Salt Lake City, Utah; Logan, Utah; and New York City from 1900-1909" by Karen Janes
1900-1909
1 7
"Alphonse and Mary Hobson Brossard" by Edgar B. Brossard
Undated
1 8
"Life in Wellsville, Utah." Interview of Annie Leishman by Sandra Bailey
Undated
1 9
"A Descriptive Survey of Cache Valley Barns" by James McClure
Undated
1 10
Changing Times: A View from Cache Valley, 1890-1915 by Charles S. Peterson. Faculty Honor Lecture,
1979 November
1 11
"George H. Bradshaw House, 280 Center St. Wellsville, Utah" by Eric H. Thorpe
Undated
1 12
"Irrigation Development and Patterns of Life in Utah" by Charles S. Peterson
Undated
1 13
"Tokens to Tell: The Life of Andrew Charles Simmonds 1872-1947" by AJ Simmonds
Undated
1 14
"Wyatt House" by Dixie Jenson
Undated
1 15
"A Short History of the Knitting Industry of Cache Valley with an Emphasis on Early Knitting Equipment" by Scott Christensen
Undated
1 16
"Report on Research for Folklife Museums: Lumber Milling, Smith Brothers Lumber Co.Records, and Related Information about Cache Valley, 1890s" by Steven Cannon
1890-1891
1 17
"The Horse in Cache Valley 1896-1910" by Karl Petersen
1896-1910
1 18
"College Ward Part of BYC Legacy" Herald Journal
1986 September 21
1 19
"A Guide to Logan, Utah's Historical Homes and Sites" by Vera Christensen
Undated
2 1
"Coal Smoke and Valve Oil: The Steam Era in Cache Valley Agriculture" by Michael W. Johnson
Undated
2 2
"Agricultural Prosperity in Mendon, Individual Document Property for Thomas Carter Utah State Historical Society" by Kenneth Holford
1890-1910
2 3
"Domestic Livestock on Turn-of-the-Century Dairy Farms in Southern Cache County, Utah" by Larry L. Miller Jr
Undated
2 4
"Mendon: A Pioneer Chronicle of Mormon Settlement" by C.S. Peterson, D.J. Baker, and G.A Ware
Undated
2 5
"South Cache High School During World War I: A Cultural History" by Alan Max Thatcher
Undated
2 6
A.C. Simmonds, Cache Valley Farm
Undated
2 7
"Economics of Cache Valley Agriculture 1859-1900" by Leonard Arrington and Linda Wilcox
1859-1900
2 8
"As It Seemed to Me" by H.G. Wood
Undated
2 9
Wellsville,Utah Fire Hydrants
3 1
"History of Mendon: Dairy Segment" by Sam Lindley
Undated
3 2
"Chariot Racing a Winter Sport: A History of the Skyline Cutter and Chariot Racing Association in Smithfield, Utah" by Karl R. Peterson
Undated
3 3
"Gardens and Vegetables 1890-1900"
1890-1900
3 4
"Cache Valley Life 1870-1920" by Glen L. Bailey
1870-1920
3 5
"Calendar of Men's Work in Southern Cache Valley for Years 1894-1895" by John Olinger
1894-1895
3 6
"Observation: Interview with Max Fonnesbeck" by Dean Murphy
Undated
3 7
"The Isolated Cache Valley Farmstead At the Turn of the Century" by A.J. Simmonds
Undated
3 8
"Cache Valley Rural Foodways in 1917" by Suzette Isaacson
Undated
3 9
Excerpts from Writing Collection of Jan Roush By Madelaine Love
  • Biographies:
  • Brandt Thompson Writing Coll.-"Biography of the Andersons and Thompsons"
  • Julie Moyle Writing Coll.-"Cattle Crossing"
  • Corey Turner Writing Coll.-"Annie Evans"
  • Marilee Zollinger Writing Coll.-"Reading Disease"
  • Laree Williams Writing Coll.-Biographies"
  • Mary Bickmore Writing Coll.-"Maxine C. Bickmore"
  • Anita Ann Summers Writing Coll.-Floyd Jensen Biography
  • Adam L. Smith Writing Coll
  • Lynette Pond Writing Coll
  • Cordell Olsen Writing Coll.- "My Grandpa Loosli"
