Guide to the Leonard J. Arrington photograph collection,
1830-1995

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Overview of the Collection

Creator: Arrington, Leonard J.
Title: Leonard J. Arrington photograph collection
Dates: 1830-1995 ( inclusive )
1840-1950 ( bulk )
Quantity: 5 boxes (2.0 linear ft. )
Collection Number: USU_P0316
Summary: Mainly photographs Arrington collected for his numerous publications. Many of these photos are images related to Mormon economics in the nineteenth century, including early LDS entrepreneurs, Utah businesses, agriculture, beet sugar, and logging. Also included in the collection are photographs relating to general Mormon history such as pioneers, forts, Utah towns, the Salt Lake City Valley, and LDS leaders. Many of these images are photographs of early woodcut illustrations. Finally there is an assortment of cartes-de-visite and studio portraits as well as Arrington family photographs. Most of the images in the collection are copies from institutions such as the LDS Church Archives, the Utah Historical Society, the Idaho Historical Society, and the Huntington Library.
Repository: Utah State University. Special Collections and Archives
Photograph Collection

Merrill-Cazier Library
Utah State University
3000 Old Main Hill
Logan, UT 84322-3000
Phone: 435 797-2663
Fax: 435 797-2880
Email: scweb@usu.edu

Languages: Collection materials are in English. 
Sponsor: Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) grant, 2007-2008

Biographical Note

Leonard J. Arrington was born on July 2, 1917 in Twin Falls, Idaho. He was raised on a farm in Idaho and attended the University of Idaho where he majored in agricultural economics. He began working towards a doctorate degree in economics from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, but his studies were cut short when he was drafted in 1943. That same year Arrington married Grace Fort (they would have three children; James, Carl and Susan.) Arrington served overseas in North Africa and Italy until 1946. After the war he began teaching at the Utah State Agricultural College and except for one year spent in Chapel Hill to complete his doctorate, one year teaching in Italy, and one at UCLA, Arrington would continue to teach at Utah State University until 1972. Between 1972 and 1982 be began working as the L.D.S. Church Historian. In 1982 Grace passed away, and in 1983 he and Harriet Horn were married. Arrington died on February 11, 1999 due to heart failure.

Dr. Arrington was a prolific writer. He began by publishing articles on nineteenth century Mormon economics, but he soon branched out into other L.D.S.History topics as well as Mormon biography. Some of his better known books include Great Basin Kingdom (1958), The Mormon Experience: A History of the Latter-Day Saints (1979), and Brigham Young: American Moses (1985). Arrington was also a leader as a professional historian. He helped to establish the Mormon History Association (serving as its first president) and the Western Historical Quarterly. He also served as president of the Western History Association and the Pacific Coast Branch of the American Historical Association.

Content Description

The Leonard J. Arrington photograph collection consists mainly of photographs Arrington collected for his numerous publications. Many of these photographs are images related to Mormon economics in the nineteenth century including early L.D.S entrepreneurs, Utah businesses, agriculture, beet sugar, and logging. Also included in the collection are photographs relating to general L.D.S. history such as pioneers, forts, Utah towns, the Salt Lake City Valley, and L.D.S. leaders. Many of these images are photographs of early woodcut illustrations. Finally there is an assortment of carte-de-visites and studio portraits as well as Arrington family photographs. Most of the images in the collection are copies from institutions such as the L.D.S. Church Archives, the Utah Historical Society, the Idaho Historical Society, and the Huntington Library.

Use of the Collection

Restrictions on Access :  Restrictions

Open to public research.

Restrictions on Use :  Copyright

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

Preferred Citation :  

Leonard J. Arrington photograph collection, , 1830-1995. (P0316). Utah State University. Special Collections & Archives Department.

Administrative Information

Arrangement :

Arrangement: Topical.

Acquisition Information :  

Gift of Leonard Arrington.

Processing Note :  

Register completed by Mindy Mitchell, February 2001, and revised by Becky Ruelle, February 2003.


Detailed Description of the Collection

Photographs used in Leonard J. Arrington's Great Basin Kingdom; An Economic History of the Latter-Day Saints 1830-1900
Container(s)
Description
Dates
box
folder
1 1
1:01:01: One of the first titles or deeds to city lots in S.L.C 1848
1:01:02: Title or deed owned by Edward Stevenson 1848
1:01:03: A landscape view of a town with horse and buggies, buildings, and trees in photo
1:01:04: George Q. Cannon
(L.D.S. Historian's Office.)
1:01:05: Daniel H. Wells
1:01:06: John Taylor
(L.D.S. Church Historian's Office.)
1:01:07: Joseph Smith, Jr
(L.D.S. Archives.)
1:01:08: Brigham Young's daily transaction in Gold dust
1:01:09: Currency issued in the Salt Lake Valley in 1849
(John F. Bennett Collection.)
1:01:10: Five dollar coin 1849
1:01:11: Holiness to the Lord coin
1:01:12: Mormons assembling rocks at temple block in Salt Lake City, L.D.S. Tabernacle in back
1:01:13: Mormon Cotton Mill built in 1867 at Washington, Utah
1:01:14: Wagon train meeting up with Union Pacific RR.
(Negative available.)
1:01:15: Early transcontinental railway train near Promontory. Freight train in foreground
1:01:16: The Emporium, S.L.C
(L.D.S.Historian's Office.)
1869.
1:01:17: Fort Supply, site of first L.D.S. settlement in Wyoming
1:01:18: Brigham Young addressing General Conference
(Negative available.)
1869.
1:01:19: People's Co-operative Branch Store
1:01:20: L.D.S. laborers grading Utah Central R.R
(Negative available.)
1869.
1:01:21: Salt Lake City
(Negative available.)
ca. 1890.
1:01:22: General Tithing Office and Deseret Store, and Deseret News Office, S.L.C
(L.D.S. Historian's Office.)
1861

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Photographs used in Arrington's Brigham Young: American Moses.
Container(s)
Description
Dates
box
folder
1 2
1:02:01 : Daniel H. Wells
(L.D.S. Church Archives.)
1:02:02: Brigham Young
(L.D.S. Church Archives.)
1873
1:02:03: Map of some of the western states including Utah, Arizona, and Nevada
1:02:04: Main Street in S. L. C
(L.D.S. Church Archives.)
ca. 1862.
1:02:05: Brigham Young
(L.D.S. Church Archives.)
ca. 1847.
1:02:06: Orson Pratt
(L.D.S. Church Archives.)
1:02:07: Wilford Woodruff
(L.D.S. Church Archives.)
1:02:08: Earliest known photograph of Brigham young
(L.D.S. Church Archives.)
early 1840's
1:02:09: The Mansion House in
(L.D.S. Church Archives.)
early 1850's
1:02:10: L.D.S.farmer and family returning from Salt Lake City from Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper
(Negative available.)
Feb. 5, 1870
1:02:11: Brigham Young's office drawing from Harper's Weekly 1871
1:02:12: The Lion House, Beehive House, and Brigham young's office building
(L.D.S. Church Archives.)
1:02:13: Kirtland Temple, Kirtland Ohio
(L.D.S. Church Archives.)
1:02:14: Willard Richards
(L.D.S. Church Archives.)
1:02:15: George Q. Cannon
(L.D.S. Church Archives.)
1:02:16: George A. Smith
(L.D.S. Church Archives.)
1:02:17: Brigham Young travels
1:02:18: L.D.S.Tabernacle in Salt Lake City
(L.D.S. Church Archives.)
ca. 1867.
1:02:19: Heber C. Kimbal
(L.D.S. Church Archives.)
1:02:20: Brigham Young residence in New York
1:02:21: Cabinet made by Brigham Young
(L.D.S. Museum of History and Art.)
1:02:22: Joseph Smith
(L.D.S. Church Archives.)
1:02:23: Brigham Young Residence in Nauvoo, Illinois
(L.D.S. Church Archives.)
1:02:24: City of Nauvoo, Illinois ca. 1845
1:02:25: Brigham Young & wife Mary Ann Angell & family in Nauvoo 1843
1:02:26: Lucy Decker Young
1:02:27: Mary Ann Angell Young
(L.D.S. Church Archives.)
1:02:28: Eliza Roxcy Snow
(L.D.S. Church Archives.)
1:02:29: The Young brothers
(L.D.S. Church Archives.)
ca. 1856
1:02:30: The Pioneers
(Negative available.)

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Various images of Brigham Young
Container(s)
Description
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folder
1 3
1:03:01: C. R. Savage stereoview of Brigham Young.
1:03:02: Brigham Young
(L.D.S. Church Historian Office.)
1:03:03: Brigham Young
(L.D.S. Church Archives.)
ca. 1848
1:03:04: Brigham Young montage
1:03:05: Brigham Young and his 17 sons
(L.D.S. Church Archives.)
1:03:06: Brigham Young's 10 daughters
(L.D.S. Church Archives.)
ca. 1865
1:03:07: Copy of a daguerreotype of Brigham Young
(L.D.S. Church Archives.)
ca. 1850.
1:03:08: Brigham Young
Photo by Savage and Ottinger.
1864.
1:03:09: Brigham Young
1:03:10-15: Brigham Young
(L.D.S. Church Archives.)
1:03:16: Brigham Young
Photo by Carter. (L.D.S. Church Archives.)
ca. 1865.
1:03:17: Brigham Young
(L.D.S. Church Archives.)
1:03:18: Brigham Young
1:03:19: Brigham Young
(L.D.S. Church Archives.)
ca. 1875
1:03:20: Brigham Young, when he was beginning his service as governor
(L.D.S. Church Archives.)
ca. 1852,
1:03:21: Brigham Young
when he was governor. (L.D.S. Church Archives.)
ca. 1852,
1:03:22: Brigham Young
(L.D.S. Church Archives.)
ca. 1857
1:03:23: Brigham Young in
(L.D.S. Church Archives.)
early 1860's.
1:03:24-25: Statue of Brigham Young
1:03:26: Brigham Young
(Brady Handy Collection, Library of Congress.)

