Guide to The Grouse Creek (Utah) Cultural Survey Collection,
July 1985-October 1986

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Creator: Fife Forklore Archives
Title: The Grouse Creek (Utah) Cultural Survey collection
Dates: July 1985-October 1986. ( inclusive )
Quantity: 9 linear feet
Collection Number: USU_FOLK COLL 21
Summary: Fieldnotes, audiotapes, photographs, logs for photographic materials and sound recordings, architectural site reports, transcriptions of interviews (photocopies), and maps/drawings from the Grouse Creek Cultural survey. Materials cover a wide range of topics with special attention to architecture, foodways, community activities, and local history.
Repository: Utah State University. Merrill-Cazier Library. Special Collections and Archives.
Fife Folklore Archives

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

Historical Note

The Grouse Creek Cultural Survey is a joint project of the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress, the Folk Arts Program of the Utah Arts Council, National Park Service, the Utah State Historic Preservation Office, Utah State University, and the Western Folklife Center. The survey was conducted in the Grouse Creek region of Utah primarily in July 1985. The project was a pioneering attempt at interdisciplinary research by historic preservationists and preservation-minded folklorists for the joint purpose of cultural preservation and was intended to be a prototype for other cultural surveys. As Grouse Creek fieldworker Carol Edison states: The Grouse Creek Cultural Survey was an attempt to field-test a methodology dubbed the "Integrated Cultural Survey" aimed at identifying, evaluating and eventually protecting both tangible and intangible cultural resources. . . . [T]he Grouse Creek project provided a concrete experience with the sometimes nebulous concept of 'cultural conservation.'"

Tom Carter, a folklorist working for the Utah State Historical Society Preservation Office, spearheaded the project, and together with Carl Fleischhauer, from the American Folklife Center, co-authored The Grouse Creek Cultural Survey: Integrating Folklife and Historic Preservation Field Work, which was the final product of the Grouse Creek Cultural Survey project. Working along with Carter and Fleischhauer were other professionals representing other organizations and fields of interest: Carol Edison, Director of the Folk Arts Program of the Utah Arts Council, and Hal Cannon, Director of the Western Folklife Center, conducted taped interviews and shot photographic images. Debbie Randall and Roger Roper, employed by the Utah State Historical Society Preservation Office, contributed additional photographic images. This six-person team was responsible for the fieldwork. It should be noted that a decade earlier, Verna Richardson, a resident of Grouse Creek, had conducted a number of taped oral interviews that were housed at the Utah State Historical Society Library. These interviews in part gave impetus to the idea of choosing Grouse Creek for a cultural survey. The original interviews are still housed at the State Historical Society, but copies of the interview transcripts are included with the original fieldwork materials gathered during the Grouse Creek Cultural Survey.

Most of the fieldwork was conducted from 2 July to early August 1985. The fieldworkers set up households in two locations and stayed in Grouse Creek at various times during that period. Thomas Carter, the project coordinator, acted as a full time fieldworker and was present for three weeks; Hal Cannon was present for three weeks; Carol Edison was present the first and third weeks; Carl Fleischhauer was present the first week; Debbie Randall was present for three weeks; and Roger Roper was present the second and third weeks. During October 8-10, 1988, Tom Carter and Carl Fleischhauer again visited the area and presented the published results of the survey to the people of Grouse Creek.

Along with the publication of The Grouse Creek Cultural Survey, other products resulted from this project. Debbie Randall produced a final report on architecture; fieldworkers Tom Carter, Hal Cannon, and Carol Edison delivered papers on their findings in Grouse Creek at the 1986 American Folklore Society meetings in Baltimore, Maryland.

Carl Fleischhauer helped with the introduction and initial description of the collection on its arrival at the Fife Folklore Archives in October 1988 during his one-and-a-half-day visit to the Archives. The inventory to the Paradise Valley, Nevada, Folklife Project Collection, written by Carol Stern, proved invaluable as an aid for creating this inventory [register].

Content Description

The materials in this collection cover a wide-range of topics including special attention to architecture, foodways, community activities, religious activity and local history. Note: In fieldnotes and in the register LDS and Mormon refer to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. For an overview of the project, researchers are directed to the publication The Grouse Creek Cultural Survey by Carter and Fleischhauer. All written and recorded materials are housed in acid-free archival boxes and folders in the Fife Folklore Archives, Special Collections and Archives, USU Libraries.

The collection was originally processed by Barbara [Walker] Lloyd. The collection register was revised and the collection was moved from a filing cabinet to archival boxes and archival folders and the collection register was encoded by Randy Williams in June 2004. In an effort to give complete information, the old folder numbers (001) from the original collection guide (which may be found on previously published information about the GCCS) is included in parenthesis at the end of a folder breakdown. In the original register, folder numbers did not start over with each new series/box, therefore the new and old folder numbers will not match after the folder 4. There are more folders in the new register.

The bulk of the project includes approximately 232 pages of fieldnotes; 41 reel-to-reel tapes, one digital tape, and 30 cassette tapes of audio materials, plus accompanying log sheets; 73 rolls of black and white photographic images (including contact sheets and negatives) and 131 sheets of color slides plus accompanying log sheets; 95 architectural site reports; 824 pages of copies of the transcriptions of twenty-one interviews conducted prior to the cultural survey; four sets of maps/drawings; and some miscellaneous materials. The original materials are housed in the Fife Folklore Archives, Special Collections and Archives, USU Libraries and copies of the original holdings are housed in the American Folklife Center in the Library of Congress, and portions at the Utah Folk Arts Council and at the Utah State Historical Society.

A general description of the materials in the survey is provided in this inventory, but more in depth description of the materials will be found in the collection's 250-plus pages of logs. The media holdings of the Grouse Creek Cultural Survey were assigned project identification letters and numbers in the field. Letter codes were used to identify the type of media and the fieldworker responsible as follows:

Media:

  • A = Cassette Tapes
  • B = Black & White Images
  • C = Color Images
  • F = Fieldnotes
  • R = Reel-to-reel Tapes

Fieldworkers:

  • CE = Carol Edison
  • CF = Carl Fleischhauer
  • DR = Debbie Randall
  • HC = Hal Cannon
  • RR = Roger Roper
  • TC = Tom Carter

Some materials contain a GCCS reference which stands for Grouse Creek Cultural Survey. Numbers generally represent a sequential ordering. Thus, a reference number such as FHC850702 stands for fieldnotes by Hal Cannon for 2 July 1985; CTC001.1 stands for a color photographic image, by Tom Carter, sheet number one, image one; the number RHC026 stands for reel-to-reel tape recording, by Hal Cannon, tape number 26; BCE25495.1 is a black & white photographic image, by Carol Edison, sheet number 25495, image one. NOTE: Black and white negatives and corresponding sheet numbers are identified by a five digit number. All references are in alphabetical and numerical order within each media category. Dates on documentation forms are written with the year first followed by the month and day; thus 850702 would translate as July 2, 1985. For convenience in the register, the dates are written: day, month, year (2 July 1985).

Use of the Collection

Restrictions on Access :  Restrictions

Open to public research. To access the collection a patron must have the following information: collection number, series number, sub-series number, if applicable, box number and folder number (or image number).

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 The Grouse Creek (Utah) Cultural Survey collection must be obtained from the Curator of the Fife Folklore Archives and/or the Special Collections Department Head.

Alternative Forms Available :  

Digitized images from this collection can be viewed at Grouse Creek Cultural Survey: Mormon Buckaroo Territory, 1985

Preferred Citation :  

The nature of the material requires careful citation whenever photographic images, recordings, manuscripts or transcriptions are reproduced. Any bibliographic entry, footnote, photo caption, or sound recording headnote should include the names of the informants, the names of the photographer or sound recordist and his or her organization ( e.g., Carol Edison, Folk Arts Program of the Utah Arts Council), the date and place of the documentation, the accession numbers, and the title of the project.

Grouse Creek Cultural Survey collection, July 1985-October 1986. (FOLK COLL 21: Series: box, folder/item). Utah State University. Special Collections and Archives Department.

Administrative Information

Arrangement :

Organized in 9 series:

  • I. ADMINISTRATION: Items pertaining to the planning and administration of the Grouse Creek Cultural Survey.
  • II. PUBLICITY AND EPHEMERA:Publicity about the project and newspaper clippings about Grouse Creek.
  • III. FIELDNOTES: The fieldnotes record a fieldworker?s activities, observations, and impressions during the course of the fieldwork. These notes are arranged alphabetically by the fieldworker?s surname and date.
  • IV. SOUND RECORDINGS AND LOGS: Reel-to-reel, cassette, and digital recordings and accompanying logs created by fieldworkers. The reel-to-reel tapes are in two formats (A) 7 1/2 ips/half track stereo and (B) 7 1/2 ips/full track mono. The format for each tape is noted in the tape log section with either (A) or (B). As well, the cassette tapes are in two formats (C) 60 minute mono and (D) 90 minute mono. The format for each tape is noted in the tape log section with either (C) or (D).
  • V. PHOTOGRAPHIC IMAGES AND LOGS: Color images (including slides, color transparencies, and reference fiche) and reference logs and black and white images (including negatives and contact sheets) and logs. Color images are grouped first by photographer within the group for color (C), and then ordered sequentially with sheet numbers (beginning with one for each fieldworker), and individual slide number. Black and white images are group first by photographer with in the group for black and white (B), and then ordered with a sheet number created for this project, and individual negative numbers. Duplicate slides are noted in the log and housed at the end of the box housing the original image(s).
  • VI. ARCHITECTURAL SURVEY DATA: The architectural site reports contain the Architectural Field Survey forms, which include technical data and (for almost all sites) drawings. Also, for some sites photocopies of historical information regarding to the site or the homeowner (such as brief life histories and obituaries) is included and is noted in the register. Each site is numbered; Sites 1-63 are in Grouse Creek, OGC Sites 1-32 are outside Grouse Creek. Note: There is either no site 1 or information on site 1 is missing.
  • VII. UTAH STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY DOCUMENTS: This section contains 824 pages of transcription from the Grouse Creek Oral History Project conducted by the Utah State Historical Society from 1973 to 1978. Most of these twenty-one interviews were conducted by Verna Kimber Richardson, a native of Grouse Creek. The original transcriptions and fieldwork are housed at the Utah State Historical Society. The copies in this collection are arranged alphabetically by informants' surname. Also contained in this section are a few photocopies from the Utah State Historical Society regarding architectural structures in Grouse Creek.
  • VIII. MAPS AND DRAWINGS: There are four sets of maps/drawings included with the collection: Set 1-Grouse Creek Project Area Maps; Set 2-USGS Overview Map; Set 3-Utah State Historical Society Maps; and Set 4-Drawing of Grouse Creek Rodeo Grounds. Note: The only copies of the maps and drawings are with the Grouse Creek Collection housed at USU's Special Collections and Archives.
  • IX. FINAL PRODUCTS: Final products from the Grouse Creek Survey to date include The Grouse Creek Cultural Survey: Integrating Folklife and Historic Preservation Field Research by Thomas Carter and Carl Fleischhauer, published by the American Folklife Center, a final report on architecture, various papers which were delivered at the October 1986 meetings of the American Folklore Society.

Acquisition Information :  

The Grouse Creek Cultural Survey is the result of the combined efforts of a number of cooperating organizations, but the responsibility for archival governance of the collected fieldwork materials rests with the Fife Folklore Archives, Special Collections and Archives, Utah State University Libraries, Logan, Utah.

Processing Note :  

Originally processed (with register) by Barbara [Walker] Lloyd in 1989 and revised by Randy Williams. Finding aid created by Randy Williams, July 2004; updated by Randy Williams, March 2012.

Bibliography :  

    Carter, Thomas and Carl Fleischhauer. The Grouse Creek cultural survey: integrating folklife and historic preservation field research. Washington, D.C. : Library of Congress, 1988.


Detailed Description of the Collection

SERIES I:   ADMINISTRATION

Items pertaining to the planning and administration of the Grouse Creek Cultural Survey.

Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
Folder
1 1 Collection Inventory/Register
(2 items)
(folder 001)
Item 1: Original Collection Inventory Summer 1989
Item 2: Register August 2004
1 2 Collection Inventory/Register
(8 items)
(folder 002)
Item 1: Notes from meeting at the American Folklife Center regarding the Grouse Creek Project 27 May 1985
Item 2: Memo from Thomas Carter, Project Coordinator: Grouse Creek Architecture and Folklife Survey 5 April 1985
Item 3: Memo from Thomas Carter: Project Proposal and Preliminary Budget 25 April 1985
Item 4: Memo from Thomas Carter: Grouse Creek Cultural Survey: Statement of Purpose 19 May 1985
Item 5: Draft letter to potential GCCS fieldworkers, including budget 3 June 1985
Item 6: Memo from Alan Jabbour, Director, American Folklife Center: Publication of report of GCCS 15 April 1987
Item 7: Carl Fleischhauer travel report to New Mexico: background to GCCS 2 September 1985
Item 8: Carl Fleischhauer informal notes: "Thoughts on folklife Study in historic preservation surveys" " 28 March 1985
1 3 Work Plan and Support Information
(4 items)
(folder 003)
Item 1: GCCS Work Plan 25 June 1985 2 copies
Item 2: Carl Fleischhauer "Notes on Media Documentation Pinelands Folklife Project 12 September 1983
Item 3: Women's Folkife Survey
Item 4: Grouse Creek key concepts or significant themes, defined by Tom Carter
1 4 Official Correspondence
(14 items)
(folder 004)
1 5 Carl Fleischhauer Correspondence with Informants
(9 items)
(folder 008)
Item 1: Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Tanner 10 July 1985
Item 2: Archie and Rhea Toyn 10 July 1985
Item 3: Archie and Rhea Toyn, courtesy photos 9 September 1985
Item 4: Hal Bongiovi, Gordon Stanford, Harland Jewett (Gamble Ranch), courtesy photos 9 September 1985
Item 5: Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Tanner, courtesy photos 9 September 1985
Item 6: Marge Thompson, courtesy photos 9 September 1985
Item 7: Douglas and Kathleen Tanner 13 October 1988
Item 8: Bishop Henson 13 October 1988
Item 9: Archie and Rhea Toyn 13 October 1988
1 6 American Folklife Center Grouse Creek Cultural Survey publication order form
(1 item)
1 7 Inventory to the Paradise Valley, Nevada Folklife Project Collection (used as guide for this inventory)
(1 item)

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SERIES II:   PUBLICITY AND EPHEMERA

Publicity about the project and newspaper clippings about Grouse Creek.

Container(s)
Description
Box
Folder
1 1 GCCS publicity
(2 items)
(folder 005)
1 2 News clippings on Grouse Creek
(2 items)
(folder 007)
1 3 Cutaway drawing of a dirt roof, by Trav Winn, used in publication page 31

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SERIES III:   FIELDNOTES

The fieldnotes record a fieldworker?s activities, observations, and impressions during the course of the fieldwork. These notes are arranged alphabetically by the fieldworker?s surname and date.

Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
Folder
1 1 Cannon, Hal GCCS Fieldnotes
(21 items)
(folder 009)
Item 1 : Arrive in Grouse Creek 2 July 1985
Item 2 : Frost Ranch; Doug Tanner's; Archie Toyn house 3 July 1985
Item 3 : Co-op, Doug Wakefield; Milton Oman; Doug Tanner's place 4 July 1985
Item 4 : Verna Richardson; Max Tanner home, interview with Max and brother 5 July 1985
Item 5 : 4th of July breakfast, rodeo, and dance 6 July 1985
Item 6 : GC LDS Priesthood Meeting, Sunday School, and Sacrament Meeting; Sunday dinner with Doug Tanner family 7 July 1985
Item 7 : Moulton, Idaho; Murtaugh, Idaho; Burley, Idaho; herding cattle from Emigrant Canyon to Moulton 8 July 1985
Item 8 : Carol Warburton (Grace Warburton), Aetna; Carl Oman; Harold Oman 9 July 1985
Item 9 : Future Homemakers of America (Salt Palace) SLC, Utah; candid interview with Amy Tanner 10 July 1985
Item 10 : Max Tanner interview at his old ranch where Doug and Kathleen Tanner live 11 July 1985
Item 11 : Milt Oman, Steve Kimber, Raida Kimber, George W. Betteridge 16 July 1985
Item 12 : Jack Kimber, Kimber Ranch; Wallace Betteridge, Betteridge house in Montello 17 July 1985
Item 13 : Milt Oman, horse breaking; Lyman Kimber interview 18 July 1985
Item 14 : Wallace adn Sally Betteridge interview, hondo braiding 25 July 1985
Item 15 : Oren and Opal Kimber interview 26 July 1985
Item 16 : GC Ward LDS Sacrament meeting; Archie and Rhea Toyn, Toyn home, rodeo talk 28 July 1985
Item 17 : Emily Kimber; Winfred Kimber family, Archive and Rhea Toyn, Family Home Evening BBQ and campfire singing 29 July 1985
Item 18 : Rhea Toyn, Toyn home; Merlin Tanner, Tanner home 30 July 1985
Item 19 : Opal Kimber, Oren Kimber home; Doug Tanner and family, Max Tanner ranch 31 July 1985
Item 20 : Grouse Creek Orchestra, Raida Kimber, Archie Toyn, and Lyman Kimber, Raida Kimber home 1 August 1985
Item 21 : Phone interview with Max Tanner on cowboy gear used in Grouse Creek 19 August 1985
1 2 Carter, Thomas GCCS Fieldnotes
(5 items)
(folder 010)
Item 1 : Travel from Salt Lake City, arrive and get set up in Grouse Creek 2 July 1985
Item 2 : Winfred Kimber interview at ranch site, Verna Kimber Richardson interview (daughter of Winfred); Kathleen Tanner 3 July 1985
Item 3 : Verna Kimber Richardson, Edward Frost House; Winfred Kimber 4 July 1985
Item 4 : Jeff Thomas; Warren Kimber; Edward Frost ranch 5 July 1985
Item 5 : 4th of July expected activity and assignments 6 July 1985
1 3 Edison, Carol GCCS Fieldnotes
(10 items)
(folder 011)
Item 1 : Travel and arrival; Louis Tanner; photographing outbuildings 2 July 1985
Item 2 : Winfred Kimber interview Frost Ranch/Grant Kimber Ranch; Kathleen (Kathy) Tanner interview about foodways; Ella Tanner interview about foodways and LDS Relief Society, etc 3 July 1985
Item 3 : Measuring old Frost homestead; Kathleen Tanner for lunch, beet jelly; Max and Melissa Tanner discussion about NV and UT ranchers; Verna (Kimber) and Val Richardson; practice for calf roping 4 July 1985
Item 4 : Kathleen Tanner; Frost Ranch (Grant Kimber property), rodeo grounds; decorating the "Sagebrush and Kids" float 5 July 1985
Item 5 : 4th of July breakfast; parade; patriotic program; children's dance; "dinner"; ball games, races and fish pond; rodeo; dance; Brian and JoLene (K. Hill) Thompson wedding reception 6 July 1985
Item 6 : Fern Kimber; Marge Thompson; Doug Tanner; LDS Relief Society, Sunday School and Sacrament Meeting 7 July 1985
Item 7 : Fern Kimber; Grouse Creek Cemetery 16 July 1985
Item 8 : Ella Tanner, foodways; Doug and Kathleen Tanner, "Mormon Sunday Dinner"; Kenna and Brent Tanner handwork; measuring Warburton dirt-roof cabin; Milt Oman breaking a horse 17 July 1985
Item 9 : Kathleen Tanner, foodways, raising children; Ella Tanner, canning raspberries; Fern Kimber; Melissa Tanner; Milt Oman, breaking a colt; Velma Smith and Susan Wyrick 18 July 1985
Item 10 : Betty Kimber; Marge and Hugh Thompson; stone quarry 19 July 1985
1 4 Fleischhauer, Carl GCCS Fieldnotes
(6 items)
(folder 012)
Item 1 : Travel to Grouse Creek; Steven Kimber picking up and stacking hay bales; Louis Tanner discussion about regarding geography, land use, cattle management 2 July 1985
Item 2 : Winfred Kimber, Frost Ranch; Grant Kimber; Kathleen Kimber, foodways; Archie and Rhea Toyn; commemorative poetry 3 July 1985
Item 3 : Doug and Kathleen Tanner; Doug Wakefield 4 July 1985
Item 4 : Warren Kimber at his ranch; Kathleen Tanner; Jeff and Bill Thomas at Thomas Ranch; haying, hunting, irrigation 5 July 1985
Item 5 : Independence Day parade, patriotic program, clog dancing, games, rodeo; dance, Apocalypse dance band, Severe family; wedding reception 6 July 1985
Item 6 : LDS Church services: sacrament, church building and decoration; Junction Valley dairy 7 July 1985
1 5 Fleischhauer, Carl Library of Congress GCCS Travel Report
(1 item)
1 6 Fleischhauer, Carl GCCS Travel Report
(1 item)
1 7 Randall, Debbie GCCS Fieldnotes
(15 item)
(folder 013)
Item 1 : Winfred Kimber interview; lunch at Doug and Kathy Tanner's home; Ella Tanner interview 3 July 1985
Item 2 : Amy Tanner; Gwen Kimber McWilliams; set survey boundaries; measurement of Frost Ranch; survey maps, begin survey 4 July 1985
Item 3 : Document Frost Ranch; informal interviews with Louis Tanner, Herbert Tanner, Rhea and Archie Toyn 5 July 1985
Item 4 : 4th of July Celebration activities: breakfast, parade, program, children's dance, lunch, rodeo, dance; wedding reception; breakfast and lunch sponsored by Oakley Valley Arts Council (Sarah Bedke, Kent Severe) 6 July 1985
Item 5 : Survey photographing; informal interview with Louis Tanner; LDS Relief Society, Sunday School and Sacrament Meeting; lunch at Doug and Kathy Tanner's home 7 July 1985
Item 6 : Map sites 11-59; survey with R. Roper; Richard Kimber; Fern Kimber; Kathy Tanner; Bobbie and Brian Blanthorn; Verl Smith 8 July 1985
Item 7 : Photographing and evaluating sites 12-51; Kenna Tanner; Kathy Tanner 9 July 1985
Item 8 : Finished survey of GC proper and most of the area outside of town; talked with Jack Kimber, Quentin Kimber, Irma Warburton, and Aleta Kimber 10 July 1985
Item 9 : Finished encoding sites; began intensive study of houses; Jeff and Tom Thomas; Kathy Tanner 11 July 1985
Item 10 : Measurement of A. Raymond Tanner house (site 7), and Moroni Tanner Cabin (site 7A), A. N. Tanner House (site 6); informal interview with Louis Tanner about site 7 12 July 1985
Item 11 : Measure sites 58, 41, 4, 21, 14; informal interview with Raida Kimber 16 July 1985
Item 12 : Measured Charles Toyn ranch (site 58), Co-op (site 26), chicken coop (site 15), stable (site 16), Richins House (site 19), Fletcher House (site OGC 28), Etna School (site OGC 25), Kimball dwellings (site OGC 9); informal interview with Winfred Kimber; interview with Archie Toyn 17 July 1985
Item 13 : Interview with Winfred Kimber about sites in GC while driving through town; finished measurements of Richins House (site 19); measurement of Frank LeRoy Frost house (site 53), Rytting Ranch complex (site 63), Blanthorn animal shelter/barn (site 49), William Shaw House (site 50); began measurement of rodeo grounds 18 July 1985
Item 14 : Finished measuring rodeo grounds (site 20); checked construction of Hadfield house (site 45); measured Blanthorn stone animal shelter/stable (site 49), Rytting barn (site 63B); goodbyes; drive back to Salt Lake City with Amy Tanner 19 July 1985
Item 15 : Wrap up visit to GC to measure buildings and photograph miscellaneous sites; Angie Tanner; Susan Wyrick at cemetery 8 August 1985
1 8 Roper, Roger GCCS Fieldnotes
(9 items)
(folder 014)
Item 1 : Worked with Debbie Randall to map sites in Grouse Creek 8 July 1985
Item 2 : With Debbie Randall photograph sites in Grouse Creek though site 52; Kenna Tanner 9 July 1985
Item 3 : With D. Randall finished survey of GC; Emily Kimber; Oren Kimber (site 56); Jack Kimber (site 18); Chris Warburton (site 20) 10 July 1985
Item 4 : Finished mapping sites outside of GC proper: Thomas Ranch in Etna; John Hadfield house; rattlesnakes; Rhea Toyn 11 July 1985
Item 5 : Measured Allen N. Tanner House and stone granary, Raymond Tanner House, Moroni Tanner House; Louis Tanner 12 July 1985
Item 6 : Working lunch at Doug and Kathy Tanner's home; Fern Kimber; Raida Betteridge Kimber; Brian Blanthorn 16 July 1985
Item 7 : Measured site plan drawing of Toyn Ranch; Co-op Store; Winfred Kimber; Ella Betteridge Kimber 17 July 1985
Item 8 : With D. Randall, interview Winfred Kimber about sites in GC while driving through town; Measuring sites 20, 49, 50, 63 18 July 1985
Item 9 : Finish measuring rodeo grounds; measure Rytting ranch barn interior 19 July 1985

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SERIES IV:   SOUND RECORDINGS AND LOGS

Reel-to-reel, cassette, and digital recordings and accompanying logs created by fieldworkers. The reel-to-reel tapes are in two formats (A) 7 1/2 ips/half track stereo and (B) 7 1/2 ips/full track mono. The format for each tape is noted in the tape log section with either (A) or (B). As well, the cassette tapes are in two formats (C) 60 minute mono and (D) 90 minute mono. The format for each tape is noted in the tape log section with either (C) or (D).