  • Bryan Lundell Writing Coll.-Informant
  • Layne Browning Writing Coll.-Biographical Sketch
  • David Campbell Writing Coll.-Eva Balmforth, Evelyn Balmforth Huntsman, Lorenzo Balmforth, Kate Ann Whiting Harris
  • Mary Becker -Biography-Wesley G. Malmberg
Undated
3 10
History Collection, Millville School 5th Grade History Club
Undated
3 11
"Back Pages: The World and Cache Valley Seen Through Features and Editorials in the 1917 Logan Journal"
1917
3 12
"The Bankheads of Wellsville, Utah: Black Families in a Mormon Culture: Mormon Attitudes Toward Blacks, 1830-1990" by Mary Kay Schmidt
1830-1990
3 13
"Dairying and Ranching in the Mountains"
3 14
Cache Valley Cow Testing Associations
3 15
Condensed Milk Companies in Cache Valley
3 16
Dairying in Cache Valley articles:
  • "History of Dairying in Cache Valley" by George B. Caine
  • "Early History of Cache Valley Dairy" by AW Chambers
  • "History of Dairying in Utah"
  • "Dairying in Cache Valley"
  • "History of Dairying in Cache Valley" by Paul R Willie
  • "The Cache Valley Dairy Industry" by Herschel Bullen
Undated
3 17
"Isolated Personal Reminiscences of Clarkston, Utah, A Pioneer Town" by Ann Godfrey Hansen
Undated
4 1
"The Wm. Bruce Crane Historic Photograph Collection of Cache Valley 1890 to 1920: Annotated and Indexed" by Bruce Crane
1890-1920
4 2
"Mendon Barns: A Barometer of Prosperity 1890-1917"
1890-1917
4 3
"Cache Valley Farm Layouts Some Random Concerns and Thoughts" by James Sessums
Undated
4 4
"Barns of Cache Valley" by Scott Christensen
Undated
4 5
"Cache Valley Farm Vehicles of the 1890's"
1890-1899
4 6
"Final Project Folklore Colloquim: 1890s Needle Work in the Cache Valley" by Colleen Freeman Gordin
1890-1899
4 7
"What was Cache Valley Like at the Time of Utah Statehood, 1896? A Review of Sources for the Jensen Farm Student Research" by Rhett James
1896
4 8
"A Day in the Life of X and Y 1917 Cache Valley Teenagers" by Bill McClelland
1917
4 9
"History of Hyrum" by Bryan Barfus
Undated
4 10
"A Brief Description of the Historical Uses of Ornamental Horticulture in Cache Valley in the Early Twentieth Century" by Janey Hokett
Undated
4 11
"Cache Valley Life, 1870-1920"
1870-1920
4 12
"The Cache Valley Red Cross, 1917" by Cathy Quinton
1917
5 1
Richard and Karen Cannon: candy making & doll making
(see Box 15 Tapes 1-4)
Undated
5 2
Ivan Christensen: making sauerkraut
Undated
5 3
Eva Knowlton: Hungarian cooking
Undated
5 4
Cleo Stettler: breadmaking
Undated
5 5
Kathy Herbert: swiss bread and pies
(see Box 15 Tape 5)
Undated
5 6
Vera Tippets: candy making
(see Box 15 Tape 6)
Undated
5 7
Morris Butcher-miniature steam engines
(see Box 15 Tape 7)
Undated
5 8
Vernon Barker: blacksmith
Undated
5 9
Lex Baer: ironworker
Undated
5 10
Mark Wood: welder and storyteller
Undated
5 11
Herman Nielsen: leather working and harness making
Undated
5 12
Preston Brenchley: blacksmith and welder
(see Box 15 Tape 7)
Undated
5 13
DeWitt Palmer: leather worker
(see Box 15 Tape 8)
Undated
5 14
Vern Shaffer: wood cutter
(see Box 15 Tape 9)
Undated
5 15
Dennis Cowley: clock repairman/maker
Undated
5 16
John Snell: blacksmithing tool collector
Undated
5 17
Nora Watkins: painting"
(see Box 15 Tape 10)
Undated
5 18
Eugene Needham: painter
Undated
5 19
Lorraine Johnson-needlepoint
Undated
5 20
Zina Marriott: quilting
(see Box 15 Tape 11)
Undated
5 21
