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A-Board historical photograph collection, 1817-1984

Overview of the Collection

Title
A-Board historical photograph collection
Dates
1817-1984 (inclusive)
Quantity
20 Drawers, (30 linear feet)
Collection Number
USU_ABoard1
Summary
The A-Board historical photograph collection consists of around 8800 images mounted onto archival boards. Most of these are either copies made from original images loaned to Special Collections, or copies from historical institutions. Also included are a few original images. The subject matter varies widely although there are numerous images from Logan and Cache Valley, Utah in general, Idaho, and Wyoming. Also included are images of the Union Pacific Railroad, the Southern Pacific Railroad, the Denver and Rio Grande Railroad, the Western cattle industry, wagon freighting, and Mormon historical sites and buildings. These images are located in metal filing cabinets.
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

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The A-Board historical photograph collection consists of around 8800 images mounted onto archival boards. Most of these are either copies made from original images loaned to Special Collections, or copies from historical institutions such as the Utah Historical Society and the LDS Church Historical Division. Also included are a few original images. This collection was the first organizational scheme created by USU Special Collections. After the division moved to collection-based processing, single images that did not neatly fit into a collection were still sporadically added. The subject matter varies widely although there are numerous images from northern Utah and southeastern Idaho including Native Americans, Cache Valley, Cache National Forest, agricultural scenes, aerial views, and pioneers. Also included are photographs from Utah, Idaho, Wyoming, and Nevada including Mormon historical sites, Western railroad images (the Central Pacific, Union Pacific, Utah Northern, Denver and Rio Grande, and Oregon Shortline), irrigation and reclamation, and the cattle industry. These images are located in metal filing cabinets.

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Permission to publish material from the A-Board historical photograph collection must be obtained from the Special Collections Photograph Curator and/or the Special Collections Department Head.

Preferred Citation

Initial Citation: USU_ABoard1; A-Board historical photograph collection; Photograph Collections Special Collections and Archives. Utah State University Merrill-Cazier Library. Logan, Utah.

Following Citations:USU_ABoard1, USUSCA.

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Container(s)DescriptionDates
drawer
Drawer 1
A-0001: Malad City, Idaho. Public Buildings
Black and white drawing of Malad City Public Buildings. Oneida County Courthouse and Malad Presbyterian Church.
1884
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A-0002: Great Salt Lake. Boats and Boating
"General Garfield" (formerly "City of Corinne") steamship leaving wharf at Black Rock (now Garfield) on regular run across Great Salt Lake.
1875
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A-0003: Logan, Utah. Train Depot
Utah and Northern train at depot. Caption lists 1885, but photo must be earlier, for Union Pacific Railroad Roundhouse shows in background. Engine 11 later sold to Sumpter Valley Railroad in Oregon. Donated to Idaho State University at Pocatello in 1930. On exhibit there until 1942 when put in war scrap drive.
1880-1889
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A-0004: Promontory City, Utah
Main Street, Promontory City, Utah. Summer of 1869. Original photo taken a few months after the driving of the Golden Spike at this site.
1869
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A-0005: Steam Threshing in Mendon, Utah
Steam engine on left, thresher and chaff piler on right at H. Bullen farm in Richmond. Two boys in Wagon, Riley and Henry Bair. John Richardson standing next to steam engine.
1890-1899
Drawer 1
A-0006: Abandoned Canal in Delta, Utah
The outlines of an abandoned canal east of Delta, Utah. Original built about 1911 by Oasis Land and Irrigation Company to irrigate Carey Act Land in Millard County, Utah. Photo looking East, taken by A.J. Simmonds.
1970
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A-0007: Camp Hollow. Hyrum, Utah
Black and white drawing depicting the original settlement of Camp Hollow at Hyrum, Utah. Earlier settler's names listed on bottom of board. Many early settlers of Hyrum were from Scandinavian countries.
1860
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A-0008: Downtown Logan, Utah
The center of the block bounded by Main Street (top), Center Street (right), 1st North (left). Photo taken from roof of the Lincoln Hotel (91 West Center Street) formerly known as Blanchard house, Logan house, and Peoples Hotel. Photo taken Spring 1902; Identifiable Buildings: Center left- Livery Stable of Blanchard and Bowen, 46 North 1st West Street, Logan Temple and Tabernacle, West tower of Old Main shows partially completed in background.
1902
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A-0009: Corinne, Utah
A wagon freight train being loaded on Montana street. Photographed at the intersection of 5th and Montana street looking east. Public well in center of street. Identifiable buildings: On left- bank, Warren Hussey and Company, William Berry Billiard Hall. On right- Union Bakery (owned by George Hauf), I.F. Evens Groceries, Sam L. Tibbals Saloon.
1872
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A-0010: Logan, Utah
View from College Hill (or possibly uncompleted tower of Old Main) looking due west down 5th North Street. Photo taken summer of 1903.
1903
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A-0011: Brigham Young College. Logan, Utah
Brigham Young College (now Logan High School). On left Nibley Hall, at rear, West or Main Building.
1916
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A-0012: Mona Reservoir
Mona Reservoir. Juab County, Utah. Mt. Nebo in background.
1911
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A-0013: Mona Reservoir
The outlet of Mona Reservoir, here called Elberta Reservoir.
1911
Drawer 1
A-0014: Freight wagons
14 mule (seven team) freight train en route to Montana. Gift of E.B. Brossand, Salt Lake City, 1972.
1872
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A-0015: Logan, Utah
View of Logan by C.R. Savage; photo taken from College Hill, intersection of 7th East and 6th North. John T. Caine Jr. residence and granary/carriage house (563 N. 7th East) in foreground.
1896
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A-0016: Bear River Bridge
Black and white drawing of Bear River Bridge at Hampton's Crossing near Collinston, Utah. Bear River Canyon in background.
1869
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A-0017: Home of J.R. Edwards
J.R. Edward's residence, northeast corner intersection Center and 2nd West Streets, Logan, Utah. Born November 19, 1849 (Minersville, Pa.). Died December 12, 1917 (Dozen Park, Santa Monica, California). Funeral details can be found in "The Journal" Dec. 17, 1917, pg. 8.
1892
Drawer 1
A-0018: Smith Brothers Lumber Yard
Smith Brothers Lumber Yard located in Hyrum, Utah. Smith Brothers operated an office in Logan at 132 S. Main Street. Photo probably between 1893-1920.
Undated
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A-0019: Virginia City, Montana
One large and one small photo. Photos looking east. Photos from Montana Historical Society. Gift of E.B. Brossand.
1866
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A-0020: Freight Wagons
14 mule freight train wagons unloading in the street of a mining town (perhaps Helena) in Montana. Gift of E.B. Brossand, Salt Lake City, 1972.
1872
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A-0021: Bridges at Eagle Rock, Idaho
Engraving after a painting by Thomas Moran. Early toll bridge for freight trains bound for Montana in foreground. Utah and Northern Railroad in Background. Utah and Northern Railroad train entering bridge at right. Beginnings at Eagle Rock shown on left. From Crofutt's New Overland Tourist (1884).
1880
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A-0022: Central Pacific Railroad
Snow sheds covering the Central Pacific Railroad tracks over a ridge in the Sierra Nevada range, California. Photo of woodcut shows summit and Donner Lake, 1882. From Crofutt's New Overland Tourist.
1882
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A-0023: Cornish, Utah
Men standing in a sugar beet field at Cornish, Utah in 1912. Photo looking west. In background a "Highline" for the unloading of wagons of sugar beets into railroad cars. Weigh house for "Highline" at extreme right. Behind "Highline" is (at right), Cornish LDS Chapel (built in 1911). First Wing of Yellow Brick Cornish Elementary school (at left) (built in 1920). Photo taken from brochure advertising apple orchard subdivisions in nearby Trenton. Original Photo caption: A sugar beet field near Trenton. Beets in the section yield as high as 35 tons to the acre. The farmers receive $4.75 per tow. With two sugar factions nearby, the beet industry promises to be permanent. The tops and the pulp of the beets are retained by the farmer for his stock.
1914
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A-0024a: Charles Coulsen Rich (1809-1883)
LDS Apostle. Defended Nauvoo, 1846. Settler of San Bernardino, California. Presided over Mormon settlements in Bear Lake Valley, Utah-Idaho. Photos of lithographs from Illustrated History of Idaho Territory, 1884.
Undated
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A-0024b: Joseph C. Rich
Joseph C. Rich (1841-1908) Resident of Paris, Idaho. Journalist and Politician. Photos of lithographs from Illustrated History of Idaho Territory, 1884.
Undated
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A-0025a: Echo and Weber Canyons, Utah
Engravings from Crofult, New Overland Tourist. Shows line of Union Pacific Railroad. Pulpit Rock at juncture of Echo and Weber Canyons.
1882
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A-0025b: Echo and Weber Canyons, Utah
Engravings from Crofult, New Overland Tourist. Shows line of Union Pacific Railroad. Hanging Rock, Echo Canyon. Overland Stage Station located at this point.
1882
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A-0025c: Echo and Weber Canyons, Utah
Engravings from Crofult, New Overland Tourist. Shows line of Union Pacific Railroad. Finger Rock, Weber Canyon, Utah.
1882
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A-0025d: Echo and Weber Canyons, Utah
Engravings from Crofult, New Overland Tourist. Shows line of Union Pacific Railroad. Devil's Slide, Weber Canyon, Utah.
1882
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A-0026a: Road Construction in Cornish, Utah
Work crews building road and cutting new grade (using horse teams) from Cornish, Utah, to bridge over Bear River. Photos from Arnold Trosath of Lewiston, Utah in 1970.
1916
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A-0026b: Road Construction in Cornish, Utah
Work crews building road and cutting new grade (using horse teams) from Cornish, Utah, to bridge over Bear River. Photos from Arnold Trosath of Lewiston, Utah in 1970.
1916
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A-0026c: Road Construction in Cornish, Utah
Work crews building road and cutting new grade (using horse teams) from Cornish, Utah, to bridge over Bear River. Photos from Arnold Trosath of Lewiston, Utah, 1970.
1916
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A-0027: Rock Church in Mendon, Utah
LDS Rock Church located in Mendon, Utah. Erected 1866, used 1866-1915, became Mendon Opera house, demolished 1964.
1866
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A-0028: Schoolhouse in Elberta, Utah
A schoolhouse in Elberta, Utah. Photo from Elberta (Utah Lake Land and Water Power Co.).
1911
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A-0029: Schoolhouse in Hyde Park, Utah
Schoolhouse in Hyde Park, Utah. Built 1904. Demolished in 1964 due to damage caused by the August 1962 earthquake. School consolidated with North Logan as North Park Elementary School. From Centennial Edition Herald Journal, March 25, 1956.
1904
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A-0030: LDS Chapel in Mendon, Utah
LDS Ward Chapel located in Mendon, Utah. Built 1914-1915, at a cost of $17,000. Demolished 1964, before completion of new chapel. Picture taken 1934.
1934
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A-0031: Mendon, Utah. Train Station
Utah-Idaho Central Railroad Interurban train stopped at depot at Mendon, Utah.
1930-1939
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A-0032: Steamboat Rock. Echo Canyon, Utah
Steamboat Rock, Echo Canyon, Utah. From Crofutt, New Overland Tourist.
1882
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A-0033: Alvin Crockett
Alvin Crockett. B. Oct. 19, 1831 (Fox Island, Maine). D. July 9, 1902 (Logan, Utah). Came to Utah Oct. 19, 1849. Settled in Logan 1860. First Mayor of Logan City. County Sheriff of Cache, 15 years. Photo from Esshom, Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah.
Undated
Drawer 1
A-0034: Thousand Mile Tree. Weber Canyon, Utah
This tree, on the line of the Union Pacific Railroad, marked 1,000 miles of track from Omaha, Nebraska. Photo from Dodge, How We Built the Union Pacific Railway.
1869
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A-0035: Tunnel Number Three. Weber Canyon, Utah
On the line of the Union Pacific Railroad. Note construction material still littering the ground before tunnel. Photo From Dodge, How We Built the Union Pacific Railway.
1870
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A-0036: Promontory Summit, Utah
A celebration after the completion of the Transcontinental Railroad in Promontory Summit, Utah. Photo taken after driving of Golden Spike when the "Jupiter" of the Central Pacific and the "119" of the Union Pacific pulled forward over last rail and spike. Photo by A.J. Russell.
1869 May 10
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A-0037: Logan, Utah
Photograph taken from College Hill. 7th East Street in foreground. 5th North Street joins 7th East in center Foreground. Logan LDS Temple on left.
1903
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A-0038: Captain John A. Sutter
Captain John Augustus Sutter (1803-1880); Owner of Sutter's Fort and Sutter's Mill, where gold was discovered in California.
1875
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A-0039: Elberta, Utah
Brochure depicting peach orchards planted 1907 by Utah Lake Land and Water Power Company in Elberta, Utah. Gift of William R. Jensen.
1911
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A-0040: Mona Reservoir
Mona Reservoir, built 1892. Advertisement to encourage settlement of Elberta. Writing on photo says "Clear $5,000 a year from 10 acres of apples at Elberta, Utah, under irrigation". Gift of William R. Jensen.
1911
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A-0041: Cache Valley Dairy Company
Cache Valley Dairy Company on High Creek between Richmond and Cove, Utah. Sign indicates "Public Telephone in Office". Milk cans probably received at small angle wings at left and center of photo. Emptied cans sit in distance.
1905
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A-0042: Elberta, Utah
Brochure depicting fields and residences located in Elberta, Utah. Gift of William R. Jensen.
1911
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A-0043: Farm of W. H. Homer
The residence and stock farm of W.H. Homer, located in Oxford, Idaho. Homer was sheriff of Oneida County, Idaho, from 1874 to 1892. Photo of lithograph in Illustrated History of Idaho Territory,1884.
1884
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A-0044: Elberta, Utah
Flume constructed by Utah Lake Land and Water Power Company at Current Creek Canyon, Elberta, Utah. Photo from Matthew B. Whitney, Elberta (Salt Lake City, Utah Lake Land and Water Power Company, 1911).
1911
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A-0045: Logan Tabernacle
Logan Tabernacle in Logan, Utah
1972
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A-0046: Logan Tabernacle
LDS Tabernacle in Logan, Utah after remodeling had removed stone steps and second story entrance.
1910
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A-0047: Camp Victory
The Central Pacific Railroad construction crew at Camp Victory (Rozel), Utah, April 28,1869, the day the Central Pacific Railroad set a world track laying record by spiking down 10 miles of track in one day. James M. Strowbridge, construction superintendent, in foreground.
1869
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A-0048: Bear River Valley
Stage coaches at Bear River Bridge (Hampton's Crossing) in the Bear River Valley north of Corinne, Utah. From J.H. Beadle, The Undeveloped West (Philadelphia, 1873).
1873
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A-0049: Diamond "R" Freight Train
"R" brand was the leading company freighting from Corinne, Utah and the Transcontinental Railroad to the Montana mines at Helena, Bannack and Virginia City. Reference to "R" is in Corinne, Utah newspapers and Toponce. Drawing by Charles M. Russell. Photo probably between 1870-1880.
Undated
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A-0050: John Harrison Maughan
John Harrison Maughan, born October 8, 1830 (Alston, Cambridge England), died October 31, 1912 (Weston, Idaho). Son of Peter and Ruth Harrison Maughan. Pioneer of Paris and Weston Idaho.
1885
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A-0051: Logan Woolen Mill
Logan Woolen Mill. Built 1875-1876 as Cache Valley United Order project. Never completed.
1902
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A-0052: Logan Canyon, Utah. Jardine Juniper
Jardine Jupiter located in Logan Canyon. Discovered in 1923 by Maurice Lindford. Tree named (ca. 1925) for USU Alumni and then Secretary of Agriculture William M. Jardine. Photo taken May 6, 1924 by Dr. Henry C. Cowles. Shows Professor George R. Hill and Botany students who measured tree and counted rings, estimating age at 2800 years.
1924
Drawer 1
A-0053: Unidentified Class Photo
Group photo of unidentified students and teacher.
Undated
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A-0054: Mendon May Day Celebration
Mendon May Day celebration at the Old Mendon Church. Spectators are gathered around the May pole.
1914
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A-0055: Townsend House Hotel
Townsend House Hotel located on West side of West Temple Street at corner of First South in Salt Lake City, Utah. Location in 1974 of entry to Salt Palace.
1874
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A-0056: Hotel Griffiths
Hotel Griffiths, Smithfield, Utah (105 North Main). General Merchandise Store of R. Griffiths on 1st floor. Note newly placed pole of High Creek Electric Co. line in center of picture. Gift of Mrs. Martha Griffiths.
1906
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A-0057: Unidentified Church Members
A church congregation, sitting outside church building. Photo probably between 1900-1920.
Undated
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A-0058: Unidentified church members
Church members, mostly children, sitting outside church building. Photo probably between 1900-1920.
Undated
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A-0059: Mendon, Utah
LDS Ward Chapel under construction.
1915
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A-0060: Sunday School Winners
Mendon LDS Sunday School "Efficiency" Winners. Sign on church building reads: Mendon LDS Church Erected A.D. 1914.
1925
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A-0061: Freight Wagons
Freight and freightage. Utah-Montana Road. Early pioneer 14-mule "jerk line" freighting team and wagons which operated between Corinne, Utah and the Montana and Idaho Mines. Gift of E.B. Brossard, Salt Lake City, 1974.
1860-1870
Drawer 1
A-0062: Unidentified Group of Young Men and Women
Group of unidentified young men and women.
ca. 1900-1920
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A-0063: Unidentified Class Photo
Group photo of unidentified students and teacher in Mendon, Utah.
ca. 1930-1950
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A-0064: Logan Temple Floor plan
Basement floor plan drawing for Logan, Utah LDS Temple. Truman O. Angell, Jr., Architect.
1877
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A-0065: Cache Valley Brigade
Officers of the Cache Valley Brigade of the Nauvoo Legion watching parade of the brigade at the annual muster. General E.T. Benson on horse in front, also included in photo-though not identified-is Captain Samuel Roskelly. More information written on photograph.
1866-1867
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A-0066: Logan, Utah
Black and white drawing of a distant view of Logan, Utah. From Farmer, The Resources of the Rocky Mountains.
1883
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A-0067: Union Pacific Engine 119
Union Pacific Engine 119 on the "Big Trestle", east slope of the Promontory Summit, Utah. At extreme upper left can be seen the 2 parallel cuts made by Central Pacific Railroad and Union Pacific Railroad crews. This trestle was abandoned 1871 after Congress moved junction of Transcontinental Railroad to Ogden. Central Pacific Railroad cut filled with stone and used as "Big Grade" until abandonment of line in 1942. Original photograph by A.J. Russell, more writing on front of photograph.
1869
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A-0068: Bear River City, Wyoming
View of Bear River City, Wyoming.
1868
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A-0069: Ute Indian Chiefs Walker and Arropene
Ute Indian Chief Walker or Wakara (left) and his brother Arropene (right). Engraving from Piercy, Route from Liverpool to the Valley of the Great Salt Lake. Brothers were Ute leaders in the so-called Walker War.
1853
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A-0070a: Woodruff School
Woodruff Elementary School on southwest corner of intersection of 1st West and 1st South, Logan, Utah Built 1891, and used as laboratory training school ca. 1918 to 1926 by Education students at nearby Brigham Young College. Demolished about 1957. NYA-WPA Dormitory and enrollees; Woodruff abandoned as school and used as dorm during New Deal Programs.
1939
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A-0070b: Woodruff School
Woodruff Elementary School on southwest corner of intersection of 1st West and 1st South, Logan, Utah. Built 1891 and used as laboratory training school ca. 1918 to 1926 by Education students at nearby Brigham Young College. Demolished about 1957.
ca. 1930-1957
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A-0071: Cache County Courthouse
Cache County Courthouse, Logan, Utah. Central section built by UOM and B, 1883 according to plans drawn by Temple Architect Truman O. Angell Jr. Front wings on either side of entrance built at the turn of the century. Building listed on Utah State Register of Historic Sites. Gift of the Herald Journal.
1956
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A-0072: Red Brick School House. Trenton, Utah
Built 1892, at cost of $1,600. Shared Trenton school population with White Brick School (built 1893). Demolished 1963 by a bunch of clods on the Trenton Town Board after minor damage in August 1962 earthquake. By A.J. Simmonds of the Herald Journal.
1956
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A-0073: Aerial View of Downtown Logan
Note construction of new homes in block bounded 1st North, 2nd East and Boulevard. Parking in middle of Center Street between Main and 1st East. Identifiable Buildings: LDS Temple upper center, LDS Tabernacle lower center, Logan Jr. High center extreme right. Buildings on 1st East between 1st North and Center: From left Cache Library, private home, Cache Valley Hospital, private home, National Guard Armory.
1935 September
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A-0074: Alfred Lambourne
Alfred Lambourne, 1850-1926. Artist, writer, and poet born in England. Emigrated to Utah with family in 1866. Settled in Salt Lake City where he was employed as an artist for Salt Lake Theater. Among his books: The Old Journey ( Story of 1866 Emigration), Our Inland Sea (Homesteading Gunnion Island), and An Old Sketchbook.
1920
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A-0075: Moses Thatcher House
Home of LDS Apostle Moses Thatcher. Built of adobe, stuccoed and painted yellow. Built about 1868. Stood on corner (Northeast) of intersection of Main Street and 1st South Street, Logan, Utah. Later used as manse (dwelling for minister) for Trinity Methodist Church and as Fraternity house for USU group.
1926
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A-0076: Weston, Idaho. Brass Band
Organized 1887 by LDS Ward chorister, Thomas Preston. Members: Standing 1st row: Thomas Gill, Yeppa Benson, James Nielsen, Hyrum Olsen, Peter Jacobsson. Seated 2nd row- Chris Poulson, Thomas Preston, Rasmus Nelsen, Peter Nielsen.
1887
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A-0077a: Weston, Idaho
Weston Post Office and N.S. Hansen and Co. General Merchandise store. Amelia Hansen (left) and N.S. Hansen (right) of Weston, Idaho.
1908
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A-0077b: Weston, Idaho
Loading of sugar beets into railroad cars on the "Highline" at Weston, Idaho. Photo by Hyrum Hansen.
1908
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A-0078: Log Cabin of John Harrison Maughan
Built 1867. First house in Weston, Idaho. Used for school and church.
Undated
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A-0079a: Threshing near Malad City, Idaho
A threshing crew from Weston, Idaho.
1905
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A-0079b: Threshing
The first "combined grain harvester" owned by E. Hammond of Weston, Idaho. It took 24 head of horses to pull the machine.
1905
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A-0079c: Threshing
Yeppa Benson's steam engine and thresher in Weston, Idaho.
1905
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A-0080a: Nephi Jensen of Weston, Idaho
Photo taken by Hyrum Hansen.
1905
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A-0080b: Ludwig Erickson of Weston, Idaho.
Blacksmith. Owned brick yard in Weston ca. 1893. Photo by Hyrum Hansen.
1893
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A-0081: J. A. Straight
J.A. Straight, editor and publisher of the Idaho Enterprise (1879-1883) Oxford, Idaho. Paper later moved to Malad City, Idaho. From Illustrated History of Idaho Territory.
1884
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A-0082a: Opera House, Weston, Idaho
Construction of the west section of the Opera house in Weston, Idaho. Center part of building was second LDS Church in Weston. Photo by Hyrum Hansen.
Undated
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A-0082b: Weston, Idaho. LDS Church
Cornerstone laid 1895. Completed and dedicated on December 6, 1915.
Undated
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A-0083a: S. B. Reed
S.B. Reed, Superintendent of Construction of Union Pacific Railroad 1862-1869.
ca. 1860-1870
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A-0083b: General J.S. Casement
Casement Brothers laid all track under UP contract for construction of Union Pacific Railroad portion of Transcontinental Railroad.
ca. 1860-1880
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A-0084: Chief Tabiona
Chief Tabiona, Ute Indian.
Undated
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A-0085a: Corinne, Utah
The settling of Corinne, Utah. Engraving from The Undeveloped West or Five Years in the Territories by J. H. Beadle.
1869
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A-0085b: Corinne, Utah
The settling of Corinne, Utah. Engraving from The Undeveloped West or Five Years in the Territories by J. H. Beadle.
1869
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A-0086: Joseph H. Watkins
Men and mule teams with ploughs; third man from left is Joseph H. Watkins.
ca. 1890-1920
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A-0087: First Security Bank. Richmond, Utah
Originally two story building. Second floor removed after earthquake of August 1962. Originally built about 1905 as headquarters for High Creek Electric Co. Photo by A.J. Simmonds.
1971
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A-0088: Logan Sugar Factory. Logan, Utah
Photo looking Northeast.
1903
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A-0089: Providence, Utah
Detail of window in a stone church, erected 1870 at a cost of $ 12,800. Photo by A.J. Simmonds.
ca. 1970-1980
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A-0090: C. Eisele Painting
Black and white print of painting by C. Eisele, 1892. Looking toward Logan from the River Heights bench. Painting is probably a study for the more detailed one in the Salt Lake LDS Temple (See Ensign, July 1974). One of these two paintings was hung in Cache County Room of the Utah Building at the Chicago Worlds Fair of 1893. Original located in Tanner Reading room, USU Special Collections, Logan, Utah
1892
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A-0091: Unidentified male
Unidentified male.
Undated
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A-0092: Thomas Preston
Thomas Preston. B. Jan. 16, 1865 (Norwood, Ontario, Canada). D. Oct. 15, 1946. Son of Samuel and Louisa Coe Preston. Operated Mercantile Store 42 years. Served 3 terms in Idaho State Legislature as State Senator and served 3 terms as Probate Judge of Franklin County, Idaho.
Undated
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A-0093: Freight wagons
Freight wagons on the road.
ca. 1860-1880
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A-0094: Salt Lake City, Utah
Salt Lake City with view of the Tabernacle and foundations of the Temple, about 1868. From Crofutt, Overland Tourist, 1884.
1868
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A-0095a: Christopher Madsen Funk
Presiding Elder of Weston, Idaho 1865-1867.
Undated
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A-0095b: Christian Olsen
Presiding Elder of Weston, Idaho. LDS Branch, 1875-1876.
Undated
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A-0096a: Alexander Alma Allen
Bishop (1876-1886) in Weston, Idaho.
Undated
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A-0096b: John Henry Clark
LDS Bishop of Weston, Idaho in 1886-1889 and 1891-1902.
Undated
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A-0097a: Jens Peter Mickelsen
Presiding Elder of Weston, Idaho. LDS Branch in 1889-1891.
Undated
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A-0097b: Otto Gassman
Merchant and Bishop of Weston, Idaho LDS Ward in 1902-1911.
Undated
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A-0098a: Yeppa Benson
LDS Bishop of Weston, Idaho in 1911-1919.
Undated
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A-0098b: Thomas E. Rose
LDS Bishop of Weston, Idaho in 1919-1929.
Undated
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A-0098c: Niels S. Bastain
LDS Bishop of Weston, Idaho in 1929-1937.
Undated
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A-0099: Orson Pratt
LDS Apostle Orson Pratt (1811-1881). Photo from The Undeveloped West or Five Years in the Territories by J. H. Beadle.
Undated
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A-0100: Charles Gilbert Wood
Charles Gilbert Wood. Born February 23, 1867 (Huntsville, Weber County, Utah). Married Letitia Alice Litz of Lewiston, Utah, 1898. Died December 27, 1946. Son of Joseph Wood, pioneer settler of Trenton, Cache County, Utah. Sec. and effective builder of West Cache Canal Company. Graduate of Amherst College (Class of 1897). Member Utah State Legislature. Congregationalist, Republican. Photo probably between 1910-1930. Gift of A.J. Simmonds, Trenton, 1974.
Undated
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A-0101: Terrace, Utah
Terrace, Utah railroad yards. Note arrangement on left for coaling engines.
1878
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A-0102: Home of A. J. Hill. Trenton, Utah
A.J. Hill house and farmstead located north of Trenton Town in Trenton, Utah. Original Photo Caption: "One of our ten homes to be included in the drawing. Located in the heart of the business section, surrounded by beautiful shade trees, with splendid barn, granary cellar and other outbuildings, the property is worth about $5,000." Root cellar left side of picture. From a promotional brochure of Intermountain Realty Co.
1914
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A-0103: Logan, Utah. Canals
Logan and Northern canal on hillside south of USU campus in Logan, Utah. Note board retaining wall on hill bank and log braces across canal. Bracing done to stop landslides from washing-out canal. Considerable controversy ensued between water users and college officials about whether watering of college grounds caused seepage which started slides.
1902
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A-0104: Sunday School of Clarkston, Utah
LDS Sunday School members in Clarkston, Utah. Rock Church, built 1877. Measured 36' by 56'.
1886
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A-0105: Leland Stanford
Leland Stanford. Governor of California and one of the "Big Four" who built the Central Pacific Railroad.
Undated
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A-0106: Mount Pleasant, Utah. Sheep
Rambouillet Rams at Seely Ranch in Mount Pleasant, Utah. Photo by Professor Turpino, Utah Agriculture Experiment Station. Transferred from University Archives.
1903
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A-0107: Unidentified settlement
An unidentified settlement (perhaps military).
Undated
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A-0108: Blanchard Brothers Ranch House
Remains of Blanchard Brothers Ranch house, Trenton, Utah. Ranch established about 1872. Photo by A.J. Simmonds.
1968
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A-0109: Milking Technology
A milking invention, drawing by B. P. Hansen.
Undated
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A-0110: Cache Valley Brigade
General William J. Hyde of the Cache Valley Brigade of the Nauvoo Legion and his staff at the annual brigade Muster in 1870. The General's wife is standing with an umbrella at the tent flap. To right of lady is Col. William W. Maughan, of the 2nd Regiment of Infantry, Chaplain Samuel Roskelley, General Hyde, Col. Alvin Crockett of the Calvary. Officer on left, leaning on his sword is Col. J.H. Martineau, brigade Adjt.
1870
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A-0111: Stephenson School. Lewiston, Utah
Student body of Stephenson School, (Third Ward) Lewiston, Utah. Photo 1888. Stephenson School located at 1590 West Center Street, Lewiston. Identifiable: Third row: 4th from left Letitia Alice Litz (Mrs. C.G. Wood), 11th from left Sarah E. Litz (Mrs. A.C. Simmonds), 12th from left May Allred (Mrs. Frank Wood). Gift of A.J. Simmonds.
1888
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A-0113a: Andrew Montom Simmonds
Born October 27, 1844 (Winchester, Hants, England). Married to Tosina Hayball, February 15, 1869. Died August 15, 1925 (Logan, Cache County, Utah). Photo taken in England.
1868
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A-0113b: Andrew Montom Simmonds
Andrew Montom Simmonds. Born October 27, 1844 (Winchester, Hants, England). Married to Tosina Hayball, February 15, 1869. Died August 15, 1925 (Logan, Cache County, Utah). Photo taken in Logan.
1920
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A-0114: Missing
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A-0115: Salt Lake City, Utah
A view of Salt Lake City from the North. Photo of engraving from Piercy, Journey from Liverpool to the Valley of the Great Salt Lake.
1853
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A-0116: ZCMI Sign
A sign posted over ZCMI during beginning of "Cooperate Movement". Similar signs with the "All Seeing Eye of Jehovah" marked most local Mormon Co-op stores throughout Utah Territory, Southern Idaho, and Northern Arizona.
ca. 1870-1880
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A-0117: Buildings in Smithfield, Utah
School house (left) and LDS Tabernacle (right), Smithfield, Utah.
Undated
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A-0118: Miscellaneous Illustrations
Black and white print of miscellaneous illustrations.
1850-1880
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A-0119a: Canal Construction. Logan, Utah
Logan canal construction.
1890-1910
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A-0119b: Canal Construction. Logan, Utah
Logan canal construction.
1890-1910
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A-0120a: Canal Construction. Logan, Utah
Logan canal construction.
1890-1910
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A-0120b: Canal Construction. Logan, Utah
Logan canal construction.
1890-1910
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A-0121a: Canal Construction. Logan, Utah
Logan canal construction.
1890-1910
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A-0121b: Canal Construction. Logan, Utah
Logan canal construction.
Undated
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A-0122a: Logan Canal
A walk bridge over a canal in Logan, Utah.
1900-1910
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A-0122b: View of Logan, Utah
1900-1910
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A-0123a: Canal Construction. Logan , Utah
Canal construction in Logan, Utah.
1890-1910
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A-0123b: Logan Canal
Water flowing in canal with two unidentified boys playing nearby..
1900-1910
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A-0124a: Bridge over Canal
A bridge built over a canal in Logan, Utah.
1900-1910
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A-0124b: Miscellaneous Canal Photo
Canal water near private property in Logan, Utah.
1900-1910
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A-0125a: Manila, Philippines
Chili pickers in Manila, Philippines. Caddy Collection.
1898
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A-0125b: Manila, Philippines
Tailor shop in Manila, Philippines. Caddy Collection.
1898
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A-0126a: General MacArthur's Headquarters, Manila
Unidentified men and military members standing outside the West Central Elementary School Home Economics building located in Dagupan, Philippines. The school is most famous as being the location of General MacArthur's Headquarters during World War II. Caddy Collection.
ca. 1899-1940
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A-0126b: John H. Caddy
John Henry Caddy in uniform of the 1st Montana Volunteers. Born January 3, 1873 (Ontario, Canada). Married to Ethel Hadwick, February 23, 1900 (Buttle, Montana). Died August 17, 1954 (Salt Lake City, Utah). Resident of Brigham City. Photographed by Burshnell of San Francisco and Oakland. Caddy Collection.
1898
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A-0127a: Infantry Sergeant Leach
Sergeant Leach, member of the 1st Infantry, Company F, US military in Manila. Caddy Collection.
1898-1905
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A-0127b: American Transport Ship, Manila
An American transport in Manila Bay. Caddy Collection.
1898
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A-0128a: Parade of Troops. San Francisco, California
Military troops on parade in San Francisco. Caddy Collection.
1899
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A-0128b: Lepers in the Philippines
Unidentified men and boys suffering from leprosy, Manila, Philippines. Caddy Collection.
1898
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A-0129a: Line along Manila and Dagupan Railway
Men with guns along the Manila-Dagupan Railway (completed in 1891) during the Philippine Revolution. Caddy Collection.
1898
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A-0129b: Sergeant James E. Weaver
James E. Weaver (Jim Weaver), Sergeant, Company F, 1st Montana Volunteers, in Manila. Caddy Collection.
1898
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A-0130a: U.S. Combat Outpost, Philippines
Black and white print of US military members in a field near combat outpost during Philippine Revolution. Caddy Collection.
1898
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A-0130b: San Sebastian Church. Manila, Philippines
The interior of San Sebastian Church in Manila, the church also known as "the Steel Church" is constructed of steel to be both fire and earthquake proof. Caddy Collection.
1899
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A-0131a: Malolos Church, Philippines
Malolos Church, captured after Battle of Malolos, Mar. 25, 1899. Caddy Collection.
1899
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A-0131b: Fort San Antonio, Philippines
Fort San Antonio, above Manila. Fort used by insurgents. Caddy Collection.
1899
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A-0132a: Cook Tent and Mess Crew, Philippines
An American cook-tent and mess crew. 1st Montana Volunteers. Caddy Collection.
1899
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A-0132b: 1st Montana Volunteers, Philippines
Members of the infantry, 1st Montana Volunteers. Sergeant Leach standing in back row, first on left. Photograph by Romero and Company, Manila. Caddy Collection.
1899
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A-0133a: "A Friendly Group" Philippines
Off-duty soldiers with Filipino family. Caddy Collection.
1899
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A-0133b: Water Buffalo, Philippines
Filipino boy riding a water buffalo. Caddy Collection.
1899
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A-0134a: Philippine Revolution
Deserted native homes during Philippine Revolution, Filipino graves in foreground. Caddy Collection.
1899
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A-0134b: American Soldiers
Probably a company of 1st Montana volunteers. Troops still wearing wool uniforms issued in San Francisco. Caddy Collection.
1898
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A-0135a: Manila, Philippines
Filipino villagers and soldiers standing outside a doorway, caption of photo says "off duty in Cavite", 1st Montana Volunteers. Soldiers wearing "Hong Kong" cotton uniforms. Caddy Collection.
1899
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A-0135b: Manila, Philippines
A road in Manila with banana trees on both sides. Caddy Collection.
1898
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A-0136a: San Sebastian Church, Philippines
The altar of the San Sebastian Church in Manila, Philippines. Caddy Collection.
1898
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A-0136b: Paco Cemetery, Philippines
Two Filipino boys standing on top of a pile of human bones, one boy is holding a "skull and crossbones" in his arms, the other boy is holding a key. Caddy Collection.
1898
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A-0137a: Spanish Homes, Philippines
A typical Spanish residence, Manila. Caddy Collection.
1898
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A-0137b: Water Condenser
"A water condenser", water works captured by American troops February 5, 1899. Caddy Collection.
1899
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A-0138a: Spanish Gun
Spanish 10 inch gun on the battery, used during the Philippine Revolution, Manila. Caddy Collection.
1898
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A-0138b: 1st Montana Volunteers Parade
First Montana Volunteers on Parade at The Presidio, Manila. Caddy Collection.
1899
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A-0139a: 1st Montana Volunteers
Group photo of 1st Montana Volunteers, caption on photo board says " A few of the boys off-duty." Caddy Collection.
1898
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A-0139b: 1st Montana Volunteers
1st Infantry F Company of the 1st Montana Volunteers group photo. Caddy Collection.
1898
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A-0140a: Villagers with Harp
Unidentified Filipino villagers, girl is seated, holding a full sized harp. Caddy Collection.
1899
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A-0140b: Spanish Government Building, Philippines
The interior of a government, legislature-like building. Caddy Collection.
1898
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A-0141a: House Movers
A group of Filipino villagers lifting and moving a local thatched roof home. Caddy Collection.
1898
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A-0141b: Harbor, Manila
A cart being pulled by a water buffalo at the quay of the harbor. Caddy Collection.
1898
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A-0142a: Large Thatched Home, Philippines
A large thatched house in Manila, Philippines. Caddy Collection.
1898
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A-0142b: Calcoocan, Philippines
A burned district in Caloocan after battle during the Philippine Revolution. Caddy Collection.
1899
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A-0143a: LaLoma Mill, Philippines
Unidentified Filipino people dead in trenches at LaLoma Mill, March 24, 1899, during the Philippine Revolution. U.S troops in background. Caddy Collection.
1899
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A-0143b: LaLoma Mill, Philippines
Sugar Works at LaLoma Mill, possibly Sergeant Leach in foreground. Caddy Collection.
1899
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A-0144a: Emilio Aquinaldo
Emilio Aquinaldo (1869-1964), leader of the Philippine Revolution 1896-1900. Caddy Collection.
Undated
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A-0144b: Road in Manila
View of a road in Manila. Caddy Collection.
1898
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A-0145a: American Warship, Philippines
An American warship at dry-dock during the Philippine Revolution. Caddy Collection.
1898
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A-0145b: 1st Montana Volunteers
Soldiers from Company F of the 1st Montana Volunteers off-duty. Caddy Collection.
1899
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A-0146a: Chili Pickers
Filipino village women sifting chili's in wooden containers. U.S soldiers in background. Caddy Collection.
1898
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A-0146b: Negretos
A group of indigenous negretos of the Philippine Islands. Caddy Collection.
1898
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A-0147a: Paco Church
The remains of Paco Church after the Battle of Paco, February 5, 1899. Artillery was used to dislodge fifth column insurgents. Caddy Collection.
1899
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A-0147b: Unidentified Catholic Church, Philippines
An unidentified Catholic church in Manila. Caddy Collection.
1899
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A-0148a: Filipino Family
A Local Filipino family at their thatched roof home. Caddy Collection.
1899
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A-0148b: Army Hospital, Philippines
The interior of the American Army Hospital, Manila, Philippines. Caddy Collection.
1899
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A-0149a: Santa Domingo Church, Philippines
Exterior of Santa Domingo Church, Manila, Philippines, erected in 1685. Caddy Collection.
1899
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A-0149b: Steel Church, Philippines
Exterior of the "Steel Church" in Manila, Philippines. Caddy Collection.
1899
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A-0150a: Pasig River, Philippines
A Spanish boating party on the Pasig river, Manila. Caddy Collection.
1898
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A-0150b: Pasig River
Pasig river, caption on photo reads "on the banks of the Pasig", Manila. Caddy Collection.
1898
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A-0151a: Calcoon, Philippines
The railway station at Calcoon during the Battle of Calcoon, Feb 10, 1989. Caddy Collection.
1899
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A-0151b: Manila and Dagupan Train
The Manila-Dagupan train during the Battle of Calcoon. Caddy Collection.
1899
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A-0152a: Road in Manila
Street scene in Manila, notice "Steel Church" (San Sebastian) in background. Caddy Collection.
1899
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A-0152b: 1st Montana Volunteers
Members of the 1st Montana Volunteers standing with Filipino woman and children, caption on photo says "a friendly group in Cavite". Caddy Collection.
1899
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A-0153a: Montana Volunteers
Montana Volunteers soldiers on the dock at San Francisco, arrived September 22-24, 1899, homeward bound. Caddy Collection.
1899
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A-0153b: Parade in San Francisco
A parade in San Francisco, Oct. 1899. Caddy Collection.
1899
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A-0154: Missing
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A-0155a: Manila Bay
An American transport ship in the Manila Bay during the Philippine Revolution. Caddy Collection.
1889
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A-0155b: John Henry Caddy
John Henry Caddy in uniform of 1st Montana Volunteers. Born January 3, 1873 (Ontario, Canada). Married to Ethel Hadwick, February 23, 1900 (Buttle, Montana). Died August 17, 1954 (Salt Lake City). Resident of Brigham City. Caddy Collection.
1898
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A-0156a: 1st Montana Volunteers
The outpost of the 1st Montana Volunteers, Dec. 25, 1898, during the Philippine Revolution. Caddy Collection.
1899
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A-0156b: Philippine Revolution
Shell-burst over the old battery at Manila during the Philippine Revolution of 1899-1901. Notice children standing near guns in the foreground to the right and the masts of ships in the background. Caddy Collection.
1899
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A-0157: Logan Buildings
Buildings located at the center west side of Main Street between Center Street and 100 North in Logan, Utah.
1885
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A-0158: Logan Island
Logan "Island" area, from River Heights, with Utah State University campus in the distance, after construction of steel retaining wall along 4th North widening around university campus.
1962
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A-0159: Aerial View of Logan, Utah
Aerial view of downtown Logan, Utah. Notice center left, Logan Junior High School, demolished after 1962 earthquake. Old stone Cache County Jail shows to rear and right of County Courthouse.
1955
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A-0160: Downtown Logan, Utah
East side of Main Street, Logan, Utah, between Center Street, on left of photo, and First South Street beyond right of photograph. Identifiable buildings: extreme right, house among trees and behind picket fence is home of Apostle Moses Thatcher, extreme left, "The Cash Store", J. Thatcher, Manager. Second row from left, shop of John Ash, Gunsmith. Buckboard built in front.
1885
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A-0161: Logan, Utah. Views
Views of Logan, Utah from the Agricultural College, center left, with steeple, original 5th ward chapel. Notice the "city park", Adam's Field, in the center of picture, photographed by C.R. Savage.
1896
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A-0162: Logan, Utah
A view of Logan from College Hill. Home in foreground the John T. Caine Jr. house. Photo by C.R. Savage, part of the series "Views from College."
1896
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A-0163: Logan, Utah. Street Scenes
Main Street, Logan, Utah, west side of Main Street between Center Street and 1st North, George Barber and Son Produce, Wagons and Machinery (also housed The Utah Journal) building left side of picture and LCMI on right side.
1885
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A-0164: Aerial View of Logan LDS Temple
Aerial view of Logan LDS Temple, photo dated Sept. 4, 1935. Budge Memorial Hospital to the left of Temple.
1935
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A-0165: Downtown Logan
Downtown Logan, photo probably taken from walls of uncompleted LDS Temple. Tower of the Logan LDS Tabernacle not completed until 1885. Identifiable buildings: house extreme left foreground Bishop W.B. Preston, house in foreground, that of late Apostle E. T. Benson, three story building, right center on Main Street, LCMI, Logan branch of ZCMI, tithing office and yard Northeast corner Main and 1st North, center right Logan House (Hotel). J.R. Blanchard, Manager- directly over tower of Tabernacle.
1880
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A-0166: Downtown Logan
People gathered on the corner of Main and Center Street Logan, Utah, probably for Pioneer Day Celebration, Photograph taken from yard of Trinity Methodist Church.
1902
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A-0167a: Thatcher Bank and Opera House Building
Exterior of the Thatcher Bank and Opera House building in Logan. Bank located on ground floor and the opera house located on the second and third floors. Gift of Leora Thatcher, Logan, 1974.
1900
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A-0167b: Thatcher Opera House
Interior of the opera house. Gift of Leora Thatcher, Logan, 1974.
1900
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A-0167c: Thatcher Opera House
Interior of the opera house. Gift of Leora Thatcher, Logan, 1974.
1900
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A-0168a: Grand Canyon
Edge of Grand Canyon, seen through Buckskin Mountains. Photo by S.Y. Whitaker.
1900
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A-0168b: Grand Canyon
Breaks in the Buckskin Mountains. Grand Canyon in distance. Photo by S.Y. Whitaker.
1900
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A-0169a: Rock Spires
Rock spires near "Thompson's" in Utah. Photograph by S. Y. Whitaker.
1900
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A-0169b: Rock Spires
Rock spires near "Thompson's" in Utah. Photograph by S. Y. Whitaker.
1900
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A-0169c: Rio Virgin River
Butte on the Rio Virgin River. Photographed by S. Y. Whitaker.
1900
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A-0170a: Road to Grafton, Utah
Wagon on the descending road to Grafton, Utah. Photographed by S. Y. Whitaker.
1900
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A-0170b: Buckskin Mountains
Three men and their horses in the Buckskin Mountains. Caption on photo says "Three toughs in the Buckskin Mountains." Photographed by S. Y. Whitaker.
1900
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A-0171: Steam Threshing in Lewiston, Utah
Steam-threshing operation, Lewiston, Utah, in "a" note "Header" working in center distance.
1914
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A-0172a: Sylvanus Cyrus Hulet
Sylvanus Cyrus Hulet (1826-1901), first LDS converts (with his family) in Independence , Missouri. Moved to Clay and Caldwell counties after expulsion of Mormons. Came to Utah in 1850. Settled with father Charles Hulet in Springfield, Utah. Married Catherine Stoker, April 19, 1850. Served in the Cotton Mission 1861. After death of first wife Catherine (1882), married Elsina R. Miller (1883) and then Elizabeth (Betsy) Dalley (1884). Bishop of Summit, Utah.
1885
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A-0172b: Catherine Stoker Hulet
First wife of S.C. Hulet. B. 24 July 1829 (Bloomfield, Jackson Co., Ohio) D. 8 Nov. 1882 (Summit, Iron, Utah). Called to serve with "Cotton Mission" to settle St. George, Utah. Later moved to and settled Summit, Iron County, Utah.
Undated
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A-0173: Cache Junction
Several people waiting at the Cache Junction Depot, railroad station in Cache Valley. Photo loaned for copying by Marge Ballard.
1911
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A-0174: Cache Junction Cafe
A restaurant called the Cache Junction Cafe, located near the Cache Junction Depot. Photo loaned for copying by Marge Ballard.
1914
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A-0175a: The Great Salt Lake
The Great Salt Lake, a drawing, from Stansbury "Valley of the Great Salt Lake" facing pg. 208, "Carrington's Island from Stansbury's Island. West Side."
1852
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A-0175b: The Great Salt Lake
The Great Salt Lake, a drawing, from Croffuts Overland Tourist.
1880
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A-0176: Old Elk and his Wife
Ute Indians Olk Elk and his wife, From Howard Stansbury, Exploration and Survey of the Valley of the Great Salt Lake of Utah (Philadelphia, 1852).
1852
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A-0177: Evanston, Wyoming. Chinese New Year Celebration
Chinese New Year celebration with a Chinese Dragon, Evanston, Wyoming. Notice Chinese men in background.
1880-1890
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A-0178: Red Brick School, Richmond, Utah
Red Brick School in Richmond, Utah, Old Stone School to right of brick structure. Red Brick School built 1895, at a cost of $6,000. Top floor blown off in windstorm, Sept. 18, 1896.
1895
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A-0179: Assassination of Joseph Smith
Black and white print depicting the assassination of Joseph Smith (1805-1844) by a group of men from Missouri. Engraving shows Joseph Smith falling from the window of the Carthage jail as men surround the building and are firing rifles.
1844-1860
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A-0180: Logan Brass Band
Logan Brass Band, Logan, Utah, members (left to right): front row- William Smith (Mill owner, Smith Brothers Lumber), Truman Osborne Angell (Architect for Logan Temple, Cache County Courthouse), Richard Berntson (Musician and violin maker), Hyrum Wahlstrom (musician), Al Clark (farmer). Back row: George McCulloch (Policeman), Ezra Hyde (Printer, set type for Utah Journal), Mr. Halverson, Andrew Nelson (Farmer), Hyrum Bunce (Cabinetmaker), Anthon Anderson (Lumber Dealer).
1883
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A-0181a: Providence, Utah
Providence Co-op store.
1890
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A-0181b: Providence, Utah
Providence Rock School with student body located out front.
1890
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A-0182: Ogden, Utah
Ogden, Utah facing east across Weber River and railroad yards. Photo by C.R. Savage, Salt Lake City. Central Pacific Railroad roundhouse, center right. Notice children playing by the water and to the right in the foreground.
1875
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A-0183a: Stansbury Lithographs
Fort Utah during the winter in Provo, Utah.
1849
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A-0183b: Stansbury Lithographs
Ute prisoners standing under the common platform at Fort Utah.
1849
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A-0184: Battle of Bear River Painting
Battle of Bear River painting now hanging in U.S. Post Office in Preston, Idaho. "Last Stages Of the Battle of Bear River." WPA commissioned painting by Edward Fitzgerald.
1967
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A-0185a: Battle Creek Ravine
Battle Creek Ravine above site of Battle of Bear River. Photo by A.J. Simmonds. West Cache Canal in foreground. Cedar covered hills in background, covered flanking movement by Hoyt's Infantry which resulted in Army victory at battle.
1967
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A-0185b: Battle of Bear River Memorial
DUP (Daughters of Utah Pioneers) marker on stone monument along U.S. 91 in Preston, Idaho. Commemorating Battle of Bear River. Photo by A.J. Simmonds.
1967
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A-0186: Battle of Bear River Memorial
Stone marker one-quarter mile east of site of Battle of Bear River, along U.S. 91 North of Preston, Idaho. Photo by A.J. Simmonds.
1967
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A-0187a: Weston, Idaho
Weston Co-op store. Photographer Hyrum Hansen. Photo loaned for copying by Mrs. G.H. Simmonds of Weston, Idaho.
1900
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A-0187b: Weston, Idaho
Preston Brother's Store. Photographer, Hyrum Hansen. Photo loaned for copying by Mrs. G.H. Simmonds of Weston, Idaho.
1890
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A-0188a: Fort Deseret
The adobe walls of Fort Deseret at Deseret, Utah. Fort built in 1876 for defense during Blackhawk Indian War. Detail of southeast corner embrasure. Photo by A.J. Simmonds.
1970
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A-0188b: Fort Deseret
The adobe walls of Fort Deseret at Deseret, Utah. Fort built in 1876 for defense during Blackhawk Indian War. East wall of fort, looking north, gate in center of wall. Location shown by pathway. Photo by A.J. Simmonds.
Undated
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A-0189: Freight Wagons. Idaho (?)
Freight wagons resting on the road. Double freight wagon being pulled through desert by 10-horse team. Photo from the Otto Jones collection, Library of Congress.
1900
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A-0190: Virginia City, Montana. Street Scenes
Jackson Street, Virginia City, Montana. View looking south. Photo from Montana Historical Society.
1870-1879
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A-0191: Nevada City, Montana. Fourth of July Celebration
Fourth of July celebration at Nevada (Alder gulch) Montana. Nevada City is located about three miles down Alder Gulch from Virginia City. Gift of E.B. Brossand. Photo from Montana Historical Society.
1868
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A-0192: Joseph Monson
Joseph Monson (1862-1932) of Richmond, Utah, represented North Cache County in first Utah State Legislature (Democrat). Attended Brigham Young College 1876-1879, worked as a carpenter on construction of the Logan LDS Temple, went on an LDS Mission to Norway in 1883, was elected a member of the Richmond City Council, 1892, elected to Territorial Assembly, 1893 and owned and operated a lumber company in Richmond, Utah.
1895
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A-0193a: President Theodore Roosevelt
26th President of the United States (1901-1909) Theodore Roosevelt (1858-1919), center, and Utah's 1st Governor (1996-1905) Heber M. Wells (1859-1938), right, in Salt Lake City.
1900-1905
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A-0193b: Heber Manning Wells
Heber Manning Wells (1859-1938), elected the 1st Governor of Utah after Utah became a state in 1896.
1875-1885
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A-0194: Moses Thatcher
LDS Apostle (1879-1896)and Logan businessman Moses Thatcher (1842-1909).
1860-1880
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A-0195: Steam Thresher
Steam-thresher, probably in Box Elder County, Utah.
1916
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A-0196: View North from USU Campus
Photo probably taken to show clouds and sky. Greenville (North Logan) in foreground. Hyde Park in intermediate distance.
1900
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A-0197: Baptismal Font
Alberta LDS Temple baptismal font. The temple is located in Cardston, Alberta, Canada.
1923
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A-0198: Officers and Directors of ZCMI
Officers and directors of ZCMI. Biographical sketches in Jenson's LDS Biographical Encyclopedia and Whitney's History of Utah. Names listed on photo.
1881
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A-0199a: Lion House. Salt Lake City, Utah
Exterior of the Lion House in Salt Lake City. The home was built by Brigham Young. Photo by C.R. Savage.
1899
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A-0199b: Temple Square. Salt Lake City, Utah
Temple Square, Salt Lake City, after completion of Salt Lake Temple in 1893.
1899
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A-0200: White Brick School. Trenton, Utah
Class at the White Brick School, Trenton (now Cornish), Utah. ca. 1903. From left to right: back row- Ariel Butler, Frank Bingham, Andrew Austin, Robert Austin, Ernest Butler, Lulu Simmonds, Carrie Austin, Asa Butler; middle row- Park Butler, Marion Butler, Ray Bingham, Florence Simmonds, Katie Carpenter, Prue Butler; front row- Tommy Marriott, Orval Ames, Guy Butler, Isadore Austin, George Austin, Gertrude Marriott, Miss Alice Clemens (teacher), Harold Bergeson, Gilbert Bingham, Warren Chester Simmonds. Copied from original photograph by Jay Lee Rasmussen.
1903
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A-0201: Home of A. M. Simmonds, Cornish, Utah
Farm house of Andrew Montom Simmonds. North section built about 1890, probably by Utrich Loosle. South section (left) built about 1896-98, by George or Louis Troseth. Lean-to storage building behind south section. Summer kitchen on North connected by open breeze-way. Floor plan of home drawn on photo board.
1920
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A-0202a: Andrew Charles Simmonds
Wedding photo of Andrew Charles Simmonds (1872-1947) of Trenton, Utah, married to Sarah Elizabeth Litz.
1896
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A-0202b: Sara Elizabeth Litz
Wedding photo of Sarah Elizabeth Litz (1874-1956) of Lewiston, Utah, married to Andrew Charles Simmonds.
1896
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A-0203: Home of Andrew Charles Simmonds. Cornish, Utah
Farm house of A.C. Simmonds, Cornish, Utah. Original photo taken by an itinerant photographer. House built 1900 by carpenter George Troseth for A.C. Simmonds. Summer kitchen with stovepipe, in center. Roof of root cellar at extreme right.
1915
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A-0204: Harvesting on the Great Plains
Harvesting with horse drawn combined threshers on the Great Plains. Photo caption reads, "the 7 harvesters with 50-4 horse teams hauling 5 ton loads each. The grain was taken from the standing field, loaded on barges and was on its way to the Sperry flour mills the same day."
1920
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A-0205: Harvesting on the Great Plains
Steam-driven combined threshers. Photo caption reads, "The largest harvesting scene in the United States. Seven 90-horse power tractors pulling seven combined harvesters cutting a swathe from 30 to 38 feet each. Harvesting 700 acres per day."
1928
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A-0206: Harvesting on the Great Plains
A combined bean harvester picking up beans from the windows. Farmers standing next to bean harvester.
1925
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A-0207: Bean Harvester
Bean harvester in operation.
1925
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A-0208: Abraham O. Smoot
Abraham O. Smoot (1815-1895), Mayor of Salt Lake City (1857-1866) and Provo (1868-1880), and a major financial supporter of Brigham Young Academy (now Brigham Young University). Father of Reed Smoot. Engraving by H.B. Hall and Sons, New York.
1850-1880
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A-0209a: George S. Hayball Family
George S. Hayball Family in England prior to emigration to Utah 1868 with Mumford Company via ship Emerald Isle. Left to right- Rosina Hayball (Birth- Dec. 31, 1850 (Chard, Somerset, England). Death- Feb. 17, 1923 (Logan). Married- Feb. 15, 1868 to A.M. Simmonds, George Sampson Hayball (Birth- May 30, 1830 (Chard). Married to Louisa Hancock. Death Feb. 5, 1907, Hyrum Hayball Birth- Mar. 13, 1852. Married- May 6, 1874 to Ellen Nelson. Death- June 14, 1936 (Logan), Louisa Ellen Jane Hayball Birth- July 19, 1855, Chard. Married- William Watson. Death Sept. 5, 1937 (Plain City, Weber County, Utah), Henry George Hayball (Birth- Mar. 19, 1859 (Chard). Married - Harriet Perry. Death- Jan. 4, 1939. Louisiana Hancock Hayball between Hyrum and Ellen. Additional children: Mary Ann (Died in infancy; Birth- May 1854, Chard.), Louise Elizabeth Birth- Feb. 15, 1871 (Logan). Married Frank Lawson. Death Feb. 23, 1956. Gift of A.J. Simmonds.
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A-0209b: George Sampson Hayball
George Sampson Hayball (1830-1907) settled in Logan in 1868, operated 2nd Ward Store. Photo by David Lewis of Logan, Utah. Gift of A.J. Simmonds.
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A-0209c: Louisa Hancock Hayball
Louisa Hancock Hayball Birth- Oct. 20, 1834 (Chard, Somerset, England). Death- Oct. 23, 1924 (Logan, Utah). Photo by David Lewis of Logan, Utah. Gift of A.J. Simmonds.
1899
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A-0210: Union Knitting Mills. Logan, Utah
Union Knitting Mills located on the southeast corner of Main street and 100 West in Logan, Utah.
1922
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A-0211: Logan Canyon, Utah. Road Construction
Wagons and teams on a road in Logan canyon. The type of dump wagon used in filling and grading during the early stages of road development in Logan Canyon, Utah.
1930-1940
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A-0212: Logan Canyon, Utah. Road Construction
Work crew with teams of horses and slip scrapers during construction of U.S. 91.
1930-1939
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A-0213: Logan Canyon, Utah. Road Construction
Dump truck unloading in cutting and filling of new road construction in Logan Canyon, Highway section FAP 134-E, near Beaver Mountain.
1939
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A-0214: Irrigation system with horse and buggy in the background
1910-1920
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A-0215: Trenton, Utah
A group of people in a car travelling down a road north of Trenton, Utah, looking south toward town. Identifiable structures include from left to right: A.J. Hill House, Valley View Hotel, Trenton-Clarkston Mill and Elevator Co., Union Pacific Railroad Depot, and Anderson Lumber Co. Yard.
1914
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A-0216a: Logan, Utah
Postcard print of Main Street looking north from rooftop at 26 South Main.
1928
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A-0216b: Logan, Utah
Cache Stake Tabernacle, built 1874-1885.
1960-1969
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A-0217: Trenton, Utah
Brochure of West Cache Land Company, looking south to railroad depot, grain elevators and Trenton-Clarkston Mill and Elevator Company.
1911
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A-0217b: Trenton, Utah
View of Trenton from the railroad tracks. Frank Wood Saloon and home of C. A. Brown identified.
1911
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A-0218: Cornish, Utah
Officials of Trenton Fruitland's Company standing in Alfalfa field. OSL train on railroad tracks in background. Lombardy poplars of A.C. Simmonds farmstead, upper left. Original photo caption: "Some of our Alfalfa land, showing the Butte train running north. At Trenton the farmers harvested four cuttings this year. Such a crop guarantees the best results in stock raising and dairying." From a promotional brochure of Inter-mountain Realty Company.
1914
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A-0219: Trenton Truck Garden
Mr. Aloys Miller and son Joe standing in field. Original photo caption: "A Trenton "Truck Garden". Here Mr. Miller raised 720 bushels of potatoes to the acre. From his ten acres he takes between $2,000 and $3,000 per year. His apple trees are just beginning to bear. Mr. Miller values his land at $600 per acre." From a promotional brochure of Inter-mountain Realty Company.
1914
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A-0220: Robert Austin Homestead Trenton, Utah
Farmstead of Robert Austin, looking north with Cornish foothills in background. Original photo caption: "A Trenton Wheat Field, sub- irrigated. Last year the yield was 73 bushels per acre. At seventy cents per bushel, the owner obtained $2044 from his forty acre crop." From a promotional brochure of Inter-mountain Realty Co.
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A-0221a: Apple Orchard. Trenton, Utah
Apple orchard to be sold by Trenton Fruitland’s Company. Original photo caption: "Our five-year old Apple Orchard at Trenton. From $300 to $800 per acre is taken from garden "truck" raised between the trees. Apple trees in bearing, 90 to the acre, should produce a revenue of $750 to $1,000 per acre each year." From a promotional brochure of the Inter-mountain Reality Company.
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A-0221b: Onion Field Trenton, Utah
Onion field. Apple trees in background. Man is possibly Jens J. Jensen, his home is at far right. Original photo caption: "An onion crop planted between the trees at Trenton. Such a yield will bring in between $600 and $1,000 per acre. The soil and climate are ideal for onion culture. This garden joins the Company's Orchards." From a promotional brochure of Inter-mountain Reality Company.
1914
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A-0222: Battle Creek, Idaho
Site if the 1863 Battle of Bear River. Photographer A. J. Simmonds.
1967
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A-0223: Logan, Utah. Golf and Country Club
Logan Golf and Country Club near the entrance to Logan Canyon.
1950-1960
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A-0224a: Dairy Cows in Richmond, Utah
Probably Jersey herd of John T. Caine Jr. of Richmond, Utah.
1913
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A-0224b: Dairy Cows in Richmond, Utah
Holstein-Friesian herd of J.W. Hendricks. Richmond, Utah.
1913 May
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A-0225a: Logan Canyon, Utah. Jardine Juniper
Jardine Juniper, discovered in Logan Canyon, 1923, by Maurice Lindford, a USAC student. Measurments being taken of tree (width) by Dr. Henry C. Cowles from the University of Chicago and four unidentified USAC botany class members. Tree named for USAC alumnus and former Secretary of Agriculture, William M. Jardine. Photo taken June 1, 1924.
1924 June 1
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A-0225b: Logan Canyon, Utah. Jardine Juniper
Jardine Juniper, discovered in Logan Canyon in 1923 by Maurice Lindford. Measurments being taken of tree (height) by Dr. Henry C. Cowles from the University of Chicago. Tree named for USAC alumnus and former Secretary of Agriculture, William M. Jardine. Photo taken June 1, 1924.
1924 June 1
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A-0225c: Logan Canyon, Utah. Jardine Juniper
Dr. Henry C. Cowles from the University of Chicago, standing next to the Jardine Juniper, which is included on the list of one of the oldest trees in the world (over 1500 years old).
1924 June 1
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A-0226: Logan Canyon, Utah. Jardine Juniper
Three photos of the Jardine Juniper, discovered in Logan Canyon in 1923 by Maurice Lindford, a USAC student. Measurments being taken of tree (width) by Dr. Henry C. Cowles from the University of Chicago and several unidentified USAC botany class members. Tree named for USAC alumnus and former Secretary of Agriculture, William M. Jardine. Photo taken June 1, 1924.
1924 June 1
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A-0227: Ephraim, Utah. Snow College
Lucy A. Phillips Library which opened May, 8 1968, at Snow College in Ephraim, Utah.
1968
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A-0228: Sioux Indians
Sioux Indians performing the Sun Dance. Artwork by Jules Tavernier and Paul Frenzeny.
1874
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A-0229: Holland and McDonald Hardware Store
Exterior of the Holland and McDonald hardware store in Broken Bow, Nebraska. Library of Congress photo.
1866
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A-0230: Apache Raid
An Apache raid, from a drawing by P. Frenzeny. Library of Congress photo.
1850-1880
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A-0231: Sauk-Fox Indians
Two braves with faces painted. On left: Massica, a Sauk. On right: Wakuasee, a Fox. U.S Signal Corps Photo. Painting by Karl Bodmer.
1833
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A-0232: Sutter's Fort, California
Sutter's Fort, California. U.S Signal Corps photo.
1846
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A-0233: Missing
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A-0234: Deserted Town in Kansas
A deserted town in Kansas. Caption reads "Busted! A deserted railroad town in Kansas." Drawing by artists' Frenzeny and Tavernier during their expedition of the West. Library of Congress photo.
1873
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A-0235: Indian Settlement
An Indian Settlement. U.S Signal Corps photo.
1850-1880
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A-0236: San Francisco Bay. California
Ships abandoned in the harbor by their crews during the California Gold Rush. Library of Congress Photo.
1848-1859
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A-0237: Pehriska-Ruhpa
Pehriska- Ruhpa dressed in the costume of the Dog Band of the Hidatsa people. Painting by Karl Bodmer. U.S. Signal Corps photo.
1833-1834
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A-0238a: Sioux Indians in Pine Ridge, South Dakota
Two Sioux Indians, prior to the Wounded Knee Massacre in Pine Ridge, South Dakota.
1890
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A-0238b: Sioux Indians
Large group of Sioux Indian chief's on horseback, prior to the Wounded Knee Massacre in Pine Ridge, South Dakota.
1890
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A-0239a: Sioux Indians
A council including Indians and settlers, probably at Pine Ridge Agency.
1890
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A-0239b: Sioux Indians
Caption on photo reads "The Old Bucks in Council."
1890
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A-0240a: Ration Day. Pine Ridge, South Dakota
Ration day in Pine Ridge, South Dakota.
1890
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A-0240b: Ration Day. Pine Ridge, South Dakota
Ration day in Pine Ridge, South Dakota.
1890
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A-0241a: Wounded Knee Massacre
The Seventh Calvary returning to Pine Ridge Agency from Wounded Knee.
1890 December 25
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A-0241b: Wounded Knee Massacre
Chief Spotted Elk (also referred to by the whites as "Chief Big Foot") lying dead in the snow after the massacre.
1890
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A-0241b(c2): Chief Spotted Elk
An enlarged print of A-0241b, notice onlookers in the background.
1890
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A-0242a: Wounded Knee Massacre
Snow-covered field strewn with the dead after the massacre. Soldiers in the background.
1890
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A-0242b: Wounded Knee Massacre
Calvary soldier standing in the midst of the dead after the massacre.
1890
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A-0243: St John's Episcopal Church. Logan, Utah
Procession of Utah clergy prior to the consecration of St. John's Episcopal Church in Logan, Utah. Rev. Franklin S. Spalding on left.
1909 January 15
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A-0244a: Logan, Utah. St. John's Episcopal Church
Interior of the church showing altar. Original photograph damaged by water.
1924
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A-0244b: Logan, Utah. St. John's Episcopal Church
Exterior of church. Original photograph damaged by water.
1924
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A-0245a: Wounded Knee Massacre
Soldiers standing near the dead by a cliff face after the massacre.
1890
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A-0245b: Ghost Dance at Pine Ridge Agency. South Dakota
The Ghost Dance (which was outlawed by the US government) performed by Sioux warriors prior to the Wounded Knee Massacre.
1890
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A-0246: Dog Dance of the Dakotas
A painting by Br. Gen. Seth Eastman (1808-1875) titled "Dog Dance of the Dakotas."
1853
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A-0247a: Bison Hunt
Unidentified Indians hunting bison.
Undated
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A-0247b: Strong Eagle
Strong Eagle, a member of the Spokane Indian nation, an Indian Medicine Man.
1900-1910
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A-0248a: Battle of Beecher Island
Battle of Beecher Island (1868) drawing that appeared in Harper's Monthly in 1895.
1895
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A-0248b: Fort Larned, Kansas
A sketch by Theodore R. Davis titled "Burning the Cheyenne village near Fort Larned, Kansas.
1867 April 19
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A-0249a: Pikes Peak Rush (?)
Team and wagon followed by men carrying rifles, probably Pikes Peak Rush.
1859
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A-0249b: Prairie Schooners at the Docks
The experiences of pioneers travelling along the Santa Fe Trail. Photo caption reads, "Prairie Schooner at the Docks." Published in Harper's Monthly.
1880
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A-0250a: Council at Medicine Lodge Creek
Black and white print of drawing of Kiowa and Comanche Indian Council at Medicine Lodge Creek in Kansas. Drawing by J. Howland.
1817
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A-0250b: Surrender of Crazy Horse
Crazy Horse and his band of Indians on their way from Camp Sheridan to surrender to Gen. Crook at Red Cloud Agency, May 6, 1877 in Nebraska. Drawing by Mr. Hottes.
1877 May 6
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A-0251a: A Good Night Whiff
Black and white print of a drawing depicting a man camping in the wilderness, smoking his pipe, from Ingersoll's "Knocking around the Rockies."
1883
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A-0251b: Camping
Mountain scene with camping equiptment laying around.
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A-0252a: Joseph Smith Jr.
Black and white print of Joseph Smith Jr. (1805-1844), founder and first prophet of the LDS Church, translator of the Book of Mormon, murdered in Carthage, Ill with his brother Hyrum.
1830-1844
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A-0252b: Hyrum Smith
Hyrum Smith (1800-1844), elder brother of Joseph Smith Jr., murdered in Carthage, Ill, with his brother Joseph.
1830-1844
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A-0253a: Nauvoo City Plan
City plans of Nauvoo, Illinois including the temple, baptismal font, Nauvoo Legion, and city blocks.
Undated
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A-0253b: General Joseph Smith
General Joseph Smith dressed in military uniform, with drawn sword, reviewing the Nauvoo Legion, notice the Nauvoo temple in background. See Charles Mackay, History of the Mormons.
1843
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A-0253c: General Joseph Smith
General Joseph Smith reviewing the Nauvoo Legion, notice women near Gen. Smith on horseback. Also notice temple and other buildings in background.
1843
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A-0254a: Great Western Migration
Pioneers on their way west. Photo caption begins, "During the first part of the journey, the emigrants found life rough , but fairly comfortable.." See photo for complete caption.
1843
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A-0254b: Great Western Migration
Pioneers attacked by Indians. Photo caption begins, "When there was danger of an attack by Indians, the wagons were driven in a circle or a square..." See photo for complete caption.
1843
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A-0255a: Great Western Migration
Pioneers building a log home. Photo caption begins, " Many thousands of those hardy pioneers who left Independance and crossed burning sands and freezing snows..." See photo for complete caption.
1843
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A-0255b: Great Western Migration
A bison herd near the Platte River. Photo caption begins, "Once beyond the Platte River, the caravan saw it's first herds of buffalo..." See photo for complete caption.
1843
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A-0256a: Horse Stampede
Black and white drawing of early pioneer travels. Photo caption reads, "Stampede of the trains by wild horses."
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A-0256b: Crossing the Platte River
Black and white drawing of early pioneers crossing the Platte River in Nebraska. Native American camp in foreground. Photo caption reads, "upper California crossing of the Platte River, Neb."
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A-0257a: Great Western Migration
Early pioneers preparing to leave Independence, Missouri. Photo caption begins, "On the shores of the Missouri River, the wagon trains assembled before starting the trek..." See photo for complete caption.
1843
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A-0257b: Great Western Migration
Pioneers towing wagons down a bluff to the valley below. Photo caption begins, "There were no easy grades, no road-stations..." See photo for complete caption.
1843
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A-0258a: Council at Ft. Laramie
Black and white drawing of Sioux Indians and U.S soldiers in council at Ft. Laramie.
1860-1870
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A-0258b: Council probably at Pine Ridge
Sioux Indians and U.S soldiers in council at Pine Ridge Agency, South Dakota.
1890
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A-0259a: Comanche Indians
Comanche Indians dressed in ceremonial clothing to perform a dance. Ft. Sill, Oklahoma.
Undated
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A-0259b: Market Scene
Women and infants at a market. Oraini Village, Moquiland.
Undated
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A-0260a: Indian Village Drawing
Black and white drawing of an Indian village.
Undated
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A-0260b: Indian Village
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A-0261a: Engraving by Frederic Remington
Sioux man holding the skull of a buffalo in his hands, raised overhead. Photo caption reads, "Conjuring Back the Buffalo, from a painting in possession of H.G. Young, Albany."
1892
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A-0261b: Engraving by Felix Jean Gauchard
Indian Scalping the Dead Enemy. Painting by Felix Jean Gauchard.
1867
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A-0262: Carson and the Trappers in Camp
Kit Carson and the trappers presumably in Mexico just prior to an attempted massacre by Indians. Library of Congress photo.
1829
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A-0263: Westward the Course of Empire Takes Its Way
Black and white print of painting by Emanuel Leutze (1816-1868). Original 20 x 30 mural located in the U.S Capitol. Depicts a group of pioneers and their wagon train at the continental divide looking towards the Pacific Ocean. Notice pioneers William Lewis ( seated on horse on the left) and Daniel Boone (on rock hill standing over two women), freed African-American slave in foreground and American Flag in background. Leutze was born in Germany but trained as an artist in the United States and Europe. He is known for his famous 1851 painting, "Washington Crossing the Delaware." Library of Congress Photo.
1862
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A-0264: Drawings of Native Americans
Native American on horseback. U.S Signal Corps Photo.
1850-1890
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A-0265: Drawings of Native Americans
Native Americans performing a dance. U.S Signal Corps Photo.
1850-1890
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A-0266a: San Francisco, California
Black and white print of a drawing of a bird's-eye view of San Francisco.
1875
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A-0266b: San Francisco, California
San Francisco as seen from Russian Hill. Bay in the background.
1860-1869
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A-0267: Engraving from Harper's Weekly
Black and white print of engraving titled "Washed out by the Floods- an Incident of Cabin Life in the West." Family resting on the riverbank. Library of Congress photograph.
1875
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A-0268: Deadwood, South Dakota
Main Street in Deadwood, South Dakota. Herrmann and Treber Liquor Store on left. U.S Signal Corps Photo.
1876
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A-0269: Drawings of Native Americans. San Francisco, California
Indians dancing at the mission of San Francisco. From a lithograph after a drawing by Louis Choris, made in the vicinity of San Francisco Bay. From the Smithsonian Institution National Anthropological Archives, Bureau of American Ethnology Collection.
1818
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A-0270: Currier and Ives Lithograph
"The Four Seasons of Life: Youth." Drawn by E.E. Palmer and J Cameron. Lithograph by J. M. Ives of Delaware. Love poem at bottom of print. Library of Congress Photo.
1868
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A-0271: The Great West
Black and white print of a lithograph by Gaylord Watson, depicts land known as the "Great West." Library of Congress Photo.
1881
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A-0272: Currier and Ives Lithograph
Black and white print of a lithograph titled, "A Parley-Prepared for an Emergency", depicts a meeting between trappers and Indians. Drawn by J. Cameron, lithograph by Currier and Ives. Library of Congress Photo.
1866
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A-0273: San Carlos Mission. Near Monterey, California
Watercolor by William Smyth. From the Smithsonian Institution National Anthropological Archives.
1827
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A-0274: Currier and Ives Lithograph
Sylvan Lake. Library of Congress Photo.
1868
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A-0275: Currier and Ives Lithograph
Black and white print of a lithograph titled "A Surprise." Library of Congress Photo.
1868
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A-0276: California Ranch Scene
Black and white print of a drawing depicting a California ranch. Photo caption reads, "Scene on an Old Californian Cattle Ranch in early Spring on the eve of a General Rodeo." Library of Congress Photo.
1830-1839
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A-0277: Currier and Ives Lithograph
Black and white print of a lithograph titled, "The Lake in the Woods" by Currier and Ives. Library of Congress Photo.
1850-1870
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A-0278: Currier and Ives Lithograph
Black and white print of a lithograph titled, "Taking Back Track" by Currier and Ives, drawn by J. Cameron. Library of Congress Photo.
1850-1870
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A-0279: California Ranch Scene
Ranch scene in California. Photo caption reads, "View near San Francisco, Upper California", scene depicts two cowboys roping cattle. Library of Congress Photo.
1840-1849
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A-0280: Village Scene
A group of people, possibly from Mexico, entering a building. Library of Congress Photo.
Undated
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A-0281a: Transporting Construction Materials
A train of horses pulling wood beams up a steep ridge corner.
Undated
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A-0281b: Fur Trade
Trappers transporting furs on a river boat. Photo caption reads, "Bringing furs down the North Missouri."
Undated
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A-0282a: Elk Horn River Ferry
Black and white print of an engraving by Frederick Hawkins Piercy (1830-1891) depicting an encampment in the foreground and the ferry transporting a wagon in the background.
1855
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A-0282b: Amanda Lamin Grave Marker
The grave marker of Amanda Lamin near the Platte River. Marker reads, "Amanda, consort of M. J. Lamin of Devonshire, Eng., born Feb 22, 1822, died June 23, 1850 of cholera. Husband is rumored to have walked 200 miles alone to Ft. Kearney to aquire a stone for the marker.
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A-0283: Currier and Ives Lithograph
Black and white print of a lithograph titled "American Country Life. Summer Evening" by N. Currier. Drawing by F. Palmer. Library of Congress Photo.
1855
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A-0284: Pine Ridge, South Dakota. Ghost Dance
Ogallala Soiux prior to the Wounded Knee Massacre. Photo caption reads, "The Ogallala Soiux at the Pine Ridge Agency, Dakota. Drawn by Frederic Remington from sketches taken on the spot. Library of Congress Photo.
1890
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A-0285: Mandan Chief's Hut
Interior of the Mandan Chief's Hut. Library of Congress Photo.
Undated
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A-0286: Lithograph of a Hanging
Black and white print of lithograph of an unidentified hanging. Library of Congress Photo.
Undated
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A-0287: Vigilance Court
Black and white print of lithograph titled, "Sketches in the Far West-Vigilance Court in Session." Drawn by Frenzeny and Tavernier. Library of Congress Photo.
Undated
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A-0288: San Francisco, California
Black and white print of a lithograph titled, " View of the town and harbour of San Francisco, California from the Signal Hill," by M.A.N. Hanhart. Sketches by Capt. Collinson. Library of Congress Photo.
1850
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A-0289: Drawing of a Hupa Woman
Hupa woman holding up small basket; surrounded by baskets of varying sizes. Painting by G. Hudson. From the Smithsonian Institution National Anthropological Archives.
Undated
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A-0290: Wagons and Teams
Large gathering of wagons and teams, perhaps participants of the Oklahoma Land Rush of 1889. U.S Signal Corps Photo.
1880-1889
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A-0291: Painting by Seth Eastman
Black and white print of a painting titled, "Indian Mode of Traveling" by Brig. Gen. Seth Eastman. Library of Congress Photo.
1869
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A-0292: Harper's Monthly Lithographs
Black and white print of lithographs from Harper's Monthly, depicting various methods used to get gold. Library of Congress Photo.
1860
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A-0293: Harper's Monthly Lithographs
Black and white print of lithographs from Harper's Monthly depicting the mining process to find gold. Library of Congress Photo.
1860
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A-0294: Sutter's Mill, California
U.S Signal Corps Photo.
1848
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A-0295: Gleason's Pictoral
Black and white print of a lithograph from Gleason's Pictoral titled, "A Company of Swedish Emigrants Passing Our Office, Bound to the West." Emigrants arrived in Boston from Gottenberg and are traveling along Trent Street. Library of Congress Photo.
1852
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A-0296: Emigrant Waiting Room
Black and white print of a lithograph titled, "A Character Scene in the Emigrant Waiting Room of the Union Pacific Railroad Depot at Omaha." Library of Congress Photo.
1877
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A-0297: Lone Trapper
Lone trapper on horseback in a pond while surveying his surroundings. Library of Congress Photo.
Undated
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A-0298: General Custer at Ft. Abraham Lincoln, North Dakota
Hunting and camping party at Ft. Abraham Lincoln, hosted by Gen. Custer (1839-1876). Wife Libby B. Custer at his side (in dark hat). U.S Signal Corps Photo.
1875
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A-0299: Drawing of Native Americans
Native Americans shooting a night arrow into the sky. Library of Congress Photo.
1866
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A-0300: Harper's Weekly Lithograph
Black and white print of a lithograph titled, "On the Plains-Indians Attacking Butterfield's Overland Dispatch Coach." Sketches by Theodore R. Davis. Library of Congress Photo.
1866