Container(s)
Description
Dates
SUB-SERIES A: Reel-to-Reel Tapes and Logs
(4 boxes)
1985.
Box
Folder
1 1 Carol Edison Reel-to-Reel Tape Logs
(7 items)
(folder 015)
Item 1: RCE001: (B):: Interview with Ella Tanner at her home in Grouse Creek (pt. 1)
Total duration: 00:32:17
Topics include: biographical information; foodways; ranch life; marriage; sewing. [Full-track mono tape digitized on 1/2 track stereo playback machine. Tape play-wound onto original reel. Interviewer is far off microphone and low in level. Microphone handling noises, and voice gets muffled at 15:00. Tape runs out in mid-question.]
3 July 1985
Item 2: RCE002: (B):: Interview with Ella Tanner at her home in Grouse Creek (pt. 2)
Total duration: 00:32:41
Topics include: youth activities; school; old-time dances; child rearing; family reunions; local stores; ranching. [Full-track mono tape digitized on 1/2 track stereo playback machine. Tape play-wound onto original reel. Interviewer is far off microphone and low in level. Tape begins in mid-sentence. Occassional microphone handling noises. Tail cut off.]
3 July 1985
Item 3: RCE003: (B): Interview with Ella Tanner at her home in Grouse Creek (pt. 3)
Total duration: 00:27:06
Topics include: traditional crafts; quilting; Ella's songbooks; Sunday dinner; old church; wedding receptions. [Full-track mono tape digitized on 1/2 track stereo playback machine. Tape play-wound onto original reel. Interviewer is far off microphone and low in level. Tape begins with ambience and whispers are heard for first 00:20 before first question is asked. Cuckoo clock at 08:00.]
3 July 1985
Item 4: RCE004: (B): Interview with Ella Tanner at her home in Grouse Creek (pt. 4)
Total duration: 00:32:55
Topics include: placement and uses of rooms in house over years; fires in town; home births; changes in ranching. [Full-track mono tape digitized on 1/2 track stereo playback machine. Tape play-wound onto original reel. Interviewer is far off microphone and low in level. Tape runs out in midquestion. Occassional microphone handling noises.]
17 July 1985
Item 5: RCE005: (B): Interview with Ella Tanner at her home in Grouse Creek (pt. 5)
Total duration: 00:32:22
Topics include: chili sauce and other relishes; pie making; foodways and activities when children were at home. [Full-track mono tape digitized on 1/2 track stereo playback machine. Tape play-wound onto original reel. Interviewer is far off microphone and low in level. Occassional microphone handling noises. Tape begins with several test recordings while clock can be heard ticking. Interview begins at 00:25. Tape runs out in mid-sentence at end.]
17 July 1985
Item 6: RCE006: (B): Interview with Kenna Tanner at her home in Grouse Creek (pt. 1)
Total duration: 00:32:18
Topics include: ranching; foodways; quilting; modifications in house. [Full-track mono tape digitized on 1/2 track stereo playback machine. Tape play-wound onto original reel. Interviewer is far off microphone and low in level. Tape has rumble at beginning and 04:45 (possibly thunder). Occasional traffic noises from outside. Tail cut off.]
17 July 1985
Item 7: RCE007: (B): Interview with Kenna Tanner at her home in Grouse Creek (pt. 2)
Total duration: 00:31:11
Topics include: rodeoing; roundup; canning and food storage; changes over time; community cooperation; Co-op store and livestock association [Full-track mono tape digitized on 1/2 track stereo playback machine. Tape play-wound onto original reel. Interviewer is far off microphone and low in level. Occasional microphone, occasional distortion.]
17 July 1985
1 2 Hal Cannon Reel-to-Reel Tape Logs
(30 items)
(folder 016)
Item 1: RHC001: (A): Interview with Archive and Rhea Toyn at their home in Grouse Creek (pt. 1)
Total duration: 00:32:21
Grouse Creek Orchestra: Ivan Kimber (tenor), Rada Kimber (piano), Grant Kimber (sax), Archive Toyn (sax), Lyman Kimber (banjo, drum, fiddle) [2 track recording, 2 separate microphones. Speakers are somewhat off microphone. Severe microphone handling noise and rumble on right channel. Tape play-wound onto original reel. A tape recording of music playing is underneath the interview, and the speakers refer to and discuss the music. Recorder was stopped/started around 18:30. At 26:00 one of the interviewees sings and plays ukulele. Microphone handling nosie is heard. Tape runs out in mid-song.]
3 July 1985
Item 2: RHC002: (A): Interview with Archie and Rhea Toyn at their home in Grouse Creek (pt. 2)
Total duration: 00:32:15
Continued from RHC001 on Grouse Creek Orchestra with Archie performing. [2 track recording 2 separate microphones. Singer on right channel. Occasional severe microphone handling noise and rumble on right channel. Tape play-wound onto original reel. Tail cut off.]
3 July 1985
Item 3: RHC003: (A): Interview with Archie and Rhea Toyn at their home in Grouse Creek (pt. 3)
Total duration: 00:32:20
Topics include: old church; family reunions; community events; poetry [2 track recording, 2 separate microphones. Occasional severe microphone handling noise and rumble on right channel. Top and tail cut off. Tape play-wound onto original reel.]
3 July 1985
Item 4: RHC004: (B): Interview with Milton Oman at his home in Grouse Creek (pt. 1)
Total duration: 00:32:22
Topics include: Yost; ranching; rodeo. [Full-track mono tape digitized on 1/2 track stereo playback machine. Tape play-wound onto original reel. Interviewer is off microphone and fairly quiet. Recorder is starting at around 00:04, and the levels are quite low until around 00:46. Some thumps and low-frequency rumbles throughout. Tail cut off.]
4 July 1985
Item 5: RHC005: (B): Interview with Milton Oman at his home in Grouse Creek (pt. 2)
Total duration: 00:14:09
Topics include: Mormonism; dances; Burley and Rupert; ranch calendar. [Full-track mono tape digitized on 1/2 track stereo playback machine. Tape play-wound onto original reel. Interviewer is off microphone and fairly quiet. Top cut off. Reel begins with a click/buzz.]
4 July 1985
Item 6: RHC006: (A): Interview with Doug Tanner at the Max Tanner Ranch in Grouse Creek (pt. 1)
Total duration: 00:32:22
Topics include: ranching; buckaroo clothing. [Reel to reel 1/4" 1/2 track stereo (box says "tip to tip-Sennheiser 802"). Top cut off. Left and right channels seem to be out of phase until a large click happens at 02:05, when the channels become in-phase. High frequency ringing pitch occurs in places (tape box mentions wind chimes). Tape play-wound onto original reel. Tail cut off.]
4 July 1985
Item 7: RHC007: (A): Interview with Doug Tanner at the Max Tanner Ranch in Grouse Creek (pt. 2)
Total duration: 00:32:15
Topics include: ranching; LDS Church ranch; Mormonism; civil and religious law; old and new church building (C. Fleischhauer also interviewing) [Reel to reel 1/4" 1/2 track stereo. High-frequency ringing pitch occurs in places (tape on box mentions wind chimes). Tail cut off. Tape play-wound onto original reel.]
4 July 1985
Item 8: RHC008: (A): Interview with Doug Tanner at the Max Tanner Ranch in Grouse Creek (pt. 3)
Total duration: 00:29:10
Topics include: Oakley Stake; school and school entertainment; grasshoppers; Mormonism; pride in family name (C. Fleischhauer also interviewing). [Reel to reel 1/4" 1/2 track stereo. High-frequency ringing pitch occurs in places (tape on box mentions wind chimes). Top cut off, and starts thin and distorted for a few seconds. Some noises from movement on sofa, bumping microphone. Tape play-wound onto original reel.]
4 July 1985
Item 9: RHC009: (A): Interview with brothers Max, Merlin, & Monte Tanner at Max Tanner's home in Grouse Creek (pt. 1)
Total duration: 00:33:03
Topics include: family history; ranching; Brezeeze Ranch; Indians; Utah Construction; outlaw stories: Sid Paskett and Diamond Field Jack. [Substantial amounts of rumble (microphone handling?) and occasional traffic passing by. Children playing and other voices and activity in background. The interviewees are hard to hear over the background noises at times. Interviewer is quite soft. Tape play-wound onto original reel.]
5 July 1985
Item 10: RHC010: (A): Interview with brothers Max and Merlin Tanner at Max Tanner's home in Grouse Creek (pt. 2)
Total duration: 00:33:03
Topics include: more outlaw stories: Bolly Miller; Mormon Cowboy; Cotton Thomas Basin naming; mining [Substantial amounts of rumble (microphone handling?) and occasional traffic passing by. Children playing and other voices and activity in background. The interviewees are hard to hear over the background noises at times. Interviewer is quite soft. Tape play-wound onto original reel. The tape starts with some ambience and microphone rumble before the interview begins. Tail cut off.]
5 July 1985
Item 11: RHC011: (B): Interview with Harold Oman in Grouse Creek
Total duration: 00:25:20
Topics include: history; ranching; Yost; Park Valley; dances; Glen Bates Orchestra. [Full-track mono tape digitized on 1/2 track stereo playback machine. Tape play-wound onto original reel. Thunder in background, followed by rain on the roof at around 13:00. Rain drowns out voices at times.]
9 July 1985
Item 12: RHC012: (B): Interview with Max Tanner on drive up Thomas Ranch in Nevada (Tom Carter also interviewing)
Total duration: 00:32:40
Topics include: childhood activity; changes in roads, fauna; ranching; fencing (NOTE: too much disturbance in 4wd drive, so after this reel-to-reel tape, switched to cassette tape, see ATC004-008) [Top cut off, level very low, and the levels change dramatically as the recordist sets levels. Recorded in a vehicle. Substantial amounts of rumble. Tape stops briefly in mid sentence at times (perhaps the reels were bumped during the recording). Microphone is overloaded by wind/handling noises at times. Level drops dramatically at 15:50 for a few seconds. Tail cut off. Tape play-wound onto original reel.]
11 July 1985
Item 13: RHC013: (monaural): No Log: Duplicate of historic recording: Grouse Creek Orchestra (pt. 1)
Total duration: 00:30:53
[Muddy recording. Dub from another recording. Tape machine can be heard stopping/starting in between songs. Tape ends abruptly after last song. Tape play-wound onto original reel.]
Item 14: RHC014: (monaural): No Log: Duplicate of historic recording: Grouse Creek Orchestra (pt. 2)
Total duration: 00:31:34
[Muddy recording. Dub from another recording. Tape machine can be heard stopping/starting in between songs. Tape play-wound onto original reel.]
Item 15: RHC015: (monaural): No Log: Duplicate of historic recording: Grouse Creek Orchestra (pt. 3)
Total duration: 00:31:41
[Muddy recording. Dub from another recording. Tape begins abruptly and levels are varied at beginning. Tape machine can be heard stopping/starting in between songs. Tape runs out in mid-song (tail cut off). Tape play-wound onto original reel.]
Item 16: RHC016: (monaural): No Log: Duplicate of historic recording: Grouse Creek Orchestra (pt. 4)
Total duration: 00:31:09
[Muddy recording. Dub from another recording. Tape begins abruptly.Tape machine can be heard stopping/starting in between songs.Tape play-wound onto original reel.]
Item 17: RHC017: (A): Interview with Thelma & Wallace Betteridge, Raida Kimber, & George Betteridge at Raida Kimber's home in Grouse Creek (pt. 1)
Total duration: 00:32:23
Reunion of Betteridge siblings Wallace (79 yrs), George (82 yrs) and Raida (72 yrs); history of childhood and family [Channels are out of phase on tape. Levels shift at beginning of reel. Some low machine noise in background. Occasional low-frequency rumbles. Top and tail cut off. Tape play-wound onto original reel.]
16 July 1985
Item 18: RHC018: (A):: Interview with Thelma & Wallace Betteridge, Raida Kimber, & George Betteridge at Raida Kimber's home in Grouse Creek (pt. 2)
Total duration: 00:32:40
Topics include: rodeo; religion; stories about Indian Jack and Jim; dances; family home.[Channels are out of phase on tape. Levels shift at beginning of reel. Some low machine noise in background. Occasional low-frequency rumbles. Tape play-wound onto original reel.]
16 July 1985
Item 19: RHC019: (B): Interview with Jack Kimber at his ranch in south Grouse Creek (pt. 1)
Total duration: 00:32:24
Topics include: family history; ranching; Utah Construction; Grouse Creek Livestock Association; change in ranching. [Birds in background. Tail cut off. Tape play-wound onto original reel.]
17 July 1985
Item 20: RHC020: (B): Interview with Jack Kimber at his ranch in south Grouse Creek (pt. 2)
Total duration: 00:33:04
Topics include: ranch machinery; injury trading; women on the ranch. [Birds in background. Wind chimes at times. Tail cut off. Tape play-wound onto original reel.]
17 July 1985
Item 21: RHC021: (B): Interview with Lyman Kimber at his home Grouse Creek
tape inaudible, Total duration: 00:32:14
No summary[Very low levels, basically inaudible. Pushed gain as far as poissible. Tape play-wound on original reel.]
18 July 1985
Item 22: RHC022: (B): Interview with Wallace Betteridge at his home in Montello, Nevada (pt. 1)
Total duration: 00:32:24
Topics include: ranching roping terminology: hard and fast, hoolihan, hondo; depression; ranch stories. [Occasional rumbles (microphone handling noises?). Odd noise at 01:20 (insect against microphone?). Insects, birds, and occasional loud traffic. Top and tail cut off. Tape play-wound onto original reel.]
25 July 1985
Item 23: RHC023: (B): Interview with Wallace Betteridge at his home in Montello, Nevada (pt. 2)
Total duration: 00:32:19
Topics include: cowboy gear; Montello [Some thumps and rumbles, microphone handling noises. Loud door slam at12:34. Top and tail cut off. Tape play-wound onto original reel.]
25 July 1985
Item 24: RHC024: (B): Interview with Oren "Dutch" Kimber at his in Grouse Creek (pt. 1)
Total duration: 00:33:02
Topics include: ranching. [Level starts low and is raised. Recording was stopped/restarted at 02:40. Some microphone noises. Top and tail cut off. Tape play-wound onto original reel.]
26 July 1985
Item 25: RHC025: (B): Interview with Oren "Dutch" Kimber at his in Grouse Creek (pt. 2)
Total duration: 00:33:03
Topics include: ranching; hunting; sheep herding and sheep herders: Basque and French; story of Indian Jim.[Microphone handling noises at 21:30. Woman speaker is far off-microphone and soft. Tail cut off. Tape play-wound onto original reel.]
26 July 1985
Item 26: RHC026: (B): Winfred Kimber Family Home Evening, Grouse Creek (pt. 1)
Total duration: 00:32:21
No log. [Tail cut off. Pops and crackles on tape. Strange loud noises near beginning (~01:24).]
29 July 1985
Item 27: RHC027: (B): Winfred Kimber Family Home Evening Grouse Creek (pt. 2)
Total duration: 00:19:31
No log. [Top and tail cut off. Pops, little clicks and crackles on tape.]
29 July 1985
Item 28: RHC028: Interview with Merlin Tanner, Grouse Creek (pt. 1)
Total duration: 00:32:38
No log. [Top and tail cut off.]
30 July 1985
Item 29: RHC029: Interview with Merlin Tanner, Grouse Creek (pt. 2)
Total duration: 00:32:24
No log. [Overload on tape. Tail is cut off and slightly faded out on tape.]
30 July 1985
Item 30: RHC030: Interview with Merlin Tanner, Grouse Creek (pt. 3)
Total duration: 00:14:13
No log.Total duration: 00:27:06 [Tail is cut off.]
30 July 1985
1 3 Tom Carter Reel-to-Reel Tape Logs
(3 items)
(folder 017)
Item 1: RTC001: (B): Interview with Winfred Kimber and Edward Frost at Frost Ranch (pt. 1) (C. Fleischhauer at interview)
Total duration: 00:32:08
Discussion includes tour of Frost Ranch; outbuildings and corrals; hay derricks; ranching practices: summer and winter range[Lots of rumbling noises, probably from bumping against the microphone. Top and tail cut off.]
3 July 1985
Item 2: RTC002: (B): Interview with Winfred Kimber and Edward Frost at Frost Ranch (pt. 2) (C. Fleischhauer at interview)
Total duration: 00:32:36
Topic includes: Dirt roof houses; fences; sleds and farmsteads; new Frost house; cowboy gear; dugouts and root cellars; irrigation [Hum at beginning of tape. Lots of noise from bumping against the microphone. Tail cut off and slightly faded out on tape (last few seconds are very low level).]
3 July 1985
Item 3: RTC003: (B): Interview with Winfred Kimber (87 yrs) at his home in Grouse Creek
Total duration: 00:32:34
Topics include: life history; history of Grouse Creek; East Grouse Creek Irrigation Company; crags; foodways; cooking; round-ups; night entertainment on round-ups [Lots of noise from bumping against the microphone. End cut off.]
9 July 1985
1 4 Hal Cannon Reel-to-Reel Tape Logs
(3 items)
Duplicated from digital tape. (folder 018)
Item 1: DHC001-1: (A): Independence Day program (stage performances), recorded at GC School (pt. 1)
Total duration: 00:31:31
No log (duplicated from digital tape: DHC001) [Many level changes on tape. Tail fades out on tape.]
6 July 1985
Item 2: DHC002-2: (A): Independence Day program (stage performances), recorded at GC School (pt. 2)
Total duration: 00:32:50
No log (duplicated from digital tape: DHC001) [Some fluttering at times. Some overload on tape. Tail cut off.]
6 July 1985
Item 3: DHC003-3: (A): Independence Day program (stage performances), recorded at GC School (pt. 3)
Total duration: 00:10:34
No log (duplicated from digital tape: DHC001). [Top cut off. Loud pops around 6:35 and 6:37 on tape (something being plugged in).]
6 July 1985
2 Reel-to-Reel Tapes
GCCS RHE001 through RHE007, GCCS RHC001 through RHC007
3 Reel-to-Reel Tapes
GCCS RHC008 through RHC021
4 Reel-to-Reel Tapes
GCCS RHC022 through RHC030, GCCS RTC001 through RTC003, GCCS DHC001-1 through DHC001-03
SUB-SERIES B: Digital Tape and Log
(2 boxes)
1985.
Box
Folder
1 1 Hal Cannon Digital Tape Log
(1 item)
Item 1: DHC001: Independence Day program (stage performances), recorded at Grouse Creek School, Grouse Creek
No log
6 July 1985
2 Digital Tape
GCCS DHC001 (duplicated onto three reel-to-reel tapes: DHC001-1, DHC002-2, DTC003-3, in Series IV, Sub-series A, box 4)
SUB-SERIES C: Audio Cassette Tapes and Logs
(2 boxes)
1985.
Box
Folder
1 1 Carol Edison Cassette Tape Logs
(6 items)
(folder 019)
Item 1: ACE001 (side A): (D): Interview with Kathleen Tanner at her home in Grouse Creek
Side A Duration: 00:47:39
Discussion about gender-specific chores; remodeling of the Max Tanner ranch house; learning to cook and clean; women in the corral; teaching kids to work on ranch; position as bishop's wife; community togetherness in crisis; difficulty of sending kids away to school [Hum on tape. Overload from breathing into the microphone. 20 second droupout at about 13:34. Some little zipper sounds on tape. Little pops and crackles. Overload on tape, often from breathing into microphone. Tail cut off.]
18 July 1985
Item 2: ACE001 (side B): (D): Interview with Fern Kimber at her home in Grouse Creek
Side B Duration: 00:35:48
Topics include: foodways in both Randolph, where she was raised, and in Grouse Creek; raising, preserving and storing food. [Material doesn't begin until about 10 minutes into tape. Mono, left channel only. Strange static at many places on tape. Overload from breathing into the microphone. Tail cut off.]
18 July 1985
Item 3: ACE002: (D): Interview with Melissa Tanner at her home in Grouse Creek
Total duration: 01:35:13
Topics include: old ranch house and new house in town; foodways; chili sauce and other canning; desserts; ranching; quilting; horses. [Mono, left channel only. Lots of bumping into the microphone on side A. Some overload on tape (especially during last few minutes of side A). Often difficult to hear interviewer. Tail of side A and top and tail of side B cut off.]
18 July 1985
Item 4: ACE003 (side A): (D): Interview with Betty Kimber at her home in Grouse Creek
Side A Duration: 0:47:38
Topics include: foodways in Malta, Idaho and Grouse Creek; chili sauce; venison; family reunions; isolation; community cooperation; significant local sites. [Loud hum on tape. Mono, left channel only. Occasional overload on tape. Tail cut off.]
19 July 1985
Item 5: ACE003 (side B): (D): Interview with Marge Thompson at her home in Grouse Creek (pt. 1)
Side A Duration: 0:47:37
Topics include: gender roles while growing up: "corral talk"; foodways: chili sauce, desserts, canning. [Mono, left channel only. Squeaking noise and strange distortion at the beginning. Some overload on tape. Loud hum on tape.]
19 July 1985
Item 6: ACE004: (D): Interview with Marge Thompson at her home in Grouse Creek (pt. 2)
Total Duration: 00:44:30
Topics include: wedding dances; writing and reciting poetry and readings; recitation of several original poems; 50th wedding anniversaries; use of school house and church over years. [Mono, left channel only on tape. Overload on tape. Very loud hum on tape, sometimes difficult to hear voices. Top cut off.]
19 July 1985
1 2 Hal Cannon Cassette Tape Log
(1 item)
(folder 020)
Item 1: AHC001: (C): Interview with Doug Tanner driving from Grouse Creek to Cotton Thomas Basin to herd cows
Total Duration: 00:30:36
Topics include: ranching: herding cows; BLM: leasing land; changes to community over years; hunting; recreation: rodeo; pedigree of a cowboy. [Mono, right channel only. Top and tail cut off.]
19 July 1985
1 3 Tom Carter Cassette Tape Log
(15 items)
(folder 021)
Item 1: ATC001: (C): Interview with Verna Kimber Richardson, Winfred Kimber, Val Richardson at Winfred Kimber home in GC
Total duration: 01:02:53
Topics include: conversation about early LDS church associations and traditions (Carol Edison also interviewing)(Transcript of interview with Winfred Kimber at his home on 9 July 1984, regarding Mr. Kimber's life and history of Grouse Creek also included, however tape could not be found) [Right channel only, mono. Wind noise on tape. All tops and tails cut off.]
2 July 1985
Item 2: ATC002: (C): side A : Interview with Marge and Hugh Thompson (pt. 1)
Total duration: 00:29:11
Topics include: religion (LDS); family celebrations; baseball; poetry. [Mono, right channel only. Background talking on tape. Top and tail cut off.]
9 July 1985
Item 3: ATC003: (C): Interview with Marge and Hugh Thompson (pt. 2)
Total duration: 01:03:51
No log provided, this is the first part of the interview, second part on cassette tape ATC002 side A. [Mono, left channel only. Some overload on tape. Top of side A and tail of side B cut off.]
9 July 1985
Item 4: ATC004: (C): Interview with Max Tanner on trip to "West Mountain (pt. 1) (Hal Cannon also interviewing)
Total duration: 01:01:40
Topics include: country to the Nevada side of Grouse Creek (where Max's range was and where the Tanner's have traditionally kept their cows); local places and events; Grouse Creek life and history (Cassette tapes ATC: 004-008 are continuation of interview started on reel-to reel tape RHC-012.) [Some overload on tape. Tops and tails cut off.]
" 11 July 1985
Item 5: ATC005: (C): Interview with Max Tanner on trip to "West Mountain (pt. 2)
Total duration: 01:03:52
Topics include: life and history of the area; local place names and customs. [Mono, right channel only. Tops and tails cut off.]
" 11 July 1985
Item 6: ACE006: (C): Interview with Max Tanner on trip to "West Mountain" (pt. 3)
Total duration: 01:03:42
Topics include: deer hunting; branding; weather; Gamble Ranch; mining; wild horses; place names.[Mono, right channel only. Tops and tails cut off except side B tail.]
" 11 July 1985
Item 7: ATC007: (C): Interview with Max Tanner on trip to "West Mountain" (pt. 4)
Total duration: 01:03:36
Topics include: mustangs; foreigners; guns; water; livestock; corrals; Utah Construction camp. [Extremely right heavy. Little pops/clicks on tape. Sounds like they are driving. Top and tail of side A cut off, tail of side B cut off.]
" 11 July 1985
Item 8: ACE008: (C): Interview with Max Tanner on trip to "West Mountain" (pt. 5)
Total duration: 00:59:35
Topics include: Nevada cowboys; relationship between GC and ranches like the Gamble, Trout Creek; law of the range; Mormon and non-Mormon tension; cowboys and Mormons; cowboy code; stockman and rancher; local places; music and songs; land division; Valison Tanner (Max's grandfather); school. [Top and tail of side A cut off. Mono, right channel only.]
" 11 July 1985
Item 9: ATC009: (C): Interview with Oren Kimber and Opel Kimber on drive to "East Mountain," above GC (pt. 1)
Total duration: 01:04:06
Topics include: local places and history; South Ingham Canyon and Pine Creek (where Kimber's ranched). [The first 7 minutes of side A is mono, right channel only. The remainder of the tape is mono, left channel only. Some pops, clicks, and crackles on tape. 15 seconds dropout at 4:40 on Side A. Tail of side B cut off.]
18 July 1985
Item 10: ATC010: (C): Interview with Oren Kimber and Opal Kimber on drive to "East Mountain," above GC (pt. 2)
Total duration: 01:02:46
Topics include: girl on the range; women's life on the range; Indians; younger Grouse Creek residents ride but don't cowboy; distinctions between Mormons and cowboys; repping; shortage of women in GC; logging in Pine Creek Canyon; deer hunting and Deer Hunter's Ball; LDS Bishop more than a church leader; foodways. [Tops and tails cut off. Mono, left channel only. Pops, clicks on tape. Some little dropouts on tape. 7 second dropout at 3:21 on side A.]
18 July 1985
Item 11: ATC011: (C): Interview with Oren Kimber and Opal Kimber on drive to "East Mountain," above GC (pt. 3)
Total duration: 00:31:51
Topics include: sage tea; injuries to cowboys; weather; "rodeers" and round-ups; branding; fences: stockade, pole, buck; farming; house plans [This tape had trouble rewinding. Overload on tape. Muffled sound. Lots of rumbling/wind noise on tape. Some pops and little dropouts on tape. Mono, left channel only. Tail cut off.]
18 July 1985
Item 12: ATC012: (C): Interview with Doug Tanner
Total duration: 01:03:57
Topics include: cowboy tradition; seasonal activities; gear. [Extremely low levels on tape (especially beginning of side A). Tops and tails cuts off.]
28 January 1986
Item 13: ATC013: (C): Interview with Max Tanner
Topics include: transportation; fencing; hired man; irrigation; grazing; codes of range; haying; skills; gear; horses and corrals. [Snap, cracke, pops on tape. Machine hum on tape. Tops and tails cut off.]
1 January 1986
Item 14: ATC014: (C): Interview with Oren Kimber at his home in Grouse Creek
Total duration: 00:41:48
Topics include: irrigation techniques. [Lots of little pops, clicks, crackles on tape. Top and tail of both sides cut off.]
30 January 1986
Item 15: ATC015: (D):: Meeting with project fieldworkers
Total duration: 01:34:28
No log provided. [Overload on tape. Top and tail of both sides cut off.]
15 July 1985
2 Cassette Tapes
GCCS ACE001 through ACE004, GCCS AHC001; GCCS ATC001 through ATC012
3 Cassette Tapes
GCCS ATC013 through ATC015

