John Frank Wright photograph collection, 1955-1956  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Title
John Frank Wright photograph collection
Dates
1955-1956 (inclusive)
Quantity
3,223 photographs and 1,861 negatives
Collection Number
P0256
Summary
The John Frank Wright photograph collection contains images of Glen Canyon and southern Utah taken by J. Frank Wright.
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
special@library.utah.edu
Access Restrictions

Materials must be used on-site; advance notice suggested. Access to parts of this collection may be restricted under provisions of state or federal law.

Languages
English


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J. Frank Wright was a boatman for Norman Nevills in the 1940s. He was later in charge of boats and boating for the University of Utah/Museum of Northern Arizona salvage surveys of Glen Canyon in the late 1950s and early 1960s. The collection contains images of Glen Canyon and southern Utah taken by J. Frank Wright.

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Group 1-28 and Roll 1-28Return to Top

Container(s): Box 1

These photos have corresponding negatives in Negatives, Box 1.

Container(s) Description
box
1
Folder
1
Group 1
Photograph number 1-55: Lower Glen Canyon, October 22, 1958. Glen Canyon Arch. Salvage project run by University of Utah.
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Group 2
Photograph number 1: Katie Lee at Cass Hites, house and grave, Tickaboo Creek, 1955 or 1956.Photograph number 2: Tad Nichols and Katie Lee, house and grave, Tickaboo Creek, 1955 or 1956.Photograph number 3: Tad Nichols and Katie Lee walking down Tickaboo Creek, 1955 or 1956.Photograph number 4: UnidentifiedPhotograph number 5: Hanson CanyonPhotograph number 6: Hanson CanyonPhotograph number 7-14: Panorama from hill above Wishbone Canyon, Mile 10.2, Left Bank.Photograph number 15: Twilight CanyonPhotograph number 16-24: Hidden Passage from H.P. Bar.Photograph number 25: Katie Lee and Tad Nichols, California Bar, Glen Canyon, 1955 or 1956.Photograph number 26: California Bar, Glen Canyon.Photograph number 27: Katie Lee, California Bar, 1955 or 1956.Photograph number 28: Mile 10.2, standing above Wishbone Canyon, U.S. Oak Canyon Exits, far right center.Photograph number 29: Frank Wright, Tad Nichols and Katie Lee erased names of idiots carved in Music Temple, 1955 or 1956.Photograph number 30-31: KnifePhotograph number 32: Hidden PassagePhotograph number 33: Few miles above confluence of San Juan, R. Bank.Photograph number 34: 1642" inscribed in rock.Photograph number 35-36: UnidentifiedPhotograph number 37: Mary BeckwithPhotograph number 38-39: Mary Beckwith on the right and Naomi Heale on the left.Photograph number 40-42: UnidentifiedPhotograph number 43-49: Glen Canyon, 1955 or 1956Photograph number 50: Forbidden CanyonPhotograph number 51-58: Looking out at Lost Eden, Glen Canyon
3
Group 3
Photograph number 1-4: Stone and mortar on San Juan RiverPhotograph number 5: Horse (Navajo)Photograph number 6: Lake Canyon RuinsPhotograph number 7-8: Horse (Navajo)Photograph number 9: Hall's Crossing MarinaPhotograph number 10: Construction of Glen Canyon DamPhotograph number 11-12: At 13 foot rapid, Beaver Creek, Anasazi irrigating system.Photograph number 13: San Juan River breaks out of Lamb's ReefPhotograph number 14-15: Rainbow BridgePhotograph number 16: Hislop 1891, Forbidden CanyonPhotograph number 17: Sheep CorralPhotograph number 18: Construction of Glen Canyon DamPhotograph number 19: Mouth of Forbidden CanyonPhotograph number 20-21: Hislop 1891, Mouth of Forbidden Canyon, Bill Adam's wife, Christy Turner and Lex Lindsay.Photograph number 22: Hislop, 1891Photograph number 23-25: Lightning StormPhotograph number 26: UnidentifiedPhotograph number 27-28: Mouth of Mystery CanyonPhotograph number 29: Merle and Tody Miller in Mystery Canyon operating old gold mining equipment.Photograph number 30: Merle Miller in Mystery Canyon operating old gold mining equipment.Photograph number 31: Boat in CanyonPhotograph number 32: J. Frank Wright in Mystery CanyonPhotograph number 33-34: Merle and Tody MillerPhotograph number 35-39: J. Frank Wright poling off against wall in Mystery CanyonPhotograph number 40-42: Mystery Canyon, river and canyon walls.Photograph number 43-46: Photos taken from boat.
4
Group 4
Photograph number 1-3: Boats on river, Lake PowellPhotograph number 4-6: Lake Powell, Rainbow BridgePhotograph number 7-10: On Lake Powell overlook into Dirty Devil on Colorado River.Photograph number 11-13: Lake PowellPhotograph number 14-16: Olympia Bar, Bennett water wheel for power.Photograph number 17-19: Before lake ruins scenes, Hall's Crossing.Photograph number 20-22: Side CanyonsPhotograph number 23-25: Camping spot, unknownPhotograph number 26-29: Trip with Wright's sisterPhotograph number 30-33: Glen Canyon between Hall's Crossing and HillPhotograph number 34-36: Lee's Ferry FortPhotograph number 37-39: Glen Canyon between Hall's Crossing and HillPhotograph number 40-42: Olympia Bar, Tad NicholsPhotograph number 43-45: Ruins, machinery where Gold Rush was located.Photograph number 46-48: Lake Powell
5
Group 5
Photograph number 1: Glen Canyon, below Forbidden CanyonPhotograph number 2: Glen Canyon, Betatkin Ruin, 1952Photograph number 3: Glen Canyon, Betatkin Ruin, 1957Photograph number 4: Glen Canyon, Betatkin Ruin
6
Group 6