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A-0301: Dances and Danceballs. California
Woodcut titled "Dance House," during the Gold Rush in California. Library of Congress Photo.
1850-1859
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A-0302a: Logan, Utah. Fires
Thatcher Opera House on fire, April 17, 1912. Photo taken by Dr. O.M. Budge from in front of his office at 125 N Main Street in Logan, Utah.
1912
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A-0302b: Logan, Utah. Fires
Newspaper photo of the fire at Thatcher Opera House.
1912
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A-0303: Sugar Beet Harvesting
Boys working in sugar beet field. Photo caption reads, "boys "topping" sugar beets." Probably near Plain City, Utah.
1920-1929
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A-0304: Sugar Beets
A man posing with sugar beet processing equipment.
Undated
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A-0305: Sugar Beet Processing
Men processing sugar beets.
Undated
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A-0306: Railroad Trains. Union Pacific Railroad
Union Pacific Railroad train pulling cattle cars while passing a Hereford herd of cattle. Photo probably in Wyoming.
1950-1959
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A-0307: Sheep Grazing. Nevada
Flock of sheep grazing on Elko County Range in Nevada.
1940-1949
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A-0308: Deer. Logan Canyon, Utah
A doe hiding in the light Aspen growth in Logan Canyon.
1955
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A-0309: Logan Canyon, Utah
Color print of Logan River looking down from bluff above First Dam.
1963
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A-0310: Utah House of Representatives
The first Utah State Legislature House of Representatives group photo. Named in photo include: Jim Ferguson, T.D. Lewis, George Beard, and Dan Heiner.
1895
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A-0311: Public School Building
Newly constructed public school. Location unknown.
1902
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A-0312: Wives and Daughters of Brigham Young
A group photo of the wives and daughters of LDS Prophet Brigham Young.
Undated
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A-0313: Fillmore, Utah. Capitol Building
The old Capitol Building in Fillmore, Utah, where the capitol of the state of Deseret was to be located. Capitol was relocated to Salt Lake City.
1890-1899
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A-0314: Lewiston, Utah. W.S. Litz Family
Lewiston, Utah family of W.S. Litz (1835-1915) on his 73rd birthday, April 23, 1908. Left to right: Leticia Alice Wood Litz (1877-1968), William Sawyers Litz (1835-1915), Leonard Edward Litz (1861-1944), Sarah Elizabeth Litz Simmonds (1874-1956). Mahelia Burnett and Howard Charles Simmonds (1902-1925) in background.
1908
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A-0315: Wheat Field
Family and their farm equipment in an unidentified wheat field.
Undated
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A-0316a: Factory
Interior of a factory showing conveyor belt.
Undated
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A-0316b: Factory
Interior of a factory showing equipment.
Undated
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A-0316c: Factory
Interior of factory showing equipment.
Undated
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A-0317: Logan Canyon, Utah. Road Construction
Construction of the Wheeler and England roads using heavy equipment.
1939 August
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A-0318a: Lula Lane Keeffe Poultry Farm
Mrs. Lula Lane Keeffe feeding her White Leghorn chickens on her farm in Wellsville, Utah.
1920-1929
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A-0318b: Lula Lane Keeffe Poultry Farm
Mrs. Lula Lane Keeffe standing next to her car with a bushel of eggs from her chickens resting on the car.
1920-1929
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A-0319: Salt lake City, Utah. Tabernacle
Interior of Tabernacle, decorated with flags and paper garlands. Photo by Charles R. Savage.
1890-1899
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A-0320: Elberta Water Flume
Water flume which brought water from Goshen Canyon to the Elberta reservoir near Utah Lake. Flume constructed of redwood staves, was 6 feet wide, and was about one to one-half miles down the canyon.
1905-1910
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A-0321a: Temple Square. Salt Lake City, Utah
Tabernacle and LDS Temple on Temple Square in Salt Lake City, Utah. Photo by Sorin D. Higgins.
1950
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A-0321b: Salt Lake City, Utah. LDS Temple
LDS Temple in Salt Lake City. Notice the State Capitol building in background.
1950
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A-0321c: Temple Square. Salt Lake City, Utah
LDS Temple, Assembly Hall and Tabernacle on Temple Square. Notice State Capitol in background.
1950
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A-0322: Baby Born in Logan LDS Temple
Unidentified infant that was born in the Logan LDS Temple during the temple's dedication ceremony May 17, 1884. Photographer Christian Jacobsen of Lewiston, Utah. Photo moved to P0329 Retired Originals 1860-1965 Box 4.
1884 May 17
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A-0323: Kennecott Copper Mine
Kennecott Copper Mine in Bingham Canyon, Utah.
1961
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A-0324: Washington D.C. LDS Branch chapel
Dedicated Nov. 5, 1933. Gift of Edgar B. Brossard.
1933
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A-0325: Salt Lake City, Utah. Salt Palace
Entrance on the exterior of the Salt Palace building in Salt Lake City, Utah.
1972
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A-0326a: Methodist Church in Corinne, Utah
Methodist Church in Corinne, Utah. The oldest non-mormon church in the state of Utah. Listed on the Utah State Register of Historical Sites. Photo by Joseph A. Geddes.
1949
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A-0326b: Methodist Church in Corinne, Utah
Methodist Church in Corinne, Utah. The oldest non-mormon church in the state of Utah. Listed on the Utah State Register of Historic Sites. Photo by A.J. Simmonds.
1967
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A-0327: Drawing of the LDS Church Office Building
An architect's drawing of the new Church Office Building in Salt Lake City, from the office of George Cannon Young A.I.A associate and Richard W. Young A.I.A, architect's for the building. Gift of E.B. Brossard.
1963
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A-0328: Drawing of Salt Palace. Salt Lake City, Utah
Black and white print of architect's drawing of the Salt Palace in Salt Lake City, Utah. Gift of E.B. Brossard.
1963
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A-0329: Constitutional Convention Delegates and Officers
The officers and delegates to the Utah State Constitutional Convention with John Henry Smith as President. Photographer J. W. Shipler of Salt Lake City, Utah.
1895
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A-0330: Salt Lake City, Utah. Public Buildings
Council House, first permanent public building in Salt Lake City. Built in 1849-1850, destroyed by fire June 21, 1883.
1850-1859
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A-0331: Utah Capitol Building. Salt Lake City, Utah
1972
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A-0332: Logan Flour Mills
Logan Flour Mills, one of the oldest mills in the state. Run by water power. Home of Utah Star and White Rose flour.
1940 August
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A-0333: Missing
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A-0334: Brigham Young College. Logan, Utah
East building of Brigham Young College, built 1882-1884. Photo probably shows graduating missionary class of late 1880's. Architect Joseph Don Carlos Young.
1880-1889
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A-0335: Logan, Utah. Stores
Shamhart-Christiansen Company store front, 29 S. Main Street in Logan, Utah.
1920
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A-0336: Logan Canyon, Utah
Looking downstream to Logan Island from the State Power Plant to where the site of the new dam will be built.
1920-1929
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A-0337: Logan Canyon, Utah
Utah Power and Light transformer station at the mouth of Logan Canyon.
1920-1929
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A-0338: Logan River. First Dam
Utah Power Plant, built in 1913 at a cost of $100,000.
1920-1929
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A-0339: Logan Canyon, Utah
Utah Power Plant and First Dam on the Logan River. Photo taken from downstream bluff.
1920-1929
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A-0340a: Utah Power and Light Hydro Station
Utah Power and Light Hydroelectric plant at the mouth of Logan Canyon.
Undated
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A-0340b: Second Dam in Logan Canyon
Second Dam in Logan Canyon. Notice canal running parallel to river on left.
Undated
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A-0341: Logan Canyon, Utah. First Dam
Spillway of First Dam at the Utah Power Plant in Logan Canyon.
1920-1929
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A-0342: First Dam in Logan Canyon
Logan River with view of First Dam and Utah Power Plant in background.
1920-1929
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A-0343: Logan River. Logan Canyon, Utah
Logan River downstream of First Dam, at the mouth of Logan Canyon. Utah State Agricultural College on hill in background.
1920-1929
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A-0344: Lynching Victim Robert Marshall
Robert Marshall, a lynching victim of the Ku Klux Klan, hanging from a cottonwood tree near Price, Utah. Lynching occurred on June 18, 1925.
1925 June 18
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A-0345: Utah Power and Light Plant. Logan Canyon, Utah
Logan Canyon with the Utah Power and Light hydroelectric plant in background, a quarter of a mile from the entrance to the canyon.
1920-1929
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A-0346: First Dam. Logan River, Utah
State power plant at First Dam. View from down river.
1920-1929
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A-0347: Logan River Pipeline. Logan Canyon, Utah
Pipeline carrying water from the Logan River at Second Dam to the hydroplant at the mouth of the canyon.
1920-1929
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A-0348: Powerlines in Logan Canyon, Utah
Powerlines on the north hill in the canyon.
1920-1929
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A-0349a: Celebrations and Holidays. Logan, Utah
Semi-Centennial parade entry, oxen-drawn wagon and sheep-drawn cart, May 6,1909.
1909
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A-0349b: Celebrations and Holidays. Logan, Utah
Semi-Centennial, Shoshone family from Washakie.
1909
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A-0349c: Celebrations and Holidays. Logan, Utah
Semi-Centennial, Shoshone Indians from Washakie camped out on Tabernacle Square.
1909
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A-0350: Polygamist Prisoners
Polygamist prisoners at Utah Territorial Penitentiary in Sugar House, Utah. George Q. Cannon (center with flowers), Joseph S. Murdock (to his left), and Alonzo Kimball (lower step in black).
1880-1889
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A-0351: Hercules Power Plant. Logan, Utah
Hercules Power Company plant at the mouth of Logan Canyon, built 1894-1895. Sold to Logan Power Co. 1902, then to Telluride 1903. Absorbed by Utah Power and Light, Nov. 22, 1912. Ceased operation 1971, sold to Logan City 1973 for public park.
1896
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A-0352: Cattle
A herd of cattle in a field.
Undated
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A-0353: Utah Penitentiary. Sugar House, Salt Lake City, Utah.
The exterior of the Utah Penitentiary in Sugar House area of Salt Lake City, Utah.
1878
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A-0354: ZCMI during Statehood Celebration
ZCMI building in Salt Lake City donned with national colors for Statehood Celebration, January 6, 1896.
1896
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A-0355: Dinwoodey Furniture Company
Dinwoodey Furniture Co. decorated for the Statehood Celebration, January 6, 1896.
1896
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A-0356: Fort Douglas Troops
Troops from Fort Douglas who marched north on Main Street, turned west on South Temple to the temple gates, then disbanded at Statehood Celebration, January 6, 1896.
1896
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A-0357a: Working Models of Farm Equipment
Precision working models of the oldest steam engine and thresher in Utah. Models built by L. K. Wood of Mendon, Utah.
Undated
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A-0357b: Farm Equipment
Men standing near farm equipment.
Undated
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A-0358a: John M. Bernhisel
Dr. John M. Bernhisel (1799-1881), Utah's first delegate to the U.S. Congress (1851-1859, and 1861-1863). Gift from the Herald Journal.
Undated
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A-0358b: Clarence Emir Allen
Clarence Emir Allen (1852-1932), U.S. Representative from Utah (1896-1897).
Undated
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A-0359a: Senator Arthur Brown
Arthur Brown (1843-1906), who served as a U.S. Senator from Utah (1896-1897). Gift from the Herald Journal.
Undated
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A-0359b: Frank Jenne Cannon
Frank Jenne Cannon (1859-1933), U.S. Representative (1895-1896) and Senator (1896-1899) from Utah. Gift from the Herald Journal.
Undated
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A-0360a: Brigham Young College in Logan, Utah
The Brigham Young College in Logan, Utah.
Undated
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A-0360b: Mammoth flag in Salt Lake Tabernacle
Large flag on the ceiling of the Tabernacle in Salt Lake City for the Statehood Celebration, January 6, 1909.
1896
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A-0361a: Unidentified Homestead
Farmhouse and outbuildings, crops planted in adjacent field.
Undated
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A-0361b: Unidentified Barn
A barn, water tower, and windmill.
Undated
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A-0362a: Unidentified Brickyard
Interior of a brickyard.
Undated
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A-0362b: Unidentified Brickyard
Interior of a brickyard.
Undated
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A-0362c: Unidentified Brickyard
Interior of a brickyard.
Undated
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A-0363: Trenton, Utah
View of town from the east looking over an apple orchard with sugar beets planted between the rows. Original photo caption: "A birds-eye view of Trenton looking Northwest. The $15,000 School Building, Meeting house, and a few Residences are shown. A recent visitor to the town, after gazing in wonderment for some time, exclaimed, "This is the garden spot of Utah." From a promotional brochure of Inter-mountain Realty Company.
1914
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A-0364: Logan, Utah. Views
Looking east over the Logan Island from a bluff above intersection of 4th East, Canyon Rd, and 1st North.
1918
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A-0365: Students
Students outside the Science Building.
Undated
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A-0366: Aerial View of Logan, Utah
Identifiable buildings include Logan LDS Temple, Budge Memorial Hospital (center-right).
1935 September 4
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A-0367a: Unidentified Farm. Views
Farm views.
Undated
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A-0367b: Unidentified Farm. Views
Farm views.
Undated
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A-0367c: Unidentified Farm Views
Farm views.
Undated
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A-0368a: Wellsville Mountains
Wellsville mountains from College Hill. Temple and city of Logan in foreground.
1905
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A-0368b: Downtown Logan, Utah
People gathered on the corner of Main and Center Street Logan, Utah, probably for Pioneer Day Celebration. Photograph taken from yard of Trinity Methodist Church.
1902
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A-0369a: Unidentified Scenery
A field and a hill.
Undated
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A-0369b: Unidentified Scenery
A field east of the Wellsville Mountains.
Undated
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A-0370a: Bear River. Utah
The Bear River.
Undated
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A-0370b: Petersboro Lane
Petersboro Lane looking west in Petersboro, Utah.
1950-1959
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A-0371: Unidentified Buildings
A log home and outbuilding.
Undated
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A-0372: Missing
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A-0373: Smithfield Dairy Calf Club
Members of the Smithfield 4H Dairy Calf Club.
Undated
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A-0374a: Old Mill in Millville, Utah
Ruins of the "old mill" built by Esias Edwards and LeRoy Kent in 1859, first permanent building in Cache Valley, burned in August 1921 and demolished in 1960.
1921-1960
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A-0374b: District School. Millville, Utah
District school, originally built as a chapel for a Presbyterian Church in 1882. Leased for public school in 1909 after church and mission school closed.
1911
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A-0375a: Presbyterian Church. Logan, Utah
Exterior of a Presbyterian Church in Logan (1880-1924).
Undated
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A-0375b: Methodist-Episcopal Church. Logan, Utah
Exterior of the Methodist-Episcopal Church in Logan, Utah (1890-1922).
Undated
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A-0376a: New Jersey Academy. Logan, Utah
New Jersey Academy in Logan, Utah (1878-1934).
1903
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A-0376b: Goodwin-Howell House. Logan, Utah
Goodwin-Howell House built in 1891 for Charles I. Goodwin. Home is listed on the Utah Register of Historical Sites.
1903
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A-0377a: William Sawyers Litz Home
William Sawyers Litz home in Lewiston, Utah. Mr. Litz and second wife, Mary Burnett Litz, standing on balcony House built 1891. Mrs. Mahalia Burnett, Mrs. Litz's mother, seated on porch at right. House listed in Century Register of Historic Homes, 1972. Photographer Christian Jacobsen. Gift of A.J. Simmonds.
1910
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A-0377b: Lava Hot Springs
William Sawyers Litz and Mary Burnett Litz camping at the Lava Hot Springs in Idaho. Mr Litz regularly camped at the springs and bathed in the mineral pools.
1910
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A-0378: Goodwin Family
William Deacon Goodwin and wife Christina Thompson Goodwin posing for a portrait. William Deacon Goodwin was the son of U.S. Commissioner C.C. Goodwin. Mrs. Goodwin, former teacher at Trenton New West School. Gift of A.J. Simmonds.
Undated
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A-0379a: Joseph Wood Home
Joseph Wood and second wife Lucy Fifield (of Weston, Idaho) before their home in Trenton, Utah. Gift of Mr. J.J. Briggs of Logan, Utah in 1974.
1915
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A-0379b: Joseph Wood and Sons
Joseph Wood (seated) and sons, left to right: Joseph Clarence, Charles Gilbert and Frank Brown.
1915
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A-0380a: Phoebe Nebeker Peterson
Portrait of Phoebe Nebeker Peterson, wife of E. G. Peterson.
1915-1930
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A-0380b: Phoebe Nebeker Peterson
Portrait of Phoebe Nebeker Peterson, wife of E. G. Peterson.
1910-1920
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A-0380c: Phoebe Nebeker Peterson.
Portrait of Phoebe Nebeker Peterson, wife of E. G. Peterson.
1920-1930
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A-0381: First Street, Cokeville, Wyoming
View of the First Street in Cokeville, Wyoming. Donated by J. J. Briggs of Logan, Utah in 1974.
1916
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A-0382a: Riley Allred and Alice Wood Allred
Wedding portrait of Riley Allred and his wife Alice Wood Allred photographed by Thomas Odell. Donated by J.J. Briggs of Logan, Utah in 1974.
1901
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A-0382b: Frank Wood and May Allred Wood
Wedding portrait of Frank Wood and his wife May Allred Wood. Photographed by Thomas Odell. Donated by J.J. Briggs of Logan, Utah in 1974.
1896
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A-0383: Cache Valley Mills
Cache Valley Mills in Richmond, Utah. Constructed and originally operated by Goudy Hogan and M. W. Merrill. The mill sold flour under the brand name "Gilt Edge." Also known as Muddy Mill on Cub River between Richmond and Lewiston.
1903
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A-0384a: Noble Warrum, Sr.
Portrait of Noble Warrum, Sr. (September 29, 1864-November 2, 1951) who was a newspaper editor and legislator. Photo donated by Harold Journal.
1921
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A-0384b: Nettie Wood Simpson
Portrait of Nettie Wood Simpson, born to Joseph and Ellen Slater Wood on August 16, 1872 in Austin, Nevada and died September 7, 1956 in Lewiston, Utah. Donated by J.J. Briggs of Logan, Utah in 1974.
Undated
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A-0385a: West Port Landing, Missouri
Print of the West Port Landing in Missouri.
1841
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A-0385b: Father Piere De Smet
Portrait of Father Piere De Smet (1801-1873)
Undated
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A-0386a: Sutter's Fort, California
Black and white print of ranchers in front of Sutter's Fort in California.
1848
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A-0386b: Lansford Warren Hastings
Lansford Warren Hastings who "guided the first emigrant train across Great Salt Desert in 1846."
Undated
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A-0387a: William Hyde
William Hyde (September 11, 1818-1874), the first setter of Hyde Park, Utah and who served as Probate Judge of Cache Valley from 1865-1874.
Undated
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A-0387b: E. T. Benson
Portrait of E. T. Benson (February 11, 1811-September 3, 1869) who was ordained as a LDS Apostle on July 16, 1846.
Undated
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A-0388a: Fort Bridger
Black and white print of Fort Bridger from Stansbury.
1849
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A-0388b: Thomas Fitzpatrick
Thomas Fitzpatrick leading Father De Smet and Bartleson-Bidwell party across the plains.
1841
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A-0389: Logan LDS Temple
The Logan LDS Temple just prior to the dedication of the building. Similar to A-3611.
1884
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A-0390: Nauvoo Legion Unit
A Nauvoo Legion Unit with firearms probably located in Utah County.
1870
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A-0391: Logan, Utah
A view from the top of Benson School, located at the Southeast corner of 4th North 1st East in Logan, Utah.
1902
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A-0392a: Fort Vancouver, Washington Territory
Black and white print of Fort Vancouver and surrounding activity in Washington Territory.
1858
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A-0392b: Yuma, Arizona
Black and white photo of the town of Yuma, from Fort, Arizona.
1885
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A-0393a: Cardon Jewelry Company
Three men in front of the Cardon Jewelry Company shop on 45 North Main Street in Logan, Utah. Donated by R. Philip Cardon.
1915
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A-0393b: Logan Main Street
View of the west side of Main Street on corner of Center Street and Main in Logan, Utah. Donated by R. Philip Cardon.
1915
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A-0394: Wheat Harvest
Three men using a header to harvest a field of wheat located near Clarkston, Utah.
1902
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A-0395: Overland Hotel
Overland Hotel in Boise, Idaho. Acquired from "Illustrated History of Idaho Territory."
1884
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A-0396a: Joseph Coburn, Emma Jensen Coburn and Earl A. Jensen
Portrait of Joseph Coburn (1852-1917), his wife Emma Jensen Coburn and his son Earl A. Jensen. The photo was taken in Malad City, Idaho while Coburn served as sheriff of Oneida County.
1898
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A-0396b: Joseph Coburn Home
Joseph Coburn's home in Weston, Idaho. See book "History of Weston, Idaho" by Lars Fredrickson, Logan, Utah, 1970.
1971
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A-0397: Rosina Hayball Simmonds
Black and white copied photo of Rosina Hayball Simmonds (December 31, 1850-February 17, 1923), the daughter of G. S. Hayball and the wife of A. M. Simmonds. The original photo was taken in 1867 in Chard, Somerset, England. See also photos A-0113, A-0202, A-0203.
1915
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A-0398a: Trenton-Clarkston Mill and Electric Company
Trenton-Clarkston Mill and Electric Company in Trenton, Utah. Donated by William R. Jensen.
1914
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A-0398b: Cornish LDS Ward Church House
LDS Ward Church House in Cornish, Utah. Originally constructed in 1917 as a hotel for workers at West Cache Sugar Company Factory. Donated by Herald Journal.
1956
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A-0399: Street Scenes in Logan, Utah
On Center Street, East from Main Street in Logan, Utah. Donated from Logan City Corporation.
1918
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A-0400: Street Scenes in Logan, Utah
Center Street, view from West of First West with the Logan Presbyterian Church on the left and New Jersey Academy on the right of the street.
1918
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A-0401a: Street Scenes in Logan, Utah
View of Main Street from 1st North to Center Street.
1921
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A-0401b: Street Scenes in Logan, Utah
View of Main Street from 1st South Street.
1921
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A-0402: Street Scenes in Logan, Utah
View of Main Street from 1st South Street.
1918
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A-0403: Street Scenes in Logan, Utah
Three different views of South Main Street and Logan River bridge in Logan, Utah.
1930
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A-0404: Rodeo Parade
Rodeo parade on Main Street in Logan, Utah. Photo shows west side of Main Street (between Main Street, left , and 1st North, right).
1934 July 24
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A-0405a-b: Panorama of Logan, Utah
Two panoramic views from the tower of the Logan LDS Temple.
1938
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A-0406a-b: Panorama of Main Street
A panoramic view of Main street from 1st North to 1st South in Logan, Utah.
1920
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A-0407a: Robert Crookston
Portrait of Robert Crookston, born September 21, 1821 in Anstruther, Fifeshire, Scotland. Crookston immigrated to Cache Valley and served as a stonemason.
1860-1869
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A-0407b: Nicholas Welch Crookston
Portrait of Nicholas Welch Crookston (1857-1932) who served as Sheriff of Cache County 1881-1909. Two copies available.
Undated
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A-0408a: John Milton Bernhisel
Portrait of John Milton Bernhisel. Born to John Milton Bernhisel and Julia Ann Haight on December 21, 1846 in Winter Quarters, Iowa.
Undated
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A-0408b: Peter Morgan Maughan
Portrait of Peter Morgan Maughan born October 18, 1858 to William Harrison Maughan and Barbara Morgan in E.T. City, Utah.
Undated
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A-0409: Temple Lot in Independence, Missouri
View of the Temple Lot, RLDS stone church, and the Church of Christ in Independence, Missouri.
1910
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A-0410: Missing
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A-0411: St. Elizabeth's Episcopal Church
St. Elizabeth's Episcopal Church in Whiterocks, Utah. photo by Linda Thatcher.
1972
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A-0412a-d: Holy Spirit Episcopal Church
Various views of the Holy Spirit Episcopal Church in Randlett, Utah. Photo by Linda Thatcher.
1972
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A-0413: LDS Richmond Tabernacle
LDS Tabernacle constructed in Benson Stake area (now Richmond, Utah Stake). The Tabernacle was demolished after 1962 earthquake.
1903 December 24
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A-0414a: Public Buildings in Logan, Utah
Cache County Courthouse. Donated by Herald Journal.
1950-1959
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A-0414b: Public Buildings in Logan, Utah
County Jail, reconstructed in mid-1960s. Donated by Herald Journal.
1950-1959
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A-0414c: Public Buildings in Logan, Utah
Oldham Memorial. Headquarters of Logan City Police, demolished in 1974. Donated by Herald Journal.
1950-1959
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A-0414d: Public Buildings in Logan, Utah
Logan Fire Station, replaced in 1974. Donated by Herald Journal.
1950s
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A-0415a: Washing Potatoes
Woman washing potatoes outside.
Undated
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A-0415b: Travel Wagon
Two men in wagon traveling through open terrain.
Undated
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A-0416a: Religious Building
Unidentified religious building.
Undated
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A-0416b: Logan Temple
Color print of a Birds-eye view of "Logan Temple and surroundings" in Logan, Utah.
Undated
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A-0417a-b: Street Scenes in Logan, Utah
Main Street with cars parked on street in Logan, Utah.
1919
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A-0418: Temple Lot in Independence, Missouri
An unidentified person seated on rocks at the Temple Lot in Independence, Missouri.
1910
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A-0419: High School in Brigham City, Utah
A newly constructed high school in Brigham City, Utah.
1907
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A-0420: Provo Tabernacle
Exterior of the tabernacle in Provo, Utah.
1920-1929
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A-0421: Celebrations and Holidays in Logan, Utah
Agricultural College Cadets engaged in military drills on Main Street. Photo mostly shows a large crowd gathered to watch the cadets and celebrate the Semi-Centennial holiday.
1909 May 6
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A-0422: Celebrations and Holidays in Logan, Utah
People gathered around several pitched teppes where Shoshone Indians from Washakie camped at Tabernacle Square in Logan, Utah.
1909 May 8
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A-0423: Calvin Rampton
Portrait of Calvin Rampton (born in 1913) who served as Governor of Utah in 1964. Portrait artist, Alvin Gittin.
1964
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A-0424a: Maude Adams
Portrait of Maude Adams (1872-1953).
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A-0424b-c: Maude Adams
Maude Adams posed as Peter Pan.
1900-1910
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A-0425: US Steel Plant
Aerial view of the Geneva Steel Plant (purchased from the Government by US Steel and changed name in 1946) near Provo, Utah.
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A-0426: US Steel Plant
Open hearth furnaces inside the US Steel Plant in Geneva, Utah.
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A-0427: US Steel Plant
Molds are stripped from incandesant steel. When the steel has solidified, but is still incandesant, the molds are stripped and the ingols transferred to the soaking pits to be heated again to white-hot temperatures. Ingots must be of uniform temperature throughout before they are rolled.
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A-0428: US Steel Plant
Men working with coils of hot-rolled steel travelling down a conveyor belt in the plated and coil rolling mill inside US Steel Plant in Geneva, Utah.
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A-0429a-b: Jardine Juniper
The Jardine Juniper in Logan Canyon discovered by Maurice Linford in 1923.
1924 August 12
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A-0430: Round-up Crew in Chico Basin
Black and white copy of the first ranch round-up crew in the state of Colorado. Probably oldest round-up picture in state. Original in Pioneer Museum, Colorado Springs. Note the flat topped Civil War period hats, though most riders used big sombreros. Most riders with whiskers or mustaches. High boots sleeves rolled down, shirts buttoned, no gloves. Some men identified on photo. From WPA History of Grazing, Colorado.
1877 June 2
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A-0431a: Heiser Saddlery Company. Denver, Colorado
Modern basic saddle. Retails at $64. Heavy rawhide cover, 14 inch swell fork with rope strap, steel horn leather covered, 13 inch seat, skirts linked with bark-tanned sheep skin, double righ, weight 35 lbs. From WPA History of Grazing, Colorado.
1938
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A-0431b: Heiser Saddlery Company. Denver, Colorado
This saddle sells for $700 retail. Built on a special tree (double rig), rounded skirts, sterling silver horn, solid silver trimmings, full flower hand stamped. From WPA History of Grazing, Colorado.
1938
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A-0432a: Ranch Round-up at Chico Creek
Note deeply cut cowtrails, at this point one quarter mile wide. Taken in 1907. Original photo by A. H. Holmes. From WPA History of Grazing, Colorado.
1907
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A-0432b: Heiser Saddlery Company. Denver, Colorado
A basic saddle made by Heiser Saddlery Company in Denver, Colorado. Plain leather, with leather covered horn, leather conchos, double rig and square skirts. From WPA History of Grazing, Colorado.
1888
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A-0433a: Diamond Trail
Horses and "fence rower" in the process of training the horse named Buzzard Head at Nuckolls Camp on Pino Mesa, Colorado. Original photo taken by A. H. Holmes. From WPA History of Grazing, Colorado.
1903
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A-0433b: John Bandy and Mess Wagon
John Bandy (cook for "Diamond Trail" outfit) on his Mess Wagon starting for the fall round-up. Original photo taken by A. H. Holmes. From WPA History of Grazing, Colorado.
1900
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A-0434: Nuckolls Cavy Camp
Men catching horses at Nuckolls Cavy in Pinion Mesa. Original photo taken by A.H. Holmes. From WPA History of Grazing, Colorado.
1888
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A-0435: Diamond Trail Round-up
Men from the Diamond Trail "rounding-up" horses. Original photo taken by A. H. Holmes. From WPA History of Grazing, Colorado.
1888
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A-0436: Diamond Trail Round-up Crew
Several men on horses ready for a Diamond Trail Round-up. Original photo taken by A. H. Holmes. From WPA History of Grazing, Colorado.
1888 September 13
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A-0437: Cowboys
Fourteen unidentified "cowboys" lined up on their horses. Photographer Paul M. Koons. Original photo at Pioneer Museum in Colorado Springs. From WPA History of Grazing, Colorado.
1912 July
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A-0438a: Revolver
A revolver from the Colt Patent Firearms Company. From WPA History of Grazing, Colorado.
1860-1870
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A-0438b: Colt Frontier Revolver
Colt 45 single action "Frontier" revolver from Colt Patent Firearms Company, the cowboy's favorite weapon from 1880-1940. From WPA History of Grazing, Colorado.
1940 November
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A-0439a : Colorado Horse
A saddle bred sire and broncho mother raised as a cowhorse and owned by L. W. Wood from Galbraith, Colorado Springs. From WPA History of Grazing, Colorado.
1935
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A-0439b: Arab Horse
"Khonsar", a pure blood Arab horse on Tannembaum Ranch owned by Joseph Hawk in Galbraith, Colorado Springs. Photographer, Paul M. Koons. From WPA History of Grazing, Colorado.
1935
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A-0440a: Mustang Horse
US Remount Service thorobred sire, Mustang horse owned by W. H. Niel in Galbraith, Colorado Springs. From WPA History of Grazing, Colorado.
1935
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A-0440b: Mixed Blood Horse
A mixed blood, steeldust sire horse owned by L. D. Wood from Galbraith, Colorado Springs. Photographer, Stewart Brothers, Commercial. From WPA History of Grazing, Colorado.
1935
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A-0441: Tannebaum Ranch Branding Shoot
A crew branding cattle on a modern branding shoot on the Tannebaum Ranch owned by Joseph Hook. Branding irons on fire in right foreground. Photo by Paul M. Koons. From WPA History of Grazing, Colorado.
1940
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A-0442: Mount of the Holy Cross, Holy Cross National Monument
The Mount of the Holy Cross, a feature within the Holy Cross National Forest in Colorado. Photo by F.E. Colburn. Courtesy of U.S. Forest Service. From WPA History of Grazing, Colorado.
1919
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A-0443a: Horses
A group of "Wilks yearlings" in stake fence in Galbraith, Colorado Springs. Photo by A.H. Holmes. From WPA History of Grazing, Colorado.
1907
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A-0443b: Horses
A group of "steeldust" colts. William Holmes in foreground. Founded HOP Ranch, 1874, in Galbraith, Colorado Springs. From WPA History of Grazing, Colorado.
1886
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A-0444: Cowboys of Cheeseman Ranch
Cowboys on horses from Cheeseman Ranch ready for the fall round-up in East Central Colorado. Original photo by A. H. Holmes. From WPA History of Grazing, Colorado.
1902
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A-0445a: Texas Cattle Trail Marker
A boulder that "marks the Northern Terminus of the Texas Cattle Trail" where cattle herds traveled over the years 1871-1887. Photo courtesy of Abilene Chamber of Commerce. From WPA History of Grazing, Kansas.
Undated
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A-0445b: Wild Bill Hickok
Black and white photo of painting by C.G. Malm of Wild Bill Hickock, the "first Peace Officer" in Albilene in 1870. From WPA History of Grazing, Kansas.
Undated
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A-0446: Herd on Prairie
A herd of cattle on the Millet Ranch near Ellsworth, Kansas. From WPA History of Grazing, Kansas.
1881
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A-0447: Round-up at SITKA
A round up crew on horses and in wagons alongside a railroad track. Photo credit, Clark Company Historical Society. From WPA History of Grazing, Kansas.
1897
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A-0448: Ravenscraft Ranches
Black and white collage of photos depicting men in front of brick homes on Ravenscraft ranches in Clark County, Kansas. From WPA History of Grazing, Kansas.
1925
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A-0449: Trail herds swimming a river
Black and white print of an illustration of cattle herds swimming across a river. Illustration from Kansas State Historical Society. From WPA History of Grazing, Kansas.
Undated
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A-0450: Long Branch Salon. Dodge City, kansas
Cowboys and bar tenders in the Long Branch Salon. Photo credit to Kansas State Historical Society. From WPA History of Grazing, Kansas.
1881
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A-0451a: Major Andrew Drumm
Portrait of Major Andrew Drumm, the proprietor of the famous "U" Ranch in Kansas. Photo credit to Missouri Valley Historical Society. From WPA History of Grazing, Kansas.
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A-0451b: E. M. Hewins
Portrait of E. M. Hewins, a prominent rancher over the Cherokee Strip in Kansas. From WPA History of Grazing, Kansas.
Undated
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A-0452: Mexican Bullfighters
Mexican bullfighters in Dodge City, Kansas. Photo credit to Kansas State Historical Society. From WPA History of Grazing, Kansas.
1880-1890
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A-0453: Round up at SITKA
Large group of cowboys at the general round up at SITKA. Photo credit to Clark Co. Historical Society. From WPA History of Grazing, Kansas.
1897
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A-0454: Drifting Before the Storm
Black and white print of the painting "Drifting Before the Storm" by Fredric Remington which depicts two men leading cattle through an uncomfortable storm. From WPA History of Grazing, Kansas.
Undated
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A-0455: Dodge City, Kansas
A town advertising fire arms and "prickly ash bitters" in Dodge City, Kansas. Photo credit to Kansas State Historical Society. From WPA History of Grazing, Kansas.
1880-1889
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A-0456: Drake Cattle Company
A ranch home with cattle from the Drake Cattle Company fed and watered in front of home. Photo credit to Clark Co. Historical Society. From WPA History of Grazing, Kansas.
1890
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A-0457: Texas Cattle in Dodge City
Black and white print of a drawing by Edward Rapier depicting a herd of cattle and three men driving in Dodge City. Photo credit to Kansas State Historical Society. From WPA History of Grazing, Kansas.
1878
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A-0458: Dodge City Cowboy Band
The Dodge City Cowboy Band. Photo credit to Kansas State Historical Society. From WPA History of Grazing, Kansas.
1890
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A-0459: Trailing Texas Cattle
Black and white print of the illustration by Fredric Remington depicting a cowboy leading a line of cattle along a trail. Photo credit to Kansas State Historical Society. From WPA History of Grazing, Kansas.
1904 November 12
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A-0460: Cowboys
Several cowboys (some wearing sheepskin chaps) lined up in an arena in Nebraska. From WPA History of Grazing, Nebraska.
1885
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A-0461: Cowboys
Five grown men and one small boy on horses in an open field. From WPA History of Grazing, Nebraska.
1885
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A-0462: Cowboys
Black and white photo of a single rider in front of grazing cattle in Western Nebraska. From WPA History of Grazing, Nebraska.
1885
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A-0463: Cowhand Preparing Supper
A bachelor cowhand preparing supper in Nebraska. From WPA History of Grazing, Nebraska.
1886
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A-0464: Emigrants to Custer County
A family with their wagons, horses, and a few cattle along the emigration trail to Custer County, Nebraska. From WPA History of Grazing, Nebraska.
1885
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A-0465: Cowboy Camp
A cowboy camp in Cherry County, Nebraska. From WPA History of Grazing, Nebraska.
1900
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A-0466: Lee Bros. Ranch
Three men on horses in a field of cattle on the Lee Brothers Ranch in Brownlee, Cherry County, Nebraska. From WPA History of Grazing, Nebraska.
1900
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A-0467: Christian Zehr Sheep Ranch
Christian Zehr's sheep ranch in front of his home located north of Kearney, Nebraska. From WPA History of Grazing, Nebraska.
1904
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A-0468: L. N. Russell Sheep Ranch
A field of sheep, three men, and two horses in front of a barn on L. N. Russell's sheep ranch in Newton P. O. in Cherry County, Kansas. From WPA History of Grazing, Nebraska.
1901
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A-0469: Boggs Sheep Ranch
Men working on Boggs Sheep Ranch in Boggs Table, Nebraska. From WPA History of Grazing, Nebraska.
1887
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A-0470: Farm Scene
Two men and two women in front of a windmill with surrounding farm animals and equipment in Custer County, Nebraska. From WPA History of Grazing, Nebraska.
1889
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A-0471: Farm Scene
A large family in field in front of barn and surrounding farm in Custer County, Nebraska. From WPA History of Grazing, Nebraska.
1887
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A-0472: Farm Scene
Farm of Mr. Potter, one mile north of Westerville, Custer County, Nebraska. From WPA History of Grazing, Nebraska.
1887
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A-0473: Farm Scene
A farm with unidentified people in and beside wagon in Custer County, Nebraska. From WPA History of Grazing, Nebraska.
1887
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A-0474: Peadon Stock Ranch
A lake bed with cattle watering in Peadon Stock Ranch located northeast of Cozad, Dawson County, Nebraska. From WPA History of Grazing, Nebraska.
1907
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A-0475: Josh Wood Ranch
Cattle crossing through water on the Josh Wood Ranch on the South Loop in Nebraska. From WPA History of Grazing, Nebraska.
1903
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A-0476: Dehorning Cattle Shute
Four men working to dehorn cattle on the Chumbly Ranch near Oconte, Custor County, Nebraska. From WPA History of Grazing, Nebraska.
1900
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A-0477: Branding Cattle on Cal Snyder Ranch
Two boys holding tied cow while man brands the rump on the Cal Snyder Ranch at Middle Loup, Milburn, Nebraska. From WPA History of Grazing, Nebraska.
1888
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A-0478: Branding Texas Cow
Man branding cow held down by rope and horse in Western Nebraska. From WPA History of Grazing, Nebraska.
1889
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A-0479: Cowboys Cutting Fences
Four cowboys wearing protective masks/hankerchiefs while "cutting squatter's fences" located 15 miles north of Brighton Ranch in Nebraska. From WPA History of Grazing, Nebraska.
1885
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A-0480: Hannah Ranch
Man with cattle on the Hannah Ranch on the south side of Middle Loup River, west of Milburn, Custer County, Nebraska. From WPA History of Grazing, Nebraska.
1903
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A-0481: Cowboys Playing Poker
Four cowboys playing poker with horses tied in open field in Western Nebraska. From WPA History of Grazing, Nebraska.
1890
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A-0482: Roundup Outfit and Camp
Men rounding up horses for an evening camp while traveling through Southwest Kansas. From WPA History of Grazing, Kansas.
1890-1899
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A-0483: Sod Ranch Home
Farm girl and boy watering a horse with mother watching by their sod home in either Beaver County, Oklahoma or Meade County, Kansas. Photo by F.M. Steel. From WPA History of Grazing, Kansas.
1890-1899
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A-0484: Roundup Scene
A roundup crew and cattle along the Cimmarron River in Southwest Kansas. Photo by F.M. Steel. From WPA History of Grazing, Kansas.
1890-1899
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A-0485: Roundup Scene
A roundup crew and cattle along the Cimmarron River in Southwest Kansas. Photo by F.M. Steel. From WPA History of Grazing, Kansas.
1890-1899
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A-0486: Roundup Scene
A round up of cattle and one covered wagon on the flats of Barker County, Kansas. Photo by F.M. Steel. From WPA History of Grazing, Kansas.
1890s
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A-0487: Stone Ranch House
Family in front of their stone ranch house in Clark County, Kansas. Photo by F.M. Steel. From WPA History of Grazing, Kansas.
1890s
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A-0488: Branding Scene
Two men branding a calve on a ranch in Barker County, Kansas. Photo by F.M. Steel. From WPA History of Grazing, Kansas.
1890s
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A-0489: Branding Scene
A crew of men branding cattle in Southwest Kansas. Photo by F.M. Steel. From WPA History of Grazing, Kansas.
1890s
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A-0490: Roundup Scene
Cattle, cowboys, and people in two wagons alongside the railroad tracks in Comanche County, Kansas. Photo by F.M. Steel. From WPA History of Grazing, Kansas.
1895
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A-0491: A Southwest Kansas Cow Camp
Eight cowboys eating with their mess kits at a cow camp in Southwest Kansas. Photo by F.M. Steel. From WPA History of Grazing, Kansas.
1890-1899
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A-0492: Natural Shelter for Cattle
A natural rock shelter for cattle on a ranch in Barker County, Kansas. Photo by F.M. Steel. From WPA History of Grazing, Kansas.
1890-1899
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A-0493: Roundup Scene
A roundup of horses and cattle on the U-Ranch in the Cherokee Strip. Photo by F.M. Steel. From WPA History of Grazing, Kansas.
1890
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A-0494: Camp Dinner
A roundup crew eating dinner around the chuck wagon at camp in Barber County, Kansas. Photo by F.M. Steel. From WPA History of Grazing, Kansas.
1890
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A-0495: Branding Scene
Three men branding cattle on a ranch in Southwest Kansas. Photo by F.M. Steel. From WPA History of Grazing, Kansas.
1890-1899
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A-0496: Branding Scene
Cowboys branding calves in Elko County, Nevada. From WPA History of Grazing, Nevada.
1938
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A-0497: "Cutting-out Newborn Calves"
Man "cutting-out" a newborn calve from his mother on a ranch in Elko County, Nevada. From WPA History of Grazing, Nevada.
1938
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A-0498: Sheep Grazing
Sheep grazing in a field in Elko County, Nevada. From WPA History of Grazing, Nevada.
1935
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A-0499: Lou Hammer Ranch hands
Two unidentified ranch hands from Lou Hammer's ranch in Nebraska. From WPA History of Grazing, Nebraska.
1885
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A-0500: Nebraska Farm Family
Family in front of their sod home on a farm in Custer County, Nebraska. From WPA History of Grazing, Nebraska.
1887
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A-0501: Cattle on Arkansas River
Black and white print of an illustration depicting cattle crossing the Arkansas River near Dodge City, Kansas. Photo credit to Kansas State Historical Society. See WPA History of Grazing, Kansas.
1880-1889
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A-0502a: Cattle in Oklahoma
Cattle near Fort Sill, Oklahoma Territory. Photo credit to Roy E. Heffner, Scoonerland's Picture Man in Norman, Oklahoma. From WPA History of Grazing, Oklahoma.
1894
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A-0502b: Cattle in Oklahoma
Cattle near Fort Sill, Oklahoma Territory. Photo credit to Roy E. Heffner, Scoonerland's Picture Man in Norman, Oklahoma. From WPA History of Grazing, Oklahoma.
1930-1939
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A-0503a: Roping Horses
Men selecting and roping certain horses from a herd in Oklahoma. Photo credit to Ewing Hausell, Vinita, Oklahoma. From WPA History of Grazing, Oklahoma.
Undated
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A-0503b: Branding Scene
Cowboys branding cattle in Oklahoma. Photo credit to Ewing Hausell, Vinita, Oklahoma. From WPA History of Grazing, Oklahoma.
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A-0504a: Cattle in Oklahoma
A head of cattle with "young white faces" in Oklahoma. Photo credit to Ewing Hausell, Vinita, Oklahoma. From WPA History of Grazing, Oklahoma.
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A-0504b: Grazing Scene
A herd of cattle grazing on a ranch in Oklahoma. Photo credit to Ewing Hausell, Vinita, Oklahome. From WPA History of Grazing, Oklahoma.
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A-0504c: Feeding Rack for Cattle
Yearling cattle at a feeding rack on a ranch in Oklahoma. Photo credit to Ewing Hausell, Vinita, Oklahoma. From WPA History of Grazing, Oklahoma.
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A-0505a: Grazing Scene
Cattle grazing on ranch land in Oklahoma. Photo credit to Ewing Hausell, Vinita, Oklahoma. From WPA History of Grazing, Oklahoma.
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A-0505b: Pasture Scene
One cowboy before a field of cattle in Osage County, Oklahoma. Photo credit to Farmer-Stockment, Oklahoma. From WPA History of Grazing, Oklahoma.
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A-0506: Cattle Drive
A cattle drive in Western Oklahoma. Courtesy of Eanis G. Helm, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. From WPA History of Grazing, Oklahoma.
1930-1939
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A-0507a: Chuck Wagon
Men eating under the canopy of a wagon while traveling in Oklahoma. Courtesy of Ewing Hausell, Vinita, Oklahoma. From WPA History of Grazing, Oklahoma.
1930s
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A-0507b: Chuck Wagon
Men eating around a chuck wagon with rubber covered wheels while traveling from Centralia to Bird Creek in Oklahoma. Courtesy of Ewing Hausell, Vinita, Oklahoma. From WPA History of Grazing, Oklahoma.
1939 April
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A-0507c: Chuck Wagon
One man preparing food at a chuck wagon campsite in Oklahoma. Courtesy of Ewing Hausell, Vinita, Oklahoma. From WPA History of Grazing, Oklahoma.
1930s
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A-0508a through A-0508c: Branding and Spaying Cattle
Men branding and spaying cattle on a ranch in Oklahoma. Courtesy of Ewing Hausell, Vinita, Oklahoma. From WPA History of Grazing, Oklahoma.
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A-0509a through A-0509b: Branding Cattle
Men branding a cow on Square Ranch in Oklahoma. Courtesy of Ewing Hausell, Vinita, Oklahoma. From WPA History of Grazing, Oklahoma.
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A-0510a: Weaning Calves
Man on horse weaning calves away from mother cows. Courtesy of H. H. Mundy, Pawkuska, Oklahoma. From WPA History of Grazing, Oklahoma.
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A-0510b: Branding Cattle
Men branding cattle in Osage County, Oklahoma. Courtesy of H. H. Mundy, Pawkuska, Oklahoma. From WPA History of Grazing, Oklahoma.
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A-0510c: Branding Cattle
Men branding cattle in a corral. Courtesy of H. H. Mundy, Pawkuska, Oklahoma. From WPA History of Grazing, Oklahoma.
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A-0511a: Man Roping Calf
"Buckaroo" roping a calf on Alvord Ranch. From WPA History of Grazing, Oregon.
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A-0511b: Man on Horseback
Man on horseback in open field looking back at an airplane in the sky. From WPA History of Grazing, Oregon.
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A-0512a: Farm Scenery
View of mountain backdrop, barn, and three horses at the "Willow and Stone Corral" on the Alvord Ranch. From WPA History of Grazing, Oregon.
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A-0512b: Sagebrush Country
Lone vehicle driving along a dirt road in "Sagebrush Country" in Eastern Oregon. From WPA History of Grazing, Oregon.
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A-0513a: Deer
Buck, doe, and three fawn mule deer eating vegetation. From WPA History of Grazing, Oregon.
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A-0513b: Deer
A mule deer standing erect in a field. From WPA History of Grazing, Oregon.
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A-0514a: Freight Wagon Train
Long line of early horse-drawn freight wagons on trail in Oregon. From WPA History of Grazing, Oregon.
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A-0514b: Basque Women
Two Basque women dressed in typical old world mantillas in Malhery County, Oregon. From WPA History of Grazing, Oregon.
1938
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A-0515a: Cowboy Roundup
Group of cowboys "ready for a roundup at Antelope 50 years ago". From WPA History of Grazing, Oregon.
Undated
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A-0515b: Field of Sheep
Absent herder's pack-burro on field of grazing sheep in Oregon. From WPA History of Grazing, Oregon.
1930
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A-0516a: Cattle Brands
Several different cattle brand designs. From WPA History of Grazing, Oregon.
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A-0516b: Cowboy on Ranch
Two cowboy riders herding cattle towards barn on a cattle ranch in Eastern Oregon. From WPA History of Grazing, Oregon.
1935
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A-0517a: Ghost Town
Ghost town in Harney City, Oregon. From WPA History of Grazing, Oregon.
1935
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A-0517b: Ghost Town
Main Street in the abandoned ghost town of Harney City. From WPA History of Grazing, Oregon.
1935
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A-0517c: Ghost Town
Main Street in the abandoned ghost town of Harney City. From WPA History of Grazing, Oregon.
1935
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A-0518a-b: Santa Gertrudis Ranch House
The house of Santa Gertrudis on his Ranch. His front door is 40 miles from main gate of ranch, the capital of his domain measuring to twice the size of Rhode Island. From WPA History of Grazing, Texas.
1930
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A-0519: Cattle Crossing Rio Grande
Cowboys guiding several cattle across the Rio Grande River at "Big Bend" near Castolon, Texas. From WPA History of Grazing, Texas.
1930
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A-0520: Cattle Branding
Four men branding cattle on a Texas ranch. Commercial photographer, H. L. Summerville, San Antonio, Texas. From WPA History of Grazing, Texas.
Undated
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A-0521: Cattle Branding
Eight cowboys branding cattle in a corral on Edwards Ranch, near Big Spring, Texas. Commercial photographer, National Photo Print Co., El Paso, Texas. From WPA History of Grazing, Texas.
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A-0522: Cattle Drive
Cattle drive in high plains country near Amarillo, Texas. Commercial photographer, McCormick Co., Amarillo, Texas. From WPA History of Grazing, Texas.
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A-0523a-b: Branding Cattle
Men branding cattle on Stimson Ranch in Stanford, Texas. From WPA of Grazing, Texas.
1930
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A-0524a-b: Texas Longhorn Cattle
Several Texas Longhorn cattle in Breckenridge Park, San Antonio, Texas. From WPA History of Grazing, Texas.
Undated
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A-0525a: Texas Longhorn Cattle
Field of Texas Longhorn cattle and a 16-year old Brahma steer. Photographer, U.S. Forest Service. From WPA History of Grazing, Texas.
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A-0525b: Texas Longhorn Cattle
Two Texas Longhorns in Brackenridge Park, San Antonio, Bexar Co. Texas. From WPA History of Grazing, Texas.
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A-0525c: Cholla Cactus
A cholla cactus in Culberson County, Texas. From WPA History of Grazing, Texas.
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A-0526a-c: Texas Longhorn Steers
Three different Texas Longhorn steers. From WPA History of Grazing, Texas.
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A-0527a-b: Calf Roping
Calf roping prior to branding on Stimson Ranch, Standford, Texas. From WPA History of Grazing, Texas.
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A-0528a: Cattle Drift Fence
Early drift fence in Potter County, Texas. From WPA History of Grazing, Texas.
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A-0528b: Boot Hill Graveyard
Boot Hill graveyard in Old Tascosa, Oldham County, Texas. From WPA History of Grazing, Texas.
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A-0528c: Jon Arnot, Frying Pan Ranch
John Arnot standing next to early drift fence on Frying Pan Ranch in Potter County, Texas. From WPA History of Grazing, Texas.
Undated
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A-0529a: Henry Slack at "World's First Rodeo"
Henry Slack on horse at the "World's First Rodeo" in Pecos, Texas. From WPA History of Grazing, Texas.
1883 July 4
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A-0529b: Chuck Wagon
Men at chuck wagon under canopy on the Stimson Ranch, Standford, Texas. From WPA History of Grazing, Texas.
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A-0529c: "Old T" Ranch Headquarters
Cabin home on the "Old T" Ranch, Anchor Headquarters Canyon, Texas. From WPA History of Grazing, Texas.
Undated
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A-0530a-b: Cattle in Stockyard Pens
Cattle in stockyard pens at Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas. From WPA History of Grazing, Texas.
Undated
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A-0530c: Cattlemen in Stockyard Pens
Three men standing at edge of stockyard pen at Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas. From WPA of Grazing, Texas.
Undated
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A-0531a: Fort Worth, Texas
Black and white print of an illustration depicting Fort Worth, Texas. From WPA History of Grazing, Texas.
1849
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A-0531b: Live Stock Exchange Building
The "Live Stock Exchange" building in Fort Worth, Texas. From WPA History of Grazing, Texas.
Undated
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A-0532a-b: Contour Furrows in fields of Pocatello, Idaho
Contour furrows constructed by CCC workers to provide flood control and range improvement in fields one mile southwest of Pocatello, Bancock County, Idaho. Photos by J.G. James. From WPA History of Grazing, Washington.
1937 April 24
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A-0533a: Gullies on Overgrazed Land
Serious gully damage on badly overgrazed range land near American Falls, Power County, Idaho. Photo by A.L. Hafernichter. From WPA History of Grazing, Washington.
1934 September 29
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A-0533b: Gullies on Overgrazed Land
Large gully damage to overgrazed range land near Yale, Cassia County, Idaho. Photo by A.L. Hafernichter. From WPA History of Grazing, Washington.
1934 September 29
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A-0534: Gullies on Overgrazed Land
Damaged range land after overgrazing in Emmet, Gem County, Idaho. Photo by J.G. James. From WPA History of Grazing, Washington.
1937 June 19
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A-0535: Contour Furrows
Thirty-four acre field of Contour Furrows seeded with native grasses on the E. P. Ellis farm, located six miles East of Lewiston, Nez Perce County, Idaho. Photo by J.G. James. From WPA History of Grazing, Washington.
1938 April 20
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A-0536: Damaged Soil After Overgrazing
Heavily damaged soil after overgrazing on the Upper Snake River Plains near American Falls, Idaho. Photo by J. G. James. From WPA History of Grazing, Washington.
1937 September 12
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A-0537: Contour Furrows
Field of contour furrows constructed after damage by overgrazing and erosion on property owned by A. C. Beckman, W. J. Oaks, and Crowfool Land Company in Boise and Gem County, Idaho. Photo by J. G. James. From WPA History of Grazing, Washington.
1937 September 13
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A-0538a: Sheep Herder's Camp Wagon
Sheep herder's camp wagon alongside road in Camas Creek, Idaho. Photo by Wayne W. Ward (USDA). From WPA History of Grazing, Washington.
1938 June 11
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A-0538b: Water Catchment Basin
A water catchment basin on farm of A. E. Morken, East of Genesse, Latah County, Idaho. From WPA History of Grazing, Washington.
1938
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A-0538c: Idaho field and flowers
Fenced filed flowered by dominant plant (Leptotoaenia sp.) located two miles North of Sweet, Gem County, Idaho. Photo by J.R. Roaf (USDA). From WPA History of Grazing, Washington.
1938 April 18
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A-0539a: Soil Conservation Crew
Soil Conservation crew gathering bunchgrass seed East of Spokane, Washington used to re-sod the plains in Eastern Washington. Photo by H. H. Harris (USDA). From WPA History of Grazing, Washington.
1939 July 6
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A-0539b: Sheep Grazing Behind Overgrazed Field
Overgrazed and damaged field in front of another field with sheep grazing located five miles West of Horseshoe Bend, Idaho. Photo by J. G. James (USDA). From WPA History of Grazing, Washington.
1938 November 18
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A-0540a: Stock Watering Pond
Stock watering pond constructed in fall of 1939, owned by John J. Driscoll in Moscow, Idaho. Photo by Jack G. James (USDA). From WPA History of Grazing, Washington.
Undated
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A-0540b: Stock Watering Trough
Stock watering trough owned and operated by A. C. and Donald J. Linhan in Genesse, Idaho. From WPA History of Grazing, Washington.
1938
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A-0541: Watershed of Boise, Idaho
Aerial view of the watershed in Boise, Idaho. USDA photograph. From WPA History of Grazing, Washington.
1938
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A-0542a: Damaged and Abandoned Farmland
Abandoned farm destroyed by overgrazing and wind erosion to the soil, located fifteen miles South of Boardman, Morrow County, Oregon. Photographer, J.G. James. From WPA History of Grazing, Washington.
1937 May 5
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A-0542b: Native Bunchgrass Covered Range
Densely vegetated range of native bunchgrass not grazed due to lack of water for cattle on W. P. Kilkenny farm, located ten miles Northeast of Heppner, Morrrow County, Oregon. From WPA History of Grazing, Washington.
1938 July 9
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A-0543a: Effects of Overgrazing on Soil
Overgrazed field contrasted to fenced off, densely covered area in Morrow County, Oregon. Photo by Howard H. Harris (USDA). From WPA History of Grazing, Washington.
1938
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A-0543b: Good Conditioned Grazing Range
Range under good condition after light spring and fall grazing. Photo by Howard H. Harris (USDA). From WPA History of Grazing, Washington.
1938
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A-0544a: Effect of Wind Erosion
The Fort Rock Land Use project documenting a pile of Wild Rye around barren, eroded soil in Lake County, Oregon. Photo by Howard H. Harris (USDA). From WPA History of Grazing, Washington.
1938
Drawer 2
A-0544b: Effect of Wind Erosion
The Fort Rock Land Use project documenting an abandoned homestead site after severe wind erosion in Lake County, Oregon. Photo by Howard H. Harris (USDA). From WPA History of Grazing, Washington.
1938
Drawer 2
A-0545a-b: Watering Troughs
Ten watering troughs constructed by "CCC enrollees for SCS-0-1" located twenty-six miles East of Pendleton, Umatilla County, Oregon. Photo by J.G. James (USDA). From WPA History of Grazing, Washington.
Undated
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A-0546: Stock Water Reservoir
Stock water reservoir constructed to improve water availability for cattle at Warm Springs Indian Reservation in Jefferson County, Oregon. Photo by J.G. James (USDA). From WPA History of Grazing, Washington.
1938 October 19
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A-0547: Happy Canyon Dam
The Happy Canyon Dam at Simnasho, Wasco County, Oregon. Photo by J.G. James (USDA). From WPA History of Grazing, Washington.
1938 October 19
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A-0548: Rangeland Erosion
Evidence of erosion and gullying on slopes west of Brogan, Mahleur County, Oregon. Photo by J.G. James (USDA). From WPA History of Grazing, Washington.
1938 April 1
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A-0549a: Coleville National Forest after fire
Damage to Coleville National Forest after forest fire. From WPA History of Grazing, Washington.
1938
Drawer 2
A-0549b: Coleville National Forest
Log being burned out for use as watering trough in Coleville National Forest. From WPA History of Grazing, Washington.
Undated
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A-0549c: Coleville National Forest
Man building fence to separate cattle and sheep ranges at Coleville National Forest. From WPA History of Grazing, Washington.
Undated
Drawer 2
A-0550a: Cattle Pastures
Cattle pastures by the sea in Callam County, Washington. From WPA History of Grazing, Washington.
Undated
Drawer 2
A-0550b: Cattle Pastures
Dairy herd on a pasture in Western Washington. From WPA History of Grazing, Washington.
Undated
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A-0550c: Cattle Pastures
Winter feeding of cattle in a pasture in South Central Washington. From WPA History of Grazing, Washington.
Undated
Drawer 2
A-0550d: T. H. McKeeman Kittitas Company cattle
Herd of shorthorn cattle belonging to T. H. McKeeman Kittitas Company. From WPA History of Grazing, Washington.
1936 July
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A-0551a: Sheep Pastures
Sheep grazing on pasture by San Poil River, North of Keller, Ferry County, Washington. From WPA History of Grazing, Washington.
1937
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A-0551b: Cattle Pasture
Melville cattle on pasture near Lamont, Washington. From WPA History of Grazing, Washington.
1936 May
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A-0551c: Water Dam on Cattle Range
Water dam constructed for the conservation program on a cattle range in Umtanum. From WPA History of Grazing, Washington.
Undated
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A-0551d: Poor Farmland
Two farms on poor conditioned soil, located between Springdale and Loon Lake, Spokane County, Washington. From WPA History of Grazing, Washington.
Undated
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A-0552a: Feed Storage Units
Alfalfa hay feed storage units on McKensie-Richardson Sheep Ranch, located five miles East of Hooper, Washington. Photo by Howard H. Harris (USDA). From WPA History of Grazing, Washington.
1941 February
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A-0552b: Windmill
Windmill in Lincoln County, Washington. Photo by Jack G. James (USDA). From WPA History of Grazing, Washington.
Undated
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A-0553a: Fence on McKenzie-Richardson Ranch
A ten mile fence constructed to divide the McKenzie-Richardson Ranch into pasture plots. Photo by Howard H. Harris (USDA). From WPA History of Grazing, Washington.
Undated
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A-0553b: Stock Watering Development
Stock watering development on ranch in Pullman, Whitman County, Washington. Photo by Leo L. Anderson (USDA). From WPA History of Grazing, Washington.
Undated
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A-0554a: Effects of Overgrazing
Damaged soil and plant growth (sweet clover and grass) after overgrazing on the Tracy Lyman farm, located three miles Northeast of Dayton, Columbia County, Washington. Photographer, J.G. James (USDA). From WPA History of Grazing, Washington.
1937 March 5
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A-0554b: Effects of Regulated Grazing
Sheep range under good condition after regulated spring and fall sheep grazing on McGregor farm, located one to three miles Southwest of Hooper, Whitman County, Washington. Photographer, A.L. Hafenrichter. From WPA History of grazing, Washington.
1937 December 1
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A-0555a: Field Restoration
Heavily eroded field restored to grassy condition after three years of growth. Photo by A.L. Hafenrichter. From WPA History of Grazing, Washington.
1938 May 14
Drawer 2
A-0555b: Native Bunchgrass
Native bunchgrass growth in field located one-quarter mile North of Mission Street Bridge, Spokane, Washington. Photo by j.G. James. From WPA History of Grazing, Washington.
1936 November 5
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A-0556a: Contrasting Grazing Conditions
Regulated and unprotected grazing land divided by a fence located six miles Southwest of Pomeroy, Garfield County, Washington. Photo by J.G. James. From WPA History of Grazing, Washington.
1936 October 30
Drawer 2
A-0556b: CCC Workers Constructing Contour Furrows
CCC workers constructing contour furrows to improve overgrazed land located forty-two miles west of Yakima, Yakima County, Washington. Photo by J.G. James. From WPA History of Grazing, Washington.
1936 August 13
Drawer 2
A-0557: Grazing Lambs
Flock of nine-hundred lambs grazing on an alfalfa field owned by Leroy Sanders in Tacoma, Washington. Photo by J.G. James. From WPA History of Grazing, Washington.
1936 September 4
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A-0558: Union Pacific Railroad
Directors of Union Pacific Railroad posed next to train and under sign that reads: "100th Meridian sign, 275 West of Omaha." Photo by J. Carbutt. From WPA History of Grazing, Wyoming.
1866 October 24
Drawer 2
A-0559a: Wyoming Ranch Life
Roundup camp out on range in Wyoming. From WPA History of Grazing, Wyoming.
1890-1899
Drawer 2
A-0559b: Prue-bred Hereford Cattle
Ten pure-bred Hereford, prize winning, cattle on ranch near Cheyenne, Wyoming. From WPA History of Grazing, Wyoming.
1938
Drawer 2
A-0560: Wyoming Range Wars
Three men standing in sheep corral filled with dead sheep after Range War between a Mr. Leckie and unknown cattlemen. War took place east of Pinedale, near present Scab Creek Ranger Station, Bridger National Forest, Wyoming. From WPA History of Grazing, Wyoming.
1880's
Drawer 2
A-0561a: Cattle Train
Cattle train near Laramie, Wyoming. From WPA History of Grazing, Wyoming.
1880's
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A-0561b: Loading Cattle
Loading cattle into corrals near Laramie, Wyoming. From WPA History of Grazing, Wyoming.
1880's
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A-0561c: Loading Cattle
Loading cattle from corrals into train cars in Wyoming. From WPA History of Grazing, Wyoming.
1880's
Drawer 2
A-0562: Diamond Ranch
Home and surrounding buildings on the Diamond Ranch (at one time owned by Rainsford, an architect from New York in the 1880's and 1890's), located near Chugwater, Wyoming. From WPA History of Grazing, Wyoming.
ca. 1935
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A-0563: Logan Public Ballroom
Public ballroom (built by Geo. W. Thatcher, Jr. in 1905) decorated for the ACU Junior Prom in Logan, Utah.
1912
Drawer 2
A-0564: Freight Wagon
Two men seated on three team horse wagon labeled: "Wrights and Belgians."
Undated
Drawer 2
A-0565: Snow College
Snow College building.
Undated
Drawer 2
A-0566: Boats on River
Several small boats on shore of river. Two men seated in one, a family with two guides seated in a second with American Flag, the remaining are empty.
Undated
Drawer 2
A-0567a: Unidentified Group Picture
Large group photo in front of a public library (mostly women and children pictured).
Undated
Drawer 2
A-0567b: Unidentified Group Picture
Large group photo in front of the American Flag hung in a doorway of a building (mostly children pictured).
Undated
Drawer 2
A-0568a-c: Matthew H. Forester
Matthew H. Forester on farm and with his family.
Undated
Drawer 2
A-0569: David Oman McKay
Black and white photo of an oil portrait of David Oman McKay (1873-1970) painted by Everett Thorpe.
Undated
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A-0570: David Oman McKay
David Oman McKay with oil portrait and artist Everett Thorpe (?).
Undated
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A-0571: Logan Cache Airport
Logan Cache Airport during winter.
1940-1949
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A-0572: Logan Cache Airport. Logan, Utah
Logan Cache Airport runway.
1930-1939
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A-0573a: Logan Canyon, Utah
CCC camp barracks with cooks pictured at Tony Grove in Logan Canyon, Utah (later used as USU Forestry Field Station).
1930-1939
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A-0573b: Right Fork, Logan Canyon, Utah
Lodge at Right Fork in Logan Canyon.
1940-1949
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A-0574: Thiokol Chemical Corporation
Panorama of Thiokol Chemical Corporation installed at Blue Creek, Box Elder County, Utah.
ca. 1965
Drawer 2
A-0575: Unidentified Landscape
Landscape scene of mountains and small community.
Undated
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A-0576: Sculpture of John A. Widstoe
Avard Fairbanks modeling the bust of John A. Widstoe in outside setting.
1920-1929
Drawer 2
A-0577: Water Construction
Workers (possibly CCC) constructing a concrete lining for a canal(?).
Undated
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A-0578: Logan LDS Temple. Logan, Utah
Aerial view of the Logan LDS Temple looking east during the winter.
ca. 1935
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A-0579: Logan, Utah. Logan LDS Temple
Aerial view of the Logan LDS Temple during the winter.
ca. 1935
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A-0580: Choir Performance
Choir performance in a performance hall, possibly Logan Tabernacle.
Undated
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A-0581: Street Scenes in Logan, Utah
South Main Street in Logan, Utah. Photo appeared in Student Life, pg. 18, March 14, 1919.
1919
Drawer 2
A-0582: Cache County Courthouse
Black and white print of an engraving of the Cache County Courthouse in Logan, Utah, constructed in 1882-1883 by the United Order Manufacturing and Building Company under management of C. W. Nibley and Truman O. Angell, Jr. Two wings later added.
1880-1889
Drawer 2
A-0583: Harry Longbaugh and Etta Place
Portrait of Harry Longbaugh (Sundance Kid) and Etta Place. Photo donated from William C. Linn, Pinkerton's Agency.
Undated
Drawer 2
A-0584: "The Wild Bunch"
Group photo of Harry Longbaugh, Bill Carver, Ben Kilpatrick, Harvey Logan, and "Butch" Cassidy. Photo donated from William C. Linn, Pinkerton's Agency.
Undated
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A-0585a: Jesse James
Portrait of Jesse James.
Undated
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A-0584b: Tom Horn
Portrait of Tom Horn (1861-1903).
Undated
Drawer 2
A-0586: Logan LDS Temple
Logan LDS Temple in Logan, Utah.
1918
Drawer 2
A-0587: T. Joe Cahill
Portrait of T. Joe Cahill, an early Wyoming lawman who helped capture Tom Horn and the Wild Bunch.
Undated
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A-0588: Grave of Tom Horn
Gravestone of Tom Horn (1861-1903) located in Colorado.
Undated
Drawer 2
A-0589a-b: Queen Ann's Grave
Bassett Cemetery Brown's Park with Queen Ann's Grave.
Undated
Drawer 2
A-0590: Washum Cemetery in Henry's Fork, Wyoming
Orson Behunin, a rancher from Burntfork, Wyoming, and Hal Stephens at Washum Cemetery in Henry's Fork, Wyoming. Photo donated by Kerry Ross Boren.
1970
Drawer 2
A-0591: Lucerne Valley
Scenic view of the Lucerne Valley and Flaming Gorge Reservoir just Northeast of Manila. Photo by Lowell S. Hilpert. Photo donated by Kerry Ross Boren.
1969
Drawer 2
A-0592: The James Brothers
Charles Fletch Taylor of Platte Co., Wisconsin (also a member of the Quantrill Guerrillas), Frank James dressed in CSA uniform, and Jesse James photoed in Nashville, Tennessee just at the close of the Civil War. Photo donated by Kerry Ross Boren in 1974.
1865
Drawer 2
A-0593: Tipton Train Robbery Posse
A posse from Tipton, Wyoming that chased The Wild Bunch posed in front of a Union Pacific train. Identifications from left to right include: Joe Lefores, an unidentified man, T.T. Keliker, H. Davis, George Hiatt, Jeff Carr, and Si Funk. Photo donated by Union Pacific Railroad Company in 1974.
1900 August
Drawer 2
A-0594a-b: "Cowboy Joe" Marsters
Portrait of man with signature "Kerry Boren from Cowboy Joe," donated by Kerry Ross Boren.
Undated
Drawer 2
A-0595: John and Cora Baker Grave in Washum Cemetery
Gravesight of John Baker, brother to Jim Baker and mountain man (1826-1901), and his wife Cora Baker (ca. 1830-1877) in the Washum Cemetery, Henry's Fork, Wyoming. Photo by H.G. Stephens. Photo donated by Kerry Ross Boren in 1974.
1970
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A-0596: Sarah Jane Son Grave in Washum Cemetery
Gravesight of the Richard E. and Sarah Jane Son family in Washum Cemetery, Henry's Fork, Wyoming. Sarah Jane Son was the daughter of John Baker. Photo by H.G. Stephens. Photo donated by Kerry Ross Boren in 1974.
1970
Drawer 2
A-0597a: George LeRoy Parker (Butch Cassidy)
Prison photo of George LeRoy Parker, commonly known as Butch Cassidy from the Wyoming State Prison in Rawlins, Wyoming.
1894-1896
Drawer 2
A-0597b: Butch Cassidy and the Wild Bunch Warrant
Pinkerton Detective Agency warrant and reward posted for Butch Cassidy and The Wild Bunch.
1902 January 24
Drawer 2
A-0598a: Avalanche at Logan Canyon, Utah
Evidence of an avalanche in Logan Canyon below Third Dam. Original negative from Logan City Engineer.
ca. 1923
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A-0598b: Third Dam in Logan Canyon, Utah
View of Third Dam site before construction in Logan Canyon, Utah. Original negative from Logan City Engineer
1922
Drawer 2
A-0598c: H. E. Hatch's Summer Home
H. E. Hatch's summer home since 1952 at St. Ann's Retreat in Logan Canyon, Utah. Original negative from Logan City Engineer.
Undated
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A-0599a-c: Construction at Third Dam
Construction of Third Dam, Logan Canyon, Utah. Original negative from Logan City Engineer.
1923-1924
Drawer 2
A-0600a: Utah Power and Light Company Flume
Relief valve for the Utah Power and Light Company flume in Logan Canyon, Utah. Original negative from Logan City Engineer.
1923-1924
Drawer 2
A-0600b: Second and Third Dam Flume
Three men at site for the flume between Second and Third Dam in Logan Canyon, Utah. Original negative from Logan City Engineer.
1923-1924
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A-0600c: Second and Third Dam Flume
Men at work at an excavation site for the flume between Second and Third Dam in Logan Canyon, Utah. Original negative from Logan City Engineer.
1923-1924