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SERIES V:   IMAGES AND LOGS

Color images (including slides, color transparencies, and reference fiche) and reference logs and black and white images (including negatives and contact sheets) and logs. Color images are grouped first by photographer within the group for color (C), and then ordered sequentially with sheet numbers (beginning with one for each fieldworker), and individual slide number. Black and white images are group first by photographer with in the group for black and white (B), and then ordered with a sheet number created for this project, and individual negative numbers. Duplicate slides are noted in the log and housed at the end of the box housing the original image(s).

Container(s)
Description
Dates
SUB-SERIES A: Color Images (Transparencies: slides and 2 1/4 negatives) and Logs
(9 boxes)
1985.
Box
Folder
1 1 Carol Edison Color Transparency Logs
23 sheets original images, 1 sheet duplicate images
(folder 022)
July 1985
CCE001:: Various views of Grouse Creek
Slides 1-5 : Views of Grouse Creek from hill south of town, panning from left to right
Slide 6: northeastwardly view of town from hill behind homes with school on left
Slides 7-10: eastward view from hill behind, homes form left to right
Slide 11: southward view from hill behind homes, from left to right
Slide 12: southward view from the hill behind homes toward Paskett cabin and the LDS Ward Ranch
Slide 13: view of the Dugway from the south
Slides 14-16: view from rodeo grounds southward
Slides 17-18: view northward from Hattie Tanner's place
Slides 19-20: view eastward from Hattie Tanner's to rodeo grounds
CCE002: Stone quarry; hay fields; house and hay derrick in Etna
Slides 1-4: road northward from town toward quarry
Slides 5-10: views of quarry
Slide 11: view from quarry southward toward ward ranch
Slides 12-14: hay fields on east side of highway north of town
Slides 15-17: hay fields in Etna
Slide 18: hay derrick in Etna
Slides 19-20: old stone Warburton house in Etna
CE003: Co-op; school; LDS Ward Ranch; Alan & Louis Tanner corrals
Slides 1-3: Grouse Creek Co-op store
Slides 4-5: rock salt piled behind the store
Slide 6: Grouse Creek School
Slide 7: closeup of stonework on the school
Slide 8: Simplot (corporation) ranch sign
Slides 9-11: fields of the Grouse Creek Ward ranch adjacent the quarry road
Slide 12: ward ranch fence
Slide 13: ward ranch field
Slides 14-15: ward ranch corral
Slides 16-17: ward ranch horseshoeing equipment
Slides 18-20: Alan and Louis Tanner town corrals
CCE004: Paskett cabin; Alan and Louis Tanner corrals; A. N. Tanner house
Slides 1-4: exterior of old Paskett cabin
Slide 5: interior of old Paskett cabin
Slides 6-13: Alan and Louis Tanner corrals north of town
Slides 14-17: exterior of A.N. Tanner house
Slides 18-20: interior of A.N. Tanner house
CCE005: Grouse Creek Cemetery
Slide 1: benches in cemetery, originally used in church and later used in cemetery for Memorial Day programs
Slide 2: view from northwest corner toward center of cemetery
Slides 3-4: graves along the western boundary
Slides 5-8: scraped, mounded earth graves
Slide 9: grave with cement curb
Slide 10: yardscape type ornamentation in new section
Slide 11-15: graves found in northwest section and identified as "Indian" graves
Slide 16: imported marble headstone and footstone with bases of locally quarried stone
Slide 17: custom epitaph on imported stone: G. Catlin grave
Slide 18: imported stone: B.D. Catlin grave
Slide 19: G. Catlin sone, wooden cross and Mormon military marker
Slide 20: closeup of Mormon military marker, made in 20 century with Angel Gabriel to commemorate 19th century service
CCE006: Grouse Creek Cemetery
Slides 1-2: hand carved, imported head and footstones with Mormon temple on headstone
Slide 3: hand caved, imported headstone with Mormon temple: L. Richins grave
Slides 4-5: W. and S. Betteridge graves marked with petrified wood
Slides 6-8: sandblasted, double gravestone with LDS temple: E. & D. Tanner (pre-need for wife), names of children on backside
Slides 9-10: sandblasted, double gravestone: A. & E. Kimber (pre-need for wife), names of children on backside
Slides 11-12: sandblasted, double gravestone with LDS Temple: V. & H. Tanner (pre-need for husband), names of children on back
Slides 13-14: gravestone carved with pneumatic tools: G. & C. & L. Ballingham (polygamist), names of children on backside
Slide 15: sandblasted, double gravestone with covered wagon: M. & A. Richins (pre-need for wife)
Slide 16: sandblasted, double gravestone with LDS Temple: M. & D Toyn
Slide 17: sandblasted, double gravestone with book of life: O. & W. Kimber
Slide 18: sandblasted gravestone with deer: E. Harris
Slide 19: sandblasted gravestone with riderless horse: G. Roberts
Slide 20: gravestone: SLIDE MISSING
CCE007: Old Frost homestead
Slide 1: entrance to old Frost Ranch
Slides 2-3: handmade gate
Slides 4-6: closeup of gate construction
Slide 7: gate viewed from interior of corral
Slides 8-12: loading chute
Slides 13-14: view eastward toward creek from Frost lane
Slide 15: dry, west irrigation ditch inside Frost place
Slide 16-20: south side of cabin from back to front
CCE008: Old Frost cabin
Slides 1-2: animal shelter on south end of cabin
Slide 3: interior of animal shelter
Slides 4-5: closeup of ax work on interior log walls of shelter
Slide 6: front view of cabin's living quarters
Slide 7: closeup of doorway and roof
Slide 8: front view of cabin's living quarters
Slide 9: notching on the northeast corner
Slide 10: closeup of the north side
Slides 11-12: View of the north side
Slide 13: closeup of the cellar at northwest corner
Slide 14: closeup of stonework on cellar exterior
Slide 15: dirt roof over cellar at northwest corner
Slides 16-17: view of northwest corner of cabin along fence line
Slide 18: view from cabin northeastward along fence line
Slides 19-20: backside (westside) of cabin
CCE009: Old Frost homestead; root cellar; post office
Slides 1: cattle at old Frost cabin
Slide 2: log granary along north fence of homestead
Slide 3: closeup of notching on granary
Slide 4: holding pen and barn
Slide 5: closeup of barn roof
Slide 6: closeup of notching on barn
Slide 7-9: roof construction, northeast corner of barn
Slide 10: closeup outbuilding roof: SLIDE MISSING
Slide 11: Kenna & Melvin Tanner root cellar and silos
Slide 12: closeup of Grouse Creek Post Office sign
Slides 13-20: miscellaneous structures in Grouse Creek: SLIDES MISSING
CCE010: Ella & Delbert Tanner home; Ella Tanner canning raspberries; Ella & Delbert Tanner family reunion (copy photos)
Slide 1: Ella Tanner with canned fruit
Slides 2-3: Ella Tanner canning raspberries in her kitchen
Slide 4: exterior of Tanner home
Slide 5: living room at E. Tanner home
Slide 6: kitchen at Tanner home
Slide 7: view down into root cellar
Slide 8-9: canned raspberries cooling
Slide 10: funnel used to fill jars for cold-pack canning
Slide 11: raspberries from Brigham City area waiting to be canned
Slides 12-13: (left to right) bread and butter pickles, chili sauce, dill pickles, mustard pickles, sweet pickle relish
Slide 14: home canned crab apples (left) and raspberries (right)
Slide 15: duplicate photo of Ella Tanner and family at last family reunion (Ella Tanner collection)
Slide 16: duplicate photo of barbeque at Tanner family reunion (Ella Tanner collection)
Slide 17: duplicate photo of foot race at Tanner family reunion (Ella Tanner collection)
Slide 18: duplicate photo of Grouse Creek Orchestra (Ella Tanner collection)
Slides 19-20: duplicate photo of Grouse Creek Band (Ella Tanner collection): SLIDES MISSING
CCE011: Melissa Tanner; Kenna & Brent Tanner; women's handiwork
Slides 1-2: Melissa Tanner with her crocheted afghans
Slide 3: closeup of crocheted afghan
Slide 4: crocheted afghan on tricot bedspread
Slide 5: quilted tricot queen-sized bedspread
Slides 6-7: closeups of tricot bedspread, center panel
Slide 8: quilted tricot queen-sized bedspread
Slide 9: closeup of quilted rose in center panel of bedspread
Slide 10: back (light blue) and front (dark blue) of quilted tricot
Slide 11: Kenna tanner
Slide 12: Kenna & Brent Tanner (son) with pieced quilt top, lone star design
Slide 13: closeup of pieced lone star quilt top
Slide 14: Kenna & Brent Tanner (son) with crocheted afghan
Slides 15-16 : Kenna Tanner's twin-sized tied camp quilt, with closeup
Slides 17-18 : pieced log cabin design quilted bedspread, with closeup
Slide 19-20: pieced butterfly design quilt, with closeup
CCE012: Milt Oman breaking a horse in the roadside corral near rodeo grounds
Slides 1-12: walking the horse so he gets used to the saddle
Slides 13-20: mounting, riding the sometimes bucking horse
CCE013: Max & Melissa Tanner; Kathleen, Toni & Tami Tanner; working on 4th of July float
Slides 1-3: sign on Co-op door advertising July 4th celebration
Slides 4-5: cutting grass along parade route
Slides 6-7: preparation of rodeo grounds
Slides 8-9: out-of-town visitors watch float construction by current residents at Max & Melissa tanners' home
Slides 10: Kathleen & Toni Tanner work on the float
Slides 11: Max Tanner's sister-in-law(?) & Tami Tanner work on the float
Slides 12: Tami Tanner poses near sagebrush and flag decorations
Slides 13-17: local riders herd in stock for rodeo
Slides 18-20: local riders try out the newly prepared grounds
CCE014: Ella Tanner; Herbert Tanner; Winfred Tanner; 4th of July community breakfast and parade
Slides 1-2: flags flying on the U.S. Post Office
Slide 3: sleeping bags of out-of-town visitors who camped out
Slide 4: cars of visitors staying with Max & Melissa Tanner
Slide 5: Burley (Idaho) Arts Council peels potatoes for breakfast
Slide 6: folklorist Tom Carter prepares to photograph serving line
Slide 7: cooks prepare and serve pancakes and sausage
Slide 8: young girl in breakfast line
Slide 9: breakfast takes place on schoolyard lawn
Slide 10: young buckaroo enjoys breakfast
Slides 11-12: women and men visit with each other during event
Slides 13-14: teenaged riders lead parade with U.S. and Utah flags
Slide 15: children ride decorated bikes in the parade
Slides 16-17: trucks and three wheelers pull trailers with kids
Slide 18: 4-H Club float features sheep
Slide 19: truck carries Grouse Creek seniors: Ella Tanner, Herbert Tanner & Winfred Kimber; proclaims "G.C.'s Best"
Slide 20: float with sagebrush and flags made by K. Tanner and kids
CCE015: Doug Tanner; Archie Toyn; Kathleen, Tami & Thomas Tanner; 4th of July parade and variety show
Slide 1: Kathleen Tanner float carrying kids and sign "Our Best Crop"
Slide 2: kids on horseback in parade
Slide 3: community gathers after parade at school
Slide 4: equestrian flagbearers after parade
Slide 5: Bishop Doug Tanner welcomes audience to variety show
Slide 6: folklorists Tom Carter and Hal Cannon play (upon special request) in the variety show
Slides 7-8: performance, both on and off stage, by cloggers from Salt Lake City
Slide 9: vocal solo by Archie Toyn
Slide 10: musical trio of local boys
Slides 11-12: audience watching performance
Slide 13: Doug & Kathleen Tanner and children
Slide 14: audience member videotapes variety show
Slide 15: Thomas & Tami Tanner with unidentified friends
Slide 16: Thomas Tanner
Slides 17-18: special presentation of flowers to those who'd lost family members to war
Slides 19-20: vocal number by Grouse Creek School children
CCE016: Rodeo sign up; children's dance; noon meal; games on school lawn
Slide 1: children's dance, with king and queen of the dance
Slides 2-4: children's dance: bunny hop
Slides 5-7: visiting and relaxing on the lawn
Slides 8-10: family and friends share noon meal on the lawn
Slides 11-13: buckaroos signing up to participate in rodeo
Slides 14, 15: concession (fish pond) for children
Slides 16, 17: softball and riding horses after meal
Slides 18-20: softball game: SLIDES MISSING
CCE017 : 4th of July rodeo
(Duplicate Slides: 2, 3, 4, 5, 10, 16, 17, 20)
Slide 1: rodeo flagbearer
Slides 2-10: team roping
Slides 11-14: bull riding
Slides 15-18: bronc riding
Slides 19-20: calf roping
CCE018 : 4th of July rodeo
Slides 1-5: calf roping
Slides 6-14: rodeo spectators lined up along fence
Slide 15: older spectators watching rodeo from across the highway in front of Hattie Tanner's home while visiting
Slide 16: teenaged girls on horseback
Slides 17-18: older spectators visiting
Slide 19-20: highway from the rodeo
CCE019: wedding reception for Brian & JoLene (K. Hill) Thompson, son of Marge & Hugh Thompson, held at LDS Church 4 July 1985
Slides 1-5: wedding line
Slides 6-7: brother of the bride videotaping reception
Slides 8-10: wedding quilt made by Marge Thompson
Slide 11: wedding cake
Slides 12-13: refreshment table
Slides 14-15: young girls with aprons serving refreshments
Slides 16-20: women in kitchen preparing refreshments and cleaning up afterwards
CCE020: Doug Tanner Ranch (old Max Tanner ranch); interior decoration
Slides 1-5: westward view of approach to Doug Tanner ranch
Slides 6-9: cut and welded metal ranch gate, made by CA welder
Slide 10: ranch house and stock truck
Slide 11: view of hay fields from kitchen sink
Slides 12-13: Doug Tanner's stock truck
Slides 14-16: bunkhouse with detail of corner notching and brands
Slide 17: interior of living rom with Doug's chair
Slides 18: display on living room wall of the Ogden LDS Temple, a child's handprint, and Mormon prophet: Spencer W. Kimball
Slide 19: counted cross stitch plaque with poem
Slide 20: photos of family members
CCE021: Kathleen Tanner and children preparing noon meals (two occasions)
Slide 1: Kathleen Tanner at kitchen sink
Slides 2-3: Kathleen Tanner cutting roast beef and pork for serving
Slide 4: Angie (l) and Kathleen Tanner with dough for donuts
Slide 5: Kathleen Tanner serving mashed potatoes with donuts in front
Slide 6: Kathleen Tanner putting mashed potatoes in bowl
Slide 7: Kathleen Tanner at sink, Angie at stove and Amy Tanner cutting salad
Slide 8: Amy Tanner using mixer
Slide 9: Angie Tanner at stove; Amy Tanner cutting salad
Slide 10: Kathleen Tanner instructing Amy Tanner while Angie Tanner works behind them
Slide 11: Angie Tanner at stove; Amy Tanner at counter
Slide 12: Angie Tanner stirring and heating something
Slide 13: Amy Tanner preparing salad
Slide 14: (l to r) Kathleen, Terry, Angie, Tami and Toni Tanner
Slides 15-16: Terry Tanner (l) and Angie Tanner shredding cheese for tacos
Slide 17: (l to r) Kathleen, Terry and Tami Tanner
Slides 18-19: table: mashed potatoes, gravy, roast beef & pork, pickled beets, chili sauce, beet jelly, butter, green beans & coleslaw
Slide 20: Angie Tanner holding the baby, Trisha Tanner
CCE022: Doug & Kathleen Tanner children; Max Tanner and brother; Winfred Kimber; Marge & Hugh Thompson
Slides 1-2: Tami Tanner
Slides 3-4: Trisha (baby) and Toni Tanner
Slides 5-9: Thomas Tanner
Slides 10: Angie Tanner
Slide 11: Max Tanner with granddaughter, Trisha Tanner (daughter of Doug & Kathleen Tanner)
Slides 12-13: Max Tanner
Slide 14: Max Tanner and his brother from Brigham City, UT
Slide 15: Max Tanner's brother
Slides 16-17: Winfred Kimber
Slides 18-19: Marge & Hugh Thompson at their dining room table
Slide 20: display of religious books & family photos in Thompson living room
CCE023: Interviewing W. Kimber & M. Tanner; documenting Independence Day; Fieldworkers; Frost homestead
Slide 1: (l to r) (?), Verna Kimber, Debbie Randall, Winfred Kimber at old Frost homestead
Slide 2: (l to r) Winfred Kimber, Carl Fleischhauer, Tom carter, at Frost homestead
Slides 3-5 : Tom Carter interviewing Winfred Kimber at Frost homestead
Slides 6-9: Debbie Randall & Tom Carter measuring cabin at old Frost homestead
Slide 10: Tom Carter drawing old Frost cabin
Slides 11-12: Tom Carter & Debbie Randall measuring fence surrounding Frost place
Slide 13: Tom Carter photographing details of cabin construction
Slides 14-17 : Hal Cannon interviewing Max Tanner and his brother
Slide 18: Debbie Randall interviewing community & visitors on Independence Day celebration
Slide 19: (l to r) Carl Fleischhauer, Tom Carter & Hal Cannon in front of school at the Independence Day picnic
Slide 20: Hal Cannon with camera equipment
1 2 Carl Fleischhauer Color Transparency Logs
26 sheets original images, 1 sheet duplicate images
(folder 023)
July 1985 & August 1988,
CCF001: Fieldwork equipment; scenic views; Steven Kimber haying 2 July 1985
Slides 1-3: at the Utah Folk Arts Program office: fieldwork equipment from DC: tape recorders, cameras, computer, supplies
Slides 4-6: at the north end of the Grouse Creek Valley, view south with cattle in foreground
Slides 7-8: Steve Kimber haying in the field east of the house toward the creek
Slides 9-10: Tom Carter and Steve Kimber
Slides 11-14: picking up hay bales with the bale wagon, some with old Frost place in background
Slides 15-16: dropping the stack of bales on the west side of the former Frost outbuilding
Slide 17: the alignment string (old baling twine) nailed to the ground, used by Steve Kimber to back the bale wagon in place
Slides 18-19: old sled, piled high with used baling twine
CCF002: Louis Tanner; old Frost place; fieldwork headquarters house 2, 3 July 1985
Slides 1-2: Louis Tanner and friend load an Angus bull to move
Slides 3-5: Louis Tanner
Slides 6-8: Louis Tanner & Tom Carter
Slides 9-13: looking down into the head of the valley from the road to the north (evening light)
Slides 14-16: same site as slides 9-13, with telephoto lense, view toward the west
Slides 17-20: (next morning) fieldwork headquarters house, railroad tie outbuilding behind the barn 3 July 1985.
CCF003:: Fieldwork headquarters house; Old Frost place; Co-op store 3 July 1985
Slides 1-2: fieldwork headquarters house from the front, Tom Carter's vehicle
Slides 3-8: looking west, down the hill at the old Frost place
Slides 9-10: looking north from the old Frost place
Slides 11-17: inside and outside shots of community Co-op store, including poster for Fourth of July celebration on door
CCF004:: Rhea & Archie Toyn; post office 3, 4 July 1985
Slides 1-3: Recording session at the Toyn's home: Rhea & Archie Toyn, Hal cannon
Slides 4-5: Rhea's deceased mother's shoe (she had polio), displayed on a shelf in the living room (set near window for photos)
Slides 6-8: Rhea & Archie Toyn
Slides 9-12: Next morning: views by early morning light (moon still visible) from headquarters house 4 July 1985.
Slides 13-14: post office
Slides 15-18: Posters on P.O. door, including one for fourth of July celebrations
CCF005: Co-op store; stone barn; townscape 4 July 1985
Slides 1-4: Townscapes
Slides 5-6: townscapes with corrals and animal pens
Slides 7-8: Co-op store
Slides 9-15: stone barn
CCF006: Frost house; Doug Tanner ranch 4 July 1985
Slides 1-15: The old log house at the old Frost place, with dirt roof
Slide 16: Tom Carter, Kathleen Tanner & Carol Edison in the kitchen after dinner at the Doug and Kathleen Tanner home
Slides 17-18: Doug and Kathleen Tanner daughters eating dinner (after adults), Kathleen Tanner and Tom Carter in background
CCF007: Doug Tanner ranch 4 July 1985
Slides 1-4: looking at the Tanner ranchstead and house from hill to the east
Slides 5-10: view of southwest of house, looking down on the house, yard, ranch
Slides 11-12: from same spot, looking toward valley
Slides 13-18: Doug Tanner interviewed by Hal Cannon, with Nagra tape recorder in foreground
Slides 19-20: Doug Tanner
CCF008: Doug & Kathleen Tanner family; Fletcher house 4 July 1985
Slides 1-3: portrait of Doug Tanner family
Slides 4-19: Fletcher house, including inside and outside images
CCF009: Tanner National Registry house 4 July 1985
Slides 1-3: Tanner house on the national registry
Slides 4-5: scene of valley
Slides 6-10: Tanner National Register house
Slides 11-15: Mormon hay stacker or hay derrick, located on main road outside town
Slides 16-17: fieldwork team on 4th of July picnic (l to r) H. Cannon, T. Carter, C. Edison, D. Randall, C. Fleischhauer
CCF010: Warren Kimber haying & irrigating; Doug Tanner family 5 July 1985
Slides 1-8: Warren Kimber and son haying
Slides 9-13: water in irrigation ditch
Slides 14-15: dinner table set at Doug & Kathleen Tanner's home: roast beef and pork