Photograph number 1-2: Narrow CanyonPhotograph number 3-4: UnidentifiedPhotograph number 5-9: Narrow CanyonPhotograph number 10-11: Olympia BarPhotograph number 12: Olympia BoxPhotograph number 13: Comb ReefPhotograph number 14-16: Concil Reef, Glen Canyon, 1985Photograph number 17-18: Narrow CanyonPhotograph number 19-20: LizardPhotograph number 21: Narrow CanyonPhotograph number 22-24: From Comb ReefPhotograph number 25: UnidentifiedPhotograph number 26-27: Unidentified people with mapsPhotograph number 28-32: UnidentifiedPhotograph number 33-35: Narrow CanyonPhotograph number 36-38: Junction of Colorado and Green RiverPhotograph number 39-41: Narrow CanyonPhotograph number 42-53: Unidentified
7
Group 7
Photograph number 1: Horse petroglyph on San Juan RiverPhotograph number 2-4: SandwavesPhotograph number 5: J. Wetherill on wall by Rainbow BridgePhotograph number 6: Bill and Nettie AdamsPhotograph number 7: Clouds on San Juan RiverPhotograph number 8-11: Sandwaves
8
Group 8
Photograph number 1: Pools during rainstorm.Photograph number 2: D. Julien, 1836 on wallPhotograph number 3: Mitten MonumentPhotograph number 4: Katie Lee near hillPhotograph number 5-7: Kayenta RidgePhotograph number 8: Katie LeePhotograph number 9-11: Lake Canyon, Kayenta RidgePhotograph number 12: Katie LeePhotograph number 13-14: Mouth of Last Chance CreekPhotograph number 15: Katie Lee in mouth of Dove CanyonPhotograph number 16-17: Sunset Crater near Flagstaff, ArizonaPhotograph number 18-19: Katie LeePhotograph number 20-21: Schaeffer TrailPhotograph number 22-25: Katie LeePhotograph number 26-28: UnidentifiedPhotograph number 29: Forbidden CanyonPhotograph number 30: UnidentifiedPhotograph number 31: Two unidentified womenPhotograph number 32-33: Lake Canyon
9
Group 9
Photograph number 1-2: White Rim Drive, June 1975
10
Group 10
Photograph number 1-11: Monument Basin, October 1974
11
Group 11, 18, 19
Photograph number 1-7: White Rim DrivePhotograph number 8-9: Bridge over Dirty Devil, Highway 95Photograph number 10-11: Tad Nichols and passenger
12
Group 12
Photograph number 1-8: Glen Canyon, University of New Mexico, May 25 to June 1
13
Group 13
Photograph number 1-8: Hovenweep, June 5, 1974
14
Group 14
Photograph number 1: Cows on Ferry, Hall's Crossing
15
Group 15, 16
Photograph number 1: Hole in the Rock and peoplePhotograph number 2: Hole in the Rock
16
Group 17
Photograph number 1-17: Hall's Crossing, October 17, 1963
17
Group 20
Photograph number 1-8: Mesa, Arizona, February 8, 1978
18
Group 21
Photograph number 1-8: Manti Temple, October 18, 1979
19
Group 22
Photograph number 1-7: Goblin Valley, August 1979
20
Group 23
Photograph number 1-7: Anticline Overlook, October 15, 1978
21
Group 24
Photograph number 1-4: Grandview, October 15, 1979
22
Group 25
Photograph number 1-4: Bryce National Park
23
Group 26
Photograph number 1-10: Spear fishing near Hall's Crossing Marina, Donna Smith (?)Photograph number 11: Store at Marina, Hall's CrossingPhotograph number 12: Shop at Marina, Hall's CrossingPhotograph number 13-14: First location of Marina, Hall's CrossingPhotograph number 15-17: Marina at Hall's CrossingPhotograph number 18-20: Fishermen at Lake PowellPhotograph number 21: Fish, Lake PowellPhotograph number 22-24: Lake Powell boating, below Hall's CrossingPhotograph number 25: Sisle Canyon, below Hall's CrossingPhotograph number 26-28: Boating below Hall's Crossing at Lake PowellPhotograph number 29: Boating at Lake Powell, below Forbidden CanyonPhotograph number 30: Boating at Lake Powell, Henry Mts backgroundPhotograph number 31-32: Flowers at Hall's CrossingPhotograph number 33-37: Aerial view of original Hall's CrossingPhotograph number 38: Flowers at Hall's CrossingPhotograph number 39-40: Cathedral in the DesertPhotograph number 41: UnidentifiedPhotograph number 42: Rainbow BridgePhotograph number 43-44: Cathedral in the DesertPhotograph number 45: Entrance to Side CanyonPhotograph number 46: Lake PowellPhotograph number 47-49: Lake Powell, water stains on the walls, Frank Wright called these "Music on the Walls"Photograph number 50-53: Lake PowellPhotograph number 54: Lynn Lyman and wifePhotograph number 55: Fine kiva in Westwater CanyonPhotograph number 56: Unidentified people, Lake PowellPhotograph number 57: Bridge over Colorado River, above HitePhotograph number 58-60: Cone-side Canyon between Hite and Hall's CrossingPhotograph number 61-66: Bridge over Colorado River, above HitePhotograph number 67-72: Unidentified person diving below Hall's CrossingPhotograph number 73: Loading dock, Marina at Hall's CrossingPhotograph number 74: Marina at Hall's CrossingPhotograph number 75: Loading dock, Marina at Hall's CrossingPhotograph number 76: UnidentifiedPhotograph number 77-78: Loading dock, Marina at Hall's CrossingPhotograph number 79-80: Marina at Hall's Crossing, original locationPhotograph number 81-83: Roof damage, Marina at Hall's CrossingPhotograph number 84: Marina at Hall's Crossing, location before movePhotograph number 85-86: Hall's CrossingPhotograph number 87: Marina at Hall's Crossing, first locationPhotograph number 88: Marina at Hall's CrossingPhotograph number 89: Marina at Hall's Crossing (see barges in right corner for drilling oil well, Rincon location)Photograph number 90: Marina at Hall's CrossingPhotograph number 91-92: Marina without bargesPhotograph number 93: Relocation of MarinaPhotograph number 94: Marina at first locationPhotograph number 95: Ron McPherson in Marina storePhotograph number 96-97: Wright's Grocery Store
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Group 27
