Guide to the Frederick P. Champ photograph collection,
1896-1977

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Overview of the Collection

Creator: Champ, Frederick P. (Frederick Percival), 1896-1976.
Title: Frederick P. Champ photograph collection
Dates: 1896-1977 ( inclusive )
Quantity: 5 boxes (5.5 linear ft. )
Collection Number: USU_P0354
Summary: 328 photographs, slides, and postcards that document the life of Frederick P. Champ, his friends, and family. Included in the collection are photographs of political events in which Frederick P. Champ attended; Geneva Works and U.S. Steel Corporation; family vacations and clubs; the first Boy Scouts of America Troop of 1909; areas in and around Utah State University and Logan including aerial shots of the campus; Frederick P. Champ's Logan office at the Walker Bank & Trust Company and the Champ Investment Company; St. John's Episcopal Church; postcards from around the United States and the world; the construction of Hoover Dam in Nevada; World War II images, including a celebration of Allies' Day and July 4th (probably in Norway), and signed portraits of the 7th, 8th and 9th presidents of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Also included are pictures from Champ's participation in the Geneva Works NAS Denver Civilian Orientation Cruise with the Office of the Secretary of Defense, including a trip to Alaska. Some of the photographs have negatives.
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

Frederick Percival Champ was born June 4, 1896 in Salt Lake City, Utah, the son of George Herbert and Alla Dora Cochran Champ. He attended the New Jersey Academy, the Utah State Agricultural College (now Utah State University), St. Stephens School in Colorado Springs, and Harvard University. From 1917 to 1918, Frederick P. Champ served with the United States Food Administration as a Division Chief, and then with Near East Relief from 1918 to 1919. He also served on the Relief Commission to the Near East, Russia, and Armenia in 1919. He then returned to Logan to run the family businesses including the Utah Logan Mortgage Corporation and the Cache Valley Banking Company. In 1925, he became a member of the board of trustees of Utah State Agricultural College, serving in that capacity until 1941. In addition, he served as a member of the Salt Lake District Board of the United State Reconstruction Finance Corporation (1933-1940), chairman of the Governor's Advisory Committee on Public Welfare and Emergency Relief (1933-1934), chairman of the Utah State Board of Public Welfare (1935-1936), and chairman of the Governor's Committee on Emergency Distribution Waters of Bear River in Utah and Idaho (1934-1935).

Frederick P. Champ also served as a director for Utah, National Water Conservation Conference; Area Coordinator for United States Savings Bonds Division, U.S. Treasury Department; member of the executive committee of the Utah Centennial Commission; member of the Board of Governors and Farm Loan Committee, Mortgage Bankers of America; member of the Utah Bankers Association; member and co-chairman for Utah, National Probation and Parole Association; member, Utah State Highway Patrol Civil Service Commission; member of Utah's Committee on Fulbright Scholarship; director of the Salt Lake City Branch, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco; member of the America Arbitration Association and the National Reclamation Association. Vice President (1941), and Director (1942-1946) of the American Forestry Association; Vice President (1951-1952) and Director (1943-1951) of the United States Chamber of Commerce; President of the Executive Board of the Cache Valley Council, Boy Scouts of America (1940-1943); President of the Cache Valley Building Company; chairman of the Board of Commercial Security Bank; Vice President and Director of Walker Bank and Trust Company; Director of the Title Insurance Company of Boise, Idaho; Director of Investors Central Management Corporation of New York City; and President of the Logan Rotary Club. He was also awarded an honorary Doctor of Laws degree by Utah State University in 1954.

Frederick P. Champ married Frances Elizabeth Winton in Duluth Minnesota on December 29, 1921. They had three children, George Herbert "Herb", Mary Knox (Nielson), and Frederick Winton "Wint" Champ. George "Herb" Champ, took over the family business while Frederick "Wint" Champ served as Vice President. Frederick P. Champ retired in 1965 and passed away in March 1976. Frances E.W. Champ followed in death in August 1982. Herb Champ has continued to run the businesses for many years and resides in Logan (2006), Utah. Mary K.C. Nielson resides in Connecticut and Frederick "Wint" Champ passed away in 2001 while living in Salt Lake City.