Maria Vandenwijngaert: knitting and lace making
Undated
5 22
Elizabeth Friedli: netting
(see Box 15 Tape 14)
Undated
5 23
Betty Gerber: hardanger lace
(see Box 15 Tape 15)
Undated
5 24
Viola Larsen: weaving
(see Box 15 Tape 16)
Undated
5 25
Artice Bird: quilter
(see Box 15 Tape 17)
Undated
5 26
Wilda Thurston: quilter and crocheter
(see Box 15 Tape 18)
Undated
5 27
Linda Cowley: quilting and crocheting"
(see Box 15 Tape 19)
Undated
5 28
Thelma Fullmer: quilting and crocheting"
(see Box 15 Tape 20)
Undated
5 29
Cindy Wiser: quilter
(see Box 15 Tape 21)
Undated
5 30
Florence Bessie Morris: cooking
Undated
5 31
Hazel Romero: cooking
Undated
5 32
Vivian Willardson: candy making
(see Box 16 Tape 1)
Undated
5 33
Pumpkin Walk: Ida Beutler
(see Box 16 Tape 2)
Undated
5 34
Janna Harris: quiet books
Undated
5 35
Ellis Layne: cutter racing
(see Box 16 Tape 3)
Undated
5 36
Eric Hash: fly tying, gold panning, and dowsing
Undated
5 37
Rainy Riding: fly tying
Undated
5 38
Stephanie Cantwell: horse breaking
Undated
5 39
D.A. Newbrand: water dowsing
Undated
5 40
Stuart Hardman: storytelling
(see Box 15 Tape 10)
Undated
5 41
Vern Heniger: storyteller
Undated
5 42
Hattie Maughn: poetry"
(see Box 16 Tape 4)
Undated
5 43
Artice Bird-storytelling
(see Box 16 Tape 5)
Undated
5 44
NEA Folk Arts Survey-A biographical sketch of 12 folk artists
Undated
5 45
Lyman S. Willardson: woodcarving
Undated
5 46
Informants for 1988 Folk Arts Survey Grant: list of possible contacts for folk art
1988
5 47
Barbara Obray: quilter
Undated
5 48
Dorothy Butterfield: quilting"
(see Box 16 Tape 6)
Undated
5 49
Eva Israelson
Undated
5 50
Judy Smith-weaving
(see Box 16 Tape 16)
Undated
6 1
Deane Watkins: handwork
Undated
6 2
Shari Hawkes: quilter"
(see Box 15 Tapes 12-13)
Undated
6 3
Norma Skaeblund: quilting"
(see Box 16 Tape 7)
Undated
6 4
Bill McBride: Hyrum Relic Hall
Undated
6 5
Ruth Danielson: Paradise Relic Hall
Undated
6 6
LaVon P. Zollinger: Logan Relic Hall
Undated
6 7
Halloween
Undated
6 8
Richmond Relic Hall
Undated
6 9
Ada Jensen: quilting
Undated
6 10
Laurel Cannon: tatting
Undated
6 11
Marco Jensen: tatting
(see Box 16 Tape 17)
Undated
6 12
J.D. Cushman of Big C Ranch
Undated
6 13
Roberta Lofthouse: food preservation"
(see Box 16 Tape 8)
Undated
6 14
Carol Armstrong: hardanger and bobbin lace
Undated
6 15
Casper Merrill-short discussion about followup interviews
(see Box 16 Tape 18-19)
Undated
6 16
Merrill Leishman
Undated
6 17
Artice Bird: children's bedrooms
Undated
6 18
Ada Skidmore Jensen: rug crocheter"
(see Box 16 Tape 9)
Undated
6 19
"Kristine Camp and ‘Marlene's Quilts’: Family Ties that Bind"
(see Box 16 Tape 11)
Undated
6 20
"Report on Oral Interview with Gordon Ricks" by Carl Camp
Undated
6 21
Heidi Niehaus: "The Yard in 1917: Cache Valley, Utah"
(see Box 16 Tape 21)
1917
6 22
"Smithy Preston Brenchley: The Art of the Anvil"
(see Box 16 Tape 12-13)
Undated
6 23
"Interview with Vivian Brindley: Cake Decorating as Folk Art"
(see Box 16 Tape 14)
Undated
6 24
Norma Linder
(see Box 16 Tape 15)
Undated
6 25
Emma Neilson Mortensen
(see Box 16 Tape 20)
Undated
6 26
Louise Keetch Nebeker
Undated
6 27
Ezra and Letha Lundahl
Undated
6 28
Elmer Wallace Marriot
Undated
6 29
A.C. Hull
(see Box 16 Tape 21)
Undated
6 30
"An interview with Elizabeth Wyatt Winn-Cache Valley Farm Women's Clothing, 1917; What is the Style of the Times?"