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A-0601a-c: Second Dam Construction
Hydro-Electric plant and flume during reconstruction at Second Dam in Logan Canyon, Utah. Original negative from Logan City Engineer.
1923-1924
Drawer 3
A-0602a-c: Third Dam
Various views near Third Dam cite in Logan Canyon, Utah. Original negative from Logan City Engineer.
1923-1924
Drawer 3
A-0603a-c: Construction at Third Dam
Construction at Third Dam in Logan Canyon, Utah. Original negative from Logan City Engineer.
1923-1924
Drawer 3
A-0604a-c: Construction at Third Dam
Construction on the spillway of Third Dam in Logan Canyon, Utah. Original negative from Logan City Engineer.
1923-1924
Drawer 3
A-0605a: City Hydro Electric Plant Construction
Construction on the flume at the City Hydro Electric Plant at Second Dam in Logan Canyon, Utah. Original photo from Logan City Engineer.
1923-1924
Drawer 3
A-0605b: First Dam
Construction at First Dam with UP and L Hydro Plant in background in Logan Canyon, Utah. Original photo from Logan City Engineer.
1924
Drawer 3
A-0605c: Home in Logan Canyon, Utah
Home and yard near or in Logan Canyon, Utah. Original photo from Logan City Engineer.
Undated
Drawer 3
A-606a: City Hydro Plant in Logan Canyon
Survey crew eating by tent and wagon for reconstruction at the City Hydro Plant in Logan Canyon, Utah. Original photo from Logan City Engineer.
1923-1924
Drawer 3
A-0606b: Third Dam Construction
Workmen gathered together at Third Dam construction site in Logan Canyon, Utah. Original photo from Logan City Engineer.
1923-1924
Drawer 3
A-0606c: City Hydro Plant in Logan Canyon, Utah
Men installing a turbine at City Hydro Plant at Second Dam in Logan Canyon, Utah. Original photo from Logan City Engineer.
Undated
Drawer 3
A-0607a-b: Third Dam in Logan Canyon
Site of Third Dam before flooding in Logan Canyon, Utah. Original photo from Logan City Engineer.
ca. 1923
Drawer 3
A-0607c: Second Dam in Logan Canyon, Utah
Catch basin at the head of the Second Dam flume in Logan Canyon, Utah. Original photo from Logan City Engineer.
1923-1924
Drawer 3
A-0608a: Third Dam Construction in Logan Canyon
Third Dam after reconstruction in Logan Canyon, Utah. Original photo from Logan City Engineer.
1923-1924
Drawer 3
A-0608b: Third Dam Construction in Logan Canyon
Men standing at Third Dam during reconstruction in Logan Canyon, Utah. Original photo from Logan City Engineer.
1924
Drawer 3
A-0608c: Third Dam Construction in Logan Canyon
Third Dam after reconstruction in Logan Canyon, Utah. Original photo from Logan City Engineer.
1924
Drawer 3
A-0609a-c: Third Dam Construction in Logan Canyon
Construction at Third Dam in Logan Canyon, Utah. Original photo from Logan City Engineer.
1922-1923
Drawer 3
A-0610: Cache Junction. Railroads
John Crookston, Sr. on a velocipede, who regularly inspected the track for Cache Junction Railroads through to Bear River Canyon.
ca. 1912
Drawer 3
A-0611: Cache Junction, Utah
John Crookston store and home.
ca. 1915
Drawer 3
A-0612: Cache Junction, Utah
Ray Crookston at Union Pacific Railroad Pumphouse. Water was pumped from the Bear River to the water tower north of the U.P Depot.
ca. 1914
Drawer 3
A-0613: Bear River Canyon, Utah
John Crookston with his dog Rover on a handcar inspecting the tracks in the Bear River Canyon, Utah (two copies).
ca. 1912
Drawer 3
A-0614: UPRR Train in Bear River Canyon, Utah
A Union Pacific Railroad train on a wooden trestle in Bear River Canyon near Webster, Utah.
ca. 1895
Drawer 3
A-0615: John Crookston in Bear River Canyon
John Crookston on handcar inspecting tracks at a tunnel in Bear River Canyon, Utah.
ca. 1912
Drawer 3
A-0616a: Bear River Narrows
Hammond Canal System in the Bear River Narrows, site later flooded by Cutler Dam.
1890-1899
Drawer 3
A-0616b: Home at Bear River Narrows
Unidentified home at or near the Bear River Narrows.
1890-1899
Drawer 3
A-0617: Cache Junction, Utah
View of Cache Junction, Utah looking Northwest. Photo taken from roof of Roundhouse.
ca. 1915
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A-0618: Schoolhouse in Mendon, Utah
A newly constructed yellow-brick schoolhouse in Mendon, Utah.
1936
Drawer 3
A-0619: Schoolhouse in Mendon, Utah
An old red-brick schoolhouse in Mendon, Utah.
1936
Drawer 3
A-0620: Sweeten's Band in Mendon, Utah
Group photo of Sweeten's Band in Mendon, Utah. Identifications include (starting at bottom-left): Joseph Hancock, Jr., M. D. Bird, Irvan Gardner, William Issac Sorensen, George Hughes, Gilbert Sweeten, Morey Baker, Charles Baker, Frederick Sorensen, Joseph Hancock, Sr., Philip Sorensen, Robert Sweeten, John Westover, Magnus Larsen, Simon Baker.
Undated
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A-0621: Mendon, Utah
Group photo on the lawn of Isaac Sorensen's home. Identifications include (from left to right) first row: A. N. Sorensen, Jane R. Hughes, Jake Sorensen, Mary Ann H. Bird, Irvin Gardner, Bertha Sorensen. Second row: Ida Gardner, Neleph Sorensen, M. Sorensen, C. Buist, I. Sorensen. Third row: John Ladle, Minnis Gardner, A. W. Richard, Anna Sorensen, Alex Buist.
1899
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A-0622: Mendon, Utah
Group photo of children and one man (most likely a school photo) in Mendon, Utah.
Undated
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A-0623: Liberty Bell in Cache Junction, Utah
The Liberty Bell en route by special train to the Panama-Pacific International Exposition in San Francisco.
1915 July 11
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A-0624: Cache Junction Cafe, Utah
Four women and two men in front of the "Railroad Eating House" (probably the Ballard Restaurant) on East side of railroad tracks in Cache Junction, Utah. Remodeled into private home. Demolished in 1975.
ca. 1900
Drawer 3
A-0625-0626: Cache Junction, Utah
Crowds gathered in Cache Junction, Utah to see the Liberty Bell on its passage to the Panama-Pacific International Exposition in San Francisco.
1915 July 11
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A-0627: Farm Scenes in Cache Junction, Utah
Frank Nye plowing a field east of town. Canyon House Hotel visible in distance.
ca. 1915
Drawer 3
A-0628: Farmers Banking Company in Cache Junction, Utah
The Farmers Banking Company Building, which merged with Cache Valley Bank on June 10, 1910 and continued in operation until January 13, 1928.
1910-1928
Drawer 3
A-0629: General Store in Cache Junction, Utah
J. H. Barker's General Store in Cache Junction, Utah. Original photo used in Polk's Logan City and Cache County Directory 1905-1906, p. 161.
1905
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A-0630: Cache Junction, Utah
Members of the first LDS Sunday School posed before stone school.
Undated
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A-0631: Hotel in Cache Junction, Utah
Hotel in Cache Junction, Utah.
ca. 1918
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A-0632: Lyric Theatre in Logan, Utah
Lyric Theatre on West Center Street in Logan, Utah. The theatre was constructed and operated by George W. Thatcher, Jr. in 1913. Utah State University purchased the Theatre in 1959.
Undated
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A-0633:
Undated
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A-0634: Rt. Reverend Paul Jones
Portrait of Paul Jones, the Vicar, St. John's Mission Logan, Utah from September 3, 1906-June 17,1914, and the Episcopal Bishop of Utah from 1914-1918.
1906-1918
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A-0635: Pioneer Day in Logan, Utah
Parade for Pioneer Day, July 24, on Main Street in Logan, Utah.
ca. 1928 July 24
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A-0636: Reverend Allen Jacobs
Portrait of Reverend Allen Jacobs, the Vicar of St. John's Episcopal Church in Logan, Utah.
1920 September 1-1927 June
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A-0637a: James Kilfoyle
Family portrait of James Kilfoyle (1805-1874) and three daughters, one identified as Deseret Kilfoyle Archibald (1859-1916).
Undated
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A-0637b: Elizabeth Russell Archibald
Portrait of Elizabeth Russell Archibald (1819-1908), a settler of Wellsville, Utah in 1862.
Undated
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A-0638: John Archibald Home in Wellsville, Utah
Deseret Kilfoyle (John Archibald's second wife) and Alberta Archibald Larsen in front John Archibald home in Wellsville, Utah.
ca. 1905
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A-0639: John Archibald Home in Wellsville, Utah
John Archibald and family in front of his home, built for his first wife, Elizabeth Henry Archibald. Identifications include (left to right): James Archibald, John Archibald, Ezra Archibald, Elizabeth Henry Archibald, Alan Archibald.
ca. 1905
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A-0640: John Haslam Home in Wellsville, Utah
John Haslam, Mary Ann Archibald Haslam, and the mother of John Haslam in front of his home in Wellsville, Utah.
ca. 1905
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A-0641: Borden Condensed Milk Company Factory. Wellsville, Utah
Borden Condensed Milk Company Factory delivering milk on wagons in Wellsville, Utah.
ca. 1912
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A-0642: Celebrations and Holidays in Logan, Utah
Nicholas Welch Crookston leading plow and oxen breaking the ground for the Rapid Transit Co. tracks while crowd watches.
1909 October 19
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A-0643: George F. Ashcroft, Sr. Farm in Hyde Park, Utah
Men operating a horse-powered threshing line on the town farmlot of George F. Ashcroft, Sr. Identifications include: James William Seamons, John Kirby, Wilford G. Dames, Alf. Kirby, George F. Ashcroft, Jr., Appie Woolf, Henry Ashcroft, Jim Balls, Rozel Hyde, and some unidentified individuals.
1896-1897
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A-0644: Boiler from UPRR in Logan, Utah
A horse-freight train hauling a boiler from the UPRR depot to the Agricultural College of Utah through Main and Center Street in Logan, Utah.
ca. 1910
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A-0645: Thatcher Milling and Elevator Company in Logan, Utah
View of Logan, Utah with the Thatcher Milling and Elevator Co., Mill Race, BYC, and Woodruff School visible.
ca. 1916
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A-0646: Logan River
View of the Logan River and Logan Sugar Factory in Logan, Utah.
ca. 1916
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A-0647: Bear River
View of the Bear River (the Cornish Sugar Factory in distance) between Lewiston and Cornish, Utah.
ca. 1923
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A-0648a: Logan Canyon Highway Project
Wheeler and England Company workers loading trucks while widening the cut for US Highway 91 through Logan Canyon, Utah.
1930-1939
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A-0648b: Logan Canyon Highway Project
Workers crushing rock and transporting material for the Logan Canyon Highway Project.
1939
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A-0649: Logan Canyon, Utah
Wheeler and England Construction Company workers camp during the construction of Logan Canyon highway.
1930s
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A-0650: Convertible on Main Street. Logan, Utah
Two men in convertible while driving down Main with sign that reads: "Governor Clyde."
Undated
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A-0651: Street Scenes in Logan, Utah
View of Logan Main Street and Center intersection with many people in wagons and on foot.
ca. 1905
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A-0652a-b: Woolen Mill in Logan, Utah
Roofless Woolen Mill, constructed in 1875-1876, in Logan, Utah. Never completed.
ca. 1924-1926
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A-0653: Orchard in Trenton, Utah
An orchard and sugar beet field in Trenton, Utah.
ca. 1911
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A-0654: Empire Mill, City Creek Canyon, Salt Lake City, Utah
The Empire Gristmill, built by Brigham Young in the 1860's and destroyed by fire in 1883. The mill was located in City Creek, Salt Lake City, Utah.
ca. 1880
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A-0655: Street Scenes in Logan, Utah
Main Street looking North from the rooftop of 26 South Main.
1918
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A-0656: Street Scenes in Logan, Utah
Center Street looking West from 2nd East in Logan, Utah.
1918
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A-0657: Street Scenes in Logan, Utah
Center Street with Trinity Methodist Church visible in Logan, Utah.
1918
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A-0658: Street Scenes in Logan, Utah
First North looking East from Main Street in Logan, Utah.
1918
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A-0659: Street Scenes in Logan, Utah
Vehicles parked alongside the West side of Main Street between Center and First North.
1960 June 10
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A-0660: Utah Condensed Milk Company in Richmond, Utah
Ada Peart Traveller and Jerusha Bair hand-wrapping butter at Utah Condensed Milk Company in Richmond, Utah.
1907
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A-0661: Utah Condensed Milk Company in Richmond, Utah
The first office at Sego Diary Plant. Albert Thompson, Linnie Telford, C.Z. Harris, and Roger Ireland pictured.
1907
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A-0662: Utah Condensed Milk Company in Richmond, Utah
Creamery Office with Robert Ireland, Miss Merrill, and Lillian pictured.
ca. 1907
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A-0663: Utah Condensed Milk Company in Richmond, Utah
Group photo of the employees at Sego Milk Company. Identifications include (left to right) first row: Albert H. Thompson, Earnest Johnson, John Johnson, Victor Johnson, William Barnett, Jody Albiston, Matt Feltman, Frank W. Traveller; second row: Minniette Anderson (Lewis), Bertha Shepard (Hyde), C. E. Merrill, C. Z. Harris, Robert Ireland, J. W. Hendricks, Frank Stout, Mabel Covey (Pitcher), Amelia Stens (Nolan); third row: Justin Skidmore, Sarah Merrill (Larsen), Ethel Buxton (Bair), Nettie Feltman (Whittle), Nina Bowman (Burnham), Rozina Woodland (Adamson), Sarah Johnson (Smith), Irene Rainey, Eliza Monson (Kerr), Christian Knudson, Arthur Hurst; fourth row: Lapriel Buxton (Webb), Clara Bair (Johnson), Jerusha Bair (Preece), Dan Kennedy, Ada Pert (Traveller), Charlie Peterson, Flora Burnham (Kent), Nels Peterson, Maggie Johnson, Inez Egan (Maben), Edgar Merrill, Jacob Watson, James Gyllenskog, Claus Anderson.
ca. 1907
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A-0664: Utah Condensed Milk Company in Richmond, Utah
Jacob Watson standing in the cheese making room at Utah Condensed Milk Company in Richmond, Utah.
1907
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A-0665: Utah Condensed Milk Company in Richmond, Utah
Utah Condensed Milk Co. employees Robert Ireland, Justin Skidmore, and Jacob Watson at the butter churn.
1907
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A-0666: Home of Jacob Watson
Brick home of Jacob Watson with family in front in Smithfield, Utah.
ca. 1915
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A-0667: Fire at Thatcher Opera House
View of the Thatcher Opera House the morning after a fire that destroyed the building.
1912 April 18
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A-0668: Mendon Social Band
The Mendon Social Band in Mendon, Utah. Identifications include top row, left to right: George Walker, Emer Richards, Oscar Barrett, Henry Sorensen, Joseph Sorensen, George Gardner, W. M. Hughes, Vernon Bird, and Carl Hughes. Bottom row, left to right: Ammon Sorensen, Lyman Sorensen, Charles Bird, Seth Baker, Roy Baker, Perley Sorensen, and Floyd Hardman.
Undated
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A-0669: Thatcher Music Company
Interior of the Thatcher Music Company. Mr. Gilbert, Thorp, and Young pictured.
1916
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A-0670: Logan City Offices
Interior of Logan City Offices. Employees pictured include the City Clerk: Elizabeth Parkinson; Book-keeping: Irvin (Steve) Hawkins; Treasury: Reuben Pedersen; Water Department: Warren Sahow; Electric Department: Leland Hailstone. Donated by Mrs. Heber Bingham, 1975.
1930 June
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A-0671: W. B. Parkinson
Dr. W. B. Parkinson standing next to his first car. Donate by Mrs. Heber Bingham in 1975.
Undated
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A-0672: Missing
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A-0673: Logan Garage and Supply Company
Two men and one woman next to two vehicles inside the Logan Garage and Supply Company located at 241 North Main Street, Logan, Utah. Donated by Mrs. Heber Bingham in 1975.
1914
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A-0674: W. B. Parkinson
Dr. W. B. Parkinson seated in his buggy in front of the Pioneer Drug Store, located at 33 North Main Street, Logan, Utah. Photo donated by Mrs. Heber Bingham in 1975.
ca. 1912
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A-0675: Fire Department in Logan, Utah
Fire men in front of the Fire Department located on the West side of Main Street between First North and Courthouse Square in Logan, Utah. Firemen include: N. W. Crookston, Dave Crookston, Joseph Knowles, Joseph Campbell, Andrew McKinney, Henry Hayball, Will Brown, Charles Robbins, George Fister, and a Mr. Farr.
1887
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A-0676: Hyrum Dam Celebration. Hyrum, Utah
A crowd of mostly men gathered around a speaker at the Hyrum Dam Celebration, marking the beginning of the construction of the Hyrum Dam.
1934 March 28
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A-0677a: Indian Graves
Black and white sketch depicting men on horses and one man disrupting an Indian's burial site.
Undated
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A-0677b: Snakes and Men Swimming
Black and white sketch depicting three men in river, one with a gun, who are unable to retrieve their clothing from surrounding snakes.
Undated
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A-0678: LDS Government and Church Officials
Group photo of LDS church officials and US Government officer's at Washington D.C. who were involved with sending relief to individuals in Europe shortly after World War II. Identifications include: Edgar B. Brossand (U.S. Tariff Commissioner), Abram H. Cannon (Classification Officer, Interior Department), Ernest L. Wilkinson (Attorney and member of a Stake Presidency), William E. Warne (Assistant Commissioner, Bureau of Reclamation), Joseph A. Anderson (Secretary to LDS Church President), Thomas E. McKay (Assistant to the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles), John A. Widstoe (one of the Twelve Apostles), Kenneth Markwell (Assistant Commissioner, Bureau of Reclamation), H. W. Bushore (Commissioner, Bureau of Reclamation), German S. Ellsworth (Assistant to the Commissioner, Bureau of Reclamation), George Albert Smith (President of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latterday Saints). Photo donated by Dr. E. B. Brossand of Salt Lake City in 1975.
1945 November 11
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A-0679: LDS Church Leaders and the Washington D.C. Temple
LDS church leaders standing in front of the Washington D. C. Temple, located at 16th Street and Columbia Road. The church leaders were in Washington DC to meet with President Truman to arrange for relief supplies to be sent to Europe. Identifications include (left to right): Joseph Anderson (Secretary to the First Presidency), John a. Widstoe (LDS Apostle), German S. Ellsworth, George Albert Smith (LDS President), Thomas E. McKay and Edgar B. Brossand. Donated by Dr. E. B. Brossand, 1975.
1945 November 7
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A-0680: View of Logan LDS Temple
View of Logan from the Brigham Young College looking East to the LDS Temple (four copies). Photo by C.R. Savage.
1885 May
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A-0681: Brigham Young College. Group of faculty and students
Group photo of faculty and students from Brigham Young College. Identifications include W. H. Apperley, J. H. Paul, Jacob Hendrickson, Frederick Parkinson, Lewis McCarry, Edwin W. Fifield, Lizzie McCarrey, George S. Daines, George W. Skidmore.
1893-1894
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A-0682: Union Pacific Depot in Cache Junction, Utah
Crowd standing at platform of the Union Pacific Depot in Cache Junction, Utah. The depot was constructed in 1890 and was demolished in 1975.
ca. 1905
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A-0683: Rigby, Idaho
Main Street of Rigby, Idaho looking east.
1908
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A-0684: Rigby, Idaho
Main Street looking southeast with both horse carriages and vehilces in Rigby, Idaho.
ca. 1921
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A-0685: Street Scenes in Logan, Utah
View of a street lined with stores and telephone poles in Logan, Utah.
ca. 1899
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A-0686: Weston Canyon, Idaho showing. The Standing Rock
Black and white lithograph entitled "Pass of the Standing Rock" depicting Weston Canyon, Idaho. Lithograph from the expedition report by J. C. Fremont.
1843
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A-0687: Camp of Geologist, A. C. Peale
A. C. Peale and others camped at Franklin Butte and the Northern end of Cache Valley completing work for the U.S. Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories.
1877
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A-0688: St. Mary's of the Flatheads
Sketch of St. Mary's Roman Catholic Mission established for the Flatheads in Montana as the Easternmost Roman Catholic Mission in the Pacific Northwest.
1840
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A-0689: O'Fallon's Bluffs, Nebraska
Sketch depicting a John D. Holladay Company wagon train along the O'Fallon's Bluffs on the Platte River in Nebraska. Artist, Alfred Lambourne.
1866
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A-0690: Larmie Peak, Wyoming
Black and white sketch showing a John D. Holladay Company wagon train along Laramie Peak from the Black Hills in Wyoming. Artist, Alfred Lambourne.
1866
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A-0691: Wagon Trains
Black and with sketch depicting a "forced night drive of Holladay PEF Company...to escape from Sioux" indians. Artist, Alfred Lambourne.
1866 August 30
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A-0692: Chinese Massacre at Rock Springs, Wyoming
Black and white drawing depicting the burning and massacre at China Town in Rock Springs, Wyoming.
1885 September 2
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A-0693: Chimney Rock, Nebraska
Black and white copy of an engraving of Chimney Rock in Nebraska by Frederick Piercy.
1855
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A-0694: Independence Rock, Wyoming
Black and white copy of an engraving depicting Independence Rock in Wyoming by Frederick Piercy.
1855
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A-0695: Military Scene
Black and white drawing depicting a battle scene with men shooting at unknown target.
Undated
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A-0696: Cattle Trade
Black and white sketch depicting cattle caught in a blizzard on the Great Plains.
1866
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A-0697: Charles M. Russell
Charles M. Russell painting in his studio. From Kelly Collection: Utah State Historical Society.
Undated
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A-0698: James Bridger
Black and white sketch of James Bridger (March 17, 1804-July 17, 1881).
Undated
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A-0699: Meeting of two Mountain Men
Drawing by Frederic Remington of the meeting of two Mountain Men.
1890
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A-0700: Louis Riel
Black and white drawing depicting Louis Riel (1844-1885) and indian prisoners captured by troops and presented to General Middleton. Louis Riel was hanged on November 16, 1885.
1885 May 15
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A-0701: Hand Cart Company
Black and white engraving of either the Willie or Martin Hand Cart Company struggling through a snowstorm in Wyoming. Text at bottom of photo reads: "The Hand Cart Train-Brigham Young's Divine Plan."
1856
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A-0702a: Police in Kansas City, Missouri
Several policmen in front of doorway in Kansas City, Missouri. Identifications include: Mike Lynch, Frank Sarver, Mike Gleason, Frank McNammara, and unidentified others.
ca. 1900
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A-0702b: Captain Clint Peoples
Texas Ranger Captian Clint Peoples dressed in uniform holding a revolver.
Undated
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A-0702c: Frank McNammara
Kansas City, Missouri policeman Frank McNammara dressed in uniform.
1890-1900
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A-0703a: R. C. Gray
Portrait of R. C. Gray, a policeman in Kansas City, Missouri.
1921-1925
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A-0703b: G. E. F. Groh
Portrait of G. E. F. Groh, a policeman in Kansas City, Missouri.
ca. 1915
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A-0704: Ardmore Police Department
Several policemen and Buck and Mrs. Garrett in a carriage in front ot the Ardmore Police Department. Ron Donoho Collection.
ca. 1905
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A-0705: Justice Court, Ardmore
Several men in the Justice Court in Ardmore, Indian Territory. Ron Donoho Collection.
ca. 1903
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A-0706: Charles Fred Lambert
Charles Fred Lambert at age 82, posed with badges worn through his service in the New Mexico Territorial Mounted Police. Ron Donoho Collection.
Undated
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A-0707: Leslie E. Snow's Home
Leslie E. Snow's home in Buffalo, Wyoming. Ron Donoho Collection.
Undated
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A-0708: Ardmore, Indian Territory Police Department
Group photo of policemen in the Ardmore, Indian Territory. Chief of Police, Buck Garrett is front center, others are unidentified. Ron Donoho Collection.
Undated
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A-0709: Sheriff Buck Garrett
Sherriff Buck Garrett in his office in Ardmore, Okalahoma. Ron Donoho Collection.
ca. 1915
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A-0710: Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chancellor
Portrait of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chancellor (Ardmore Constable and the parents-in-law of Sheriff Buck Garrett) in Ardmore, Oklahoma. Ron Donoho Collection.
ca. 1915
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A-0711: Justice Court, Ardmore, Indian Territory
Group of men in the Justice Court in Ardmore, Indian Territroy. Sheriff Buck Garrett standing right of the seated judge. Ron Donoho Collection.
ca. 1905
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A-0712: Robert R. Maiden
Robert R. Maiden at age 84, the last surviving member of the Colorado Rangers when photoed. Ron Donoho Collection.
Undated
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A-0713: Buck Garrett
Buck Garrett in his office in Ardmore, Oklahoma. Ron Donoho Collection.
ca. 1915
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A-0714: Buck Garrett
Buck Garrett, the Chief of Police in Ardmore, Indian Territory, his son, Raymond Garrett and his wife, Ida May Chancellor Garrett. Dog also pictured. Ron Donoho Collection.
ca. 1902
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A-0715: Edgar G. Murray
Edgar G. Murray, the Captian of the Colorado Rangers (also known as "King"), at Walsenburgh, Colorado after a coal strike. Ron Donoho Collection.
ca. 1928
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A-0716: Buck Garrett
Buck Garrett, Chief of Police, mounted on his horse in Ardmore, Indian Territory. Ron Donoho Collection.
ca. 1905
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A-0717: Judge Roy Bean's Single Acion Colt Revolver
A single action colt revolver, serial number 8054, belonging to Judge Roy Bean. Engraving on gun reads: "Judge Roy Bean Law West of Pecos." The revolver is now owned by Lester R. Perry of Merced, California. Ron Donoho Collection.
Undated
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A-0718: Bud Ballew and Buck Garrett
Bud Ballew, the Undersheriff of Carter County, Oklahoma, and Buck Garrett, Sheriff of Carter County, Oklahoma, shaking hands. Ron Donoho Collection.
ca. 1915
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A-0719: Leslie E. Snow and his Wife
Leslie E. Snow and his wife at their home in Buffalo, Wyoming just before his death. Snow served as Deputy Sheriff and a Deputy US Marshall in Cheyenne, Wyoming and is one of those instrumental in the conviction and hanging of Tom Horn in 1903. Ron Donoho Collection.
1952
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A-0720: "Death Valley" Scotty and "Two-gun" Charlie Benton
"Death Valley" Scotty and "Two-gun" Charlie Benton in Goldfield, Nevada. Charlie Benton served as Constable of Goldfield, and had other lawmen responsiblilties in Nye and Esmeralda Counties. Ron Donoho Collection.
ca. 1930
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A-0721: Matt Berg
Matt Berg, Sheriff of Box Butte County, Nebraska 1955-1962. At time of picture Berg served as the Deptuty Sheriff for Freddie Marsh (his son-in-law). Ron Donoho Collection.
Undated
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A-0722a: J. D. "Pop" Gray
J. D. "Pop" Gray, Peace Officer in New Mexico and West Texas, standing with gun in Hobbs, New Mexico. Killed in Hobbs, New Mexico. Ron Donoho Collection.
ca. 1930
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A-0722b: Charley Copeland, Zeke Crittendon, Dick Crittendon
Charley Copeland, Zeke Crittendon, and Dick Crittendon who served as Deputy US Marshals from Judge Isaac Parker's Court, Ft. Smith, Arkansas. Ron Donoho Collection.
ca. 1895
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A-0723: Leslie E. Snow
Leslie E. Snow smoking a cigar while holding a gun in hands and handcuffs in pocket, at his home in Buffalo, Wyoming, just prior to his death. Snow was instrumental in the conviction and hanging of Tom Horn in Cheyenne, Wyoming. Ron Donoho Collection.
1952
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A-0724: Ardmore, Oklahoma
Group of men in Ardmore, Oklahoma. Identificiaton include (left to right): Mr. Byrd, Bill Brooks, Sam Harris, Sheriff Buck Garrett, Fred Lyeatt, Counstable Horace Kendall. Ron Donoho Collection.
ca. 1920
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A-0725: Fire at Thatcher Opera House
The Thatcher Opera House on fire in Logan, Utah.
1912 April 18
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A-0726: Logan, Utah
Main Street looking north. Photo taken from bay window on second floor of Ricks Block, corner of Main and Center. Donated by Mrs. H. C. Hansen of Logan, Utah in 1974.
ca. 1899
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A-0727: The Amazon Mine
The Amazon Mine in Logan Canyon, Utah. Donated by Mrs. H.C. Hansen in 1974.
ca. 1904
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A-0728: Logan Fire Department. Logan, Utah
The Logan Fire Department on the way to fight a fire in Logan, Utah.
1900
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A-0729: Office Work
Unidentified man and woman at desks writing or typing.
Undated
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A-0730 through A-0731: Horse Show in Logan, Utah
Horse Show on Main Street in Logan, Utah. Donated by Mrs. H.C. Hansen of Logan in 1974.
ca. 1899
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A-0732: The Amazon Mine
Paul Spence drilling at the Amazon Mine in Logan Canyon, Utah. Donated by Mrs. H.C. Hansen of Logan in 1974.
ca. 1904
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A-0733: View of Logan, Utah
View of Logan, Utah from area near Boulevard and First North, just South of the LDS Temple.
ca. 1900
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A-0734: The Amazon Mine
The Amazon Mine during the winter in Logan Canyon, Utah. Donated by Mrs. H.C. Hansen of Logan in 1974.
1904-1905
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A-0735: The Amazon Mine
Five man mining crew, including John Broberg, at the Amazon Mine in Logan Canyon, Utah. Donated by Mrs. H.C. Hansen of Logan in 1974.
1903
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A-0736: The Amazon Mine in Logan Canyon, Utah
The backside of the Amazon Mine in Logan Canyon, Utah. Donated by Mrs. H.C. Hansen of Logan in 1974.
1904
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A-0737: John D. Holladay
Portrait of Captian John D. Holladay, born ca. 1805, arrived in Salt Lake Valley in 1847, and led Mormon pioneers across the plains in 1866.
Undated
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A-0738a: Wagon Train, "March Over the Bad Lands"
Woodcut depicting the 1870 Yale Expedition from Ft. McPherson to Loup Fork River through the Nebraska Plains. Text at bottom of illustration reads.
1871
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A-0738b: Yale Anthropological Expedition
Group photo of the members of the Yale Anthropological Expedition. Identifications include (left to right, top to bottom): J. R. Nicholson, George Bird Grinnell, James W. Wadsworth, O. C. Marsh, C. Wyllis Betts, Henry Ziegler, H. B. Sargent, John Wool Griswold, A. H. Ewing, Eli Whitney, C. Mc C. Reeve, James M. Russell.
1870
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A-0739: Flour Mills in Logan, Utah
Desert Mills at the North Branch of the Logan River in Logan, Utah.
ca. 1899
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A-0740: Park A Mine in Hyde Park, Utah
Park A Mine in Hyde Park Canyon, Utah.
1920(?)
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A-0741: Hyde Park Canyon, Utah
View looking up canyon showing buildings of the Park "A" Mine.
1920-1929
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A-0742: Hyde Park, Utah
Park "A" Mine buldings in Hyde Park Canyon, Utah.
1920-1929
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A-0743: Hyde Park, Utah
Aerial photo from USDA of Hyde Park, Utah.
1959
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A-0744: Richfield, Utah
View of a street in Richfield, Utah. Donated by Joanne Burnett, June 1975. Sterling Wright Collection.
1892 February 28
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A-0745: Wright Block in Richfield, Utah
The Wright Block store with horse and wagon in front in Richfield, Utah. Donated by Joanne Burnett, June 1975. Sterling Wright Collection.
ca. 1910
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A-0746: Home of Mrs. Henrietta Wright
The home of Mrs. Henrietta Wright in Richfield, Utah. Donated by Joanne Burnett, June 1975. Sterling Wright Collection.
ca. 1910
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A-0747: US Survey Crew
US Survey Crew in Alton, Utah. Donated by Joanne Burnett, June 1975. Sterling Wright Collection.
1911 July 4
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A-0748: Mountain Meadows, Utah
Monument constructed at the site of the Mountain Meadows Massacre. Donated by Joanne Burnett, June 1975. Sterling Wright Collection.
1911
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A-0749: US Survey Crew
US Survey Crew camp at Platt's Ranch. Donated by Joanne Burnett, June 1975. Sterling Wright Collection.
1911
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A-050: US Survey Crew
US Survey Crew camp probably in Iron County, Utah. Donated by Joanne Burnett, June 1975. Sterling Wright Collection.
1911
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A-0751: US Survey Crew in Modena, Utah
US Survey Crew loading luggage on a wagon prior to a survey expedition in Iron County, Utah. Donated by Joanne Burnett, June 1975. Sterling Wright Collection.
1911
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A-0752: US Survey Crew in Modena, Utah
US Survey Crew on two wagons moving camp in Modena, Utah. Donated by Joanne Burnett, June 1975. Sterling Wright Collection.
1911
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A-0753: US Survey Crew
US Survey Crew breaking camp near Modena, Utah. Donated by Joanne Burnett, June 1975. Sterling Wright Collection.
1912 November 1
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A-0754: US Survey Crew
US Survey Crew packing a donkey on Green River, Utah. Donated by Joanne Burnett, June 1975. Sterling Wright Collection.
1914 November
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A-755: US Survey Crew in Bunch, Arizona
US Survey Crew, including Sterling Wright, from Richfield, Utah, in front of tent with cameras at Bunch, Arizona. Donated by Joanne burnett, June 1975. Sterling Wright Collection.
1916 May
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A-756a: Hyde Park, Utah. Schoolhouse
Schoolhouse in Hyde Park, Utah.
1910
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A-756b: Newton, Utah
LDS Church building. Started 1887, occupied 1891, dedicated March 26, 1893. Burned January 8, 1929.
Undated
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A-0757: An Unidentified Hanging
An unidentified man being prepared for hanging while men watch.
Undated
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A-0758: Round Pond, Oklahoma
General view of Northwest Round Pond form Courthouse Square. Donated by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kennett.
1894
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A-0759: Auction at Anadarko, Oklahoma
Auction in progress in lumber company booth. Temporary bank buildings and the beginnings of a lodging house nearby.
1901 August 8
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A-0760: Evans and Sontag Gang
Several men before the almost dead John Sontag of Evans and Sontag Gang in California. Sontag was shot to death. He was not yet dead when this photo was taken.
1904 September 14
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A-0761: Lynching of John Haith
The lynching of John Haith after his particiaption in the robbery of the Goldwater-Castaneda Store in December 1883 in Tombstone, Arizona.
1884 February 22
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A-0762: Sunday School in Stoddard, Utah
Group photo of the Stoddard Sunday School in front of the church. Donated by Josephine Clark, 1975.
ca. 1905
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A-0763: Street Scene in Morgan, Utah
View of a street in the growing Morgan, Utah. Donated by Josephine Clark, 1975.
ca. 1905
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A-0764: Home of Lot Smith
The home of Lot Smith, "one of the most colorful characters in Utah's history", located in Stoddard, Utah. Donated by Josephine Clark, 1975.
Undated
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A-0765: Post Office in Morgan, Utah
Peole standing at the Post Office corner in Morgan, Utah. Donated by JOsephine Clark, 1975.
ca. 1878
Drawer 3
A-0766: Peter Rock, Sr. Family of Morgan, Utah
Peter Rock, Sr. Family in front of his home in Morgan, Utah. Identifications include (left to right): Peter Rock, Jr., Edna Rock, Laurel Rock, Mrs. Rock holding Laura, Peter Rock, Sr. Donated by Josephine Clark, 1975.
ca. 1873
Drawer 3
A-0767: Morgan High School
Students with teams finishing the grounds at the High School in Morgan, Utah. Donated by Josephine Clark, 1975.
1914
Drawer 3
A-0768: Funeral Procession in Morgan, Utah
Horse and buggy funeral procession before the UPRR water-tower in Morgan, Utah. Donated by Josephine Clark, 1975.
1906
Drawer 3
A-0769: Union Pacific Depot Park in Morgan, Utah
Union Pacific Depot Park and Commercial Street in Morgan, Utah. Donated by Josephine Clark, 1975.
ca. 1925
Drawer 3
A-0770: Residential Street in Morgan, Utah
Joseph Williams home at the top of the block along a residential street in Morgan, Utah. Donated by Josephine Clark, 1975.
ca. 1921
Drawer 3
A-0771: Street Scenes in Morgan, Utah
View of a street looking west on U.S. 30 North Morgan, Utah. Donated by Josephing Clark, 1975.
1920-1929
Drawer 3
A-0772: Pulpit Rock, Echo Canyon, Utah
Vehicle driving along road by the Pulpit Rock in Echo Canyon, Utah. Donated by Josephine Clark, 1975.
1925 Novebember
Drawer 3
A-0773: Red Devil Cement Plant in Weber Canyon, Utah
Red Devil Cement Plant at Devil's Slide in Weber Canyon, Utah. Donated by Josephine Clark, 1975.
1914
Drawer 3
A-0774: Joseph Williams Residence and Store
Individuals lined in front of Post Office and Joseph William's residence and store in Morgan, Utah. Donated by Josephine Clark, 1975.
1870-1879
Drawer 3
A-0775: Joseph Williams and Sons Stores
Joseph Williams and Sons hardware, groceries, and general merchandise stores in Morgan, Utah. Donated by Josephine Clark, 1975. Donated by Josephine Clark, 1975.
ca. 1913
Drawer 3
A-0776: Celebrations and Holidays in Morgan, Utah
Parade float on the fourth of July in Morgan, Utah. Amelia Williams dressed as Martha Washington, seated center of float. Donated by Josephine Clark, 1975.
1909 July 4
Drawer 3
A-0777: Morgan, Utah
Panorama showing the construction of US 30 Highway in Morgan, Utah. Donated by Josephine Clark, 1975. Donated by Josephine Clark, 1975
ca. 1900
Drawer 3
A-0778: Como Springs, Morgan, Utah
The Como Springs in Morgan, Utah. Donated by Josephine Clark, 1975.
1920-1929
Drawer 3
A-0779: Union Pacific Railroad Station in Platteville, Colorado
Man standing outside of the Union Pacific Railroad Station in Platteville, Colorado.
ca. 1910
Drawer 3
A-0780a: Corinne, Utah
Panorama of the railroad tracks in Corinne, Utah. Photo by W.H. Jackson.
1869 April
Drawer 3
A-0780b: Corinne, Utah
Panorama of buildings before the mountains in Corinne, Utah. Photo by W.H. Jackson in April 1869.
1869 April
Drawer 3
A-0780c: Corinne, Utah
Panorama of buildings in Corinne, Utah. Photo by W.H. Jackson.
1869 April
Drawer 3
A-0781: Brigham Young
Portrait of Brigham Young (1801-1877). Photo by Chas R. Savage.
1876
Drawer 3
A-0782: Daniel Sylvester Tuttle
Rt. Reverend Daniel Sylverster Tuttle (1837-1923) who served as the Bishop of Utah from 1866-1886.
1866-1886
Drawer 3
A-0783: Native American
Portrait of an unidentified Native American.
Undated
Drawer 3
A-0784: Golden Spike
The Golden Spike used at the ceremony of the completion of the Transcontinental Railway at Promontory Summit, Utah.
1869 May 10
Drawer 3
A-0785: Oxen Train
Line of oxen and wagon crossing an unknown river.
Undated
Drawer 3
A-0786: Union Pacific Railroad in Green River, Wyoming
Union Pacific masons laying rock for permanet railroad bridge in Green River, Wyoming. Photo by A.J. Russell.
1868-1969
Drawer 3
A-0787: Native in Hut
Unidentified Natvie American inside a reed hut.
Undated
Drawer 3
A-0788: Chielf Wolf Robe
Portriat of Chief Wolf Robe, a leader of the Cheyenne Indians.
1898
Drawer 3
A-0789: Family Farm and House
Man with horse and plow, woman with hoe, and small child with dog on rough farmland.
Undated
Drawer 3
A-0790: LDS Salt Lake Temple Construction
The construction of the LDS Salt Lake Temple in Salt Lake City, Utah. Photo by C.W. Carter.
1884
Drawer 3
A-0791: Paiute Warrior
Paiute warrior with rifle ready for shot near St. George, Utah. Photo by John K. Hillers.
1873
Drawer 3
A-0792: Collinston, Utah
Bear River Hotel and Bear River Bridge in Collinston, Utah. Photo by W. H. Jackson.
1872
Drawer 3
A-0793: Ute Indian
A young Uintah Ute warrior and his dog. Photo by John K. Hillers.
1872
Drawer 3
A-0794: LDS Church Choir
Group photo of the LDS Salt Lake Fifteenth Ward Choir.
1875
Drawer 3
A-0795: Ferry Crossing at Moab, Utah
Horses belonging to H. Allen aboard a ferry crossing the Colorado River in Moab, Utah.
Undated
Drawer 3
A-0796: Camera Party
Camera party , four men and two women, in Ogden, Utah.
ca. 1899
Drawer 3
A-0797: Mormon Tabernacle Choir
The Mormon Tabernacle Choir performing at a special concert for Utah Statehood.
1894 January
Drawer 3
A-0798: Mt. Lessen, California
Mt. Lessen in California. Photograph reads: "West side of Old Crater showing progress of New Crater toward West slope." Photo by P.J. Thompson.
1914
Drawer 3
A-0799: Eating at Camp
Crew of men eating outside by a wagon.
Undated
Drawer 3
A-0800: Wagon Trains
Mormon Wagon train camped in Echo Canyon, Utah. Photo by Chas. R. Savage.
1866
Drawer 3
A-0801: Wagon Trains
Ox-drawn frieght wagons traveling through Echo Canyon, Utah along side graded land for the Union Pacific Railroad.
ca. 1866
Drawer 3
A-0802: Methodist Church in Corinne, Utah
Methodist Church, constructed in 1871making it the oldest Protestant church in Utah, located in Corinne, Utah.
Undated
Drawer 3
A-0803: Deseret Store
Deseret Store (tithing store) located on the Northeast corner on State and Main Street in Salt Lake City, Utah.
1870-1879
Drawer 3
A-0804: Camp at Uinta Mountains, Utah
Camp of tie cutters for the Union Pacific Railroad in the Uinta Mountains, Utah. Ties were floated down the Bear River to the line of the Transcontinental Railroad.
1868
Drawer 3
A-0805: Railroad Construction in Nevada
C.P. crews laying railroad tracks across the Alkali desert in Nevada.
1868
Drawer 3
A-0806: Bitter Creek Valley, Wyoming
A camp for Carmichael, a major grading contractor for the Union Pacific, and his workers in Bitter Creek Valley, Wyoming (near today's Rock Springs, Wyoming).
1868
Drawer 3
A-0807: Railroad in Blue Canyon, California
The "Tea and Silk Train" voyaging along tracks in Blue Canyon, six miles West of Cisco, California.
1869
Drawer 3
A-0808: House, Barn and Carriage Scene
Black and white drawing depicting a house, barn and horse carriage.
Undated
Drawer 3
A-0809: California Mines and Mineral Resources
Two men at site of hydraulic mining in California. Photo by Andrew J. Russell.
1870-1879
Drawer 3
A-0810: Escalante Expedition Enters Utah Valley
A painting by Paul Salisbury depicting the Escalante Expedition, Spanish with Indian guides, entering Utah Valley.
1776 September 23
Drawer 3
A-0811: Telegraph Line in Weber Canyon, Utah
A crew building a telegraph line alongside the newly laid Union Pacific Railroad track in Weber Canyon, Utah. Photo by Andrew J. Russell. Donated by Harry M. Schleckeiser, December 1977.
1869
Drawer 3
A-0812: Union Pacific Railroad Clerks in Echo City, Utah
Eight Union Pacific Railroad clerks, including Dan Casement, in front of a building in Echo City, Utah. Photo by Andrew J. Russell.
1869
Drawer 3
A-0813: Wagon Trains in Wyoming
Family with two covered wagons, resting at a "Pioneer noon camp", while journying through Wyoming.
1866-1899
Drawer 3
A-0814: Native American Campsite
Several tepees and horses set up in valley.
Undated
Drawer 3
A-0815: Ox-train in Arizona Territory
A line of oxen pulling wagons to transport supplies through the Arizona Territory.
1883
Drawer 3
A-0816: Gold Panning
Marion Irving Fowler, George Hepburn, and Thomas McKee panning for gold at the headwaters of Placer Creek near Moab, Utah.
1897
Drawer 3
A-0817: Fort Laramie, Wyoming
View of the town and camp at Fort Laramie, Wyoming. Photo by William H. Jackson.
ca. 1871
Drawer 3
A-0818: Goldfield, Nevada
A freight train along the town street in Goldfield, Nevada. Photo by H. Allen.
ca. 1905
Drawer 3
A-0819: Stagecoaches
Stage-coaches labeled "Idaho" and "Montana" used on Utah-Montana runs.
1860-1869
Drawer 3
A-0820: Hanging in San Fransico
Drawing depicting the hanging of men Hetherton and Brace at the headquaters of the Vigilance Committee in San Fransico, California.
1856
Drawer 3
A-0821: Covered Wagon and Family
Family with their covered wagon traveling to an unknown destination.
Undated
Drawer 3
A-0822: Transcontinental Railroad
Union Pacific workers laying track in Nebraska for the Transcontinental Ralilroad.
1868
Drawer 3
A-0823: Union Pacific Railroad Workers
Large group of Union Pacific workers gathered around the paymaster's car in Promiontory, Utah. Photo by A.J. Russell.
1869 May
Drawer 3
A-0824: Union Pacific in Sherman Summit, Wyoming
One unidentified man next to the railroad near Dale Creek Bridge, the highest point on the Union Pacific line, located in Sherman Summit, Wyoming. Photo by Anderw J. Russell.
1868
Drawer 3
A-0825: Santa Fe Expedition
Black and white lithograph depicting a unit of the Army of the Republic of Texas encountering buffalo while on an expedition to conquer New Mexico.
1841
Drawer 3
A-0826: Wagon Trains
Black and white drawing showing a wagon train lined in a circle for protection while stopped for the night.
1869 June 5
Drawer 3
A-0827: Transcontinental Railroad
Supply train and wagons for the construction of the Transcontinental Railroad along the eastern shores of the Great Salt Lake in Taylors Mill, Utah.
1869
Drawer 3
A-0828: Native American Camp
An unidentified Native American camp with tepees and indians seated in conference with eachother.
Undated
Drawer 3
A-0829: Salt Lake Theatre
The Salt Lake Theatre playbill for the production number, "Bohemain Girl", with actors in costume. Identifications include (left to right): Charles Berry, Belle Salmon, Viola Pratt, Joseph Maynes, and Mellie Druce Pugsley.
1889 Januray 1
Drawer 3
A-0830: Transcontinental Railroad
Union Pacific workers laboring on a landfill at Sailor's Spur, California for the construction of the Transcontinental Railroad.
1868
Drawer 3
A-0831: Native Americans
A group photo of unidentified Native Americans, some in wagons and some standing.
Undated
Drawer 3
A-0832: Methodist Church Choir in Mercur, Utah
Group photo of the Methodist Church Choir in Mercur, Utah. Identifications include, on the front row: Charles Lewis (Pastor), Mrs. Ritter (by the piano), Mabel Locknour, Jessie Hall Sager, May Timmons, Tillie Atzbach. Back row: Lottie Ehlers, Mrs. Parsons, Belle Bryant, Elizabeth Atzbach, Jennie Timmons, Johnson (first name unknown), Parley Pratt, and Billie James, others are unidentified.
1890-1899
Drawer 3
A-0833: Ute Indians
A Uintah Ute warrior and his bride on horseback. Photo by John K. Hillers.
1872
Drawer 3
A-0834: Portrait of Native Americans
A studio portrait of five adult Native Americans.
Undated
Drawer 3
A-0835: Fort Douglass, Utah
View of Fort Douglass, Utah, the American Flag raised in center of the buildings.
1868
Drawer 3
A-0836: Fort Douglas, Utah
Man standing by cannon during the winter at Fort Douglas, Utah.
1860s
Drawer 3
A-0837: Round Pond, Oklahoma
Men at work making bricks at McDonald's Brickyard in Round Pond, Oklahoma. Photo by Robert Kennett.
1894
Drawer 3
A-0838: Transcontinental Railroad at Promontory, Utah
Union Pacific officers and crowd gathered for the Golden Spike Ceremony as the Union and Central Pacific Railroads joined in the completion of the Transcontinental Railroad at Promontory, Utah.
1869 May 10
Drawer 3
A-0839: Transcontinental Railroad
The Central Pacific Railroad at Secret Town Trestle between Colfax and Dutch Flat in Secret Town, California.
1866
Drawer 3
A-0840: Pyramid Lake, Nevada
Black and white sketch by Fremont depicting the Expedition to Pyramid Lake, Nevada in 1844.
Undated
Drawer 3
A-0841: Utah Territorial Officials
Group photo of the Utah Territorial Officials. Identifications include (left to right): Associate Justice Orlando W. Powers, U.S. Marshal Ireland, Governor Murray, Chief Justice Zane, U.S. Attorney Dickson, and Associate Justice Jacob Boreman.
1880-1889
Drawer 3
A-0842: Senator Thomas Hart Benton (1782-1858)
Portriat of Senator Thomas Hart Benton.
Undated
Drawer 3
A-0843: Railroad Construction
Railroad workers laying track.
Undated
Drawer 3
A-0844: Street Scene in Salt Lake City, Utah
A Wells Fargo and Company stage coach on Main Street alongside C. W. Carter's Photo Gallery in Salt Lake City, Utah.
1866
Drawer 3
A-0845: Mormon Emigrant Train
Wagon train of Mormon emigrants traveling to Arizona. Photo by C.W. Carter.
1879
Drawer 3
A-0846: Lake Tahoe, California
Three men with several horses logging at Lake Tahoe in California. Photo by C.R. Savage.
1880-1889
Drawer 3
A-0847: Overland Stage Line
Copy of an information card for the Overland Stage Line, managed by Ben Holladay, David Street, Paul Coburn, Nat. Stein, and Jo. S. Roberson.
1864
Drawer 3
A-0848: Phil Margetts and Asenath Adams
Phil Margetts and Asenath Admas from the Salt Lake Theatre shaking hands.
ca. 1900
Drawer 3
A-0849a-b: Amenzo White Baker
Amenzo White Baker (1832-1907) in front of his cabin in Mendon, Utah.
1860-1869
Drawer 3
A-0849c: Factories and Mills in Franklin, Idaho
Several people (possibly a family) in front of the North Star Woolen Mill in Franklin, Idaho.
1890-1899
Drawer 3
A-0849d: Home in Richmond, Utah
A double log house with a shingle roof in Richmond, Utah.
1870-1879
Drawer 3
A-0850: Rocky Mountain Glee Club. Echo Canyon, Utah
The Rocky Mountain Glee Club, a band of Union Pacific employees, performing on a platform before a tent in Echo Canyon, Utah. Photo by Andrew J. Russell.
1869
Drawer 3
A-0851: Promontory Summit, Utah
The Golden Spike Ceremony at the completion of the Transcontinental Railroad in Promontory Summit, Utah. Photo by Alfred A. Hart.
1869 May 10
Drawer 3
A-0852: Devils Gate, Wyoming
Men crossing the Sweetwater River at Devils Gate, Wyoming. Photo by W. H. Jackson.
1870-1879
Drawer 3
A-0853: Fort Cameron, Utah Territory
A sketch depicting the layout of Fort Cameron in Utah Territory. The photo is owned by Charles M. Lindsay of Beaver County, Utah.
Undated
Drawer 3
A-0854: Rendezvous in Green River, Wyoming
Sketch showing a rendezvous in Green River, Wyoming.
1834
Drawer 3
A-0855: Mission in Saint Maries, Idaho
Sketch depicting a Jesuit Mission Church for the Coeur d'Alene Indians in Saint Maries, Idaho. From Memoirs of Fr. DeSmet.
1842
Drawer 3
A-0856: Mines and Mineral Resources
Five miners at rest inside a mine at Park City, Utah. From the Utah State Historical Society.
1880-1889
Drawer 3
A-0857: Construction of the LDS Salt Lake Temple
Crowd gathered to watch the laying of the capstone on the LDS Salt Lake Temple in Salt Lake City, Utah.
1892 April 6
Drawer 3
A-0858: Union Pacific Railroad at Weber Canyon, Utah
Union Pacific Railroad tunnel workers, under the direction of Joseph A. Young, constructing Tunnel Number Three at Weber Canyon, Utah.
1868
Drawer 3
A-0859: Christopher "Kit" Carson (1809-1868)
Portrait of Christopher "Kit" Carson.
Undated
Drawer 3
A-0860: Golden Spike Ceremony at Promontory, Utah
Railroad workers gathered by the almost finished Transcontinental Railroad in prepartion to drive the Golden Spike. Photo by C.R. Savage.
1869 May 10
Drawer 3
A-0861: Boulder, Utah
Stake and rider fence in Boulder, Utah.
Undated
Drawer 3
A-0862: Camp Floyd, Utah
Soldiers at attention in Camp Floyd, Utah.
1859
Drawer 3
A-0863: Echo Canyon, Utah
View of Bromley's Stage Station with Pulpit Rock visable at right in Echo Canyon, Utah.
1869
Drawer 3
A-0864: Steamer "Harvest Queen"
Oregon Railway and Navigation Company Steamer, "Harvest Queen" on the Columbia River in Oregon. Photo by C.R. Savage.
1880-1889
Drawer 3
A-0865: Transcontinental Railroad Telegraphs
Sketch depicting the construction of the Transcontinental Telegraph.
1861
Drawer 3
A-0866: Pio Pico
Portriat of Pio Pico, the last Mexican Governor of California.
1845-1846
Drawer 3
A-0867: Yellowstone National Park
US Geological and Geophysical Survey of the Territories, conducted by F. V. Hayden, leading a pack train between Yellowstone and East Fork River. Photo by W.H. Jackson.
1871
Drawer 3
A-0868: Zuni Pueblo, New Mexico
Nine masked figures in the center of a square, prepared to dance. Spectators seated on the walls of a Zuni pueblo in New Mexico. Photo by John K. Hillers.
1879
Drawer 3
A-0869: Stage Station, Duchesne River
A stage station managed by Hartford (Harry) G. Clark by the Duchesne River. Identifications include: I. W. Odekirk (also mangaged the station), Hannah Odekirk, Preston Odekirk (infant in arms of Hannah), Harry Clark, and one unidentified individual.
ca. 1903
Drawer 3
A-0870: Logan City and Power Light Department
Elbow truck from the Logan City and Power Light Department parked on a street in Logan, Utah. Photo by Paul M. Willie.
1975 May 22
Drawer 3
A-0871 through A-0873: Street Scenes in Logan, Utah
Main Street looking North from First South in Logan, Utah. Photo by Paul M. Willie.
1975
Drawer 3
A-0874: Missing
Drawer 3
A-0875 through A-0877: Street Scenes in Logan, Utah
Main Street from corner of Center Street in Logan, Utah. Photo by Paul M. Willie.
1975
Drawer 3
A-0878 through A-0879: Street Scenes in Logan, Utah
Main Street at Fourth North in Logan, Utah. Photo by Paul M. Willie.
1975
Drawer 3
A-0880: Street Scenes in Logan, Utah
View from the rooftops at First South and Main Street, LDS Logan Temple in view at far right. Photo by Paul M. Willie.
1975
Drawer 3
A-0881: Street Scenes in Logan, Utah
West side of Main street between Center and First North in Logan, Utah. Photo by Paul M. Willie.
1975
Drawer 3
A-0882: Tabernacle Square in Logan, Utah
Tabernacle Square with Temple at far right distance. Photo by Paul M. Willie.
1975
Drawer 3
A-0883: Street Scenes in Logan, Utah
View from the rooftops on Main Street between First South and Center Street. Photo by Paul M. Willie.
1975
Drawer 3
A-0884: Street Scenes in Logan, Utah
West view of First South Main Street in Logan, Utah. Photo by Paul M. Willie.
1975
Drawer 3
A-0885: Street Scenes in Logan, Utah
First South Street East of Main Street. Phto by Paul M. Willie.
1975
Drawer 3
A-0886: Street Scenes in Logan, Utah
West view of Main and First South Street. Photo by Paul M. Willie.
1975
Drawer 3
A-0887 through A-0888: Street Scenes in Logan, Utah
Center Street West from Main Street. Photo by Paul M. Willie.
1975
Drawer 3
A-0889: Street Scenes in Logan, Utah
View East of Center Street from Main Street. Photo by Paul M. Willie.
1975
Drawer 3
A-890: Street Scenes in Logan, Utah
View from Main and Fourth North street looking East in Logan, Utah. Photo by Paul M. Willie.
1975
Drawer 3
A-0891: Street Scenes in Logan, Utah
View looking South from rooftops at Fourth Nourth and Main Street. Photo by Paul M. Willie.
1975
Drawer 3
A-0892 thorugh A-0894: Street Scenes in Logan, Utah
East view at Fourth North and Main Street. Photo by Paul M. Willie.
1975
Drawer 3
A-0895: Street Scenes in Logan, Utah
West view at Fourth North and Main Street. Photo by Paul M. Willie.
1975
Drawer 3
A-0896: Echo Canyon, Utah
Three women standing in Echo City and Bromley's Stage Station in Echo Canyon, Utah.
1869
Drawer 3
A-0897: Summit Stake Tabernacle
Summit Stake Tabernacle (demolished in 1971) in Coalville, Utah.
1970
Drawer 3
A-0898: Summit Stake Tabernacle
Interior of the Summit Stake Tabernacle in Coalvillie, Utah. Photo by L.V. McNiely.
1970
Drawer 3
A-0899: Fort Bridger, Wyoming
Fort Bridger, Wyoming.
1865-1875
Drawer 3
A-0900: Street Scenes in Logan, Utah
North view of Center and Main Street in Logan, Utah.
1912 October 15