Photograph number 1-2: CanyonlandPhotograph number 3-6: Goblin ValleyPhotograph number 7: Unidentified people outside Goblin Valley(?)Photograph number 8-9: Goblin ValleyPhotograph number 10: Crystal (Mica) Mt in Cathedral ValleyPhotograph number 11: Kate Lee, Tad Nichols, Frank Wright, "We Three" exploration trip, Lake Powell(?), 1956Photograph number 12: Unidentified carrier
25
Group 28
Photograph number 1: Jeep in Needles, UtahPhotograph number 2-10: Needles, Utah, CanyonlandPhotograph number 11: Southside of Onestar Park, Needles, UtahPhotograph number 12: Schaffer's Trail, White Rim Drive, CanyonlandsPhotograph number 13: UnidentifiedPhotograph number 14-20: Mouth of Forbidden CanyonPhotograph number 21-23: Quilt show, Blanding, Utah
26
Roll 1
Photograph number 1-12: Marina, Hall's Crossing, Utah
27
Roll 2
Photograph number 1-12: J. Frank Wright's home, 315 East 3rd South, Blanding, Utah
28
Roll 3
Photograph number 1-2: Carlsbad, New MexicoPhotograph number 3-4: Bonnie Dobson and Mrs. WrightPhotograph number 5-6: Settlement CanyonPhotograph number 7-9: Unidentified
29
Roll 4
Photograph number 1-5: Lake PowellPhotograph number 6: TreesPhotograph number 7-12: Red Bluff Campground, south side, Blue Mountains
30
Roll 5
Photograph number 1-11: L.D.S. (The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints) temple grounds, Mesa, ArizonaPhotograph number 12: Mrs. Frank Wright, E. Nielson (sister) in Mesa, Arizona
31
Roll 6
Photograph number 1-9: Dallas Divide, west of Colorado Ridgeway to TelluridePhotograph number 10: Golden Valley, UtahPhotograph number 11-12: Canyonlands
32
Roll 7
Photograph number 1-5: Four Corners National MonumentPhotograph number 6-11: Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado
33
Roll 8
Photograph number 1: Snow scene, Blanding, UtahPhotograph number 2-4: Wright home in Blanding, UtahPhotograph number 5: Overexposed imagePhotograph number 6: Wright home in Blanding, UtahPhotograph number 7: L. Redd home in Blanding, UtahPhotograph number 8: Overexposed imagePhotograph number 9: Snow in streets of Blanding, UtahPhotograph number 10: L.D.S. South Chapel, Blanding, UtahPhotograph number 11-12: Snow scenes, Blanding, Utah
34
Roll 9
Photograph number 1-10: West of Ridgeway, Colorado
35
Roll 10
Photograph number 1: Blue Mountain, UtahPhotograph number 2-3: Knotty tree, Blue Mountain, UtahPhotograph number 4: Blue Mountain, UtahPhotograph number 5-6: Mesa Verde National ParkPhotograph number 7: Sun Temple, Mesa Verde National ParkPhotograph number 8: Bonnie Dobson, Mesa Verde National ParkPhotograph number 9-12: Cliff Palace, Mesa Verde National Park
36
Roll 10A
Photograph number 1: UnidentifiedPhotograph number 2-12: Frank Wright family at Carlsbad, New Mexico
37
Roll 11
Photograph number 1: Delores Hurst, and sister Nellie at St. John's, ArizonaPhotograph number 2-4: Frank Wright family at Carlsbad, New MexicoPhotograph number 5-9: Grandfather's house, St. John's, ArizonaPhotograph number 10-12: Frank Wright family, St. John's, Arizona
38
Roll 12
Photograph number 1-5: Area of Fisher Towers, UtahPhotograph number 6-12: Area of Silverton-Durango, Colorado, Highway 550
39
Roll 13
Photograph number 1-5: Engine, Narrow gauge railroad, Chalma, New Mexico to Cumbus, over Cumberland Pass to Antonio, ColoradoPhotograph number 6-12: Scenary along the train route
40
Roll 14
Photograph number 1-2: Plaza, Santa Fe, New MexicoPhotograph number 3-5: Governors Palace, Santa Fe, New MexicoPhotograph number 6-8: Chapel, Santa Fe, New MexicoPhotograph number 9-11: Lake Powell scenery
41
Roll 15
Photograph number 1-7: Natural Bridges National Monument, UtahPhotograph number 8-11: Cut in Comb Ridge on Highway 95, Utah
42
Roll 16
Photograph number 1: Highway 550, south of Silverton, ColoradoPhotograph number 2: Town of Silverton, ColoradoPhotograph number 3-4: Rock formation, near Ouray, ColoradoPhotograph number 5-6: CloudsPhotograph number 7-12: Scenery, Highway 550, southwest Colorado
43
Roll 17
Photograph number 1: Oquirrah Mountains(?)Photograph number 2: Kennecot Copper PitPhotograph number 3-5: CarrotsPhotograph number 6: Lake PowellPhotograph number 7: Rainbow BridgePhotograph number 8-10: Vallecito Dam, southwest Colorado, northeast DurangoPhotograph number 11-12: Railroad station, Chama, New Mexico
44
Roll 18
Photograph number 1-12: L.D.S. temple grounds, Mesa, Arizona
45
Roll 19
Photograph number 1-2: Navajo Bridge, Colorado River, Marble CanyonPhotograph number 3-5: Art Green's Cliffdweller Lodge, Vermillion Clifts, UtahPhotograph number 6: Brigham Young's home, St. George, UtahPhotograph number 7-11: L.D.S. temple, St. George, UtahPhotograph number 12: Unidentified
46
Roll 20
Photograph number 1-2: Cherry Point Army Base, North Carolina coastPhotograph number 3-4: J. Frank Wright, wife, brother, and brother's wife at Cherry PointPhotograph number 5: River tripPhotograph number 6-7: Barn, Dry Valley, Utah, near MonticelloPhotograph number 8-10: PiecesPhotograph number 11: Scenery, southeast Utah
47
Roll 21
Photograph number 1-12: Chaco Canyon, Pueblo Bonito, National Monument
48
Roll 22
Photograph number 1-4: Chaco Canyon, Pueblo Bonito areaPhotograph number 5: Ruin above Pueblo Bonito on rimPhotograph number 6-11: Construction
49
Roll 23
Photograph number 1-9: Historical sites, St. George, Utah
50
Roll 24
Photograph number 1-7: Arches National Park
51
Roll 25
Photograph number 1-4: Mormon Monument, DeWitt, MontanaPhotograph number 5-7: Road overlooking Lake Powell, Highway 95Photograph number 8-10: Unidentified baby