Content Description

This photograph collection consists of 328 photographs and postcards that document the life of Frederick P. Champ as well as his friends and family. Included in the collection are: photographs of political events in which Frederick P. Champ attended; Geneva Works and U.S. Steel Corporation; family vacations and clubs; the first Boy Scouts of America Troop of 1909; areas in and around Utah State University and Logan including aerial shots of the campus; Frederick P. Champ's Logan office at the Walker Bank & Trust Company and the Champ Investment Company; St. John's Episcopal Church; postcards from around the United States and the world; the construction of Hoover Dam in Nevada; World War II images, and signed portraits of the 7th, 8th and 9th presidents of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Frederick P. Champ also participated in the Geneva Works NAS Denver Civilian Orientation Cruise with the Office of the Secretary of Defense, including a trip to Alaska.

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.

Permission to publish material from the Frederick P. Champ photograph collection must be obtained from the Special Collections Photograph Curator and/or the Special Collections Department Head.

Preferred Citation :  

Frederick P. Champ photograph collection, 1896-1977. (P0354). Utah State University. Special Collections & Archives Department.

Administrative Information

Arrangement :

Arrangement: Topical.

Acquisition Information :  

The photos in this collection were taken from material donated to USU Special Collections & Archives in various batches between 1977 and 1991 by Frederick P. Champ's widow, Frances E.W. Champ, and his three children.

Processing Note :  

The photographs in this collection were removed from boxes 10, 60, and 63 of MSS 130: The Champ Family Papers, and from MSS 50: Frederick P. Champ Papers. The photograph of Frederick P. Champ from P0170 was transferred into this collection. Register completed by Jessica Alexander, November 2006.

Related Materials :  