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Container(s): Drawer Drawer 4

Container(s)DescriptionDates
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Drawer 4
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Drawer 4
A-0901a: Soldiers Camp
Large group of soldiers in uniform eating at camp.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-0901b: Lieutenant Z. M. Pike
Portrait of Lieutenant Zebulon Montgomery Pike (1779-1813).
Undated
Drawer 4
A-0902a: Budweiser Pack Train
Pack train carrying Budweiser Beer through Telluride, Colorado (desintation unknown).
1886
Drawer 4
A-0902b: Graves and Graveyards
Grave marker that reads, "A. H. Unthank, Wayne Co. Ind, Died Jul. 2, 1850" on the Oregon Trail.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-0903: Little Cottonwood Canyon, Utah
Stonecutters quarrying granite blocks for the construction of the Salt Lake Temple in Little Cottonwood Canyon, Utah. Photo by W.H. Jackson.
ca. 1872
Drawer 4
A-0904: Wind River Mountains, Wyoming
Black and white copy of a sketch of the Rocky Mountians by the Platte River in Wind River, Wyoming.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-0905: Clipper Ship
Black and white copy of a painting depicting a "clipper ship round the horn" on the ocean.
1850-1859
Drawer 4
A-0906: United States Express Company
A United States Express Company Stage, protected by African-American soldiers in uniform, in the Southwest.
1869
Drawer 4
A-0907: "American Progress"
Black and white copy of the painting "American Progress" depicting Manifest Destiny in the West. Artist, John Gast.
ca. 1872
Drawer 4
A-0908: Yosemite Valley, California
Black and white copy of a painting depicting a Natvie American family before the river and great waterfall, in Yosemite Valley, California.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-0909: U.S. Army Black Hills Expedition
Four men, one a Native American, beside a dead Grizzley Bear. Text with photo reads, "Our first Grizzley, killed by General Custer and Colonel Ludlow."
1874
Drawer 4
A-0910: Frank E. Webner
Frank E. Webner on horse as a Pony Express Rider with a second unidentified rider.
ca. 1861
Drawer 4
A-0911: Scotts Bluff, Nebraska
Three men on a buffalo hunt in Scotts Bluff, Nebraska. Engraving by Frederick Piercy.
1850-1859
Drawer 4
A-0912: Sutter's Mill
Sutter's Mill in Coloma, California.
1848
Drawer 4
A-0913: Gold Mines and Mining. California
Artwork depciting various types of gold mining (hydraulic, panning, sluicing, and cradle) in California. Print published by Currier and Ives.
1871
Drawer 4
A-0914: Gold Mining in California
Four scenes demonstrating gold mining opportunities in California. Caption above illustrations read, "How we get gold in California."
1871(?)
Drawer 4
A-0915: Leadville, Colorado
Black and white sketch depicting miners traveling through the newly constructed corduroy road through the Rocky Mountains to Leadville, Colorado.
1879
Drawer 4
A-0916: Campers in the Moutains
Two men camping in unknown mountains (possilby miners).
Undated
Drawer 4
A-0917: Comstock Mine in Virginia City, Nevada
Miner digging in shaft at Comstock Mine. This photo was one of the first American flash photos taken by using the glare of burning magnesium for light. Photo by Tim O'Sullivan.
ca. 1868
Drawer 4
A-0918: Gold Mines in California
California Gold Diggers-A scene from actual life at the mines.
1850-1859
Drawer 4
A-0919: Virginia City, Montana
Man panning for gold in Virginia City, Montana. Photo by W.H. Jackson.
1871
Drawer 4
A-0920: Virgina City, Montana
Miner with rocker cradling for gold in Virginia City, Montana. Photo by W.H. Jackson.
1871
Drawer 4
A-0921: Promontory Summit, Utah
Railroad workers gambling in the street of Promontory Summit, Utah.
1869
Drawer 4
A-0922: Gold Mining in California
Three sketches showing activities connected to mining in California.
1871(?)
Drawer 4
A-0923: Deadwood, South Dakota
Mining crew drifting for gold below Discovery Point in Deadwood, South Dakota. Photo by S.J. Morrow.
1876
Drawer 4
A-0924: Men with the U.S. Army cinching and loading a pack mule
Pack mule loaded with flour to provide food during General George Crook's Expedition into the Black Hill's. Photo by S. J. Morrow.
1876
Drawer 4
A-0925: Miners(?) at Camp
Sketch depicting two men cooking at a campfire.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-0926: Cattle Trade in Kansas
Four men loading cattle into train cars for transportation from Abilene, Kansas.
1870-1879
Drawer 4
A-0927: Cattle Round-ups
Cattle round-up of 999, S and G, and AU7 Ranches.
1880-1889
Drawer 4
A-0928: Cattle Round-ups
Cattle round-up on the Belle Fouche in Sturgis, South Dakota. Photo by John C. Grabill.
1887
Drawer 4
A-0929: Remudas
Men roping horses at T Camp in Cheyenne River, South Dakota for T999 and AU7 Ranches.
1890-1899
Drawer 4
A-0930: Branding Cattle in South Dakota
Branding cattle on a small ranch in South Dakota. Photo published by Grabill, P and V Comany in Deadwood, South Dakota.
1891
Drawer 4
A-0931: Cowboys in Colorado
Group photo of unidentified cowboys in Colorado. Photo by G.A. Kendrick.
ca. 1904
Drawer 4
A-0932: Cowboys
Cowboys on a round-up in South Dakota. Chuck wagon at upper center.
1880-1889
Drawer 4
A-0933: Round-up Cowboys in Sturgis, South Dakota
Round-up cowboys at their mess camp and chuck wagon on the Belle Fouche River. Photo published by Grabill, Sturgis, South Dakota.
1887
Drawer 4
A-0934: Survey Crews
Survey crews at camp and chuck wagon for dinner.
1880-1889
Drawer 4
A-0935: Roping and Changing Horses in South Dakota
Cowboys roping and changing horses at Remuda Round-up in South Dakota. Photo published by Grabill.
1890
Drawer 4
A-0936: Cowboys and Gray Wolf
Five cowboys holding roped gray wolf in Wyoming.
1887
Drawer 4
A-0937: Cowboy showing gear
Cowboy on horse in plains, probably Wyoming or South Dakota.
1880-1889
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A-0938: Cowboy and Longhorn Cow
Cowboy with roped longhorn cow on the High Plains.
1890-1899
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A-0939: Cowboys and Buffalo
Three cowboys with roped buffalo on the plains. Photo by John C.H. Grabill.
1890-1899
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A-0940: Cowboy Round-ups
Round-up crew at camp for mid-day meal, probably in South Dakota or Wyoming.
1880-1889
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A-0941: Cattle Drives in Kansas
Black and white sketch of a herd of Texas Longhorns driven through Dodge City, Kansas. Artist, Edward Rapier.
1870-1879
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A-0942: Cattle Crossing a Stream
Black and white sketch depicting Texas Cattle crossing a stream. Artist, A.R. Waud.
Undated
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A-0943: Cowboy Round-up
Cowboys at mess camp during a round-up.
Undated
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A-0944: Round-up at Belle Fouche River
Round-up on the Belle Fouche River in Western South Dakota. Photo by Grabill.
1887
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A-0945: Kelley's Saloon, "The Bijou" in Round Pond, Oklahoma
Several men with beverage in had in front of Kelley's Saloon, "The Bijou" at Round Pond, Oklahoma. Photo by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kennett.
1894 January
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A-0946: The Rush for the Promised Land. Oklahoma Land Rush
Sketch depicting several cowboys on the rush for land at the opening of the Cherokee Strip in Oklahoma. Caption on photo reads, "The Rush for the Promised Land."
1893 September 16
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A-0947 through A-0948: Anadarko, Oklahoma
The tent city following land rush upon opening of the Indian Lands for settlement in Anadarko, Oklahoma.
1901 August 8
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A-0949: Perry, Oklahoma
Large group of men waiting in line to file land shortly after the opening of the land of the Cherokee Outlet in Perry, Oklahoma.
1893 September 23
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A-0950: Round Pond, Oklahoma
Shopkeepers and customers in front of stores in Round Pond, Oklahoma. Photo by Kennett.
1894 January
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A-0951: Hazen, Nevada
Men gathered in front of the saloons and disreputable places of Hazen, Nevada. Photo by William J. Lubkin.
1905 June 24
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A-0952: Wild West Hotel in Perry, Oklahoma
Men gathered at the Wild West Hotel on Calamity Avenue in Perry, Oklahoma.
1893 September
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A-0953: Round Pond, Oklahoma
Three men in front of the English Kitchen Resturant on Broadway Street in Round Pond, Oklahoma. Photo by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kennett.
1894 January
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A-0954: Imperial, California
The first auction sale for land lots in Imperial, California. View inside the tent of the California Development Co. showing the prospective landowners. Note plat map of city.
1904 April 12
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A-0955: Round Pond, Oklahoma
Attorneys and surveyors in front of the US Land Office, west of the Courthouse Square in Round Pond, Oklahoma. Photo by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kennett.
1894 Janurary
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A-0956: Round Pond, Oklahoma
Men, women, and childern gathered in front of the Central Hotel in Round Pond, Oklahoma. Photo by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kennett.
1894 January
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A-0957: Orlando, Oklahoma
Eager land buyers at nine booths at the opening of land in Orlando, Oklahoma. 36,000 registered for land in Orlando at these booths.
1893 September 15
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A-0958: Cherokee Strip, Oklahoma
Sketch of the opening of the land rush at Cherokee Strip, Oklahoma. Artist, H. Worrall. Artist, H. Worrall
1893 September 16
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A-0959: Guthrie, Oklahoma
One man burdened by a pack on his back in search for a town lot in Guthrie, Indian Territory.
ca. 1889
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A-0960: Round Pond, Oklahoma
Men by wagon and the Furniture and Undertaking store on Broadway Street in Round Pond, Oklahoma. Photo by Kennett.
1894 January
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A-0961: Bisbee, Arizona
Gambling game inside a saloon at Bisbee, Arizona. Identifications include Tony Downs (part owner), a Mr. Doyle (a concert-hall singer), "Dutch Kid", "Sleepy Dick" (the porter), Charlie Bassett, Johnny Mruphy (dealer), Smiley Lewis. Photo by C. S. Fly.
ca. 1900
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A-0962: Wooden Jailhouse in Wyoming
A man standing and pointing to a wooden jailhouse in Wyoming. Photo by C. Hart Merriam. Photographer, C. Hart Merriam
1893
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A-0963: Exectuion of "Black Jack Ketchum"
The exectution of "Black Jack Ketchum" in Clayton, New Mexico.
1901
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A-0964: US Land Office in Perry, Oklahoma
Group photo of the clerical force and Deputy Marshalls at the US Land Office in Perry, Oklahoma.
1893 October 12
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A-0965: Peace Commissioners in Dodge City, Kansas
Group photo of the Peace Commissioners in Dodge City, Kansas. Identifications include (left to right): Charles Bassett, W. H. Harris, Wyatt Earp, Luke Short, (second row) L. McLean, Bat Masterson, Neal Brown.
ca. 1890
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A-0966: Central Pacific Railroad
Sketch depticting the Central Pacific Railfroad snowshed and tracks in the Sierra Nevada.
1869
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A-0967: Central Pacific Railroad in Omaha, Nebraska
A sketch depicting the Central Pacific Railroad chasing a herd of deer in Omaha, Nebraska.
Undated
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A-0968: Central Pacific Railroad in Kansas
Sketch depicting a train encountering and shooting a large buffalo herd on the Central Pacific Railroad tracks in Kansas.
1870-1879
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A-0969: Central Pacific Passenger Train in Utah
Sketch of a Central Pacific Passenger Train traveling through Monument Point, Utah.
1869
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A-0970: Railroad Workers
Men at work on railroad tracks.
Undated
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A-0971: Central Pacific Railroad in Nevada
"End o'tracks" campsites and worker of the Central Pacific Railroad in Humboldt River Canyon, Nevada. Photo by Alfred A. Hart.
1868
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A-0972: Railroad in Orlando, Oklahoma
The first train and wagons leaving the line North of Orlando to Perry, Oklahoma.
1893 September 16
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A-0973: Railroad Train Robbery
Artist drawing of train hold-up by western outlaws.
1890-1899
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A-0974: Railroad Construction
Chinese laborers at work for the Central Pacific Railroad in Sierra Nevada Mountains.
1867
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A-0975: Union and Central Pacific Railroad Line
An advertisement for the Union and Central Pacific Railroad Line.
Undated
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A-0976: Echo Canyon, Utah
Union Pacific Railroad grades in Echo Canyon, Utah. Photo by A.J. Russell.
1868
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A-0977: Promontory Point, Utah
Crowd gathered for the driving of the Golden Spike at the completition of the Transcontinental Railroad in Promontory Point, Utah. Photo by C.R. Savage.
1869
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A-0978a: Rock Mill in Millville, Utah
The ruins of a rock mill in Millville, Utah.
ca. 1949
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A-0978b: Relic Hall in Franklin, Idaho
Pioneer Relic Hall (previously the Oneida Co-op Store) in Franklin, Idaho.
1952
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A-0978c: Rock House
A small rock house in an unknown area.
Undated
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A-0979: Railroad Construction
Chinese workers constructing a Central Pacific Railroad grade. Photo by Alfred A. Hart.
ca. 1868
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A-0980: Adverstisement for the Union and Central Pacific Railroad
An adverstisement presenting the progress of the Union and Central Pacific Railroad.
1869-1870
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A-0981: Newsletter of the "Completion of the Pacific Railroad"
Newsletter informing the public about the celebration exercises for the completion of the Transcontinental Railroad.
1869 May 10
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A-0982: Railroad Construction in Nebraska
Workers laying track for Transcontinental Railroad in Nebraska.
1867
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A-0983: Completion of the Transcontinental Railroad
Crowd of men gathered around the Central Pacific and Union Pacific trains meeting on the tracks at the completion of the Transcontinental Railroad.
1869 May 10
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A-0984: Meriwether Lewis
Portrait of Meriwether Lewis (1779-1809).
Undated
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A-0985: Robert Gray
Portrait of Robert Gray (1755-1806) who discovered Columbia River, named after the ship "Columbia."
Undated
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A-0986: Mountain Man
Portrait of a mountain man with his rifle.
Undated
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A-0987a: Esther Morris
Portrait of Esther Morris.
Undated
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A-0987b: Baby Doe Tabor
Portrait of Baby Doe Tabor.
Undated
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A-0988: William Clark
Portrait of William Clark (1770-1838) in uniform.
Undated
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A-0989: Woods County, Oklahoma
Group photo of school children and teacher in front of their sod school house in Woods County, Oklahoma.
ca. 1895
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A-0990: Territorial University
The first building of Territorial University in Norman, Oklahoma.
ca. 1897-1898
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A-0991: Father Junipero Serra
Father Junipero Serra (1712-1784), the founder of the missions in Upper California.
Undated
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A-0992: Baptism in Grant County, Kansas
A crowd watching a baptism in the Cimarron River in Grant County, Kansas.
ca. 1898
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A-0993: Baptist Church in Rawlins County, Kansas
A Swedish Baptist congregation gathered outside a meeting house in Rawlins County, Kansas.
1891
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A-0994: First Episcopal Church in Wichita, Kansas
A First Episcopal Church congregation gathered in front of their meeting house in Wichita, Kansas.
ca. 1869
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A-0995: Presbyterian Church in Topeka, Kansas
A Westminster Presbyterian Church preacher at lecture during a Thanksgiving service in Topeka, Kansas.
1890
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A-0996: Going to Church in Kansas
A farm family in wagon headed to church in Kansas.
1890-1899
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A-0997: Religion in Kansas
A group of men, women, and a few small children sawing wood for the construction of a parsonage.
1890-1899
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A-0998: Sunday School in Oklahoma Territory
Group photo of a sunday school congregation in the Oklahoma Territory.
ca. 1900
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A-0999: Elderly Homeowners
An elderly man and woman in front of their wooden home, woman is reading while man is seated smoking a pipe.
Undated
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A-1000: "The Pipe of Peace"
A woman seated on her front porch smoking a pipe. Text on photo reads, "The Pipe of Peace."
Undated
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A-1001: Arizona Poker Party
Three men, John Doyle, Judge Brown, and Professor Burrison, playing poker outside the home of Doyle in Arizona. Photo by E.A. Ames.
ca. 1887-1889
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A-1002: Family Outside a Sod Home
A family outside their sod home in Nebraska.
1880-1889
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A-1003: Family Outside a Sod Home
A family outside their sod home with a shingle roof in Nebraska.
1880-1899 (?)
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A-1004: Family Outside a Sod Home
Man and wife with two small children outside their sod home in Nebraska.
1880-1889
Drawer 4
A-01005: Family Outside a Sod Home
Family in front of their sod home and windmill near Coburg, Nebraska.
1880-1889
Drawer 4
A-1006: Hancock Homestead in Sun River, Montana
A little girl feeding chickens on the Hancock homestead, a settler from Benson, Minnesota to Sun River, Montana. Photo by William J. Lubkin.
1910 June 23
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A-1007: Family Outside a Sod Home
A family in front of their sod house in Nebraska. Shows additional rooms added to first building. House has Timber roof.
1880-1889
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A-1008: Family Outside a Sod Home
A family in front of their sod home in Nebraska.
1880-1889
Drawer 4
A-1009: A Home in the Wilderness
A sketch depicting a family and home in the "wilderness." Published by Currier and Ives.
1870
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A-1010: Sandstorm in Midland, Texas
A sandstorm around a windmill and home in Midland, Texas.
1894 February 20
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A-1011: Family Outside a Sod Home
A family outside their sod home.
Undated
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A-1012: Constructing at a Sod House
Two men, one leaning on a tool, in front of a sod house. Man and buggy are to the side of the house.
Undated
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A-1013: Family Outside a Sod House
A man and his wife in front of his sod home.
Undated
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A-1014: Westward Bound
Two men and two women in covered wagon with team of oxen and two guns for protection.
Undated
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A-1015: Indian Attacks
An engraving depicting an emigrant train attacked by hostile Indians on the Prairie.
1870-1879
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A-1016: Oregon Trail
A painting depicting a wagon train approaching Chimney Rock in Nebraska while on the Oregon Trail. Artist, W.H. Jackson. Artist, W. H. Jackson
1959
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A-1017: Oregon Trail
A painting depicting a wagon train passing through Devils Gate at Sweetwater River on the Oregon Trail. Artist, W.H. Jackson.
1830
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A-1018: Wagon Train
A sketch depciting a wagon train to the West.
1860-1869
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A-1019: Great Salt Lake, Utah
A sketch depicting the first view of the Great Salt Lake Valley from a wagon traveling through the mountains.
Undated
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A-1020: Handcart Emigration
A drawing depicting a handcart company traveling to Salt Lake. Text at the base of the picture reads, "Mormons crossing the plains." From Balou's Pictorial (Boston).
1856 September 20
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A-1021: The Emigrants' Noonday Halt
A sketch depicting an emigrant man with an ax, woman seated while smoking a pipe, and two children, all resting at midday from traveling by wagon. Artists, Mary L. Stone and Sol Eytinge, Jr.
Undated
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A-1022a: Wagon Train
An engraving of a pioneer train with one family at camp.
1860-1869
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A-1022b: Council Bluffs, Iowa
A painting showing covered wagons traveling to a ferry on the Missouri River at Council Bluff, Iowa. Artist, W.H. Jackson.
1852
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A-1023: Wagon Train
Family in front of their covered wagon while traveling in Loup Valley, Nebraska towards the Great West.
1886
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A-1024: Wagon Train
A sketch depicting a struggling wagon train.
Undated
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A-1025a: Wagon Train
A drawing dipicting a wagon train at travel after the opening of land on the Sioux Reservation. Text on picture reads, The opening of the Sioux Reservation--the rush into the "Promised Land."
Undated
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A-1025b: "A Desperate Situation" Wagon Train
A sketch depicting a covered wagon in "A Desperate Situation", stalled by a dead or dying oxen. Artist, Charles Nahl.
Undated
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A-1026a: Wagon Train
A painting of a circle of covered wagons attacked by Comanche Indians.
1852
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A-1026b: Wagon Train
A painting depicting a wagon train protecting itself by gun from an Indian attack. Artist, William de la Montage Carg.
1870-1879
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A-1027a: Wagon Train
A drawing showing a wagon train crossing water along the plains.
1869
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A-1027b: Wagon Train
A sketch depicting wagons crossing water to escape a prairie fire.
Undated
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A-1028a: Buffalo Hunt
A sketch showing a Native American buffalo hunt with French subtitles
1868
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A-1028b: Native American Attack
A drawing depicting several Indians behind a fence preparing to attack a homestead in the distance.
1868
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A-1029a: Wagon Train
A painting of a family on and by a wagon train traveling through the plains.
Undated
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A-1029b: Wagon Train
A sketch showing wearied travelers on a covered wagon labeled "Pikes Peak" while crossing the plains.
Undated
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A-1030a: Pioneer Camps
A drawing of several pioneers resting for the evening at a wagon train camp.
1850-1859
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A-1030b: Wagon Trains
A sketch depicting a family in a covered wagon while traveling across the plains.
1871
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A-1031a: Pioneers in a Blizzard
A sketch depicting a wagon train caught in a blizzard, several cattle lie dead outside the wagon circle.
1869
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A-1031b: Pioneers in a Blizzard
A drawing showing a family caught in a blizzard while crossing the plains, the result appears fatal.
1887
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A-1032a: Pioneers in Wyoming
A wagon train of pioneers in Wyoming.
Undated
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A-1032b: Wagon Train
A sketch depicting a man on a horse before a covered wagon crossing a river.
Undated
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A-1033a: Camp at Wood River, Iowa
A drawing showing a covered wagon camp at Wood River, Iowa.
Undated
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A-1033b: Wagons at Council Bluff, Iowa
A drawing of wagons headed to the ferry on the Missouri River at Council Bluff, Iowa.
Undated
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A-1034: Ferryboat
A sketch of a wagon crossing the river on a ferryboat.
1873
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A-1034b: "Crossing the Pecos"
A drawing showing a wagon crossing the Pecos River.
Undated
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A-1035a: An Emigrant Encampment
A drawing of a rider before an Emigrant Encampment.
Undated
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A-1035b: Indian Attack
A drawing showing a furious indian attack on a traveling wagon company.
Undated
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A-1036: Ferries at PlatterRiver, Nebraska
A drawing of surveyores for the Pacific Railroad crossing the Platte River by ferrie.
1854
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A-1037: Gayville in Deadwood, South Dakota
Log cabins under construction at the first of the goldrush in the Black Hills at Gayville in Deadwood, South Dakota.
1876
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A-1038: San Francisco, California
A drawing of the bay at San Francisco, California.
1850
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A-1039: Across the Continent
A drawing depicting the Transcontinental Railroad connecting the continent. The drawing is entitled "Across the Continent: Westward the Course of Empire Takes It's Way."
1868
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A-1040: Panama City
A drawing depciting Americans converting canoes into shcooners on the bay of Panama during the California Gold Rush.
1849
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A-1041: Through the Pacific
A drawing depicting the Transcontinental Railroad and new settlement along its course "through [to] the Pacific." Published by Currier and Ives.
1870
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A-1042: St. Joseph, Missouri
A drawing of St. Joseph, Missouri.
1850-1859
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A-1043: Promontory, Utah
A sketch depicting the saloons, gambling houses, and tent shanties on the line of the Transcontinental Railroad through Promontory, Utah.
1869
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A-1044: Civil War Veteran's Parade
A Civil War Veteran's Parade in the streets of Ortonville, Minnesota.
ca. 1880
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A-1045: St. Joseph, Missouri
A drawing of the city, St. Joseph, Missouri.
1859
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A-1046: Perry, Oklahoma
Saloon area of a tent town classified as "Hells Half-Acre" in Perry, Oklahoma.
1893
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A-1047: Arkansas City, Kansas
Boomers camp waiting for the opening land purchase of Cherokee Strip in Arkansas City, Kansas.
1893 March 1
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A-1048: Street Scene in Tombstone, Arizona
Street Scene in Tombstone, Arizona.
1880-1889
Drawer 4
A-1049: Independence, Missouri
A drawing of buildings, covered wagons, and people on horses in Independence, Missouri.
1845
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A-1050: Oklahoma Land Rush
A family "holding down a lot" during the first of the land rush in Guthrie, Oklahoma. Photo by C.P. Rich.
ca. 1889
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A-1051: Street Scenes in Guthrie, Oklahoma
Harrison Avenue, looking East from First Street.
1893 May
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A-1052: San Francisco, California
An engraving depicting San Francisco, California. Artist, F.N. Otis and Engraver, W. Wellstood.
1928 March 20
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A-1053: Street Scene in Abilene, Kansas
Three men standing in a street in Abilene, Kansas.
1875
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A-1054: Deadwood, South Dakota
A general view of the city at Deadwood, South Dakota. Photo by S.J. Morrow.
1876
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A-1055: Indian Council in Seger, Oklahoma
A council of Cheyenne and Arapaho Indians gathered with an agent in Seger, Oklahoma.
1900
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A-1056: Hidatsa (Sioux) Indians
Painting of the Manitaries (Hidatsa/Sioux) Indian winter village in the Dakota Territory. Artist, Karl Bodmer.
1833-1834
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A-1057: Buffalo Hunt
A sketch depicting Natvie Americans on a buffalo hunt in the Great Plains.
1820-1829
Drawer 4
A-1058a: Jonas Joesph and his Wife
Portrait of Jonas Joseph and his wife, both Spokane Indians.
Undated
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A-1058b: Joe Moses
Portrait of Joe Moses, a Spokane Indian.
Undated
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A-1059: Wounded Knee Massacre
The battlefield of the Wouned Knee Massacre.
1891
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A-1060: Native Americans
A field of Native Americans huddeled in blankets seated on the ground.
Undated
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A-1061a: Navajo Indian
Painting of a Navajo Indian shepherd with a flock of sheep by F. Remington.
Undated
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A-1061b: Blackfoot Indian
Sketch of a Blackfoot Indian on horseback by Carl Bodmer.
1830-1839
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A-1062: Camp Supply in Indian Territory
Horses and Indians lined up at a camp supply station providing flour, among other supplies.
1871
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A-1063a: Sitting Bull
Portrait of Sitting Bull, a Sioux Chief.
Undated
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A-1063b: Big Belly
Portrait of Big Belly, a Cheyenne indian.
Undated
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A-1064: Wounded Knee Massacre
US Army soldiers standing on battlefield after the Wounded Knee Massacre on December 29, 1890. Dead bodies still remain on the ground.
1891
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A-1065a-b: Paiute Indians
Group photo of Paiute Indians.
Undated
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A-1066a: Chief Mountain
Portrait of Chief Mountain, a Blackfoot Indian.
Undated
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A-1066b: Blackfoot Indian
Portrait of an elderly Blackfoot Indian woman.
Undated
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A-1067: Indian and White Man Meeting
A drawing depicting a meeting between Native Americans and white men. The Indian Chief and White Offical are shaking hands.
Undated
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A-1068: Wovoka
Wovoka, a Native American from Mason Valley, Nevada, also known as Jack Wilson, seated on a chair. Photo by James Mooney of the Bureau of American Ethnology.
1891
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A-1069a: Bluebird
Bluebird, a woman Sioux Indian.
Undated
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A-1069b: Crow Indian
An unidentified portriat of a Crow Indian.
Undated
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A-1070a: Navajo Indians
Three Navajo indians seated on colorful rugs.
Undated
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A-1070b: Nez Perce Indian
Portrait of an unidentified Nez Perce Indian.
Undated
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A-1071: Indian Gathering
A sketch depciting an indian Chief instructing his tribe before a tepee.
Undated
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A-1072a: Indians from Laguna Pueblo
Portriat of three indain children from Laguna Pueblo.
Undated
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A-1072b: Native Americans
Portriat of two indian children.
1898
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A-1073: Pine Ridge, South Dakota
A Sioux Indian village along the Brule River bottoms in Pine Ridge, South Dakota. Artist, John C.H. Grabill.
1891
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A-1074: Arapaho Indians
Painting of an Arapaho Indian Ghost Dance. Artist, Mary Irvin Wright, painting based off James Mooney photography.
1890
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A-1075: Indian Warriors
A painting depicting a long line of Native Americans on horseback traveling through mountaineous terrain.
Undated
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A-1076: Hopi Indians
Three Hopi Indians from Oraibi on a trade mission to meet with Brigham Young in Salt Lake City.
1868
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A-1077: Boats in San Francisco Bay
A drawing depicting three Indians in a canoe on the San Francisco Bay. Artist, Louis Choris.
ca. 1818
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A-1078: Indians Hunting
A drawing of two indians hunting in San Francisco, California.
ca. 1818
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A-1079: California Indians
A drawing of five female Indians in San Francisco, California. Artist, Louis Choris.
ca. 1818
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A-1080: California Indians
Drawing of five male indians in San Francisco, California.
ca. 1818
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A-1081a: Indians from San Juan, Pueblo
Group photo of Native Americans, men, women, and children, from San Juan, Pueblo.
Undated
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A-1081b: Zuni Indian
A Zuni indian woman weaving a basket.
Undated
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A-1082a: Spokane Indian
An unidentified Spokane Indian woman.
Undated
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A-1082b: Paul Ogachin
Portrait of the Spokane Indian, Paul Ogachin.
Undated
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A-1083a: Pueblo of Laguna
A painting of the Pueblo of Laguna, New Mexico.
Undated
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A-1083b: Santa Clara Indian Wedding
Santa Clara Indian wedding at Mesa Verde National Monument.
1919
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A-1084a: Hopi Indians
Three little Hopi Indian girls.
Undated
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A-1084b: Circling Bear
Portrait of the Comanache Indian, Circling Bear.
Undated
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A-1085a: Wounded Knee Massacre
Military camp at the site of the Wounded Knee Massacre in Pine Ridge, South Dakota.
Undated
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A-1085b: Evintsigaip
Evintsigaip, a Paiute Indian, seated outdoors.
Undated
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A-1086: Chief Crazy Horse
Chief Crazy Horse, the leader of the Oglala Dakota Sioux and a significant figure at the Battle of Little Big Horn.
Undated
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A-1087: Black Hills Expedition
The US Army under command of General Custer during the Black Hills Expedition on the Great Plains. Photo by W.H. Illingworth.
1876
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A-1088: Black Hills Expedition
The US Army camp under command of General Custer during the Black Hills Expedition on the Great Plains.
1876
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A-1089: Fort Custer, Montana
The "Troop L", 1st Calvary (a unit of Indian soldiers only) completing saber exercises at Fort Custer, Montana.
1892
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A-1090: Black Hills Expedition
US Army camp at Hidden Wood Creek during General Custer's Black Hills Expedition. Photo by W.H. Illingworth.
1874
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A-1091: Ft. Laramie, Wyoming
General William T. Sherman and Commisioners in council with Indian Chiefs at Fort Laramie, Wyoming. Photo by Alexander Gardner.
1868
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A-1092: Fort Keogh, Montana
Off-duty soldiers in the post canteen at Fort Keogh, Montana.
ca. 1892
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A-1093: Fort Bridger, Wyoming
A croquet gathering, with "gentlemen, ladies, and children" at Fort Bridger, Wyoming Territory.
ca. 1873
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A-1094: Fort Keogh, Montana
Soldiers singing hymns on a Sunday at Fort Keogh, Montana.
1894 May 13
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A-1095: Fort Dodge, Kansas
Ralph Morrison, a hunter, killed and scalped by Cheyenne Indians, found by Lieutenant Read and John O. Austin, near Fort Dogde, Kansas.
1868 December 7
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A-1096: Fort Walla Walla, Washington
US Army General Frank Wheaton with other officers and their family members at Fort Walla Walla, Washington Territory.
1874
Drawer 4
A-1097: General George Armstrong Custer
Portriat of General George Armstrong Custer (December 5, 1839-June 25, 1876) at his prime.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1098: Cannon and Military Men
Several military men, including Native Americans, as part of the Famous Battery "E", 1st Artillery. Photo by Grabill of Deadwood, South Dakota.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1099: White Man and Indian Battle
A drawing of two men on horses shooting at Indians chasing them in the rear. Artist, Chas Scherryvood (?).
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1100: Fort Custer, Montana
US Army "Troop L", 1st Calvary (all indian soldiers) completing saber exercises at Fort Custer, Montana.
1892
Drawer 4
A-1101: Fort Bayard, New Mexico
US Army Sixth Calvary training at Fort Bayard, New Mexico.
1885
Drawer 4
A-1102: Fort Thomas, Arizona
US Army officers and family picnic under a giant catcus near Fort Thomas, Arizona.
1886 February 18
Drawer 4
A-1103: US Army, Troop "C", Fifth Calvary
Group photo of the US Army, Troop "C", Fifth Calvary who arrested boomers and squaters at the opening of Oklahmoa Territory for settlement.
ca. 1888
Drawer 4
A-1104: General George Armstrong Custer
Portrait of General George Armstrong Custer (December 5, 1839-June 25, 1876).
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1105: Bowie District System, Arizona Territory
Heliographic Station Number Three, Bowie District System in Arizona Territory. Heliography system used during the Apache Indian War.
1886 April
Drawer 4
A-1106: Pine Ridge, South Dakota
General Nelson A. Miles and Buffalo Bill viewing a Sioux camp near Pine Ridge Agency. Photo by John C.H. Grabill.
1891 January 16
Drawer 4
A-1107: The Last Shot
A drawing depicting an indian with tamahawk raised towards a white man on the ground firing the last shot.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1108: The Prairie Hunter
A drawing depicting a white man on horse running from indian warriors.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1109: Indian Attacks
A drawing of settlers in a cabin defending themselves from an indian attack by C.S. Reinhart.
1860-1869
Drawer 4
A-1110: Indian Attacks
A drawing of Indian warriors attacking Transcontinential Railroad workers.
1860-1869
Drawer 4
A-1111: Capture and Death of Sitting Bull
A drawing of the scene at the capturing and resulting death of Indian Sitting Bull at the hands of the US Army.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1112 through A-1113: General Custer's Death
Drawing depicting General Custer's last struggle before death at The Battle of Little Big Horn.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1114: Wounded Knee Massacre
The return of Casey's scouts after the Wounded Knee Massacre in South Dakota.
1890
Drawer 4
A-1115: Pine Ridge, South Dakota
US Army Officers in a tent by a fire during the Pine Ridge Campaign in South Dakota.
1890-1891
Drawer 4
A-1116a through A-1116b: US Army Soldiers at Camp
US Army soldiers at camp, possibly at Pine Ridge, South Dakota.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1117a through A-1117b: US Army Officers
US Army Officers at camp, possibly at Pine Ridge, South Dakota.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1118a: US Army Troops
US Army Troops from Wounded Knee.
1890-1891
Drawer 4
A-1118b: US Army Battery E
US Army Battery E from Wounded Knee.
1890-1891
Drawer 4
A-1119a through A-1119b: US Army Troops
US Army Troops marching by foot as well as on horse, possilby at Wounded Knee.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1120a: Wounded Knee Massacre
Gathering the dead from the battlefield after the Wounded Knee Massacre at Pine Ridge, South Dakota.
1891 January 1
Drawer 4
A-1120b: Wounded Knee Massacre
Battlefield after the Wounded Knee Massacre at Pine Ridge, South Dakota.
1891 January
Drawer 4
A-1121a: Wounded Knee Massacre
US Army Ninth Calvary headed to camp in Pine Ridge, South Dakota.
1890-1891
Drawer 4
A-1121b: US Army
US Army calvary, possibly at Pine Ridge, South Dakota.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1122: Custers Last Charge
A painting depicting General Custer's "last charge" before his death at the Battle of Little Big Horn by John A. Elder.
1884
Drawer 4
A-1123: Wounded Knee Massacre
Army officer on horseback on the battlefield, the dead still on the frozen ground, at Wounded Knee Massacre.
1891
Drawer 4
A-1124a: Kiowa Indian Camp
Drawing of an Indian lodge at Medicine Creek, Kansas-scene of the late Indian Peace Council by J. Howland.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1124b: Battle of Beecher Island
A drawing of the Battle of Beecher Island.
1868
Drawer 4
A-1125a: Battle of Sand Creek
A painting of Battle of Sand Creek in Colorado by O.Y Rookstool.
1864 September 28
Drawer 4
A-1125b: Nez Perce War
Drawing of a Nez Perce Indian War in Montana.
1874
Drawer 4
A-1126a: Battle of Little Big Horn
Lithograph depicting the scene of the Battle of Little Big Horn, "Custers Last Fight."
1876 June 25
Drawer 4
A-1126b: Reality on the Plains
Soldiers burying dead companions after a fight with Indians.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1127: US Army Calvary Pursing Indians
Drawing of a US Army Calvary chasing Indians on horseback.
1876
Drawer 4
A-1128: Battle of Little Big Horn
Lithograph depicting the Battle of Little Big Horn.
1876 June 25
Drawer 4
A-1129: Indian Attacks
A drawing showing the Nez Perce Indians attacking emigrants in Washington Territory.
1870-1879
Drawer 4
A-1130: Indian Attacks
Lithograph showing a white man shooting at Indians.
1853
Drawer 4
A-1131: Belle Star
Portrait of Belle Star (born Myra Belle Shirley, Februray 5, 1848-February 3, 1889) holding a pistol at Fort Smith, Arkansas.
1887
Drawer 4
A-1132: Bar Ranch
Bar Ranch, showing a gate like the one on which Jack Bennett was hung.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1133: Pinkerton Detective Chas. A . Siringo
Pinkerton Detective Chas A. Siringo on horseback.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1134: Sunday Herald Newspaper
A Sunday Herald Newspaper about a hold up by "Butch" Cassidy and "Black Jack" in Malta, Montana.
1903 January 11
Drawer 4
A-1135: Capital Wash
Capital Wash, a deep, five mile gorge along an old trail used by bandits.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1136: Train Car Blown by Dynamite
A man inspecting the remains of a car after being wrecked with dynamite.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1137: Murder of Bill the Butcher
A drawing of the murder of Bill the Butcher.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1138: Robbers' Roost Country
General veiw of the Robber's Roost country, showing Robbers' Roost Ranch. Loooking west toward Hanksville.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1139: Tom Davenport Ranch, Brown's Hole
Tom Davenport Ranch, Brown's Hole.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1140: Old Basset Ranch, Brown's Hole
Old Basset Ranch in Brown's Hole.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1141: Grave of Jack Bennett
Grave of Jack Bennett on old Basset Ranch, Brown's Hole. Photo by Charles Kelly.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1142: Colarado River at White Canyon
Crossing at the Colorado River from White Canyon.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1143: Brown's Hole
Brown's Hole as seen from the mouth of Jesse Ewing Canyon.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1144: San Rafael River and Canyon
The San Rafael River and Canyon near Mexican Bend. Below here, where canyon is deep and narrow is the eight-foot jump-off which the trained horses of the bandits took, but at which the horses of pursuing posses balked.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1145: Robbers' Roost
Typical rocky upland in Robbers' Roost region (high, deep gorges and "impassable" cliffs).
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1146: Graves near Davenport Ranch
Graves of two Mexicans killed by Sheriff John T. Pope near Davenport Ranch. Photo by Charles Kelly.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1147: Robbers' Roost
Evidence of the miles and miles of bare rock in the difficult terrain of Robbers' Roost.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1148: Robbers' Roost
Area used as a hide-out by Matt Warner and his bandit pals at the lower end of San Rafael River at Robbers' Roost in Southeastern Utah.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1149: Robbers' Roost
Typical mesa hide-out gorge in Robbers' Roost.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1150: John D. Lee's Home
The home of John D. Lee on the Colorado River at Lee's Ferry. Photo by Charles Kelly.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1151: Constantinople
Photo taken in Constantinople (Istunbul) from the Sultans Palace, Royal Terrace.
1975 November
Drawer 4
A-1152: Taj Mahal
Main entrance way to the Taj Mahal.
1975 September 20
Drawer 4
A-1153: Taj Mahal in Agra, India
The front view of the Taj Mahal in Agra, India.
1975 September 20
Drawer 4
A-1154: Kathmandu, Nepal
Outer perimeter of the Bodinav Stupa. The homes shown here are of typical Nepali-Tibetan construction.
1975 November
Drawer 4
A-1155: Kathmandu, Nepal
Smaller stupas next to the Bodinar Stupa in Kathmandu, Nepal. The wall in the foreground depicts the "Prayer wheels," inside the nooks in the walls. Foothills of the Himalayas can be seen in the background.
1975 November
Drawer 4
A-1156: Kathmandu, Nepal
The road to Bodinav Stupa, outside Kathmandu.
1975 November
Drawer 4
A-1157: Unidentified Man and Woman
Early portrait of a man and woman.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1158: Natanes Mountains
View of the Natanes Mountains, near White Mountain Indian Reservation in Northeast Phoenix, Arizona.
1975 February 8
Drawer 4
A-1159: Vida Thatcher in Carriage
Vida Thatcher and friend in a carriage in front of the Tabernacle in Logan, Utah. Gift of Leora Thatcher.
1898
Drawer 4
A-1160: Schoolhouse in Jensen, Utah
A school class in front of a schoolhouse with Uintah County School Supervisor, Mary Orser.
1902
Drawer 4
A-1161: Hotel in Salt Lake City, Utah
The Townsend House in Salt Lake City, Utah. Photo shows new wing virtually completed. No windows in upper floor yet. New wing completed and opened November 11, 1869.
1869
Drawer 4
A-1162: Rancher
A field of cattle with a rancher on his horse.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1163: Hotel in Salt Lake City, Utah
The Townsend House in Salt Lake City, Utah. New wing under construction.
1869
Drawer 4
A-1164: Group Photo
A large group photo, no identifications.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1165: Trenton, Utah
A group photo taken at a Thanksgiving party at a local LDS Ward House, mostly adults pictured.
ca. 1914
Drawer 4
A-1166: Trenton, Utah
A group photo of children taken at a Thanksgiving party at a local LDS Ward House.
ca. 1914
Drawer 4
A-1167: Indian Band
Five Indians and one other man involved in a band.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1168: St. John's Episcopal Church in Logan, Utah
Two photos of St. John's Episcopal Church in Logan, Utah taken by A.J. Simmonds.
1975
Drawer 4
A-1169: Threshing Machine
Men working with a threshing machine.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1170: Farming Equipment
Early tractor and carriage, with three individuals standing in front.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1171: Threshing Machine
Men working with a threshing machine.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1172a: Caribou City, Idaho
An old 1930's prospector cabin in Caribou City, Idaho.
1975 June
Drawer 4
A-1172b: Hydraulic Mining
A bluff washed away by hydraulic mining in Caribou City, Idaho.
1975 June
Drawer 4
A-1173a: Effects of Hydraulic Mining
Piles of boulders left after soil was washed away by hydraulic mining in Caribou City, Idaho.
1975 June
Drawer 4
A-1173b: Effects of Hydraulic Mining
Pipe used to carry water during hydraulic mining in Caribou City, Utah.
1975 June
Drawer 4
A-1174: Bear River Canyon, Utah. U.P.R.R. tunnel
Photo by A.J. Simmonds.
1976 October
Drawer 4
A-1175a: Caribou City, Idaho
Taken from bluff south of townsite. Trucks belong to field party of Idaho State Historical Society.
1975 June
Drawer 4
A-1175b: Caribou City, Idaho
Taken from bluff south of townsite. Trucks belong to field party of Idaho State Historical Society.
1975 June
Drawer 4
A-1176a: Logan, Utah. Public library
Photo by A.J. Simmonds.
1975
Drawer 4
A-1176b: Herman, Idaho
Last standing building in Herman, Idaho. Said to be a saloon. Photo by A.J. Simmonds.
1975 June
Drawer 4
A-1177a: Ricks Spring, Logan Canyon, Utah
Cave in Ricks Spring, Logan Canyon. Photo by A.J. Simmonds.
1975 March
Drawer 4
A-1177b: Ricks Spring, Logan Canyon, Utah
Sign describing Ricks Spring. Photo by A.J. Simmonds.
1975 March
Drawer 4
A-1178: Bear River Canyon, Utah
Top of Cutler Dam and view of Cutler Reservoir looking east from U.P.R.R tunnel. Photo by A.J. Simmonds.
1976 October
Drawer 4
A-1179: Bear River Canyon, Utah
View looking upstream from Cutler Dam.
1976
Drawer 4
A-1180: Bear River Canyon, Utah
Cutler Dam Powerhouse. Looking west downstream. Photo by A.J. Simmonds.
1976 October
Drawer 4
A-1181: Mendon, Utah. Bands
1st Row: Irvin Gardner, Orson Williams, J. Thomas Gittens, Frank Williams (leader), Philip Sorensen, Albert Mowry Baker, Jr., Harry Williams. Second Row: Alfred Hughes (Bass Drum), W.J. Sorensen, Robert Sweeten, Magnus Larsen, John Westover, Ole Sonne, Frank Leavitt. Band organized by Frank Williams, a tailor who also made all of the uniforms.
1880-1889
Drawer 4
A-1182a: Arapahoe Indian
An Arapahoe Indian man named Six Feathers.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1182b: Arapahoe Indian
Arapahoe Indian man named Painting Horse.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1183a: Shoshone Indians
A Squaw with Elk teeth ornaments.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1183b: Shoshone Indians
Group of Shoshone Squaws.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1184a: Gorasimp, Shoshone Indian
Shoshone warrior with revolver.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1184b: Indian named Sharp Nose
1st Lieut. Uniform.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1185: They came with pipes to sue for peace
Arapaho chief and sub-chiefs with James Irwin, superintendent at Fort Washakie. Note Black Coal's right hand with fingers missing. Front row: White Horse, Chief Black Coal, and Little Wolf. Standing: Iron, Irwin, and Sharp Nose.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1185b: Shoshone Squaw, standing
A Shoshone squaw standing.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1186a: Chief Washakie (1798(?)-1900)
Shoshone Chief Washakie
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1186b: Chief Washakie (1798(?)-1900)
Chief of the Shoshone.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1187a: Arapahoe Indian
Bill Friday, an arapahoe Indian.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1187b: Arapahoe Indian
A young Indian Maid.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1188a: Shoshone Indian
Shoshone Indian named Moragootch.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1188b: Arapahoe Indian
Black Coal, with head dress.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1189a: Shoshone Indian Warriors
Gorasimp, with revolver.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1189b: Shoshone Indian Warriors
Shoshone Indian Warrior named Wyka.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1190a: Three Indian Braves
Three Indian Braves with guns.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1190b: Indian Braves
These Pocatello Braves were photographed by C.W. Carter's Photographic Gallery and View Emporium, Salt Lake City.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1191a: Shoshone Squaw carrying a papoose
Portrait of shoshone squaw carrying a baby in a papoose.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1191b: Shoshone Squaw with Elk teeth ornaments
Portrait of Shoshone Squaw.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1192a: Shoshone Warriors
Portrait of two Shoshone Warriors.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1192b: Arapahoe
Arapahoe Indian named Young Calf.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1193a: Shoshone warrior with tomahawk
Shoshone named Naroce.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1193b: Indian Brave
Indian Brave named Godsiogo.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1194a: Chief Washakie
Photo showing Chief Washakie and teepees with Shoshone family.
1798-1900
Drawer 4
A-1194b: Chief Washakie
Photo showing chief Washakie and teepees with Shoshone family.
1798-1900
Drawer 4
A-1195a: Shoshone Chief Washakie in Council
Chief Wahakie in council with about a dozen others.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1195b: ArapahoeIndians
Indian School Children.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1196a: Arapahoe Camp
View of an Arapahoe Camp. Teepees in distance.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1196b: Group of Indian children
A Group of Indian children with teepees in background. Possibly in Arapaho Camp.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1197a: Group of Arapahoe Prisoners
A group of Arapahoe Indian Prisoners.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1197b: View overlooking an Indian Reservation [?]
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1198a: Five men in front of a train in winter