CCF011: Foodways at the Doug and Kathleen Tanner home; Jeff Thomas ranch 5 July 1985
Slides 1-10: Kathleen and daughters making donuts
Slides 11-13: Toni frosting walnut squares
Slides 14-18: Jeff Thomas irrigating garden (Tom Carter in slide 16)
Slides 19-20: hot spring on the Thomas place, 100 degree temperature
CCF012: Rock corral; Fletcher house 5 July 1985
Slides 1-7: Jeff Thomas with Tom Carter at the rock corral, used for hunting and dressing deer
Slides 8-9: granite outbuilding at the Thomas place
Slides 10-11: relatively new irrigation system at the Fletcher house
Slides 12-15: Tom Carter at the fieldwork headquarters logging a tape on the Kaypro computer
Slide 16: Carl Fleischhauer's sleeping area in the corner of the office
CCF013: Independence Day Celebration on 6 July 1985
Slide 1: members of the Oakley, ID Arts council, peel potatoes for the lunch while breakfast is served
Slides 2-3: Brice Bedke
Slides 4-5: kids on three-wheelers dive down the road in front of the school
Slides 6-7: the Grouse Creek School building
Slides 8-12 : 4th of July breakfast hosted by the Oakley, Idaho Arts Council
Slides 13-14: people eating at school tables outside
Slides 15-16: man with T-shirt: "My wife--yes; my dog--maybe; my gun--never"
Slides 17-18: Debbie Randall (in red shirt) conducts interviews
Slides 19-20: people eating breakfast at school tables outside
CCF014: Patriotic program at the Independence Day Celebration on 6 July 1985
Slides 1-2: Boy Scout color guard
Slides 3-4: audience sings National Anthem
Slides 5-6: man singing
Slides 7-10: Tom Cater and Hal Cannon perform
Slides 11-17: cloggers
Slides 18-19: school chorus led by teacher
CCF015: Patriotic program & activities at the 4th of July Celebration on 6 July 1985
Slides 1-3: ceremony for veterans
Slides 4-5: line for lunch, served by Oakley Idaho Arts Council
Slides 6-9: children's dance
Slide 10: three girls
Slides 11-12: Nevada buckaroos from Gamble Ranch: (l to r) Hal Bongiovi, Gordon Stanford, Harland Jewett
Slides 13-14: eating lunch and socializing
Slides 15-16: kids' bikes decorated for parade, with hand-painted flag
Slides 17-18: C. Fleischhauer visiting with local man
CCF016: Independence Day Celebration on 6 July 1985
Slides 1-2: signing up for rodeo
Slides 3-6: kids races
Slides 6-9: children's dance
Slides 7-11: Betty Tanner (dark hair with glasses) run fishpond
Slides 12-16: baseball game in playing fields south of school
Slide 13: Meredith Morgan from Orem, UT
Slide 14: Terri Tanner from North Ogden, UT
Slide 15: at first base, pitcher Corey Anderson slides in as John Anderson catches the ball (from Bountiful, UT)
CCF017: Independence Day Rodeo on
(Duplicate Slides: 8, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 16, 18)
6 July 1985
Slides 1-3: racing flags around the arena
Slides 4-7: grand entry
Slides 8-20: images shot from judge/announcer stand; the emcee is Merlin Tanner
Slides 8-11: getting mounted on a saddle bronc
Slide 12: cow riding
Slide 13: saddle bronc comes out of the chute
Slides 14-17: team roping
Slides 18-20: looking over Merlin Tanner's shoulder at saddle bronc riding
CCF018: Independence Day Rodeo on 6 July 1985
Slides 1-2: rigging up
Slides 3-5: folks sitting on fence watching rodeo
Slide 6: man and boy in parking area north of arena
Slide 7: family in parking area north of arena
Slide 8: parking area; boy on the left is Tommy Tanner; man with camera is Hal Cannon
Slide 9: man walking dog in area south of corrals
Slides 10-11: food counter
Slide 12: kids on three-wheelers watch rodeo
Slide 13: calf roping: rider is Doug Tanner
Slide 14: men at gate
Slides 15-18: cow riding
Slides 19-20: crowd along the north fence
CCF019: Brian & JoLene (K. Hill) Thompson wedding reception 6 July 1985
Slides 1-7: Brian and JoLene (K. Hill) Thompson greet guests in receiving line at LDS Church; cake in slides 6-7
Slides 8-9: wide shot of room, guests eat refreshments at tables
Slides 10-14: close-up of Brian and JoLene (K. Hill) Thompson in the receiving line
Slide 15: video documentation of event
Slide 16: parents at of the bride and groom
Slides 17-19: exterior of church
Slide 20: bride and groom
CCF020: Independence Day Celebration Dance, LDS Church building 6 and 7 July 1985;
Slides 1-6: dancing
Slide 7: band: Craig Adams and Apocalypse
Slides 8-9: dancing
Slides 10-20: LDS Church building, some with people on way to Sunday meetings on 7 July 1985
CCF021: Views of Grouse Creek; Old Frost place; Co-op
(2 1/4" transparencies: negatives)
2-3 July 1985
Slides 1-4: view of Grouse Creek area valley
Slides 5-6: looking west, down the hill, at the old Frost place
Slides 7-9: north view of valley
Slides 10-12: interior of Co-op store
CCF022: Co-op; Post Office; views of Grouse Creek
(2 1/4" transparencies: negatives)
3-4 July 1985
Slides 1-2: exterior of Co-op store at noon
Slides 3-5: post office
Slides 6-8: view of town taken from the rodeo arena
Slides 9-10: view of town
Slides 11-12: exterior of Co-op store in morning light
CCF023: Scenic views. Old Frost ranch
(2 1/4" transparencies: negatives)
4 July 1985
Slides 1-2: old log house at the Frost ranch
Slides 2-5: Tanner house on the National Register
Slides 6-7: northwest scene looking west across the valley
CCF024: Delivering the Grouse Creek Collection to the USU Fife Folklore Archives; sorting cattle in the fall 7-8 October 1988
Slides 1-3: delivering the Grouse Creek Collection to the USU Fife Folklore Archives
Slides 4-5: Hugh Thompson and horse
Slides 6-20: sorting cattle in the fall (image 12: Doug Tanner, image 18, 19 Max Tanner)
CCF025: Sorting cattle after roundup in the fall with Max, Doug and Tom Tanner 8 October 1988
Slides 1-5: Doug and Max Tanner rive a group of their cattle a mile north of lot
Slides 6-8: arriving field, cattle enter through gate adjacent to the cattle guard (image 2 of Tom Tanner and friend)
Slides 9-13: Max Tanner and his gear
Slides 14-17: conversation after move; Angie brought soft drinks and candy bars
Slides 18-19: Jay Tanner's new house
Slide 20: sign announcing talk by Tom Carter and Carl Fleischhauer on Grouse Creek Cultural Survey
CCF026: Sorting cattle; Doug Tanner Ranch 8-9 October 1988
Slides 1-4: Angie Tanner with reata
Slide 5: Angie on horseback
Slides 6-7: Jay Tanner and Doug Tanner moving animals back at the lot (Tom Cater in image 6)
Slide 8: Jay Tanner
Slides 9-10: Tom & Angie Tanner and friend loading horses on truck
Slide 11: house and grounds of the Secrist sheep operation
Slide 12: looking east past the Secrist
Slides 13-14: ranch ro the northeast
Slides 15-17: horses in Doug Tanner's field next to the house
Slides 19-20: interior of Doug and Kathleen Tanner's remodeled house
1 3 Debbie Randall Color Transparency Logs
31 sheets original images, 1 sheet duplicate images
(folder 024)
July 1985
CDR001: Grouse Creek Cultural Survey Sites July 1985
Slide 1: Site 2: J. R. Simplot Co., frame barn
Slide 2: Site 2A: metal silo
Slide 3: Site 2B: frame granary
Slide 4: Site 2C: corrals
Slide 5: Site 3: William Paskett house (Simplot is current owner)
Slide 6: Site 3A: mobile home
Slides 7-9: Site 4: Annie Mecham house
Slide 10: Site 4: Annie Mecham house, rear view
Slide 11: Site 4: Annie Mecham house, interior moldings
Slide 12: Site 5: Louis Tanner trailer
Slides 13-14: Site 6: Allen Newman Tanner house
Slide 15: Site 6: Allen Newman Tanner house, rear view
Slide 16: Site 7: Allen Newman Tanner house, interior
Slide 17: Site 6: Allen Newman Tanner house, central passage
Slide 18: Site 6: Allen Newman Tanner house and stone granary
Slides 19-20: Site 6A: stone granary
CDR002: Grouse Creek Cultural Survey Sites July 1985
Slide 1: Site 6A: Allen Newman Tanner stone granary
Slide 2: Site 6A: stone granary, lintel over window
Slides 3-6: Site 7: Allen Raymond Tanner house: SLIDE 4 MISSING
Slide 7: Site 7: Allen Raymond, interior view from front to back door
Slide 8: Site 7B, C, D: root cellar and two outhouses
Slide 9: Site 7C: tie outhouse
Slide 10: Site 7D: frame outhouse
Slide 11: Site 7B: C-root cellar and tie house
Slide 12: Site 7B: root cellar
Slide 13: Site 7, 7B: Allen Raymond Tanner house, rear view and root cellar
Slide 14: Site 7B: root cellar, interior view
Slide 15: Site 7B: root cellar, remains of dirt roof
Slide 16: Site 7A: view of Moroni Tanner cabin and animal shelter
Slides 17-18: Site 7A: Moroni Tanner cabin
Slide 19: Site 7A: Moroni Tanner cabin, rear view
Slide 20: Site 7A: Moroni Tanner cabin, interior
CDR003: Grouse Creek Cultural Survey Sites July 1985
Slides 1-2: Site 7A: Moroni Tanner Cabin, interior
Slides 3-4: Site 7A: Moroni Tanner Cabin, underside
Slides 5-6: Site 7A: Moroni Tanner Cabin, view of logs showing numbers scratched into logs used in the construction of house
Slide 7: Site 7J: Moroni Tanner log animal shelters
Slide 8: Site 7: Tanner outbuildings, outbuildings associated with site 6 & 7
Slide 9: Site 7E: log cabin
Slide 10: Site 7F: log pig pen
Slide 11: Site 7G: log chicken coop
Slide 12: Site 7H2: log and slab open animal shelter
Slide 13: Site 7H1: log and frame machine shed
Slides 14-15: Site 7H3: log and slab open animal shelter
Slides 16-17: Site 7I: corrals
Slide 18: Site 8: Herbert Tanner house
Slide 19: Site 8A: mobile home
CDR004: Grouse Creek Cultural Survey Sites July 1985
Slide 1: Site 9: box Elder Road Department, frame garage
Slide 2: Site 9A: frame garage
Slide 3: Site 9B: sided office
Slide 4: Site 9C: frame outhouse
Slide 5: Site 10: George & Amanda Paskett house (currently Rhea & Archie Toyn house)
Slide 6: Site 10A: tie wash house
Slide 7: Site 10B: sided square cabin moved from near site 15
Slide 8: Site 10C: log outbuilding moved from homestead on hill to the north
Slide 9: Site 10D: plywood outhouse
Slide 10: Site 10E: new log house
Slide 11: Site 10F: metal storage shed
Slide 12: Site 10G: new log storage shed
Slide 13: Site 10H: new log garage
Slide 14: Site 10I: chicken coop
Slide 15: Site 11: mobile home
Slide 16: Site 11A: log outbuildings
Slide 17: Site 12: sided pyramid cottage (currently Marge Thompson's house)
Slide 18: Site 12A: board and batten garage
Slide 19: Site 12B: tie garage
Slide 20: Site 13: BLM Grouse Creek Field Station: complex out of period buildings
CDR005: Grouse Creek Cultural Survey Sites July 1985
Slides 1-3: Site 14: Phillip Paskett house
Slide 4: Site 14: Phillip Paskett house, rear view
Slide 5: Site 14: Phillip Paskett house, interior wall showing
Slide 6: Site 14: Phillip Paskett house, view of roof construction from the interior
Slide 7: Site 14A: log barn
Slide 8: Site 14B: log animal shelter
Slide 9: Site 14C: tie shed
Slide 10: Site 14D: log and slab animal shelter
Slide 11: Site 14E: root cellar
Slide 12: Site 15: Parley Paskett house
Slide 13: Site 15: Parley Paskett house, rear view
Slide 14: Site 15A: aluminum sided storage shed
Slide 15-18: Site 15B: log chicken coop
CDR006: Grouse Creek Cultural Survey Sites July 1985
Slide 1: Site 16: tie cabin from Lucin
Slide 2: Site 16A: tie garage
Slide 3: Site 16B: log barn with attached log animal shelter
Slide 4: Site 16C: frame outhouse
Slide 5: Site 17: Grouse Creek Post Office, from mining town east of Lucin
Slide 6: Site 18: William Charles Kimber house
Slide 7: Site 18A: frame garage
Slide 8: Site 18B: frame pyramid shed
Slide 9: Site 18C: log shed
Slide 10: Site 18D: log, frame and tie sheds
Slide 11: Site 18E: four frame sheds
Slides 12-14: Site 19: Albert F. Richins house
Slide 15: Site 19: Albert F. Richins house, rear view
Slide 16: Site 19: Albert F. Richins house, main entrance
Slide 17: Site 19: Albert F. Richins house, window
Slide 18: Site 19: Albert F. Richins house, view from main
Slide 19: Site 19: Albert F. Richins house, interior door between living room and parlor
Slide 20: Site 19: tie and frame garage
CDR007: Grouse Creek Cultural Survey Sites July 1985
Slide 1: Site 19B: sided chicken coop
Slide 2: Site 19C: frame outhouse
Slide 3: Site 19D: tie shed
Slides 4-5: Site 20: rodeo grounds
Slide 6: Site 21: stone tithing granary
Slide 7: Site 22: Amanda Tanner house (currently Winfred Kimber house)
Slide 8: Site 22A: frame garage
Slide 9: Site 22B: metal garage
Slide 10: Site 22C: tie cabin from Lucin
Slide 11: Site 22D: board and batten shed
Slide 12: Site 22E: frame outhouse
Slide 13: Site 23: Joseph S. Barlow house (currently Milt Oman house)
Slide 14: Site 23A: tie garage
Slides 15-16: Site 23B: frame garage
Slide 17: Site 23D: tie shed
Slide 18: Site 24: Lawrence C. Kimber house
Slide 19: Site 24A: tie garage
Slide 20: Site 24B: frame outhouse
CDR008: Grouse Creek Cultural Survey Sites July 1985
Slide 1: Site 24C: Lawrence C. Kimber tie shed
Slide 2: Site 24D: log and frame shed
Slide 3: Site 25: Doug Wakefield mobile home
Slide 4: Site 25A: mobile home
Slides 5-6: Site 25B: Milas Wakefield house
Slide 7: Site 25B: Milas Wakefield house, rear view
Slide 8: Site 25C: log animal shelter
Slide 9: Site 25D: log outbuilding
Slide 10: Site 25E: frame outhouse
Slide 11: Site 26: Milas Wakefield Store (currently Grouse Creek Co-op)
Slide 12: Site 26A: tie garage
Slide 13: Site 26B: metal silo
Slide 14: Site 27: Max Melissa Tanner house
Slide 15: Site 27A: frame shed
Slide 16: Site 28: Almie Richins house
Slide 17: Site 28A: mobile home
Slide 18: Site 28B: frame outbuilding
Slide 19: Site 28C: frame garage
Slide 20: Site 28D: board and batten shed
CDR009: Grouse Creek Cultural Survey Sites July 1985
Slide 1: Site 28E: root cellar
Slide 2: Site 28F: metal and frame sheds
Slide 3: Site 28G: tie shed
Slide 4: Site 29: William C. Betteridge house
Slide 5: Site 29A: metal sided storage building moved from school
Slide 6: Site 29B: E-metal silos and root cellar
Slide 7: Site 29C: inside out frame granary
Slide 8: Site 29D: log and frame shed complex
Slide 9: Site 30: Grouse Creek School
Slide 10: Site 30A: stone carriage house
Slide 11: Site 31: Grouse Creek LDS Ward (church) house
Slide 12: Site 32: deteriorated tie house
Slide 13: Site 32A: frame outhouse
Slides 14-15: Site 33: Thomas Toyn house
Slide 16: Site 33A: Thomas Toyn house, rear addition
Slide 17: Site 33A: log outbuildings
Slide 18: Site 33B: ruins of stone barn
Slides 19-20: Site 34: Albert J. Ballingham house
CDR010: Grouse Creek Cultural Survey Sites July 1985
Slide 1: Site 34: frame garage
Slide 2: Site 34B: root cellar
Slide 3: Site 34C: frame shed
Slides 4-5: Site 34D: log cabin
Slide 6: Site 34E: frame outhouse
Slide 7: Site 35: Arthur R. Richins house (currently Steven Kimber house)
Slide 8: Site 35A: root cellar
Slide 9: Site 35B: frame outhouse
Slide 10: Site 35C: tie sheds
Slide 11: Site 35D: tie sheds
Slide 12: Site 35E: log animal shelters
Slide 13: Site 36: altered tie garage
Slide 14: Site 36B: frame outhouse
Slide 15: Site 36B: tie barn
Slide 16: Site 36C: tie chicken coop
Slide 17: Site 36D: root cellar
Slide 18: Site 36E: frame shed
Slide 19: Site 36E: board and batten shed
Slide 20: Site 36G: frame shed
CDR011: Grouse Creek Cultural Survey Sites July 1985
Slide 1: Site 37: William J. Cook house (currently Raida Kimber house)
Slide 2: Site 37A: frame shed from Lucin
Slide 3: Site 37B: frame shed
Slide 4: Site 37C: tie shed
Slide 5: Site 37D: tie shed
Slide 6: Site 37E: frame tack shed
Slide 7: Site 38: Joseph B. Lee house
Slide 8: Site 38A: mobile home
Slide 9: Site 38B: plywood outhouse
Slide 10: Site 38C: frame chicken coop
Slide 11: Site 38D: log barn
Slide 12: Site 39: ruin of frame house
Slide 13: Site 39A: ruin of root cellar
Slide 14: Site 40: Charles Kimber house
Slide 15: Site 40: Charles Kimber house, rear view
Slide 16: Site 40A: ruin of frame house
Slide 17: Site 40B: frame outhouse
Slide 18: Site 40C: log outbuildings
Slide 19: Site 40D: log outbuildings
Slide 20: Site 40E: H-board and batten barn adn chicken coop
CDR012: Grouse Creek Cultural Survey Sites July 1985
Slide 1: Site 40F: Charles Kimber complex: tie animal shelter
Slide 2: Site 40G: frame garage
Slide 3: Site 40I: metal silo
Slide 4: Site 40J: Ogden State Bank frame storage shed
Slides 5-6: Site 41: James Cook house, southwest corner
Slides 7-8: Site 41: James Cook house, northeast corner
Slide 9: Site 41: James Cook house, southeast corner
Slide 10: Site 41: James Cook house, north facade
Slide 11: Site 41: James Cook house, cellar entrance
Slide 12: Site 41: James Cook house, parlor door
Slide 13: Site 41: board and batten storage shed
Slide 14: Site 41B: board and batten outhouse
Slide 15: Site 41C: board and batten chicken coop
Slide 16: Site 41D: log and tie animal shelter
Slide 17: Site 42: Hugh Roberts house
Slide 18: Site 42A: log cabin moved from site 49
Slide 19: Site 42B: frame house
Slide 20: Site 42C: deteriorated tie outbuilding
CDR013: Grouse Creek Cultural Survey Sites July 1985
Slide 1: Site 42D: Hugh Roberts complex: deteriorated tie animal shelter
Slide 2: Site 44: Grouse Creek Cemetery
Slide 3: Site 44: Charles and Ellen Toyn house, west facade
Slide 4: Site 44: Charles and Ellen Toyn house, south facade
Slide 5: Site 44A: tie shed
Slide 6: Site 44B: tie barn
Slides 7-8: Site 45: John Hadfield, Sr., house
Slide 9: Site 45: John Hadfield, Sr., house, rear view
Slide 10: Site 45: John Hadfield, Sr., house, entrance
Slide 11: Site 45: John Hadfield, Sr., house, front window
Slide 12: Site 45: John Hadfield, Sr., house, interior
Slide 13: Site 45A: slab animal shelter and corral
Slide 14: Site 46: ruins of Phillip Paskett/Lorenzo Richins house
Slide 15: Site 46A: log outbuildings
Slide 16: Site 46B: slab animal shelter
Slide 17: Site 46C: remains of demolished log outbuildings
Slide 18: Site 47: Frank Dale house (currently Brian Blanthorn house)
Slide 19: Site 47A: tie garage
Slide 20: Site 47B: frame shed
CDR014: Grouse Creek Cultural Survey Sites July 1985
Slide 1: Site 47C: Frank Dale complex: frame shed
Slide 2: Site 47D: tie barn
Slide 3: Site 47E: metal silo
Slide 4: Site 47F: tie and frame animal shelter
Slide 5: Site 48: mobile home
Slide 6: Site 48A: Charles Kimber store/E.C. Betteridge house
Slide 7: Site 48B: William C. Betteridge house, southwest corner
Slide 8: Site 48B: William C. Betteridge house, northeast corner
Slide 9: Site 48C: board and batten outhouse
Slide 10: Site 48D: metal shelter
Slide 11: Site 48E: log barn
Slide 12: Site 48F: log animal shelter
Slide 13: Site 48G: tie outbuilding
Slides 14-15: Site 49: George A. Blanthorn stone animal shelter
Slide 16: Site 49A: stone foundation
Slide 17: Site 49B: hay derrick
Slide 18: Site 50: William Shaw house, west facade
Slide 19: Site 50: William Shaw house, southeast facade
Slide 20: Site 50A: log and slab animal shelter
CDR015: Grouse Creek Cultural Survey Sites July 1985
Slide 1: Site 50B: William Shaw complex: ruin of log animal
Slide 2: Site 51A: Dave Douglas house
Slide 3: Site 51A: metal garage
Slide 4: Site 51B: frame outhouse
Slide 5: Site 51C: frame guest house
Slide 6: Site 52: Edward Frost house
Slide 7: Site 52A: frame outhouse
Slide 8: Site 52B: frame garage
Slide 9: Site 52C: wood shed
Slide 10: Site 52D: root cellar
Slides 11-12: Site 52E: log, frame, tie sheds
Slide 13: Site 52F: log barn with frame addition
Slide 14: Site 52G: frame animal shelter
Slide 15: Site 52H: log bunk house
Slide 16: Site 52I: log granary
Slide 17: Site 52J: original Edward Frost log house
CDR016: Grouse Creek Cultural Survey Sites July 1985
Slide 1: Site 53: Frank LeRoy Frost house
Slide 2: Site 53A: root cellar
Slide 3: Site 53B: frame outhouse
Slide 4: Site 53C: log chicken coop
Slide 5: Site 54: Charles William Kimber, Jr., tie granary
Slide 6: Site 54A: hay derrick
Slide 7: Site 55: Elmer Kimber house (currently Emily Kimber house)
Slide 8: Site 55A: tie shed
Slide 9: Site 55B: tie and frame shed
Slide 10: Site 55C: tie granary
Slide 11: Site 55D: metal silo
Slide 12: Site 55E: log chicken coop
Slide 13: Site 55F: slab animal shelter
Slide 14: Site 55G: tie barn
Slide 15: Site 56: William Ballingham house (currently Oren and Opal Kimber house)
Slide 16: Site 56A: frame outhouse
Slide 17: Site 56B: tie and log equipment shed
Slide 18: Site 56C: log outbuildings with log animal shelter
Slide 19: Site 56D: Charles Kimber cabin (currently log animal shelter)
Slide 20: Site 56E: tie shed
CDR017: Grouse Creek Cultural Survey Sites July 1985