Champ family papersCOLL MS 130

Frederick P. Champ papersCOLL MS 50


Detailed Description of the Collection

01:01:01-03:   Unidentified man
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01:01:04-07:   First Boy Scout troop, 1909
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01:01:08:   Proof print, Frederick P. Champ(?)
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01:01:09-14:   Family photos (in 1900-1910 car) posing outside of home
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01:01:15-16:   Children in a camp , (1910s-1930s?)
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01:01:17:   Photo by flashlight in front of the fireplace of Pinecrest Inn
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01:01:18:   Hazel Ormond, the Champ's housekeeper, 1903-1960
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01:01:19:   Bushes and brush in unidentified area
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01:01:20:   Negative of the Logan 8th grade class, 1916
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01:01:21-22:   Landscape and railroad photos in Logan canyon
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01:01:23:   B.L. Richards and group, 1918-1920(?)
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01:01:24:   Photograph of a painting, Sutter's Saw Mill, April 1849
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01:01:25:   The Suspended Christ, unidentified church
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01:01:26:   View from outside an unidentified living room
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01:01:27:   Posed portrait of 5 young men
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01:01:28:   Looking up the wharf line of the Main St. Port, Valdez, Alaska
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01:01:29:   View of a river (Logan River?)
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01:01:30:   Posed portrait of 4 young men in tennis uniforms, ca. 1920s
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01:02:01:   Winton Champ and "Simon" the cat
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01:02:02:   J.T. May and Elizabeth(?) Champ, 1942
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01:02:03:   Frederick P. Champ and Frances Elizabeth Champ, 1960
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01:02:04:   Frederick P. Champ and Frances Elizabeth Champ with (unidentified woman), Las Vegas, 1965
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01:02:05:   Portrait of Helen Mae Adams, wife of George H. Champ
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01:02:06:   Portrait of Robert S. McQuarrie and wife, 1967
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01:02:07:   Portrait of unidentified young man
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01:02:08:   Photo postcard of unidentified young man
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01:02:09:   Portrait of unidentified man
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01:02:10:   Portrait of Dr. George Thomas, Professor of Economics, Utah Agricultural College
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01:02:11-13:   Unidentified proof portraits of a young woman sitting with a dog
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01:02:14:   Portrait of an unidentified man
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01:02:15:   Portrait of an unidentified man
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01:03:01-02:   Elizabeth Champ portraits
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01:04:01:   Geo Preston(?), Bill Cunniball(?), F.P. Champ, Erwin Idaho, July 19, 1936
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01:04:02:   Bill Cunniball(?), F.P. Champ, Geo Preston in the Grand Canyon of the Snake River, September 7, 1936
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01:04:03-04:   Group photos taken aboard the S.S. Santa Elena, March 21, 1937
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01:05:01:   Charles and Henrietta Winton, 1972
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01:05:02:   Charles and Henrietta Winton, (House of Riley?)
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01:05:03:   R.B. Money, Mark L. Money, Mary Jane Diton(?), 1960-61(?)
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01:05:04:   Champ Family crest
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01:05:05-06:   Photo cards of the Logan Temple, The Church of Jesus Chist of Ladder-day Saints
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01:05:07:   Photo card adverstisement for The Dixie Dobbs Ferry on the Hudson
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01:06:01-13:   American Kennel Club photographs of Perky III, the English Springer Spaniel of Frances W. Champ, 1969
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Allies' Day and 4th of July, (Norway?) , 1945
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1 7 01:07:01: U.S. troops passing in front of the palace steps, King Haakon taking the salute, Allies' Day
1 7 01:07:02: King Haakon makes a speech to participants in the parade from the steps in front of the palace. The representatives of the three largest allied nations stand to his rear, Sir Marshall, Sir Arthur Harris, General Ratov, and General Bradley, Allies' Day
1 7 01:07:03: Passing the reviewing stand. A member of the Norwegian Home Guard can be seen in the right foreground, he is wearing an armband with Norwegian colors, 4th of July
1 7 01:07:04: "Old Glory," 4th of July
1 7 01:07:05: Listening to the King's speech in front of the palace, Allies' Day
1 7 01:07:06: Going up Karl Johannes Gata, palace in background, reviewing stand on right, 4th of July
1 7 01:07:07: The parade is formed near the City Hall (in background), Allies' Day
1 7 01:07:08: The color guard, 4th of July
1 7 01:07:09: A display of Air Might and Ground Might, 4th of July
1 7 01:07:10: Three soldiers, Allies' Day
1 7 01:07:11: A woman with flowers approaching American troops coming up Karl Johannes Gata, the main street of Olso. Each pole lining the street is a tribute to an allied leader, either a statesman or a soldier (Olso University is in the background) Allies' Day
1 7 01:07:12: Unit of the 474th infantry wearing the "Eisenhower Jacket," 4th of July
1 7 01:07:13: The American Band, Allies' Day
1 7 01:07:14: General Summers leads the parade which is being reviewed by the Crown Prince, 4th of July
1 7 01:07:15: American troops pass under an appropriate sign enroute to the palace (in background), Allies' Day
1 7 01:07:16: Brig General Summers and Crown Prince Olav of Norway in the reviewing stand, 4th of July
1 7 01:07:17: The City Hall (on right), 4th of July

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Frankfurt, Germany, March 16, 1946

Sent from George Herbert Champ to F.P. Champ

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1 7 01:07:18: Graham Patton
1 7 01:07:19: Bill and Felix in front of Mess Hall, "Able" Barracks
1 7 01:07:20: Reichbank
1 7 01:07:21: Soldier in front of car
1 7 01:07:22: Bill Monroe, "Able" Barracks
1 7 01:07:23: Felix Ticineto, "Able" Barracks
1 7 01:07:24: Palmgarden American Red Cross Club

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West Point, New York
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1 7 01:07:25: Larry Mackusick Jr., taken in front of the Episcopal Chapel August 15, 1953
1 7 01:07:26: (L-R) Larry Mackusick Jr., Betty, Pinsie(?) August 1, 1953
1 7 01:07:27: Larry Mackusick Jr. and Father August 1953
1 7 01:07:28: Review at West Point August 15, 1953