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1198b: Pulpit Rock, Echo Canyon
Train approaching Pulpit Rock in Echo Canyon.
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1199a: Denver Mining Town
Undated
Drawer 4
A-1199b: Main Street as seen from capitol Hill. Salt Lake City, Utah
Beginnings of temple in foreground. Walker Brothers bank two blocks beyond.
1870
Drawer 4
A-1200: Arrival of the first train in Salt Lake City
Walker brothers had already been doing a banking-by-mail business for years.
1870 January 10
Drawer 4
A-1200: Ox Train in front of Walker Brothers
Six to seven months consumed in bringing goods from Missouri River.
1868

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Container(s): Drawer Drawer 5

Container(s)DescriptionDates
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Drawer 5
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Drawer 5
A-1201: Ogden Sand Ridge
1904
Drawer 5
A-1202: Quincy, California
Western Pacific Railroad camp 34 below Quincy.
1908
Drawer 5
A-1203: Park City, Utah
Interior of the Ontario Mine. "Stopping off 1100 Drift."
1880-1889
Drawer 5
A-1204: Mormon Curch General Authorities
Back Row (left to right): Anthon H. Lund, John W. Taylor, John Henry Smith, Heber J. Grant, Francis M. Lyman, George Teasdale, Marriner W. Merrill. Second Row (left to right): Brigham Young, Jr., George Q. Cannon, President Lorenzo Snow, Joseph F. Smith, Franklin D. Richards. Front (seated left to right): Mattias Cowley, A. Owen Woodruff. Missing: Rudger Clawson.
1898-1901
Drawer 5
A-1205: Helena, Montana
Stagecoach. Photo by L.H. Jorud.
1870-1879
Drawer 5
A-1206: Wagon Train
Mitchell Pass near Scott's Bluff, Nebraska in the 1850s. Painting by William Henry Jackson in 1936.
1936
Drawer 5
A-1207: Weber Canyon, Utah
First bridge to span Weber River at Devil's Gate. Bridge washed out, early May 1869, trapping U.P. officials on east side and delaying driving of the Golden Spike. Photo by A.J. Russell.
1869
Drawer 5
A-1208: Huntington, Oregon
Oregon Shortline Railroad engine 314 at railroad yards in Huntingon.
1898
Drawer 5
A-1209: Utah Central Railroad
Picture is copy of what is claimed to be only photo of first train to enter Salt Lake City. Photo taken at 11:15 am, January 10, 1870, after train had left Ogden and was nearing Farmington. (Date questionable, for Mountains show no snow). Robert Bolt (at door of cab) engineer John Reeve (on front step of passenger car). Agent for U.C.R.R.
1870
Drawer 5
A-1210: Pony Express, Overland Telegraph
Engraving based upon George M. Ottinger painting. From Harper's Weekly, 1861.
1861
Drawer 5
A-1211: Weber Canyon, Utah
Construction train on Devils Gate Bridge, June or July. Photo by William Henry Jackson.
1869
Drawer 5
A-1212: Brigham City, Utah
Looking east from the tower of the Box Elder County Courthouse.
1880-1889
Drawer 5
A-1213: John Wesley Powell (1843-1902)
Engraving 1870s from Frank Weslee's Illustrated Newspaper.
1870-1879
Drawer 5
A-1214: Portrait of John Wesley Powell (1843-1902)
1890-1899
Drawer 5
A-1215: Fort Douglas, Utah
Painting in officers club showing return of the California Volunteers from the Battle of Bear River. Col. P.E. Connor and Porter Rockwell shown on horseback, center of photo.
1863 January
Drawer 5
A-1216: Salt Lake City, Utah
Lion House and Beehive House. Homes of Brigham Young. Photo by C.R. Savage.
1890-1899
Drawer 5
A-1217: Cove, Utah. Schools
District school and student body.
1899
Drawer 5
A-1218: Salt Lake City, Utah
Composite photo 1865-1892 Showing construction of the Salt Lake Temple. Photo by Charles W. Carter.
Undated
Drawer 5
A-1219: Salt Lake City, Utah
Salt Lake Temple.
1930-1939
Drawer 5
A-1220: Winter Quarters, Utah (Scofield)
Steam Sawmill at Winter Quarters.
1870-1879
Drawer 5
A-1221: Winter Quarters, Utah (Scofield)
Sawmill and logging camp.
1870-1879
Drawer 5
A-1222: Seth Millington Blair
B. March 15, 1819. D. March 17, 1975.
Undated
Drawer 5
A-1223a: Gall. A Hunkpapa sioux
Three-quarter length, seated, holding bow and arrow. Photographed by David F. Berry, 1881.
1881
Drawer 5
A-1223b: Geronimo, Chiricahua, an Apache Indian
Phtographed by Ben Wittick.
1887
Drawer 5
A-1224: Salt Lake City, Utah
View of the State Capitol Building.
1920-1929
Drawer 5
A-1225a: Kaibab Paiute Indian Woman
Indian woman grinding grass seed at the door of her hut. Photo by John K. Hillers, 1873.
1873
Drawer 5
A-1225b: An Indian named Kicking Bird
A Kiowa Chief and grandson of a Crow captive. Photo by William S. Soule.
1868-1874
Drawer 5
A-1226a: Las Vegas Paiute men gambling
Photo by John K. Hillers, 1873.
1873
Drawer 5
A-1226b: Kiowa Dancer
Undated
Drawer 5
A-1227a: Samuel Houston
B. March 2, 1793. D. July 25, 1863. Photo as governor of Texas in 1861.
1861
Drawer 5
A-1227b: Samuel Houston
Photo as a young man in the costume of a Cherokee Indian Chief.
Undated
Drawer 5
A-1228: Farmington, Utah
Girstmill built ca. 1852 by Willard Richards. Today (1975) Heidelberg Restaurant.
Undated
Drawer 5
A-1229: Great Northern Railway
String of new Jumbo covered hopper cars just delivered to Great Northern at Minneopolis. Shown switched to siding to be loaded with grain.
1966
Drawer 5
A-1230: Franklin Spencer Spalding (1865-1914)
Third Bishop of Utah (Episcopal).
1904-1914
Drawer 5
A-1231a: Stephen Fuller Austin
Lived from November 3, 1793-December 27, 1836. Established first American colonies in Texas.
Undated
Drawer 5
A-1231b: John C. Hays
Died 1861. Founder of Texas Rangers. First Sheriff in San Francisco, California.
Undated
Drawer 5
A-1232a: Nathaniel Jarvis Wyeth
Lived from 1802-1856. Founder of Fort Hall.
Undated
Drawer 5
A-1232b: James Wilson Marshall
Lived from 1812-1855. Discovered gold at Sutter's Mill, California on January 24, 1848.
Undated
Drawer 5
A-1233a: Kaibab Paiute Indian
"The arrow-maker and his daughter." Photo by John K. Hillers, 1873.
1873
Drawer 5
A-1233b: Portrait of Young Indian boy
Undated
Drawer 5
A-1234a: Portrait of Indian man
Undated
Drawer 5
A-1234b: Kaibab Paiute Indians
"Women water Carriers." Photo by John K. Hillers.
1873
Drawer 5
A-1235: Montpelier, Idaho.
District School Student body. Gift of Barbara Grandy, November 1975, Montpelier, Idaho.
1870-1879
Drawer 5
A-1236: Montpelier, Idaho
Sam Bancroft (w. derby) and friends. Sam's father was O.S.L. official. Bancroft, Idaho was named for him. Gift of Barbara Grandy, 1975, Montpelier, Idaho.
1890-1899
Drawer 5
A-1237: Montpelier, Idaho. Railroads
Coal Chute Collapse Oregon Short Line Railroad Coal Yards. Gift of Barbara Grandy, November 1975, Montpelier, Idaho.
1910
Drawer 5
A-1238: Montpelier, Idaho. Railroads
Oregon Short Line Railroad coal chute collapse in R.R. Yard. Gift of Barbara Grandy, November 1975, Montpelier, Idaho.
1909
Drawer 5
A-1239: Montpelier, Idaho. Railroads
O.S.L. Railroad yard coal chute collapse. Gift of Barbara Grandy, November 1975, Montpelier, Idaho.
1909
Drawer 5
A-1240: Montpelier, Idaho. Railroad Crashes
Oregon Shortline R.R. head-on collison. Pete Lang and George Pierson killed in this wreck. Gift of Barbara Grandy, November 1975, Montpelier, Idaho.
1905
Drawer 5
A-1241: Montpelier, Idaho. Railroad Crashes
Oregon Short Line R.R. head-on collison. Pete Hang and George Pierson killed in this wreck. Gift of Barbara Grandy, November 1975, Montpelier, Idaho.
1905
Drawer 5
A-1242: Train Wreck near Montpelier, Idaho
Oregon Short Line Railroad Engine 590 wrecked. Gift of Barbara Grandy, November 1975, Montpelier, Idaho.
1905
Drawer 5
A-1243: Train Wreck near Montpelier, Idaho
Oregon Short Line Railroad Engine 590 wrecked. Gift of Barbara Grandy, November 1975, Montpelier, Idaho.
1905
Drawer 5
A-1244: Scofield, Utah
Main street. Gift of J.R. Allred, November 1975.
1913
Drawer 5
A-1245: Chester, Utah
Redick R. Allred home and farmstead. Gift of J.R. Allred, November 1975.
1895
Drawer 5
A-1246: Nephi, Utah. Houses
Henry Allred Home. Photo by Alma Chase. Gift of J.R. Allred, November 1975.
1910
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A-1247: Moroni, Utah
Jacob Alber Cloward Home. Gift of J.R. Allred, November 1975.
1890-1899
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A-1248: Logan, Utah
Logan City Fire Department-210 North Main Street. Built 1895 for horse drawn equipment. Photo shows new mechanically-driven fire trucks. Building remodeled in 1913 for trucks. Building used until January 1974 when Logan-Cache Fire Department moved to new quarters at 76 East 2nd South. Gift of Richard L. Wright.
1923-1924
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A-1249: Logan, Utah
Logan City Fire Department 210 North Main Street. Built 1895, remodeled 1913 when fire department went to mechanically driven fire trucks. Building used until January 1974 when Fire Department moved to new quarters at 76 East 2nd North. Gift of Richard L. Wright.
1923-1924
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A-1250: Logan, Utah
Circus Parade. Probably Sells-Floto Circus parade through Logan, 10:30 a.m. Band Wagon on Main Street.
1907 May 21 (?)
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A-1251: Logan, Utah
Caged tiger in circus parade. West on First North Street, 10:30 a.m. Probably Sells-Floto Circus.
1906 May 21 (?)
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A-1252: Logan, Utah
Parade of camels west on First North Street, 10:30 a.m. Probably Sells-Floto Circus.
1907 May 21 (?)
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A-1253: Logan, Utah
Parade of elephants west on First North Street, 10:30 a.m. Probably Sells-Floto Circus.
1907 May 21
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A-1254: Celebrations and Holidays in Logan, Utah
Semi Centennial Celebration, May 6, 1909. Shoshone Indian on Tabernacle grounds.
1909 May 6
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A-1255: Celebrations and Holidays in Logan, Utah
Semi-Centennial Celebration, May 6, 1909. Indian child at Tepee entrance in camp on Tabernacle Square.
1909 May 6
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A-1256: Celebrations and Holidays in Logan, Utah
Semi-Centennial Celebration, May 6, 1909. Shoshone child near Tepee at Tabernacle Square.
1909 May 6
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A-1257: Celebrations and Holidays in Logan, Utah
Semi-Centennial Celebration, May 6, 1909. Tepee pitched on Tabernacle Square.
1909 May 6
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A-1258: Celebrations and Holidays in Logan, Utah
Semi-Centennial Celebration My 6, 1909. Shoshone mother carrying child on back in camp on Tabernacle Square.
1909 May 6
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A-1259: Celebrations and Holidays in Logan, Utah
Semi-centennial Celebration, May 6, 1909. Shoshone camp on Tabernacle Square.
1909 May 6
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A-1260: Celebrations and Holidays in Logan, Utah
Semi-centennial Celebration, May 6, 1909. Indian families watching parade.
1909 May 6
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A-1261: Celebrations and Holidays in Logan, Utah
Semi-centennial Celebration, May 6, 1909. Shoshone women sitting in camp on Tabernacle Square. Crowd of men and boys watching them.
1909 May 6
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A-1262: Celebrations and Holidays in Logan, Utah
Semi-centennial Celebration, May 6, 1909. Shoshone women, robed and blanketed, walking across Tabernacle Square.
1909 May 6
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A-1263: Celebrations and Holidays in Logan, Utah
Semi-centennial Celebration, May 6, 1909. Agricultural College band leads parade down Main Street.
1909 May 6
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A-1264: Celebrations and Holidays in Logan, Utah
Semi-centennial Celebration, May 6, 1909. Mounted Indians from Washakie ride in parade.
1909 May 6
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A-1265: Celebrations and Holidays in Logan, Utah
Semi-centennial Celebration, May 6, 1909. Shoshone Indians in parade.
1909 May 6
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A-1266: Celebrations and Holidays in Logan, Utah
Semi-centennial Celebration, May 6, 1909. Shoshone women marching in parade.
1909 May 6
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A-1267: Celebrations and Holidays in Logan, Utah
Semi-centennial Celebration, May 6, 1909. Ox-drawn wagon and boy with sheep-drawn cart. Entries in parade.
1909 May 6
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A-1268: Celebrations and Holidays in Logan, Utah
Semi-centennial Celebration, May 6, 1909. Military Science cadets marching in parade.
1909 May 6
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A-1269: Celebrations and Holidays in Logan, Utah
Semi-centennial Celebration, May 6, 1909. School children march as last entry in parade. View looking south down Main Street from in front of courthouse.
1909 May 6
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A-1270: Celebrations and Holidays in Logan, Utah
Semi-centennial Celebration, May 6, 1909. School children march as last entry in parade. View looking Northwest across Main Street.
1909 May 6
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A-1271: Celebrations and Holidays in Logan, Utah
Semi-centennial Celebration, May 6, 1909. School children and pupils of the New Jersey Academy march in parade.
1909 May 6
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A-1272: Montpelier, Idaho. Views
Picture taken from hill looking west down Washington Street.
1936
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A-1273: Montpelier, Idaho. Views
Picture taken from hill lookng west down Washington Street.
1926
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A-1274: Montpelier, Idaho. Street Scenes
Washington Street, looking west from 8th Street.
1928
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A-1275: Montpelier, Idaho. Street Scenes
North side of Washington Street west from 8th Street.
1923
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A-1276: Montpelier, Idaho. Street scenes
North side Washington Street looking west from 8th Street.
1936
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A-1277: Montpelier, Idaho. Tabernacle
Upper Main Street showing Tabernacle.
1926
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A-1278: Thomas Fork Valley
Horse-power thresher and threshing crew. Gift of Zelda Evans, 1976 Montpelier, Idaho.
1895
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A-1279a: Thomas Fork valley, Idaho
Family in buggy, August 18,1918, driving through field of dry farm Turkey Red Wheat. Field produced 33 bushels to the acre. J.W. Cook Ranch. Gift of Zelda Evans, 1976, Montpelier, Idaho.
1918 August 8
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A-1279b: Heading wheat, J.W. Cook Ranch
Gift of Zelda Evans, 1976, Montpelier, Idaho.
1918 September
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A-1280: Border, Idaho
Mogul tractor used for threshing wheat. Farm of J.W. Cook, October, 1920. Gift of Zelda Evans, 1976, Montpelier, Idaho.
1920 October
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A-1281: Bear Lake, Idaho
Dredge barge at Camp Lifton. Dredge used by the Utah Power and Light company to dig and mountain the Bear Lake Outlet Canal connecting the lake with Bear River. Gift of Zelda Evans, 1976, Montpelier, Idaho.
1919
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A-1282: Montpelier, Idaho
Return of Bear Lake Company soldiers from World War I. March through downtown Montpelier. Gift of Zelda Evans, 1976, Montpelier, Idaho.
1919
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A-1283: Paris, Idaho
Crowd at Tabernacle for the dedication of the monument in honor of Apostle Charles C. Rich. Gift of Zelda Evans, 1976, Montperlier, Idaho.
1937 August
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A-1284a: Telluride, Colorado
Kindergarten class at Telluride, 1903. Teachers Miss Endicott, Miss West (at the piano). Gift of Zelda Evans, 1976, Montpelier, Idaho.
1903
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A-1284b: Telluride, Colorado, Views
Originally produced on an advertising brochure for the Cosmopolitan Restaurant, Christmas, 1900. Gift of Zelda Evans, 1976, Montpelier, Idaho.
1900
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A-1285: John Augustus Carlson Family of Logan, Utah
Left to Right Standing: Carl H., Hilda (Allred), Vera, Elva (Tueller), John W. Seated: Mayme (Schwaneveldt), Alvin, John A. Carlson, Venice (Tidwell), Anna Lundstrom Carlson, Ada (Garn), Olga (Brown). Gift of Virginia C. Parker, 1976.
Undated
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A-1286: Logan, Utah. Churches
Vestry of St. John's Episcopal Church, installed, All Saint's Day, 1975. Left to Right: A.J. Simmonds, clerk of the Vestry; Lawrence S. Davis; Norman Langdon, Junior Warden; Mary A. Washington, Senior Warden; Roger A. Richard, Seminarian-in-charge; Kim Maibaum; Kate Welkie.
1975
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A-1287: Threshing in Grouse Creek, Utah
1911
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A-1288: Monument Point
Train carrying Governor Stanford and party to Promontory Summit for the driving of the Golden Spike. Emigrant wagons heading west. Train pulled by Engine Jupiter.
1869
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A-1289: Temple Sawmill, Temple Fork, Logan Canyon
Mill began operation, November 4, 1877, burned, February 1886.
1880
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A-1290: Railroad Construction, Nevada. Central Pacific R.R
Chinese camp and gen'l supt. Strobridge's work train. Photo by Alfred A. Hart, Official photographer, Central Pacific.
1868
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A-1291: Unidentified barn
Undated
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A-1292: Blue Creek, Utah. Farm Scenes
Home-made "clod crusher" being used on newly broken-up dry farm land.
1913
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A-1293: Blue Creek, Utah. Farm Scenes
Teams and camp of Hyrum, Utah families settling dry-farm lands offered by the Promontory-Curlen Land Company near Howell, Utah.
1911
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A-1294: Blue Creek, Utah. Farm Scenes
Families from Hyrum, Utah on newly purchased dry-farm lands sold by Promontory-Curlen Land Company.
1911
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A-1295: Blue Creek, Utah Farm Scenes
Dry-farm settlers with first home on dry farm lands near Howell, Utah. Offered by the Promontory-Curlen Land Company. Unidentified family is from Hyrum, Utah.
1911
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A-1296: Hyrum, Utah
July 4 Oration in the town square.
1897
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A-1297: Unidentified group of people in front of a newly built barn
Undated
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A-1298: Unidentified Farm Equipment
5 men operating what looks like an early hay baler.
Undated
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A-1299: Smithfield, Utah
Corrals of Smithfield Livestock Auction. Gift of the Heral Journal, 1976.
1960-1969
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A-1300a: General Patrick E. Connor
Undated
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A-1300b: Cheyenn Indian Chief, Two Moons
Undated
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A-1301: Hyrum, Utah. Hyrum Dam
Aerial photo of Hyrum Dam. Gift of the Herald Journal, 1976.
1962
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A-1302: Logan, Utah. Building Construction
Two photos of the construction of the new Heral Journal Building at 75 West 3rd North. Pouring of concrete floor. Gift of the Herald Journal, 1976.
1966
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A-1303: Logan, Utah. Building Construction
Three photos of the building of walls for the new Herald Journal Building at 75 West 3rd North. Gift of the Herald Journal, 1976.
1966
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A-1304a: Logan, Utah. Building Construction
Construction of the new Herald Journal Building at 75 West and 3rd North. Leveling ground for pouring floor. Gift of the Herald Journal, 1976.
1966
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A-1304b: Logan, Utah. Building Construction
Construction of the new Herald Journal Building at 75 West 3rd North. Installation of presses. Gift of the Herald Journal, 1976.
1966
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A-1305: Logan, Utah
Logan-Cache Airport looking Southeast from control tower. Gift of the Herald Journal, 1976.
1960-1969
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A-1306: Logan, Utah. Views (aerial)
East central part of Logan, including Logan Island. Gift of the Herald Journal, 1976.
1962
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A-1307: Logan, Utah. Views (aerial)
West part of city, west from 4th East. Gift of the Herald Journal, 1976.
1963
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A-1308: Logan, Utah. Street Scenes
Baby carriage parade down Main Street. Sponsored by Edwards Funiture Company.
1920-1929
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A-1309: Logan, Utah. LDS Temple
View from northeast. Gift of the Herald Journal, 1976.
1925
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A-1310: Logan Canyon, Utah
Two photos showing cattle and sheep leaving summer ranges. Gift of the Herald Journal, 1976.
1962 September 27
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A-1311: Salt Lake Mormon Tabernacle Choir
Gift of the Herald Journal, 1976.
1960-1969
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A-1312: Blacksmith Fork Canyon, Utah
Hardware Ranch, feeding elk. Gift of the Herald Journal, 1976.
1970-1979
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A-1313: Logan, Utah
Cache County Courthouse. Gift of the Herald Journal, 1976.
1960-1969
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A-1314: Logan Canyon, Utah. Third Dam
Gift of the Herald Journal, 1976.
1960-1969
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A-1315: Logan, Utah. Public Buildings
Cache County Public Welfare Building. 129 North 1st West. Gift of the Herald Journal, 1976.
1975
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A-1316: Logan, Utah. Buildings
City Offices, 61 West 1st North. Gift of the Herald Journal, 1976.
1970-1979
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A-1317: Unidentified building
Gift of the Herald Journal, 1976.
Undated
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A-1318a: Sugar-beet Harvesting. Cache Valley
Gift of the Herald Journal, 1976.
1970-1976
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A-1318b: Wheat Harvesting. Pertersboro, Utah
Gift of the Herald Journal, 1976.
1970-1976
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A-1319: Brigham Young College
Class of 1896, Logan, Utah.
1896
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A-1320a: La Plata, Utah
Log corral and cabin near La Plata mine. Close-up shot of photo B. Gift of Ray Jones, Logan, 1976.
1955
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A-1320b: La Plata, Utah
Log corral and cabin near La Plata mine. Gift of Ray Jones, Logan, 1976.
1955
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A-1321a: La Plata, Utah
Blacksmith Shop. Gift of Ray Jones, Logan, 1976.
1955
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A-1321b: La Plata, Utah
Another view of Blacksmith Shop. Gift of Ray Jones, Logan, 1976.
1955
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A-1322a: La Plata, Utah
Photo of the ruins of the log hotel. Gift of Ray Jones, Logan, 1976.
1955
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A-1322b: La Plata, Utah
Photo of the ruins of the log hotel. Gift of Ray Jones, Logan, 1976.
1955
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A-1323: Silver City, Idaho
Owyhee Avalanche Building. Photographed June 1975 by William Bruce Simmonds.
1975 June
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A-1324: Captain James Grey Willie (1814-1895)
Leader of the Fourth Handcart Company.
Undated
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A-1325a: John Willie Home. Mendon, Utah
Undated
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A-1325b: Leon Willie. Mendon, Utah
Grandson of Captain James G. Willie.
Undated
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A-1326: Abraham Hunsaker and wife
Undated
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A-1327: Mendon, Utah
District School, ca. 1910. Brick addition to original rock building. Demolished 1964. City jail at extreme left.
1910
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A-1328: Idaho City, Idaho. Church
Built 1860s by Episcopal Church. Now Roman Catholic building. Photographed June 1975 by William Bruce Simmonds.
1975
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A-1329: Silver City, Idaho. Street Scenes
Washington Street looking north. Photographed June 1975 by William Bruce Simmonds.
1975 June
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A-1330: Idaho City, Idaho. Saloons
Miners' Exchange Saloon. Photographed June 1975 by William Bruce Simmonds.
1975 June
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A-1331: Silver City, Idaho. Churches
Episcopal Church. Built 1860s. Photographed June 1975 by William Bruce Simmonds.
1975 June
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A-1332: Silver City, Idaho. Views
Looking East from Jordan Street to Stoddard House. Photographed June 1975 by William Bruce Simmonds.
1975 June
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A-1333: Silver City, Idaho. Street Scenes
Looking South down Jordan Street from north end of town. Photographed June1975 by William Bruce Simmonds.
1975 June
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A-1334: Silver City, Idaho. Street Scenes
North end Washington Street. Odd Fellows Hall. Photographed June 1975 by William Bruce Simmonds.
1975 June
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A-1335: Silver City, Idaho. Houses
Judge Stoddard House. Photographed June 1975 by William Bruce Simmonds.
1975 June
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A-1336: Silver City, Idaho. Views
Photographed June 1975 by William Bruce Simmonds.
1975 June
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A-1337: Silver City, Idaho. Schools
Photographed June 1975 by William Bruce Simmonds.
1975 June
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A-1338: Silver City, Idaho. Street Scenes
West side, center of Washington Street. Photographed June 1975 by William Bruce Simmonds.
1975 June
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A-1339: Silver City, Idaho
Episcopal Church, sold in 1930s to Roman Catholics. Photo by William Bruce Simmonds, June 1975.
1975 June
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A-1340: Silver City, Idaho
Idaho Hotel and Bar. Photo by William Bruce Simmonds, June 1975.
1975 June
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A-1341: Silver City, Idaho. Views
View looking southeast from cemetery. Photo by William Bruce Simmonds, June 1975.
1975 June
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A-1342: Silver City, Idaho
Back view of the Idaho Hotel and Bar. Photo by William Bruce Simmonds, June 1975.
1975 June
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A-1343: Logan, Utah
LDS Temple. Woodcut engraving by John Held, Sr., based upon a photograph by T.B. Cardon. Published in the Supplement to the Utah Journal, Saturday, May 17, 1884. First newspaper illustration published in Cache Valley.
1884
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A-1344: Valentine T. McGillycuddy
Surgeon and topographer on a hunger march with General Crook's expedition to Black Hills. Dakota Territory 1876.
1876
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A-1345a: Battle of Pierre's Hole
1831
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A-1345b: Trappers on Snow Shoes
1830-1839
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A-1346: Pony Express
Rider greets workers building first Transcontinental Telegraph line, 1861. Photo of Painting by W.H. Jackson.
1861
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A-1347a: Salt Lake City, Utah. Public Buildings
Photo of the Utah State Capitol building.
1950-1959
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A-1347b: Iron Mountain, Utah
Old coke oven, 1850s at site of Old Irontown.
1850-1859
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A-1348: Railroad Cars
Hopper cars loaded with sugar beets. Gift of the Utah State Historical Society, 1975.
1950-1959
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A-1349: Pony Express Rider ambushed by Indians
Painting by William Henry Jackson.
Undated
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A-1350: Cache Valley, Utah. Views
Looking east across valley from the mouth of Wellsville Canyon.
1930-1939
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A-1351: Wagon Train at Red Buttes, Wyoming
Photo of painting by W. H. Jackson.
1860-1869
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A-1352: James (Jim) Baker
Fur trapper and mountain man.
Undated
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A-1353: Sutters Fort. Sacramento, California
Photo of painting by W.H. Jackson.
Undated
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A-1354: Large group of people dressed up in front of a building (possibly a temple)
Undated
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A-1355: Ellen H. Richards (1842-1911)
Undated
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A-1356: Eagle Rock (Idaho Falls), Idaho.
Utah and Northern Engine #31 (Brooks Locomotive Works #530) testing the new railroad bridge at Eagle Rock above the Snake River. Note old toll bridge for Montana-Utah wagon road traffic. Note also Railroad shops and round houses which eventually replaced Logan as major repair point on the railroad.
1881 April
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A-1357: Cowboys
"The Texas type of cowboy." Drawing by Frederic Remington to illustrate Theodore Roosevelt's "Ranchman's Rifle..." Century Magazine, June 1888.
1888 June
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A-1358a: Cowboys
"An Arizona Type," Remington drawing for Theodore Roosevelt's "The Round-Up," Century Magazine, April 1888.
1888 April
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A-1358b: Cowboys
"A Montana Type," F. Remington drawing for Theodore Roosevelt's "The Home Ranch," Century Magazine, March 1888.
1888 March
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A-1359a: Cowboys
"A Texan Cowboy," F. Remington drawing for Theodore Roosevelt's "Sheriff's work on a Ranch," Century magazine, May 1888.
1888
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A-1359b: Cowboys
"Old-style Texan Cowman," F. Remington drawing for Theodore Roosevelt's "Ranch Life in the Far West," Century Magazine, February 1888.
1888
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A-1360a: Wagon Trains
Ox Drawn train. Painting by F.M. Spiegle.
1860-1869
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A-1360b: Wagon Trails
Encampment on the Mormon Trail. Painting by Samuel Jepperson titled, "Rembrances of My Boyhood: Our Coming to Zion."
1860-1869
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A-1361a: Pony Express rider in winter
Painting by William Henry Jackson.
Undated
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A-1361b: William Henry Jackson
Self-portrait entitled "Bullwhacker."
Undated
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A-1362a: Railroad Stations. Salt Lake City, Utah
Utah Central Engine Number 16.
1870-1879
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A-1362b: Railroad Stations. Ogden, Utah
Union Station in 1895.
1895
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A-1363: Railroads and Railroading
Broadside: "The Union Pacific Railway through Kansas and Nebraska to the rockies and Beyond."
1870-1879
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A-1364: Logan, Utah. Fires
Four photos of Thatcher Opera House fire, April 18, 1912.
1912 April 18
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A-1365a: Group of Unidentified Indians near their makeshift home of tree branches
Undated
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A-1365b: Group of 11 unidentified men in suits
Undated
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A-1366a: Salt Lake City, Utah
Eagle Gate and State Street. Photo by C.R. Savage.
1890-1899
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A-1366b: Salt Lake City, Utah
Interior of Salt Lake Tabernacle decorated for Utah Statehood Celebration, January 4, 1896. Photo by C.R. Savage.
1890-1899
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A-1367: Sketch of two gunfighters in front of Skinner and Dunn Saloon
Undated
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A-1368a: Pony Express rider
Painting by W.H. Jackson.
1860-1869
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A-1368b: Sketch of Gold miners panning for gold
Undated
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A-1369a: Group of emigrants at their covered wagon
Undated
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A-1369b: Sketch depicting an exploding geyser with people watching
Undated
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A-1370: Railroad Construction
Two drawings of Promontory, Utah. Golden Spike ceremonies just prior to laying of last tie, May 10, 1869.
1869
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A-1371: Missing
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A-1372: Missing
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A-1373: Mission. San Jose, California
From Century Magazine, 1891.
1853
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A-1374a: Ranch Scenes. Texas
1885 drawing of a Texas ranch is called "The Apache are coming."
1885
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A-1374b: Cattle Drives. Texas
Longhorns and the fabulous cattle drivers have become part of America's idea of early Texas. This 1879 engraving shows a feared Stampede.
1879
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A-1375a : San Antonio, Texas
The Alamo, long abandoned when fortified in 1836 to meet the approaching Mexican Army.
1840-1849
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A-1375b: Buffalo Hunters' camp
Taking marketable parts of the Kill- hides, tongues, and bones.
Undated
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A-1376a: Seal of the Republic of Texas
Undated
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A-1376b: San Antonio, Texas. Views
Sketch depicting flooded San Antonio.
1870-1879
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A-1377a: Mission Church of San Antonio de Padua, California
Founded July 14, 1771, ca. 20 miles from Monterey.
Undated
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A-1377b: The Fandango at a pre-conquest California fiesta
Undated
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A-1378: Salt Lake City, Utah. Street Scenes
Main Street. Looking North from 150 South. Gift of the Utah State Historical Society.
1912
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A-1379: Promontory, Utah. Railroad Construction
Photo by A.J. Russell of crowd at Promontory just before last tie was laid, May 10, 1869.
1869 May 10
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A-1380: Logan, Utah. LDS Churches
Entry to logan LDS First Ward. Photo by William Bruce Simmonds, 1975.
Undated
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A-1381: Logan Utah. LDS Temple
Detail of window construction. Photo by William Bruce Simmonds, 1975.
Undated
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A-1382: Logan, Utah. LDS Temple
Detail of door construction. Photo by William Bruce Simmonds, 1975.
Undated
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A-1383: Early farm scene
A family in the process of plowing a field.
Undated
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A-1384a: Portrait of De Smet
Undated
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A-1384b: Portrait of Anson Jones. (1798-1859)
Undated
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A-1385a: Bob and Grat Dalton (brothers)
Stood up by men for picture after their death.
Undated
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A-1385b: Bob Dalton
Killed at Coffeyville, Kansas, October 5, 1892.
1889 May 9
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A-1386: Yosemite Valley, California. Scenes
Photo of lithograph of Yosemite Valley.
1880-1889
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A-1387a: Sketch of three hanged men
Sketch is titled "The Angel in the Cloud: Chief Justice of Wyoming."
Undated
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A-1387b: Pat Connell, William A. Pinkerton and Sam Finley
Undated
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A-1388a: John Wesley Hardin
Undated
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A-1388b: Clay Allison
Clay Allison at age 26.
Undated
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A-1389a-b: Ranch Scenes, Nevada
San Jacinto Ranch. Utah Construction Company. Butchering beef for winter use. Bowman Collection.
1920
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A-1389c: Ranch Scenes, Nevada
San Jacinto Ranch. Utah Construction Company. Shearing Sheep. Bowman Collection.
1920
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A-1390a: Nevada Ranch Scenes
Little boy in tire swing. Utah Construction Company Ranch, San Jacinto, Nevada. Bowman Collection.
1918
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A-1390b: Nevada Ranch Scenes
Two men in motor car, one with revolver, one with a lasso. Utah Construction Company Ranch, San Jacinto, Nevada. Bowman Collection.
1918
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A-1390c: Nevada Ranch Scenes. Ice House
Loading ice. Utah Construction Company. Bowman Collection.
1918
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A-1390d: Nevada Ranch Scenes
Motor car stuck in mud. Utah Construction Company Ranch, San Jacinto, Nevada. Bowman Collection.
1918
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A-1391a: Ranch Scenes. Nevada
Unidentified man with a horse. Utah Construction Company Ranch. San Jacinto, Nevada. Bowman Collection.
1918
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A-1391b: Ranch Scenes. Nevada
Man holding up a dead bobcat. Utah Construction Company Ranch. San Jacinto, Nevada. Bowman Collection.
1918
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A-1391c: Ranch Scenes. Nevada
Two men with many wolf pelts hanging on a house. Utah Construction Company Ranch. San Jacinto, Nevada. Bowman Collection.
1918
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A-1391d: Ranch Scenes. Nevada
Horses feeding. Utah Construction Company Ranch. San Jacinto, Nevada. Bowman Collection.
1918
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A-1392a: Cattle Drives. Nevada
Trail Camps. Utah Construction Company Ranch. San Jacinto, Nevada. Bowman Collection.
1918
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A-1392b: Cattle Drives. Nevada
Bed Wagon. Utah Construction Company Ranch. San Jacinto, Nevada. Bowman Collection.
1918
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A-1392c: Cattle Drives. Nevada
Cowboys shooting craps. Utah Construction Company Ranch. San Jacinto, Nevada. Bowman Collection.
1918
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A-1393: Branding Irons
Wine cup and shoe sole. Utah Construction Company Ranch. Montello, San Jacinto-Wells, Nevada. 1914-1946. Bowman Collection.
Undated
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A-1394: San Jacinto, Nevada
Cattle in fields of Utah Construction Company Nevada Ranch. Bowman Collection.
1920-1929
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A-1395: Cowboys
Utah Construction Company Ranch. San Jacinto, Nevada. Right to Left: Dennie Lane, Gib Jones on "Red", Dave Richards, ____Galerrica, Eddie Frank, Bill Bailey, Willis Drake, Lonnie White. Bowman Collection.
1918
Drawer 5
A-1396: San Jacinto, Nevada
Four photos of the interior of a ranch house, Utah Construction Company Ranch. Bowman Collection.
1920-1929
Drawer 5
A-1397a: San Jacinto Ranch in Nevada
Wild Horses in corrals at Utah Construction Company, San Jacinto Ranch. Bowman Collection.
1920-1929
Drawer 5
A-1397b: Tecoma, Nevada
Loading pens at Tecoma, Nevada. Bowman Collection.
1920-1929
Drawer 5
A-1397c: Tecoma, Nevada
Cattle drive to Tecoma. Bowman Collection.
1920-1929
Drawer 5
A-1397d: Nevada
Goshute Indians in camp. Bowman Collection.
1920-1929
Drawer 5
A-1398a: Montello, Nevada. Street Scenes
Bowman Collection.
1921
Drawer 5
A-1398b: San Jacinto, Nevada
Buggy at Post Office. Bowman Collection.
1917
Drawer 5
A-1398c: San Jacinto, Nevada
Post office. Bowman Collection.
1917
Drawer 5
A-1398d: San Jacinto, Nevada
Old freight stop (stone building). Bowman Collection.
1920-1929
Drawer 5
A-1399a: San Jacinto, Nevada
Roping cattle on Utah Construction Company Ranch. Bowman Collection.
1920-1929
Drawer 5
A-1399b: San Jacinto, Nevada
Trailing herd through deep snow. Utah Construction Company Ranch. Bowman Collection.
1920-1929
Drawer 5
A-1399c: San Jacinto, Nevada
Cattle dip. Utah Construction Company Ranch. Bowman Collection.
1920s
Drawer 5
A-1399d: San Jacinto, Nevada
Branding. Utah Construction Company Ranch. Bowman Collection.
1920-1929
Drawer 5
A-1400a-c: San Jacinto, Nevada. Ranch Scenes
Three photos of cowboys breaking horses. Photo C is Paul Jones being bucked off. Bowman Collection.
1918
Drawer 5
A-1401: Susanville, California
20 mule team hitch hauling freight for Utah Construction Company work on Fernley-Lassen Branch. Southern Pacific Railroad, 1913. Photo by P.L. Thompson, Susanville. Gift of A.W. Bowman. Utah Construction Company Collection.
1913
Drawer 5
A-1402: Mule Train
Hauling freight near Susanville, California. Photo by P.L. Thompson. Gift of A.W. Bowman. Utah Construction Company Collection.
1913
Drawer 5
A-1403: Susanville, California
The Holts Caterpillar on 15% Grade. Total wight of load 63,745 lbs. Photo by P.L. Thompson. Gift of A.W. Bowman, Elko, Nevada. Utah Construction Company Collection.
1913
Drawer 5
A-1404: Transporting a Railroad engine labeled "Moffett and Mead Railroad Contractors"
Utah Construction Company Collection.
Undated
Drawer 5
A-1405: Steam Shovel in operation near Susanville, California
Utah Construction Company Collection.
Undated
Drawer 5
A-1406: Elko, Nevada
Near Susanville depot, where photo was donated from Fernley-Lasser Branch. Photo by P.L Thompson. Utah Construction Company Collection.
1913-1914
Drawer 5
A-1407: Railroad Construction
Near Susanville depot where picture was donated from. Donated by A.W. Bowman. Photo by P.L. Thompson. Utah Construction Company Collection.
1913
Drawer 5
A-1408: Steam Shovel in operation near Susanville, California
Utah Construction Company Collection.
Undated
Drawer 5
A-1409: Winter scene with snow-covered pine trees
Utah Construction Company Collection.
Undated
Drawer 5
A-1410: Railroad Construction. California
Construction of Fernley-Lassen Branch, Southern Pacific Railroad near Susanville, California. 280 men shoveling snow from right-of-way. Photo by P.L. Thompson. Gift of A.W. Bowman. Utah Construction Company Collection.
1913-1914
Drawer 5
A-1411: Railroad Construction. California
Shovel gang at work clearing snow from right-of-way, Fernley-Lassen Branch, Southern Pacific Railroad, near Susanville, California. Photo by P.L. Thompson. Utah Construction Company Collection.
1914
Drawer 5
A-1412: Railroad Construction. California
Shovel gang at work clearing snow from right-of-way, Fernley-Lassen Branch, Southern Pacific Railroad, near Susanville, California. Photo by P.L. Thompson. Utah Construction Company Collection.
1914
Drawer 5
A-1413: Railroad Construction. California
Shovel gang completed clearing 6 feet of snow from right-of-way, Fernley-Lassen Branch, Southern Pacific Railroad, near Susanville, California. Photo by P.L. Thompson. Utah Construction Company Collection.
1914
Drawer 5
A-1414: Railroad Construction. California
Crew laying track in six feet of snow near Susanville, California. Fernley-Lassen Branch, Southern Pacific Railroad. Photo by P.L. Thompson. Utah Construction Company Collection.
1914 February
Drawer 5
A-1415: Railroad Construction. California
Crew laying track in six feet of snow near Susanville, California. Fernley-Lassen Branch, Southern Pacific Railroad. Photo by P.L. Thompson. Utah Construction Company Collection.
1914 February
Drawer 5
A-1416: Railroad Construction. California
Laying track near the summit in 8 feet of snow. Utah Construction Company Collection.
1914 February
Drawer 5
A-1417: Railroad Construction. California
Work train at the front of 8 feet of solid snow. Photo by P.L. Thompson. Utah Construction Company Collection.
1914
Drawer 5
A-1418: Railroad Construction. California
Work crew at end o' tracks in 8 feet of snow. Fernley-Lassen Branch, Southern Pacific Railroad. Photo by P.L. Thompson. Utah Construction Company Collection.
1914
Drawer 5
A-1419: Railroad Construction. California
At the 'Y" during construction of Fernley-Lassen Branch, South Pacific Railroad. Utah Construction Company Collection.
1914
Drawer 5
A-1420: Railroad Trains
Southern Pacific Train near Susanville, California during construction of Fernley-Lassen Branch, South Pacific Railroad, winter 1913-1914. Photo by P.L. Thompson. Utah Construction Company Collection.
1913-1914
Drawer 5
A-1421a: Logan, Utah. Street Railways
Photo of UIC Trolly and tracks looking north from 614 East and 8th North. Shows cow being watered in canal. Track in background.
1924
Drawer 5
A-1421b: Logan, Utah. Street Railways
Photo of UIC Trolley and tracks looking north from 614 East and 8th North. Trolley car picking up passengers.
1924
Drawer 5
A-1422: Logan, Utah. Street scenes
Looking South down center of Main Street from the intersection of 1st North and Main.
1895
Drawer 5
A-1423: Logan, Utah. Offices and office work
H.A. Pedersen (left) in his office.
1912
Drawer 5
A-1424: Wheat-Harvesting. Grouse Creek, Utah (?)
Close-up view of header elevating cut stalks of dry-farm wheat into header wagon. Photo by David A. Burgoyne.
1918
Drawer 5
A-1425: Grouse Creek, Utah
Sheep shearing. Photo by David A. Burgoyne.
1918
Drawer 5
A-1426: Wheat Harvesting. Grouse Creek, Utah (?)
Header Box (empty) following a Header through dry-land wheat field. Photo by David A. Burgoyne.
1918
Drawer 5
A-1427: Grouse Creek, Utah
Party investigating sagebrush covered land offered by Blue Creek Land Company as dry-farms.
1908
Drawer 5
A-1428: Grouse Creek, Utah [?]
Party investigating sagebrush covered land offered by Blue Creek Land Company as dry-farms.
1908 [?]
Drawer 5
A-1429: Grouse Creek, Utah
Stake fence around sheep shearing pen. Photo by David A. Burgoyne.
1918
Drawer 5
A-1430: Grouse Creek, Utah (?)
Public School. Photo by David A. Burgoyne.
1918
Drawer 5
A-1431: Grouse Creek, Utah
White top bugging drawn by 2 teams in road at Grouse Creek farmstead. Row of Lombardy Poplars and picket fence shown in background. Photo by David A. Burgoyne.
1918
Drawer 5
A-1432: Wheat Harvesting. Grouse Creek, Utah (?)
Header and Header Box operating in dry-land wheat field. Photo by David A. Burgoyne.
1918
Drawer 5
A-1433: Wheat Harvesting. Grouse Creek, Utah (?)
Header and header wagon in dry land wheat field. Mud wagon at far right. Photo by David A. Burgoyne.
1918
Drawer 5
A-1434: Wheat Harvesting. Grouse Creek, Utah
Headers cutting dry-land wheat. Header and 2 Header Boxes. Photo by David A. Burgoyne.
1918
Drawer 5
A-1435: Grouse Creek, Utah
Sheep shearing pen and wool-sacking platform. Photo by David A. Burgoyne.
1918
Drawer 5
A-1436a: Elizabeth Whitear Sermon Camm
Lived from 1819-1893.
Undated
Drawer 5
A-1436b: John Roberts Edwards
Lived from 1849-1917.
Undated
Drawer 5
A-1437a: Logan, Utah. Saloons
J.R. Edwards Saloon. Gift of Colleen Martin.
1890
Drawer 5
A-1437b: Logan, Utah. Saloons
J.R. Edwards Saloon. Gift of Colleen Martin.
1920
Drawer 5
A-1438a: Logan, Utah
Leven's Store. Built by J.R. Edwards. Edwards Building on 71 North Main Street.
Undated
Drawer 5
A-1438b: John Roberts Edwards
Lived from 1849-1915.
ca. 1915
Drawer 5
A-1439: Collage of photos from Brigham Young College in Logan, Utah
Undated
Drawer 5
A-1440a: Dr. Karl G. Maeser
Caption on photo reads: "What we did before we came here conditioned us here; what we do here will condition us in the world to come."
1909
Drawer 5
A-1440b: President Joseph F. Smith
President of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.
Undated
Drawer 5
A-1440c: President Brigham Young
Born June 1, 1801. Died August 29, 1877. President of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.
Undated
Drawer 5
A-1441: Logan, Utah
Two photos of Brigham Young College.
1916
Drawer 5
A-1442: Helena, Montana
Stagecoach with double team at stage station.
1860-1869
Drawer 5
A-1443: Laguna, New Mexico
Roman Catholic Mission Church (adobe), built 1698-1699.
Undated
Drawer 5
A-1444: Sketch of James P. Beckwourth
Lived from 1798-1866.
Undated
Drawer 5
A-1445: John Charles Fremont. Lieut. Col. Mounted Rifles
Lived from 1838-1890.
Undated
Drawer 5
A-1446: Jefferson Davis
President of the Confederacy.
Undated
Drawer 5
A-1447: Weber Canyon, Utah. Tunnels
Reversed image of Union Pacific crews digging Tunnel Number 3. Photo by A.J. Russell.
1868
Drawer 5
A-1448: Green River, Wyoming. Rock Formations
Rock Formations along the line of the Union Pacific Railroad. Photo by William H. Jackson.
1871
Drawer 5
A-1449: Sketch depicting the function of a sawpit
Sawpit in use in Salt Lake Valley during 1847.
1847
Drawer 5
A-1450: Anson Jones (1798-1859)
President of the Republic of Texas from Dec. 9, 1844-Feb. 19 1846.
Undated
Drawer 5
A-1451: Martha Jane Canary
"Calamity Jane." 1852-1903.
1880
Drawer 5
A-1452: Caleb W. West
Governor of Utah Territory. Photo by C.R. Savage. From the Utah State Historical Society.
Undated
Drawer 5
A-1453: North Dakota
Plowing on a "Bonanza" wheat farm.
1880-1889
Drawer 5
A-1454: Salt Lake City, Utah. Industries
Brigham Young's Flour Mill.
1870-1879
Drawer 5
A-1455: Mountain Men
Fur trappers of the 1840s. Photo of painting by William Henry Jackson.
1840-1849
Drawer 5
A-1456: Virginia City, Nevada. Views
Photo by Timothy H. O'Sullivan.
1868
Drawer 5
A-1457: Railroad Construction. Green River, Wyoming
Crews building stone abutments for bridge over Green River.
1868
Drawer 5
A-1458: Dale Creek Trestle, Wyoming
Near Sherman Summit on the route of the Union Pacific Railroad. Photo shows train stopped on trestle. Note "helper engines" used to pull trains over the summitt. Photo by C.R. Savage.
1886
Drawer 5
A-1459: Freight and Freighting. Utah- Montana Road
Ox-drawn wagons carrying freight on the Utah-Montana road.
1887
Drawer 5
A-1460: Donner Party
Remains of James F. Reed's wagon on the salt desert. Photo by Charles Kelly.
Undated
Drawer 5
A-1461: Deep Creek, Utah
Pony Express station. Painting by Francis L. Horspool.
1860
Drawer 5
A-1462: Yuma, Arizona
View of old territorial prison from across Colorado River.
1880-1889
Drawer 5
A-1463: Surveys and Surveying
Topographical Engineers surveying the Salt Lake Meridian.
1848
Drawer 5
A-1464: San Diego, California
Sketch depicting early San Diego.
1847
Drawer 5
A-1465: Wagon Trains
Mormon wagon train in Echo Canyon, Utah. Two copies.
1867
Drawer 5
A-1466: Nevada Pack Train supplies from Utah to Panaca
Undated
Drawer 5
A-1467: Stage Station on Boise- Kelton Road in Southern Idaho
Photo by Charles R. Savage.
Undated
Drawer 5
A-1468: Trappers and Traders
The Green River Rendezvous of 1837. Painting by Alfred Jacob Miller.
Undated
Drawer 5
A-1469: Uinta Basin, Utah
Vernal Stage Line.
1906
Drawer 5
A-1470: Salt Lake Theatre Orchestra
Left to Right: Josh Midgley, Ebenezer Beesley, David W. Evans, George Careless (Leader), Mark Croxall, H.K. Whitney, Orson Beesley (?).
1868 December 22
Drawer 5
A-1471: Green River, Wyoming
Powell Colorado River exploring party beginning. Boats and occupants left to right: "Canonita" Beaman, Hatlan, Clem Powell, "Emma Dean" Jones, Hillers, Major Powell, Dellenbaugh, "Nellie Powell" Thompson, Steward, Bishop, Richardson.
1871
Drawer 5
A-1472: Cattle Trade. Kansas
Frederic Remington sketch titled, "Texas Cattle in a Kansas Corn Corral."
1888
Drawer 5
A-1473: Point of Rocks, Montana
Stage coach road and bridge over the Beaver Head River. Photo by William H. Jackson.
1871
Drawer 5
A-1474: Tucson, Arizona
San Xavier del Bac Mission.
Undated
Drawer 5
A-1475: Austin, Texas. View
Sketch depicting early Austin, Texas.
1840
Drawer 5
A-1476: Mountain Men
J. McDonald sketch of trappers around a winter campfire.
1830-1839
Drawer 5
A-1477: Park City, Utah. Mines
Miners pose near ore face.
1875
Drawer 5
A-1478: Denver, Colorado
Sketch of the first Congregational Church.
1880-1889
Drawer 5
A-1479: Yellowstone National Park
Hayden Survey camped on shore of Yellowstone Lake. Photo by William H. Jackson.
1870(?)
Drawer 5
A-1480: Fort Laramie, Wyoming
Sketch of Fort Laramie.
1841
Drawer 5
A-1481: Nauvoo Legion Band
1860-1869
Drawer 5
A-1482: Fort Hall, Idaho
Outer and inner views of Fort Hall, Idaho. Drawn by Major Osborne Cross.
1849
Drawer 5
A-1483: Logan Canyon, Utah
Outing of Boy Scout Troop from St. John's Episcopal Church. In photo: Alton Woodside, Arthur Hottle, Albert Gribley, Frederick P. Champ, Clyde Stoney. Photo by Rev. John Paul Jones.
1909
Drawer 5
A-1484: Logan Canyon, Utah
Outing of Boy Scouts from St. John's Church. Church sponsored first Boy Scout Troop in the West. Photo by Rev. John Paul Jones. Identified in group: Vincent Petersen, Ted Petersen.
1909
Drawer 5
A-1485: The Rev. and Mrs. William R. Campbell
Presbyterian Minister at Mendon, Utah from 1887-1897.
Undated
Drawer 5
A-1486a: Outlaw John Sontag
Undated
Drawer 5
A-1486b: Three unidentified men
Undated
Drawer 5
A-1487a: Brigham Young (1801-1877)
Photo of 1854 lithograph of Brigham Young.
1854
Drawer 5
A-1487b: Mirabeau Buonaparte Lamar (1798-1859)
Second President of the Republic of Texas.
Undated
Drawer 5
A-1488a: Surveys and Surveying
Explorers of the Pacific Railroad Survey camped at Marieopa Wells in the Gila River Valley of Southern Arizona.
1855
Drawer 5
A-1488b: Surveys and Surveying
Explorers of the Pacific Railroad Survey fording the Colorado River near the Mojave villages.
1855
Drawer 5
A-1489a: Three Unidentified men with six horses traveling to an unknown destination
Undated
Drawer 5
A-1489b: Sketch of unidentified man crossing railroad tracks where a large group of men are walking
Undated
Drawer 5
A-1490a: Trenton, Utah. Buildings
Trenton Billiards. Built 1912 as Moses Andreasen Meat Market.
1963
Drawer 5
A-1490b: Trenton, Utah. Buildings
Merrill's Market. Built ca. 1917 as West Cache State Bank.
1963
Drawer 5
A-1491a: Frederic Remington Drawing of a knight (?)
Undated
Drawer 5
A-1491b: Engraving of a Methodist circuit rider (?)
1860-1869
Drawer 5
A-1492a: Engraving depicting the funeral procession at the death of Father Serra
Undated
Drawer 5
A-1492b: Sketch of a Friar in the courtyard of the Mission of Santa Barbara
Undated
Drawer 5
A-1493a: Indian mother doing an Indian girl's hair. Possibly mother and daughter
Undated
Drawer 5
A-1493b: Unidentified Indian girl dressed up
Undated
Drawer 5
A-1494a: Unidentified Indian man
Undated
Drawer 5
A-1494b: Unidentified Indian Woman holding a basket
Undated
Drawer 5
A-1495a: Portrait of an unidentified Indian man
Undated
Drawer 5
A-1495b: Portrait of an unidentified Indian man holding a tomahawk
Undated
Drawer 5
A-1496: Box Elder County, Utah. Wheat-harvesting
Binder cutting dry-farm wheat. Photo by David A. Burgoyne.
1910
Drawer 5
A-1497: Two photos of unidentified landscape
Undated
Drawer 5
A-1498a: Unidentified river
Undated
Drawer 5
A-1498b: Unidentified field
Undated
Drawer 5
A-1499a: Logan, Utah. Fires
Photo of the burning of the Thatcher Opera House, April 18, 1912.
1912 April 18
Drawer 5
A-1499b: Logan, Utah. Fires
Photo of the burning of the Thatcher Opera House, April 18, 1912.
1912 April 18
Drawer 5
A-1499c: Logan, Utah. Fires
Photo of the burning of the Thatcher Opera House, April 18, 1912.
1912 April 18
Drawer 5
A-1500: Two photos of unidentified landscape
Undated