Slide 1: Site 56F: William Ballingham Complex: log barn
Slide 2: Site 57: Godfrey Ballingham house (currently Lyman Kimber house)
Slide 3: Site 58: entrance gate of Charles and Ellen Toyn property
Slide 4: Site 58: Charles and Ellen Toyn house, northwest corner
Slide 5: Site 58: Charles and Ellen Toyn house, southwest corner
Slide 6: Site 58: Charles and Ellen Toyn house, southeast corner
Slide 7: Site 58: Charles and Ellen Toyn house, connection between east porch section and house
Slide 8: Site 58: Charles and Ellen Toyn house, kitchen
Slide 9: Site 58: Charles and Ellen Toyn house, skinned coyote hung on north vestibule
Slide 10: Site 58A: frame outhouse
Slide 11: Site 58B: pump house
Slides 12-13: Site 58C: tie wash house
Slides 14-16: Site 58D: log granary
Slides 17-19: Site 58E: log chicken coop
Slide 20: Site 58F: log barn
CDR018: Grouse Creek Cultural Survey Sites July 1985
Slides 1-2: Site 58F: Charles and Ellen Toyn complex: log barn
Slides 3-4: Site 58F: notching on log barn, southeast corner
Slides 5-6: Site 58F: interior of barn
Slide 7: Site 58: loading ramp
Slide 8: Site 59: Randy Kimber mobile home
Slide 9: Site 59A: John Hadfield, Jr., house
Slide 10: Site 59B: frame garage
Slide 11: Site 59C: log barn
Slide 12: Site 59D: log barn
Slide 13: Site 59E: log barn
Slide 14: Site 60: Archie and Rhea Toyn house
Slide 15: Site 60A: sided guest house
Slide 16: Site 60B: metal garage
Slide 17: Site 60C: frame blacksmith shop moved from site 58
Slide 18: Site 60D: metal silo
Slide 19: Site 60E: tie and frame outbuildings
Slide 20: Site 60F: tie and frame sheds
CDR019: Grouse Creek Cultural Survey Sites July 1985
Slide 1: Site 60G: Archie and Rhea Toyn complex; board and batten and tie shed
Slide 2: Site 60H: tie barn
Slide 3: Site 61: William and Grace Jorgenson Hadfield house
Slide 4: Site 61A: mobile home
Slide 5: Site 61B: frame garage
Slide 6: Site 61C: tie chicken coop
Slide 7: Site 61D: tie granary
Slide 8: Site 61E: metal barn
Slide 9: Site 61F: tie animal shelter
Slide 10: Site 61G: tie barn
Slide 11: Site 61H: inside out frame granary
Slide 12: Site 62: Jeff Kimber mobile home
Slide 13: Site 62A: William Morgan cabin
Slide 14: Site 62B: tie cabin
Slide 15: Site 62C: frame outhouse
Slide 16: Site 62D: log stable
Slide 17: Site 62E: tie cabin
Slides 18-19: Site 63: Ross Rytting ranch
Slide 20: Site 63: Ross Rytting corral
CDR020: Grouse Creek Cultural Survey Sites
(Duplicate slide: 14)
July 1985
Slide 1: Site 63: Ross Rytting ranch: corral
Slides 2-4: Site 63: Ross Rytting cabin
Slides 5-6: Site 63: Ross Rytting cabin, rear view
Slides 7-8 : Site 63A: log chicken coop and corral
Slide 9: Site 63A: southeast corner of log chicken coop showing door for chickens to enter
Slides 10-12: Site 63B: log barn
Slides 13-14: Site 63C: sheep camp
Slide 15: Site 63C: sheep camp and Rytting cabin
Slide 16: Site 63: Ross Rytting corral
Slides 17-18: Site 63: Ross Rytting corral chute
Slides 19-20: Site 63: Ross Rytting corral
CDR021: Grouse Creek Cultural Survey Sites July 1985
Slide 1: Site 63: Ross Rytting complex: corral
Slide 2: Site 63: Ross Rytting complex: beef hook
Slide 3: Site 63: 63: Ross Rytting complex: gate
Slide 4-5: Site OGC 1: Cotton Thomas cabin
Slide 6: Site OGC 1A: log cabin
Slide 7: Site OGC 1B: deteriorated log outbuilding
Slide 8: Site OGC 8: Sam Kimball house
Slide 9: Site OGC 8A: concrete and log sunken granary
Slide 10: Site OGC 9: Sam Kimball house
Slide 11: Site OGC 9A: Debbie Randall evaluating log cabin
Slide 12: Site OGC9A: log cabin
Slide 13: Site OGC 9B: deteriorated log barn
Slide 14: Site OGC 15: frame school (?)
Slide 15: Site OGC 17: concrete phone booth
Slide 16: Site OGC 18: historical marker for Charles, Sr., and Caroline Kimber, 1877-1891
Slide 17: Site OGC 18: William Charles Kimber house
Slide 18: Site OGC 18A: root cellar
Slide 19: Site OGC 18B: mobile home
Slide 20: Site OGC 18C: frame house
CDR022: Grouse Creek Cultural Survey Sites July 1985
Slide 1: Site OGC 18D: tie shed
Slide 2: Site OGC 18E: tie garage and attached board and batten shed
Slide 3: Site OGC 18F: log and tie chicken coop
Slide 4: Site OGC 18G: tie chicken coop
Slides 5-6: Site OGC 18H: board and batten granary
Slide 7: Site OGC 18I: log milk cow shed/animal shelter
Slide 8: Site OGC 18J: log and tie winter sheep shed
Slide 9: Site OGC 18K: deteriorated log ice house
Slide 10: Site OGC 18L: hay derrick
Slide 11: Site OGC 18M: log and tie lamb shed
Slide 12: Site OGC 18N: tie lamb shed
Slide 13: Site OGC 20: Reese Warburton house, east facade
Slide 14: Site OGC 20: Reese Warburton house, west facade
Slide 15: Site OGC 20A: Tanner log cabin
Slide 16: Site OGC 20B: metal silo
Slide 17: Site OGC 20C: board and batten outhouse
Slide 18: Site OGC 20D: hay derrick
Slide 19: Site OGC 20E: metal barn
Slide 20 :: Site OGC 20F: frame railroad cabin from Lucin
CDR023: Grouse Creek Cultural Survey Sites July 1985
Slide 1: Site OGC 20G: Warburton complex: frame school from Lucin
Slide 2: Site OGC 20H: log outbuilding
Slide 3: Site OGC 20I: deteriorated log outbuilding
Slide 4: Site OGC 20: log and stone animal shelter
Slide 5: Site OGC 20K: windmill
Slide 6: Site OGC 20L: log animal shelter
Slide 7: Site OGC 20M: log outbuilding
Slide 8: Site OGC 20N: log barn
Slide 9: Site OGC 20O: log and stone animal shelter
Slide 10: Site OGC 20O: log and stone animal shelter, rear view
Slide 11: Site OGC 20P: metal shed
Slide 12: Site OGC 20Q: board and batten shed from Lucin
Slide 13: Site OGC 20R: board and batten shed from Lucin
Slide 14: Site OGC 20S: Dwight Warburton house
Slide 15: Site OGC 20T: board and batten shed from Lucin
Slide 16: Site OGC 20U: tie shed
Slide 17: Site OGC 20V: sided singled cell house
Slide 18: Site OGC 20W: Ross Warburton house
Slide 19: Site OGC 20Y: tie garage
Slide 20: Site OGC 20Z: log animal shelter
CDR024: Grouse Creek Cultural Survey Sites July 1985
Slide 1: Site OGC 20Z: Warburton complex: frame railroad cabin from Lucin
Slide 2: Site OGC 20-1: Warburton complex: frame railroad cabin from Lucin
Slide 3: Site OGC 21: Hart Ranch house
Slide 4: Site OGC 21A: frame outhouse
Slides 5-6 : Site 22: Warburton house
Slide 7: Site OGC 24: Gary Secrist house and outhouse
Slide 8: Site OGC 24B: frame shed
Slide 9: Site OGC 24C: tie shed
Slide 10: Site OGC 25, 25A: Etna School and carriage house
Slide 11: Site OGC 25: Etna School
Slide 12: Site OGC 25A: Etna School carriage house
Slide 13: Site OGC 26: Lucas ranch, log cabin
Slide 14: Site OGC 26A: log animal shelter
Slide 15: Site OGC 26B: log outbuildings
Slide 16: Site OGC 26C: deteriorated log cabin
Slide 17: Site OGC 26D: corral
Slide 18: Site OGC 26E: root cellar
Slide 19: Site OGC 27B: Thomas ranch complex: stone storage building
Slide 20: Site OGC 27E: log barn
CDR025: Grouse Creek Cultural Survey Sites July 1985
Slide 1: Site OGC 27F: Thomas ranch complex: log granary
Slide 2: Site OGC 28: Seth Fletcher ranch
Slide 3: Site OGC 28A: ruins of stone barn
Slide 4: Site OGC 28B: log outbuildings
Slide 5: Site OGC 28D: log outbuilding/cabin
Slide 6: Site OGC 28E: hay derrick
Slide 7: Site OGC 28F: stone and log animal shelter
Slide 8: Site OGC 28G: metal silos
Slide 9: Site OGC 29: frame double cell house
Slide 10: Site OGC 29A: log cabin
Slide 11: Site OGC 29B: corral
Slide 12: Site OGC 29C: tie outbuilding
Slide 13: Site OGC 29D: hay derrick
Slide 14: Site OGC 30: stone dam
CDR026: Independence Day celebration, including breakfast, parade, and lunch held, on 6 August 1985
Slide 1: breakfast at the celebration, photo includes Amy Tanner, Merlin Tanner, Jay Tanner, Carl Fleischhauer, Hal Cannon
Slide 2: breakfast, photo includes Cheryl Carter, Kenna Tanner, Merlin Tanner, Carol Edison, Carl Fleischhauer
Slide 3: parade: Marcia Oman is the adult in the picture
Slides 4-6: parade
Slides 7-8 : 4-H club float: Angie Tanner holding middle lamb and Toni Tanner holding lamb at the end of the float
Slides 9-10: parade
Slide 11: senior citizen's float: seated (l to r) Ella Tanner, Herbert Tanner, and Winfred Kimber
Slides 12-13: parade
Slide 14: riders and horses in parade, including Miranda Blanthorn and Brandon Blanthorn
Slides 15-19: after the parade
Slide 20: lunch at the celebration
CDR027: Independence Day celebration, including lunch and rodeo, held on 6 August 1985
Slides 1-4: lunch
Slides 5-7: rodeo participants signing up for the rodeo activities with Milt Oman
Slide 8: group of men chatting after lunch (Merlin Tanner, Barney McWilliams, and Jay Tanner)
Slides 9-10: rodeo grounds during the celebration
Slide 11: spectators at the rodeo, woman is Fern Kimber
Slides 12-13: spectators at the rodeo
Slide 14: horses and trailers during the rodeo
Slides 15-18: entrance of participants at the beginning of the rodeo
Slides 19-20: presentation of the colors at the beginning of the rodeo, rider on the right is Angie Tanner
CDR028: Independence Day celebration rodeo held on
(Duplicate slide: 11)
6 August 1985
Slide 1: presentation of the colors at the rodeo, Angie Tanner on right
Slides 2-10: bronc riding
Slides 11-20: steer riding
CDR029: Independence Day celebration rodeo held on 6 August 1985
Slides 1-3: steer riding
Slides 4-14: team roping
Slides 15-20: calf roping
CDR030: Independence Day celebration rodeo held on
(Duplicate slide: 18)
6 August 1985
Slides 1-5: calf roping
Slides 6-14: barrel racing
Slide 15: Jay and Tom Tanner before Tom's calf ride
Slide 16: Tom Tanner during his calf ride
Slide 17: Tom Tanner after his calf ride
Slides 18-20: children riding calves
CDR031: Grouse Creek Cultural Survey Sites 7 August 1985
Slides 1-3: children riding calves
Slide 4: Doug Tanner on horseback
Slide 5: riders at rodeo
1 4 Hal Cannon Color Transparency Logs
19 sheets original images, 1 sheet duplicate images
(folder 025)
July 1985, June 1986,
CHC001: Winfred Kimber; Frost farmstead 2 July 1985
Slides 1-3: portraits of Winfred Kimber at Frost farmstead
Slides 4-7: fieldwork entourage follow Winfred Kimber around farm with recorders and cameras
Slides 8-10: views of north Grouse Creek from hillside above Frost farmstead
Slide 11: custom painted stock truck at Frost farm
Slide 12: gate into farmyard
Slide 13: view into root cellar at cupboard stored below
Slide 14: view from Grouse Creek pass into Junction Valley
Slides 15-17: Tom Carter photographing
Slides 18-20: unidentified man fixes tire at side of Grouse Creek Co-op
CHC002: Independence Day celebration activities held on 6 July 1985
Slides 1-3: children's foot races after program
Slide 4: guests visit and eat breakfast on lawn of school
Slides 5-7: contestants sign up and pay entry fee for rodeo
Slide 8: men talk at breakfast
Slides 9-10: family riding down Grouse Creek main street to rodeo
Slides 11-13: men behind the scenes at the rodeo
Slide 14: hand painted sign at entrance to rodeo
Slides 15-19: rodeo events
Slides 20: boy helped off grounds after calf ride
CHC003: Independence Day celebration rodeo held on 6 July 1985
Slides 1-6: people watch rodeo
Slides 7-9: line of cowboy boots on rail as cowboys sit behind grand stand to watch rodeo
Slides 10-11: more preparation for rodeo events
Slide 12: view from street of rodeo events
Slides 13-18: youngster getting in chute for calf riding event
CHC004: Herding cattle from Emigrant pass to Moulton; errands at Simplot shop in Murtaugh 8 July 1985
Slides 1-5: Milt Oman and Barney McWilliams moving cattle
Slides 6-11: loading horses in truck after cattle are moved
Slides 12-20: Milt Oman with truck to be fixes at shop in Murtaugh
Slide 19: delivery truck used by Milt's sister Anne's catering business in Burley
CHC005: Wallace Betteridge rawhide braiding, Montello, NV
(Duplicate slides: 2, 11)
25 July 1985
Slides 1-8: wide angle shot of Wallace Betteridge working with hondo
Slides 9-13: closeup of hondo
Slides 14-15: Wallace Betteridge braiding
Slides 16: bit and bridle inherited by Wallace Betteridge with homemade silver work
Slides 17: braided hondo ready to be tied onto rope
Slides 18: bit and bridle inherited by Wallace Betteridge with homemade silver work
Slides 19: homemade spurs belonging to Wallace Betteridge
Slides 20: portrait of Wallace Betteridge
CHC006: Wallace Betteridge; reunion of Betteridge brothers adn sisters 16, 17 July 1985
Slides 1-2: Wallace Betteridge holding roll of split rawhide
Slide 3: Wallace Betteridge holding old rawhide rope he made
Slide 4: left bosal made by Wallace Betteridge's father, right bosal made by WB
Slides 5-6: bosals made recently to order by Wallace Betteridge
Slides 7-8: (l to r) Sally Betteridge, Wallace Betteridge, Raida Kimber and George Betteridge
Slide 9: Jack Kimber stands in front of garden, South Grouse Creek
Slides 10-14: Merlin Tanner, Milt Oman and Steve Kimber talk in the field by bailer
Slides 15-16: scenes around Grouse Creek
Slide 17: house rented from Allen Tanner for mens fieldwork headquarters
Slides 18-20: cabin and meadows about south Grouse Creek
CHC007: Moving cattle from Association ground to leased ground
(Duplicate slides: 5, 16)
July 1985
Slides 1-2: Thomas Tanner
Slide 3: Max Tanner on horseback
Slide 4: Max, Doug, and Thomas Tanner dismounting for lunch while moving cattle
Slides 5-6: Max Tanner on horseback
Slides 7-8: Max, Doug, and Thomas Tanner moving year old calves from Association to leased ground
Slide 9: calves crossing fence into leased ground
Slide 10: Tom Carter? with Thomas Tanner during cattle move in Cotton Thomas Basin, Utah
Slide 11: Doug Tanner moving calves
Slides 12-13: Max, Doug, and Thomas Tanner moving calves
Slides 14: Max Tanner mounting horse
Slides 15-17: Max and Doug Tanner on a hill silhouetted by an impending storm
Slide 18: Max Tanner riding in Cotton Thomas Basin, Utah
Slide 19: Doug Tanner helping his son Thomas Tanner off horse in Cotton Thomas Basin, Utah
Slide 20: Doug Tanner mounting horse in Cotton Thomas Basin, Utah
CHC008: Max Tanner ranch; Cotton Thomas Basin July 1985
Slides 1-3: Doug Tanner and his new tractor, children playing on old bailer
Slides 4-6: Doug Tanner drags bailer out, tests cut hay for moisture and bails
Slides 7-8: old brands and scythe at Tanner ranch (now he uses electric branding irons)
Slide 9: silhouette of ridge above Doug Tanner ranch
Slides 10-12: unloading horses from trailer at Cotton Thomas Basin
Slides 13-14: portrait of Max, Doug and Thomas Tanner
CHC009: Old photos from Thea Toyn, Opal Kimber, and Raida Kimber, duplicated July 1985
Slide 1: Grouse Creek Band (R. Toyn collection)
Slides 2-3: Betteridge haying crew: UC Ranch (R. Tanner collection)
Slide 4: Grouse Creek LDS Church (R. Toyn collection)
Slide 5: Grouse Creek School (R. Toyn collection)
Slide 6: Grouse Creek Jack and wife (R. Toyn collection)
Slide 7: feeding cows in winter off hay sled: Betteridge farmstead (R. Kimber collection)
Slide 8: stacking hay at UC ranch (R. Tanner collection)
Slide 9: Raida Kimber's father milking cow (R. Tanner collection)
Slide 10: haystack, derrick , and crew: UC ranch
Slide 11-13: pages from R. Toyn's scrapbook
Slide 14: page from R. Kimber scrapbook, showing tents where hay crew lived at UC ranch
Slide 15: crew at UC ranch (R. Kimber collection)
Slides 16-17: Oren Kimber as young buckaroo (O. Kimber collection)
Slides 18-19: copy of Oren Kimber with horse (O. Kimber collection)
Slide 20: Raida Kimber's father horseback
CHC010: Winfred Kimber's field 25 July 1985
Slide 1: preparations for family home evening at Winfred Kimber's Red Top
Slide 2: Archie Toyn waiting for dinner
Slide 3: rocks above in canyon
Slides 4-5: preparation of dutch oven potatoes, grilled hamburgers and corn
Slide 6: Back of unidentified man in Winfred Kimber's field in Grouse Creek, Utah
Slide 7: Scenic picture probably of Winfred Kimber's field in Grouse Creek, Utah
Slide 8: Unidentified boy preparing for a family home evening at Winfred Kimber's Red Top in Grouse Creek, Utah
Slides 9-15: preparation of dutch oven potatoes, grilled hamburgers and corn
Slides 16-18: Grouse Creek Orchestra at Raida Kimber's: piano: Raida, Saxophone: Archie Toyn; guitar/banjo: Lyman Kimber
Slides 19-20: (l to r) Lyman Kimber, Raida Kimber, Archie Toyn, Rhea Toyn
CHC011: Grouse Creek July 1985
Slides 1-2: Richins house from back in rainbow
Slide 3: unidentified house, fence and trees
Slides 4-5: irrigation systems in south Grouse Creek
Slide 6: road in Grouse Creek, Utah
Slides 7-16: Milt Omen breaking cold at Grouse creek rodeo grounds
Slides 17-20: various views of the Grouse Creek rodeo grounds
CHC012: Nelson Ranch, Junction
(Duplicate slides: 4, 8, 9)
July 1985
Slides 1-9: Mr. Nelson shoeing a horse at Nelson ranch
Slide 10-13: Simper Ranch, examine old way station and Indian battle ground
Slides 14-15: drive up canyon to west of ranch
Slides 16-20: aspen cabin in meadow above Nelson ranch
CHC013: Warburton ranch July 1985
Slide 1: willow fence in front of ranch house
Slide 2: cabin on grounds
Slides 3-4: detail of hand forged hinge on gate
Slide 5: outbuilding
Slide 6: school house moved from rail line to ranch
Slide 7: willow fence
Slide 8: ranch house
Slide 9: log livestock shed
Slide 10: log shed
Slide 11: corral
Slide 12: interior of original ranch cabin
Slide 13: sheep camp
Slide 14: exterior, original log house
Slide 15: log outbuilding
Slide 16: sheep camp
Slide 17: Allen Tanner's mare and foal
CHC014: Herding cattle 8 July 1985
Slides 1-6: gathering cattle at Emigrant Canyon prior to herding them to Moulton, ID
Slides 7-10: ruins of Emigrant Trail Station
Slide 11: log school at Moulton, ID
Slides 12-16: detail of school, area around school, writing on wall by alumni
Slides 17-19: Basque sheepherder cairns above Nelson ranch, west of Junction
CHC015: Grouse Creek; Aetna July 1985
Slide 1-2: people leaving LDS Church after services at Grouse Creek church
Slide 3: portrait of Tami Tanner
Slides 4-7: people leaving LDS Church after services at Grouse Creek church
Slides 8-10: ruin near Aetna (Carl Fleischhauer)
Slides 11-12: farmstead at head of Aetna Reservoir
Slide 13: pages from Raida Kimber's scrapbook
Slide 14: children play "Fox and Dear" with pet dear at Grouse Creek School (Raida Kimber collection)
Slide 15: pages from Raida Kimber's scrapbook
Slide 16: Raida Kimber holds photo of haying crew with rakes at UC ranch
CHC016: Various sites April 1985
Slide 1: ranch entrance, Etna
Slide 2: homemade tractor cab, Grouse Creek
Slide 3: detail of log cabin, Grouse Creek
Slide 4: view of farm, Park Valley
Slide 5: LDS meeting house, Grouse Creek
Slide 6: Grouse Creek cemetery
Slides 7-8: corrals and fencing, Grouse Creek
Slide 9: log cabin detail, square notching, Grouse Creek
Slide 10: corrals and fencing, Etna
Slide 11: Grouse Creek School
Slide 12: Warburton house, Etna
Slide 13: corrals and fencing, west of Grouse Creek
Slide 14: homemade tractor cab, Grouse Creek
Slide 15: historical marker, Park Valley, UT
Slide 16: Park Valley, UT, landscape
Slide 17: LDS temple motif gravestone, Grouse Creek
Slide 18: cupboard in cabin, Grouse Creek
Slide 19: Shaw cabin, Grouse Creek
Slide 20: railroad tie house, Grouse Creek
CHC017: Various sites April 1985
Slide 1: Etna School
Slide 2: Park Valley landscape
Slide 3: "Indian" gravestone, Grouse Creek Cemetery
Slide 4: Grouse Creek landscape
Slide 5: Park Valley landscape
Slide 6: Shaw house rafters, Grouse Creek
Slide 7: poplar trees, Park Valley
Slide 8: Cooperative Store (Co-op), Grouse Creek
Slide 9: corrals and fencing, Etna
Slide 10: Cooperative Store (Co-op), Grouse Creek
Slides 11-12: Simplot corrals and sheep wagon, Grouse Creek
Slide 13: Grouse Creek School
Slide 14: Richins house, Grouse Creek
Slides 15-16: Tanner house, Grouse Creek (Carol Edison photographer)
Slides 17-18: store fence, Grouse Creek (Carol Edison photographer)
CHC018: Aerial photographs of Grouse Creek June 1986
Slides 1-20: Arial images of Grouse Creek Valley (Blanton Owen pilot)
CHC019: Aerial photographs of Grouse Creek June 1986
Slides 1-4: Arial images of Grouse Creek Valley (Blanton Owen pilot)
1 5 Tom Carter Color Transparency Logs
41 sheets original images, 2 sheets duplicate images
(folder 026)
July 1985, Jan 1986, fall 1988,
CTC001: Various ranch buildings on the Tanner ranch (site OGC 23) July 1985
Slide 1: main house