1917
6 31
Elizabeth Friedli : "A Look At Childhood, Health, and Disease in Cache Valley Between 1910-1917"
1910-1917
6 32
Elgo and Christina Anderson: "Farm Shops and Equipment"
Undated
6 33
Cloie Leona Conlin Sant: "Dancing in 1917"
1917
6 34
Cutter Races
Undated
6 35
Landscape Murals on Buildings
Undated
6 36
Lawn Decorations
Undated
6 37
LK Wood Thrashing Bees
1960-1969
6 38
"Sugar Beet Thinning and Harvest Assignment"
Undated
6 39
"Utah Foodways Interviews" for the book A Taste of Utah
Undated
6 40
"Making it all Worthwhile: An Evening with Myron Brenchley, Builder of Meaning in Life"
Undated

Cache Valley History, 1857-1990Return to Top

4 boxes, 147 folders
Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
7 1
1-10s - "Why Statehood in 1896," "1917 Statehood in Utah," "1896 Presidential Election"
1896, 1917
7 2
1-10s - Special Events: "Behind the Scenes Day," "Easter Saturday," "Halloween, 1990," "Wedding 1917," "Wedding Reception," "Thanksgiving," "Cider Pressing," "Arbor Day," "Victory Garden"
1917
7 3
1-10s - Woman's Suffrage
Undated
7 4
1-10s - Jensen Farm Structures
Undated
7 5
1-10s - World War I: Troop M, 1st Utah Cavalry, and the 145th Artillery, US Army 1916-19, Attitudes Towards War-Reports from the local Press
1916 Fall
7 6
1-10s - Transportation: The Age of Railroad Expansion in the United States, Cache Valley Railroading 1890s
1890-1899
7 7
1-10s - Books in the Wyatt Household, Partial List of 1917 Publications, Cache Valley Newspapers
Undated
7 8
1-10s - Shade Trees and Shrubs: Lombardy Poplar, Willows, Arbor Day: Helpful Advice, Planting Hedges, Pruning Shade Trees, Recommended Trees and Shrubs
Undated
7 9
1-10s - Indians: Cache Valley Shoshone Indian Subsistence Patterns, Indians in the 1800s
1880-1889
7 10
1-10s - USU: ACU Aggies 1916-1917 Seasons, the Land Grant College, Brigham Young College
Undated
7 11
1-10s - Movies: Silent Film Theaters and Movies in Cache Valley
Undated
7 12
1-10s - Music and Theater: Sheet music to "Home Sweet Home!," "Music and the Wyatt Family, The Circus Comes to Cache Valley
Undated
7 13
1-10s - Kitchen: General Information about the kitchen, interpretation of the kitchen
Undated
7 14
1-10s - Mail order and rural free delivery in the West, 1917 Delivery in Wellsville
Undated
7 15
1-10s - Mormon History: Anti-Mormon Legislation of the 1880s, Mormon Villages, Mormonism in Transition
Undated
7 16
1-10s - Orchards: Strawberry Pie, Pruning and Thinning: Jonathan and Ben Davis, Pruning of Apples, 110 Antique Apples, Pruning and the Newly Planted Fruit Tree, Orchards
Undated
7 17
1-10s - The Wyatt Parlor
Undated
7 18
1-10s - Pitch Forks
Undated
7 19
1-10s - Mormon Theology-Mormon Terms, Word of Wisdom Observance, Mormon Health Law: The Word of Wisdom, Mormon Observance of the Sabbath, The United Order: A Mormon Cooperative Experiment, Mormon Priesthood, Mormon Bishops, The Morrill Antibigamy Bill of 1862
1862
7 20
1-10s - Foodways (Daily): Apple Harvest at the Jensen Farm, Swedish Folk Cookery, A Choice of Breakfasts, 1917 Recipes 15 pages, Groceries in Logan and Cache Valley
1917
7 21
1-10s - Foodways (Harvest and Preservation) Anyone with Ordinary Intelligence-Domestic Altitudes, Canning Jars, Cellaring Vegetables, Food Preservation on the Wyatt Farm, Jelly Making, Pitting Potatoes, 110 Cider Pressing, Over There and Over Here, Drying Food and Protecting it from Flies, Meat Curing in Wellsville, General Recipes for Fruits, General Recipes for Vegetables, Definition of Terms, Safety: State of the Art in Sterilization 1917, Capable Lady Experts and Cottage Cheese, The Wonderful Frugality of the Women-The War Context