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Container(s): Box 2

These photos have corresponding negatives in Negatives, Box 2

Container(s) Description
box
2
Folder
1
Roll 26
Photograph number 1-11: Narrow Gauge Railroad, Chama, New Mexico to Antonio, Colorado over Cumberland PassPhotograph number 12: Landscape south of Chama on road to Santa Fe, New Mexico
2
Roll 27
Photograph number 1-12: People at Crossing of the Fathers, Colorado River
3
Roll 28
Photograph number 1-2: Blanding, UtahPhotograph number 3: Texaco Station, Blanding, UtahPhotograph number 4: Parley's Red Merc, Blanding, UtahPhotograph number 5-6: Scenic, Interstate 70, west of Green River to SalinaPhotograph number 7-8: L.D.S. South Chapel, Blanding UtahPhotograph number 9-12: Scenic, Interstate 70, west of Green River to Salina
4
Roll 29
Photograph number 1-7: Unidentified SceneryPhotograph number 8: Combs RidgePhotograph number 9-12: L.D.S. Temple, Manti, Utah
5
Roll 30
Photograph number 1-11: West slope, Blue Mountain, looking soutwestPhotograph number 12: West of causeway, west slope, Blue Mountain
6
Roll 31
Photograph number 1-7: Overlook, Mesa Verde National ParkPhotograph number 8-9: Cliff Palace, Mesa Verde National ParkPhotograph number 10-11: Wright's home, Blanding, UtahPhotograph number 12: Wright's neighbor, Blanding, Utah
7
Roll 32
Photograph number 1-11: Monument Canyon, Canyonlands, from White Rim Drive west of Moab
8
Roll 33
Photograph number 1-3: Lake Powell
9
Roll 34
Photograph number 1-8: Chaco Canyon National Monument, New MexicoPhotograph number 9: Bonnie DobsonPhotograph number 10-12: Clouds
10
Roll 35
Photograph number 1-8: Wright's home, Blanding, Utah, Winter 1953
11
Roll 36
Photograph number 1-3: Unidentified sceneryPhotograph number 4-8: Million Dollar Highway, Silverton to DurangoPhotograph number 9: Blue Mountains, southeast UtahPhotograph number 10: Johnson Creek, Blue Mountains, southeast UtahPhotograph number 11: Blue Mountains, southeast Utah
12
Roll 37
Photograph number 1-12: Wright family: Frank, Dora, and children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren
13
Roll 38
Photograph number 1-5: Hall's Crossing, Glen CanyonPhotograph number 6-10: Aztec Ruins National Monument, Aztec, New MexicoPhotograph number 11-12: Light fixture
14
Roll 39
Photograph number 1: Glen CanyonPhotograph number 2: Dust storm, southeast UtahPhotograph number 3-6: Berchesgarten, GermanyPhotograph number 7-12: Salzburg, Austria
15
Roll 40
Photograph number 1-3: Head of Lake Powell, Narrow CanyonPhotograph number 4-5: Arch in Glen Canyon above Hite
16
Roll 41
Photograph number 1-11: White Rim Drive, Canyonlands
17
Roll 42
Photograph number 1-11: White Rim Drive, Canyonlands, Monument Canyon
18
Roll 43
Photograph number 1-6: Bryce Canyon National ParkPhotograph number 7-12: Unidentified scenery
19
Roll 44
Photograph number 1-12: Bryce Canyon National Park
20
Roll 45
Photograph number 1-5: Million Dollar Highway, highway 550Photograph number 6-8: Overlooking Silverton, ColoradoPhotograph number 9: Looking down Animus River from Silverton, ColoradoPhotograph number 10: Trees, Red Buff CampgroundPhotograph number 11-12: Blue Mountains
21
Roll 47
Photograph number 1: Weather Bureau Observation Station, Blanding, UtahPhotograph number 2-3: Blanding, UtahPhotograph number 4-5: Roy Johnson, right, with weather inspector, Blanding, UtahPhotograph number 6-9: Blanding, Utah
22
Roll 48
Photograph number 1-6: Unidentified scenery
23
Roll 49
Photograph number 1-6: Grainery-Verdure, between Monticello and Blanding, UtahPhotograph number 7: BarnPhotograph number 8-9: Water tankPhotograph number 10: BarnPhotograph number 11: Sheepherders trailer
24
Roll 50
Photograph number 1-12: Monument Canyon
25
Roll 51
Photograph number 1-12: Zion's National Park
26
Roll 52
Photograph number 1-12: John's Canyon, below Bluff, along San Juan River
27
Roll 53
Photograph number 1-3: East of Panquitch in Red Canyon, highway 12Photograph number 4-12: Bryce Canyon toward Cannonville
28
Roll 54
Photograph number 1-7: Million Dollar Highway, Durango to Silverton, overlooking Silverton, Colorado.
29
Roll 55
Photograph number 1-10: Narrow Canyon, above Hite, Lake Powell
30
Roll 56
Photograph number 1-8: Glen Canyon
31
Roll 57
Photograph number 1-10: Moqui steps, Glen Canyon
32
Roll 58
Photograph number 1-12: Bull Frog Marina, harbor, and covered ships at Hall's Crossing, Glen Canyon
33
Roll 59
Photograph number 1-4: Unloading docks, Bull Frog Marina, Hall's Crossing, Glen CanyonPhotograph number 5: Old First Security Bank, Blanding, UtahPhotograph number 6: L.D.S. South Chapel, Blanding, UtahPhotograph number 7: County Library, Blanding, UtahPhotograph number 8: Wright's home, Blanding, UtahPhotograph number 9: Hunt Upholstery, Main Street, Blanding, UtahPhotograph number 10: Post Office, Blanding, UtahPhotograph number 11: Chevron Station, Blanding, Utah
34
Roll 60
Photograph number 1-3: PatternsPhotograph number 4-5: Overlooking White Canyon, Bridges National MonumentPhotograph number 6-7: Augusta Bridge, Bridges National MonumentPhotograph number 8-10: Narrow Canyon above Hite
35
Roll 61
Photograph number 1-12: Narrow Canyon above Hite
36
Roll 62
Photograph number 1-6: White Rim DrivePhotograph number 7-9: Monument Canyon
37
Roll 63
Photograph number 1-3: Schaeffer Trail, near Deadhorse PointPhotograph number 4: Monument Canyon, CanyonlandsPhotograph number 5: Wilson Arch, southeastern UtahPhotograph number 6-7: Schaeffer Trail, near Deadhorse PointPhotograph number 8-10: CloudsPhotograph number 11: Wilson Arch, southeastern Utah
38
Roll 64
Photograph number 1-4: Unidentified sceneryPhotograph number 5-12: Verdure Canyon between Blanding and Monticello, Utah
39
Roll 65
Photograph number 1-12: White Rim Drive, Canyonlands
40
Roll 66
Photograph number 1-3: Window Rock, ArizonaPhotograph number 4: Verdure Canyon, UtahPhotograph number 5-7: Window Rock, ArizonaPhotograph number 8-11: Verdure Canyon, Utah
41
Roll 67
Photograph number 1-7: Mexican Hat Rock, UtahPhotograph number 8-11: Unidentified scenery
42
Roll 68
Photograph number 1-12: Hall's Crossing, Hite, Utah
43
Roll 69
Photograph number 1-11: Indian Creek near Dugout Ranch, Monticello, north near Newspaper Rock, Utah
44
Roll 70
Photograph number 1: Columbine flowerPhotograph number 2-4: Cabin, Blue Mountain, UtahPhotograph number 5-11: Columbine flowers
45
Roll 71
Photograph number 1-7: BarnPhotograph number 8-10: Verdure Canyon, Utah
46
Roll 72
Photograph number 1-4: Chaco Canyon National Monument, New MexicoPhotograph number 5-6: Scenery, near Chaco Canyon, New MexicoPhotograph number 7-8: Chaco Canyon, New MexicoPhotograph number 9-10: Window Rock, ArizonaPhotograph number 11-12: Scenery, near Chaco Canyon, New Mexico
47
Roll 73
Photograph number 1-12: White Rim Drive, Canyonlands
48
Roll 74
Photograph number 1-12: Glen Canyon
49
San Juan River and San Juan Fleet
Photograph number 1-2: San Juan River scenePhotograph number 3-4: Boat named "Paiute" on San Juan River and San Juan FleetPhotograph number 5: J. Frank WrightPhotograph number 6-8: Boat trail for hauling San Juan FleetPhotograph number 9: J. Frank Wright
50
Unidentified river scenes
Photograph number 1-18: Unidentified river scenes
51
Grand Canyons Area
Photograph number 1: "Thunder River entering Colorado" or confluence of Little Colorado River with Colorado River in ArizonaPhotograph number 2: "Preparting Lunch"Photograph number 3: "Unexpected dip" Grand Canyon on Colorado River.Photograph number 4: "Blue water of Little Colorado"Photograph number 5: "Deer Creek Falls" Upper Lake MeadPhotograph number 6: Rest Period in Redwall CavernPhotograph number 7: "White Water"Photograph number 8: "Horn Creek Rapid"Photograph number 9: "Hall's Crossing Marina" about 1964
52
Canyons
Photograph number 1: Grand Canyon, 1962 (lower half). Standing, left to right: Roger Braun, Jack Umelbn(?), Frank Holpher, Don Ross, Erma Agazzi, Fred Eiseman, Maggie Eiseman, John Hansen, and Don Meff(?). Sitting, left to right: Jack Oakes, Kathrine Helper, Herb Hart, Gay Stavley(?), Shirley Hart, and Kenneth Kessner(?)Photograph number 2: Grand Canyon, Soap Creek RapidPhotograph number 3: Bill Jones and Joan Stavely, Grand Canyon, 1959Photograph number 4: Marble Canyon(?)
53
Unidentified proofs
Photograph number 1-411: Unidentified proofs