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Brigham Young houses, buildings, and artifacts
Container(s)
Description
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box
folder
1 4
1:04:01: Brigham Young's winter home in St. George, Utah.
1:04:02: Brigham Young school house, built for his family in
(L.D.S. Church Archives.)
1850's
1:04:03: Brigham Young's first residence in S.L.C
1:04:04: Brigham Young's tools of his own make.
(L.D.S. Museum of History and Art.)
1:04:05: Chair made by Brigham Young in New York.
(L.D.S. Museum of History and Art.)
1:04:06: Brigham Young's desk, made by himself
(L.D.S. Museum of History and Art.)
1:04:07: Brigham Young's tool chest?

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Mary Ann Angell Young
Container(s)
Description
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folder
1 5
1:05:01: Mary Ann Angell Young ca. 1851

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Joseph and Emma Smith
Container(s)
Description
box
folder
1 6
1:06:01: Joseph Smith, copied from the original daguerreotype taken in Nauvoo, Illinois, 1843
1:06:02: Emma Smith

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Leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.
Container(s)
Description
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folder
1 7
1:07:01: An official party of L.D.S. leaders on tour in
(L.D.S. Church Archives.)
1870
1:07:02-03: George Q. Cannon
1:07:04: George A. Smith
1:07:05: Daniel H. Wells

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Brigham Young/Nauvoo Legion
Container(s)
Description
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folder
1 8
1:08:01: Proclamation by Brigham Young
1:08:02: Possibly Albert Sydney Johnson
1:08:03: Picture of a Colt (gun) possibly used by the Nauvoo Legion
1:08:04: A gun presented to Governor Brigham Young

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Photographs used in Arrington's David Eccles.
Container(s)
Description
Dates
box
folder
1 9
1:09:01: Eccles family in Drygate, Glascow, Scotland (postcard.)
(Negative available.)
1:09:02: William Eccles
(Negative available.)
1:09:03: Sarah Hutchinson Eccles
(Negative available.)
1:09:04: The Eccles family of Utah (came from Scotland in 1863.)
1:09:05: Bertha marie Jensen Eccles
(Negative available.)
1:09:06: David Eccles
(Negative available.)
1873
1:09:07: David Eccles
(Negative available.)
1883.
1:09:08: David Eccles
(Negative available.)
1900.
1:09:09: David Eccles
(Negative available.)
1878.
1:09:10: David Eccles
1:09:11: David Eccles character drawing
1:09:12a: David and Bertha Eccles
(Negative available.)
1:09:12b: Eccles employees at first mill at Baker, Oregon
(Negative available.)
1891.
1:09:13: Lila Eccles Brimhall
(Negative available.)
1:09:14: Royal Eccles
(Negative available.)
1:09:15: Vivian Eccles Snowcroft
(Negative available.)
1:09:16: Vida Eccles
(Negative available.)
1:09:17: Homer G. Eccles
(Negative available.)
1:09:18: Bertha Eccles Wright
(Negative available.)
1:09:19: W. Jack Eccles
(Negative available.)
1:09:20: David C. Eccles
(Negative available.)
1:09:21: Joseph M. Eccles
(Negative available.)
1:09:22: Le Roy Eccles
(Negative available.)
1:09:23: Flora Eccles
(Negative available.)
1:09:24: Laura Eccles
(Negative available.)
1:09:25: Negative of Arnold D. Quantrell
1:09:26: Thomas D. Dee
1:09:27: Negative of Oregon Lumber Plant and related enterprises at Baker, Oregon 1898.
1:09:28: Negative of Saw Mill, Baker City, Oregon.
1:09:29: Negative of logging teams, Chenowith, Washington
1:09:30: Negative of loading logs in Sumpter Valley
1:09:31: Negative of Sawmill at Chenowith, Washington.
1:09:32: Negative of Steamer "Pearl" and lumber rafts, Viento, Oregon
1:09:33: Negative of Oregon Lumber Company plant at Baker City, Oregon
1:09:34: Negative of the Logo of Oregon Lumber Company 1889
1:09:35: Sketch of plant of Grande Ronde Lumber Company

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Oregon Lumber Company
Container(s)
Description
Dates
box
folder
1 10
1:10:01: Oregon Lumber Co. Dee, Oregon, hotel on right
1:10:02: Train going to lumber company
1:10:03: Forest of trees, and lumber company
1:10:04: Oregon Lumber Co., Dee, Oregon
1:10:05: Lumber Yard
(L.D.S. Church Historian's Office.)
1:10:06: Logging in Sumpter Valley
(L.D.S. Church Historian's Office.)
1:10:07: Oregon Lumber Company's plant, Baker City in the distance
(L.D.S. Church Historian's Office.)
1:10:08: Yard and Merchandise store, Baker City.
(L.D.S. Church Historian's Office.)
1:10:09: Train of logs on Sumpter Valley R.Y.
(L.D.S. Church Historian's Office.)
1:10:10: Section of flume
(L.D.S. Church Historian's Office.)
1:10:11: Section of flume and tunnel
(L.D.S. Church Historian's Office.)
1:10:12: Lumber Yard, Viento, Oregon
(L.D.S. Church Historian's Office.)
1:10:13: Mouth of the Little White Salmon River, Chenowith, Washington
(L.D.S. Church Historian's Office.)
1:10:14: Town of Sumpter Valley
(L.D.S. Church Historian's Office.)
1:10:15: Red Bridge on Sumpter Valley R.Y
(L.D.S. Church Historian's Office.)
1:10:16: Sumpter Valer R.Y., South Baker, Oregon
1:10:17: Sumpter Valley Railway No. 11, Tipten Station 1904.
1:10:18: Alder Springs 60 ft. trestle, Sumpter Valley Railway
1:10:19: Eccles loggers loading pine log aboard railway
1:10:20: Loading logs on Sumpter Valley R.R. flat cars
1:10:21: Logging train of Sumpter Valley R.Y 1894
1:10:22: Logging near Baker, Oregon 1891
1:10:23: Loading logs on S.V.R.Y. in Sumpter Valley.
(L.D.S. Church Historian's Office.)
1:10:24: Hotel in Dee, Oregon
1:10:25: Dee mill after it burned down 1913
1:10:26: Oregon Lumber Co., Dee, Oregon
1:10:27: Oregon Lumber Co
(Negative only)
1:10:28: Logging Teams, Chenowith, Washington.
(L.D.S. Church Historian's Office.)
1:10:29-30: Sumpter Valley R.R

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Bertha Marie Jensen Eccles
Container(s)
Description
box
folder
1 11
1:11:01: Bertha M. Eccles
1:11:02: Bertha Marie Jensen Eccles

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Superior Rock Springs Coal Mining
Container(s)
Description
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box
folder
1 12
1:12:01: Superior Rock Springs office, barn, and stable boss
1:12:02: Triple Superior Rock Springs
1:12:03: Superior Rock, Lawrence Hay, and Hal Merchant
1:12:04: Superior Rock, blacksmith shop, endless rope, and track going down into mine
1:12:05: Triple Superior Rock Springs
1:12:06: After a "shot," Superior Rock Springs
1:12:07: Triple Superior Rock Springs
1:12:08: Superior Rock Springs, Hal Merchant, Lawrence Hay, William Purdy, and F. D 1925
1:12:09: Top Cutter inside Superior Rock
1:12:10: Superior Rock Springs, Hal Merchant, Lawrence Hay, and Bill Purdy
1:12:11: Superior Rock Springs, cars coming out of mines.

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Photographs used in Arrington's From Quaker to Latter Day Saint: Bishop Edwin D. Woolley.
Container(s)
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1 13
1:13:01: Negative of Edwin D. Woolley
1:13:02: Ephraim K. Hanks' Mountain Dell home
1:13:03: Negative of an unidentified house/building
1:13:04: Negative of the 13th Ward Assembly rooms in S. L. C
1:13:05: Edwin D. Woolley
1:13:06: Edwin D. Woolley
1:13:07a: Edwin Bilworth Woolley
1:13:07b: Mary Wickersham Woolley
1:13:07c: Ellen Wilding Woolley
1:13:07d: Mary Ann Olpin Woolley
1:13:08: Old house/shed
1:13:09: Edwin D. Woolley family portrait ca. 1850
1:13:10: Edwin D. and Mary Ann Olpin Woolley family portrait 1859
1:13:11: Brigham Young and his friends

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Container(s)
box
folder
1 14
1:14:01: Old unidentified house/building

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Photographs used in Arrington's Tracy Collins Bank & Trust Company: A Record of Responsibility 1884-1984.
Container(s)
Description
box
folder
1 15
1:15:01: Tracy instructing newsboys in art of camping and cooking "Mulligan Stew"
(Negative only)
1:15:02: Tracy with waterfowl
(Negative only)
1:15:03: Tracy Aviary: Tracy with rare birds
(Negative only)
1:15:04: Mr. & Mrs. Russel Lord Tracy leaving for a trip around the world
1:15:05: Russel Tracy's 80th birthday cake
1:15:06: James Collins
1:15:07: John Dahlstrom
1:15:08: C.R. Canfield

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Photographs used in Arrington's Charles C. Rich, Mormon General and Western Frontiersman
Container(s)
Description
Dates
box
folder
1 16
1:16:01: Bear Lake Valley
(Negative only)
1:16:02: C. C. Rich
(Negative only)
1860's.
1:16:03: Charles Coulson Rich 1852
1:16:04: C. C. Rich
(Negative only)
ca. 1870
1:16:05: C. C. Rich (cover.)
1:16:06: General Tithing Office and Store, S.L.C
(L.D.S. Church Historian's Office.)
ca. 1865
1:16:06a: Cabin, Bear Lake
1:16:07: Home of aunt Sarah D. Rich
1:16:08: Joseph Rich
1:16:09: Great Salt Lake Valley 1847
1:16:10: Bridge Building
1:16:11: Mormon camp in Iowa
1:16:12: Mormons at work in gold field
1:16:13: Imigrants coming to Utah in 1867
1:16:14: Imigrant ship leaving Liverpool in 1853
1:16:15: Charles, Mary Ann, and children
1:16:16: Emeline Grover Rich, and children
1:16:17: Eliza Ann Graves Rich and children
(Negative only)
1:16:18: Mary Ann Phelps Rich and children
(Negative only)
1:16:19: Sarah Jane Peck Rich and children
(Negative only)
1:16:20: Harriet Sargent Rich and children
(Negative only.)
1:16:21: Sarah D. Pea Rich and children
(Negative only)
1:16:22: Salt Lake City, from the observatory of the Council House
1:16:23: Imigrants approaching Fort Bridger