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Container(s): Drawer Drawer 6

Container(s)DescriptionDates
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Drawer 6
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Drawer 6
A-1501a: Two photos of unidentified landscape
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1502a: The Camulos Ranch near San Buena Ventura, California
Scene of Helen Hunt Jackson't "Ramona."
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1502b: Drawing titled "Rival Hotels in a Mining Town"
1888
Drawer 6
A-1503: Montana. Scenes
Seven team hitch at the turn of the century.
ca. 1900
Drawer 6
A-1504a: View of two unidentified houses with a field in the foreground
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1504b: Three pigs in a pen
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1505: Benton, Wyoming. Gambling sketch
"The Big Tent." The Big Tent was a saloon, gambling hall, and dance hall which followed the "Hell-on-Wheels" towns of the Union Pacific Railroad from Julesburg, Colorado, to Corinne, Utah.
1868
Drawer 6
A-1506: An unidentified band of 10 individuals
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1507: Mines and Mineral Resources. Colorado
Engraving of workings at the Discovery-Bonanza Mine in Leadville, Colorado.
1878
Drawer 6
A-1508: Unidentified Indian weaving a rug possibly
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1509: Engraving entitled "Electioneering in the Rocky Mountains"
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1510: Forest Grove, Oregon
Blacksmithing class at Indian Training School.
1882
Drawer 6
A-1511: Jardine Juniper in Logan Canyon, Utah
1960-1969
Drawer 6
A-1512: Willow Springs, Utah. Views
Willow Springs Stagecoach Station. Retouched photo. Earlier used as Pony Express Station.
1868
Drawer 6
A-1513: Stagecoaches
Print of stagecoach on road in Northern California forest in Mother Lode Country.
1860-1869
Drawer 6
A-1514: Unidentified indian weaving a rug
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1515: Wagon Trains
Thomas Fitzpatrick and John Gray of the Bartleson-Bidwell Train meeting with the Cheyenne Indians in Nebraska. From Century Magazine.
1841
Drawer 6
A-1516: Farm Scenes. South Dakota
"Banking up for winter". Sod blocks piled around buildings for insulation. From Harper's Weekly.
1886
Drawer 6
A-1517: Gardiner, Montana. Views
Looking Northeast.
1887
Drawer 6
A-1518: Missing
Drawer 6
A-1519: Wagon Trains
Photo of Mormon Emigrant train night camp on the Wyoming Plains.
1860-1869
Drawer 6
A-1520: Sutter's Mill, California
Water Coor drawing of mill and mill race where gold was discovered.
1849
Drawer 6
A-1521: Wagon Train
Mormon Wagon Train in Echo Canyon, Utah.
1867
Drawer 6
A-1522: Great Salt Lake, Utah
Digging salt form the Lake bed.
1903
Drawer 6
A-1523: Goldfield, Nevada. Street Scenes
1904
Drawer 6
A-1524: Turn of the Century photo depicting Nevada peddlers and their wares
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1525: Sketch by A.S. Doggy showing Army recruiting post in an eastern city.
1887
Drawer 6
A-1526: Cheyenne and Arapaho Indians
Joint council at Seger Colony, Oklahoma, with Indian agent.
1900
Drawer 6
A-1527: Cheyenne Indians attacking wagon train on the Plains around 1850
1889 drawing by Frederick Remington.
1889
Drawer 6
A-1528: Soldiers and Uniforms
Full dress uniform for enlisted men: Cavalry and Infantry. 1-Trumpeter of Cavalry. 2-Corporal of Infantry. 3-Private of Cavalry. 4-Sergeant of Cavalry. 5-Private of Infantry. 6-Musician of Infantry.
1885
Drawer 6
A-1529: Peace Officers
"The Posse" drawing by Mary Hallock Foote.
1880-1889
Drawer 6
A-1530: Nez Perce Chief named "Looking Glass". Idaho
A Nez Perce Chief on horseback in front of a tepee.
1887
Drawer 6
A-1531: Paiute Indians
Playing game called wolf and deer in Northern Arizona. Photo by John K. Hillers.
1872 October
Drawer 6
A-1532: Santa Fe, New Mexico. Street Scenes
Ox train arriving on San Francisco Street.
1868
Drawer 6
A-1533: Arapaho Indians
Camp near Fort Dodge, Kansas. Buffalo meat drying on frames in middle distance. Photo by William S. Soule.
1870
Drawer 6
A-1534: Logan, Utah
Union Pacific Railroad Depot. Photo by Wayne Jaggi.
1972
Drawer 6
A-1535: U.S. Army. Cavalry
9th cavalry evicting a family of boomers from center of Indian Territory, a tract called Oklahoma.
1889
Drawer 6
A-1536: Two Beavers
Photo of painting by John James Audubon.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1537: Indian Atrocities
Captured soldier staked to ground by Indians.
1870-1879
Drawer 6
A-1538: Oglala Sioux
Tree-burial near Fort laramie, Wyoming.
1870-1879
Drawer 6
A-1539: Texan hunters engraving show
Men and gear that cleared the Texas plains of buffalo and Indians.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1540: Three individuals in front of an unidentified building
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1541: Settlers waiting to enter Sioux Reservation from Chamberlain and Pierre, South Dakota
President Benjamin Harrison to settlement on February 10, 1890.
1890
Drawer 6
A-1542: Bannock Indians
Family in front of brush wickiup near Fort Hall, Idaho. Photo by William H. Jackson.
1872
Drawer 6
A-1543: Farm Scenes. Washington
Cow with seven small boys on her back, in front of schoolhouse in Okanogan, Washington. Photo titled "Her Daily Duty". Photo by Frank Matsura.
1907
Drawer 6
A-1544: Yuma, Arizona. Jails and Prisons
Convicts repairing walls of Territorial Prison after it was damaged by a flood on the Colorado River.
1880-1889
Drawer 6
A-1545: Cheyenne, Wyoming. Views
1876
Drawer 6
A-1546: Young boy on donkey in front of home. Mother watches in background
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1547: U.S. Army. Cavalry
Frederic Remington drawing showing march of Black Troopers, called "Buffalo Soldiers."
1888
Drawer 6
A-1548: Farm Scenes. South Dakota
Engraving showing harrowing, preparation for planting winter wheat.
1879
Drawer 6
A-1549: Branding in Arizona
A branding scene in Arizona.
1896
Drawer 6
A-1550: An early sketch of a view of Los Angeles
1853
Drawer 6
A-1551: Stagecoaches
Engraving showing the Yuma stage leaving Fort Worth, Texas.
1879
Drawer 6
A-1552: Bannock Indians
Family in front of brush wickiup near Fort Hall, Idaho. Photo by William H. Jackson.
1872
Drawer 6
A-1553: San Francisco, California. Views
1847
Drawer 6
A-1554: Soldiers Uniforms
Campaign dress for Artillery, Infantry and Cavalry. 1-Company Officer,Hight Artillery. 2-Field Officer, Infantry. 3-Brigadier General. 4-Company Officer, Cavalry. 5-6-Enlisted Men, Cavalry.
1885
Drawer 6
A-1555: Missing
Drawer 6
A-1556: Threshing
Threshing with a horsepower thresher in the A.T. Richins Yard at Grouse Creek, Utah.
1915
Drawer 6
A-1557a: Celebrations and Holidays. Pioneer Day Parade. Logan, Utah
J.W. Aull, driving carriage, Heber Maughan and wife and Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo Hansen in carriage.
1941
Drawer 6
A-1557b: Celebrations and Holidays
Serge Olsen driving a two-team hitch, Black and White Days. Richmond, Utah.
1960 May
Drawer 6
A-1558: Men laying pipe [?]
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1559: Logan, Utah. Businesses
First North Street showing office and stables of Cache Valley Livery and Transfer Company, H. Secrist property and Second-Hand Store. 50 West 1st North.
1904
Drawer 6
A-1560: Sarah M. Kimball, Emily Richards and Phoebe Beatie
Utah Woman Suffrage Leaders.
1875
Drawer 6
A-1561a: Celebrations and Holidays
Pioneer Day Parade. Salt Lake City, Utah.
1960-1969
Drawer 6
A-1561b: Celebrations and Holidays
Pioneer Day Parade. Logan, Utah.
1960
Drawer 6
A-1562: Threshing
Lynn Wood. September 1, 1963. Salt Lake Tribune.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1563: Hopi Indians
Nampeyo. A Hopi potter with examples of his work. Photo by Henry Peabody.
1900
Drawer 6
A-1564: Hopi Indians
Hopi woman weaving a basket. Photo by Henry Peabody.
1900
Drawer 6
A-1565: The Hot Spring's Motel
1899
Drawer 6
A-1566a: Mormon Churches. Utah and Idaho
LDS Ward Chapel, Weston, Idaho.
1950
Drawer 6
A-1566b: Mormon Churches. Utah and Idaho
LDS Ward Chapel, Weston, Idaho.
1950
Drawer 6
A-1566c: Mormon Churches. Utah and Idaho
Wellsville Tabernacle, Wellsville, Utah.
1950
Drawer 6
A-1566d: Mormon Churches. Utah and Idaho
Preston LDS Tabernacle, Preston, Idaho.
1950
Drawer 6
A-1567: Harley Dome, Utah
Inscription carved by Antoine Robedoux in 1837 on his way from Teos, New Mexio, to establish Fort Uinta: "Antoine Robidoux passed here 13 November 1837 (on his way) to establish a trading post on the Green or White (rivers).
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1568: Dodge City, Kansas
Patti and Wright's buffalo hide yard, showing the 40,000 hides shipped from the yard that year.
1878
Drawer 6
A-1569: View from a peak on a mountain showing a wagon train en route to an unknown destination
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1570: Navajo Indians
Weaver spinning wool into yarn. Loom behind her. Torreon, New Mexico. Photo by Milton Snow.
1930-1939
Drawer 6
A-1571: W.H. Jackson's painting portraying the mountain man's search for beaver in the southwest
1830-1839
Drawer 6
A-1572: Mines and Mineral Resources. Nevada
Elevators in interior of a Comstock Lode Mine.
1882
Drawer 6
A-1573: Carriages and Carts
Two-wheeled "Red River Cart" introduced by French Canadians.
1880-1889
Drawer 6
A-1574: Leadville, Colorado. Street Scenes
Sketch of Chestnut Street.
1879
Drawer 6
A-1575: Two men in wagons traveling to an unknown destination
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1576: Fort Washakie, Wyoming
Shoshone seated before barracks. Chief Washakie in Derby at extreme left, standing and pointing. Last known photograph of Chief.
1892
Drawer 6
A-1577: Salt Lake City, Utah. Street Scenes
Wells Fargo Stagecoach on Main Street. Photo by C.W. Carter.
1869
Drawer 6
A-1578a: Clare Heuber Larsen of Middleport, Ohio
Presbyterian Mission Teacher at Mendon in the 1890's. Married Fred Larsen of Mendon at Middleport, Ohio, March 16, 1911. Appointed postmistress of Mendon 1918. Left Mendon after husband's death. Died in Ohio. Gift of May Larsen Perdersen, Logan, 1976.
Undated
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A-1578b: Fred Larsen and Clara Heuber Larsen
Born November 12, 1856 in Denmark. Died September 2, 1922 at Mendon. Gift of May Larsen Pedersen, Logan, 1976.
Undated
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A-1579: Miss Brown, a Presbyterian Mission teacher at Mendon, Utah
Gift of May Larsen Pedersen, Logan, 1976.
ca. 1882
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A-1580a: Richmond, Utah. Buildings
Richmond Daughters of Utah Pioneers Relic Hall. Formerly Richmond Tithing Office.
1960-1969
Drawer 6
A-1580b: Logan Temple. Views
Telephoto view of Temple from University Hill through fog.
1960-1969
Drawer 6
A-1581a: John M. Mills
L.D.S. College faculty.
Undated
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A-1581b: Trenton, Utah. Stores
Robson Trading Post. Edna R. Robson, owner.
1970-1979
Drawer 6
A-1582: A mother with three children in front of their home
Undated
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A-1583a: Group of people watching a wagon on the street with a load of boxes in it
Undated
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A-1583b: Man stacking hay
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1584: Henry Worley of Logan, Utah
Operated first Brewery in Cache Vally.
Undated
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A-1585: Catherine Willmore Worley
Mrs. Henry Worley of Logan.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1586: James Quayle's Dry Goods Store
Located at 19th North Main Street, Logan, Utah. James Quayle (left), Nellie Rudd Quayle (right).
1900
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A-1587: James Quayle's Dry Goods Store
Located at 19th North Main Street, Logan, Utah. At right, Ella Cowley, clerk.
1911 August 9
Drawer 6
A-1588: Stacking hay on the Joe E. Cowley farm, west of Logan
1910
Drawer 6
A-1589: Bengta Larson Carlson
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1590: Swen Carlson
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1591: James Quayle of Logan, Utah
1890
Drawer 6
A-1592: Charles Cowley
Father of Joseph Enos Cowley.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1593: Joseph Enos Cowley Home
Located at 175 North, 4th West in Logan, Utah.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1594: Catherine Worley Cowley
Daughter of Henry Worley and wife J.E. Cowley.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1595: Josepy Enos Cowley of Logan, Utah
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1596: Joseph Enos Cowley of Logan, Utah
Undated
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A-1597: Some kind of Indian Garment [?]
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1598: The Reverand Ralph Abernathy
Southern Christian Leadership Conference.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1599a: Two men next to a machine in some kind of workshop or factory
Undated
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A-1599b: Unidentified house
Undated
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A-1600: Echo Canyon, Utah
Stagecoach barn at corral at Echo City. Photo probably taken 1867 before construction of Union Pacific Railroad grade.
ca. 1867
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A-1601: Susanville, California. Views
Photo by P.L. Thompson, Susanville, California.
1913
Drawer 6
A-1602: Sod Houses. Nebraska
Family posed before their sod house. Watermelon on table and cow on roof.
1880-1889 (?)
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A-1603: Group of people posed near a wagon and a team of horses
Undated
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A-1604: Richmond, Utah. Stores
Corner of Tinsmithing shop of John Thomassen. Mr. Thomassen and son Ferdinand shown in photo.
1905
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A-1605: Group of men, probably miners or railroad construction workers
Undated
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A-1606: Two wagons moving large machine parts
From Utah Construction Company Collection.
Undated
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A-1607: Group of dressed up young men and women. They are all holding what look like diplomas. Possibly a graduation portrait
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1608: Photo of an early barn
Undated
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A-1609: Millard County, Utah
"Millard County Hay Derrick". One of the local varieties of the Mormon Derrick.
1908
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A-1610: Man in front of a barn with a house in the background
Undated
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A-1611: Cornfield in foreground with a two houses in the background
Undated
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A-1612: St. John's Episcopal Church. Logan, Utah
Acolytes. Front: Carol Welkie. 2nd row: Sylvia Becker, Jennifer Sorensen. Back: Thomas Becker.
1975
Drawer 6
A-1613: Logan, Utah
Logan LDS Tabernacle.
1919
Drawer 6
A-1614: A tree in a canyon
Undated
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A-1615: A tree rooted to rocks
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1616: John Wesley Hardin
Lived from 1853-1895. Gift of Mr. Carl Breihan, St. Louis, 1975. Outlaw-Lawman Collection.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1617: Emma Ray Riggs McKay, (Mrs. David O. McKay)
Undated
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A-1618: Logan, Utah. Fires
Thatcher Opera House on fire, April 17, 1912.
1912 April 17
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A-1619a: William R. Palmer of Cedar City, Utah
Undated
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A-1619b: Thomas Smart of Logan, Utah
Undated
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A-1620: Family Portrait of an unidentified family
Undated
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A-1621: Unidentified Farmstead
Undated
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A-1622: Logan, Utah. Stores
Budge Block, 1892, at corner of Main and Center Streets.
1960-1969
Drawer 6
A-1623: Mt. Lassen in eruption
Photo by P.J. Thompson. From Utah Construction Company Collection.
1914 August 22
Drawer 6
A-1624: Log Barns. Utah
One of a series of photos taken by the Agricultural Experiment Station of Utah barns and corrals.
1903
Drawer 6
A-1625: Barns. Utah
One of a series of photos taken by the Agricultural Experiment Station of Utah barns and corrals.
1903
Drawer 6
A-1626: North Logan, Utah. Farm Scenes
Farmer flood irrigating a field. Part of the first U.S.D.A. experiments in irrigation.
1902
Drawer 6
A-1627: Alfalfa Field. Utah
Probably in North Logan. Showing hay cut and bunched by trip rake. Lombardy Poplar wind beak.
1902
Drawer 6
A-1628: Barns. Utah
Log stable attached to hay barn. One of a serios of photos taken by the Agricultural Experiment Station of barns and corrals in Utah.
1903
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A-1629: Barley field cut and ready to bale
Lombardy Poplar wind break.
Undated
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A-1630: Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper cover
Photo depicts Indians breaking into a white man's home.
1873 May 17
Drawer 6
A-1631: San Francisco, California. Views
Looking down at city from west from head of Clay Street.
1848
Drawer 6
A-1632: Covered Wagons
Abandoned and derelict wagon and corpse of owner on Plains.
1860-1869
Drawer 6
A-1633: Julia Bulette
Madam, Virginia City, Nevada. Murdered, May 1867.
1867
Drawer 6
A-1634a: A sketch depicting two travelers with pitched tents relaxing
Sketch is titled "A Leisure Afternoon."
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1634b: A sketch depicting a wagon train en route
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1635: Martin Nielsen
Lived from 1843-1930. Born in Denmark. Shoemaker in Logan. Residence and Shop located at 254 East 4th North.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1636: Indian Camps and Villages
Shoshone camp in Wyoming. Chief Washakie standing (holding hat).
1870-1879
Drawer 6
A-1637: La Plata, Utah. Scenes
Photos by Carlton Culmsee of remains of mines and buildings.
1950-1959
Drawer 6
A-1638: La Plata, Utah. Scenes
Photos by Carlton Culmsee of remains of mines and buildings.
1950-1959
Drawer 6
A-1639: A Hyde Park, Utah school group
Left to Right, front row: Vera Thurston Christensen, George S. Daines, LaVon Lamb, and May Follett Reeder. Back row: Arlo Hyde, Veda Thurston Nelson, Mervin R. Daines.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1640: Hyde Park, Utah. Schools
8th grade graduates. Right to Left: Vilate Hancey Lowe, J. Edwin Hansen, Everett Hancey, Avon Lamb Lee. Teacher: Mr. George S. Daines.
1919
Drawer 6
A-1641: Seamons Family
Sons and daughters of Henry Seamons and Mary King Seamons. Seated left to right: Eliza Seamons England, Mary Seamons Thurston, Rachel Seamons Hancey, Jemima Seamons Daines.
1890-1899
Drawer 6
A-1642: Hyde Park, Utah. Schools
School Teacher: Mr. George S. Daines. Standing left to right, back row: Carrie Follett Hurren, Evan Hancey, Ruby Hancey Milligan, Thedora Christoffersen Ashcroft. Front row: Libby Lamb Nielsen, Grace Follett Winn, Verna Hill, Gertrude Ashcroft Toolson.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1643: Hyde Park, Utah. Schools
Left to Right: 1st row: Henry Hurren, Ray Seamons, Lyman Purser, Perry Hyde, Conrad Hancey, Ernest Lee, _____?, Willard Reese, Newel Purser, Rudger Nielsen, Merlin Balls. 2nd row:_____?, Mabel Burgess, Sadie Burgess, ____?, _____?, Lavinia Hyde Winn, ____?, Ruby Seamons, Verda Kirby, Melva Hancey Biddle, Laphene Petersen. 3rd row: Orilla Jorgensen (Teacher), Gertrude Seamons Perkes, Amy Daines, Violet Woolf Bingham, ___?, Audrey Ashcroft Bingham, William J. Hyde. 4th row: Lavere Balls, ___?, Willia Lamb, Denton Balls, Dwayne Perkes, Rulon Perkes, Lyman Purser, Hazen Daines, Clayton Nielsen, Stephen J. Thurston.
Undated
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A-1644: Hyde Park, Utah. Schools
Left to Right: 1st row: Arthur Seamons, Howard Christoffersen, Ivan Seamons, Clarence Hurren, ___?, ___?, Arlo Hyde, LaVon Lamb, Irving Waite, Clarence Hancey, Lamont Harris. 2nd row: Elvira Seamons Burgess, Maggie Balls Ericksen, Vera Thurston Christensen, Irene Hancey Gilgen, Tessie Cook Morse, Ruby Hancey Milligan, Grace Follett Winn, Veda Thurston, Vera Jorgansen Noble, ___?, Libby Lamb Nielsen. 3rd row: Leah Christensen Hancey, Junius Christensen, Mervin R. Daines, George S. Daines, Sylvan Petersen, Clive Hancey, Darrel Jorgensen, Henry Seamons, Wilbur Hancey, Lavon Lamb.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1645: Cornish, Utah. Canal Construction
Construction camp of Richard A. Ballantyne, contractor on building of West Cache Canal.
1905
Drawer 6
A-1646: Cornish, Utah
Two Boys standing in bottom of completed West Cache Canal. Section 3, Tp. 14 N. R1W fenced right-of-way, Oregon Short Line Railroad, on right. In far distance, Railroad houses and water tower Cannon Depot.
1905
Drawer 6
A-1647: Hyde Park High School
Top, Left to Right: Willard Reese, Lavinia Hyde Winn, Hazen B. Daines, Mabel Burgess, Willis Lamb. Middle, Left to Right: Lila Hancey Roskelley, J. William Hyde, George S. Daines, Violet Woolf Bingham. Bottom, Left to Right: Clayton Nielsen, Ruby Seamons, Vernon Perkes, Florence Follett, Henry R. Hurren.
1910
Drawer 6
A-1648: Hyde Park, Utah. Schools
George S. Daines, teacher. Left to Right: Front row: Florence Reeder Hancey, George S. Daines, Phebe Thurston Ashcroft. Back row: Ione Hurren Lee, Lillie Cook Hyde, Cleo Hawkes, Clyde J. Daines, Annie Podiwhite, Maud Peterson Hyer, Lois Ashcroft Merrill.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1649: Stephen Longstroth Family
Stephen Longstroth. Died November 1, 1939 (Greenleaf, Idaho). Leva Thomas Granger Longstroth. Born June 10, 1874, (Marion, Ohio). Died June 5, 1935 (Greenleaf, Idaho). Son, Granger Longstroth, born August 10, 1912. Gift of May Larsen Pedersen, 1976.
Undated
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A-1650: Missing
Drawer 6
A-1651: Leva Granger and mother Mrs. Annie Barchus Granger
Miss Granger was last Presbyterian Mission teacher in Mendon (where photo was taken). Taught 1906 in Kaysville, 1908-1919 in Mendon. Married July 20, 1909 to Stephen Longstroth of Mendon. Died June 5, 1935 (Greenleaf, Idaho). Gift of May Larsen Pedersen, 1975.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1652a: Steam Locomotives
Utah Northern engine #180 at work with pile driver in Cache Valley.
1885
Drawer 6
A-1652b: Steam Locomotives
Utah Northern engine #11 in storage yard at Pocatello.
1940-1949
Drawer 6
A-1652c: Steam Locomotives
Utah Northern engine #11 in storage yard at Pocatello.
1940-1949
Drawer 6
A-1652d: Steam Locomotives
Steam locomotive of Richmond and Danville Line.
1890-1899
Drawer 6
A-1653: Sketch depicting a wagon train
Sketch is titled "Mountain Meadows." Photo from the Library of Congress.
1877
Drawer 6
A-1654: Sketch of frontier settlers in minnesota building the Boelter Homestead
Photo from the Library of Congress
Undated
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A-1655: Hyde Park School
Left to Right: Back row: Maggie Hancey, Wallace Waite, Hedvig Hansen Bingham, Leland Ashcroft, Hattie Lyons. Middle Row: Gloyd Hyde, Susie Hancey Peterson, George S. Daines, Callie Burnham, Howard M. Grant. Front: Evander Waite, Nellie Perkes Cook, Grover Hancey. George S. Daines was appointed principal July 1, 1902.
1905
Drawer 6
A-1656: Indians fighting Grizzly Bear
Painting by H.H. Cross.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1657: Professor O.C. Marsh and members of his expedition in the field near Fort Bridger, Wyoming
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1658: Drawing depicting little children saying their prayers to their mother
1874
Drawer 6
A-1659: Drawing depicting two Indian men near a pond
Photo from the Library of Congress.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1660: Unidentified Indian
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1661: Murphy, Idaho. Stagecoaches
Silver City. De Lamar Stage leaving Murphy. George W. Warren Collection.
1908
Drawer 6
A-1662: Three pictures of 3 groups of people posed before buildings
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1663a: Unidentified family posed for a photo in front of house
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1663b: A large family posed in front of a house for a photo
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1663c: Buggy with three boys inside in front of a house
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1664a: Lewiston, Utah
Lewiston District School.
1900
Drawer 6
A-1664b: Lewiston, Utah
Yellow Brick Lewiston School, erected 1908.
1912
Drawer 6
A-1664c: Lewiston, Utah
Lewiston State Bank and VanOrden Furniture and Hardware.
1913
Drawer 6
A-1664-2: Smithfield, Utah. Houses
Mary Jane Hunter Lewis House. Born in England, August 15, 1855. Emigrated to Utah 1869. Died in house in 1909. House built 1882-1884 for her by Reuben Newbold. Century Register of Historic Homes.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1665: Two photos of the remains of an old rock house, possibly Mary Jane Hunter Lewis house
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1666a: Two unidentified women in front of a building
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1666b: Family posed in front of a house for a photo
Undated
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A-1667: Newspaper picture
Victor Lindblad, now Scout Executive of the Berkely-Contra Costa Area Council, is shown at left, while Executive of the Cache Valley Council, Logan, Utah. Other Scouters, from left to right, are: Charles N. Miller, former Regional Scout Executive, Dr. James E. West, then Chief Scout Executive from New York, and Joseph Quinning, Council President of the Cache Valley Council.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1668: Photo of an article about a college scout camp
Photograph depicts college age men sitting around a man giving a presentation at a campground.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1669a: Picture of the Logan Temple
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1669b: Group of men stacking hay
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1670: Photo of an article about a college scout camp
Photo depicts young men building a log cabin.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1671: San Diego Region 12 Scout Executives Conference
Standing Left to Right: E.B. Degroot, Elwood Barley, George Kneip, James E. West, Charles Miller, Raymond O. Hansen, Rain Water. Kneeling Left to Right: Homer Bemis, Tallman Trask, Carl Wood (of River Heights). Photo taken by Victor Lindblad of Logan, Utah.
1920
Drawer 6
A-1672: Unidentified man and women waiting at a Railroad station
Undated
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A-1672: Union Pacific engine 1906
Undated
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A-1673a: Morgan, Utah
4-H Club led by De Witt Harding.
1934 June
Drawer 6
A-1673b: Morgan, Utah
Girls Baseball Team. Standing: Lutie Wadsworth, Evelyn, Harding, Bell Littlefield, Janie Parkinson, Kate Littlefield. Sitting: ____? Kendell, Ada Williams, Sophie Turner Grass, Nettie Turner Grass. Gift of Josephine Clark, 1976.
1908
Drawer 6
A-1674a: Ada Waldron and chorus
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1674b: Morgan, Utah. Minstrel Show
1920
Drawer 6
A-1675a: Evelyn B. Harding and friends at a watermelon eating contest (?) at Morgan, Utah
Gift of Josephine Clark, 1976.
1901
Drawer 6
A-1675b: Morgan, Utah. Bands and Orchestras
Sitting: George Taggart, Dan Harding, Thomas Poulson, Henry Johnson. Standing: H.B. Fry, Mae Osgood, Lorenzo S. Eddington, Fred Parkinson, Bob Welch. Gift of Josephine Clark, 1976.
1905
Drawer 6
A-1676a: Morgan, Utah. Band wagon
Gift of Josephine Clark, 1976.
1905
Drawer 6
A-1676b: Milton, Utah
Milton Bridge washed away by high water in the Weber River. Gift of Josephine Clark, 1976.
1930-1939
Drawer 6
A-1677a: Morgan, Utah. Creamery
Don Durrant and Son. Gift of Josephine Clark, 1976.
1920-1929
Drawer 6
A-1677b: Morgan Band
Sitting: Lawrence Clark, Charles Harding, James Peterson, Stanley Rose, Frank Smith. Standing: Irca L. Creager, Richard Fry, Morgan White, Robert Chapin, Calvin Waldron, Wallace Clark, William Eddington, Dan Harding. Gift of Josephine Clark, 1976.
ca. 1908
Drawer 6
A-1678a: Morgan, Utah
Morgan County Courthouse. 1885-1950's. Gift of Josephine Clark, 1976.
Undated
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A-1678b: Morgan, Utah
Creamery. Don Durant and Son making cheese. Gift of Josephine Clark, 1976.
1920-1929
Drawer 6
A-1679a: Horses standing around a wagon
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1679b: Two men standing in front of a Utah Construction Company and Vineyard Cow outfitters tent
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1680a: Ranch Scenes. Nevada
Utah Construction Company Ranch. San Jacinto. Bowman Collection.
1918
Drawer 6
A-1680b: Ranch Scenes. Nevada
Utah Construction Company Ranch, bunk house. San Jacinto, Nevada. Bowman Collection.
1918
Drawer 6
A-1680c: Ranch Scenes. Nevada
Utah Construction Company Ranch, cook house. San Jacinto, Nevada. Bowman Collection.
1918
Drawer 6
A-1681a: Ranch Scenes. Nevada
Shoeing horses in corral. Utah Construction Company Ranch at San Jacinto, Nevada. Bowman Collection.
1918
Drawer 6
A-1681b: Ranch Scenes. Nevada
Loading ice in ice house. Utah Construction Company Ranch at San Jacinto, Nevada. Bowman Collection.
1918
Drawer 6
A-1681c: Ranch Scenes. Nevada
Ranch buildings and equipment. Utah Construction Company Ranch at San Jacinto, Nevada. Bowman Collection.
1918
Drawer 6
A-1682a: David Hale Smith
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1682b: Joseph Smith III
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1683a: Man on a horse in a pen
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1683b: Silo Sermon
Undated
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A-1683c: In the "Peafields of Morgan"
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1683d: Pelts (probably coyotes) loaded on a motor car
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1684a: Ranch Scenes. Nevada
Utah Construction Company ranches in Northeast Elko County. Bowman Collection.
1920-1929
Drawer 6
A-1684b: Ranch Scenes. Nevada
Utah Construction Company ranches in Northeast Elko County. Bowman Collection.
1920-1929
Drawer 6
A-1684c: Ranch Scenes. Nevada
Utah Construction Company ranches in Northeast Elko County. Bowman Collection.
1920-1929
Drawer 6
A-1685a: Lewiston, Utah
Horse-powered threshing machine, early 1900s.
1900
Drawer 6
A-1685b: Lewiston, Utah
Costumed participants for July 4 patriotic tableau.
1912 July 4
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A-1685c: Lewiston, Utah
First UIC trains to enter Lewiston on February 26, 1915. First passengers: Goudy A. Hogan, Samuel F. Werser, Peter E. Van Orden, Dr. John M. Bernhisel, Jr., Joseph W. Leavitt, Eulalie Taggart.
1915 February 26
Drawer 6
A-1686: Lewiston, Utah
Co-operative store; housed first post office. Building probably built in 1876, the date of organization of the Lewiston Co-op M.I.
Undated
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A-1686b: Lewiston, Utah
Photo showing The Lewiston Drug Co. store.
Undated
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A-1686c: Lewiston, Utah
Interior of drug store.
Undated
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A-1687a: Lewiston, Utah
House connected to a store.
Undated
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A-1687b: Lewiston, Utah
Possibly a photo of a church or a city building of some kind.
Undated
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A-1687c: Lewiston, Utah
Lewiston Opera House and Show House.
Undated
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A-1687d: Lewiston, Utah
Building in Lewiston, Utah under construction.
Undated
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A-1688a: Ranch Scenes. Nevada
Range on San Jacinto Ranch. Utah Construction Company. Bowman Collection.
1918
Drawer 6
A-1688b: Ranch Scenes. Nevada
Rabbit Hunt on San Jacinto Ranch. Utah Construction Company. Bowman Collection.
1918
Drawer 6
A-1688c: Ranch Scenes. Nevada
Trail Camp at San Jacinto Ranch. Utah Construction Company. Bowman Collection.
1918
Drawer 6
A-1689a: San Jacinto, Nevada
Remuda. Utah Construction Company Ranch. Bowman Collection.
1915
Drawer 6
A-1689b: San Jacinto, Nevada
Mules. Utah Construction Company Ranch. Bowman Collection.
1915
Drawer 6
A-1689c: San Jacinto, Nevada
Cowboy. Utah Construction Company Ranch. Bowman Collection.
1915
Drawer 6
A-1690: Ranch Scenes. Nevada
Four photos of San Jacinto Ranch, Utah Construction Company. Bowman Collection.
1920-1929
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A-1691a: Lewiston, Utah
Children sitting in front of a toy shop in Lewiston.
Undated
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A-1691b: Lewiston, Utah
Group portrait of three men and three women.
Undated
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A-1691c: Lewiston, Utah. Street Scenes
Street scene in Lewiston.
Undated
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A-1692a: Logan First Presbyterian Church
1950-1959
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A-1692b: Richmond, Utah
Benson Stake LDS Tabernacle. Built 1903-1906. Demolished 1963.
Undated
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A-1692c: Richmond, Utah
Benson Stake LDS Tabernacle. Built 1903-1906. Demolished 1963.
Undated
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A-1693a: Man in a wagon with a team of horses
Undated
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A-1693b: View of corn fields and other crop fields on a farm
Undated
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A-1693c: Looking over fields of grain and alfalfa south of Willard in Box Elder County
Undated
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A-1694a: Ranch Scenes. Nevada
Coyote hides hung on side of a building. Two men skin another in the foreground. Utah Construction Company San Jacinto Ranch. Bowman Collection.
1920-1929
Drawer 6
A-1694b: Ranch Scenes. Nevada
Coyote hides hung in front of a tent. Utah Construction Company San Jacinto Ranch. Bowman collection.
1920-1929
Drawer 6
A-1694c: Ranch Scenes. Nevada
Cattle in loading corrals at Tecoma, Nevada. Town and school in background. Utah Construction Company San Jacinto Ranch. Bowman Collection.
1920-1929
Drawer 6
A-1695a: Ranch Scenes. Nevada
Branding a horse. Utah Construction Company Ranch at San Jacinto. Bowman Collection.
1918
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A-1695b: Ranch Scenes. Nevada
Goshute Indians in camp. Utah Construction Company Ranch at San Jacinto. Bowman Collection.
1918
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A-1695c: Ranch Scenes. Nevada
Trail camp. Utah Construction Company Ranch at San Jacinto. Bowman Collection.
1918
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A-1695d: Ranch Scenes. Nevada
Cowboy with Lariat. Utah Construction Company Ranch at San Jacinto. Bowman Collection.
1918
Drawer 6
A-1696: Two photos of sculptures of travelers. The first is of pioneers
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1697a: Ranch Scenes. Nevada
Ranch Buildings. San Jacinto Ranch, Utah Construction Company.
1918
Drawer 6
A-1697b: Ranch Scenes. Nevada
Ranch Buildings. San Jacinto Ranch, Utah Construction Company. Bowman Collection.
1918
Drawer 6
A-1697c: Ranch Scenes. Nevada
Reinforced banks of river bed- probably Falls Creek, Nevada. Bowman Collection.
1918
Drawer 6
A-1698a: Ranch Scenes. Nevada
Cowboys. Utah Construction Company Ranch at San Jacinto. Bowman Collection.
1918
Drawer 6
A-1698b: Ranch Scenes. Nevada
Mules. Utah Construction Company Ranch at San Jacinto. Bowman Collection.
1918
Drawer 6
A-1698c: Ranch Scenes. Nevada
Mules. Utah Construction Company Ranch at San Jacinto. Bowman Collection.
1918
Drawer 6
A-1699a: Ranch Scenes. Nevada
3 cowboys with lariats. Bowman Collection.
1918
Drawer 6
A-1699b: Ranch Scenes. Nevada
Unidentified Northeast Nevada ranch- probably owned by Utah Construction Company. Bowman Collection.
1918
Drawer 6
A-1699c: San Jacinto, Nevada
Bowman Collection.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1700a: View of a valley
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1700b: A family testing out a motor car near a house
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1701a: Group of people by a train that is advertising Consolidated Wagon and Machine Co.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1701b: Moving Cattle across railroad tracks
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1701c: Railroad station. Location unknown
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1702a: Tremonton, Utah. Views
Box Elder County Fair view looking north.
1923
Drawer 6
A-1702b: Two men posed for a photo
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1703a: Pioneer Woman (?)
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1703b: Cole Younger after 1887 capture in Northfield
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1704a: James Henry Younger
Lived from 1848-1902. Captured after Northfield Raid September 21, 1876.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1704b: Robert Ewing Younger
Lived from 1853-1889. Captured after Northfield Raid September 21, 1876.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1705a: Carving in rock
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1705b: Carving in rock
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1706a: Ranch Scenes
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1706b: Ranch Scenes
View of field with ranch buildings in distance.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1706c: Sheep grazing in a pasture
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1707: Missing
Drawer 6
A-1708: Agricultural Machinery
Horse-powered hay baler.
1880-1889
Drawer 6
A-1709: Old building with tires and farm equipment outside
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1710: Abraham Lincoln giving a speech
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1711: Central Pacific Railroad Locomotives
Shenectady Locomotives.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1712: Ranch Scenes. Nevada
San Jacinto Ranch, Utah Construction Company. Bowman Collection.
1920-1929
Drawer 6
A-1713: Unidentified group of young men and women. Possibly a school photo
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1714: Group of unidentified U.S. soldiers posed for a photo
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1715: Large group of men, women and children harvesting wheat by hand
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1716: Pony express rider
Rider greets workers building first Transcontinental Telegraph line, 1861. Photo of Painting by W.H. Jackson.
1861
Drawer 6
A-1717: Group of people posed on and near a buggy on the road
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1718: Example of irrigation. Horse and buggy in background
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1719: Large group of cattle grazing in a field
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1720a: Salt Lake City, Utah. Kilns
Old Limestone mine in a gulch short of Shriner's Hospital (the lower mine).
1960-1969
Drawer 6
A-1720b: Salt Lake City, Utah. Kilns
Remnants of a lime kiln at the lower mine in Limekiln Gulch.
1960-1969
Drawer 6
A-1720c: Salt Lake City, Utah. Kilns
Map indluding location of Limekiln Gulch.
1960-1969
Drawer 6
A-1720d: Salt Lake City, Utah. Kilns
Old Limestone mine in a gulch north of Shriner's Hospital in Lime Gulch.
1960-1969
Drawer 6
A-1721a: Salem, Utah. Mines
Dream mine. Superintendents home.
1964 November
Drawer 6
A-1721b: Salem, Utah. Mines
Shops and bunkhouse at the Dream Mine.
1964 November
Drawer 6
A-1721c: Salem, Utah. Mines
Dream Mine. Ore bins and mill.
1964 November
Drawer 6
A-1722a: Sacramento, California. Peace Officers
Sheriff Ben McCullough. 2nd Sheriff of Sacramento.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1722b: Sacramento, California. Peace Officers
Sheriff A.D. Peterson. 3rd Sheriff of Sacramento.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1723a: Sacramento, California. Peace Officers
Sheriff David Hunt. 4th sheriff of Sacramento.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1723b: Sacramento, California. Peace Officers
Sheriff William Manlove. Sixth sheriff.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1724a: Sacramento, California. Peace Officers
Sheriff Sylvestar Marshall. 7th sheriff of Sacramento.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1724b: Sacramento, California. Peace Officers
Sheriff Benjamin Bugbey. 8th sheriff of Sacramento.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1725a: Sacramento, California. Peace Officers
Sheriff James McClatchy. 9th sheriff of Sacramento.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1725b: Sacramento, California. Peace Officers
10th Sheriff of Sacramento.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1726a: Sacramento, California. Peace Officers
Sheriff Edward White. 11th sheriff of Sacramento.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1726b: Sacramento, California. Peace Officers
Sheriff Joseph Woods. 12th sheriff of Sacramento.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1727a: Sacramento, California. Peace Officers
Sheriff Michael Bryle. 13th sheriff of Sacramento.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1727b: Sacramento, California. Peace Officers
Sheriff Hugh M. LaRue. 14th sheriff of Sacramento.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1728a: Sacramento, California. Peace Officers
Sheriff Moses Drew. 15th and 19th sheriff of Sacramento.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1728b: Sacramento, California. Peace Officers
Sheriff Adolf Heilbron. 16th sheriff of Sacramento.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1729a: Sacramento, California. Peace Officers
Sheriff Jess Wilson. 18th sheriff of Sacramento.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1729b: Sacramento, California. Peace Officers
Sheriff George McMullen. 20th sheriff of Sacramento.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1730a: Sacramento, California. Peace Officers
Sheriff Lee Stanley. 21st sheriff of Sacramento.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1730b: Sacramento, California. Peace Officers
Sheriff Thomas O'Neil. 22nd sheriff of Sacramento.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1731a: Sacramento, California. Peace Officers
Sheriff Frank Johnson. 23rd sheriff of Sacramento.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1731b: Sacramento, California. Peace Officers
Sheriff Edward Reese. 25th sheriff of Sacramento.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1732a: Sacramento, California. Peace Officers
Sheriff David Reese. 24th sheriff of Sacramento.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1732b: Sacramento, California. Peace Officers
Sheriff David Reese and his staff. Frank Johnson included.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1733a: Sacramento, California. Peace Officers
Sheriff David Ahern. 26th sheriff of Sacramento.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1733b: Sacramento, California. Peace Officers
Sheriff William Gormley. 27th sheriff of Sacramento.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1734a: Sacramento, California. Peace Officers
Sheriff Ellis James. 28th sheriff of Sacramento.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1734b: Sacramento, California. Peace Officers
Sheriff John Misterly. 30th sheriff of Sacramento.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1735: Sheriff Duane Lowe
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1736: Sacramento's prison ship "La Grange"
Acquired May 1849. Moored at the foot of H Street on the river. It became the official police station and jail boat.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1737: Wedding photo of Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Earp
Married October 17, 1970.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1738: Hobart T. Earp
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1739: Chief Clye Nino Cochise, Hobart T. Earp and wife, Pop Warner
Chief Cly Nino Cochise. He was the last of the great war chiefs- 96 yeas old in photograph. Hobart T. Earp- sheriff. Shika Sina- wife of sheriff. Pop Warner-one of the last bounty hunters of the old west.
1970 October15
Drawer 6
A-1740: Photo at Hobart T. Earp's wedding
Left to right: Everett Brownsey (Marshall of Tombstone), Hobart T. Earp, Anne "Shika Sina" Earp, Bernice Escapule, Polly Smith, Florine Reeves, Mildred Brownsey.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1741: Logan Canyon, Utah
Section of highway and Logan River. Gift of the Herald Journal.
1970-1979
Drawer 6
A-1742: Unidentified family in front of their home
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1743: Two photos of an abandoned building, probably a house
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1744: Hyrum, Utah
National Defense Topographic Drafting Class. CCC enrolled at Hyrum, Utah.
1936
Drawer 6
A-1745a: Sketch of an unidentified woman holding a dagger
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1745b: Profile photo of an unidentified Indian
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1746: Bear River Canyon, Utah
Looking from Box Elder east toward Cache County. Union Pacific Railroad Trestle on right. Photo by C.R. Savage.
1891
Drawer 6
A-1747: Butte, Montana
Uncle of Wilma Larsen (deceased). Donated by R.J. Larsen (husband), a custodian in the spectrum.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1748: Butte, Montana
Uncle of Wilma Larsen (deceased). Donated by R.J. and Wilma Larsen.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1749: Miss Wilma Wiser in store in Butte, Montana
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1750a: Charles Crimson, pioneer mill builder
Engraving by E.G. Williams.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1750b: Unidentified homestead in a farming area
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1751a: Shooting range in Green Canyon: Foundation for a building
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1751b: Engraving of an unidentified Indian family
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1752a: Verna Bowman in a group of people
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1752b: Verna Bowman with a group of people
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1752c: Unidentified man driving a buggy
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1752d: Two unidentified men at camp
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1753a: Salt Lake City. Public Buildings
The Salt Palace.
1967
Drawer 6
A-1753b: Maurico Abravanel, conductor, Utah Symphony Orchestra
1970
Drawer 6
A-1754a: Typical homestead house.
Located in Yost, Box Elder County.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1754b: Old Linwood Mercantile
Willard Schofield and George Rasmussen standing in front.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1754c: Jarvie Store. Brown's Park, Utah
John Jarvie supplied Butch Cassidy and other members of the wild bunch. Jarvie was robbed and murdered in this building in 1909, and his body was set adrift on the Green River, in a plot constructed in 1870's.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1755a: Matt Warner left his name and a picture of the family cow in axle grease on the ledges of Buckhorn Draw
Photo by R.D. Menzies. Courtesy of Joyce Warner.
1920 February 17
Drawer 6
A-1755b: Frozen landscape
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1756: Six views of construction of a road, probably a highway
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1757: Four views of constructon of road, probably a highway
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1758: Logan Canyon. Utah
Toll Gate and cabin at the mouth of the Canyon. Gift of Mrs. Lee Hansen, Mink Creek, Idaho.
1882
Drawer 6
A-1759a: Fred W. Hodgson, an architect in Logan, Utah
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1759b: Grave of Frank Willis
Husband of "Queen Anne" Bassett, just outside the Bassett Cemetery, Brown's Park. He refused to be buried in the same cemetery with Anne's brother the "Bassett Kid," a member of the wild bunch.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1759c: Bill Grounds
1 year old Bill Grounds. He captured the "Bassett Kid".
1881
Drawer 6
A-1760: Park City, Utah. Mines
Silver King Coalition Mines.
1970-1979
Drawer 6
A-1761: Logan, Utah. LDS Hospital
Photo from southwest.
1975
Drawer 6
A-1762a: Newhouse, Utah
Opera House.
1916
Drawer 6
A-1762b: Newhouse, Utah
Amusement Hall. Close-up of entrance.
1916
Drawer 6
A-1763a: Newhouse, Utah
Amusement Hall.
1916
Drawer 6
A-1763b: Newhouse, Utah
Beer Parlor.
1916
Drawer 6
A-1764: Newhouse, Utah
Two photos of Newhouse Mill interior.
1916
Drawer 6
A-1765a: Newhouse, Utah
view of Cactus Club Opera House.
1916
Drawer 6
A-1765b: Newhouse, Utah
Newhouse Mill No. 2.
1916
Drawer 6
A-1766a: Newhouse, Utah
Game Room in Amusement Hall.
1916
Drawer 6
A-1766b: Newhouse, Utah
View of the interior of Newhouse Mill.
1916
Drawer 6
A-1767a: Newhouse, Utah
Home of Supt., Cactus Mill.
1916
Drawer 6
A-1767b: Newhouse, Utah
Reading Room in Amusement Hall.
1916
Drawer 6
A-1768a: Railroads
Railroad beween Newhouse and Frisco.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1768b: Newhouse, Utah
Generator at Cactus Mill.
1916
Drawer 6
A-1769a: Newhouse, Utah
Street scene in Newhouse, showing workers' houses.
1916
Drawer 6
A-1769b: Trains and trestle at Newhouse Mill.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1770a: Newhouse, Utah
Switchboard in Newhouse.
1916
Drawer 6
A-1770b: Newhouse, Utah
View of town from the mill.
1916
Drawer 6
A-1771a: Daughters of Utah Pioneers monument
Monument of the Bear River Massacre.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1771b: Wagon Train
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1772: Battle Creek, Idaho
Two photos of Batttle Creek Ravine. Photos by Allan H. Swainston.
1975
Drawer 6
A-1773a: Jack London
Lived from 1876-1916. London's Bookplate.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1773b: Jack London
Lived from 1876-1916. On horseback at his Glen Ellen, California, ranch.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1774a: Newhouse, Utah
Train on trestle at entrance to Cactus Mill.
1916
Drawer 6
A-1774b: Newhouse, Utah
Prospector's Shack.
1916
Drawer 6
A-1775: Logan Utah. Stores
Smith and Christiansen General Merchandise located at 31 North Main.
1880-1889
Drawer 6
A-1776a: Cornish, Utah. Churches
LDS Ward Meeting house built 1911. Given to Cornish School, May 1, 1936, and used as a gymnasium.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1776b: Cornish, Utah. Churches
LDS Chapel. Built 1917 by West Cache Sugar Company as Hotel for sugar company workers. Given to LDS Ward and remodeled as church 1936.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1777: Cornish, Utah. Church
Built 1917 by West Cache Sugar Company as Hotel for sugar company workers. Remodeled as church 1936.
1960-1969
Drawer 6
A-1778a: Cornish Sugar Factory. Cornish, Utah
West Cache Sugar Company.
ca. 1926
Drawer 6
A-1778b: Cornish Sugar Factory. Cornish, Utah
West Cache Sugar Company.
ca. 1917
Drawer 6
A-1779: West Cache Sugar Company. Cornish, Utah
Photo of the Cornish Sugar Factory.
1920
Drawer 6
A-1780a: Newhouse, Utah
Miners' Hospital.
1916
Drawer 6
A-1780b: Newhouse, Utah
Post office and store.
1916
Drawer 6
A-1781: Unidentified Class photo
Children look like they are about 8-9 years old.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1782a: Railroad Station in Newhouse, Utah
1916
Drawer 6
A-1782b: Newhouse, Utah
Interior of Opera House.
1916
Drawer 6
A-1783a: Newhouse, Utah
Reverse Side of Amusement Hall in Newhouse.
1916
Drawer 6
A-1783b: Newhouse, Utah
Cactus Cafe in Newhouse.
1916
Drawer 6
A-1784a: Logan, Utah. Street Scenes
Fish-eye view of intersection of Main and Center Streets. Trinity Methodist Church on the left side of picture, with Thatcher Bank and Opera House in center.
1894
Drawer 6
A-1784b: Mormon Church. Temples. Salt Lake City
View of the LDS Salt Lake Temple.
1898
Drawer 6
A-1785: Brighton, Utah. Farm Scenes
Andrew Wood Cooley and 4 wives with families.
1880-1889
Drawer 6
A-1786: Newton, Utah. School Class
1st Row: Bessie Griffin, (Mrs. Willard Ballard), Mamie Nelson (Harris), Lucy Barker (Mrs. George Robinson), May Griffin (Mrs. Lew. Jenkins), Elnora Christensen. 2nd Row: Loretta Larson (Mrs. Billy Patterson), Teacher Luella Parkinson (Mrs. Matthias Cowley), Olive Beck (Mrs. Samuel Clarke), Alice Jenkins (Mrs. Christian L. Christensen). 3rd Row: Minnie Funk, Mina Funk (Mrs. John E. Griffin), Hattie Griffin (Mrs. Henry Jenkins), Peter Jenson, David Robert Clarke, William Nelson, Fidelia Haskell (Mrs. Amos R.E. Clarke), Fannie Parsons (Mrs William Barker), Moroni Beck. 4th Row: Samuel Clarke, Joseph J. Larson, John E. Griffin, Walter Griffin, Nephi Larson, Joe M. Larson.
1888
Drawer 6
A-1787: Charles Clifford Goodwin
Born September 17, 1840 in Statford-on-Avon, Warwickshire, England. Died December 19, 1927 in Long Beach, California.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1788: Logan, Utah. Views
Birds eye view of Logan City. Photo of lithograph.
1875
Drawer 6
A-1789a: Logan, Utah. Fires
Tingwall Fire. November 9, 1948.
1948 November 9
Drawer 6
A-1789b: Logan, Utah. Building Construciton
Stone-work of third floor of LCMI Building during remodeling of First National Bank after Tingwall Fire.
1949
Drawer 6
A-1790a: Logan, Utah. Buildings
Third floor of LCMI building after the Tingwall Fire.
1949
Drawer 6
A-1790b: Logan, Utah. Buildings
Woolworth Building and First National Bank during remodeling after Tingwall Fire.
1949
Drawer 6
A-1791a: Logan, Utah. Buildings
Interior of 3rd floor. Tingwall Building. (Z.C.M.I.) after the fire of November 9.
1948
Drawer 6
A-1791b: Logan, Utah. Buildings
F.W. Woolworth and First National Bank during remodeling in summer of 1949.
1949
Drawer 6
A-1792a: Logan, Utah. Fires
Tingwall Fire, November 9, 1948. Shows Masonic Hall on 2nd Floor, First National Bank Building.
1948 November 9
Drawer 6
A-1792b: Logan, Utah. Fires
Tingwall Fire, November 9, 1948.
1948 November 9
Drawer 6
A-1793a: Logan, Utah. Fires
Tingwall Fire, November 9, 1948. According to Logan Fire Department records, alarm turned on at 4:22 a.m. and fire contained at 9:42 p.m.
1948 November 9
Drawer 6
A-1793b: Logan, Utah. Fires
Tingwall Fire, November 9, 1948.
1948 November 9
Drawer 6
A-1794a: Logan, Utah. Fires
Two views of Tingwall Fire, November 9, 1948.
1948 November 9
Drawer 6
A-1795a: Logan, Utah. Buildings
F.W. Woolworth building and First National Bank.
1949
Drawer 6
A-1795b: Logan, Utah. Fires
Tingwall Fire, November 9, 1948.
1948 November 9
Drawer 6
A-1796: Reuben Van Ornum or Reuban Ban Orman
Reuben Van Ornum (front row, center) and the fighters and scouts who rescued him from the Shoshone at Providence, Utah, November 1862. The boy's uncle, Zacheus Van Ornum, organizer of the expedition, is front row, 2nd from left.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1797a: Portrait of William B. Preston (1830-1908)
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1797b: Portrait of John Taylor (1808-1887)
President of the LDS Church 1880-1887.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1798: Cornish, Utah. West Cache Sugar Company Factory
Factory built 1917. Operated 1917-1923, 1926. Dismantled 1926.
1917
Drawer 6
A-1799a: Sarah Godwin Brown Goodwin Of Logan, Utah. (1840-1912)
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1799b: T.W.R. Nelson of Logan, Utah and Preston, Idaho
Brother of Black Jack Nelson.
Undated
Drawer 6
A-1800: Pisa, Italy
Bridge over the Arno River destroyed by pin-point bombing by 12th Air Force. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1944