1917
7 22
1-10s - Home furnishings and Decorative Arts---Interior Wall Coverings: Wallpaper; Paint and Whitewash. Chairs and Rockers, Plants and Flowers, Pictures and Photographs, Influences on Home Decorative Arts, Tables and table coverings
Undated
7 23
1-10s - Irrigation: Ditch digging, dams and Go-Devils; Irrigation as a Landscape Feature, Swimming or Other Uses of Canals
Undated
7 24
1-10s - Farming Activities: Signs of a Prosperous Farmer, Haying, Manure and the spreading thereof, Hay Rakes, Hay loaders, Thrashing Machines, McCormick Deering Big 6 Mower, Mower-2 copies, Pest Control: Animals, Blacksmithing in Cache Valley, Horseshoeing, Cache Valley Blacksmith
1878-1904U
7 25
1-10s - Fourth of July: The Week of July 4, 1917 What Everyone was Talking About, What was Happening on the 4th of July 1917, Gossip, World Issues and tidbits of News for July 4th 1917
1917 July 4
7 26
1-10s - Gardening-Garden Crops: The Family Garden, Heirloom "Poorman's" Gooseberry, Potatoes, Heirloom "Jenny Lind" Muskmelon, Heirloom "Allen Beans, This is a Garden, Copy of The Logan Republic, Feed Ourselves, Folks-the Home Garden Movement, Everybody's Got a Garden, Bean Culture-Soil Preservation, Cultivation, and Bean Varieties, Coldframes and Crops, Hotbeds and crops, Monthly planting Guide, Potato Culture, Prize Peas (and Pea Varieties), Scarecrows, Garden Implements and Their Use, Gardening By the Moon's Sign, Save Those Seeds or Lettuce turnip and Old leaf
Undated
7 27
1-10s - Children's Activities: Chores Done by the Wyatt Girls, Recess Games, Games Elizabeth Wyatt Played as a Child, Children's Chores
Undated
7 28
1-10s - Agricultural Fields and Crops: Modern Agriculture in Cache Valley, The Succession of Alfalfa cultivation, the Origins of the Sugar Beet Industry
Undated
7 29
1-10s - Fishing and Hunting: Encounters with Grizzlies, The Great Varmit Hunt, Old Ephraim The Last Grizzly Bear in Logan Canyon, 1917 Fishing in Wellsville, Hunting in 1917
1917
7 30
1-10s - Domestic Activities-Soapmaking; A pressing object: Ironing, wood cook stoves; What Where and Who, Hand-crafted Items for the House, Stereo views and Stereo graphs, Darning Eggs
Undated
7 31
1-10s - Christmas: What Everyone was Talking About During Christmas of 1917; A Variety of Christmas Tree Decorations; Christmas Candy; Christmas Dinner; Christmas Shopping, Caroling, and Gift Giving; (Small Size) 1917 Christmas Songs; Two Typical 1917 Christmas Tree Traditions; Elizabeth (Beth) Wyeth's Childhood Memories of Christmas Dinner; Welcome to Christmas on the Jensen Farm; How the War Affected Christmas; Christmas at the Wyatt's House
1917
7 32
1-10s - Farm Animals: Sheep; Animals on the Farm; Women and Sheep; Sheep Shearing; Horses; History of the Hansen Rambouillets; Animals at the Wyatt Farm; Pigs; (Horse information); Gestation and Mating Tables; Medical Concerns with Sheep; Sheep Camps; Sheep Shearing; Sheep Dogs in Utah: Border Collies
Undated
7 33
1-10s - Farm Machinery: Plows; Did Farmers Store Their Machinery Outdoors?; Farrows; Disc; Endgate Seeder; Cultivators; Horse-Drawn Vehicles; Corn Planters; Plow
Undated
7 34
1-10s - Carpentry Projects: The Honey Do Series: Boy's Trunk Chest, Kitchen Table, 1916 Fly Trap, Pioneer Flour Bins
1916
7 35