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Photos from Charles C. Rich file
Container(s)
Description
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1 17
1:17:01-04: Charles C. Rich
1:17:05: Chief Washakie
1:17:06: Deseret Store, S.L.C 1865.
1:17:07: R. W. Gee liquor store
1:17:08: Rock Creek station
1:17:09: Charles C. Rich and family (Mary Ann Phelps.)
1:17:10: House
1:17:11: Sarah D. Pea Rich
1:17:12: Sarah D. Pea Rich, 1st wife
1:17:13: Eliza Ann Graves Rich, 2nd wife
1:17:14: Mary Ann Phelps Rich, 3rd wife
1:17:15: Mary Ann Phelps Rich
1:17:16: Sarah Jane Peck Rich, 4th wife
1:17:17-19: Emiline Grover Rich, 5th wife
1:17:20: Harriet Sargent Rich, 6th wife

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Photographs used in Arrington's The Mormon Experience: A History of the Latter-Day Saints.
Container(s)
Description
Dates
box
folder
1 18
1:18:01: Joseph Smith, Jr
1:18:02: Brigham Young
(L.D.S. Church Archives.)
ca. 1850
1:18:03: Mormon Handcart Company crossing the Great Plains
1:18:04: Engraving of a painting of a L.D.S. missionary preaching in Scandinavia
(Negative only)
1:18:05: The "carved house" at Hawkes Bay, New Zealand.
(Negative only)

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Photographs used in Arrington's The Mormon Experience.
Container(s)
Description
box
folder
1 19
1:19:01: Liahona High School, Tonga
(Negative only)
1:19:02: The "carved house", New Zealand

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Photographs used in Arrington's Beet Sugar in the West: A History of the Utah-Idaho Sugar Company, 1891 - 1966.
Container(s)
Description
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box
folder
2 1
2:01:01: Standard fine sugar, Bag design
(Negative only)
2:01:02: Mountain Brand Sugar
(Negative only)
2:01:03: Sample bag design, U & I sugar.
(Negative only)
2:01:04: Cultivating beets in
(Negative only)
1910
2:01:05: Farm boys thinning beets in
(Negative only)
1910
2:01:06: E. H. Dyer
(Negative only)
2:01:07: Vacuum Strike pan
(Negative only)
2:01:08: Utah-Idaho Sugar Co
2:01:09: Auxiliary cutting plant at Brigham Junction, built by Dryer
2:01:10: Interior of Idaho Falls factory 1903
2:01:11: Machinery
2:01:12: First sugar factory, Sugar House, Utah
(Utah State Historical Society.)
2:01:13: Utah-Idaho Sugar Refinery, Garland, Utah
(Utah State Historical Society.)
Oct. 1960.
2:01:14: Idaho Falls 1965
2:01:15: Pioneer Beet Sugar Plant of America beet wagon.
2:01:16: Columbia Basin factory of Utah/Idaho Sugar Co. at Moses Lake
2:01:17: Aerial view of crops and land

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Beet Sugar plants in Elsinore & Springville, Utah
Container(s)
Description
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box
folder
2 2
2:02:01: Beet Sugar Factory, Elsinore, Utah Aug. 1925
2:02:02-11: Springville, Mapleton Sugar Factory
(Utah State Historical Society.)
2:02:12: Arrival of workers at Springville Mapleton Factory
2:02:13: Sugar beet plants

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Beet sugar plants in Gunnison and Garland, Utah
Container(s)
Description
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box
folder
2 3
2:03:01-04: U & I Factory in Garland Utah 1910
2:03:05: Gunnison Valley Sugar Co
(Utah State Historical Society.)
2:03:06-07: Gunnison Valley Sugar Co. and Sign

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box
folder
2 4
2:04:01-02: Utah Sugar Co. Lehi, Utah
2:04:03-05: Utah Sugar Co., Lehi, Utah 1897
2:04:06: Utah- Idaho Sugar Co., Lehi, Utah
2:04:07: Lehi, Utah- Utah Sugar Co 1891
2:04:08: Utah Sugar Co., Lehi, Utah
2:04:09: Utah Sugar Co., Lehi, Utah, 1895
2:04:10: Vacuum pan at the Lehi factory
2:04:11: Filter presses, Utah Beet Sugar Co., Lehi
2:04:12: Covered beet sheds at Lehi factory
2:04:13: Main plant of the Utah Sugar Co., Lehi, Utah
(Utah State Historical Society.)
2:04:14: Utah-Idaho Sugar Factory at Lehi
(Utah State Historical Society.)
2:04:15: Utah Sugar Co., Lehi, Utah
2:04:16: Lehi factory after remodeling in 1900
2:04:17: Beet sugar company in Lehi, Utah

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Beet Sugar plants in Provo, Salt Lake, Ogden, Logan, and Lewiston, Utah
Container(s)
Description
box
folder
2 5
2:05:01: Amalgamated Sugar Co., Lewiston, Utah
2:05:02: Auxilary cutting plant at Provo, built by E. H. Dryer & Co
2:05:03: Sugar mill of 1852, Salt Lake Valley
2:05:04: Utah- Idaho sugar factory, West Jordan, Utah. ( Utah State Historical Society.)
2:05:05: Sugar Factory, location unknown
2:05:06: Amalgamated Sugar Co. factory, Ogden Utah
2:05:07: North beet shed at Ogden Sugar mill
2:05:08: Amalgamated Sugar Co. factory, Logan, Utah.

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Beet Sugar Plants in Washington
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Description
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box
folder
2 6
2:06:01: U & I Sugar factory- Bellingham, Washington
2:06:02: Sugar beet field in Washington County
(Utah State historical Society.)
1934.
2:06:03: Some equipment used at the Washington State Sugar Co., Waverly, Washington
2:06:04: Washington State Sugar Co., Waverly, Washington.
2:06:05: Utah- Idaho sugar factory, Toppenish, Washington
2:06:06: U & I factory at Bellingham, Washington.
2:06:07: Sugarbeet workers topping beets at Toppenish 1942
2:06:08: Night view of the U & I factory in Toppenish, Washington
2:06:09: Rear view of the factory in Toppenish
2:06:10-17: U & I sugar factory, Toppenish, Washington
2:06:18: Liquid sugar tanks, Columbia Basin factory
2:06:19: Columbia Basin factory at Moses Lake
2:06:20: Rear view of the Columbia Basin factory at Moses Lake
2:06:21: Columbia Basin factory at Moses Lake
2:06:22: Sugar beet harvest near Moses Lake, Columbia Basin factory in background
2:06:23: U & I bulk sugar tank truck delivering to customers in Wa

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Beet Sugar Plants in Idaho
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2:07:01: U & I Factory, Shelley, Idaho
2:07:02: U & I Factory at Sugar City, Idaho
2:07:03: Interior of Idaho Falls beet sugar factory, showing sugar end 1903
2:07:04: U & I Sugar Co., Rigby, Idaho.
2:07:05: View of Osgood project, Idaho 1924.
2:07:06: U & I Plant in Blackfoot, Idaho.
2:07:07: Factory built by the Western Idaho Sugar Co. in Napa, Idaho
2:07:08: U & I Plant in Idaho Falls
2:07:09: Idaho Falls factory
2:07:10-11: Blackfoot, Idaho,factory

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Beet Sugar plants in S. Dakota, Nevada, Montana, and Oregon
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2:08:01: A row of centrifugals at La Grand, Oregon, factory
2:08:02: Unlocking beets at La Grande, Oregon.
2:08:03: Machine shops, broiler house, and lime kiln, La Grand Or. sugar factory
2:08:04: La Grand, Oregon, factory, rear view.
2:08:05: An Oregon field of sugar beets
2:08:06: Thinning and cleaning beets, La Grand, Oregon
2:08:07: Nevada Sugar Co. plant, Fallon, Nevada
2:08:08-09: U & I factory at Belle Fourche, SD
2:08:10-11: U & I Sugar factory at Chinook, Montana

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Cultivation of Sugar Beets
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2:09:01: Sugar beet factory
2:09:02: Amalgamated Sugar Co., Lewiston, Utah.
2:09:03: Delivering beets to factory 1930
2:09:04: A crop of sugar beet seed, Utah 1919
2:09:05: Seedmen harvesting and shocking sugar beet seed
2:09:06: Cultivating a field of sugar beets.
2:09:07: Marbeet #1; First crude machine from which all further dev. transpired
2:09:08-09: A field of sugar beets
2:09:10: A man standing behind a herd of sheep
2:09:11: Sugar beet field
2:09:12: Aerial view
2:09:13: Man standing by sugar beet plants in field.
2:09:14: Man holding a sugar beet
2:09:15: Men picking beets
2:09:16: Sugar beet crop from commercial and resistant seeds
(Utah State Historical Society.)
2:09:17: Digging sugar beets
(Utah State Historical Society.)
2:09:18: Beet seed field in the Washington County field, St. George district
(Utah State Historical Society.)
2:09:19: Sugar beet seed field near St. George, Utah
(Utah State Historical Society.)
2:09:20: Sugar beets from ordinary field, siloed at Garland, Utah, in
(Utah State Historical Society.)
1904
2:09:21: Siloing sugar beets for the winter, Saratoga, Utah
(Utah State Historical Society.)
ca. 1905.
2:09:22: Piles of sugar beets, and people using machinery, location and date not identified
(Utah State Historical Society.)
2:09:23: Train load of beets for shipment to factory near Tremonton, Utah
(Utah State Historical Society.)
ca. 1910
2:09:24: Planting sugar beet seeds, Salt Lake County, Utah
2:09:25: Close-up of man on tractor planting seeds
2:09:26: Man on tractor planting seeds
2:09:27: Weighed sugar beets: biggest is 20 lbs, Toppenish, Washington, obtained 24 June, 1963
2:09:28: Man pulling sugar beets, and cutting off tops
2:09:29: Men carying sugar beets
2:09:30: Topping sugar beets
2:09:31: Loading sugar beets
2:09:32: Removing tops with a heater; harvesting beets with automatic scalper- harvester
2:09:33: Harvesting on Myers farm, near Riverton, Utah.
2:09:34: Model F Twin Row Marbeet 1960-1966
2:09:35: Close-up and rear view of man on tractor plowing field
2:09:36: Model E Single Row Tractor Mounted Machine 1957-1962
2:09:37: Model D Marbeets 1947-1956
2:09:38: Model D Marbeet
2:09:39: Model H Single row pull type machine, 1963-1966
2:09:40: Dual Harvest- beet tops and sugar beets.
2:09:41: Early two row Marbeet Standard
2:09:42: Two men looking at a piece of equipment
2:09:43: Man standing by a pile of beets that is over his head
2:09:44: Pile of beets