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Container(s): Box 3

These photos do not have corresponding negatives

Container(s) Description
box
3
Folder
1
Arches National Monument
Photograph number 1-12: Arches National Monument
2
Train trip, Durango
Photograph number 1-24: Train trip, Durango
3
Dedication, Four Corners National Monument
Photograph number 1-9: Dedication, Four Corners National Monument
4
Carl Hayden Visitor Center, Four Corners National Monument
Photograph number 1-12: Carl Hayden Visitor Center, Four Corners National Monument
5
Glen Canyon, Georgia O'Keefe
Photograph number 1-3: Glen CanyonPhotograph number 4-9: Georgia O'KeefePhotograph number 10: Unidentified
6
Glen Canyon
Photograph number 1-66: Glen CanyonPhotograph number 67-78: Glen Canyon Ferry TripPhotograph number 79-124: Glen CanyonPhotograph number 125-136: Glen Canyon above HitePhotograph number 137-144: Chaffin House Boat, Glen CanyonPhotograph number 145-156: Gretchen Bar
7
Rainbow Bridge, Glen Canyon
Photograph number 1-24: Rainbow Bridge, Glen Canyon
8
Spear fishing, Glen Canyon
Photograph number 1-23: Spear fishing, Glen Canyon
9
Triple Arches, Glen Canyon
Photograph number 1-12: Triple Arches, Glen Canyon
10
Goblin Valley
Photograph number 1-24: Goblin Valley
11
Hall's Corssing
Photograph number 1-12: Hall's CrossingPhotograph number 13-24: Office building, Hall's CrossingPhotograph number 25-36: Hall's CrossingPhotograph number 37-48: Marina, Hall's CrossingPhotograph number 49-83: Hall's CrossingPhotograph number 84-105: Big Ferry, Hall's CrossingPhotograph number 106-111: Hall's CrossingPhotograph number 112-117: Unidentified childrenPhotograph number 118-140: Hall's CrossingPhotograph number 141-149: Road survey, Hall's CrossingPhotograph number 150-161: Hall's CrossingPhotograph number 162-173: Construction, unidentifed woman and child, Hall's Crossing
12
Lake Powell
Photograph number 1-16: Aerials, Lake PowellPhotograph number 17-28: Water skiing, Lake Powell
13
Mexico
Photograph number 1-23: MexicoPhotograph number 24-35: Tiberon, MexicoPhotograph number 36-47: Partela, MexicoPhotograph number 48-59: MexicoPhotograph number 60-71: Rosa, MexicoPhotograph number 72-83: Bay of Los Angeles, MexicoPhotograph number 84-131: Mexico
14
Parade, Monticello
Photograph number 1-12: Parade, Monticello
15
Unidentifed men and children, Family Park, San Diego
Photograph number 1-12: Unidentifed men and children, Family Park, San Diego
16
San Juan River
Photograph number 1-12: San Juan River
17
Snow Scenes
Photograph number 1-12: Snow scenes
18
Unidentified men, women and children
Photograph number 1-77: Unidentified men, women and children.
19
Unidentified scenery
Photograph number 1-54: Unidentified scenery
20
Glen Canyon
Photograph number 1: Driftwood in Hidden PassagePhotograph number 2-4: Alcoves in Glen CanyonPhotograph number 5-7: Unknown arch in Glen CanyonPhotograph number 8: Tapestry Walls, Glen CanyonPhotograph number 9-11: Side Canyons of Glen Canyon
21
Driftwood in Harris Wash on Escalante River, off of Colorado River
Photograph number 1-12: Driftwood in Harris Wash on Escalante River, off of Colorado River
22
Glen Canyon, Castle Wash
Photograph number 1-8: Three Arch Canyon up Mystery Canyon in Glen CanyonPhotograph number 9-12: Culverts on road between Blanding and Hall's Crossing at Castle Wash
23
Westwater Canyon, Glen Canyon
Photograph number 1-3: Fine Kiva Ruins in Westwater Canyon, west of Blanding, UtahPhotograph number 4: UnidentifiedPhotograph number 5-6: First trailers at Hall's Crossing, Glen CanyonPhotograph number 7-9: UnidentifiedPhotograph number 10-11: Three Arches Canyon up Mystery Canyon in Glen Canyon
24
Colorado
Photograph number 1-2: Between Ouray, Colorado and Silverton, Colorado on Million Dollar HighwayPhotograph number 3-4: Hayfields, Southwest Colorado, Ridgeway CountyPhotograph number 5-9: Along Dolous River, Southwest Colorado, near Hanging FlunyPhotograph number 10-12: Hall's Crossing Marina
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Colorado
Photograph number 1-6: Southwest Colorado, between Dolores and Telluride, ColoradoPhotograph number 7-12: Unidentified
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Glen Canyon, Rivers
Photograph number 1-3: Confluence of San Juan River and Colorado RiverPhotograph number 4: Side Canyons off Glen CanyonPhotograph number 5: Lunch stop in Glen CanyonPhotograph number 6: Unknown view in Glen CanyonPhotograph number 7: From poin overlooking San Juan RiverPhotograph number 8-9: View in Glen CanyonPhotograph number 10-12: Confluence of San Juan River and Colorado River
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Hole-in-the-Rock, Lake Powell
Photograph number 1: Plaque at Hole-in-the-RockPhotograph number 2-3: Top of Hole-inn-the-RockPhotograph number 4-6: Plaque at Hole-in-the-RockPhotograph number 7-9: Members of boating party, Lake PowellPhotograph number 10-11: Navajo Mountain from Lake PowellPhotograph number 12: Boating party, Lake Powell
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American Eagle Rock, Rainbow Bridge
Photograph number 1-2: American Eagle Rock Carving by early pioneer, Sylvia Nielson and friendPhotograph number 3: UnidentifiedPhotograph number 4-12: Rock formations at Rainbow Bridge, Navajo Mountain
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Canyons
Photograph number 1-6: Scenery in Forbidden CanyonPhotograph number 7-9: Scenic views in Glen CanyonPhotograph number 10-11: Hidden Passage, Glen CanyonPhotograph number 12: Keyhole Cave in Glen Canyon, covered
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Rivers, canyons, Moqui
Photograph number 1-6: Confluence of San Juan River and Colorado River (note sand waves unique to San Juan River)Photograph number 7-8: Train unknownPhotograph number 9: Moqui steps enlarged by minersPhotograph number 10-12: Waterfalls after heavy rain in Glen Canyon