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01:07:29:   Arch and Betty, Malden Massachusetts, July, 1953
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01:07:30:   Unidentified man sitting at desk, (1940s)
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01:07:31:   Two unidentified men walking down street
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01:07:32:   Unidentified Soldier
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01:08:01:   William T. Foster and Frederick P. Champ
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01:08:02-03:   Frederick P. Champ next to what appears to be the Liberty Bell
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01:08:04-05:   Frederick P. Champ in meeting with two men
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01:08:06-07:   Frederick P. Champ holding the Mountain States Telephone Award
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01:08:08:   Unidentified man
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01:08:09:   Frederick P. Champ holding the Mountain States Telephone Award
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01:08:10:   Frederick P. Champ and John L. Mylod
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01:08:11:   Frederick P. Champ
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01:08:12:   Frederick P. Champ with a group of men standing behind a podium
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01:08:13-14:   Two men holding up a flag with stars and a soldier emblem
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01:08:15:   Man speaking at a "Victory" event
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01:08:16:   Another man speaking at a "Victory" event
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01:08:17:   Four men sitting and listening to speaker
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01:08:18:   Frederick P. Champ giving awards to the winners of the "50th Anniversary Candle Burning Contest," , 1953
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01:08:19:   Frederick P. Champ at Geneva Works banquet, United States Steel Corporation, Salt Lake City, September, 1957
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01:08:20:   Frederick P. Champ receiving U.S. flag at Geneva Works banquet
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01:08:21:   Frederick P. Champ at the presentation of the Savings Bond Flag
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01:08:22:   Liberty Bond drive posters
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01:08:23:   Press conference for Allied and German news in the war room of the Headquarters Building, Frankfurt, Germany, October 29, 1947
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01:08:24:   Utah Secretary of State, Lamont Toronto, inspects rifle of a reservist while making a tour of 96th Infantry Division Summer Camp, Yakima Washington, June 27, 1961
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01:08:25:   Ferderick P. Champ posing with (?) for the Finnish Relief Fund
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01:08:26:   Ferderick P. Champ posing with J.C. Kinnear Jr., General Manager of the Kennecott Copper Co., 1965
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01:08:27:   Men being greeted outside a plane by military
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01:08:28:   NAS Denver Civilian Orientation Cruise Guests including Frederick P. Champ, January 23, 1956
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Photos taken during DOCA (Defense Orientation Conference Association) trip to Alaska, 1969
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1 8 01:08:29: Frederick P. Champ at Elmendorf Air Force Base in Anchorage
1 8 01:08:30: Part of party on Black Rapids Glacier, near Fort Greely with mountain troops scaling glacier in background August 19, 1969
1 8 01:08:31: Frederick P. Champ (top left), with members of the party
1 8 01:08:32: DOCA party on Black Rapids Glacier
1 8 01:08:33-34: Visitors with Army mountain troops at Fort Greely, observing treacherous scaling of high cliffs 500 ft. above August 19, 1969
1 8 01:08:35: Army helicopters carrying DOCA party to Fort Greely August 19, 1969
1 8 01:08:36: DOCA party on Black Rapids Glacier
1 8 01:08:37: DOCA party outside helicopters
1 8 01:08:38: Briefing session in hangar at Fort Richardson, headquarters of U.S. Alaskan Command August 19, 1969
1 8 01:08:39: DOCA party and helicopters at Black Rapids Glacier, Fort Greely, Alaska August 19, 1969
1 8 01:08:40-41: Outdoor briefing session in training of mountain troops near Fort Greely, Alaska August 19, 1969

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01:08:42-43:   Portrait proofs of Frederick P. Champ
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01:08:44:   Frederick P. Champ in front of Cache Valley Banking Co., Logan, Utah
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01:08:45:   Frederick P. Champ at his desk, ca. 1940s
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01:09:01:   View of stands at Aerial Firepower Demonstration, Eglin Air Force Base, Florida, October 8, 1957
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01:09:02:   Stands at Aerial Firepower Demonstration, Eglin Air Force Base, Florida, October 8, 1957
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01:10:01:   Military Ball, ca. 1940s-50s
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01:11:01:   Aerial photograph of Utah State Agricultural College, looking east, September 4, 1935
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01:11:02:   Aerial photograph of Utah State Agricultural College, looking down on campus including stadium, ca. 1945
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01:11:03:   Aerial photograph of Utah State Agricultural College, looking Northwest, including surrounding streets of Logan
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01:11:04:   Kent Concert Hall
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01:11:05:   Aerial photograph looking Northeast onto Utah State Agricultural College stadium
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01:12:01-06:   Assembly line model homes, Mobile Home Cooperation, Bakersfield Office, California
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01:12:07-08:   Interiors of model homes
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01:12:09-10:   Mary Champ Nielson furniture (shipped to New York City)
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01:13:01:   Bear with young cub, Yellostone National Park(?)