1-10s - Churches/Buildings and Attendance: The Wyatt Family's Wardhouse; Wyatt Family Church Attendance
Undated
7 36
1-10s - Clothing: Farm Dress Code Men; Farm Dress Code Women; Aprons
1917
7 37
1-10s - Electrification and telephones: Telephones in Cache Valley; Electricity
Undated
7 38
1-10s - Quotes and information about flowers
Undated
7 39
1-10s - Extension Service: Extension Efforts to insure Good Milk in Cache Co.; Sugar in 1917 Cache Valley; Duties of the County Demonstrator; Duties of the Home Demonstrator; Agricultural Extension Work in Utah
Undated
7 40
1-10s - Biographies: Who's Where in the Wyatt Family; Elizabeth Watson Archibald Wyatt: Early Years and Childhood; The Lynching of Charles Benson; Joseph A Smith; Farms Finance and Gentile Parking: Charles C. Rich Reference Information
Undated
7 41
1-10s - Blacks: Blacks and Property; Attitudes Toward People of Color; Blacks in Wellsville; First Black Born in Utah
Undated
7 42
1-10s - Cache Valley: The Depression of the 1890s; The Panic of 1893; St. John's School; Map of College and Young Wards in Cache Valley; Pioneer Schools; More School Days; Cache Valley Newspapers of the 1890s; Cache Valley Celebrates Utah's Statehood; The Growth of Wellsville 1857-1884-1900; Cache Valley Fever-The Boom Year of 1860; A Mormon Christmas-United Order Style; The Vegetable Wars; Green's Corners; Cache Valley Geology; Pea Vinery; School Days; Even More School Days
1857-1900
7 43
1-10s - Sheep in Utah By Susan Garlick
Undated
7 44
1-10s - Women's Issues: Pin Money Suggestions; Birth Control
Undated
7 45
1-10s - Women's Clothing: Shoes
1917
7 46
1-10s - Domestic Items: The Electric Stove; Domestic Odds and Ends
Undated
7 47
1-10s - Flag Day; The Relief Society Magazine
Undated
7 48
1-10s - Vegetable Gardening: Short essays on gardening at the Jensen Historical Farm by Robert Harry
Undated
8 1
Farm Visitor information - "Geology of Cache Valley"
Undated
8 2
Farm Visitor information - "But what's it like in the winter? A brief look at climate, flora, and fauna"
Undated
8 3
Farm Visitor information - "Indians in Cache Valley"
Undated
8 4
Farm Visitor information - "Did the mountain men explore Cache Valley"
Undated
8 5
Farm Visitor information - "Cache Valley Agriculture"
Undated
8 6
Farm Visitor information - "Education in Cache Valley"
Undated
8 7
Farm Visitor information - "Irrigation in Cache Valley"
Undated
8 8
Farm Visitor information - "Settlement in Cache Valley"
Undated
8 9
Farm Visitor information - "Water, Water Everywhere But Not a Drop to Drink"
Undated
8 10
Farm Visitor information - "Transportation in Cache Valley"
Undated
8 11
Farm Visitor information - "Alexander Graham Bell & Thomas Alva Edison Influence Utah Life"
Undated
8 12
Farm Visitor information - "Cache Valley Steps Into the 20th Century-An Industrial Overview"
Undated
8 13
Farm Visitor information - "Defoliation of the Mountains Around Cache Valley"
Undated
8 14
Farm Visitor information - "The Edmunds Act of 1882-Polygamists on the Run"
Undated
8 15
Farm Visitor information - "The Law of the Land, What Early Laws Were Established In Cache County?"
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8 16
Farm Visitor information - "Holiness to the Lord: Zion's Co-Operative Mercantile Institution"
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8 17
Farm Visitor information - "The Canal As A Religious Artifact"
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8 18
Farm Visitor information - "Swimming, Swimming in the Muddy Ditch!"