Slides 2-4: Doug Tanner Ranch bunk house
Slides 5-6: chicken coop
Slide 7: shed
Slide 8: butchering post
Slide 9: corral
Slide 10: stock shelter
Slide 11: stockade type wall, stock shelter
Slide 12: stock shelter
Slide 13: detail, dirt roof, stock shelter
Slide 14: corral
Slide 15: gate
Slide 16: garden
Slide 17: utility shed
Slide 18: tack shed
Slides 19-20: stock truck
CTC002: Max Tanner ranch (site OGC 23) July 1985
Slides 1-2: stock truck
Slides 3-4: Doug and Tom Tanner repairing combine
CTC003: Edward Frost ranch (site 52) July 1985
Slides 1-2: ranch site
Slide 3: original ranch house
Slide 4: ranch site
Slides 5-10: original ranch house
Slide 11: original ranch house: dirt roof detail
Slide 12: original ranch house: gable detail
Slides 13-19: original ranch house: dirt roof details
Slide 20: log notching detail
CTC004: Edward Frost ranch buildings (site 52) July 1985
Slide 1: ranch house interior detail
Slides 2-4: stock shelter
Slide 5: ranch house interior
Slide 6: stock shelter
Slide 7: stock shelter gable
Slide 8: stock shelter dirt roof
Slide 9: ranch house log detail
Slide 10: ranch house decorative element on gable
Slide 11: stock shelter gable
Slide 12: stock shelter dirt roof
Slide 13: ranch house log splicing
Slide 14: close-up of ranch house decorative element on gable
Slide 15-20: stock shelter details
CTC005: Edward Frost ranch buildings (site 52) July 1985
Slide 1: ranch house interior
Slides 2-3: corral gate
Slide 4: equipment shed interior
Slide 5: granary saddle notch detail
Slides 6-7: corral details
Slide 8: barn
Slide 9: granary saddle notch
Slides 10-11: corral
Slide 12: equipment shed
Slide 13: hobbles hanging on granary
Slides 14-16: corral gate and details
Slide 17: equipment shed
Slides 18-19: corral fencing details
Slide 20: equipment shed
CTC006: Edward Frost ranch buildings (site 52) July 1985
Slides 1-7: stock shelter details
Slide 8: granary gable
Slide 9: stock shelter dirt roof
Slide 10: blacksmith shed log detail
Slide 11: granary
Slides 12-13: stock shelter
Slides 14-15: blacksmith shed
Slide 16: stock shelter dirt roof
Slides 17-18: blacksmith shed
Slides 19-20: corral fence and gate
CTC007: Edward Frost ranch buildings (site 52) July 1985
Slide 1: corral pole fence
Slide 2: harrow
Slide 3: loading chute on corral
Slide 4: buckrake
Slide 5: pole fence
Slides 6-7: miscellaneous antique equipment
Slide 8: pole fence
Slide 9: axle remains
CTC008: Warburton ranch buildings (site OGC 20) July 1985
Slides 1-4: original log ranch house, including square notch corner timbering and dirt roof
Slide 5: detail of roof
Slide 6: rear view of house
Slides 7-10: dirt roof details
Slides 11-12: view of roof from inside, showing straw and aspen pole rafters
Slide 13: square notch
Slide 14: sawn boards on central passage partition
Slide 15: interior view, showing purlin and wallpaper
Slide 16: log chinking
Slide 17: interior showing logs
Slides 18-20: stockade fencing
CTC009: Lucas ranch structures and buildings (site OGC 26) July 1985
Slide 1: corral gate
Slide 2: corrals
Slides 3-4: original ranch house, now stock shelter
Slide 5: dirt roof of original ranch house, now stock shelter
Slides 6-8: pole and straw roof animal shelter (earthfast)
Slide 9: corral
Slide 10: house detail: saddle notch
Slide 11: stock shelter
Slide 12: root cellar
Slide 13: outbuilding
Slide 14: dwelling on site
CTC010: Miscellaneous buildings with in the Grouse Creek study area July 1985
Slides 1-3: store: site 26
Slides 4-5: Warburton stone house: site OGC 22
Slide 6: Secrist ranch: site OGC 24
Slides 7-8: Etna School, site OGC 25
Slides 9-10: Etna School stable, site OGC 25
Slides 11-12: Etna School, site OGC 25
Slides 13-15: Richins house: site 19
Slide 16: LDS Relief Society granary: site 21
Slides 17-18: rock corral ruins: site 39
Slide 19: Hart ranch: site OGC 21
Slide 20: L. Kimber: site OGC 24
CTC011: Various Grouse Creek ranches February 1985, ; April 1985, ; July 1985
Slide 1: Charles Kimber house: site 40 ( February 1985)
Slide 2: Joseph Lee house: site 38 ( February 1985)
Slides 3-8: Shaw house: site 50 ( 3-6: July 1985; 7-8: April 1985)
Slide 9: Shaw granary: site 50 ( April 1985)
Slides 10-11: Shaw house roof details: site 50 ( April 1985)
Slide 12: Shaw ranch view: site 50 ( July 1985)
CTC012: Various historic Grouse Creek sites and structures July 1985
Slides 1-5: unidentified log mining cabin in Pine Creek Canyon
Slide 6-12: unidentified log and concrete mining cabin in Cotton Thomas Basin
CTC013: Various historic sites and structures in Park Valley, UT July 1985
Slide 1: Park Valley landscape
Slide 2: signs indicating the isolated nature of the settlement pattern
Slides 3-5: Park Valley landscape scenes
Slide 6: Park Valley store and lombardy poplars
Slides 7-8: unidentified house
Slide 9: pole fence
Slide 10: corral pole fence
CTC014: Various historic sites and structures around Yost, ID July 1985
Slide 1: landscape
Slides 2-6: unidentified house in the bungalow style
Slide 7-8: ruins of an unidentified log barn
Slide 9: fence
Slide 10: ruins of an unidentified log barn
Slide 11: unidentified bungalow
Slide 12-13: landscape scenes
CTC015: Hale ranch (OGC site 31) July 1985
Slide 1: house
Slides 2-3: stock shelter
Slide 4: granary ruins
Slides 5-6: unidentified building ruins
Slide 7: detail of house
Slide 8: stockade style fencing
CTC016: Etna Dam and ranch (site OGC 30) July 1985
Slides 1-3: Etna Dam
Slide 4: frame construction ranch house #1
Slides 5-8: log construction ranch house #2
Slide 9: loading chute
Slides 10-11: pole fence corrals
Slides 12: railroad tie outbuilding
Slide 13: ranch house
CTC017: Original Cotton Thomas homestead site ruins located north of Grouse Creek (site OGC 1) July 1985
Slides 1-2: stone chimney
Slides 3-4: details of log construction
Slides 5-6: view toward valley
Slides 7-8: details of house
CTC018: Seth Fletcher ranch (site OGC 28) July 1985
Slides 1-11: views of stone hall-parlor house
Slides 12-18: barn
Slides 19-20: hay derrick
CTC019: Seth Fletcher ranch (site OGC 28) July 1985
Slides 1-2: granary
Slide 3: square notching on granary
Slides 4-5: granary construction details
Slides 6-7: hay derrick
Slides 8-11: corral details, including pole fencing
CTC020: Allen N. Tanner house (site 6) July 1985
Slides 1-5: elevations
Slide 6: gable
Slide 7: window heads
Slide 8: door
Slide 9: window detail
Slides 10-11: central passage
Slide 12: wood paneling
Slide 13: moldings
Slides 14-15: granary (slide #15 taken in April 1985)
CTC021: Max, Doug and Tom Tanner moving cattle in the Cotton Thomas Basin July 1985
Slides 1-4: Cotton Thomas Basin landscape
Slides 5-6: views of cattle
Slide 7: creek
Slide 8: fencing
Slide 9: Cotton Thomas Basin landscape
Slide 10: corral loading chute
Slide 11: rainbow over loading chute
Slide 12: landscape view
Slide 13: terracing on hillside
Slide 14: Hal Cannon, Max Tanner, Doug Tanner, and Tom Tanner in front of stock truck
Slide 15: Max tanner, Doug Tanner, and Tom Tanner in front of stock truck
Slide 16: hawk
Slide 17: Doug and son, Tom, mounting and riding
Slide 18: Doug Tanner riding
Slide 19: Tom Tanner riding
Slide 20: Max Tanner riding
CTC022: Max, Doug and Tom Tanner moving cattle by horseback in the Cotton Thomas Basin
(Duplicate slides: 19, 20)
July 1985
Slides 1-4: Doug and Tom Tanner
Slides 5-8: Max, Doug and Tom Tanner working cattle
Slides 9-10: Max Tanner on ridge and riding down ridge
Slides 11-12: working cattle near gate
Slide 13: Doug wearing shotgun chaps
Slide 14: Max wearing chinks
Slides 15-16: Max Tanner
Slides 18-19: Tom Tanner
Slide 19: Max, Doug and Tom working cattle out of a ravine
Slide 20: Max and Doug Tanner
CTC023: Max, Doug and Tom Tanner moving cattle by horseback in the Cotton Thomas Basin July 1985
Slides 1-4: Max, Doug, and Tom Tanner moving cattle
CTC024: Views of Independence Day parade held on 6 July 1985
Slide 1: people lining main street
Slides 2-3: Max Tanner and truck
Slides 4-5: Milt Oman and 4-H float
Slides 6-7: Toni Tanner, 4-H float
Slide 8: boy and sheep
Slide 9: Angie Tanner
Slide 10: Rescue Squad entry
Slide 11: fire truck
Slides 12-13: children's parade
Slide 14: Milt Oman
Slide 15: Milt Oman with children
Slide 16: Milt Oman children
Slide 17: spectators
Slides 18-19: senior citizen float: Ella Tanner, Herbert Tanner, Winfred Kimber
Slide 20: float
CTC025: Landscapes of Grouse Creek and vicinity July 1985
Slide 1: hills above Cotton Thomas Basin
Slides 2-5: north view of Grouse Creek Valley
Slide 6: Grouse Creek view (sites 50-58)
Slides 7-9: line village concept, looking north
Slides 10-11: fields on north end (near OGC site 1)
Slides 12-13: Edward Frost ranch (site 52)
Slide 14: valley in April 1985
Slide 15: south end of main street
Slide 16: looking south (site 58)
Slide 17: Frost ranch (site 52)
Slide 18: sheep camp, Simplot corral (site 02)
Slide 19: loading chute, Simplot corral (site 02)
Slide 20: hay derrick (site 54)
CTC026: Miscellaneous Independence Day scenes
(Duplicate slides: 3, 7, 10, 14, 17, 19, 20)
6 July 1985
Slide 1: pancake breakfast
Slides 2-4: activities at the Grouse Creek school
Slide 5: breakfast
Slides 6-7: Thompson wedding
Slides 8-10: standing around before the parade
Slide 11: Gamble ranch buckaroos waiting for the rodeo
CTC027: Independence Day rodeo 6 July 1985
Slides 1-2: rodeo grounds
Slide 3: team roping
Slides 4-7: Doug Tanner calf roping
Slides 8-10: team roping
Slides 11-12: Milt Oman
Slide 13: Martin Black, Gamble ranch
Slides 14-16: bull riding
Slides 17-20: bronc riding
CTC028: Independence Day rodeo 6 July 1985
Slide 1: bronc rider
Slide 2: Martin Black, Gamble ranch
Slide 3: grandstand
Slides 4-5: team roper
Slides 6-10: Gordon Stanford and horse, Jordan valley, OR, Gamble Ranch
Slides 11-12: Milt Oman and horse
Slide 13: Gamble Ranch buckaroos
Slide 14: Martin Black, Gamble ranch
Slides 15-18: shots of gear, including chaps and boots
Slides 19-20: Max Tanner on fence
CTC029: Independence Day rodeo
(Duplicate slide: 3)
6 July 1985
Slides 1-2: children watching rodeo from fence
Slides 3-5: Max Tanner and other cowboys sitting on the fence
Slide 6: fence sitters
Slide 7: spectators in pickup truck
CTC030: Repairing farm machinery July 1985
Slides 1-3: Lewis Tanner
Slides 4-8: Allen and Lewis Tanner fixing hay stacker
Slides 9-12: Jeff and Thomas Thomas fixing baler
CTC031: Oren and Randy Kimber haying and irrigating
(Duplicate slides: 6, 9, 12, 13, 14, 16)
July 1985
Slides 1-2: Oren (father) and Randy (son) Kimber
Slides 3-11: Oren Kimber driving tractor and baling hay
Slides 12-14: Randy Kimber mowing hay
Slide 15: Oren Kimber
Slide 16: irrigation ditch
Slides 17-19: Oren and Randy Kimber irrigating
Slide 20: Randy Kimber
CTC032: Kathleen Tanner backing pies July 1985
Slides 1-3: Kathleen Tanner
Slides 4-8: double crust pies
Slides 9-10: cutting and eating pies
CTC033: map; Fieldwork team working July 1985
Slides 1-2: map of Grouse Creek
Slide 3: Hal Cannon
Slide 4: Tom Carter and Max Tanner
Slides 5-6: Carol Edison
Slide 7: Doug Tanner and Hal Cannon
Slide 8: Hal Cannon
Slide 9: Carol Edison and Debbie Randall
Slide 10: Carol Edison with Trisha and Amy Tanner
Slide 11: Carl Fleischhauer and Louis Tanner
CTC034: Drive with Max Tanner onto the west mountain range July 1985
Slide 1: Max Tanner and pickup truck
Slide 2: Max Tanner and Hal Cannon
Slide 3: sagebrush country above Grouse Creek on west
Slide 4: Max Tanner(site 27)
Slides 5-6: meadow above Thomas ranch (site 27)
Slide 7: sagebrush desert
Slide 8: "Indian" corral
Slide 9: sagebrush desert
Slide 10: Max Tanner's pickup truck
Slide 11: Nevada state line
Slides 12-20: "Indian Cave"
CTC035: Drive with Max Tanner onto the west mountain range July 1985
Slide 1: looking down at "deer camp"
Slide 2: view toward Grouse Creek
Slide 3: "deer camp" where folks from Grouse Creek used to gather during the hunting season
Slides 4-7: high country spring and irrigation ditch
Slides 8: "deer camp"
Slides 9-10: Valison Tanner's "line camp"
Slides 11-13: "deer camp"
Slides 14-16: Max Tanner
Slide 17: Max Tanner and Tom Carter
Slide 18: looking east
Slide 19-20: BLM roads
CTC036: Drive with Max Tanner onto the west mountain range July 1985
Slide 1: sagebrush country at the top of mountain, view toward White Top and Rocky Knob
Slide 2: view toward the east from the top of the mountain
Slide 3: Ridge Top Road, separating Grouse Creek allotments from the Gamble ranch
Slide 4: looking west toward the Goose Creek drainage and the San Jacinto ranch
Slides 5-6: Gamble ranch cows
Slides 7-8: sagebrush desert
Slide 9: Max Tanner
Slide 10: looking toward Nevada
CTC037: Drive with Oren and Opal Kimber onto the east mountain range July 1985
Slide 1: Oren Kimber
Slide 2: Oren and Opal Kimber
Slide 3: pickup truck
Slides 4-5: Ridge Top, Grouse Creek mountains
Slide 6: Mountain Mahogany
Slide 7: storm over the Grouse Creek Valley
Slide 8: Mountain Mahogany
Slides 9-10: storm over the Grouse Creek Valley
Slide 11: Oren and Opal Kimber
Slide 12: Park Valley, looking east from the top of the mountain toward the Muddy ranch
Slides 13-17: roads
Slides 18-19: cairns made by cowboys
CTC038: Historic photos; winter feeding
(Duplicate slides: 3, 12, 13, 17)
January 1986
Slides 1-2: John T. Betteridge ranch, photo c. 1990 (Raida Kimber collection)
Slides 3-4: Edward Shaw and John Betteridge, photo c. 1900 (Raida Kimber collection)
Slides 5-8: map of the east Grouse Creek water company, photo c. 1896 (Oren Kimber collection)
Slides 9-10: Oren Kimber, winter dress
Slides 11-20: Doug Tanner, winter feeding
CTC039: Winter feeding (January 1986) and views of Lynn area (
(Duplicate slide: 5)
June 1985)
Slides 1-8: Reese Warburton feeding cows at OGC site 20
Slide 9: view of the Lynn area
Slides 10-11: Nelson homestead in Lynn
Slide 12: Tie building at Nelson ranch in Lynn
Slide 13: log house near Lynn
CTC040: Fall roundup October 1988
Slide 1: Max Tanner ranch house
Slides 2-3: Max Tanner ranch
Slide 4: Max and Kathleen Tanner home
Slides 5-6: Interior of Max Tanner ranch house
Slides 7-10 : 1988 fall roundup, Doug Tanner
Slide 11: Doug Tanner gear
Slide 12: Close up of Max Tanner's horse
Slides 13-15: cutting cows at the roundup
Slides 16-20: moving cattle at the roundup
CTC041: Fall roundup October 1988
Slides 1-5: cutting cows at fall roundup
2 Carol Edison Color Transparencies
1 sheet duplicate slides
CCE001-CCE023. (folder 001)
3 Carl Fleischhauer Color Transparencies CCF001-CCF026
1 sheet duplicate slides
CCF001-CCF026
4 Debbie Randall Color Transparencies
CDR001-CDR020
5 Debbie Randall Color Transparencies
1 sheet duplicate slides
CDR021-CDR031
6 Hal Cannon Color Transparencies
1 sheet duplicate slides
CHC001-CHC019
7 Tom Carter Color Transparencies
CTC001-CTC025
8 Tom Carter Color Transparencies
2 sheets duplicate slides
CTC026-CTC041
9 Reference Color Transparency Fiches
CCE001-CCE023, CCF001-CCF026, CDR001-CDR031, CHC001-CHC019, CTC001-CTC041
SUB-SERIES B : Black and White Images (negatives--1 inch and 2 1/4 inch format--and contact sheets) and Logs
(6 boxes)
1985.
Box
Folder
1 1 Carol Edison Black and White Negatives and Contact Sheet Logs
(18 items)
(folders 027-045). [Old foldering info: folder 045 previously held C. Edison ends of b&w images, now housed with appropriate BCE number; folder 046: previously held C. Edison b&w logs].
July 1985
BCE25495 : Tour of old Frost ranch with Winfred Kimber 3 July 1985
Negative(s) 0A-1A : view of house from lane looking eastward
Negative(s) 2A-3A: southside of house
Negative(s) 4A : eastside of house
Negative(s) 5A : (l to r) T. Carter, Winfred Kimber, C. Fleischhauer, D. Randall
Negative(s) 6A-7A : corner notching on northeast corner
Negative(s) 8A : (1 to r) T. Carter and Winfred Kimber
Negative(s) 9A : eastside of house
Negative(s) 10A : south facing granary
Negative(s) 11A : (l to r) Verna Richardson, Winfred Kimber, T. Carter, D. Randall, C. Fleischhauer
Negative(s) 12A : view eastward, toward creek, from northside of homestead
Negative(s) 13A : stone cellar at northwest corner of house
Negative(s) 14A : structure west of house
Negative(s) 15A : old baling machine with granary
Negative(s) 16A : (l to r) T. Carter, Winfred Kimber
Negative(s) 17A : (l to r) D. Randall, C. Fleischhauer, Verna Richardson, T. Carter, Winfred Kimber
Negative(s) 18A : (l to r) T. Carter, Winfred Kimber
Negative(s) 19A : bridge over east ditch looking eastward to house and creek
Negative(s) 20A : (l to r) T. Carter, Winfred Kimber
Negative(s) 21A-23A : chute for corral
Negative(s) 24A : barn
Negative(s) 25A : horses inside corral
Negative(s) 26A : view northward to chute and corral area
Negative(s) 27A : view northward from fence south of barn
Negative(s) 28A-29A : old feeding sled converted to truck
Negative(s) 30A : (l to r) Val Richardson, D. Randall, H. Carter, Winfred Kimber, T. Carter, Verna Richardson, C. Fleischhauer
Negative(s) 31A : detail of tie construction on tool shed
Negative(s) 32A-33A : view northward to outbuilding from new ranch house
Negative(s) 34A : Winfred Kimber
Negative(s) 35A-36A : underground cellar at Old Frost ranch
Negative(s) 36 : T. Carter interviewing Winfred Kimber
Negative(s) 37-38 : double exposed images
BCE25496 : Views of Grouse Creek; Independence Day Celebration activities, 6 July 1985
Negative(s) 0A-A1 : visitors walking past Co-op, towards school for 4th of July breakfast
Negative(s) 2A-3A : visitor vehicles in front of Max and Melissa Tanner's house
Negative(s) 4A : schoolhouse (made from locally quarried stone)
Negative(s) 5A : the dugway (the curve in the road that is "dug out" of the hill
Negative(s) 6A-8A : members of the Oakley (ID) Arts Council peeling potatoes for breakfast
Negative(s) 9A : D. Randall with a member from Oakley Arts Council who provide food as a fundraiser so locals can visit
Negative(s) 10A : breakfast serving line
Negative(s) 11A : (l to r) Oakley saddletree maker Bob Severe's father and brother
Negative(s) 12A-14A : pancake and sausage frying
Negative(s) 15A-16A : D. Randall going through the breakfast line
Negative(s) 17A-19A : Herbert Tanner (checked shirt) going through breakfast line
Negative(s) 20A : D. Randall interviewing Grouse Creek residents and visitors
Negative(s) 21A-22A : closeup of local stone on schoolhouse
Negative(s) 23A-24A : after-breakfast visiting
Negative(s) 25A : son of David and Betty Kimber
Negative(s) 26A : after-breakfast visiting
Negative(s) 27A : belt braided from nylon
Negative(s) 28A-29A : small cowboy eating breakfast
Negative(s) 30A-34A : parents visiting and children playing after breakfast
Negative(s) 35A : kids playing after the midday meal
Negative(s) 36A : Thompson's "Best Crop" float leaving after parade and meal
BCE25497 : Independence Day Rodeo, continued on BCE25498 6 July 1985
Negative(s) 0A : rodeo flagbearers
Negative(s) 1A-3A : Angie Tanner with flag
Negative(s) 4A : rodeo action
Negative(s) 5A : bronc riding
Negative(s) 6A : rodeo chutes
Negative(s) 7A : reunion spectators,> across the road
Negative(s) 8A : fence spectators
Negative(s) 9A-10A : rodeo action
Negative(s) 11A : hamburger stand at front, left of parking lot
Negative(s) 12A-13A : fence spectators
Negative(s) 14A : kids on three-wheelers
Negative(s) 15A : rodeo arena
Negative(s) 16A-17A : team roping
Negative(s) 18A-19A : bronc riding
Negative(s) 20A-26A : team roping
Negative(s) 27A : calf roping
Negative(s) 28A-30A : team roping
Negative(s) 31A : rodeo champion
Negative(s) 32A-34A : team roping
Negative(s) 35A-36A : cowboys at rodeo
BCE25498 : Independence Day decorations and rodeo 6 July 1985
Negative(s) 0-1 : Grouse Creek Post Office decorated for the 4th with flags
Negative(s) 2-3 : rodeo spectators
Negative(s) 4 : horseman inside arena
Negative(s) 5-6 : chasing down bull
Negative(s) 7-9 : bull riding
Negative(s) 10-12 : buckaroos from Nevada
Negative(s) 13 : bull rider
Negative(s) 14 : Mr. Severe from Oakley, ID
Negative(s) 15-16 : buckaroos from Nevada
Negative(s) 17 : young rodeo participant
Negative(s) 18 : spectators near entrance to arena, Max Tanner at right
Negative(s) 19 : young rodeo participant
Negative(s) 20 : buckaroos from Nevada
Negative(s) 21-26 : participant entrance to arena
Negative(s) 27-28 : cowboys preparing to ride