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Irrigation of sugar beets
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2:10:01-03: Various views of sugar beet irrigation
2:10:04: Construction of the Bear River Dam.
2:10:05: Filling up of the dam
2:10:06: Setting up water system on the field
2:10:07: Spraying the field

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Inside sugar beet plant
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2:11:01: Water driven centrifugals
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2:11:02: Multiple effect evaporators
2:11:03: Sugar dryer
2:11:04: Vacuum crystallizers
2:11:05: Filter press
2:11:06: Interior of S.L.C. mill
2:11:07: Engine room, Utah Factory
2:11:08: Supervising the machinery

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Misc. beet sugar photos
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2:12:01: Negative of an unidentified sugar beet factory
2:12:02: Unidentified men in a field
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2:12:03: Commercial and resistant seeds
(Negative only.)
2:12:04: Bear River Canal from the Sugar Cassette
(Negative only.)
Feb. 1925
2:12:05: Storage sheds
(Negative only)
2:12:06: Satake family, Delta, Utah
2:12:07: Students from the junior high in Spearfish, South Dakota, on the farm of J. P. Stumpf
2:12:08: U & I Sugar Co. at Spanish Fork, Utah
2:12:09: Students from Spanish Fork High School topping beets
2:12:10: Students form Spanish Fork High School on William H. Nelson's farm
2:12:11: Harvest scene from Spanish Fork, Utah
2:12:12: Yamamoto family loading beets on Hunsaker farm, Bear River Valley, Garland, Utah
2:12:13: A beet field in Idaho ca. 1900
2:12:14: A beet field
2:12:15: Man inspecting a plant
2:12:16: U & I research laboratory at West Jordan, Utah
2:12:17: Bags of U & I sugar ready for shipping.
2:12:18: Cows in a field with a factory in the background

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Black and white illustrations of early tools and misc
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2:13:01: Bag design
2:13:02: C. Planet Jr
2:13:03: The original prototype of sugarbeets
2:13:04: The new beet digger and sub-soiler
2:13:05: Vilmorin
2:13:06: Single-wheel hoe for cultivating by hand
2:13:07: Beet fork
2:13:08: Single row beet seeder
2:13:09: Beet lifter
2:13:10: U & I Sugar bag design

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Meetings
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2:14:01: Pre-camp meeting 1939 at Idaho Falls and Sugar City 1939
2:14:02: Beet sugar managers
(Names on back of photo.)
2:14:03: 1963 Operating Meeting, Idaho Falls
(Names on back of photo.)
1913

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Photos of articles about beet sugar
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2:15:01: Cover page of the U and I Farm Messenger Sept. 1934
2:15:02: A page from The Beet Sugar Gazette
2:15:03: An article from The Beet Sugar Gazette, titled Appointments for the Campaign, 1904-1905
2:15:04: Same article as above
2:15:05: Appointments for the Campaign, 1907-08, article
2:15:06: Additional Appointments for the Campaign 1907-08
2:15:07: Article that contains information about different Sugar Companies in the U. S Aug. 1914.
2:15:08: Appointment for the 1914 Campaign
2:15:09: An article that contains different information on the various sugar companies in the U.S
2:15:10: An article about the American Sugar Industry Oct. 1913
2:15:11: The Beet Sugar Gazette, Appointments for the Campaign 1902-1903

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E. H. Dyer, Thomas R. Cutler, & Edward F. Dyer
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2:16:01: E. H. Dyer
2:16:02: Edward F. Dyer
2:16:03: E. H. Dyer
2:16:04: Thomas R. Cutler
2:16:05: Thomas R. Cutler

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Harold Silver
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2:17:01: Harold and Madelyn Silver
2:17:02: Harold Farnes Silver, 8th West home
2:17:03: Harold Silver
2:17:04: Harold F. Silver in Hawaii 1954
2:17:05: Harold Silver
2:17:06: Madelyn Silver in Hawaii 1954
2:17:07: Harold Silver
2:17:08: Joseph Askie Silver, father of Harold
2:17:09: Harold Silver by train tracks
2:17:10: Harold Silver as a Senior in L.D.S. High School Fall 1916
2:17:11: Harold and Eleanor when young
2:17:12-16: Harold F. Silver
2:17:17: Elizabeth, Madelyn, & Harold Silver.
2:17:18: Sugar Beet trucks and equipment
2:17:19: Part of a Sugar Beet factory
2:17:20: 72" Silver Cone Bagasse Press
2:17:21: Top view of Silver Continuous Diffuser
2:17:22: General view of Silver Continuous Diffuser, Pioneer Mill Co., Lahaina, Hawaii
2:17:23: Cone Type Bagasse dewatering press
2:17:24: Cane Preparation Equipment Buster and Fiberizer, Silver Continuous Diffuser
2:17:25: Man standing next to a piece of equipment
2:17:26: Unidentified press
2:17:27: Part of an unidentified factory
2:17:28: Shows men working on Beet Sugar factory
2:17:29: Research & designing
2:17:30: Designing
2:17:31-32: Equipment
2:17:33-36: Various views of a dry cleaning machine; first invention of Harold Silver

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Photographs from Arrington's History of Idaho.
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2:18:01: Negative of a farm and cattle in Idaho, mountains in the background
2:18:02: Man fishing, trees and mountains in background
2:18:03: Backpacking above Cramer Lake, Sawtooth Mountains
2:18:04: Sawtooth Wilderness
2:18:05: Baron Lake
2:18:06: Little Redfish Lake
2:18:07: Sawtooth Valley
2:18:08: John Work
(Historical Photograph Collection, University of Idaho Library.)
2:18:09: Spanish-American War, camp of Idaho detachment, Boise, Idaho
(Historical Photograph Collection, University of Idaho Library.)
2:18:10: Washing machine, 1888 model, D. E. Warren photographer
(Historical Photograph Collection, University of Idaho Library.)
2:18:11: World War I mess hall, University of Idaho
(Historical Photograph Collection, University of Idaho Library.)
1918
2:18:12: Wall of Placer Creek destroyed by 1933 flood
(Historical Photograph Collection, University of Idaho Library.)
2:18:13: Triangle Dairy, Boise, Idaho
(Historical Photograph Collection, University of Idaho Library.)
2:18:14: Lava Hot Springs, Idaho
(Historical Photograph Collection, University of Idaho Library.)
1953.
2:18:15: Stands at the fair
(Idaho State Historical Society.)
1910
2:18:16: Carter Bro. threshing machine
(L.D.S. Church Archives.)
2:18:17: County Court House, Paris, Idaho
(L.D.S. Church Archives.)
2:18:18: Oakley 2nd Ward
(L.D.S. Church Archives.)
2:18:19: Paris, Idaho,Tabernacle under construction
(L.D.S. Church Archives.)
2:18:20: Paris, Idaho,Tabernacle
(L.D.S. Church Archives.)
2:18:21: Cassia Stake Tabernacle
(L.D.S. Church Archives.)
2:18:22: Town of St. Anthony, Idaho
( Utah State Historical Society.)
2:18:23: View of Snake River Canyon
(L.D.S. Church Archives.)
2:18:24: Buildings, land, and trees
(Idaho State Historical Society.)
2:18:25-26: Redfish Lake. Photo by Roland Miller
2:18:27: Sawteeth Ridge overlooking Cramer Lake Basin
2:18:28: Larry EchoHawk
2:18:29: Unidentified man, possibly H. A. Collins
(Idaho State Historical Society.)
1911.
2:18:30: Photo of an unidentified man
(Idaho State Historical Society.)
2:18:31: Group of people standing in front of a little house or cabin
(Idaho State Historical Society.)
2:18:32: Men standing and sitting with poles, and equipment
(Idaho State Historical Society.)
2:18:33: Cover of Time magazine featuring Harry Morrison
(Idaho State Historical Society.)
2:18:34: Cars parked in front of a building.
(Idaho State Historical Society.)
2:18:35: Idaho State Penitentary
(Idaho State Historical Society.)
2:18:36: The first school of Agriculture in Twin Falls, Idaho
(Idaho State Historical Society.)
1910
2:18:37: Twin Falls in the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd years
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Idaho Native Americans
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2:19:01: Native American woman and baby
(Idaho State Historical Society.)
2:19:02: Native American man and horse
(Idaho State Historical Society.)
2:19:03: Children standing in front of a school house
(Idaho State Historical Society.)
2:19:04: Pottery, rugs, and animal skins on a wall
(Idaho State Historical Society.)
2:19:05: Fort Hall Indians
(Utah State Historical Society.)
2:19:06: Fort Hall Indians dancing
(Utah State Historical Society.)
2:19:07: Chief Joseph with unidentified indian and Miss Alice C. Fletcher, Gov. alloting agent
(Historical Photograph Collection, University of Idaho Library.)
1895
2:19:08: David J. Matheson, Deputy Commissioner, Bureau of Indian Affairs
2:19:09: Prehistoric weaponry in North America
2:19:10: The Simon Site Clovis cache near Fairfield, Idaho
2:19:11: Folsom and Plano points from the Upper Snake and Salmon River Country

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S1W (Nautilus) Arco, Idaho
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2:20:01: Admiral Hyman G. Rickover 1956
2:20:02: S1W (Nautilus) prototype
2:20:03: S1W (Nautilus) and A1W (Enterprise) protype reactors steaming late 1950's
2:20:04: S1W (Nautilus) prototype reactor under construction