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8 19
Farm Visitor information - "Ethnicity in Cache Valley"
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8 20
Farm Visitor information - Bibliography of Cache Valley
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8 21
Consultant's Report
1961
8 22
Minutes of Jensen Historical Farm Planning Meetings
1965-1979
8 23
"Man and His Bread Museum at Utah State University" fundraising brochures
1971
8 24
Jensen Living Historical Farm and Man and His Bread Museum Master Plan: A Draft Outline
1972 Septempber 7
8 25
Ronald V. Jensen Living Historical Farm Master Plan By Robb Russon
1973
8 26
Ronald V. Jensen Living Historical Farm: A Bicentennial Grant Request
1974
9 1
Ronald V. Jensen Historical Farm and Man and His Bread Museum Preliminary Planning Guide
1974 April
9 2
Jensen Living Historical Farm Farmstead Survey
1974
9 3
"Harvesting the Arid West: A Proposal for an Implementation Grant to Improve Interpretation," submitted to National Endowment for the Humanities
1977 November
9 4
"A Proposal for a Planning Grant" submitted to National Endowment for the Humanities
1977
9 5
Jensen Living Historical Farm brochure
1977
9 6
Historical Farm Symposium sponsored by the Jensen Living Historical Farm & Man and His Bread Museum
1980 April 18
9 7
Preliminary Evaluation Report of the Interpretive Master Plan
1980 February 25
9 8
"Teacher's Guide For the Pioneer Farm Life Cross Media Kit"
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9 9
Ronald V. Jensen Living Historical Farm 1985 Calendar
1985
9 10
Site Map for the Jensen Farm
1985
9 11
"Fife Folklore Week"
1988 June 14-17
9 12
1917 Foodways Project
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9 13
Recipes used at the farm
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10 1
Jensen Farm Kitchen Rules for Staff
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10 2
"A Day at the Farm" narration
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10 3
IMS GOS Grant Application
1990-1991
10 4
Jensen Farm Self-Study Examination
1990
10 5
Soil Conservation Service Proposal for Nature Trail at the Jensen Farm
1990
10 6
Laundry Procedure at the Jensen Farm
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10 7
Data Entry Information
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10 8
Ronald V. Jensen Living Historical Farm Staff/Volunteer Manual
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Ronald V. Jensen Living Historical Farm Staff/Volunteer Manual
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4 boxes, 36 folders
Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
11 1
"Bibliography of Articles and Books for use by the Interpretive Staff at Ronald V. Jensen Living Historical Farm" by Wes Hardin
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11 2
"Agrarian Thought vs. Urban Thought" by Glen M. Leonard
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11 3
"Furnishing Study 1890 Farm House Jensen Historical Farm" by Nancy Richards
1890
11 4
"Cache Valley Farmers: Some Social Profiles 1890-1915" prepared by Charles S. Peterson and Glen Bailey
1890-1915
11 5
"The People of Cache Valley's Jensen Farm Area in the 19th Century" by Charles M. Hatch, Dean L. May, and Fon R. Brown
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11 6
"A Survey of the Life of Cache Valley Women in 1890 for the Jensen Historical Farm" by Carol Cornwall Madsen
1890
12 1
"Rural Clothing in Cache Valley, 1885-1890" by John M. Bourne
1885-1890
12 2
"Design, Development and Evaluation of an Educational Exhibit for the Ronald V. Jensen Living Historical Farm, Man and His Bread Museum" by Frank M. Galluccio
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12 3
"Self-Propelled History: A Practicum Project to Develop a Self-Guided Tour For Visitors to the Ronald V. Jensen Living Historical Farm, Man and His Bread Museum" by John Wesley Hardin
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12 4
"Honoring the Farm: Identity and Meaning in Personal Narratives" by Jeannie Banks Thomas
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13 1
"Honoring the Farm. Identity and Meaning in Personal Narratives," edited version of the oral interviews with Beth Wyatt Winn by Jeannie Banks Thomas
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13 2
"Honoring the Farm: Identity and Meaning in Personal Narratives," index by Jeannie Banks Thomas
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13 3
"Furnishing Study for an 1890s Farmhouse" by Ann E. Thomas
1890-1899
13 4
"The History of the Ronald V. Jensen Living Historical Farm and Man and His Bread Museum" by Caroline E. Mohai
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13 5
"An Interpreter's Guide to the Historical Geography of the Wyatt Family Farm, 1896" by James Robert Simon
1896
13 6
"Work in Progress: Landscaping" by Patrick Easterling
13 7
"Compton Photography Collection" by David Heighway
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13 8
"Furnishing Study for Ronald V. Jensen Living Historical Farm" by Ann Thomas
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13 9
"This Bed Thy Center Is, Those Walls, Thy Sphere: The Adult Bedroom of Cache Valley, 1917," furnishing study by Loila Wynn
1917
14 1
"1917 Interpretive Clothing for Women at the Jensen Living Historical Farm" by Sue Herrold Linnaberg
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14 2
"The Children's Rooms: A Furnishing Plan for the Jensen Farmhouse" by Suzanne Waldenberger
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14 3
"Gardening Guide for the Jensen Living Historical Farm" by Robert Harry
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14 4
"Interpretive Handbook for The Jensen Historical Farm" by Suzette Isaacson
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14 5
"Researching the Kitchen for the Jensen Farm" by Suzette Isaacson
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14 6
"Consultant's Notes: Farm Library and Archives" by Jan Anderson
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14 7
"Folk Art: An Exhibit of Objects and Processes" by Lynn Ann Underwood
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14 8
"Collection Management at the Jensen Farm" by Jerrie Clark
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14 9
"Furnishing Plan for the Living Room of the Jensen Historical Farmhouse" by Dixie Lee Jenson
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14 10
The Crowning Touch: The Role of Women's Hats at the Jensen Historical Farm," project proposal
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14 11