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01:13:02:   Bear in Yellowstone National Park(?)

Includes original negative

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01:13:03:   Woman and boy outside pipe fabrication shop near Hoover Dam construction and Boulder City, Nevada, 1930s(?)

Includes original negative

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01:13:04:   Finished pipes outside fabrication shop near Hoover Dam construction and Boulder City, Nevada, 1930s(?)

Includes original negative

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01:13:05:   Shot into Boulder City, Nevada, 1930s(?)

Includes original negative

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01:13:06:   Boulder City, Nevada, 1930s(?)

Includes original negative

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01:13:07:   Pipe construction for the Hoover Dam, Nevada, 1930s(?)

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01:13:08:   Negative of Hoover Dam consctuction, nearly 3/4 finished, Nevada, 1930s(?)

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01:14:01-04:   Family portrait, Frederick P. Champ and children
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01:14:05-06:   Portrait of young woman (Mary Champ?), 1940s
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Yellowstone National Park

original negatives

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2 1 02:01:01-10: Trees, land, cabins, waterfalls, and "Old Faithful."

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The Flat Rock Club, 1961

original colored negatives

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2 1 02:01:11-22: Canoeing and fishing in Island Park, Idaho

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02:01:23:   Negative of a boy scout, Frederick P. Champ(?)
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02:01:24:   Negative of a House, Logan(?)
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02:02:01:   Negatives of a camping and boating trip
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02:03:01-02:   Unidentified beach (Massachusetts?)
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02:03:03:   Unidentified house (Massachusetts?)
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02:03:04:   Two men (one Barrie) with young boy (Warren)
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02:03:05:   Unidentified house by beach (Massachusetts?)
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02:03:06-10:   Photos of the family and (Thanksgiving dinner?)
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02:03:11:   Six black pups
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02:03:12-15:   Unidentified city, shots of the Capri Motel
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02:03:16:   Crape Myrtle (tree) as veiwed from the kitchen window, Dudley Ranch, California
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02:03:17:   View of the grounds at Dudley Ranch, California
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02:03:18-22:   Family photos during Christmas , 1962
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02:03:23-24:   Two unidentified women and one man outside cocktail lounge
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Color slides
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2 4 02:04:01-03: Frances Elizabeth Champ with family and friends(?)

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02:05:01-20:   Office Photos of Frederick P. Champ, President Champ Investment Co., Vice-President Walker Bank & Trust Co
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02:06:01-02:   Diamond Lavaliere and Diamond Brooch, Mrs. J. F. Wikidal
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02:06:03:   St. John's Episcopal Church, Logan, Utah
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02:06:04:   Window of St. John's Episcopal Church, Logan, Utah
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02:07:01-27:   Various postcards from all over U.S., as well as Paris and Rome
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02:07:28-29:   Christmas cards from the Utah State University President
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folder
2 7

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02:07:30:   Postcard booklet of Lago Maggiore (Switzerland, Piedmont, Lombardy)
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folder
2 7

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02:07:31-33:   Photo postcards from Washington D.C., as well as G.E. Montgomery in , 1946
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folder
2 7

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02:07:34:   Political postcard of William Jennings Bryan and George Washington, 1908
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folder
2 7

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02:08:01:   Hunting trip (L-R) Bill Campbell, Forest Ranger; A.G. Nord, Deputy Regional Forester; Frederick P. Champ, July 7, 1968
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folder
2 8

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02:08:02:  Signed portrait of Heber J. Grant, seventh President of The Church of Latter-Day Saints, April 1940
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folder
2 8

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02:08:03:  Signed portrait (reprint) of George Albert Smith, eigth President of The Church of Ladder-Day Saints, 1950
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folder
2 8

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02:08:04:   Signed portrait of David O. McKay, ninth President of The Church of Ladder-Day Saints, February 17, 1956
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2 8