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Lake Canyon, Glen Canyon
Photograph number 1-2: After Lake Powell starts forming; at mouth of Lake CanyonPhotograph number 3-4: Glens in Glen Canyon, showing water seeping into walls of Glen Canyon
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Canyons
Photograph number 1: Glen Canyon on Colorado RiverPhotograph number 2: Katie Lee, Little Arch CanyonPhotograph number 3-4: Glen Canyon on Colorado River
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Glen Canyon
Photograph number 1: Scene in Glen CanyonPhotograph number 2: Campsite in Glen CanyonPhotograph number 3: Cat tractor in Gold Mining Bar in Glen CanyonPhotograph number 4: Campsite in Glen Canyon
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View of lower Glen Canyon from rim above canyon
Photograph number 1-4: View of lower Glen Canyon from rim above canyon
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Scenes in Glen Canyon from boat trip
Photograph number 1-12: Scenes in Glen Canyon from boat trip (note different levels of river on bank)
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Betatkin Ruins, Northeast Arizona, Glen Canyon
Photograph number 1: Betatkin Ruins, Northeast ArizonaPhotograph number 2-4: Scenes in Glen Canyon area
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Glen Canyon, Petroglyphs
Photograph number 1-2: Petroglyphs in Glen CanyonPhotograph number 3-7: Scenes in Glen CanyonPhotograph number 8-9: UnidentifiedPhotograph number 10: PetroglyphsPhotograph number 11: UnidentifiedPhotograph number 12: Petroglyphs
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Hidden Passage, Glen Canyon
Photograph number 1: Boats near Hidden PassagePhotograph number 2: Scenes showing Hidden Passage entrancePhotograph number 3-5: Glen Canyon scene
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Katie Lee, Frank Wright and Tad Nichols
Photograph number 1: Katie Lee's ThunderbirdPhotograph number 2: Katie Lee's bedrollPhotograph number 3: Katie LeePhotograph number 4-5: Frank Wright and Tad Nichols and boatPhotograph number 6: Scene in Blanding, UtahPhotograph number 7-9: InscriptionsPhotograph number 10-11: Museum of North Arizona insigniaPhotograph number 12: Inscriptions
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Hole-in-the-Rock, Rainbow Bridge, Glen Canyon, Forbidden Canyon
Photograph number 1: UnidentifiedPhotograph number 2: Hole-in-the-RockPhotograph number 3: Frank Wright's sister, Ila Rollie at Rainbow BridgePhotograph number 4: Rainbow BridgePhotograph number 5: Lunch stop, Hole-in-the-RockPhotograph number 6: Hole-in-the-RockPhotograph number 7: Rainbow BridgePhotograph number 8: Boat in Glen CanyonPhotograph number 9: Lunch stop, Hole-in-the-RockPhotograph number 10: Plaque on top of Hole-in-the-RockPhotograph number 11: Scene in Forbidden CanyonPhotograph number 12: Passengers on Colorado River in Glen Canyon (University of Utah party boat trip)
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Canyons, San Juan Archaeological Salvage Project
Photograph number 1: UnidentifiedPhotograph number 2: Jess Jennings, San Juan Archaeological Salvage ProjectPhotograph number 3: Old road out of Hole-in-the-RockPhotograph number 4-5: UnidentifiedPhotograph number 6: GrottosPhotograph number 7: Striated rock formationPhotograph number 8: Glen CanyonPhotograph number 9: Side CanyonPhotograph number 10: UnidentifiedPhotograph number 11: Narrow Side Canyon, Glen CanyonPhotograph number 12: Entrance to Forbidden Canyon, Three Towers on Ledge
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University of Utah boat trip, San Juan Archaeological Salvage Project
Photograph number 1-12: University of Utah boat trip, San Juan Archaeological Salvage Project
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Glen Canyon, Mystery Canyon
Photograph number 1: Marking to trailPhotograph number 2: Scene on Colorado River, Glen CanyonPhotograph number 3: Round Rock, Glen CanyonPhotograph number 4: Scene in Glen CanyonPhotograph number 5: Remnants of Anasazi dwellingPhotograph number 6: Rock slabPhotograph number 7-9: Christie Turner at surface ruinsPhotograph number 10: Narrow Canyon over two Johnson 35 motorsPhotograph number 11: Len Lindsay and Christie Turner in Mystery Canyon
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Glen Canyon
Photograph number 1-8: Scenes in Glen Canyon
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Olympia Bar, Colorado River, Glen Canyon
Photograph number 1-2: LightningPhotograph number 3: Olympia Bar, Colorado River, Glen CanyonPhotograph number 4: Mining Machinery, Glen CanyonPhotograph number 5: Caked mud from receding water, Colorado RiverPhotograph number 6: UnidentifiedPhotograph number 7-11: Scenes in Side Canyons
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Balance rock bar, Lake Canyon
Photograph number 1: Balance rock barPhotograph number 2-3: Scene or river from Balance rock barPhotograph number 4-5: Unknown Side CanyonPhotograph number 6: Balance rock barPhotograph number 7-12: Unidentified personPhotograph number 13-17: Balanced rocksPhotograph number 18: Balanced rocks approachPhotograph number 19: Hikers in Lake CanyonPhotograph number 20-21: Cascace near mouth of Lake CanyonPhotograph number 22-23: Unique rock formationPhotograph number 24: Lake Canyon
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Hole-in-the-Rock, Moqui Canyon, Glen Canyon
Photograph number 1-8: Hole-in-the-RockPhotograph number 9: Mud patterns in Moqui CanyonPhotograph number 10-11: Hikers in Moqui CanyonPhotograph number 12: Lunch stop, Glen Canyon
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California Bar, Tapestry Wall, Moqui Canyon