Outdoor Museum Educational Programs Survey, mentions Jensen Farm
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14 12
"The Log House" by Leslie Peterson
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14 13
Washing Instructions for Stains
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14 14
List of 20th Century Cookbooks used by the Jensen Farm
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14 15
"Selling the Farm: Demographics and Marketing Strategies for the RV Jensen Living Historical Farm" by Kevin R. Jones
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14 16
"And What Shall We Say of the Women? Interpreting the Cache Valley Red Cross and Relief Society During World War I At the Ronald V. Jensen Living Historical Farm" by Catherine Quinton
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14 17
Newspaper Articles about the Jensen Farm
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Container(s) Description Dates
Box
15
Item1: Richard and Karen Cannon
15
Item 2: Karen Cannon
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Item 3: Richard Cannon -Candymaking
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15
Item 4: Karen Cannon -Candymaking
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15
Item 5: Kathy Herbert -Swiss Bread and Pies
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15
Item 6: Vera Rees Tippetts -Candymaking
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15
Item 7: Preston Brenchley/Morris Butcher -Miniatures steam engines
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15
Item 8: DeWitt Palmer- Rawhide Braider
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15
Item 9: Vern Shaffer- Whittler
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15
Item 10: Stuart Harman/Nola B. Watkins
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15
Item 11: Zina Marriott -Applique
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15
Item 12: Shari Hawkes- Quilting
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15
Item 13: Shari Hawkes -Quilts
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15
Item 14: Elizabeth Friedli -Netting
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15
Item 15: Beth Gerber-Hardanger Lace
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15
Item 16: Viola Larson- Rug Weaver
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15
Item 17: Artice Bird
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15
Item 18: Wilda Thurston Interview and Observations -Quilting and Crocheting
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15
Item 19: Linda Kelley or Cowley-Quilts and Handwork
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15
Item 20: Thelma Fullmer -Quilting and Handwork
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15
Item 21: Cindy Wiser-Quilting
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16
Item 1: Vivian Willardson - Cooking
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16
Item 2: Ida Beutler - Halloween Décor
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16
Item 3: Ellis Layne - Cutter Races
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16
Item 4: Hattie Maughn
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16
Item 5: Artice Bird - Stories of Mendon
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16
Item 6: Dorothy Butterfield
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16
Item 7: Norma Skaeblund - Quilts
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16
Item 8: Roberta Lofthouse
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16
Item 9: Ada Jensen
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16
Item 10: Myron Brenchley- Carpenter
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16
Item 11: Kristine Camp - Quilting
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Item 12: Preston Brenchley - Blacksmith
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Item 13: Preston Brenchley - Blacksmith
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Item 14: Vivian Brindley - Cake Decorator
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16
Item 15: Norma Linder-Red Loom & Quilt
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Item 16: Judy Smith
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16
Item 17: Marco Jensen
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16
Item 18: Casper Merrill
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16
Item 19: Casper Merrill
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16
Item 20: Emma Mortensen - Rugs & Weaving
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Item 21: A.C. Hull
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Item 22: Artice Bird
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17
Item 1: Conrad Peterson -Farm Shops
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17
Item 2: Wallace Beutler -North Logan Farm Shops
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Item 3: Doyle Waldrom -Farm Shops
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Item 4: Kay Gilgen -Wellsville
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Item 5: Frank Olsen -Blacksmith
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Item 6: Veara Fife
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17
Item 7: Veara Fife
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17
Item 8: T.K. Sorensen
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Item 9: Douglas Wooton
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17
Item 10: Ruth Bassett-Quilting
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Item 11: Ruby Morgan
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17
Item 12: Ed Schultz – Threshing, NPR Interview
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Item 13: Dan Younker
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17
Item 14: Artice Bird
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Item 15: Rosamond Melartin
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Item 16: Don Hansen
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Item 17: Denzel Jensen
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Item 18: Mrs. Berry Ellis School, 2nd Grade/Mrs. Pond Ellis School, 3rd Grade
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Item 19: "Etc." "Jensen Farm"
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Item 20: "Threshing Aired"
1987 July 30
17
Item 21: "Cache Valley Heritage in Wood and Stone -Tim Taggart"
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Item 22: "Interview Clifton Elementary, Visited Farm 15 May – 1,2,3 Grades"
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