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2:21:01: David J. Whittaker

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2:22:01: William Brown

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2:23:01: William A. Hickman

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2:24:01: T. Edgar Lyon 1972

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2:25:01: Lourenzo DiPietro and his seven sons

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2:26:01: Robert Kendall

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2:27:01: Bathsheba W. Smith

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2:28:01: W.W. Phelps

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2:29:01: John C. Wheelon

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2:30:01-03: John Taylor

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Church History division Sesquicentennial
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2:31:01: Max H. Parkin 1972
2:31:02: Richard L. Bushman
2:31:03: Mr. Tullis
2:31:04: Richard O. Cowan

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2:32:01: David M. Kennedy
2:32:02: Wallace B. Smith

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Early Prints of Nauvoo, Salt Lake Valley, and Hill Cumorah
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3:01:01: Nauvoo "The Beautiful" from "Liverpool Route"
3:01:02: Nauvoo and the Missippi river
3:01:03: Salt Lake City- The Mormon City (written in German.)
3:01:04: Hill Cumorah

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Forts
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3:02:01: Illustration of an old Mormon fort, and cattle
3:02:02: Camp Floyd
3:02:03: Fort Kearny
3:02:04: Lanacks Fort, Leavenworth, Kansas
3:02:05: Fort Laramie, Nebraska
3:02:06: Fort Bridger
3:02:07: Orderville, Utah ca. 1880
3:02:08: Fort Utah
3:02:09 : Fort Utah
from an early painting by Samuel Jepperson.
ca. 1849
3:02:10: Artist's sketch of the Mormon "Fort" at Hyrum, Utah 1860
3:02:11: L.D.S. fort at San Bernardino, California 1852
3:02:12: Pioneer construction: Log & dirt roofed buildings

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Utah Mills
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3:03:01: Iron Mills at Cedar City
3:03:02: Provo Woolen Mills
3:03:03: Woolen mills at Provo, Utah
(L.D.S. Church historian's Office.)
3:03:04: Pioneer Iron Mills near Cedar City, Utah
3:03:05: Pioneer Mormon gristmill, in City Creek Canyon near Salt Lake City
(Utah State Historical Society.)
3:03:06: Welfare Square

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Mormon Pioneers
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3:04:01: Clark Kelley Price's painting of a handcart train of pioneers crossing the plains
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3:04:02: Sutter's Mill, Coloma, California
3:04:03: San Bernadino
(Negative only)
1852.
3:04:04: Early day freight train
(Negative only)
3:04:05: Typical Pioneer stage coach
(Negative only)
3:04:06: Mormon camp
(Utah State Historical Society.)
3:04:07: Annual Conference, in camp on Mosquito Creek in Iowa
(Utah State Historical Society.)
3:04:08: Mormon handcraft train, 1856, as pictured by W. H. Jackson 1856
3:04:09: A Mormon Emigrant Train near Coalville 1865.
3:04:10: Mormon colonization party assembling prior to the departure for southern Utah
(L.D.S. Church Historian's Office.)
early 1860's
3:04:11: The United States expedition to Utah.
3:04:12: Emigrant enroute to Utah in the early 1860's, as depicted by W. H. Jackson
3:04:13: Mormons working on the Transcontinental Telegraph Line
3:04:14: Mormon converts on their way to Salt Lake City, from Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper 29 Jan. 1870
3:04:15: "Remembrances of my boyhood: Our Coming to Zion"- from a painting by Samuel Jepperson
3:04:16: Emigrants crossing the Plains, from a painting by W. H. Jackson
3:04:17: Mormons crossing the Mississippi on ice.
3:04:18: Mormon Family, Great Salt Lake valley. Photo by A. J. Russell
3:04:19: Crossing the Mississippi River on ice.
3:04:20: 1849 sketch of Sutter's Mill at Coloma, California, by William R. Hutton

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Early photos of the Salt Lake Valley
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3:05:01: The Salt Lake Theatre, completed in
(L.D.S. Church Historian's Office.)
1862
3:05:02: Mormon stores, Salt Lake City
Photo by W. H. Jackson.
1869
3:05:03: Tabernacle, S.L.C., Utah
3:05:04: House and harem of Brigham Young
3:05:05: Z.C.M.I., Salt Lake City, Utah
Photo by C. R. Savage. (L.D.S. Church Historian's Office.)
ca. 1886.
3:05:06: Great Salt Lake City and Valley, looking South
(L.D.S. Church Historian's Office.)
1865
3:05:07: The Mormon Pavilion at Saltair
3:05:08: Early Mormon Co-operative, Zion's Co-operative Mercantile Institiution
(L.D.S. Church Historian's Office.)
3:05:09: Salt Lake City streetcars in the 1880's.
3:05:10: Salt Lake Business Street 1864
3:05:11: Man looking out over a town
3:05:12: An unidentified town
3:05:13: Another town, mountains in background.

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Salt Lake City , 1868-1894
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3:06:01: Front page of the Deseret News June 15, 1850
3:06:02: A town
3:06:03: First ZCMI 1869 with a band of Piute indians on their way to Corinne for a pow-wow
3:06:04: Pres. Brigham's property and City Creek Canyon
D. H. Well's home; Historian's office; Squire's barbershop; In the back: Lion House, Beehive house, and B. Y. School.
1872
3:06:05: A Mormon cooperative store in Lehi, Utah ca. 1870
3:06:06: Presisent Brigham Young's property, and City Creek Canyon
(Same as 3:06:04.)
1872
3:06:07-08: First bicycle made in Utah by Silver Bros 1872
3:06:09-10: Salt Lake Theatre 1868
3:06:11: Salt Lake Theatre, built in 1862
L.D.S. Archives.
3:06:12: Salt Lake Theatre 1868
3:06:13: City Hall GSLC 1869.
3:06:14: The Gardo House (Amelia's Palace) ca. 1894
3:06:15: Salt Lake Theatre 1868
3:06:16: Old Salt Lake Theatre ca. 1894
3:06:17: The Lion House, and B. Y. Wall ca. 1894
3:06:18: Street view of Salt Lake City, U. S. Geological survey
Photo by W. H. Jackson.
1869.
3:06:19: The Eagle Gate ca. 1894
3:06:20: Fort Kearny
3:06:21-22: Unloading goods for Walker Bros 1868
3:06:23: Main Street 1868.
3:06:24: Old Council house
(L.D.S. Archives.)
1870.
3:06:25: Main St 1868
3:06:26: Adobe home with frame added later typical of
Fay H. Johnson.
late 1880's
3:06:27: Wells Fargo & Co. stables 1868.

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Salt Lake City
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3:07:01: Temporary headquarters of the church at Provo, Utah, during the move south in 1858.
3:07:02: St. George Temple
3:07:03: Farmington, Utah, as seen from the Wasatch Mountains 1896
3:07:04: Salt Lake City, 1869. Photo by A. J. Russell
3:07:05: Great Salt Lake City, the Jordon Valley, and the Oquirrh Mountains
W. H. Jackson, U. S. Geological Survey.
1869
3:07:06: Great Salt Lake City, U. S. Geological survey
Photo by W. H. Jackson.
1869.
3:07:07: Salt Lake City
3:07:08: Salt Lake City Temple
3:07:09: Salt Lake City Temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
3:07:10: Church office buildings
3:07:11: Salt Lake City Temple and Tabernacle.

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L.D.S. Church buildings
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3:08:01: Salt Lake City Temple
3:08:02: Tithing laborers at the granite quarry in Cottonwood Canyon
3:08:03: General Tithing Office and Store, Salt Lake City 1856
3:08:04: Tabernacle under construction
(Utah State Historical Society.)
ca. 1864
3:08:05: Deseret Store, S.L.C., Utah 1865
3:08:06: Tithing office corner, S.L.C., Utah ca. 1885
3:08:07: Salt Lake City and the Mormon Tabernacle, U. S. Geographical Survey
Photo by W. H. Jackson.
1869
3:08:08: Utah Power & Light Co., Pioneer station, Ogden, Utah
3:08:09: First Mormon Tabernacle
3:08:10: Old L.D.S. Tabernacle. (Utah State Historical Society.)
3:08:11: First L.D.S. Tabernacle

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Salt Lake City
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3:09:01: George H. Dern, Governor of Utah from 1924-1932
3:09:02: Steiner Company, American Linen Supply, men looking at display 17 Nov. 1966
3:09:03: Manager's meeting 18 June 1968.
3:09:04: Man standing next to bathroom fixtures, towel dispenser, air freshner, etc
3:09:05: Outside KZN radio station, William Jennings Bryon, Nathan O. Fullmer, Mrs. D. C. Dunbarn, Mrs. L.L. Collier, Dan B. Sheild, Mrs. B.W. Musser, E.S. Woodruff, R.F. Homer 25 Oct. 1922.
3:09:06: Salt Lake City Main Street
3:09:07: Salt Lake City Main Street
Photo by C. R. Savage.
ca. 1900.
3:09:08: Salt Lake City Main Street
3:09:09: Salt Lake City South Temple Street
3:09:10: South Temple Street March 1902
3:09:11: Alta Club, 100 E. So. Temple
3:09:12: American Linen Supply Co
3:09:13: American Linen Laundry interior
3:09:14: Aerial view of a farm in Utah, Utah Tourist & Publicity Council. Photo by Hal Rumel

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Army trains en route to Utah, 1857-1858
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3:10:01: Government train en route to Utah, 1858, from an illustration in Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 8 Jan. 1859
3:10:02: An Army train crossing the plains, 1857, from Harper's Weekly, 24 April 1858
3:10:03: Triumphal passage of United Stated troops through Salt Lake City, 1858, from T. B. H. Stenhouse, The Rocky Mountain Saints

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Tithing scripts, deeds, and currency
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3:11:01-02: One of the first titles or deeds to city lots in Salt Lake City, 1848, from The Juvenile Instructor 15 Feb. 1894
3:11:03: Kirtland Bank bill issued by Joseph Smith in 1837 and reissued by Brigham Young in the Salt Lake Valley in 1849.
3:11:04: Photostat of Mormon currency issued at the conclusion of the Utah War
3:11:05: Mormon Tithing scrip: Obverse 1895
3:11:06: L.D.S. Tithing scrip: Reverse 1895.
3:11:07: Tithing receipt, Samuel Nelsen 1869
3:11:08: Tithing receipt 1906
3:11:09: Deseret Currency Association, $1 currency, 1858
3:11:10: $2 currency to N. K. Whitney, by Brigham Young, 1849
3:11:11: Early Mormon coins, bears "Holiness to the Lord" in the Deseret Alphabet, 1860