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Container(s): Drawer Drawer 7

Container(s)DescriptionDates
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Drawer 7
A-1801: Airplanes
B-25 Mitchells of the 12th Air Force flying through heavy flak toward bombing target in northern Italy. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1944
Drawer 7
A-1802: Pisa, Italy
Rail yards after attack by bombers of the Mediterranean Allied Air Forces. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1944
Drawer 7
A-1803: France
Field in southern France littered with gliders that hauled airborne infantry-men who participated in the invasion of southern France on 15 August, 1944. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1944
Drawer 7
A-1804: Ships
Aerial photo of the French Battleship Strasbourg in Toulon Harbor after destruction by planes of the Mediterranean Allied Air Forces. General John K. Cannon Collection.
Undated
Drawer 7
A-1805: Toulon, France
Port installations at Toulon damaged by attacking Mediterranean Allied Air Forces Planes. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1944
Drawer 7
A-1806: Toulon, France
B-26 Marauder of the 12th Air Force loses right engine to German Flak. A few seconds later it crashed into Toulon. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1944
Drawer 7
A-1807: Caserta, Italy
Aerial view of the Royal Palace. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1944
Drawer 7
A-1808: Capri. Scenes
Photo shot through fishing net. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1944
Drawer 7
A-1809: Pisa, Italy
Aerial view showing bombed Arno River Bridge. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1944
Drawer 7
A-1810: Florence, Italy
Aerial view showing German shelling of Ponte Vecchio. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1944
Drawer 7
A-1811: Pisa, Italy
Burned out rail cars in the yards at Pisa after an attack by bombers of the Mediterranean Allied Air Forces. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1944
Drawer 7
A-1812: Toulon, France
French battleship Strasbourg and an un-named ship in harbor after attack by Mediterranean Allied Air Force planes. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1944
Drawer 7
A-1813: Cassino, Italy
Hangmans Hill at Cassino after the aerial attack. New Zealanders made an epic stand here but lost the hill because of intense fire from the adjacent hill. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1944
Drawer 7
A-1814: Views of the Island Capri
General John K. Cannon Collection.
1944
Drawer 7
A-1815: Toulon, France
French shipping sunk in Toulon Harbor by planes of the 15th air force. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1944
Drawer 7
A-1816: Cassino, Italy
Bombardment of the Monastery. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1944
Drawer 7
A-1817: Leghorn, Italy
Aerial view of bombed factory after attack by 12th Air Force. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1944
Drawer 7
A-1818: Marseilles, Fance
Aerial view showing German demolition to causeway in the harbor. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1944
Drawer 7
A-1819: Airplanes
F-5 on a reconnaissance mission in Italy. The photo- reconnaissance planes were converted P-38s. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1944
Drawer 7
A-1820: Marshal Tito (left) and Lt. Gen. Brehon B. Somervell
Interpreter is woman at right. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1944
Drawer 7
A-1821: Airplanes
A P-47 Thunder bomber of the 12th Air Force. Italian Campaign. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1944
Drawer 7
A-1822: Capri. Scenes
Fishing boats in the harbor of Capri. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1944
Drawer 7
A-1823: France
Aerial photo of paratroopers jumping into southern France during the allied invasion of August 15, 1944. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1944
Drawer 7
A-1824: Airplanes
C-47 troop carrier with invasion markings. These planes dropped paratroopers into France and Greece. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1944
Drawer 7
A-1825: Naples, Italy
Allied invasion fleet in the Harbor of Naples prior to sailing to participate in Operation Anvil, the invasion of southern France, August 15, 1944. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1944
Drawer 7
A-1826: Airplanes
B-26 Marauder of 12th Air Force flies through heavy flak en route to bomb Florence-Rome rail lines. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1944
Drawer 7
A-1827: U.S. Undersecretary of War. Robert P. Patterson (left) with Marshal Tito and interpreter
General John K. Cannon Collection.
1944
Drawer 7
A-1828: Artillery
Captured German railroad gun, used against allied beachhead at Anzio. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1944
Drawer 7
A-1829: Capri. Street Scenes
Photo shows people shopping in a market and a large clock. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1944
Drawer 7
A-1830: Airplanes
Formation of B-25 Mitchell Bombers of the 12th Air Force, First invasion Air Force with service in Africa, Sicily, Italy, and France. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1944
Drawer 7
A-1831: Airplanes
B-26 Marauders of the 12th Air Force, veterans of every invasion effort in the Mediterranean Theatre. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1943
Drawer 7
A-1832: U.S. Army
Fifth Army, Bologna area, Italy. Lt. Gen. John K. Cannon, C-in-C, Mediterranean Allied Air Forces and Gen. Joseph McNarney, Deputy Supreme Allied Commander, Mediterranean Theatre, leaving the van of Lt. Gen. Lucian Truscott, Jr. U.S Fifth Army. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1945 April 24
Drawer 7
A-1833: U.S. Army
Fifth Army, Bologna Area, Italy. Lt. Gen. John K. Cannon, C-in-C of Mediterranean Allied Air Forces; Gen. Joseph McNarney, Deputy Supreme Allied Commander, Mediterranean Theatre; Lt. Gen. Lucian K. Truscott, Jr., C.G Fifth Army leaving the war room at Truscott's post. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1945 April 24
Drawer 7
A-1834: U.S. Army. Bologna, Italy
Gen. Joseph Mcnarney, Dep. Supreme Allied Commander, Med. Theatre, and Lt Gen. John K. Cannon visiting with Brig. Gen Edgar E. Humo, G-5, Fifth Army at headquarters in Bologna.General John K. Cannon Collection.
1945 April 23
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A-1835: U.S. Army
Major Gen. John K. Cannon, new Commander Allied Air Forces in the Mediterranean with his predecessor Air Marshal Sir Arthur Coningham. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1943
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A-1836: U.S. Army. Italy
Lt. Gen. John K. Cannon, Brig. Gen. Edgar E. Hume, Gen. Joseph McNarney looking at photos pinned to Italian flag of partisans killed by Germans and Fascists just before the fall of Bologna. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1945 April 24
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A-1837: U.S. Army. Italy
Gen. Joseph McNarney and Lt. Gen. John K. Cannon leaving plane at Florence on first stop of tour of U. S. Fifth Army elements. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1945
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A-1838: U.S. Army. Italy
Lt. Gen. John K. Cannon, Lt. Gen. Lucian Truscott, Jr., and Gen. Joseph McNarney conferring at 5th Army C.P. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1945 April 23
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A-1839: U.S. Army. Italy
Major Gen. Benjamin W. Chidlaw, commanding Gen. 12th Air Force greeting Generals Cannon and McNarney at Florence on their tour of 5th Army elements. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1945 April 23
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A-1840: U.S. Army. Italy
Generals Cannon, McNarney, and Truscott at 5th Army C.P. near Bologna. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1945
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A-1841: U.S. Army. Italy
Generals Cannon and McNarney leaving headquarters at Bologna for visit to forward areas. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1945 April 24
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A-1842: Copenhagen, Denmark
General John K. Cannon arrives at Copenhagen Air show with Christian X, King of Denmark. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1946
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A-1843: Copenhagen, Denmark
Major General William E. Kepner escorts Queen Alexandrine Augustine of Denmark at Copenhagen Air Show. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1946
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A-1844: Copenhagen, Denmark
Major General William E. Kepner and Queen Alexandrine greet B-25 Crew at U.S.A.A.F. Exposition. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1946
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A-1845: Copenhagen, Denmark
Queen Alexandrine of Denmark being shown bombay doors on supervision of Copenhagen Air Show. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1946
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A-1846: Copenhagen, Denmark
Danish crowd inspecting P-38 at Copenhagen USAAF Exposition. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1946
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A-1847: Copenhagen, Denmark
Crowds inside Exposition grounds just prior to Air Show. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1946
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A-1848: Copenhagen, Denmark
Fly-over of U.S. planes, Copenhagen Air Show. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1946
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A-1849: Two portraits of John Kenneth Cannon (1892-1955)
General John K. Cannon Collection.
Undated
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A-1850: Copenhagen, Denmark
General John K. Cannon bids farewell to King Christian X of Denmark after Copenhagen air show. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1946
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A-1851: World War II. USS Missouri. Tokyo Bay
Envoys of the Empire of Japan arriving for surrender aboard battleship Missouri. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1945 September 2
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A-1852: Wold War II. USS Missouri. Tokyo Bay
General Yoshijiro Ilmezu signs surrender document on behalf of the Japanese Imperial Army. Center: Lt. Gen. Richard K. Sutherland, Gen. Douglas MacArthur's chief of staff. Left: Gen. Douglas MacArthur. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1945 September 2
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A-1853: World War II. USS Missouri. Tokyo Bay
Mamoru Shigemitsu, Minister of Foreign Affairs signs Surrender Document on behalf of the Emperor. Lt. Gen. Richard K. Sutherland faces him across the table. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1945 September 2
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A-1854: World War II. USS Missouri. Tokyo Bay
Admiral of the Fleet Chester W. Nimitz signs surrender document on behalf of the United States. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1945 September 2
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A-1855: Italy. Bridges
Bridge destroyed by allied bombing. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1944
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A-1856: Italy. Bridges
Bridge destroyed by allied bombing. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1944
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A-1857: Pescara, Italy
Bomb damage to railway yard of this Adriatic city. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1943
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A-1858: Toulon, France
Aerial photo of French battleship Strasbourg in Toulon Harbor, after being scuttled by the French Navy. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1944
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A-1859: Italy
Rail yard destroyed by allied bombing. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1944
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A-1860: Pescara, Italy
Rail yard destroyed by allied bombing. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1944
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A-1861: Pescara, Italy (?)
Bomb damage to rail yards. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1944
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A-1862: Pescara, Italy (?)
Railway yards and railroad cars destroyed by allied bombing. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1944
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A-1863: Pescara, Italy (?)
Locomotive destroyed by allied bombing of rail yards. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1944
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A-1864: Arezzo, Italy
Bomb damage to rail yards. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1944
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A-1865: Toulon, France
Scuttled ships of the French fleet in Toulon Harbor. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1944
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A-1866: Artillery
German railroad gun used against allied beachhead at Anzio. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1944
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A-1867: Pisa, Italy
Burned out rail cars in yards near Pisa. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1944
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A-1868: Pisa, Italy
Burned out passenger cars on railroad near Pisa, Italy. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1944
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A-1869: Italy. War Damage
Bombed train and railroad bridge. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1944
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A-1870: War Damage. Italy
Crashed German plane shot down by planes of Mediterranean Allied Air Force. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1944
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A-1871: War Damage. Italy
Solders of U.S Fifth Army inspecting wreckage of crashed Luftwaffe plane shot down by Allied Air Force. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1944
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A-1872: Italy. Bombing
Railroad car destroyed by pin-point allied bombing. Italian village in background. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1944
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A-1873: Italy. War Damage
Harbor and boats destroyed by allied bombing. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1944
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A-1874: War Damage. Italy
Aerial photo of German vehicles destroyed by allied strafing. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1944
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A-1875: France. War Damage
Shore railroad line destroyed by allied bombing. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1944
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A-1876: France. War Damage
German vehicles destroyed by allied strafing, near Toulon. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1944
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A-1877: Artillery. France
French howitzer used by German army and captured during invasion of Southern France. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1944
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A-1878: France. War Damage
Wreck of German convoy, trucks, wagons, artillery, destroyed by allied air force. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1944
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A-1879: France. War Damage
Wrecked truck carrying petroleum drums. Destroyed by allied air force strafing. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1944
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A-1880: France. War Damage
Wehrmacht vehicles destroyed by allied air attacks. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1944
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A-1881: Italy. War Damage
Rolling stock destroyed by attacks of Mediterranean Allied Air Force. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1944
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A-1882: France. War Damage
Wreck of German convoy destroyed by allied air force. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1944
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A-1883: France. War Damage
Wreck of Wehrmacht convoy destroyed by M.A.A.F. attacks. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1944
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A-1884: France. War Damage
German vehicles destroyed by bombs by M.A.A.F. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1944
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A-1885: France. War Damage
German tank destroyed by allied air force bombing. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1944
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A-1886: Fance. War Damage
German vehicles: autos, motorcyles, etc. destroyed by allied air force attacks. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1944
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A-1887: France. War Damage
French children inspecting German vehicle destroyed by allied air attack. Note stone terraces in background. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1944
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A-1888: France. War Damage
French children inspecting German vehicle destroyed by allied air attack. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1944
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A-1889: France. War Damage
French children inspecting Wehrmacht vehicle destroyed by allied air attack. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1944
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A-1890: France. War Damage
Three photos taken by allied airplane showing attack upon and explosion of German truck. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1944
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A-1891: France. War Damage
Aerial photo showing German convoy under allied air attack. General John K. Cannon Collection.
1944
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A-1892: Smithfield, Utah. Mormon Churches
Two photos of the Smithfield Tabernacle.
1950-1959
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A-1893a: Lewiston, Utah
Laying first sidewalks in Lewiston.
1917
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A-1893b: Lewiston, Utah
July 4th celebration, Lewiston Town Square.
1906
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A-1893c: Lewiston, Utah
Opera House.
1912
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A-1893d: Lewiston, Utah
View looking north along Main Street from Center Street intersection.
Undated
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A-1894: Letter inquiring about tugboat from C.H. Lamberson to I.B. Perrino.
1906 August 15
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A-1895: Reply to tugboat inquiry stating price
1906 August 16
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A-1896: Letter to Twin Falls Land and Water Company
Letter from N.W. Chastain of Rock Creek, Idaho, inquiring about work.
1906 April 2
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A-1897: T.F. Land and Water Company reply
Letter says that they might have work for him and his wife.
1906 April 5
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A-1898: Broadside advertising room and board for workers in Idaho and Washington
Undated
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A-1899: Rexburg, Idaho. Drug Stores
Interior views of drug store. USU Local History Project.
1918
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A-1900a: Fruit Culture
Vegetable and fruit arrangement. Promotion for Idaho Irrigation Company. USU Local History Project.
1916
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A-1900b: Pocatello, Idaho. Motor Bus Lines
Pocatello-Ashton Auto Stage in front of First National Bank of Pocatello. USU Local History Project.
1920-1929
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A-1901a: Lapwai, Idaho. Views
Photo of Lithograph.
1877
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A-1901b: Indian Wars. Nez Perces
Caption on photo reads, " In pursuit of Joseph." Photo of a Lithograph.
1877
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A-1902: Interior view of miners' dining tent. Idaho, DPL
Undated
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A-1903: Photo of cover of Rand, McNally and Co. pocket map and shipper's guide of Idaho
Undated
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A-1904a: Pocatello, Idaho. Drug Stores
Interior view of Pixley Drug store showing Mr. and Mrs. Carl H. Pixley.
1908
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A-1904b: Photo of a page of a Shoshone, Idaho newspaper
Undated
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A-1905a: American Falls, Idaho. Views
Two views before and after city was inundated by rising waters of American Falls Reservoir.
1926-1927
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A-1905b: Pocatello, Idaho. Camping
Pocatello Tourist Park.
1920-1929
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A-1906a: Goup of young children standing by a large buggy. Adults sit in the buggy
Undated
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A-1906b: Pocatello, Idaho
Fire engine and horse drawn engine.
1914
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A-1907: Map of a section of Idaho [?]
Undated
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A-1908: Map of a section of Washington [?]
Undated
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A-1909: Map of a section of Washington [?]
Undated
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A-1910: Atlanta, Idaho. Houses
Interior of Emil Gaetz kitchen.
1890-1899
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A-1911: Twin Falls, Idaho. Street Railroads
Battery powered electric railway cars of the Twin Falls Railway Company stopped in front of a school. Railroad abandoned in 1924. The two cars were the only two comissioned for the railroad.
1920-1929
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A-1912: Twin Falls, Idaho. Celebrations and Holidays
4th of July Celebration in the park. Caption on photo reads, "Free Ice Cream Cones a part of every fourth of July Celebration."
1916
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A-1913: Rigby, Idaho. Houses
Log house of Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Lowe. In center of photo Lilly and Cyrus Lowe (with moustache).
1900
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A-1914: Glenns Ferry, Idaho. Railroads
Oregon Short Line Engine #758 at Glenns Ferry Station.
1889
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A-1915: Snake River, Washington. Steamboats
Steamer loading sacks of threshed grain from Palouse Prairies, on Snake River between Riparia, Washington, and Lewiston, Idaho.
1890-1899
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A-1916: Weiser, Idaho. Railroads
Driving the first spike of the Pacific and Northern Railroad, May 16, 1899. Photo by G.E. Tonkin. Pacific and Idaho Northern Railroad connected Weiser and New Meadows.
1899
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A-1917: Unidentified man in a buggy on a remote road
Undated
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A-1918: Buhl, Idaho. Schools
Sixth grade sewing class at Buhl High School.
1917
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A-1919: Payette, Idaho. Stores
D.S. Lamme General Store. First store in Boomerang (now Payette), Idaho.
1901
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A-1920: Nez Perce, Indians
Nez Perce Chief and attendant. Chief holds a War Pole.
1870-1879
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A-1921: Photo of a broadside advertising various companies in Idaho and Washington
Undated
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A-1922: Two pages out of a brochure called Idaho Club Woman. Advertises sights to see in Idaho [?]
Undated
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A-1923: Star, Idaho. Street Railroads
Boise and Interurban Railway Car #4 at Star Depot.
1920-1929
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A-1924: Ogden, Utah. Views
Downtown Ogden, looking East across public square from Union Depot. Photo by S. T. Whitaker.
1901
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A-1925: Polly Bemir. Certificate of Residence
1892
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A-1926: Elizabeth Penny
Half-breed Nez Perce.
Undated
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A-1927: Map of the Territory of Idaho
Undated
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A-1928: Portrait of an Unidentified family of Indians. There are two parents and a young girl
Undated
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A-1929: Photo of a map of Idaho
Undated
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A-1930: Ogden, Utah. Stores
Sidney Stevens Implement Company Building. Built 1869-1870. Located at 2436 Washington Blvd.
1880-1889
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A-1931: Missing
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A-1932: Elsinore, Utah
Schoolchildren at Elsinore Public School.
1890-1899
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A-1933: Alice Jasperson. Goshen, Utah
Sewing American flag, probably for World War I patriotic use. Photo on wall shows military training camp.
1917
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A-1934: Manti, Utah. Farm Scenes
Farm family posed in front of their adobe house in the Sanpete Valley.
1890-1899
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A-1935: Threshing on an Unidentified farm
Undated
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A-1936: Jensen Christiansen and Co. Merchandise store selling shoes, groceries and supplies. Possibly in a mining town. Woman and young boy stand outside store
Undated
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A-1937: Fairview, Utah. Hunting
Jack rabbit round-up in Northern Sanpete County.
1912
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A-1938: Manti, Utah
LDS Temple in Manti under construction. USU Local History Project.
1880-1889
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A-1939: Mount Pleasant, Utah. Rag Bee
Tearing rags into strips for later weaving into rag rugs.
1880-1889
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A-1940: Ephraim, Utah. Street Scenes
Two men in black-top buggy on Main Street. Ephraim Tabernacle in background (dedicated 1871). Note adobe wall around lot and bowery at left for summer meetings. Photo may show U.S. Deputy Marshals charged with arresting polygamists.
1880-1889
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A-1941: Ogden, Utah. Street Railroads
"Little Kate", Ogden's "horseless streetcar" in front of Broom Hotel.
1902
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A-1942: Missing
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A-1943: Lemhi Indians. Group Portrait
1901
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A-1944: Photo showing two men with 4 dead wolves and a dead hog[?] they killed hunting
Undated
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A-1945: Older man showing off a wolf he shot
Undated
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A-1946a: North Logan, Utah. Churches
LDS Ward house.
1960-1969
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A-1946b: Millville, Utah. Churches
LDS Ward house.
1960-1969
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A-1947a: Cove, Utah. Churches
LDS Church building.
1960-1969
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A-1947b: Smithfield, Utah. Churches
Recreation Hall of Smithfield. 2nd Ward LDS Church.
1960-1969
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A-1948a: Richmond, Utah. Flour Mills
1950-1959
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A-1948b: Smithfield, Utah. Flour Mills
1950-1959
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A-1949: Newton, Utah. Houses
Amos Clarke stone house.
1882
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A-1950: Missing
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A-1951: Missing
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A-1952: Missing
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A-1953: Missing
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A-1954a: Logan, Utah
Main Street, Center to 1st North.
1921
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A-1954b: Logan, Utah
First North, east from Main Street.
1921
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A-1955: Dinner Banquet following commencement
Left to Right: Governor Herbert Maw, David O. McKay, Frederick P. Champ, Rt. Rev. Arthur W. Moulton, President E.G. Peterson, Guy Cardon.
1940-1949
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A-1956a: Callville, Nevada. Ruins
Ruins of stone buildings at Call's Landing before they were covered by the waters of Lake Mead.
1930-1939
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A-1956b: Logan, Utah. Ruins
Ruins of Logan U.O. Woollen MIll.
1920-1929
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A-1957: Boy Scouts. Awards
George Albert Smith (right) presenting Silver Beaver Award to Frederick P. Champ January 20, 1943. Old Main Auditorium, USU.
1943 January 20
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A-1958: Missing
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A-1959: Missing
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A-1960: Unidentified portrait of a man
Undated
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A-1961: Photo of a Standard Missile
Caption on photo reads, " To Bry with affection. Will Loftis, September 4, 1981."
Undated
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A-1962: Frederick Percival Champ (1896-1976)
Photo at his desk, Cache Valley Bank.
Undated
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A-1963: A group of men posed for a photo at an unknown location
Undated
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A-1964: Missing
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A-1965: Missing
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A-1966: Missing
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A-1967: Missing
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A-1968: Missing
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A-1969: Missing
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A-1970: Mendon, Utah. Schools
Two photos of Presbyterian Mission School. Built ca. 1881. Photos taken 1976 by Robert B. Welkie.
1976
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A-1971: The Stage Coach by Krebs
Undated
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A-1972: Photo of a lithograph of a train of men on horses and covered wagons
Caption on photo reads, "Colorado Desert and Signal Mountain."
Undated
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A-1973: Hyrum, Utah. Saloons
Interior photo of Hyrum Liquor House, Hyrum Hall, Prop.
1908
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A-1974: Hyrum, Utah. Saloons
Two photos of Hyrum Liquor House. Hyrum Hall, Proprietor.
1908
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A-1975a: San Francisco, California. Street Railways
Trolley Line and pedestrian overpass.
1905
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A-1975b: Portland, Oregon. Fairs and Expositions
Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition.
1905
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A-1975c: Saltair, Utah. Railroads and Railroading
Salt Air terminus, Salt Lake and Los Angeles Railroad.
1905
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A-1975d: Portrait of an Unidentified family
Undated
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A-1976a: Saltair Depot. Salt Lake and Los Angeles Railroad
1905
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A-1976b: Saltair Pavilion and waders in Great Salt Lake
1905
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A-1976c: Salt Lake City. Public Buildings
City-county Building.
1905
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A-1976d: Four unidentified men standing on a bridge near a lake
Undated
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A-1977a: View of an unidentified pond or canal
Undated
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A-1977b: Group of people sitting next to a tent. Probably on a camping trip
Undated
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A-1977c: View of the Logan LDS Temple. Homesteads in the foreground
Undated
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A-1977d: Group of unidentified men and women on the stairs of a building
Undated
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A-1978a: Logan Celebrations and Holidays
Circus elephants at Willow Park.
1905
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A-1978b: Logan Canyon. Utah
Wooden abutments and flume at 3rd Dam.
1905
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A-1978c: View of the Coast [?]
Undated
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A-1978d: Branding Scene
Two men on horses hold down a horse that is being branded.
Undated
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A-1979a: San Francisco, California. Views
1905
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A-1979b: Ogden Canyon, Utah. Views
The Hermitage.
1905
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A-1979c: Logan Canyon, Utah. Views
Ricks Spring.
1905
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A-1979d: Lewiston, Utah. Banks
Lewiston State Bank.
ca. 1905-1920
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A-1980a: Logan, Utah. Colleges and Universities
Old Main, Utah State University, view from the south. Flag pole still on South Wing.
1905
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A-1980b: Unidentified group of young girls and boys posed in front of a building
Undated
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A-1980c: Unidentified building
Undated
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A-1980d: San Francisco, California. The Cliff House Hotel
Cliff House destroyed in San Francisco Earthquake of April 1906.
1905
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A-1981a: Four girls standing on a branch of tree that has fallen or been cut down. Bank in background
Undated
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A-1981b: View of cut down trees in front of a homestead
Undated
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A-1981c: View of cut down trees in front of a homestead
Undated
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A-1981d: Four girls posed on the branches of a tree that has fallen or been cut down
Undated
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A-1982a: Logan Canyon
Horse and buggy near Hercules Power Plant at mouth of Canyon. View looking East.
1905
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A-1982b: View of the Salt Lake Temple
1905
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A-1982c: Logan Island and Canyon Road
Looking west toward Logan Temple from about 1400 East.
1905
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A-1982d: Pet dog on Logan porch. Unidentified
1905
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A-1983a: Logan Canyon, Utah. Views
Looking up Logan Canyon. Telluride Hydro Plant in foreground.
1905
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A-1983b: logan Canyon, Utah. Views
Old Tollgate Ranch at mouth of Logan Canyon. Now covered by waters of First Dam.
1905
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A-1983c: Logan, Utah. Electric Lines
Trinity Methodist Church and Philadelphia House at Main and Center Streets.
1905
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A-1983d: Logan, Utah. Sugar Factories
Hauling rock for foundation of Logan Sugar Factory.
1900
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A-1984a: Railroad station. Midlake Utah
On Lucin Cutoff Trestle.
1905
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A-1984b: Logan, Utah. Churches
Logan Presbyterian Church.
1905
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A-1984c: Unidentified girl in a wooded area. Looks like she is picking flowers
Undated
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A-1984d: Unidentified woman holding up two bikes. Wagons and horses in background
Undated
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A-1985a: Black, two person buggy with man posed by horse
Undated
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A-1985b: Rooster and two hens in a yard
Undated
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A-1985c: Four people, men and women, conversing at what looks like a picnic
Undated
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A-1985d: Parade of army officers
Undated
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A-1986a: Group of people near the river. Possibly doing wash
Undated
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A-1986b: Three dressed up women posed on a bridge outside a fancy building
Undated
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A-1986c: Workers gathering large slabs of rock with horse drawn wagons
Undated
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A-1986d: Group of women and children on the river. Possibly doing wash
Undated
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A-1987: Logan, Utah. Sugar Beet Factories
First sugar beet factory built in Cache Valley. View looks Northeast.
1903
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A-1988: Logan, Utah. Celebrations and Holidays
Crowd watching Circus Parade. Intersection of Main and Center Streets.
1903
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A-1989: Photo of a painting depicting pioneers journeying to Logan
Undated
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A-1990a: Logan, Utah. Mormon Churches
Logan Eighth Ward.
1950
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A-1990b: Logan, Utah. Mormon Churches
Richmond South Ward.
1950
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A-1991: Logan, Utah. Churches
Logan Fifth Ward.
1950-1959
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A-1992a: Smithfield, Utah. Churches
Smithfield First Ward. Demolished 1970s.
1960-1969
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A-1992b: Logan LDS Temple
View from Southwest.
1960-1969
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A-1993a: Logan, Utah. Churches
Logan Sixth Ward Meetinghouse.
1950-1959
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A-1993b: Logan, Utah. Tabernacle
1940-1949
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A-1994: Irrigation Canals and Flumes. Utah
Upstream view of completed venturi flume at Station 0+30 Ogden-Brigham Canal.
1940 January 4
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A-1995: Logan, Utah. Stores
Gamble Store. 134-138 North Main Street. Building owned by F.P. Champ. Photo removed from Champ Papers.
1940-1949
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A-1996: Irrigation Canals and Flumes. Utah
Venturi flume at station 0+30, Ogden-Brigham Canal, built by CCC enrollees.
1939 December 15
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A-1997: Man working in a field of some kind of vegetable
Undated
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A-1998: Hyrum, Utah. Dams. Irrigation
1940-1949
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A-1999: Payette, Idaho. Fruit Culture
Prune pickers in Santa Rosa Orchards.
1915
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A-2000: Two views of Olmstead Power Plant. Provo Canyon, Utah
George H. Warren Collection.
1921
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A-2001: Salt Lake City, Utah. The Capitol
George H. Warren Collection.
1921
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A-2002a: Unidentified man fishing on a river
Undated
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A-2002b: Unidentified man posed on a pile of lumber
Undated
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A-2003a: Olmstead Plant. Provo Canyon, Utah
Administration building. George. H. Warren Collection.
1920-1929
Drawer 7
A-2003b: Olmstead Plant. Provo Canyon, Utah
Administration building and view of camp. George. H. Warren Collection.
1920-1929
Drawer 7
A-2004a: Group of men, possibly a Survey Crew, loading a large canoe near a river
Undated
Drawer 7
A-2004b: Three men, possibly members of a Survey Crew observe their canoes moving through the rapids. Possibly on the Green River
Undated
Drawer 7
A-2005a: Provo Canyon, Utah
Wooden flume carrying water to flow lines at Olmstead Plant. George H. Warren Collection.
1922
Drawer 7
A-2005b: Provo Canyon, Utah
Wooden flume carrying water to flow lines at Olmstead Plant. George H. Warren Collection.
1922
Drawer 7
A-2006a: Unidentified road in a canyon
Undated
Drawer 7
A-2006b: Unidentified landscape showing a field with cows and powerlines. Mountains in background
Undated
Drawer 7
A-2007a: Snake River Landing at Dug Creek.
Undated
Drawer 7
A-2007b: Huntington Ore. Lewiston, Idaho. Snake River Canyon
1911-1912
Drawer 7
A-2008a: George H. Warren on horseback. Green River, Utah
George H. Warren Collection.
1917
Drawer 7
A-2008b: Soldiers. Uniforms
Officers of Engineers Corps Canadian Expeditionary Forces. George H. Warren Collection.
1919
Drawer 7
A-2009a: Unidentified woman posed for a picture
Undated
Drawer 7
A-2009b: Unidentified woman with young girl, possibly a daughter, posed in front of a building called The Louise
Undated
Drawer 7
A-2010a: Photo of an elegant room
Caption on photo reads "Chatsworth House. Marble Mantelpiece in Dining Room." [?]
Undated
Drawer 7
A-2010b: Grammar School, Stratford-on-avon
Caption reads, "The Grammar School, Stratford-on-avon. Where Shakespeare was Educated."
Undated
Drawer 7
A-2011a: Unidentified woman riding on a horse
Undated
Drawer 7
A-2011b: Group of men riding horses. Possibly a training exercise of some kind
Undated
Drawer 7
A-2012: Survey Crew
To views of a Survey Crew staking line of 130 K.V. transmission line between Grace, Idaho and Salt Lake City, Utah. Winter of 1916-1917. George H. Warren Collection.
1916-1917
Drawer 7
A-2013a: Unidentified woman paddling in a canoe
there are pillows and other objects in the canoe.
Undated
Drawer 7
A-2013b: View of an unidentified waterfall
Undated
Drawer 7
A-2014a: Hunting Ducks. Arimo, Idaho
George H. Warren Collection.
1919 November
Drawer 7
A-2014b: Hunting Ducks. Arimo, Idaho
George H. Warren Collection.
1919 November
Drawer 7
A-2015a: Soldiers. Canada
Three officers, Canadian Expeditionary Forces with women. St. John's, Quebec, Canada.
1919
Drawer 7
A-2015b: Provo Canyon, Utah
Wooden flume carrying water from Provo River to flow lines at Olmstead Plant. George H. Warren Collection.
1922
Drawer 7
A-2016: Oneida, Idaho
Two photos showing installation of penstock (a) and "Johnston Valve" (b) at Oneida Hydro-electric plant. Utah Power and Light Company. George H. Warren Collection.
1919
Drawer 7
A-2017a: Pack train. Moving camp along Green River, Utah
George H. Warren Collection
1917
Drawer 7
A-2017b: Group Picture of men, possibly a Survey Crew
George H. Warren Collection
Undated
Drawer 7
A-2018a: Oneida, Idaho. Views
Looking south across construction camp for workers engaged in building Union Pacific and L. Hydroelectric Dam. George H. Warren Collection.
1920
Drawer 7
A-2018b: Green River, Utah
Boats of survey crew being repaired on beach after damage in rapids. George H. Warren Collection.
1917
Drawer 7
A-2019a: Man fishing. Possibly on the Green River
Undated
Drawer 7
A-2019b: Green River
White fish 15 lbs.
Undated
Drawer 7
A-2020a: Power plants. Idaho
"Johnson Valve" in penstock at Oneida power plant. George H. Warren Collection
1921
Drawer 7
A-2020b: Power plants. Utah
Switching station, Olmstead plant. Winter 1922. George H. Warren Collection.
1922
Drawer 7
A-2021: Green River, Utah
Two photos of the rapids and easing the boats through the rapids.
1917
Drawer 7
A-2022: Green River, Utah
Two photos of wooden boats shooting rapids on Green River. George H. Warren Collection.
1917
Drawer 7
A-2023a: W.S. Warren
George H. Warren Collection.
Undated
Drawer 7
A-2023b: Soldiers. Uniforms. Canadian
Officer, Canadian Expeditionary Forces. George H. Warren Collection.
1919
Drawer 7
A-2024a: George H. Warren on horseback on Green River survey
George H. Warren Collection.
1917
Drawer 7
A-2024b: Survey Crew, near the Green River. Utah
George H. Warren Collection.
1917
Drawer 7
A-2025a: Soldiers. Recreation. Canada
Robert Adams (left) and George H. Warren. Picnic at St. John's, Quebec. Canadian Expeditionary Forces. George H. Warren Collection.
1919
Drawer 7
A-2025b: Soldiers. Recreation. Canada
Officers of Canadian Expeditionary Forces and girlfriends boating on St. Lawrence River. St. John's Quebec. George H. Warren Collection.
1919
Drawer 7
A-2026a: Oneida Camp. Views looking east
George H. Warren Collection.
1921
Drawer 7
A-2026b: J.P. McPherson's Ranch
George H. Warren Collection.
Undated
Drawer 7
A-2027a: Green River, Utah
Men moving camp on river. George H. Warren Collection.
1917
Drawer 7
A-2027b: Green River, Utah
Lowering boats through rapids. George H. Warren Collection.
1917
Drawer 7
A-2028a: View of a large house in winter. Two people stand outside in the snow for picture.
Undated
Drawer 7
A-2028b: Family driving in a motor car.
Undated
Drawer 7
A-2029a: Picnic At Warrens Ranch
Photo caption reads, "At Warren's Ranch." George H. Warren Collection.
1913 August 28
Drawer 7
A-2029b: Frisco, Utah. Mines
George H. Warren Collection.
1915
Drawer 7
A-2030a: Group photo taken near a tent
Holon, Stacer, Partridge (Bottom row, left to right).
Undated
Drawer 7
A-2030b: Group of six men
Identified men: Brown, Groendyke, goodwin, Chapin and Anannett.
Undated
Drawer 7
A-2031a: Shoshone Falls
George H. Warren Collection.
1909
Drawer 7
A-2031b: Frank Dalls
Cook for UP and L Survey Crew. Green River, Utah, 1917.
1917
Drawer 7
A-2032: Two photos of the interior of a train
Undated
Drawer 7
A-2033a: Logging crew. Oregon Walker Mountains
George H. Warren Collection.
1912-1913
Drawer 7
A-2033b: Photo of a very old oven
George H. Warren Collection.
Undated
Drawer 7
A-2034: Two photos of Survey Crew in Huntington Canyon, Utah
George H. Warren Collection.
1912
Drawer 7
A-2035a: Suvey Crew. Huntington Canyon, Utah
George H. Warren Collection.
1912
Drawer 7
A-2035b: Group photo of unidentified men and women
George H. Warren Collection.
Undated
Drawer 7
A-2036a: Huntington Canyon, Utah. Scenes
George H. Warren Collection.
1912
Drawer 7
A-2036b: Camps. Surveyor's
Huntington Canyon Utah. Surveyor doing wash at winter camp. George H. Warren Collection.
1912
Drawer 7
A-2037a: S.C. Martin. Huntington Canyon, Utah. Survey Crew
1912
Drawer 7
A-2037b: Breckon and Mess
Young man is getting his hair trimmed outside a tent.
Undated
Drawer 7
A-2038a: Hungtington Canyon, Utah. Scenes
Surveyor in snowshoes. George H. Warren Collection.
1912
Drawer 7
A-2038b: Huntington Canyon, Utah. Scenes
Tents and cord wood at winter camp. George H. Warren Collection.
1912
Drawer 7
A-2039a: Huntington Canyon, Utah. Views
George H. Warren Collection.
1912
Drawer 7
A-2039b: View of unidentified landscape
George H. Warren Collection.
Undated
Drawer 7
A-2040a: Camping. Lago, Idaho
Men washing clothes. George H. Warren Collection.
1912
Drawer 7
A-2040b: Malheur River (?), Oregon
George H. Warren Collection.
1911
Drawer 7
A-2041: Lago, Idaho
Camp of electric transmission line survey crew. George H. Warren Collection.
1912
Drawer 7
A-2042a: Survey crew posed before tent. Central Oregon
George H. Warren Collection.
1913
Drawer 7
A-2042b: Survey Camp in the Ruby Mountains near Dillon, Montana
George H. Warren Collection.
1913
Drawer 7
A-2043a: Crew posed in front of a train
Undated
Drawer 7
A-2043b: George Easley on left, Fred Biomley on right
Undated
Drawer 7
A-2044a: Unidentified view of a mountain valley
Undated
Drawer 7
A-2044b: Unidentified man doing wash at camp
Undated
Drawer 7
A-2045a: San Francisco Bay
Ships on bay. George H. Warren Collection.
1915
Drawer 7
A-2045b: Fords. Huntington Canyon, Utah
Survey party fording and stream with supplies. George H. Warren Collection.
1912
Drawer 7
A-2046a: Two young children riding on a small wagon pulled by a goat
Undated
Drawer 7
A-2046b: Three unidentified men near the Ocean
Undated
Drawer 7
A-2047a: Olmstead Plant. Provo Canyon, Utah
Residences at plant. George H. Warren Collection.
1922
Drawer 7
A-2047b: Olmstead Plant. Provo Canyon, Utah
Winter scene in river bottoms near Olmstead. George H. Warren Collection.
1922
Drawer 7
A-2048: Olmstead Plant. Provo Canyon, Utah
Two views of residences and yards. George H. Warren Collection.
1921
Drawer 7
A-2049a: Provo Canyon, Utah
Winter scenes in woods near Olmstead Plant. George H. Warren Collection.
1922
Drawer 7
A-2049b: Provo Canyon, Utah
Winter scenes in woods near Olmstead Plant. George H. Warren Collection.
1922
Drawer 7
A-2050a: Survey crew with supply wagons moving camp. Central Oregon
George H. Warren Collection.
1912
Drawer 7
A-2050b: Unidentified man with mountains and valley in background
George H. Warren Collection.
Undated
Drawer 7
A-2051a: Man smoking a pipe, posed in a valley
George H. Warren Collection.
Undated
Drawer 7
A-2051b: Snake River below Shoshone Falls, Idaho
George H. Warren Collection.
1909
Drawer 7
A-2052a: Vale, Oregon. Railroad depot
Survey crew posed on steps. Supply wagon in background. George H. Warren Collection.
1912
Drawer 7
A-2052b: View of a valley. Railroad tracks go through center of photo
George H. Warren Collection.
Undated
Drawer 7
A-2053: Two photos of unidentified men
Undated
Drawer 7
A-2054a: Lone railroad car
Caption on photo reads, " B0648 Loyalton Railroad Between Reno and Portola, California." George H. Warren Collection.
Undated
Drawer 7
A-2054b: Camps. Cattle Drives. Montana
Cowboys from H-D Ranch near Dillon, Montana, around campfire. George H. Warren Collection.
1913
Drawer 7
A-2055a: Huntington Canyon, Utah. Survey Crew
Pack animals carrying supplies through canyon. George H. Warren Collection.
1912
Drawer 7
A-2055b: Huntington Canyon, Utah. Survey Crew
3 surveyors. George H. Warren Collection.
1912
Drawer 7
A-2056a: Spanish Fork Canyon, Utah
Surveyors' camp. George H. Warren Collection.
1916 March
Drawer 7
A-2056b: Survey Camp in the Ruby Mts. near Dillon, Montana
George H. Warren Collection.
1913
Drawer 7
A-2057a: View of an Unidentified canyon
Undated
Drawer 7
A-2057b: San Francisco, California. Views
Buildings of the Panama-Pacific Exposition.
1915
Drawer 7
A-2058a: Surveyors. Huntington Canyon, Utah
Nelson Young. George H. Warren Collection.
1912
Drawer 7
A-2058b: Surveyors. Huntington Canyon, Utah
Art Thompson. George H. Warren Collection.
1912
Drawer 7
A-2059a: A woman and young girl stand in front of a house in winter
Undated
Drawer 7
A-2059b: George H. Warren. Bear Lake, Idaho
1916
Drawer 7
A-2060: Grace, Idaho. Power Plants
Two photos of flow lines at Grace plant. George H. Warren Collection.
1922
Drawer 7
A-2061a: Grace, Idaho. Power Plants
Steel saddles for new flow lines. George H. Warren Collection.
1922
Drawer 7
A-2061b: Grace, Idaho. Power Plants
Crews excavation for new penstock, Grace plant. George H. Warren Collection.
1922
Drawer 7
A-2062: Grace, Idaho. Power Plants
Two photos showing generating station under construction. George H. Warren Collection.
1922
Drawer 7
A-2063a: Grace, Idaho. Power Plants
Grace plant under construction, penstock, backfill, loading platform. George H. Warren Collection.
1923
Drawer 7
A-2063b: Grace, Idaho. Power Plants
Winter work on Grace plant. Steamshovel in operation in background. George H. Warren Collection.
1922
Drawer 7
A-2064a: Olmstead power plant. Provo Canyon, Utah
George H. Warren Collection.
1921
Drawer 7
A-2064b: Alexander, Idaho. Views
George H. Warren Collection.
1923
Drawer 7
A-2065a: Oneida, Idaho. Views
George H. Warren Collection.
1921
Drawer 7
A-2065b: Piping inside a plant. Possibly Oneida Power Plant
George H. Warren Collection.
Undated
Drawer 7
A-2066a: Guaso Plant intake
Undated
Drawer 7
A-2066b: Guaso
Undated
Drawer 7
A-2067a: Olmstead, Utah. Switchyard
1921
Drawer 7
A-2067b: Grace, Idaho
Caption reads, "Hole Blast."
Undated
Drawer 7
A-2068a: Olmstead, Utah. Switchyard
George H. Warren Collection.
1921
Drawer 7
A-2068b: Oneida, Idaho. Hydro plant under construction
George H. Warren Collection.
1920
Drawer 7
A-2069a: Unidentified woman sitting on a beach
George H. Warren Collection.
Undated
Drawer 7
A-2069b: Thornquist, Young, Roberts, Holmes, Smart, Warren, Root.
George H. Warren Collection.
Undated
Drawer 7
A-2070a: Grace, Idaho. Power Plants
View of winter construction work. George H. Warren Collection.
1922
Drawer 7
A-2070b: Mount Timpanogos
View from Olmstead at the mouth of Provo Canyon. George H. Warren Collection.
1921
Drawer 7
A-2071a: Surveyors and engineers for Oneida Project, at Oneida
Left to Right: Swinyard, Warren, Thornquest, Thomson, Mathews, Johnson, Riley. George H. Warren Collection.
1920
Drawer 7
A-2071b: Men pulling a truck out of the mud
George H. Warren Collection.
Undated
Drawer 7
A-2072a: Woman and her daughter standing in front of their house
Undated
Drawer 7
A-2072b: Same woman as in A-2072a standing in front of same house
Undated
Drawer 7
A-2073a: Grace, Idaho
Derrick lifting rock from cut for flow line no. 3, Grace Power Plant. George H. Warren Collection. Caption on photo reads, "Grace Development. 5th Unit. Flow Line No. 3-North from Sta. 102+00, Stiffleg and Osgood Shovel, Nov. 16, 1922."
1922
Drawer 7
A-2073b: John Mulligan. Worker at Oneida dam project
George H. Warren Collection.
1922
Drawer 7
A-2074a: View of men working at some kind of project [?]
Undated
Drawer 7
A-2074b: Longhorn Cattle Drive
Undated
Drawer 7
A-2075a: Grace, Idaho. Power Plants
Winter view of Grace plant. George H. Warren Collection.
1922
Drawer 7
A-2075b: Olmstead Plant. Provo Canyon, Utah
Lawns. George H. Warren Collection.
1921
Drawer 7
A-2076a: Possibly an overflow of some kind
Undated
Drawer 7
A-2076b: Group of people moving equipment on a dirt road
Undated
Drawer 7
A-2077a: Oneida, Idaho. U.P and L. Hydro plant
1921
Drawer 7
A-2077b: Guaso Cave
Undated
Drawer 7
A-2078a: A.H. Miller
Undated
Drawer 7
A-2078b: View of a Waterfall in a desert looking landscape
Undated
Drawer 7
A-2079a: Three surveyors on a snow-covered road
George H. Warren Collection.
Undated
Drawer 7
A-2079b: Snow
Four surveyors walking in deep snow. Little Camas Prairie , Idaho. George H. Warren Collection.
1909
Drawer 7
A-2080a: Horses (work). Oregon
Team pulling wagon through sage. George H. Warren Collection.
1912
Drawer 7
A-2080b: E. Wyckoff with saddled horse. Oregon
George H. Warren Collection.
1912
Drawer 7
A-2081a: Wagon carrying supplies for Survey crew. Oregon
George H. Warren Collection.
1912
Drawer 7
A-2081b: Survey crew wagon fording the Snake River near Murphy, Idaho. Rabbit Creek
George H. Warren Collection.
1909
Drawer 7
A-2082a: Snake River Canyon
Cliffs in Hells Canyon. George H. Warren Collection.
1911-1912
Drawer 7
A-2082b: Snake River Canyon
Idaho side ravines. George H. Warren Collection.
1911-1912
Drawer 7
A-2083a: View of the Chatsworth House
Undated
Drawer 7
A-2083: View of the Chatsworth House Sculpture Gallery
Undated
Drawer 7
A-2084a: Snake River
Looking downstream. Left-Oregon, Right-Idaho. George H. Warren Collection.
1909
Drawer 7
A-2084b: Head of Salmon River Canyon
Near Lucile, Idaho. George H. Warren Collection.
1909
Drawer 7
A-2085a: Indians bathing in Hot Springs. Bruneau, Idaho
George H. Warren Collection.
1912
Drawer 7
A-2085b: Valley of the Salmon River, Nevada
George H. Warren Collection.
1912
Drawer 7
A-2086: Electric Lines. Grace-Salt Lake 130 K.V. line
Crew erecting tower 851 2 miles west of Newton, Utah. NE 1/4 of NE 1/4, Sec 14, TWP. 13N, R2W. George H. Warren Collection.
1917
Drawer 7
A-2087a: Wild Horses, Owyhee River, SE Oregon
George H. Warren Collection.
1912
Drawer 7
A-2087b: Bridge over Boise River. Parma, Idaho
George H. Warren Collection.
1912
Drawer 7
A-2088: Survey Crew staking line of 130 K.V. transmission line between Grace, Idaho, and Salt Lake City, Utah
George H. Warren Collection.
1916-1917
Drawer 7
A-2089a: Shoshone Falls, Idaho
George H. Warren Collection.
1912
Drawer 7
A-2089b: Ferries. Oregon
Miller's Ferry, Nyssa, Oregon. George H. Warren Collection.
1912
Drawer 7
A-2090a: Wagons (water). Oregon
George H. Warren Collection.
1912
Drawer 7
A-2090b: Mule Train. Idaho
In deep snow. George H. Warren Collection.
1909-1910
Drawer 7
A-2091a: Photo caption reads, "Openers." Alkali Flats, Idaho
George H. Warren Collection.
Undated
Drawer 7
A-2091b: Survey crew moving by wagon from Bend to Crescent City, Oregon
George H. Warren Collection.
1912 September
Drawer 7
A-2092a: Group of Men, possibly a survey crew, pose in front of a tent
Undated
Drawer 7
A-2092b: Unidentified man riding on a horse
undated
Drawer 7
A-2093a: Huntington Canyon, Utah. Views
George H. Warren Collection.
1912
Drawer 7
A-2093b: Ruby Range (?). Montana
George H. Warren Collection.
1913
Drawer 7
A-2094a: Bramwell, Idaho (near Emmett)
Cut on the Idaho Northern Railroad.
1912
Drawer 7
A-2094b: Row of identical houses
Undated
Drawer 7
A-2095a: Alexander, Idaho. Views
George H. Warren Collection.
1913 May 1
Drawer 7
A-2095b: Survey Crew in mountains near Huntington, Utah in the winter
George H. Warren Collection.
1912
Drawer 7
A-2096a: Ranch buildings and yards. Colorado
George H. Warren Collection.
1913
Drawer 7
A-2096b: Warren's Ranch-Colorado "Buckboard"
George H. Warren Collection.
Undated
Drawer 7
A-2097: Ranch buildings and yards. Colorado
A and B probably Warren Ranch. George H. Warren Collection.
1913
Drawer 7
A-2098: Two photos of unidentified men posed in rocky landscape
Undated
Drawer 7
A-2099a: Photo of the State Music Room in the Chatsworth House
George H. Warren Collection.
Undated
Drawer 7
A-2099b: Photo caption reads, "Pavillion, Royal Hotel, and Holy Trinity Church, Matlock BatI [?]
George H. Warren Collection.
Undated
Drawer 7
A-2100a: Snake River Canyon
Bluffs on Idaho side. George H. Warren Collection.
1911-1912
Drawer 7
A-2100b: Man posed in front of a house
George H. Warren Collection.
Undated