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Postcards from Logan, Utah
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Description
Dates
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Folder
2 9 02:09:01: Main Street 1908
2 9 02:09:02: Harmony Logde No. 21
2 9 02:09:03: Artificial Water Fall, Logan Canyon
2 9 02:09:04: Garage and Machine Shop of Schaub Machine Company
2 9 02:09:05: Agricultural College of Utah 1912
2 9 02:09:06: Logan Canyon and Light Plant 1912
2 9 02:09:07: Power plant and superintendent's cottage, Telluride Power Co. 1912
2 9 02:09:08: B.Y. College 1913
2 9 02:09:09: Logan Canyon and Light Plant 1912
2 9 02:09:10: New Jersey Academy 1912
2 9 02:09:11: Court House
2 9 02:09:12: U.S. Post Office 1912

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Unidentified Ranch (Montana?)

Includes original negatives.

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Description
Box
Folder
2 10 02:10:01: Field cattle
2 10 02:10:02: Grazing sheep band in the valley
2 10 02:10:03: Unloading lamb at shipping point
2 10 02:10:04: Ewe and lamb band

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Home Ranch, Dillon Montana, Gilbert Livestock Co

Includes original negatives.

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2 10 02:10:05: Winter sheep wagons parked at Larrabie Ranch
2 10 02:10:06: Barns, sheds at
2 10 02:10:07: View across Upper Ruby Valley (grain in foreground)
2 10 02:10:08: Huge stock barn
2 10 02:10:09: Stacked baled alfalfa
2 10 02:10:10: Cook bunk houses
2 10 02:10:11: Managers dwelling
2 10 02:10:12: Corrals, sheds

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Judge Ranch

Includes original negatives.

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Description
Box
Folder
2 10 02:10:13: Small section lambing sheds, feeding lot
2 10 02:10:14: Bunk house and machiner blacksmith shop
2 10 02:10:15: Barns, corrals
2 10 02:10:16: Front entrance of bunk house

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02:11:01:   Portrait of Thomas Oldham
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folder
2 11

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U.S. Air Force Award
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Description
Box
Folder
3 1 03:01:01: Frederick P. Champ recieving "Jet Jockey" honorary title, Eglin Air Force Base, Florida

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Oversize
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Description
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Folder
4 1 04:01:01: Album of souvenir post cards
Includes Views in the United States and Europe, (including Forestry Building at the 1905 Lewis and Clark Exposition, and the Presidential Campaign of 1908), views of Utah, and the New Jersey Academy, Courthouse, and Old Main in Logan. Also includes a room assignment notice from Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
5 1 05:01:01: Signed portrait of Eric S. Hister(?)
5 1 05:01:02: Portrait of George Champ
5 1 05:01:03: Landscape photograph, mountains trees and snow
5 1 05:01:04: Award poster featuring Old Main tower to Frederick P. Champ for contribution with the Utah State University Board of Trustees, 1925-1941

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Subjects

    • Personal Names :
    • Champ, Frances Elizabeth, 1896-1982--Photographs.
    • Champ, Frederick P. (Frederick Percival), 1896-1976--Photographs.
    • Family Names :
    • Champ family--Photographs.
    • Corporate Names :
    • Cache Valley Banking Company (Logan, Utah)--Photographs.
    • St. John's Episcopal Church (Logan, Utah)--Photographs.
    • United States Steel Corporation--Photographs.
    • Utah State University--Photographs.
    • Walker Bank and Trust Company (Utah)--Photographs.
    • Subject Terms :
    • Banks and banking--Utah--Logan--Photographs.
    • Boy Scouts--History--Photographs.
    • Church buildings--Utah--Logan--Photographs.
    • Fourth of July celebrations--Norway--Photographs.
    • Mormon Church--Presidents--Photographs.
    • Postcards--Specimens.
    • World War, 1939-1945--Armistices--Photographs.
    • Geographical Names :
    • Alaska--Photographs.
    • Hoover Dam (Ariz. and Nev.)--Photographs.
    • United States--Armed Forces--Photographs.
    • Yellowstone National Park--Photographs.

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