Photograph number 1: Tapestry WallPhotograph number 2: Burned trees on California BarPhotograph number 3: Dump bed on California BarPhotograph number 4: Hole-in-the-RockPhotograph number 5-6: Lower end of California BarPhotograph number 7: Burned trees on California BarPhotograph number 8-9: Old steam boiler on lower end of California BarPhotograph number 10: Tapestry WallPhotograph number 11-12: Hikers in Moqui Canyon
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Rook Creek, Petroglyphs, California Bar
Photograph number 1-4: Petroglyphs, place unknownPhotograph number 5: Sacred daturaPhotograph number 6: Stock trail, on opposite side of river from Rook CreekPhotograph number 7: Cross bedding in sand stonePhotograph number 8: UnidentifiedPhotograph number 9: Near California BarPhotograph number 10: UnidentifiedPhotograph number 11-12: Stock trail, on opposite side of river from Rook Creek
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Cathedral-in-the-Desert
Photograph number 1-4: Cathedral-in-the-DesertPhotograph number 5: Rock formationPhotograph number 6: Pool in Cathedral-in-the-DesertPhotograph number 7-8: Cathedral-in-the-Desert
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Glen Canyon, Reflection pools, Hidden Passage, campsite, bars
Photograph number 1: Campsite in Glen CanyonPhotograph number 2: Short side canyon, RB, between Hole-in-the-Rock and river junctionsPhotograph number 3: Campsite just above and opposite Music Temple, November 1962Photograph number 4: Hidden PassagePhotograph number 5: Looking upstream, Glen CanyonPhotograph number 6: Reflection pools, near Bunions PottyPhotograph number 7-8: Glen Canyon(?)Photograph number 9: Shaded rest place, Glen CanyonPhotograph number 10: Short side canyon, RB, between Hole-in-the-Rock and river junctionsPhotograph number 11: Tumble scraper and tractor on Schock BarPhotograph number 12: Unidentified
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Bars, Bullfrog Basin
Photograph number 1: Smith Bar(?)Photograph number 2: Opposite mouth of Dungeon CanyonPhotograph number 3: Tractor and tumble scraper on Schock Bar (also known as Gretchen Bar)Photograph number 4: Bullfrog Basin(?)
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Hall's Crossing, Forbidden Canyon, Reflection pool
Photograph number 1: Old road leading to Hall's CrossingPhotograph number 2: Canyon just below Forbidden CanyonPhotograph number 3: UnidentifiedPhotograph number 4: Reflection pool
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Canyons, Cathedral-in-the-Desert, Klondike Point, Hidden Passage
Photograph number 1: Glen Canyon ButtePhotograph number 2: Below Cathedral-in-the-DesertPhotograph number 3-4: Glen Canyon ButtePhotograph number 5: Glen CanyonPhotograph number 6: Klondike PointPhotograph number 7: Cathedral-in-the-DesertPhotograph number 8: Hidden Passage
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Canyons, bars
Photograph number 1-2: Olympia BarPhotograph number 3: Glen CanyonPhotograph number 4: Olympia BarPhotograph number 5: Lower Glen CanyonPhotograph number 6: Olympia BarPhotograph number 7: Balance Rock Bar
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Forbidden Canyon, petroglyphs on Wright Bar
Photograph number 1: 50 mile point from mouth of Forbidden CanyonPhotograph number 2: PetroglyphsPhotograph number 3: Petroglyphs on Wright BarPhotograph number 4-6: 50 mile point from Forbidden CanyonPhotograph number 7: Glen CanyonPhotograph number 8-11: Petroglyphs on Wright Bar
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Hole-in-the-Rock, Rainbow Bridge, Individuals
Photograph number 1: Hole-in-the-RockPhotograph number 2-3: UnidentifiedPhotograph number 4: Steps at Hole-in-the-RockPhotograph number 5-6: Hole-in-the-RockPhotograph number 7-9: Steps at Hole-in-the-RockPhotograph number 10-11: Rita Plahetka at Rainbow Bridge registerPhotograph number 12: Rita Plahetka and friendPhotograph number 13-14: Lake CanyonPhotograph number 15: Lunch stop, Glen Canyon, near Lake CanyonPhotograph number 16: Rita Plahetka and friendPhotograph number 17-18: Hole-in-the-RockPhotograph number 19: Lunch stop, Glen Canyon, near Lake Canyon
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Lake Canyon, Escalente River, rocks
Photograph number 1: Lake CanyonPhotograph number 2: Cliff dwelling in Escalente RiverPhotograph number 3: Hole-in-the-RockPhotograph number 4: Ancient worked rockPhotograph number 5: Lake Canyon ruinPhotograph number 6: Cliff dwelling in Escalente RiverPhotograph number 7: UnidentifiedPhotograph number 8-11: Cliff dwelling in Escalente River
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West Canyon, Glen Canyon, Tower Butte
Photograph number 1: Stock trail in West CanyonPhotograph number 2: Glen Canyon, Tower Butte in distancePhotograph number 3: Indian Chimney on mesa near Tower ButtePhotograph number 4-6: UnidentifiedPhotograph number 7: Tower ButtePhotograph number 8: West CanyonPhotograph number 9-12: Petrogylphs
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West Canyon, Antelope Canyon
Photograph number 1: View below West CanyonPhotograph number 2: Mud flat from water backed up from coffer dam near Antelope CanyonPhotograph number 3: Glen Canyon coffer damPhotograph number 4: UnidentifiedPhotograph number 5: Cumming MesaPhotograph number 6: Pot found by crew from Museum of Northern ArizonaPhotograph number 7-9: UnidentifiedPhotograph number 10-11: Excavation site on LB near Outlaw CavePhotograph number 12: View below West Canyon
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Tad Nichols, Cross bedded sand stone, Little Labyrinth, Antelope Canyon
Photograph number 1: Tad NicholsPhotograph number 2: Cross bedded sand stonePhotograph number 3: UnidentifiedPhotograph number 4-5: Cross bedded sand stonePhotograph number 6: Smith bar(?)Photograph number 7-9: UnidentifiedPhotograph number 10-12: Little Labyrinth, Antelope Canyon(?)
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Hidden Passage, Music Temple