Negative(s) 29 : spectators near entrance to arena
Negative(s) 30 : horses
Negative(s) 31 : waiting participant
Negative(s) 32 : kid fence spectators
Negative(s) 33 : spectators across the road
Negative(s) 34 : kids calf roping
Negative(s) 35-37: bronc riding at rodeo
BCE25499 : Winfred Kimber; abandoned Allen N. Tanner house; calf roping practice; old Frost ranch
Negative(s) 0-7 : Winfred Kimber and T. Carter (all very dark)
Negative(s) 8-9 : view southward of A.N. Tanner house from southwest
Negative(s) 10-12 : exterior of A.N. Tanner house from southwest
Negative(s) 13 : central passage in Tanner house
Negative(s) 14 : upstairs room in Tanner house
Negative(s) 15-18 : interior view upwards form southeast corner of Tanner house
Negative(s) 20-28 : riders, horses and calves arriving to practice in Grouse Creek Rodeo arena
Negative(s) 29 : view of fence that runs northward from cellar at old Frost Ranch
Negative(s) 30-31 : T. Carter and D. Randall drawing homestead in preparation for measuring Old Frost ranch
Negative(s) 32-34 : calf and cow new old Frost homestead
Negative(s) 35-36 : cows at Old Frost ranch
Negative(s) 37 : T. Carter drawing plans
BCE25500 : Independence Day parade 6 July 1985
Negative(s) 1 : traffic before parade begins
Negative(s) 2 : young spectators looking for a vantage point to view the parade
Negative(s) 3-6 : flagbearers on horseback heading up the parade route
Negative(s) 7-9 : local children on foot, bikes or three wheelers
Negative(s) 10 : float
Negative(s) 11-13 : 4-H float with Tami Tanner and others
Negative(s) 14 : fire truck
Negative(s) 15 : senior citizen's float with (l to r) Winfred Kimber, Herbert Tanner, and Ella Tanner
Negative(s) 16 : spectators returning to schoolhouse area
Negative(s) 17-18 : return of the flags to the schoolhouse
Negative(s) 19 : participants after parade
Negative(s) 20-21 : spectators after parade
BCE25501 : Independence Day Celebration preparations and sign; Tanner family reunion
Negative(s) 0-3 : tractor leveling arena for rodeo
Negative(s) 4 : Tanner family reunion (l to r) Max Tanner, Max's brother, Melissa Tanner with granddaughter Trisha Tanner, Shirley
Negative(s) 5-6 : Kathleen, Angie and Toni Tanner decorating 4-H float
Negative(s) 7 : Tanner family reunion (l to r) Max Tanner, Max's brother, Melissa Tanner with granddaughter Trisha Tanner, Shirley
Negative(s) 8-15 : Kathleen, Angie and Toni Tanner decorating 4-H float
Negative(s) 16-17 : Max Tanner with granddaughter Trisha Tanner
Negative(s) 18 : Max Tanner's brother
Negative(s) 19 : (l to r) Max's brother, Max Tanner, and H. Cannon
Negative(s) 20-21 : Shirley (?), Angie and Kathleen Tanner
Negative(s) 22 : (l to r) Shirley, Trisha Tanner, Melissa Tanner, Max's brother's wife
Negative(s) 23-24 : Angie, Tami, and Kathleen Tanner working on float
Negative(s) 25-26 : piles of salt for cattle behind Co-op
Negative(s) 27-28 : John Richardson (son of Val and Verna) cutting down weeds
Negative(s) 29-30 : fence in front of Hattie Tanner's house, across from rodeo grounds
Negative(s) 31 : Winfred Kimber's home with sleeping bags on lawn
Negative(s) 32-33 : Grouse Creek Co-op with signs announcing 4th of July celebration
Negative(s) 34 : closeup of sign on Co-op
Negative(s) 35-36: Grouse Creek Co-op
BCE25502 : Old Frost ranch; lunch preparations at Kathleen Tanner's home 4 July 1985
Negative(s) 1-2 : side view of chute and opening at old Frost ranch
Negative(s) 3 : T. Carter and D. Randall measuring Frost ranch
Negative(s) 4 : view of chute from opening backwards
Negative(s) 5-6 : corner notching, attachment of rails, and roof at southeast corner of barn
Negative(s) 7 : corral gate
Negative(s) 8-9 : front and back views of hand fitted gate, pivoting end
Negative(s) 10-11 : view of open gate from inside corral
Negative(s) 12-13 : hand fitted gate, swinging end
Negative(s) 14 : T. Carter photographing barn roof construction
Negative(s) 15 : (l to r) Kathleen and Angie Tanner
Negative(s) 16 : (l to r) Toni, Trisha, Tami and Kathleen Tanner
Negative(s) 17 : Tanner table: mashed potatoes, gravy (pork and beef), coleslaw, green beans, pickled beets, chili sauce, beet jelly
Negative(s) 18 : (l to r) Tami, Trisha, and Toni Tanner
Negative(s) 19 : Toni and Trisha Tanner with the homemade donuts
Negative(s) 20-21 : Kathleen Tanner cutting the roast beef
Negative(s) 22-23 : Tanner table with addition of roast beef
Negative(s) 24 : Tami Tanner with homemade donuts
Negative(s) 25-26 : cooking donuts
Negative(s) 27-28 : Toni Tanner with filled plate (also #27 8"x 11" image)
Negative(s) 29 : filled plate
Negative(s) 30-32 : Toni with homemade donuts
Negative(s) 33 : Kathleen Tanner making donuts with Tami and Angie watching
Negative(s) 34 : Kathleen Tanner making homemade donuts
Negative(s) 35 : Trisha Tanner
Negative(s) 36 : Kathleen Tanner making homemade donuts
BCE25509 : Brian Thompson (son of Hugh and Marge Thompson) wedding reception; Independence Day dance
Negative(s) 0-1 : wedding cake
Negative(s) 2-3 : details of tricot quilt
Negative(s) 4-5 : reception line
Negative(s) 6 : Brian's cousin-in-law videotaping reception
Negative(s) 7-8 : guests at refreshment tables
Negative(s) 9 : videotaping
Negative(s) 10 : Brian's sister-in-law singing at reception
Negative(s) 11-13 : reception line
Negative(s) 14 : guests at refreshment table
Negative(s) 15 : refreshment server and sister
Negative(s) 16 : cake (Herbert Tanner, Brian's grandfather on right)
Negative(s) 17 : guests at refreshment tables
Negative(s) 18-19 : kitchen crew, including Betty Kimber, Bobby Blanthorn, and Marian Kimber
Negative(s) 20-20A : refreshment servers
Negative(s) 22 : kitchen crew
Negative(s) 23-24 : Independence Day dance in school gymnasium
Negative(s) 25 : Merlin and Kenna Tanner at dance
Negative(s) 26 : kids at dance
Negative(s) 27 : Rhea Toyn and Winfred Kimber dancing
Negative(s) 28-34 : all ages enjoying dance
BCE25510 : Independence Day program
Negative(s) 0-1 : full view of audience from stage right
Negative(s) 2 : full house, some families sitting on the floor
Negative(s) 3-4 : pledge of allegiance
Negative(s) 5-8 : audience singing "Star Spangled Banner"
Negative(s) 9 : child performer on stage
Negative(s) 10 : Bishop Doug Tanner on stage
Negative(s) 11 : audience listening to Bishop Doug Tanner
Negative(s) 12 : Bishop Doug Tanner on stage
Negative(s) 13-14 : children in audience
Negative(s) 15 : Suzi Wyrick announcing (Winfred Kimber's granddaughter)
Negative(s) 16 : audience
Negative(s) 17-21 : guest artists: T. Carter and H. Cannon
Negative(s) 22 : audience reaction (blurred)
Negative(s) 23-25 : Murray cloggers, related to someone, added to program at last minute
Negative(s) 26 : children reacting to performance
Negative(s) 27 : cloggers
Negative(s) 28 : favorable audience reaction to cloggers
Negative(s) 29-31 : Archie Toyn, member of Grouse Creek Orchestra, singing
Negative(s) 32 : Betty Kimber on piano (accompanying Archie Toyn)
Negative(s) 33-34 : musical trio of locals
Negative(s) 35 : "folksinger" on patriotic program
Negative(s) 36-37 : Grouse Creek school children singing song about America on program
BCE25511 : Independence Day activities: children's dance, lunch 6 July 1985
Negative(s) 0-1 : kids dancing
Negative(s) 2 : kids waiting to dance
Negative(s) 3-4 : older sister with younger child
Negative(s) 5 : parent spectators
Negative(s) 6 : grandmother dancing with granddaughter
Negative(s) 7 : fathers dancing with boys
Negative(s) 8 : mother and daughter dancing
Negative(s) 9 : father and son dancing
Negative(s) 10-11 : grandmother dancing with grandson
Negative(s) 12 : father and son dancing
Negative(s) 13 : mother and daughter dancing
Negative(s) 14-18 : "Hockey Pockey" group dance
Negative(s) 19 : end of dance
Negative(s) 20-22 : midday meal of roast beef enjoyed outside of school
Negative(s) 23 : cowboys signing up for rodeo
Negative(s) 24-26 : visiting and relaxing after midday meal
Negative(s) 27 : cowboys signing up for rodeo
Negative(s) 28 : ice cream bars being passed out for dessert
Negative(s) 29 : fieldworkers (l to r) C. Fleischhauer, T. Carter, H. Cannon
Negative(s) 30 : visiting on lawn after lunch
Negative(s) 31-32 : fishpond for kids on southside of schoolhouse
Negative(s) 33 : cowboys signing up for rodeo
Negative(s) 34 : unidentified father and son
Negative(s) 35 : all-age softball game after midday meal
Negative(s) 36 : D. Randall interviewing residents after midday meal
Negative(s) 37 : ballgame
BCE25567 : Ella Tanner; Melissa Tanner's; Milt Oman breaking a colt, continued on BCE25570 18 July 1985,
Negative(s) 0A-2A : Ella Tanner's various pickles and relishes
Negative(s) 3A-4A : Ella Tanner's canned crab apples and raspberries
Negative(s) 5A : Ella Tanner in her kitchen
Negative(s) 6A-9A : Melissa Tanner's tricot quilt
Negative(s) 10A-11A : Melissa Tanner's crocheted afghans
Negative(s) 12A-13A : Melissa Tanner with two crocheted afghans
Negative(s) 14A-16A : Melissa Tanner's quilted, tricot bedspread
Negative(s) 17A-24A : Milt Oman breaking a colt in the rodeo holding corral: putting on lead ropes and leading colt around arena
Negative(s) 25A-30A : preparing horse to be ridden
Negative(s) 31A-36A : first ride on the colt
BCE25568 : Kathleen Tanner and children at home; Ella Tanner foodways, continued on BCE25571 18 July 1985,
Negative(s) 0-0A : Amy, Kathleen and Tami Tanner preparing lunch at home
Negative(s) 1A : (l to r) Angie, Amy, Kathleen Tanner preparing lunch at home
Negative(s) 2A : (l to r) Amy, Tami, and Angie
Negative(s) 3A-4A : Angie showing Tami how to grate cheese
Negative(s) 5A-6A : Toni tending Trisha
Negative(s) 7A-8A : photographs of children on the walls at Doug and Kathleen Tanner home
Negative(s) 9A : photos of LDS Church President and temple on wall
Negative(s) 10A : Angie watching Kathleen cook
Negative(s) 11A : Tami with grater
Negative(s) 12A : (l to r) Angie, Tami, Kathleen, Amy
Negative(s) 13A : view of living room from kitchen table area
Negative(s) 14A 15A : Doug Tanner's chair in living room
Negative(s) 16A : view of kitchen area of living room
Negative(s) 17A-18A : view of ranch from window over kitchen sink
Negative(s) 19A-20A : view of yard and ranch from perspective of window
Negative(s) 21A-23A : Kathleen and plate of nachos
Negative(s) 24A-25A : (l to r) Kathleen and Amy (second oldest, oldest at home)
Negative(s) 26A-27A : exterior of Ella Tanner home
Negative(s) 28A-34A : Ella Tanner's canned and cooling raspberries
Negative(s) 35A-35A : Ella Tanner canning raspberries
BCE25569 : Various images July 1985
Negative(s) 0-3 : welded sign in front of David and Betty Kimber's place
Negative(s) 4-11 : views of Grouse Creek looking northward from hill south of town
Negative(s) 12-13 : photographs of children on Marge and Hugh Thompson's living room wall
Negative(s) 14-16 : Marge and Hugh Thompson
Negative(s) 17-19 : road toward limestone quarry
Negative(s) 20-21 : approach to quarry
Negative(s) 22-25 : limestone quarry in Grouse Creek, UT
Negative(s) 26 : view westward from quarry
Negative(s) 27 : limestone quarry
Negative(s) 28 : view from quarry road of ward ranch hay fields
Negative(s) 29-31 : corral fence at ward ranch
Negative(s) 32-33 : horseshoers' workbench at ward ranch
Negative(s) 34-36 : corral area at ward ranch
BCE25570 : Milt Oman breaking a horse 18 July 1985
Negative(s) 0A-14A : riding the colt, fanning hat to keep him moving
Negative(s) 15A : fieldworker: R. Roper
Negative(s) 16A : Milt Oman
Negative(s) 17A : Milt Oman's old dog
Negative(s) 18A-23A : removing saddle and other gear and letting the horse rest between steps
Negative(s) 24A-26A : Milt Oman
Negative(s) 27A : view eastward from rodeo grounds
Negative(s) 28A : Milt Oman's daughter
Negative(s) 29A-30A : (l to r) T. Carter and H. Cannon
Negative(s) 31A : (l to r) Milt Oman, T. Carter, H. Cannon, R. Roper
Negative(s) 32A : Milt gathering up gear to leave
BCE25571 : Various images in Grouse Creek area 18 July 1985
Negative(s) 0-1a : view of Max Tanner ranch from near old stone Warburton house
Negative(s) 2a : hay derrick near Warburton stone house
Negative(s) 3a-12a : Max Tanner ranch gate (cutwork made in California)
Negative(s) 13a-14a : view of Max Tanner ranch from Warburton place
Negative(s) 15a : Warburton stone house
Negative(s) 16a-17a : fields of bailed hay between Etna and Grouse Creek
Negative(s) 18a : sheep camp on Etna Road
Negative(s) 19a : sign for Simplot Ranch
Negative(s) 20a-22a : Allen tanner corrals
Negative(s) 23a-30a : fields to east slide of highway at north end of settlement
Negative(s) 31a-32a : Kathleen Tanner preparing Mexican food for lunch
Negative(s) 33a : (l to r) Angie , Sis, and Kathleen Tanner
Negative(s) 34a : Angie Tanner setting table
Negative(s) 35a : (1 to r) Amy, Kathleen, and Angie Tanner preparing lunch
Negative(s) 36a : Tami Tanner helping to prepare lunch
BCE25572 : Grouse Creek Cemetery; field east of dugway; old Paskett homestead 16 July 1985
Negative(s) 0 : southeast (new) section of cemetery looking east from ditch towards gate and highway
Negative(s) 1 : Roberts' family plot in new section
Negative(s) 2-4 : D. and E. Tanner stone
Negative(s) 5 : backside of Olson stone
Negative(s) 6 : stone in Roberts' family plot
Negative(s) 7 : handmade wooden benches used in old, log church (before stone)
Negative(s) 8 : southwest section of cemetery looking west form middle of section
Negative(s) 9 : looking southeastward from extreme northwest corner of cemetery with Indian graves in foreground
Negative(s) 10 : Indian grave and marker
Negative(s) 11 : fence marking western edge of cemetery
Negative(s) 12 : same angle as #9 but closer to foliage
Negative(s) 13 : A. N. Tanner stone
Negative(s) 14 : Kimber stones
Negative(s) 15-17 : A. N. Tanner stone with J. H. Bott signature
Negative(s) 18 : J. Tanner stone
Negative(s) 19 : Frost family stones in southwest section looking westward
Negative(s) 20-21 : V. Tanner stone
Negative(s) 22 : A. N. Tanner stone
Negative(s) 23-24 : Catlin stone
Negative(s) 25 : Mormon Battalion marker at foot of Catlin stone
Negative(s) 26-29 : men haying in field east of highway just north of dugway
Negative(s) 30-31 : log structure near dugway
Negative(s) 32-33 : view of town from hill near Ella Tanner home
Negative(s) 34-37 : interior views of old Paskett home
BCE25573 : photos of Ella Tanner home; copy photos of E. Tanner's scrapbook; Kenna Tanner and son Brent 17 July 1985
Negative(s) 0 : old Paskett homestead
Negative(s) 1-2 : Ella Tanner with canned goods
Negative(s) 3-4 : Ella Tanner in her kitchen
Negative(s) 5-6 : Ella Tanner in her front room
Negative(s) 7-8 : Ella Tanner's cellar stairway
Negative(s) 9 : copy photo: old town band, naming band members (E. Tanner collection)
Negative(s) 10 : copy photo: "working on the farm: and "hay crew" (E. Tanner collection)
Negative(s) 11 : copy photo: "Uncle Ted" (E. Tanner collection)
Negative(s) 12-13 : copy photo: old church "finished March 26 1891" (E. Tanner collection)
Negative(s) 14 : copy photo:"Grandpa Hadfield's grave--Grandma Hadfield and Ted" (E. Tanner collection)
Negative(s) 15 : copy photo: "Dad" (E. Tanner collection)
Negative(s) 16 : copy photo: Betteridge store "Amy Hadfield and Ted Hadfield" (E. Tanner collection)
Negative(s) 17 : copy photo: three-act play "Martha Hart" (E. Tanner collection)
Negative(s) 18 : copy photo: "the family home" (E. Tanner collection)
Negative(s) 19-21 : copy photo: Delbert Tanner family reunion (E. Tanner collection)
Negative(s) 22-24 : Kenna Tanner quilt: log cabin design
Negative(s) 25-26 : appliqued quilt by Kenna Tanner
Negative(s) 27 : Kenna Tanner
Negative(s) 28-29 : tied, polyester quilt by Kenna Tanner (assisted by Brent)
Negative(s) 30 : pieced quilt: Star of Bethlehem by Kenna Tanner
Negative(s) 31 : pieced star quilt displayed by Kenna Tanner and son Brent
Negative(s) 32-34 : Brent and Kenna Tanner holding crocheted afghan
Negative(s) 35-36 : outdoor cellar
Negative(s) 37 : view of cattle
1 2 Carl Fleischhauer Black and White Negatives and Contact Sheet Logs
(23 items)
(folders 047-069). [old foldering info: folder 070 previously held C. Fleischhauer b&w logs]
BCF50409-1 : Fall roundup; Jay Tanner's new house; Doug Tanner house interior & ranch 8-9 October 1988
Negative(s) 1-3 : Tom Tanner and friend load their horse into truck at the end of the work session
Negative(s) 4-5 : Jay Tanner's new house
Negative(s) 6-10 : sign announcing talk by Tom Carter and Carl Fleischhauer on Grouse Creek survey
Negative(s) 11-15 : views from Doug Tanner house
Negative(s) 16-18 : spring cistern in hillside cave
Negative(s) 19-21 : Doug Tanner house
Negative(s) 22-27 : interior of Doug Tanner's remodeled house
BCF50409-2 : Tanner fall roundup 10 October 1988
Negative(s) 2 : Doug Tanner and Max Tanner sorting cattle
Negative(s) 3-4 : Doug Tanner sorting cattle
Negative(s) 5 : Doug Tanner and Max Tanner sorting cattle
Negative(s) 6 : sorting cattle
Negative(s) 7 : rider with another group
Negative(s) 8 : trucks parked along road at lot
Negative(s) 9-14 : Max and Doug Tanner drive a group of their cattle
Negative(s) 15-20 : cattle arriving at the destination field, cattle enter through gate
Negative(s) 21-25 : Max tanner and his gear
Negative(s) 26-27 : Max, Doug and Angie Tanner (who brought candy bars and soft drinks for lunch), and Tom Carter after drive
Negative(s) 28 : Max Tanner on horseback
Negative(s) 29 : Angie and Max Tanner and T. Carter
Negative(s) 30-32 : Angie Tanner with reata
Negative(s) 33 : Jay Tanner and Doug Tanner moving some animals back at lot
Negative(s) 34-37 : Jay Tanner
BCF50409-3 : Delivering the Grouse Creek Archive; sorting cattle 7-8 October 1988
Negative(s) 1-15 : from another subject, removed
Negative(s) 16-17 : no image
Negative(s) 18-21 : delivering the Grouse Creek Archive to USU's Fife Folklore Archives
Negative(s) 22-23 : Hugh Thompson on horseback
Negative(s) 24 : buckaroos
Negative(s) 25-36 : working / sorting cattle
BCF231196-1 : Independence Day celebration 6 July 1985
Negative(s) 1-5 : lunch served by Oakley Idaho Arts Council in Grouse Creek school gymnasium
Negative(s) 6 : children's dance
Negative(s) 7-10 : three Nevada buckaroos from Gamble ranch, (l to r) Hal Bongiovi, Gordon Stanford, Harland Jewett
Negative(s) 11-13 : eating lunch and socializing
Negative(s) 14-16 : contestants signing up for rodeo
Negative(s) 17-20 : kids races
Negative(s) 21-22 : eating lunch
Negative(s) 23-33 : Betty Tanner and friend run fish pond
Negative(s) 34 : no image
Negative(s) 35-37 : baseball game
BCF231196-2 : Doug Tanner ranch; Fletcher house; Tanner National register house 4 July 1985
Negative(s) 0-1 : floor of Tanner home
Negative(s) 2-11 : portrait of Doug and Kathleen Tanner family, taken after H. Cannon's interview with D. T
Negative(s) 12-13 : Fletcher house (stone house reminiscent of British Isles), door between front part of house and "ell" behind
Negative(s) 14-17 : detail of main front door; wood has fallen off exposing stonework
Negative(s) 18-19 : right front window, framing for lowered ceiling in the room visible at top of plastered wall
Negative(s) 20-26 : insect box--bee-like--for assumed pollination
Negative(s) 27-31 : Fletcher house
Negative(s) 32-38 : Tanner National Register house
BCF231196-3 : Grouse Creek Post Office, Co-op store, townscapes 4 July 1985
Negative(s) 2-3 : post office
Negative(s) 4-8 : posters on P.O. door, including one for fourth of July
Negative(s) 9-12 : looking west from the rodeo arena and field just north of arena
Negative(s) 13-15 : looking southwest toward town from hill at the north end rodeo arena field
Negative(s) 16-17 : Co-op store
Negative(s) 18-25 : stone barn along road
Negative(s) 26-37 : old long house at the old Frost place
BCF231196-4 : Independence Day celebration: baseball game and rodeo 6 July 1985
Negative(s) 1-7 : baseball game (John Anderson from Bountiful, UT in image 5)
Negative(s) 8-11 : racing flags around the arena
Negative(s) 12 : grand entry
Negative(s) 13 : saddle bronc
Negative(s) 14-16 : getting mounted on a saddle bronc, taken from announcer stand
Negative(s) 17 : looking over emcee Merlin Tanner's shoulder at team roping