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Container(s): Drawer Drawer 8

Container(s)DescriptionDates
drawer
Drawer 8
drawer
Drawer 8
A-2101: Olmstead Plant. Provo Canyon, Utah
Winter scenes. George H. Warren Collection.
1922
Drawer 8
A-2102a: Vineyard Ranch. Nevada
Near Jackpot. Surveyor's camp on ranch property. George H. Warren Collection.
1909
Drawer 8
A-2102b: Steam Locomotive. Oregon Short Line (U.P). Oregon or Idaho
Tender being coaled. George H. Warren Collection.
1912
Drawer 8
A-2103a: Boise, River
George H. Warren Collection.
1910
Drawer 8
A-2103b: Feeding antelope. Malheur River, Oregon
George H. Warren Collection.
1912-1913
Drawer 8
A-2104a: Yellowstone Branch. Oregon Short Line Railroad
Snow being cleared from the track by a rotary plow. George H. Warren Collection.
1914 May
Drawer 8
A-2104b: Surveyor in snowshoes. Survey Crew
Electric transmission line along Yellowstone Branch, near Warm River, Idaho. George H. Warren Collection.
1914
Drawer 8
A-2105: Missing
Drawer 8
A-2106a: Snow plow (rotary) clearing snow from the Yellowstone Branch, Oregon Short Line Railroad
George H. Warren Collection.
1914 May
Drawer 8
A-2106b: Surveying electric power line along Yellowstone Branch, near Warm River, Idaho
George H. Warren Collection.
1914
Drawer 8
A-2107a: Electric power line tower
George H. Warren Collection.
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2107b: Electric lines. Spanish Fork Canyon, Utah
George H. Warren Collection.
1916
Drawer 8
A-2108a-b: Soldier Summit, Utah
Looking down Willow Creek (NE toward Strawberry River) from Willow Creek Summit near Tucker, Utah. On the line of the Springville-Helper electric transmission line. George H. Warren Collection.
1916
Drawer 8
A-2109: Survey Crew
Staking line of 130 K.V. transmission line beween Grace, Idaho, and Salt Lake City, Utah in the winter. George H. Warren Collection.
1916-1917
Drawer 8
A-2110a: Man driving a motor car through brush
George H. Warren Collection.
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2110b: Four men with puppies and full grown dogs posed for a picture
Caption on photo reads, "Big Springs, Idaho." George H. Warren Collection.
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2111a: Two men showing their catch of fish for the day
George H. Warren Collection.
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2111b: Newton, Utah
Camp west of Newton for work crews building 130 K.V. line, Grace to Salt Lake City. Note cook tent in center of camp. George H. Warren Collection.
1917
Drawer 8
A-2112a: Electric lines. Soldier Summit, Utah
Raising pole angle tower. George H. Warren Collection.
1916
Drawer 8
A-2112b: Two men on a steep hill deep in snow
George H. Warren Collection.
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2113a: Electric lines. Newton, Utah
George H. Warren Collection.
1917
Drawer 8
A-2113b: Electric lines. Soldier Summit, Utah
Crews erecting tower no. 581. Springville-Helper line. George H. Warren Collection.
1916
Drawer 8
A-2114a: Electric Lines. Spanish Fork Canyon
Looking NW from tower no. 350. Springville-Helper line, June 24, 1916. George H. Warren Collection.
1916 June 24
Drawer 8
A-2114b: Electric Lines. Soldier Summit, Utah
Looking east from tower no. 540. Springville-Helper line, July 3, 1916. George H. Warren Collection.
1916 July 3
Drawer 8
A-2115a: Electric lines. Soldier Summit, Utah
Tower 581. George H. Warren Collection.
1916
Drawer 8
A-2115b: Electric lines. Soldier Summit, Utah
Pole angle tower. George H. Warren Collection.
1916
Drawer 8
A-2116: Missing
Drawer 8
A-2117: Electric lines. Spanish Fork Canyon
Raising type A 130 K.V. wood towers for Springville-Helper line. George H. Warren Collection.
1916
Drawer 8
A-2118a: Electric Lines. Soldier Summit, Utah
Crews erecting tower no. 581 July 8, 1916. George H. Warren Collection.
1916 July 8
Drawer 8
A-2118b: Electric lines. Spanish Fork Canyon, Utah
Crews raising poles for power transmission line. Photo by G.H. Warren, 1916. George H. Warren Collection.
1916
Drawer 8
A-2119a: Surveyors camp near Kaysville, Utah
Camp during winter of 1916-1917 for surveyors marking line of 130 k.v. electric line beween Grace, Idaho, and Salt Lake City, Utah. George H. Warren Collection.
1919-1917
Drawer 8
A-2119b: Possibly surveyors camp. Men stand in snow up to their waist
George H. Warren Collection.
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2120a: Huntington Canyon, Utah
Tents for surveyors' winter camp. George H. Warren Collection.
1911-1912
Drawer 8
A-2120b: Huntington Canyon, Utah
Survey crew marking line in winter snow. George H. Warren Collection.
1911-1912
Drawer 8
A-2121a: Alexander, Idaho. Dams and damsites
Winter scene at site. Ice floe in Bear River. George H. Warren Collection.
1922-1923
Drawer 8
A-2121b: Alexander, Idaho. Dams and damsites
Summer scene 1923, showing base of partially constructed hydro plant. George H. Warren Collection.
1923
Drawer 8
A-2122: Dams and Damsites. Alexander, Idaho
Two photos showing diversion of river and building base of Alexander hydro plant. George H. Warren Collection.
1922
Drawer 8
A-2123: Dams and damsites. Alexander, Idaho
Two photos showing beginning of work on base of dam at Alexander, Idaho. Work being done by Pacific Utilities Company for Utah Power and Light. George H. Warren Collection.
1923
Drawer 8
A-2124: Dams and damsites. Idaho
Two photos showing re-routing of Bear River and preliminary work on U.P. and L. hydroelectric dam at Alexander, Idaho. George H. Warren Collection.
1923
Drawer 8
A-2125a: Alexander, Idaho. Views
View from moutains of Phoenix Utility Company camp at Alexander dam. George H. Warren Collection.
1922
Drawer 8
A-2125b: Dams and damsites. Alexander, Idaho
Wooden forms for pouring concrete for dam and hydroelectric plant. George H. Warren Collection.
1923
Drawer 8
A-2126: Dams and damsites. Idaho
Buildings and equipment towers built by Pacific Utility Company for construction of the hydroelectric dam at Alexander, Idaho. George H. Warren Collection.
1923
Drawer 8
A-2127a: Dams. Idaho
Construction of dam at Alexander, Idaho. Photo shows timber spillway around base of dam. George H. Warren Collection.
1922
Drawer 8
A-2127b: Dams and Damsites. Idaho
Beginning construction work on base of dam in Alexander, Idaho. George H. Warren Collection.
1923
Drawer 8
A-2128a: Dams and Damsites. Idaho
Cable slung "Osgood shovel" for dumping rock or concrete in river-bed for dam base. George H. Warren Collection.
1923
Drawer 8
A-2128b: Dams and Damsites. Idaho
Equipment and construciton gear erected by Pacific Utility Company for building of Alexander Dam. George H. Warren Collection.
1923
Drawer 8
A-2129: Grace, Idaho
Two photos showing construction of wooden flow lines at Grace power plant. George H. Warren Collection.
1923
Drawer 8
A-2130a: Teton Mountains
George H. Warren Collection.
1914 July 4
Drawer 8
A-2130b: Unidentified landscape covered in snow
George H. Warren Collection.
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2131a: Huntington Canyon, Utah [?]
Survey crew marking line in winter snow. George H. Warren Collection.
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2131b: Landscape view of a valley and river
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2132a: Freight and freightage. Lund, Utah
George H. Warren Collection.
1915
Drawer 8
A-2132b: Lund, Utah. Views
George H. Warren Collection.
1915
Drawer 8
A-2133a: Mule train. Little Camas, Idaho
Bogged in deep snow. George H. Warren Collection.
1909-1910
Drawer 8
A-2133b: Huntington Canyon, Utah
Mule train carrying surveyors supplies in winter. George H. Warren Collection.
1912
Drawer 8
A-2134: Missing
Drawer 8
A-2135a: Dams and damsites. Alexander, Idaho
Workmen excavating for base of U.P. and L. hydro plant. George H. Warren Collection.
1922
Drawer 8
A-2135b: Bear River Canyon. Alexander, Idaho
Work on Alexander hydro plant in distance. George H. Warren Collection.
1922
Drawer 8
A-2136a: Dams and damsites. Idaho
Damsite at Alexander. Looking south down Bear River. Cable across river and some work being done on either bank. George H. Warren Collection.
1922
Drawer 8
A-2136b: Snake River, Idaho
Boat shooting rapids on lower Snake River. Probably near Bruneau. George H. Warren Collection.
1911-1912
Drawer 8
A-2137a: Snake River Canyon
Looking downstram. Left: Oregon, Right: Idaho. George H. Warren Collection.
1911-1912
Drawer 8
A-2137b: Snake River Canyon
Survey crew in boats on river. George H. Warren Collection.
1911-1912
Drawer 8
A-2138a: Snake River Canyon "Hells Canyon" Idaho-Oregon
George H. Warren Collection.
1911-1912
Drawer 8
A-2138b: Rapids in Snake River Canyon
George H. Warren Collection.
1911-1912
Drawer 8
A-2139: Snake River Canyon
Two photos showing motor launch on river. George H. Warren Collection.
1911-1912
Drawer 8
A-2140a: Camas County, Idaho. Scenes
Winter view of mountains. George H. Warren Collection.
1909
Drawer 8
A-2140b: Camps (winter). Cache Bar. Snake River Canyon
George H. Warren Collection.
1911-1912
Drawer 8
A-2141: Missing
Drawer 8
A-2142a: Dams and Damsites. Grace, Idaho
New intake and coffer dam at Grace hydro plant. George H. Warren Collection.
1922
Drawer 8
A-2142b: Dams and Damsites. Alexander, Idaho
Men and Machines excavating rock for base of Alexander hydro-electric plant. George H. Warren Collection.
1922
Drawer 8
A-2143: Missing
Drawer 8
A-2144a: Frisco, Utah. Mines
Mill on left. Head frame for mine shaft at right. George H. Warren Collection.
1915
Drawer 8
A-2144b: Passenger Railroad train
San Pedro, Los Angeles, and Salt Lake Railroad at Lund, Utah. George H. Warren Collection.
1915
Drawer 8
A-2145: Two photos of a Survey Crew. Huntington Canyon, Utah
George H. Warren Collection.
1912
Drawer 8
A-2146a: Alexander, Idaho. Views
Looking south from mountains across Alexander to Grace. Dam under construction at lower left. George H. Warren Collection.
1922
Drawer 8
A-2146b: Contact, Nevada. Views
George H. Warren Collection.
1909
Drawer 8
A-2147a: Image shows men gathered around a man who is about to be hanged
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2147b: Three men standing near large pipe
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2148a: Sulphur, Nevada. Mines
Interior of Sulphur mine on Western Pacific Railroad. George H. Warren Collection.
1915
Drawer 8
A-2148b: Group portrait of suveryors on 1911-1912 survey of Snake River Canyon
George H. Warren Collection.
1911-1912
Drawer 8
A-2149a: Three men including Frank Webb and H.J. Fiedman show off what looks like a sheep [?]
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2149b: Horses carrying supplies
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2150a: Grace, Idaho
Wooden flow line under construction at Grace power plant. George H. Warren Collection.
1923
Drawer 8
A-2150b: Dams and damsites. Alexander, Idaho
Towers and rails to carry material to site of dam construction on Bear River. Phoenix Utility Company. George H. Warren Collection.
1923
Drawer 8
A-2151a: Dams and Damsites. Alexander, Idaho
Head tower to secure cable on east side of Bear River. George H. Warren Collection.
1923
Drawer 8
A-2151b: Photo of men standing a tunnel, possibly a mine shaft
George H. Warren Collection.
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2152: Large group of African Americans gathered at some kind of celebration
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2153a: Mountain lake near the Teton Mountains, Summer
George H. Warren Collection.
1914
Drawer 8
A-2153b: Dams and damsites. Alexander, Idaho
Timber base for rail line into Bear River Canyon for hauling materials for construction of Alexander hydro plant. George H. Warren Collection.
1922
Drawer 8
A-2154a: Dams and damsites. Alexander, Idaho
Dam under construction showing forms for pouring concrete. Looking down on dam from river-bank. George H. Warren Collection.
1923
Drawer 8
A-2154b: Dams and damsites. Grace, Idaho
Construction of wooden flow line at Grace plant. George H. Warren Collection.
1922
Drawer 8
A-2155-2181: Missing
Drawer 8
A-2182a: Photo of an Indian Man wearing a large headdress
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2182b: Shoshone Indian man
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2183a: Arapahoe Indian man. Buffalo Wallow
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2183b: Shoshone Indian man. Peran. Sundance costume
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2184a: Sioux Squaw
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2184b: Chief Winnemucca
He was the Paiute who helped bring an end to the Shoshone uprisings.
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2185a: Arapaho. Goes-Up-Hill
Later U.S. Soldier in Co. J-7th Infantry.
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2185b: Unidentified person posed for a portrait
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2186a: Unidentified Indian man posed for a picture
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2186b: Arapaho Indian man
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2187a: Shoshone Chief Washakie
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2187b: Arapahoe Indian woman. "Molly Yellow Plume"
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2188a: Arapahoe man. Arapaho Tuff
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2188b: Windeah. Shoshone man
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2189a: Shoshone man. Codsiogo
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2189b: Shoshone. Oiti, second Chief
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2190a: Young Indian Braves
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2190b: Arapahoe. Sharp Nose's Boys
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2191a: Black Bear. Mrs. Black Bear, Little Black Bear
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2191b: Arapahoes. Black Coal, Coolige, and Painting Horse
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2192: Ogden, Utah. Views
City Center.
1900
Drawer 8
A-2193-2274: Missing
Drawer 8
A-2275a: Drilling well at corner of Canyon Road and Crockett Avenue in Idaho Falls, Idaho [?]
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2275b: Well at corner of 6th North and 7th East
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2275c: Well at corner of 6th North and 7th East
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2275d: Well at corner of 6th North and 7th East
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2276: Logan, Utah. Hospitals
Formerly home of John Reed Blanchard. Later used as dormitory for New Jersey Academy. Corner of Center and 2nd West. See The Rocket for history of Logan's hospitals.
1905
Drawer 8
A-2277: Logan, Utah. Hospitals
Formerly Amussen Home. Corner of Center and 1st West. See The Rocket for history of Logan's hospitals. Caption on photo reads, "1905-1913 Second Hospital---18 beds.
1910
Drawer 8
A-2278: Logan, Utah. Hospitals
William Budge Memorial Hospital.
1914
Drawer 8
A-2279: Logan, Utah. Hospitals
William Budge Memorial Hospital.
1927
Drawer 8
A-2280: Logan, Utah. Hospitals
LDS Hospital, ca. 1969.
1960-1969
Drawer 8
A-2281: Logan, Utah. LDS Temple
Under Construction. Photo from Herald Journal supplement, May 12,1934.
1880
Drawer 8
A-2282: Logan Tabernacle
View from the southwest. Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1967
Drawer 8
A-2283: Churches. Mormon. Logan, Utah
15th Ward. 582 N. 1st West. Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1967
Drawer 8
A-2284: Churches. Mormon. Brigham City, Utah
8th Ward. Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1967
Drawer 8
A-2285: Mormon Church. Temples. Logan, Utah
Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1950-1959
Drawer 8
A-2286: Mormon Church. Temples. Logan, Utah (aerial views)
Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2287: Mormon Church. Temples. Hawaii
Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1963
Drawer 8
A-2288: Mormon Church. Temples. Oakland
Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1964
Drawer 8
A-2289: Logan, Utah. Views (aerial)
Fall 1962 or early spring 1963. Workers building new rooves on many buildings damages by August 1962 Earthquake. Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1962-1963
Drawer 8
A-2290: Logan, Utah. Views (aerial)
Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1950
Drawer 8
A-2291: Logan, Utah. Views (aerial)
From the southwest photo prior to Earthquake of 1962. Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1960
Drawer 8
A-2292: Churches. Mormon. River Heights, Utah
Wardhouse. Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1968
Drawer 8
A-2293: Churches. Mormon. Logan, Utah
20th Ward Meetinghouse. 875 N. 15 East. Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1960-1969
Drawer 8
A-2294: Logan Tabernacle
Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1958
Drawer 8
A-2295: Churches. Mormon. Paradise, Utah
LDS Church in Paradise, Utah. Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1968
Drawer 8
A-2296: Mormon Church. Temples. London
Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1960-1969
Drawer 8
A-2297: Mormon Church. Temples. Idaho Falls
Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1960-1969
Drawer 8
A-2298: Mormon Church. Temples. St. George
Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1960-1969
Drawer 8
A-2299: Mormon Church. Temples. New Zealand
Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1960-1969
Drawer 8
A-2300: Mormon Church. Temples. Manti
Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1960-1969
Drawer 8
A-2301: Mormon Church. Temples. Cardston
Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1960-1969
Drawer 8
A-2302: Mormon Church. Temples. Switzerland
Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1960-1969
Drawer 8
A-2303: Mormon Church. Temples. Los Angeles
Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1960-1969
Drawer 8
A-2304: Reservoirs (Irrigation). Newton, Utah
View of the dam. Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1960-1969
Drawer 8
A-2305: Graves and Graveyards. Newton, Utah Cemetery
Gates of the Bear River in the distance. Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1960-1969
Drawer 8
A-2306: Reservoirs (Irrigation). Newton, Utah
View of reservoir and spillway headgate. Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1960-1969
Drawer 8
A-2307: Reservoirs (Irrigation). Hyrum, Utah
Sailboat on Hyrum Dam. Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1960-1969
Drawer 8
A-2308: Cornish, Utah
LDS Meetinghouse. Built 1917 as West Cache Hotel for sugar factory employees. Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1960-1969
Drawer 8
A-2309: Bear River
View of the ox-bows at Benson, Utah. Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1960-1969
Drawer 8
A-2310: Dams and Damsites
Third Dam, Logan Canyon. View of Spillway from downstream. Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1960-1969
Drawer 8
A-2311: Porcupine Dam
Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1966
Drawer 8
A-2312: Trenton, Utah. Views
View from the East Quinney Branch bridge. UIC Railroad in left foreground. Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1967
Drawer 8
A-2313: Churches. Mormon. Idaho
Liberty, Idaho. LDS Wardhouse. Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1967
Drawer 8
A-2314: North Logan, Utah. Farm Scenes
Cache Meadow Farm. Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1960-1969
Drawer 8
A-2315: Mormon chapel. North Logan, Utah
Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1960-1969
Drawer 8
A-2316: Logan Canyon, Utah. Ricks Spring
Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2317a: Newton Reservoir filled with water in spring
Dam filled because of heavy Spring run-off. View of reservoir north from dam. Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1970
Drawer 8
A-2317b: Newton Reservoir filled with water in spring
Dam filled because of heavy Spring run-off. View of flooded Clarkston haylands and upper part of Newton Dam. View looking east from Clarkston highway. Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1970
Drawer 8
A-2318: Newton, Utah. Post Office
Two photos of new U.S. Post Office. Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1965
Drawer 8
A-2319: Photo of a "Rest Area" sign some time in the winter
Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2320: Logan, Utah. Earthquake Damage
Photo of bar at Model Billiards, 22 West Center, where roof collapsed into building, August 30, 1962. Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1962
Drawer 8
A-2321a: Richmond, Utah. Earthquake Damage
Plaster on organ and piano of Richmond Tabernacle, August 30,1962. Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1962
Drawer 8
A-2321b: Logan, Utah. Earthquake Damage
Broken bottles at Utah State Liquor Store, 46 West Center Street, August 30, 1962. Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1962
Drawer 8
A-2322: Two views of road construction. Men place large pipe beneath road
Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2323: Photos of demolition and reconstruction of Richmond Junior High
Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2324: Edgewood Home
Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2325: View of a dam and a bridge
Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2326: Amalga, Utah
Two photos of the Cache Valley Dairy Association factory. Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1950-1959
Drawer 8
A-2327a: Sugar Factory
Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2327b: Power shovel in a canyon
Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2328a: View of the Mountain Fuel Supply Company
Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2328b: Unidentified street scene. Possibly in Logan
Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2329a: Logan, Utah. Cache County Law Enforcement Building
Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1965
Drawer 8
A-2329b: Trenton, Utah. Town Hall and Fire Station
Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1971
Drawer 8
A-2330: Etchings on a brick wall
Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2330: Sketch of the Industrial Science Building at Utah State University
Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2331: Visitor Center, Temple Square
Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2332: Edgewood Barn
Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2333: Thiokol-inside installation
Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2334a: Edgewood Home
Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2334b: Franklin, Idaho. Buildings
Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2335: Clarkston, Utah. Graveyards
Martin Harris grave and Monument. Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1950-1959
Drawer 8
A-2336a: Chlorine mixing pond
Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2336b: Dry chlorine mixing pond
Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2337a: Franklin Mountain
Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2337b: Porcupine Dam
Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2338a: Logan, Utah. Earthquake Damage
Broken glass at Keith O'Brien Department Store. 29 South Main, August 30, 1962. Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1962
Drawer 8
A-2338b: Smithfield, Utah. Stadium
Business ads painted on Grandstand at Smithfield Race Track. Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1960s
Drawer 8
A-2339: Two photos of unidentified landscape
Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2340: L.D.S. Conference
Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2341: Cornish, Utah. Views
Looking west from Bear River Bridge. Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1955
Drawer 8
A-2342a: Photo of Jackie Kennedy
Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2342b: Interior of an unidentified building
Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2343: View of unidentified landscape. Possibly in a canyon
Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2344: Logan Canyon, Utah. Scenes
Spring Hollow looking south from Highway 89. Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1960-1969
Drawer 8
A-2345a: Possibly a sugar beet field in Logan, Utah [?]
Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2345b: Harvesting. Possibly sugar beets [?]
Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2346a: Benson, Utah. Streams and Rivers
View of frozen ox bows on Bear River in Benson. View looking north. Trenton Hill visible in distance. Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1970-1979
Drawer 8
A-2346b: Hyrum, Utah. Dams (Irrigation)
View of spillway entrance. Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1970-1979
Drawer 8
A-2347: Benson, Utah. Streams and Rivers
View of frozen ox bows on Bear River in Benson. View looking West. Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1970-1979
Drawer 8
A-2348: Benson, Utah. Farm Scenes
Field of new corn in Upper Benson near site of Riverside School. Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1970-1979
Drawer 8
A-2349: Malad Valley. Views
Looking northwest toward Portage from old Utah Northern and UIC grade south. West of Beaver Dam. Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1970-1979
Drawer 8
A-2350: Petersboro, Utah. Railroad Bridges
Utah Idaho Central Railroad bridge on Beaver Dam divide. Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1960-1969
Drawer 8
A-2351: Green Canyon, Utah. Views
Looking east across a potato field toward North Logan and Green Canyon. Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1960-1969
Drawer 8
A-2352: Clarkston Mountain. Views
Looking north over Bear River Valley from old UN and UIC grade southwest of Beaver Dam. Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1970-1979
Drawer 8
A-2353: Bear River, Utah
View near Trenton, looking north toward Southwest Lewiston. Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1960-1969
Drawer 8
A-2354: Benson, Utah. Farm Scenes
Field of baled and rowed alfalfa in lower Benson, west of the Bear River. Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1970-1979
Drawer 8
A-2355: Aerial view of famland
Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2356: Joe Day farm in Cove, Utah
Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2357: Franklin, Idaho. Views (aerial)
Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1950-1959
Drawer 8
A-2358: Cornish, Utah. Views (aerial)
Melvin Buttars Turkey Farm at Center. Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1953
Drawer 8
A-2359: LDS Church Conference
LDS General Conference (?). Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2360: Unidentified man starting the process of making cheese [?]
Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2361: Logan, Utah. Views (aerial)
View of 10th North and 2nd East showing Logan Jr. High under construction. Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1963
Drawer 8
A-2362: Machine stirring cream to make cheese
Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2363: Logan, Utah. Views (aerial)
3rd North and the Island. 5th Ward church in center of photo. Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1960
Drawer 8
A-2364: Temple Square. Salt Lake City, Utah
Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2365a: Ruins of Monte Alban
Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2365b: Water Diversion Structure
Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2366: Hyrum, Utah. Dams (Irrigation)
Hyrum Dam. Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1960-1969
Drawer 8
A-2367a: Calvin Rawlings, William Palmer on right with President John F. Kennedy
Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2367b: Processing sugar beets
Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2368: Unidentified church building. Possibly LDS ward house
Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2369: Fairgrounds
Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2370: Mormon Church. Temples. Hawaii
Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1950-1959
Drawer 8
A-2371: Aerial view of a farm
Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2372: View of unidentified landscape
Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2373: Logan, Utah. Schools
Logan Junior High (aerial view). Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1964
Drawer 8
A-2374a: Wellsville, Utah. Blacksmiths
Group posed before Brenchley Brothers blacksmith shop. Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1890-1899
Drawer 8
A-2374b: Richmond, Utah. Buildings
City equipment Quonset shed. Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1960-1969
Drawer 8
A-2375: Cache farm south of Richmond
Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2376: Cove, Utah. Views (aerial)
Northern Cove, Utah-Idaho border shows at far right. Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1950-1959
Drawer 8
A-2377: Providence, Utah. Views (aerial)
Looking east. Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1960-1969
Drawer 8
A-2378: Richmond, Utah. Views (aerial)
Aerial view of farms along U.S. 91 South of Richmond. Del Monte Pea Vinery at center right. Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1950-1959
Drawer 8
A-2379: Salt Lake City, Utah. Historical Markers
This is the Place Monument. Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1960-1969
Drawer 8
A-2380: Interior of a factory. Possibly cheese factory
Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2381: Row of shelves filled with blocks of cheese on both sides
Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2382: Mormon Tabernacle Choir
Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2383: Logan, Utah. Airports
Logan-Cache Airport. Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1960-1969
Drawer 8
A-2384: Moore business forms
Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2385: Mormon Church. Temples. Salt Lake City
Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1960
Drawer 8
A-2386: Salt Lake City. Views (aerial)
Temple Square and adjacent areas. Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1970
Drawer 8
A-2387: Unidentified building with snow covered mountains in background
Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2388: LDS General Conference (?)
Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2389a: Logan, Utah. Schools
Aerial view of Logan Junior High School. Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1965
Drawer 8
A-2389b: Richmond, Utah. Churches
Benson Stake House. Gift of The Herald Journal, September 1978.
1964
Drawer 8
A-2390: Signal of Peace
Caption on phto reads, "Replica made for the front of the hall of relics at the Utah Semi-Centennial Jubilee, 1897, now located in the rotunda of the Uni Hall (city and county Building) Salt Lake City, Utah." Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897
Drawer 8
A-2391: Davis County Sheep, Utah Jubilee
Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897
Drawer 8
A-2392: Interior of the Mormon Tabernacle, Showing the American flag (80 by 150 feet). Also the great organ
Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2393: Missing
Drawer 8
A-2394: The Hall of Relics viewed from the southwest. Salt Lake City, Utah
Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2395: Dedication of Brigham Young Monument
Dedication as part of semi-centennial celebration. Sculptor: Cyrees Edwin Dallin. Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 20
Drawer 8
A-2396: Salt Lake City, Utah. Views
Brigham Young Monument Corner Stone. Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1890-1899
Drawer 8
A-2397a: Salt Lake City, Utah. Celebrations and Holidays
The dedication of the Brigham Young Monument as part of the semi-centennial celebration. Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 7
Drawer 8
A-2397b: Portraits. Individual. Unidentified woman, possibly in theater constume
Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1880-1890
Drawer 8
A-2397c: Salt Lake Theater looking east
Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1880-1889
Drawer 8
A-2398: Interior of Utah Building at St. Louis Exposition
Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1904
Drawer 8
A-2399: Salt Lake Tabernacle. Construction scenes
Photographs by C.R. Savage and reprinted by C.E. Johnson. Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1860-1869
Drawer 8
A-2400: Art and Artists. Utah
Painting by James T. Harwood showing a cow skull with an inscription marking a Mormon pioneer campsite of 1847. Photographed by C.E. Johnson, 1890s. Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2401: Carriages and Carts
Brigham Young's carriage. Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1890-1899
Drawer 8
A-2402: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Parade of the Counties, July 23. Entry #8: Box Elder County Float. Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 23
Drawer 8
A-2403: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Parade of the Counties, July 23. Entry #8: Box Elder County Float. Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 23
Drawer 8
A-2404: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Parade of the Counties, July 23. Entry #9: Cache County. Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 23
Drawer 8
A-2405: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Parade of the Counties, July 23. Entry #11: Davis County Band. Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 23
Drawer 8
A-2406: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Parade of the Counties, July 23. Entry #12: Davis County, Float 1. Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 23
Drawer 8
A-2407: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Parade of the Counties, July 23. Entry #12: Davis County, Float 2. Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 23
Drawer 8
A-2408: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Parade of the Counties, July 23. Entry #18: Juab County Float. Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 23
Drawer 8
A-2409: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Parade of the Counties, July 23. Entry #24: Sevier County Float. Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 23
Drawer 8
A-2410: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Parade of the Counties, July 23. Entry #25: Summit County Float. Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 23
Drawer 8
A-2411: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Parade of the Counties, July 23. Entry #26: Tooele County Float. Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 23
Drawer 8
A-2412: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Parade of the Counties, July 23. Entry #29: Utah County Float. Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 23
Drawer 8
A-2413: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Parade of the Counties, July 23. Entry #30: Washington County Float. Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 23
Drawer 8
A-2414: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Parade of the Counties, July 23. Entry #33: Weber County Float. Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 23
Drawer 8
A-2415: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Parade of the Counties, July 23. Entry #33: Weber County Float. Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 23
Drawer 8
A-2416: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Parade of the Counties, July 23. Entry #33: Weber County Float. Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 23
Drawer 8
A-2417: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Parade of the Counties, July 23. Sanpete County Float. Not listed in official program, Utah Pioneer Jubilee. Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 23
Drawer 8
A-2418: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Great Salt Lake Parade, July 22. Entry #6: "The Serpent of the Great Salt Lake." Float designed by J.S. Anderson. Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 22
Drawer 8
A-2419: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Great Salt Lake Parade, July 22. Entry #6: "The Serpent of the Great Salt Lake." Float designed by J.S. Anderson. Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 22
Drawer 8
A-2420: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Great Salt Lake Parade, July 22. Entry #7: The Salt Wave float designed by J.T. Harwood. Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 22
Drawer 8
A-2421: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Great Salt Lake Parade, July 22. Entry #9: "A Bath in the Lake." Float designed by J.S. Anderson. Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 22
Drawer 8
A-2422: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Great Salt Lake Parade, July 22. Entry #9: "A Bath in the Lake." Float designed by J.S. Anderson. Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 22
Drawer 8
A-2423: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Great Salt Lake Parade, July 22. Entry #10: "Friends of Fifty Years." Float designed by J.S. Anderson. Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 22
Drawer 8
A-2424: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Great Salt Lake Parade, July 22. Entry #12: "The Salt Fountain." Float designed by J.S. Anderson. Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 22
Drawer 8
A-2425: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Great Salt Lake Parade, July 22. Entry #12: "The Salt Fountain." Float designed by J.S. Anderson. Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 22
Drawer 8
A-2426: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Great Salt Lake Parade, July 22. Entry #13: "Grotto." Float designed by J.S. Anderson. Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 22
Drawer 8
A-2427: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Great Salt Lake Parade, July 22. Entry #13: "Grotto." Float designed by J.S. Anderson. Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 22
Drawer 8
A-2428: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Great Salt Lake Parade, July 22. Entry #13: "Grotto." Float designed by J.S. Anderson. Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 22
Drawer 8
A-2429: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Great Salt Lake Parade, July 22. Entry #14: "Home of the Wave." Float designed by J.S. Anderson. Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 22
Drawer 8
A-2430: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Great Salt Lake Parade, July 22. Entry #16: "The Gulls and Crickets." Float designed by J.S. Anderson. Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 22
Drawer 8
A-2431: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Great Salt Lake Parade, July 22. Entry #18: "The Stream of Time." Float designed by J.S. Anderson. Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 22
Drawer 8
A-2432: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Great Salt Lake Parade, July 22. Entry #18: "The Stream of Time." Float designed by J.S. Anderson. Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 22
Drawer 8
A-2433: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Great Salt Lake Parade, July 22. Entry #19: "The Salt Lake Cave." Float designed by J.S. Anderson. Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 22
Drawer 8
A-2434: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Great Salt Lake Parade, July 22. Entry #19: "The Salt Cave." Float designed by J.S. Anderson. Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 22
Drawer 8
A-2435: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Great Salt Lake Parade, July 22. Entry #20: "Utah Lake." Float designed by J.T. Hardwood. Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 22
Drawer 8
A-2436: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Great Salt Lake Parade, July 22. Entry #20: "Utah Lake." Float designed by J.T. Hardwood. Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 22
Drawer 8
A-2437: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Great Salt Lake Parade, July 22. Entry #18: "The Stream of Time." Float designed by J.S. Anderson. Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 22
Drawer 8
A-2438: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Children's Parade, July 22. Entry #7: "Mother Goose." Float designed by S.T. Whitaker. Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 22
Drawer 8
A-2439: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Children's Parade, July 22. Entry #7: "Mother Goose." Float designed by S.T. Whitaker. Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 22
Drawer 8
A-2440: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Children's Parade, July 22. Entry #9: "Sego Lily." Float designed by S.T. Whitaker. Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 22
Drawer 8
A-2441: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Children's Parade, July 22. Entry #9: "Sego Lily." Float designed by S.T. Whitaker. Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 22
Drawer 8
A-2442: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Children's Parade, July 22. Entry #9: "Sego Lily." Float designed by S.T. Whitaker. Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 22
Drawer 8
A-2443: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Children's Parade, July 22. Entry #11: "Peter, Peter, Pumpkin Eater." Float designed by S.T. Whitaker. Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 22
Drawer 8
A-2444: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Children's Parade, July 22. Entry #14: "The Basket." Float designed by J.W. Clawson. Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 22
Drawer 8
A-2445: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Children's Parade, July 22. Entry #14: "The Basket." Float designed by J.W. Clawson. Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 22
Drawer 8
A-2446: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Children's Parade, July 22. Entry #21: "There Was An Old Woman Who Lived In A Shoe." Float designed by S.T. Whitaker. Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 22
Drawer 8
A-2447: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Children's Parade, July 22. Entry #35: "Little Miss Muffet." Float designed by S.T. Whitaker. Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 22
Drawer 8
A-2448: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Children's Parade, July 22. Entries #19 and 21: "The Beehive" and "There Was An Old Woman Who Lived In A Shoe." Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 22
Drawer 8
A-2449: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Children's Parade, July 22. View looking up Main Street from about 3rd South Street. Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 22
Drawer 8
A-2450: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Pageant of Progress, July 21. Entry #5: "Jim Bridger's Cabin." Float designed by S.T. Whitaker. Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 21
Drawer 8
A-2451: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Pageant of Progress, July 21. Entry #7: "Utah in 1847." Float designed by J.S. Anderson. Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 21
Drawer 8
A-2452: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Pageant of Progress, July 21. Entry #8: "First Saw Pit." Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 21
Drawer 8
A-2453: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Pageant of Progress, July 21. Entry #9: "First House in Utah." Float designed by J.S. Anderson. Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 21
Drawer 8
A-2454: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Pageant of Progress, July 21. Entry #10: "Slow Transportation." Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 21
Drawer 8
A-2455: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Pageant of Progress, July 21. Entry #27: "The Overland Stage" and Entry #31: "The First Fast Mail." Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 21
Drawer 8
A-2456: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Pageant of Progress, July 21. Entry #27: "The Overland Stage" and Entry #31: "The First Fast Mail." Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 21
Drawer 8
A-2457: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Pageant of Progress, July 21. Entry #33: "The Prairie Schooner." Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 21
Drawer 8
A-2458: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Pageant of Progress, July 21. Entry #34: "ZCMI." Float designed by J.S. Anderson. Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 21
Drawer 8
A-2459: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Pageant of Progress, July 21. Entry #34: "ZCMI." Designed by J.S. Anderson. Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 21
Drawer 8
A-2460: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Pageant of Progress, July 21. Entry #34: "ZCMI." Float designed by J.S. Anderson. Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 21
Drawer 8
A-2461: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Pageant of Progress, July 21. Entry #34: "ZCMI." Float designed by J.S. Anderson. Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 21
Drawer 8
A-2462: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Pageant of Progress, July 21. Entry #35: "Engine No. 1, Union Pacific Railroad." Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 21
Drawer 8
A-2463: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Pageant of Progress, July 21. Entry #39: "First Smelter in Utah." Float designed by S.T. Whitaker. Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 21
Drawer 8
A-2464: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Pageant of Progress, July 21. Entry #42: "First Street Car in Utah." Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 21
Drawer 8
A-2465: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Pageant of Progress, July 21. Entry #46: "The Silk Worm." Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 21
Drawer 8
A-2466: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Pageant of Progress, July 21. Entry #46: "The Silk Worm". Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 21
Drawer 8
A-2467: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Pageant of Progress, July 21. Entry #48: "Genius of Utah and Her Maids of Honor." Float designed by S.T. Whitaker. Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 21
Drawer 8
A-2468: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Pageant of Progress, July 21. Entry #48: "Genius of Utah and Her Maids of Honor." Float designed by S.T. Whitaker. Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 21
Drawer 8
A-2469: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Pageant of Progress, July 21. Entry #48: "Genius of Utah and Her Maids of Honor." Float designed by S.T. Whitaker. Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 21
Drawer 8
A-2470: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Pageant of Progress, July 21. Entry #48: "Genius of Utah and Her Maids of Honor." Float designed by S.T. Whitaker. Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 21
Drawer 8
A-2471: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Pageant of Progress, July 21. Entry #48: "Genius of Utah and Her Maids of Honor." Float designed by S.T. Whitaker. Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 21
Drawer 8
A-2472: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Pageant of Progress, July 21. Entry #49: "Our Sister State, Colorado," from Victor, Colorado. Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 21
Drawer 8
A-2473: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Pageant of Progress, July 21. Entry #49: "Our Sister State, Colorado," from Victor, Colorado. Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 21
Drawer 8
A-2474: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Pageant of Progress, July 21. Private Floats: "Salt Lake Gas and Electric Light Company." Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 21
Drawer 8
A-2475: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Pageant of Progress, July 21. Private Floats: "Co-operative Wagon and Michaine Company." Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 21
Drawer 8
A-2476: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Pageant of Progress, July 21. Private Floats: "Hewlett Brothers Mfg. Company." Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 21
Drawer 8
A-2477: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Pageant of Progress, July 21. Private Floats: "Rocky Mountain Telephone Company." Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 21
Drawer 8
A-2478: Parades. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Jubilee
Pageant of Progress, July 21. Private floats, vehicles, etc. Charles Ellis Johnson Collection.
1897 July 21
Drawer 8
A-2479: The Rt. Rev. E. Otis Charles. Episcopal Bishop of Utah
Photo 1977 by Robert B. Welkie. Photo taken in the Chancel of St. John's Church, Logan.
1977
Drawer 8
A-2480: Peter Maughan
1811-1871. Photo of engraving in Tullidge's Histories, v. II, p. 346.
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2481: Transcontinental Railroad. Railroad Construction
Samuel B. Reed on the track bed of the Union Pacific Railroad, just west of Omaha, Nebraska. Gift of Harry M. Schlickeiser, December 1977.
1866
Drawer 8
A-2482: Railroad Construction
Tunnel Crew working on Union Pacific Railroad Tunnel #3, Weber Canyon, Utah. Gift of Harry M. Schlickeiser, December 1977.
1868
Drawer 8
A-2483: Engineer's Camp at Tunnel #3, Weber Canyon, Utah
Gift of Harry M. Schlickeiser, December 1977.
1868
Drawer 8
A-2484: Transcontinental Railroad
Union Pacific Railroad Construction Train. Gift of Harry M. Schlickeiser, December 1977.
1868
Drawer 8
A-2485: Railroad construction
Photo depicts long stretch of track with a station in the background. Gift of Harry M. Schlickeiser, December 1977.
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2486a: Promontory, Utah. Golden Spike
Painting of the Driving of the Golden Spike by Thomas Hill. State Capitol, Sacramento. Gift of Harry M. Schlickeiser, December 1977.
1869
Drawer 8
A-2486b: Key to the people in the painting by Hill from 2468a
Gift of Harry M. Schlickeiser, December 1977.
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2487: Weber Canyon, Utah. Canyon Scenes
Photo of Andrew J. Russell, Union pacific photographer, asleep. Photo taken by his assistant, S.J. Sedgwick. Gift of Harry M. Schlickeiser, December 1977.
1869
Drawer 8
A-2488: Railroad Construction
Excavating in Weber Canyon, Utah. Photo by A.J. Russell. Gift of Harry M. Schlickeiser, December 1977.
1868
Drawer 8
A-2489: Donner Lake, California
Showing Donner Pass and snowsheds covering line of Central Pacific Railroad. Gift of Harry M. Schlickeiser, December 1977.
1867
Drawer 8
A-2490: Transcontinental Railroad Bridges
Testing final Devil's Gate Bridge, Weber Canyon, Utah. Photo by Stephen J. Sedgwick. Gift of Harry M. Schlickeiser, December 1977.
1869
Drawer 8
A-2491: Railroad Construction. Wyoming
Union Pacific construction camp at "Z." Probably near Wasatch, Utah. Gift of Harry M. Schlickeiser, December 1977.
1868
Drawer 8
A-2492: Tunnels. Transcontinental Railroad
Union Pacific Tunnel #3. Echo Canyon, Utah. Gift of Harry M. Schlickeiser, December 1977.
1869
Drawer 8
A-2493: Transcontinental Railroad. Devil's Gate Bridge, Weber Canyon, Utah
Photo by A. J. Russell titled: "Temporary Bridge." Gift of Harry M. Schlickeiser, December 1977.
1869
Drawer 8
A-2494: Transcontinental Railroad. Promontory, Utah
Central Pacific's driving of the last spike May 10, 1869. Photo by Stephen J. Sedgwick. Gift of Harry M. Schlickeiser, December 1977.
1869 May 10
Drawer 8
A-2495: Picture of an information letter about the Golden Spike Area
Gift of Harry M. Schlickeiser, December 1977.
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2496: Surveys and Surveying. Transcontinental Railroad
Union Pacific Railroad Survey Crew hoist equipment up a cliff face in Weber Canyon, Utah. Photo by A.J. Russell. Gift of Harry M. Schlickeiser, December 1977.
1868
Drawer 8
A-2497: Railroad Cars. Interior
Interior view of Palace Sleeping Car, probably Central Pacific Railroad. Gift of Harry M. Schlickeiser, December 1977.
1870-1879
Drawer 8
A-2498: Transcontinental Railroad
The Great Embankment in Granite Canyon, Sherman Summit, Wyoming. Between Laramie and Cheyenne. Gift of Harry M. Schlickeiser, December 1977.
1869
Drawer 8
A-2499: Railroad Construction
Possibly a railroad crew excavating a large hill for the railroad. Gift of Harry M. Schlickeiser, December 1977.
Undated
Drawer 8
A-2500: Promontory, Utah. Railroad Construction
Carmichael's Cut on south face of Promontory showing cut and fill work by Union Pacific Construction crews. View looking southeast. Gift of Harry M. Schlickeiser, December 1977.
1869

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Container(s): Drawer Drawer 9

Container(s)DescriptionDates
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Drawer 9
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Drawer 9
A-2501: Promontory, Utah. Railroad Construction
Cut north of Big Trestle on Union Pacific line on east front of the Promontory. View looking south. Gift of Harry M. Schlickeiser, December 1977.
1869
Drawer 9
A-2502: Photo illustrates a finished railroad bridge over a river
Gift of Harry M. Schlickeiser, December 1977.
Undated
Drawer 9
A-2503: Unidentified people with handcarts on a road in a canyon
Gift of Harry M. Schlickeiser, December 1977.
Undated
Drawer 9
A-2504: Blue Creek, Utah. Railroads
Casement Brothers Construction Train (Union Pacific) on the siding at Blue Creek. East of the Promontory. Gift of Harry M. Schlickeiser, December 1977.
1869
Drawer 9
A-2505: Possibly camp of railroad workers. Dinner is set up on a blanket. Men sit in background near fire
Gift of Harry M. Schlickeiser, December 1977.
Undated
Drawer 9
A-2506: Cheyenne, Wyoming. Street Scenes
16th Street. Gift of Harry M. Schlickeiser, December 1977.
1868
Drawer 9
A-2507: Three men, possibly railroad workers, sit at camp eating dinner
Gift of Harry M. Schlickeiser, December 1977.
Undated
Drawer 9
A-2508: Lithograph of railroad workers firing at attacking Indians
Gift of Harry M. Schlickeiser, December 1977.
Undated
Drawer 9
A-2509: Thomas C. Durant
Gift of Harry M. Schlickeiser, December 1977.
Undated
Drawer 9
A-2510: Transcontinental Railroad
Weber Canyon, Utah. The "1000 mile tree." Tree marked distance west from Omaha. Gift of Harry M. Schlickeiser, December 1977.
1869
Drawer 9
A-2511: Omaha, Nebraska. Views
Union Pacific Railroad yards near the Missouri. Photo by A.J. Russell. Gift of Harry M. Schlickeiser, December 1977.
1867
Drawer 9
A-2512: Photo showing construction of a railroad tunnel
Gift of Harry M. Schlickeiser, December 1977.
Undated
Drawer 9
A-2513: Photo of two men near two sod houses/tents. [?]
Gift of Harry M. Schlickeiser, December 1977.
Undated
Drawer 9
A-2514: Transcontinental Railroad
Casement Brothers Supply Train. Photo by A.J. Russell. Casement Brothers built the track bed and laid rails for the Union Pacific. Gift of Harry M. Schlickeiser, December 1977.
1869
Drawer 9
A-2515: Railroads and Railroading
Copy print of a broadside by the Central Pacific Railroad announcing emigrant routes through Utah and Nevada to California. Gift of Harry M. Schlickeiser, December 1977.
Undated
Drawer 9
A-2516: Two unidentified men overlook a river
Gift of Harry M. Schlickeiser, December 1977.
Undated
Drawer 9
A-2517: Transcontinental Railroad
Construction work on Union Pacific's Tunnel #3. Weber Canyon, Utah. Gift of Harry M. Schlickeiser, December 1977.
1868
Drawer 9
A-2518: Large group of people with horse-drawn carts moving through a large ravine
Gift of Harry M. Schlickeiser, December 1977.
Undated
Drawer 9
A-2519: Salt Lake City. Street Scenes
Main Street. Nauvoo Legion Arsenal on hill at head of street. Gift of Harry M. Schlickeiser, December 1977.
1868
Drawer 9
A-2520: Weber Canyon, Utah
"Thousand Mile Tree" on the grade of the Union Pacific Railroad, 1000 miles west of Omaha. Gift of Harry M. Schlickeiser, December 1977.
1869
Drawer 9
A-2521: Railroad Construction. Weber Canyon, Utah
Union Pacific Railroad work train on siding in Weber Canyon. Gift of Harry M. Schlickeiser, December 1977.
1869
Drawer 9
A-2522: Group of railroad construction workers resting at camp
Gift of Harry M. Schlickeiser, December 1977.
Undated
Drawer 9
A-2523: Group of unidentified people wait at a railroad station for train
Gift of Harry M. Schlickeiser, December 1977.
Undated
Drawer 9
A-2524: Echo City, Utah. Log Buildings
A.J. Russell photo of "Mormon Family." Posed in order to show many wives. Gift of Harry M. Schlickeiser, December 1977.
1869
Drawer 9
A-2525: Corinne, Utah. Street Scenes
Photo by W. H. Jackson. Gift of Harry M. Schlickeiser, December 1977.
1871
Drawer 9
A-2526: Weber Canyon, Utah
Prior to construction of Union Pacific Railroad grade. Gift of Harry M. Schlickeiser, December 1977.
1868
Drawer 9
A-2527: Railroad Bridges
The Big Trestle on the east face of the Promontory Summit, Utah. Overlooking Blue Creek Valley. Gift of Harry M. Schlickeiser, December 1977.
1869
Drawer 9
A-2528: Trees, Yellow Pine
Scene near Panguitch Lake, Utah
1930-1939
Drawer 9
A-2529: Looking down Weber Canyon from top of Bald Mountain
Part of the Wasatch National Forest in 1923.
1923
Drawer 9
A-2530: Scenery from Wasatch National Forest
Looking northeast from Bald Mountain.
Undated
Drawer 9
A-2531: Scenery from Wasatch National Forest
Fishlake No. 1, Uinta Mountains 1932.
1932
Drawer 9
A-2532: Bear Lake. Views
View of Bear Lake and Garden City, Utah from Logan Canyon Road.
1930-1939
Drawer 9
A-2533a: Scenery from American Fork Canyon Wasatch National Forest
Cataract Falls, Bell Canyon.
Undated
Drawer 9
A-2533b: Scenery from upper Provo in the Slate Shale Gorge
1932
Drawer 9
A-2534: Scenery from Wasatch National Forest
Twin Peaks from Bells Canyon.
1932
Drawer 9
A-2535: Scenery looking from the top at Mt. Majestic
Big Cottonwood Canyon.
1932
Drawer 9
A-2536: Lake Blanche, Wasatch Mountains
Winter Scene. Near Brighton, Utah.
1932
Drawer 9
A-2537: Lake Martha. Wasatch Mountains. Views
Near Brighton, Utah.
1932
Drawer 9
A-2538: Scenery from Wasatch Mountains
Wasatch National Forest.
1932
Drawer 9
A-2539: Scenery from Wasatch National Forest. Wasatch Mountain Range
Undated
Drawer 9
A-2540: Scenery from Timpanogas Cave National Monument
Stalagmite formations.
1932
Drawer 9
A-2541: Scenery from Timpanogas Cave National Monument
Showing formations in cave. Wasatch National Forest.
Undated
Drawer 9
A-2542: Salt Lake City, Utah. Views
Looking southeast from the towers of the Cathedral of the Madeline.
1932
Drawer 9
A-2543: Mount Olympus. Views of Salt Lake Valley
Undated
Drawer 9
A-2544: Scenery from Wasatch National Forest
Uinta Mountain Range primitive area. Upper Provo Basin.
Undated
Drawer 9
A-2545: Scenery from Wasatch National Forest Island Lake
Next to Grandaddy Lake, looking east.
Undated
Drawer 9
A-2546: Scenery from Uinta Mountain Basin
Primitive Area. Wasatch National Forest.
Undated
Drawer 9
A-2547: Waterfalls. Provo River
Wasatch National Forest, Utah.
1930-1939
Drawer 9
A-2548: Bridal Veil Falls. Provo Canyon, Utah
1930-1939
Drawer 9
A-2549: Cedar Breaks National Monument. Views
The Rim.
1932
Drawer 9
A-2550: Cedar Breaks National Monument. Views
Arch of Triumph.
1932
Drawer 9
A-2551: Cedar Breaks National Monument. Trees
Englemann Spruce.
1932
Drawer 9
A-2552: Cedar Breaks. Views
1932
Drawer 9
A-2553: Cedar Breaks National Monument, Utah. Views
Photo shows erosion that has taken place.
1932
Drawer 9
A-2554: Cedar Breaks. Views
Sunset view of Mountains.
1932
Drawer 9
A-2555: Cedar Breaks
View of the Rim.
1932
Drawer 9
A-2556: Southeastern Utah
Probably Canyonlands before given that title.
Undated
Drawer 9
A-2557: Bryce Canyon. Views
North Rim showing geological formations.
1930-1939
Drawer 9
A-2558: Bryce Canyon. Views
Looking North.
1932
Drawer 9
A-2559: Bryce Canyon. Views
"Gnome's Castle."
1932
Drawer 9
A-2560: Bryce Canyon. Views
1932
Drawer 9
A-2561: Scenery from Bryce Canyon
Pine and Big Wall.
1932
Drawer 9
A-2562: Bryce Canyon. Views
"The Great Wall."
1932
Drawer 9
A-2563: Bryce Canyon. Views
1932
Drawer 9
A-2564: Bryce Canyon. Views
Close-up view of the rim.
1932
Drawer 9
A-2565: Bryce Canyon. Views
West wall on the rim showing erosion.
1930-1939
Drawer 9
A-2566: Bryce Canyon. Views
"The West Wall."
1932
Drawer 9
A-2567: Bryce Canyon. Views
"Sunrise on the rim of Bryce."
1932
Drawer 9
A-2568: Bryce Canyon. Views
Balanced rock and other wind erosion features.
1932
Drawer 9
A-2569: Bryce Canyon. Views
Erosion on the North Wall.
1932
Drawer 9
A-2570: Bryce Canyon. Views
Effects of wind and water erosion.
1932
Drawer 9
A-2571: Bryce Canyon, Utah. Views
Silhouettes and the effects of erosion.
1932
Drawer 9
A-2572: Scenery in Southern Utah
Red Rock Country.
1932
Drawer 9
A-2573: Fruita, Utah. Views
Scenery near Wayne Wonderland. Wayne County, 1932.
1932
Drawer 9
A-2574: Natural Bridge. Wayne Wonderland
Southern Utah, 1932.
1932
Drawer 9
A-2575: Zion National Park. Views
Looking into Zion Canyon. Virgin River in foreground.
1932
Drawer 9
A-2576: Zion National Park. Views
Looking up the Narrows of the Virgin River.
1932
Drawer 9
A-2577: Zion Nati