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Promontory, Utah, Rail Road, 1869
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3:12:01: End of the track near Promontory, Utah April 1869
3:12:02: Central Pacific locomotive near Promontory, Utah 9 May 1869
3:12:03: Union Pacific officials and army guard standing in front of Union Pacific locomotive 119, at driving of last spike ceremony, Promontory, Utah 10 May 1869.
3:12:04: The original Gold Spike of the nation's first transcontinental railroad. "The Last Spike" is now on display at Stanford University
3:12:05: Gov. Leland Stanford's special train enroute to the "last spike" celebration at Promontory, is photographed at Monument May 8 or 9, 1869
3:12:06: Camp "Victory" for the Central Pacific construction forces 28 April 1869
3:12:07: Sign in Utah, near Promontory, marking eastern end of the 10 mile section of track laid in one day, 28 April 1869. Photo taken before track was removed in 1927
3:12:08: Driving of Last Spike ceremony, Chief Engineers G. M. Dodge (Union Pacific) and S. S. Montague (Central Pacific) are shaking hands 10 May 1869,
3:12:09: Terrace, Utah 1880
3:12:10: Terrace, Utah 1875.

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Union and Central Pacific Railroads
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3:13:01: Utah Central Railroad station
(Utah State Historical Society.)
3:13:02: Copy of sketch from Union Pacific Historical Museum
3:13:03: Trestle over Weber River entering Ogden
(Utah State Historical Society.)
1876.
3:13:04: Construction on the Union Pacific Railroad.
3:13:05: Surveying under difficulties, Uintah Mountains
3:13:06: Union Pacific Construction Train, 1868
3:13:07: Mormon laborers assisting with the construction of the Union Pacific Railroad. (Utah Historical Society.)
3:13:08: 1st engine to run on Union Central Railroad.
3:13:09: One of the construction trains used by the Casement brothers in the laying of track

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Misc. Maps- Utah History
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3:14:01: Map of Dixie mission
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3:14:02: Central Utah project
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3:14:03: Utah mineral production 1959
3:14:04: Utah's metallic minerals
3:14:05: Utah's non-metallic minerals
3:14:06: Utah's mineral fuels
3:14:07: State of Utah map
3:14:08: State of Deseret and Territory of Utah, 1848-1851
3:14:09: Utah map, showing the proposed State of Deseret, 1849 and later reductions 1850-1868
3:14:10: Plan of the City of Zion, 1833, showing the basic plan according to which most Mormon villages in the Midwest and Far west are settled
(L.D.S. Historian's Office. )
3:14:11 : New mining map of Utah 1871

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Kennicot, Utah Copper mine and industry
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3:15:01: Magna Concentrator
Photo by Hal Rumel.
3:15:02: Arthur Concentrator
Photo by Hal Rumel.
1962.
3:15:03: Refinery
Photo by Hal Rumel.
1962
3:15:04: Garfield before it was demolished
3:15:05: Kennicot open pit mine. Photo by Hal Rumel.
3:15:06: Research center. Photo by Hal Rumel.
3:15:07: Utah Copper mine, Bingham Canyon
3:15:08: View of Utah Copper, when first steam shovel was started August 1906

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3:16:01: Bureau of Reclamation model of Northern Utah

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Agriculture
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3:17:01-02: U and I sheep
3:17:03: Cows from Cache Valley
3:17:04: Toppinash, Washington, sugar beet factory, piles of beets
3:17:05: Utah Idaho Sugar Co. equipment
3:17:06: Harvesting sugar beets mechanically in the Columbia Basin 1952
3:17:07: Collecting eggs from hens

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3:18:01: A Utah power plant in the 1950s

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3:19:01: A pencil sketch of Charlie Redd

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Cache Valley History
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3:20:01-07: Farm equipment
3:20:08: Brigham Young College, Logan
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3:20:08a: View of Logan from Agricultural College
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3:20:09: View of Logan
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3:20:10: Logan, Main and Center streets 1915
3:20:11: Utah Agricultural College
3:20:12: Home in Mendon, Cache Valley, Utah
3:20:13: Building on fire

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Utah History, Tooele ordinance Depot
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3:21:01: People working
3:21:02: View of the USAR troop training entrance at Tooele Ordinance Depot
3:21:03-04: Man by tractor in a snow storm
3:21:05: Pounding in stakes for the R.R. tracks

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3:22:01-05: Utah History- Strawberry Valley Project

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Photos from Arrington's Water for Urban Reclamation; The Provo River Project.
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3:23:01: Men fishing in the Provo River
3:23:02: Sheep grazing
3:23:03: Man holding a stringer of fish
3:23:04: A boy and girl holding fish
3:23:05: A bridge
3:23:06: Aerial view of buildings, by the water
3:23:07: Inside a water or power plant
3:23:08-09: Aerial view of land and water

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Newton Dam and community canals
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3:24:01: Cooperatively built community canal in Utah.
3:24:02: Cooperatively built community canal and road, Spanish Fork, Utah
3:24:03: Various negatives of the Newton dam

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From Nevada history files
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3:25:01: Lt. Gov. & Mrs. Myron Leavitt
3:25:02: Call's Landing
(L.D.S. Church Archives.)
ca. 1920.
3:25:03: Reeses station, Nevada

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Great Depression and the New Deal
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3:26:01: Aerial view - Big Creek No. 1, C.C.C. Camp
3:26:02: City Hall, Tooele, Utah, built by W.P.A
3:26:03: Town hall, Layton, Utah, built by W.P.A
3:26:04: Looking south, Plancor 921, Defence Plant Corp., R.F.C., Salt Lake City, Utah
3:26:05: Brick kiln, from Plancor 855, Defense Plant Corp., R.F.C., Lehi, Utah
3:26:06: General view, Iron Mountain, Utah, from Plancor 301, Brocure "B", Defence Plant Corp., R.F.C
3:26:07: General view, Alumino Plant, from Planco 291, Defence Plant Corp., R.F.C., Salt Lake City, Utah
3:26:08: General view, Quarry, Iron Mountain, Utah, from Plancor 301, Brochure "B", Defence Plant Corp., R.F.C
3:26:09: General southern view, Coal Mine. Various locations in Utah
3:26:10: Coke ovens- general view- looking north, Ironton, Utah
3:26:11: Transfer house and conveyor at coal mine, Geneva Steel Plant
3:26:12: Blast furnace plant- general view, Ironton, Utah
3:26:13: Monticello, Utah
3:26:14: Ski shelter, Alta, Salt Lake Co., Utah, built by W.P.A
3:26:15: W.P.A. Orchestra of Utah
3:26:16: Public safety building, Cedar City, constructed by W.P.A
3:26:17: Junior high school, Slaterville, Utah, Constructed by W.P.A
3:26:18: Greenhouse at the University of Utah, constructed by W.P.A
3:26:19: Library at Kanab, Utah, constructed by W.P.A.
3:26:20: Track and grandstand at the county fairgrounds, Beaver, Utah, constructed by W.P.A
3:26:21: City Hall, Ephraim, Utah, constructed by W.P.A.
3:26:22: Party observing work of C.C.C. enrollees at Camp 1507, near Vernal, Utah
3:26:23: Pioneer Museum at Provo, Utah, constructed by W.P.A
3:26:24: Underground view of uranium mine near Moab, Utah 1950's
3:26:25: Grade school at Modena, Utah, constructed by W.P.A
3:26:26: Municipal power plant at Murray, Utah, constructed by W.P.A
3:26:27: Beaker of uranium oxide ready for refining by mill at Monticello
3:26:28: Construction of bachelor's quarters by National Youth Administration (N.Y.A.) students attending the College of Southern Utah, Cedar City
3:26:29: Construction of Jordan High School Trades and Industrial Arts building by N.Y.A. help
3:26:30: Charles Steen cabin at Moab, Utah
Sons are about to leave on a horseback ride.
1950's
3:26:31: Mr. & Mrs. Jack Turner mark the location of an uranium mine in eastern Utah 1950's
3:26:32: Uranium prospector buys geiger counter, Moab, Utah 1950's
3:26:33: N.Y.A. class on radio mechanics in Utah late 1930's
3:26:34: Congested classroom in Moab, Utah, during the uranium boom of the 1950's
3:26:35: Community Hall, Elsinore, Utah, constructed by W.P.A
3:26:36: Cut-stone retaining wall at the University of Utah erected by W.P.A
3:26:37: Bridge at Denmark, Utah, constructed by W.P.A.
3:26:38: Fish hatchery at Midway, Utah, constructed by W.P.A
3:26:39: Log drift fence in the Powell National Forest, constructed by W.P.A
3:26:40: Cobblestone retaining wall in Salt Lake City, constructed by W.P.A
3:26:41: Court house, Loa, Utah, constructed by W.P.A.
3:26:42: Children's wading pool at Liberty Park, S.L.C., constructed by W.P.A