Photograph number 1-3: Hidden PassagePhotograph number 4: Music Temple
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West Canyon, Hidden Passage Bar, petroglyphs, bird tracks
Photograph number 1: UnidentifiedPhotograph number 2: Leanto on mesa near Tower ButtePhotograph number 3: Tracks made by Blackbird with missing foot, Hidden Passage BarPhotograph number 4-5: PetroglyphsPhotograph number 6: Tracks made by Blackbird with missing foot, Hidden Passage BarPhotograph number 7: Weaving loom hole cliff dwelling room, Defiance House(?)Photograph number 8: Robert Stanton survey stake near West CanyonPhotograph number 9: Chimney features on building believed to been left by Indians, on mesa near West CanyonPhotograph number 10-11: PetroglyphsPhotograph number 12: Unidentified
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Petroglyphs on Wright Bar
Photograph number 1-12: Petroglyphs on Wright Bar
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Lake Canyon
Photograph number 1: Cascade in mouth of Lake CanyonPhotograph number 2: Bar below mouth of Lake Canyon(?)Photograph number 3: Cascade in mouth of Lake CanyonPhotograph number 4: UnidentifiedPhotograph number 5-6: Lake CanyonPhotograph number 7-9: Hole-in-the-Rock
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Canyons
Photograph number 1: Lake CanyonPhotograph number 2: Sacred daturaPhotograph number 3: Lake Canyon alcovePhotograph number 4: UnidentifiedPhotograph number 5: Inscription RB below Tapestry WallPhotograph number 6: Inscription RB near one above but believed to be fakedPhotograph number 7-8: Alcove in Lake CanyonPhotograph number 9: Cliff dwelling in Lake CanyonPhotograph number 10-12: Mystery Canyon(?)
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Forbidden Canyon, Rivers
Photograph number 1: 50 mile point from mouth of Forbidden Canyon (Aztec)Photograph number 2: Inside mouth of forbidden CanyonPhotograph number 3: 50 mile point from mouth of Forbidden CanyonPhotograph number 4: Junction of Colorado and San Juan rivers(?)Photograph number 5: Keyhole Cave on river bank, middle leftPhotograph number 6: UnidentifiedPhotograph number 7: Wall opposite Forbidden CanyonPhotograph number 8-9: From Forbidden CanyonPhotograph number 10: 50 mile pointPhotograph number 11: Sanstone featuresPhotograph number 12: Junction of Colorado and San Juan rivers(?)
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Lake Canyon
Photograph number 1: Formation in Lake CanyonPhotograph number 2: Ruin in Lake CanyonPhotograph number 3-5: Balanced rock
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Petroglyphs, Cabin, Individuals
Photograph number 1: UnidentifiedPhotograph number 2-3: Olympia BarPhotograph number 4: UnidentifiedPhotograph number 5: Ila Rowley and Dora WrightPhotograph number 6: PetroglyphsPhotograph number 7-9: Olympia BarPhotograph number 10: Petroglyphs in Ticaboo near Cass Hite's cabinPhotograph number 11: Graves of Cass Hite and friend, near Cass's cabinPhotograph number 12: Fireplace of Cass Hite's cabin
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Canyons, Hidden Passage, Cabin
Photograph number 1: Petroglyphs, Lake Canyon(?)Photograph number 2: Lake CanyonPhotograph number 3: Hidden PassagePhotograph number 4: Navajo Mountain and Oak Creek (Canyon)Photograph number 5: PetroglyphsPhotograph number 6: Cascade, Lake CanyonPhotograph number 7: Hidden PassagePhotograph number 8: Narrow Passage with drainage into Oak Canyon, looking southPhotograph number 9: Fireplace of Cass Hite's cabinPhotograph number 10: Lake Canyon ruinPhotograph number 11-12: Unidentified
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Crystal Springs Canyon, Bars, Glen Canyon, Headstone and Cave
Photograph number 1: Reflection poolPhotograph number 2: Cross bedding sandstone in Crystal Spring CanyonPhotograph number 3: Crystal Springs CanyonPhotograph number 4: UnidentifiedPhotograph number 5: Crystal Springs CanyonPhotograph number 6: Canyon wallPhotograph number 7: UnidentifiedPhotograph number 8: Dry catch basin, California BarPhotograph number 9: Vegetation levels left by receding water in Glen CanyonPhotograph number 10: California BarPhotograph number 11: Turners headstone and cavePhotograph number 12: Unidentified
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Lake Canyon, Bars, Individuals
Photograph number 1-2: UnidentifiedPhotograph number 3: Olympia BarPhotograph number 4-7: Lake CanyonPhotograph number 8-9: Stanton DredgePhotograph number 10-11: Mary Beckwith on dump bed, California BarPhotograph number 12: Unidentified
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Rivers, Hidden Passage Rainbow Bridge
Photograph number 1-2: Junction of Colorado and San Juan RiversPhotograph number 3-4: Hidden PassagePhotograph number 5-6: UnidentifiedPhotograph number 7-9: Rainbow BridgePhotograph number 10-12: Unidentified
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Rainbow Bridge, Lake Ruin, Davis Gulch
Photograph number 1: Alcove just above Rainbow BridgePhotograph number 2-3: Rainbow BridgePhotograph number 4-6: Davis GulchPhotograph number 7-9: Rainbow BridgePhotograph number 10-12: Lake Canyon RuinPhotograph number 13-15: UnidentifiedPhotograph number 16-18: Rainbow Bridge

Unidentified negatives and the Grand CanyonReturn to Top

Container(s): Box 4

These negatives have no corresponding prints

Container(s) Description
box
4
Folder
1
Unidentified negatives
Photograph number 1-168: Unidentified negatives
2
Unidentified negatives
Photograph number 1-171: Unidentified negatives
3
Grand Canyon
Photograph number 1-132: Grand Canyon

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Geographical Names :
  • Glen Canyon (Utah and Ariz.)--Photographs
  • Utah--Photographs
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  • Negatives
  • Photographic prints