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Topaz
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3:27:01-08: Sumida
3:27:09: Mormon Emigrant Train enroute to Utah, in Echo Canyon
(L.D.S. Historian's Office.)
1866.
3:27:10: View of Topaz from the east towards the south.
(Negative only)
3:27:11: B. & W. illustration of a sandstorm
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3:27:12: B. & W. illustration of gathering sticks
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3:27:13: Illustration of guard at gate
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3:27:14: Gathering together
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3:27:15: Cafeteria
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3:27:16: Classroom of people, and aerial view of buildings
(Negatives only.)
3:27:17: Southeast section of Topaz, farmers and people looking over land
(Negatives only.)
3:27:18: Section of land to be used for farming, workers clearing fields
(Negatives only.)
3:27:19: Getting on bus and making mochi
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3:27:20: Students waiting for assembly meeting Topaz High School, and young children in circle with teacher
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3:27:21: Photo #210-G-4E-13 in the National Archives.
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3:27:22: Photo # 210-CT-305 in the National Archives
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3:27:23: Photo # 210-G-4E-10 in the National Archives.
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3:27:24: Photo # 210-CT-210 in the National Archives
(Negatives only.)
3:27:25: Photo #210-CT-186 in the National Archives
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3:27:26: "Christmas," B. & W. illustration by Wanda Robertson
(Negative only)
3:27:27: "Packing it up again," and "Jammed into trains, moved inland," B. & W. illustrations
(Negatives only.)
3:27:28: "Public Washroom," B. & W. illustration by Wanda Robertson
(Negatives only.)
3:27:29: "Crowded Christmas," "Victory gardens," and "Public showers," B. & W. illustrations
3:27:30: "Japanese people carted off to custody," "Tanforan race track," and "Horse stalls cleaned for human use," B. & W. illustrations
3:27:31: "The Rabble rouser," "The Americanization classes," and "The loyal Evacuee," B. & W. illustrations
3:27:32: Fields of vegetables, Utah
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3:27:33: Project area
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3:27:34: Relocation
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3:27:35: Map of Central Utah, location of War Relocation Center
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3:27:36: Guard on duty in watch tower at Tanforan Assembly Center
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3:27:37: In the strawberry patch, Wada, founder of colony, talks things over with the superintendent of a neighborhood.
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3:27:38: Map of Tanforan
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3:27:39: Tanforan Assembly Center
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3:28:01-11: Unidentified photos and negatives

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3:29:01: Wellsville, Zial Riggs Home
Ensign cover. (Negative only.)
Feb. 1980
3:29:02-03: Daughters of Utah Pioneers monument # 322 Logan's Hydro- Electric Plant. Photo taken by Milton R. Berntson 28 Sept. 1971
3:29:04: Fourth Ward Store, man and girl standing outside store
3:29:05: William Decker, The Lundberg Sealer Co. scale

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4:01:01: Shivwits Indians being baptized in Southern Utah

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4:02:01: C.R. Savage Lithographs: views of Utah 1887

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General Authorities of The Church of Jesus Christ of Later Day Saints
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4:03:01: David O. McKay
4:03:02: ElRay L. Christiansen
4:03:03: Sterling W. Sill
4:03:04: William H. Bennett
4:03:05: Alma Sonne
4:03:06: David B. Haight
4:03:07: Paul H. Dunn
4:03:08: Alvin R. Dyer
4:03:09: Gordon B. Hinckley
4:03:10: Marion D. Hanks
4:03:11: LeGrand Richards
4:03:12: Thomas S. Monson
4:03:13: Howard W. Hunter
4:03:14: Marvin J. Ashton
4:03:15: Boyd K. Packer
4:03:16: H. Burke Peterson
4:03:17: Robert L. Simpson
4:03:18: Spencer W. Kimball

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4:04:01: Memorial site of the Mormon Battalion in Colorado

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Plans for the Salt Lake City Tabernacle
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4:05:01-11: Photographs and drawings of plans for building the L.D.S. Tabernacle in Salt Lake City

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L.D.S. Temples
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4:06:01: Photo of Salt Lake City Temple in the middle surrounded by smaller temple photos of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Oakland, California- Manti, Utah- London, England- Cardston, Alberta, Canada- Laie, Hawaii- Ogden, Utah- St. George, Utah- Bern, Switzerland- Logan, Utah- Provo, Utah- Los Angeles, California- Mesa, Arizona- Idaho Falls, Idaho- and Temple View, New Zealand are the other temples in the photo
4:06:02: Washington D. C. Temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints

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L.D.S. History/ General Authorities
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4:07:01-03: Joseph Fielding Smith
4:07:04: Joseph Fielding Smith presiding at the 141st Annual General Conference for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
4:07:05-09: Joseph Fielding Smith
4:07:10 : President Spencer W. Kimball
4:07:11: President Marion G. Romney
4:07:12: N. Eldon Tanner
4:07:13: President Harold B. Lee
4:07:14: N. Eldon Tanner, President Spencer W. Kimball, and Marion G. Romney

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From Book of Mormon files
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4:08:01: Slides of the Keumgangkyeong-pan, description available
4:08:02: Kinderhook Plates File with other misc. church topics
4:08:03: Characters on one side of transcript "discovered" by Mark Hoffman
4:08:04: Statement signed Joseph Smith Jr. on another side of transcript "discovered" by Mark Hoffman
4:08:05-06: An article written to the editor of the Times and Seasons called "A Brief Account of the Discovery ot the Brass Plates," 1843. Reproduced by Ariel Davis, 8 Jan. 1973, Broadside, Ca
4:08:07: An article written to the editor of the Times and Seasons called "Fac-simile of the Brass Plates," Reproduced by Ariel Davis, 8 Jan. 1973, as part of Three Nights of Discussions by John Taylor, also bound with book: Mormon Pamphlets by Orson Pratt, 1851
4:08:08: The Deseret News. Fac Simile of the Plates, Reproduced by Ariel Davis, 8 Jan. 1973, as part of Joseph Smith History

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4:09:01-4:09:03: Friends of Arrington from the Church History Organization

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Arrington family
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4:10:01: Front yard of the Arrington family house
Included in the image: "Back row, left to Right, Leonard, Grampa Lee Roy, Madison, Edna Grace, marie, uncle Bruce, Grandma Prascilla Jane, Front Row Left to Right, Kenneth, Wayne, Doris, Donald, Ralph, and Ross.
1935
4:10:02: Arrington portrait, no date or names available
4:10:03: Leonard Arrington and siblings including Kenneth, Wayne, Ralph, Don, Ross, Marie, Lee Roy, and Dodie. ca. 1980

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4:11:01: Ralph Arrington as a little boy
4:11:02: Leonard J. and Grace, family meeting, S.L.C., Utah
4:11:03: Professor Arrington and Harriet
4:11:04: Mrs. Schneler and the prize Two, Grace and Susan Arrington 1969

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4:12:01: Susan Madsen
4:12:02: Arrington family home in Twin Falls
4:12:03: Louise F. Haight Harris, Leonard Arrington, California 13 Jan. 1973
4:12:04: Unidentified man
4:12:05: Arrington home
4:12:06: Susan Arrington Madsen and daughter Emily looking out over the water in Ireland 1979
4:12:07: Leonard and Grace with children (Susan, James, and Carl) in a family portrait
4:12:08: Older lady
4:12:09: Arrington family dressed for Christmas Nativity in Logan 1954
4:12:10: Leonard J. Arrington
4:12:11: Leonard Arrington with 2 women
4:12:12: Arrington dictating Sec. 121 in the Doctrine and Covenants to the Prophet Joseph Smith in a pageant

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4:13:01-4:13:04: Leonard Arrington's home in Logan, 754 North 500 East

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4:14:01-4:14:04: Images include Edna Corn Arrington, Priscilla Brisendine Arrington, Noa Wesley Arrington, and Bruce Arrington

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4:15:01: Thomas G. Alexander; Correspondant
4:15:02: Minerva Merium Rich Woolley
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4:15:03: Kenneth Rich Woolley, Roland Rich Woolley, Ernest Rich Woolley, Hyrum Smith Woolley, Hyrum Smith Woolley Jr
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4:15:04: Roland Rich Woolley in the Tournament of Rose Parade
(Negative only)
1 Jan. 1940
4:15:05: John R. T. Hughes

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4:16:01-4:16:02: Miscellaneous unidentified

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4:17:01-03: Uncle Jake, 99 yrs. old, and Aunt Pearl

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4:18:01-02: Portraits of Callie B. Arrington (Aunt Callie.)

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Portraits collected by Leonard's mother
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4:19:01-03: Edna Corn Arrington
4:19:04: Edna Grace Corn Arrington's mother and father, James Corn, and Florence Elizabeth Kelso Corn
4:19:05: Slides of the Munich Olympics

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4:20:01-06: Susan Arrington Madsen family including daughters Emily, Sara, Rebecca

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Baptist church, a school in Lilesville, North Carolina (from Arrington's memoirs.)
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4:21:01: Lilesville Baptist church
4:21:02: Lilesville School, Lilesville, North Carolina. It was the first all fire-proof school in the U. S

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4:22:01: A Christmas picture put on Arrington's Christmas card, from church History Division

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4:23:01: James Arrington family includes Lisa and Susannah
4:23:02-03: Jason Arrington Christmas 1985

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4 24
4:24:01-4:24:15: Leonard J. Arrington portraits

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4:25:01-4:25:02: Leonard Arrington and Davis Bitton

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4:26:01-4:26:20: Utah State University L.D.S. stakes, activities and buildings
(Negatives available.)
1950s

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Wayne Arrington
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4:27:01: L. Hasmer painting, Cobblestone Gallery, Volcano, California Aug. 1969
4:27:02: Hallway of gallery # 74
4:27:03: Wayne Arrington at the Cobblestone Gallery, Volcano, California Aug. 1969
4:27:04: Wayne Arrington family by Calaver big trees, above Murphy, California Aug. 1969
4:27:05: Wayne Tieband painting, and John Jagger Hawk sculpture Jan. 1970

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Wayne Arrington, 1943-1951
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4:28:01: Wayne and Carl Wayne
4:28:02: Wayne and Leonard Arrington in Oran, Algeria 1944
4:28:03: N. W. Farm, Addison Ave, Twin Falls, Idaho Sept. 1952
4:28:04-06: Wayne Arrington when visiting Grace Arrington, Old Castle, North Carolina 1943
4:28:07: Wayne in military uniform 1944
4:28:08: Wayne's 1951 Graduation from USAC, Logan, Utah.

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Wayne Arrington vacation snapshots
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4:29:01: About 50 plus Gold Finches in back yard Feb. 1990
4:29:02: O'Toale's Tulijus back yard March 1990
4:29:03: White Pelicans off the deck of the board house, Bodega Bay Oct. 1990
4:29:04: Frozen lake in Sacramento, California 1 Jan. 1991
4:29:05: Rare snow plant along Highway 49 east of Sienna City, California June 1991
4:29:06-08: Historic Stamp mill at Kentucky mine, Sienna City, California June 1991
4:29:09: Canada Place, Vancouver, B. C 3 Aug. 1990
4:29:10: Artist and the Pacific Coast from Badega Head 17 Oct. 1990
4:29:11: Sitka 28 July 1990
4:29:12: Endicott Arm 30 July 1990
4:29:13: Waterfall on the way to Juneau 30 July 1990
4:29:14: Ice sculpture ot the Grand Buffet aboard Crystal Harmony
4:29:15: Totems over 200 years old, Museum in Wrangell
4:29:16: Welcoming dancers at Wrangell, Alaska
4:29:17: Recording the sights in Juneau 30 July 1990
4:29:18: AWA & RKO all dressed up for the Captain's Farewell party
4:29:19: Juneau skyline 30 July 1990.
4:29:20: Heading into Juneau 30 July 1990

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4:30:01: Keith O'Toole, Wayne Arrington's partner.
4:30:02-05: Wayne at home in Sacramento
4:30:06: Ross, Wayne, and Richard
4:30:07: Gilgal Salt Lake City Aug. 1992
4:30:08: Tombstone, Logan Cemetery Aug. 1992
4:30:09: C. W. Arrington
4:30:10: Armor chain of mail, Twin Falls 1992
4:30:11: Close up of an animal with a tagged ear
4:30:12: Leonard J. Arrington, Hogle Zoo, Salt Lake City
4:30:13: Birthday bubbles, Larchmont, New York, 20 Sept 1992
4:30:14: Kagyu Thubten Choling, Wapping Falls, NY 1992
4:30:15: Logan Cemetery Aug. 1992
4:30:16: Storm gull, Larchmont, New York 1992
4:30:17: Di at the Met, N.Y.C June 1992
4:30:18: CWA desk, Sept. 1992, Larchmont, New York
4:30:19-20: Melrose after the riots, Los Angeles, California May 1992
4:30:21: Sidelined Arrington, on a cold soccer day, Larchmont Oct. 1992
4:30:22: Birthday cake, 9 years Sept. 20, 1992
4:30:23: Alexis and Olivia eating ice cream
4:30:24: C. W.'s wife Chris, Larchmont, New York 20 Sept. 1992
4:30:25: Bud & Marie
4:30:26: Pap Le Roy
4:30:27: Mary D
4:30:28: John Wilson, Mary D.'s husband
4:30:29: Ross & Wayne
4:30:30: Ross, Wayne, and Richard Arrington
4:30:31: Canada Geese, Larchmont May 1992
4:30:32: Family reunion 1984
4:30:33: Wayne Arrington, California 1981

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Postcards
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4:31:01: Pioneer Mother Monument, Kansas City, Missouri.
4:31:02: An aqueduct that carried the Erie Canal over Ganargua Creek on the western edge of the village of Palmyra
4:31:03: Main St. Palmyra
4:31:04: Wisconsin's state Capitol in Madison
4:31:05: A picture of a painting by the cowboy artist L. H. Dude Larsen
4:31:06: Cotton Blossoms
4:31:07: A picture of a painting by the cowboy artist L. H. Dude Larsen
4:31:08: Arizona's National monuments
4:31:09: Model of King Solomon's Temple
4:31:10-11: Prophet Joseph Smith Memorial, Sharon, Vermont.
4:31:12: Jailor's bedroom, Carthage Jail, Carthage, Illinois
4:31:13: Prophet Joseph Smith Memorial, Sharon, Vermont.
4:31:14: Old Carthage Jail visitors center
4:31:15: Texas
4:31:16: L.D.S. Temple, Salt Lake City Utah
4:31:17: Prophet Joseph Smith Memorial, Sharon, Vermont
4:31:18: South Royalton Branch, New England Missions, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
4:31:19: Church building for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Palmyra, NY
4:31:20: Joseph Smith, Nauvoo Mansion
4:31:21: Seventies Hall, Nauvoo, Illinois
4:31:22-23: Prophet Joseph Smith Memorial, Sharon, Vermont
4:31:24: Wilford Woodruff home, Nauvoo, Illinois.
4:31:25: Brigham Young home, Nauvoo, Illinois.
4:31:26: Promised Valley Musical
4:31:27: Hill Cumorah Pageant
4:31:28: Statue of Moroni, Hill Cumorah
4:31:29: The Sacred Grove
4:31:30: Joseph Smith's boyhood home
4:31:31: Information center at Hill Cumorah
4:31:32: Western Presbyterian Church, Palmyra, NY
4:31:33: Old Carthage Jail
4:31:34: A running horse
4:31:35: Aerial view Salt Lake City, Utah
4:31:36-45: Various scenes from the Hill Comorah pageant.
4:31:46-49: Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Temple, Independence, Missouri
4:31:50-51: The auditorium of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Independence, Missouri
4:31:52: Royals Stadium
4:31:53: George Washington's view
4:31:54: Postcards from Our Gift of Love, and Postmarked From the Heart.

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4 32
4:32:01-4:32:03: Unidentified

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From Richard Beck File, Dec. 7, 1982
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4 33
4:33:01-4:33:02: Guest cottage, in envelope w/letter from Richard F. Beck Sr. & Bette Burke Beck

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From Richard Beck File, December 2, 1982
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4 34
4:34:01-4:34:02: Two unidentified photos that were in an envelope with a Christmas card that year

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Portraits of L.D.S. Church leaders
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5 1
5:01:01: Moses Thatcher
5:01:02: Moses Thatcher
5:01:03-04: Heber C. Kimball
5:01:05: Ezra Taft Benson
5:01:06: Orson Hyde
5:01:07: Hyrum Smith
5:01:08-10: Wilford Woodruff
5:01:11-12: Lorenzo Snow
5:01:13-14: Erastus Snow
5:01:15-16: Jedediah Grant
5:01:17: George Albert Smith
5:01:18: Joseph F. Smith

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Miscellaneous L.D.S. Church leaders
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5 2
5:02:01: Portrait of church leaders, some names are on back
5:02:02: Officers of the Deseret Sunday School Union.
5:02:03: General officers and Stake Superintendents Feb. 1900

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5 3
5:03:01: Group portrait of Elizabeth Ann Whitney, Emmeline B. Wells, and Eliza R. Snow

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From Arrington's Mormon History Topics
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5:04:01: Andrew Jenson
5:04:02: Unidentified man, possibly a church authority
5:04:03: Star Valley Tabernacle, Afton, Wyoming, ca 1911
5:04:04: Afton, Wyoming, looking north ca. 1911
5:04:05: Wilhelm Wyl

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5 5
5:05:01: Portrait of Susan Grant

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5 6
5:06:01: Franklin Lorenzo Richards West
5:06:02: Cabinet card of Philip and Rosalind Banerofs September 1884

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5 7
5:07:01: General Burnside
5:07:02: Seargant Frank M. Caldwell 19 May 1880
5:07:03: Miss Weller
5:07:04: President Andrew Johnson
5:07:05: Miss Carrie Eveline Weller
5:07:06: Palmerston
5:07:07: Louisa Comstock
5:07:08: Louisa Weller Caldwell 19 May 1880
5:07:09: Thowig V. Holland
5:07:10: Samuel Marsh 29 Sept. 1883
5:07:11: Earl Russell
5:07:12: Rouigina Schroeder
5:07:13: Mrs. R. H. Dewey
5:07:14: Earl Derby
5:07:15: Mr. Gladstone
5:07:16: Nelsen Dewey
5:07:17: Ophelia Young
5:07:18: Thomas O'Neil
5:07:19: William Richards

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Tin-Types
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5:08:01-02: Unidentified woman
5:08:03: Two unidentified women
5:08:04: Unidentified child
5:08:05: Two unidentified men, taken fall of 1875

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Cabinet cards
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5:09:01: Unidentified woman
5:09:02: Unidentified baby
5:09:03: Two unidentified women
5:09:04: Unidentified little girl
5:09:05: Unidentified woman
5:09:06: Two unidentified children in a buggy
5:09:07: Unidentified little girl
5:09:08-10: Unidentified woman

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Carte de Visite
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5:10:01: Unidentified man
5:10:02: Unidentified man
5:10:03: Unidentified woman
5:10:04: Unidentified girl
5:10:05: Unidentified man
5:10:06: Unidentified woman
5:10:07: Unidentified woman
5:10:08: Unidentified woman
5:10:09: Unidentified woman and baby
5:10:10: Unidentified woman
5:10:11: Unidentified man

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Carte de Visite
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5:11:01: Unidentified man and woman
5:11:02: Unidentified little girl
5:11:03-05: Unidentified woman
5:11:06: Unidentified man
5:11:07: Unidentified family
5:11:08: Unidentified man and woman
5:11:09-10: Unidentified woman
5:11:11: Unidentified man
5:11:12: Unidentified girl on her 16th birthday 5 March 1874
5:11:13: Unidentified man
5:11:14: Unidentified man and woman

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Unprocessed Box
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Subjects

    • Personal Names :
    • Arrington, Leonard J.--Photograph collections.
    • Arrington, Leonard J.--Portraits.
    • Family Names :
    • Arrington family--Portraits.
    • Personal Names :
    • Redd, Charlie, 1889-1975--Portraits.
    • Rich, Charles C. (Charles Coulson), 1809-1883--Portraits.
    • Silver, H. F.--Portraits.
    • Smith, Emma Hale--Portraits.
    • Smith, Joseph, 1805-1844--Portraits.
    • Taylor, John, 1808-1887--Portraits.
    • Tracy, Russel Lord, 1860---Portraits.
    • Woolley, Edwin D. (Edwin Dilworth), 1807-1881--Portraits.
    • Young, Brigham, 1801-1877--Portraits.
    • Corporate Names :
    • Central Utah Relocation Center--Photographs.
    • Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints--Presidents--Portraits.
    • Utah-Idaho Sugar Company--Photographs.
    • Subject Terms :
    • Agriculture--Utah--Photographs.
    • Beet sugar industry--Utah--Photographs.
    • Frontier and pioneer life--Utah--Photographs.
    • Mormon Church--Presidents--Portraits.
    • Mormon pioneers--Utah--Portraits.
    • Form or Genre Terms :
    • Cartes-de-visite.
    • Salt Lake City (Utah)--History--Photographs.

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