Negative(s) 18-23 : team roping
Negative(s) 24-26 : looking over emcee Merlin Tanner's shoulder at team roping and saddle bronc riding
Negative(s) 27-34 : getting rigged up
Negative(s) 35-36 : fence sitting
Negative(s) 37 : man and boy in rodeo arena parking/preparation area
BCF231196-5 : Rock corral; fieldwork headquarters; near Fletcher house; school 6 July 1985
Negative(s) 2-14 : Jeff Thomas shows rock corral on Thomas ranch, used by deer hunters, rig for dressing deer in 9-11
Negative(s) 15-16 : granite outbuilding at the Thomas place
Negative(s) 17-19 : relatively new irrigation system: gate and reservoir
Negative(s) 20-26 : T. Carter logging a tape on one of the Kaypro computers at the fieldwork headquarters
Negative(s) 27 : kitchen of fieldwork headquarters
Negative(s) 28-29 : H. Cannon's bedroom in fieldwork headquarters
Negative(s) 30-34 : members of the Oakley, Idaho Arts Council preparing lunch while breakfast is being served
Negative(s) 36 : kids on three-wheelers hot road down the road in front of school
Negative(s) 37-38 : Grouse Creek school
BCF231196-6 : Independence Day rodeo; Brian and JoLene (K. Hill) Thompson wedding reception 6 July 1985
Negative(s) 2 : family in parking area north of arena
Negative(s) 3-8 : food concession, Oakley Idaho Arts Council
Negative(s) 9 : parking area, boy on the left with the cowboy outfit is Tommy Tanner, Doug Tanner's son
Negative(s) 10 : kids on three-wheelers watching rodeo
Negative(s) 11-14 : calf roping
Negative(s) 15-18 : cow riding
Negative(s) 19-20 : rigging up
Negative(s) 21 : men at gate
Negative(s) 22-23 : Gordon Stanford, Gamble Ranch, Montello, NV (Frankie Dougal's grandson)
Negative(s) 24-25 : crowd along north fence watching rodeo
Negative(s) 25-30 : Brian Thompson and JoLene (K. Hill) wedding reception receiving line, with cake (held at church)
Negative(s) 31-34 : room, guests at tables
Negative(s) 35-36 : Mr. Tanner with the bride and groom
BCF231196-7 : Brian and JoLene (K. Hill) Thompson wedding reception; exterior of LDS Church 6-7 July 1985
Negative(s) 2-4 : parents at head of receiving line, couple at far right are Mr. and Mrs. Hugh and Marge Thompson
Negative(s) 5-10 : bride and groom JoLene (K. Hill) and Brian Thompson greet folks in recieving line
Negative(s) 11-14 : exterior of LDS church, looking south toward town, taken between wedding reception and dance 6 July 1985
Negative(s) 15-27 : exterior of LDS church after sacrament meeting
Note cattle guard to keep livestock out in image 24
7 July 1985,
BCF231197-8 : fieldwork equipment; scenic view; haying 2 July 1985
Negative(s) 1-5 : quarter-ton of equipment C. Fleischhauer brought from D.C. for fieldwork
Negative(s): 6-9 : view south in to the northern end of the Grouse Creek Valley
Negative(s) 10-13 : Steven Kimber
Negative(s) 14-16 : T. Carter and Steven Kimber
Negative(s) 17-20 : picking up bales of hay with the bale wagon
Negative(s) 21-22 : picking up bales of hay with the bale wagon with old Frost place in background
Negative(s) 23-28 : dropping the stack of bales on the west side of the former Frost outbuilding
Negative(s) 29-30 : baling twine nailed to the ground to guide S.K. backing up and dropping the hay stack
Negative(s) 31-33 : old sled, piled high with used baling twine
BCF231196-9 : Old Frost place; Co-op Store; Archie and Rhea Toyn; scenic view
Negative(s) 2-5 : looking west down the hill at the old Frost place
Negative(s) 6-16 : Co-op store, including poster for fourth of July on door
Negative(s) 17 : blank
Negative(s) 18-22 : H. Cannon recording session with Archie and Rhea Toyn, at Toyn home
Negative(s) 23-27 : Rhea's late mother's shoe (the woman had polio); shoe displayed in living room
Negative(s) 28-31 : Rhea and Archie Toyn in their living room
Negative(s) 32-37 : views by early morning light (moon still visible) from headquarters house
BCF231196-10 : Patriotic Program 6 July 1985
Negative(s) 1-8 : visiting clogging group performing
Negative(s) 9-16 : two girls from clogging group performing
Negative(s) 17-22 : Archie Toyn performing a song from World War I
Negative(s) 23-26 : the school chorus led by teacher
Negative(s) 27-36 : ceremony for veterans: all veterans asked to come to stage and parents of deceased veterans given flowers
BCF231196-11 : Old Frost place; Doug and Kathleen Tanner house 4 July 1985
Negative(s) 1-4 : the old log house at the old Frost place, dirt roof
Negative(s) 5-6 : log barn at old Frost place
Negative(s) 7-9 : after dinner at the Doug and Kathleen Tanner home: T. Carter, Kathleen Tanner, C. Edison
Negative(s) 10-11 : Tanner daughters eating dinner after adults (with adults in background)
Negative(s) 12-25 : view of Tanner ranch
Negative(s) 26-31 : Doug Tanner interviewed by H. Cannon
Negative(s) 32-34 : Doug Tanner
BCF231196-12 : Doug and Kathleen Tanner home: foodways 5 July 1985
Negative(s) 1-3 : table set for dinner: roast beef and pork
Negative(s) 4 : no image
Negative(s) 5-25 : Kathleen Tanner and daughters making homemade donuts
Negative(s) 26-29 : Toni Tanner frosting "somethings"
Negative(s) 30-36 : Jeff Thomas's garden (32-33 includes T. Carter and J. Thomas)
Negative(s) 37: hot spring on Thomas place, 100 degrees temperature
BCF231196-13 : Louis Tanner; fieldwork headquarters; old Frost place 2-3 July 1985
Negative(s) 2-3 : Louis Tanner and fiend load and Angus bull
Negative(s) 4 : gate
Negative(s) 5-8 : T. Carter and Louis Tanner
Negative(s) 9-13 : Louis Tanner
Negative(s) 14-21 : looking down into the valley from the road to the north
Negative(s) 22-24 : looking down into the valley with telephoto
Negative(s) 25-28 : railroad outbuilding behind the barn at headquarters house
Negative(s) 29-30 : front of headquarter house with T. Carter's vehicle
Negative(s) 31-37 : looking west down the hill at the old Frost place
BCF231196-14 : Independence Day celebration 6 July 1985
Negative(s) 0-3 : pancake breakfast hosted by Oakley, ID, Arts Council
Negative(s) 4-7 : kids on three-wheelers
Negative(s) 8-10 : serving pancakes
Negative(s) 11-13 : eating breakfast outside
Negative(s) 14-17 : man with t-shirt: "my wife--yes; my dog--maybe; my gun--never"
Negative(s) 18-22 : no images
Negative(s) 23-25 : Tommy Tanner dressed like cowboy
Negative(s) 26 : girls in parking lot of school
Negative(s) 27-30 : pledge of allegiance and the National Anthem at the patriotic program held at school
Negative(s) 32-37 : T. Carter and H. Cannon perform with guitar and fiddle at patriotic program
BCF231196-15 : Independence Day dance 6 July 1985
Negative(s) 1-11 : dancers, some in western wear
Negative(s) 12-14 : band: Craig Adams and Apocalypse
Negative(s) 15-17 : band and dancers
BCF231196-16 : Tanner National Register house; Doug Tanner house; Warren Kimber ranch 4-5 July 1985
Negative(s) 2-3 : view of valley
Negative(s) 4-11 : Tanner National Register house
Negative(s) 12-17 : hay derrick: "Mormon hay stacker"
Negative(s) 18-19 : fieldwork group on picnic: (l to r) H. Cannon, T. Carter, C. Edison, D. Randall, C. Fleischhauer
Negative(s) 20-28 : haying at Warren Kimber's ranch: Warren drives bailer and his son drives wagon
Negative(s) 29-35 : irrigation water in ditch along the road adjacent to Kimber's hayfield
Negative(s) 36 : C. Edison photographing the Tanner children in their kitchen
Negative(s) 37 : table set for friday dinner with Doug and Kathleen Tanner family
BCF231196-17 : Post Office, Co-op store; Frost house
2 1/4 inch format negatives
4 July 1985,
Negative(s) 1-2 : post office
Negative(s) 3-6 : townscape
Negative(s) 7-9 : exterior of co-op store in early morning light
Negative(s) 10-12 : old log house at the old Frost place
BCF231196-18 : Tanner National Register house
2 1/4 inch format negatives
4 July 1985,
Negative(s) 1-3 : The Tanner National Register house
Negative(s) 4-6 : scene looking west across valley
BCF231196-19 : Old Frost place
2 1/4 inch format negatives
2, 3, 4 July 1985,
Negative(s) 1-3 : looking down into the head of the valley from the road to the north: evening light
Negative(s) 4-5 : looking west down the hill at the Old Frost place
Negative(s) 6-7 : looking north up the valley
Negative(s) 8-10 : co-op, exterior at high noon on 3 July
Negative(s) 11-12 : view of headquarters house in early morning light, moon still visible 4 July 1985
BCF231196-20 : Co-op
2 1/4 inch format negatives
3 July 1985,
Negative(s) 1-2 : Grouse Creek community co-op store
1 3 Hal Cannon Black and White Negatives and Contact Sheet Logs
(13 items)
(folders 071-83). [old foldering info: folder 084 previously held H. Cannon b&w logs].
BHC25506 : Independence Day celebration: rodeo and dance 6 July 1985
Negative(s) 1-2 : Views of Fourth of July Rodeo
Negative(s) 3-5 : Unidentified cowboy at the Fourth of July Rodeo
Negative(s) 6-8 : Close-up of unidentified cowboy holding the reins of his horse
Negative 9 : Close-up of unidentified cowboy's horse's face
Negative(s) 10-12 : Two young cowboys in the parking lot at the Fourth of July rodeo
Negative 13 : Bull riding at the Fourth of July rodeo
Negative 14 : Fence sitters at the Fourth of July rodeo
Negative(s) 15-16 : Cowboy adjusting his boots at the Fourth of July rodeo
Negative(s) 17-19 : Views of the Fourth of July Rodeo
Negative 20 : Young cowboy at the Fourth of July rodeo
Negative(s) 21-23 : Fence sitters at the Fourth of July rodeo
Negative(s) 24-26 : Views of the Fourth of July Rodeo
Negative(s) 27-28 : Young boy at Fourth of July rodeo
Negative(s) 29 : men with a boy at Fourth of July rodeo
Negative(s) 30 : Man at Fourth of July rodeo
Negative(s) 31-32 : Couples dancing at the Fourth of July dance in the school gym
Negative(s) 34-35 : Announcer's stand at Fourth of July rodeo
BHC25507 : various images around Grouse Creek, including Independence Day baseball game and rodeo 6 July 1985
Negative(s) 2-4 : Unidentified woman, possibly Rhea Toyn, playing the ukulele
Negative(s) 5-7 : Etna Reservoir
Negative(s) 8-10 : Insect box in front of the old stone Fletcher house used with bee-like insects for assumed pollination
Negative 11 : Chimney of stone house ruin
Negative(s) 12-13 : People socializing after lunch in the school yard at the Fourth of July celebration
Negative(s) 14-19 : sign up and pay entry fee for the 4th of July rodeo competitions
Negative 20 : People socializing after lunch in the school yard at the Fourth of July celebration
Negative 21 : Young cowboy at the Fourth of July Celebration
Negative 22 : Welcome sign at the Grouse Creek School
Negative 23-24 : Family riding down Grouse Creek main street to the 4th of July rodeo
Negative 25 : Sign at entrance to rodeo grounds
Negative 26 : Spectators watching the rodeo from across the street
Negative 27 : Scene from the Fourth of July rodeo
Negative(s) 28-36 : Spectators sitting on fence during the Fourth of July rodeo
BHC25508 : T. Carter interviewing Winfred Kimber at old Frost place 2 July 1985
Negative(s) 1-3 : Custom painted stock truck at Frost Farm
Negative(s) 4-12 : Views of north Grouse Creek, Utah from the hillside above the Frost farmstead
Negative(s) 13-35 : Tom Carter interviewing Winfred Kimber at the old Frost place (Tom Carter is not pictured in 32-34)
BHC25552 : Horseshoeing; Nelson ranch July 1985
Negative(s) 0-7 : horse being shoed at Nelson Ranch, Junction, UT
Negative(s) 8 : T. Carter, Mr. Nelson talk with his nephew at his ranch, Junction, UT
Negative(s) 9-15 : cabin at Junction, UT, belonging to Mr. Nelson's nephew
Negative(s) 16 : sign on gate on road up to mountains about Nelson ranch
Negative(s) 17-19 : aspen log cabin in canyon about Nelson ranch
Negative(s) 20-22 : detail of log construction on cabin
Negative(s) 23-24 : interior of cabin
Negative(s) 25 : bull in field by cabin
Negative(s) 26-27 : Basque sheepherder monument on mountain top above Nelson ranch
Negative(s) 28-30 : front view of Grouse Creek rodeo grounds
Negative(s) 31-33 : north view of Grouse Creek rodeo grounds
Negative(s) 34-36 : south view of Grouse Creek rodeo grounds
BHC25553 : Max Tanner; Doug Tanner; Wallace Betteridge July 1985
Negative(s) 1-3 : brands from Max Tanner ranch
Negative(s) 4-5 : Doug Tanner and son Tom examine hay to see if it is ready to bale
Negative(s) 6-8 : tub full of rawhide ready to treat by Wallace Betteridge
Negative(s) 9-11 : Wallace Betteridge in front of home in Montello, NV
Negative(s) 12-15 : bosal made by Wallace Betteridge's father
Negative(s) 16-23 : assorted bosals made by Wallace Betteridge
Negative(s) 24-26 : quirt braided by Wallace Betteridge
Negative(s) 27-32 : Wallace Betteridge sitting with braided rope he made
Negative(s) 33 : T. Carter getting in back of truck
Negative(s) 34-36 : farrier preparing horse for shoeing at Nelson ranch in Junction
BHC25554 : Various Grouse Creek area people and places July 1985
Negative(s) 1 : no image
Negative(s) 2-5 : drainage on ridge above Doug Tanner ranch
Negative(s) 6-7 : vista from ridge over Doug Tanner ranch
Negative(s) 8 : no image
Negative(s) 9-12 : Max Tanner outside truck on tour in mountains above Death Valley with H. Cannon and T. Carter
Negative(s) 13-22 : more landscape on tour of mountains west of Aetna with Max Tanner
Negative(s) 23 : Max Tanner in cab of truck
Negative(s) 24 : Uncle Tom's cabin above Jack Kimber ranch
Negative(s) 25-28 : siblings: (l to r) (Sally) Wallace Betteridge, Raida Kimber, George Betteridge
Negative(s) 29-31 : monument in front of Jack Kimber ranch
Negative(s) 32-34 : Jack Kimber
Negative(s) 35-37 : Doug Tanner's new tractor
BHC25555 : Simplot; Dwight Warburton ranch July 1985
Negative(s) 0-1 : Simplot horse trailer parked near Moulton, ID
Negative(s) 2-3 : cows being moved by Milt Oman and Barney McWilliams
Negative(s) 4-6 : Milt Oman and Barney McWilliams unsaddling and loading horses after moving cows
Negative(s) 7 : Milt Oman
Negative(s) 8 : shop drawers at Simplot garage in Murtaugh, ID
Negative(s) 9-17 : Milt Oman talks with unidentified Simplot workers at Murtaugh shop
Negative(s) 18 : Milt Oman filling Simplot truck with gas
Negative(s) 19-21 : homemade gate in front of Dwight Warburton's home
Negative(s) 22-24 : detail of handmade hinge on gate at Warburton ranch
Negative(s) 25-28 : misc. buildings on Warburton ranch
Negative(s) 29-31 : willow fence in front yard of Reece Warburton's home
Negative(s) 32-34 : granary on Warburton ranch
Negative(s) 35-36 : school house from Lucin moved to Warburton ranch
BHC25556 : Emigrant Canyon, ID; Moulton, ID July 1985
Negative(s) 1-2 : unidentified people leaving LDS church services at Grouse Creek ward
Negative(s) 3-5 : Milt Oman preparing to mount horse near old stage stop in Emigrant Canyon, ID
Negative(s) 6-9 : Milt Oman and Barney McWilliams riding
Negative(s) 8-9 : Milt Oman riding down road in Emigrant Canyon
Negative(s) 10-12 : stock truck parked in wash to unload horses, E.B
Negative(s) 13-18 : ruins of stage stop in Emigrant Canyon, ID
Negative(s) 19 : cattle being moved in Emigrant Canyon
Negative(s) 20-27 : writing on walls of abandoned school at Moulton, ID
Negative(s) 28-30 : abandoned school at Moulton
Negative(s) 31-36 : abandoned cabins near school at Moulton, ID
BHC25585 : Warburton ranch July 1985
Negative(s) 1-3 : original cabin at Warburton ranch site
Negative(s) 4-5 : detail of log work on same cabin
Negative(s) 6-9 : inside cabin, shot through window of north wall
Negative(s) 10-12 : front of cabin
Negative(s) 13-19 : old sheep camp in yards of Warburton ranch
Negative(s) 20 : windmill at Warburton ranch
Negative(s) 21-23 : cabin used as shop with blacksmithing tools at Warburton ranch
Negative(s) 24-26 : interior of falling down cabin at Warburton ranch
Negative(s) 27-29 : wooden structure
Negative(s) 30-36 : landscape shots of George Creek Canyon above Yost, UT
BHC25637 : Wallace Betteridge; Montello NV July 1985
Negative(s) 0-16 : various shots of Wallace Betteridge, Montello, NV, braiding hondo onto old riata (or reata) that was broken
Negative(s) 17-20 : bake sale on Montello, NV, main street to raise funds for refurbishing community church
Negative(s) 21-29 : Wallace Betteridge standing with finished rope
Negative(s) 30-32 : copy of Grouse Creek Jack, wife, and Del Adams (Emily Kimber collection)
Negative(s) 33-34 : copy of winter feed: Annie Kimber driving sled, Elmer Kimber throwing hay, Dennis riding (E. Kimber collection)
Negative(s) 35-37 : copy of Wm. Ballingham's haying crew, Lyman Kimber ranch, buckrake team (E. Kimber collection) circa 1935
BHC25638 : Rhea Toyn scrapbook historic photos; Oren Kimber historic photographs July 1985
Negative(s) 0-8 : copies from Rhea Toyn's scrapbook, including information on Grouse Creek Jack (R. Toyn Collection)
Negative(s) 9 : copy of old photo of Grouse Creek school (R. Toyn Collection)
Negative(s) 10 : copy of photo of Grouse Creek brass band (R. Toyn Collection)
Negative(s) 11 : Grouse Creek church
Negative(s) 12-15 : copy of photo of a young Oren Kimber dressed in buckaroo garb (Opal Kimber Collection)
Negative(s) 16-18 : copy of photo of Oren Kimber with horse in later years (Opal Kimber Collection)
Negative(s) 19-21 : Grouse Creek Orchestra in Raida Kimber's backyard
Negative(s) 22-30 : Grouse Creek Orchestra play into recorder at Raida Kimber's house
BHC25639 : Emily Kimber scrapbook historic photos; Winfred Kimber family home evening July 1985
Negative(s) 0-2 : Elmer Kimber and son, Dennis, milking cow (E. Kimber Collection)
Negative(s) 3-5 : Wm. Ballingham leading horse at hay derrick on site of present Lyman Kimber ranch (E. Kimber Collection)
Negative(s) 6-8 : HD ranch in Nevada: Elmer Kimber and his haying crew with mowers (E. Kimber Collection)
Negative(s) 9-12 : haying, with buck rakes: UC men cut and rake, Kimber crew buck and stack (E. Kimber Collection)
Negative(s) 13-15 : Elmer Kimber on his pony named Ranger (E. Kimber Collection)
Negative(s) 16 : Grouse Creek children playing "dog and deer" with pet deer, (E. Kimber Collection) winter 1955
Negative(s) 17-25 : photos of Emily Kimber's scrapbook: haying crews in summers at UC ranch (E. Kimber Collection)
Negative(s) 26-28 : photo held by E. Kimber of buck rakes and scater rakes in fields of HD ranch (E. Kimber Collection)
Negative(s) 27-37 : family home evening at Winfred Kimber's field, including children and Toyn's: dutch oven dinner
BHC25640 : Max, Doug and Thomas Tanner at Thomas Cotton Basin; Wallace Betteridge July 1985
Negative(s) 0-3 : landscape south of Grouse Creek
Negative(s) 4-8 : Milton Oman breaking horse in small corral near rodeo grounds
Negative(s) 9-15 : Max Tanner, Doug Tanner, and Thomas Tanner prepare to gather cattle in Cotton Thomas Basin
Negative(s) 16 : Doug Tanner and son Thomas on horseback
Negative(s) 17 : hillside on Cotton Thomas Basin
Negative(s) 18-20 : max tanner riding after cattle
Negative(s) 21-26 : Cotton Thomas Basin with cows in distance
Negative(s) 27-29 : riders bringing cattle to gate separating Association lands and leased land
Negative(s) 30-31 : Doug Tanner prepares for lunch, taking off chaps
Negative(s) 32 : homemade spurs inherited by Wallace Betteridge from friend
Negative(s) 33-35 : reins braided by Wallace Betteridge
Negative(s) 36 : hondo braided to be braided onto rawhide rope
Negative(s) 37 : Wallace Betteridge braiding
1 4 Roger Roper Black and White Negatives and Contact Sheet Logs
(5 items)
(folders 085-089). [old foldering info: folder 090 previously held R. Roper b&w logs]
BRR25557 : Survey Sites: 7, 7A, 6, 23 12 July 1985
Negative(s) 0-12 : Site 7: A. Raymond Tanner house and root cellar
Negative(s) 13-24 : Site 7A: Moroni Tanner cabin and animal shelter
Negative(s) 25-29 : Site 6: Allen Newman Tanner house interior and exterior
Negative(s) 30-34 : Site 23: Max Tanner ranch, old and new tractor
BRR25558 : Survey Sites: 58, 41, 15, 14, 19 15 July 1985
Negative(s) 1-8 : Site 58: Charles Toyn Ranch exterior and interior of house
Negative(s) 9 : Site 58: Charles Toyn Ranch wash house
Negative(s) 10-11 : Site 58: Charles Toyn Ranch outhouse
Negative(s) 12 : Site 58: Charles Toyn Ranch loading ramp
Negative(s) 13-15 : Site 58: Charles Toyn Ranch interior of barn or stable
Negative(s) 16 : Site 58: Charles Toyn Ranch entrance gate
Negative(s) 17-19 : old photographs of road just north of the "dugout" (Raida Kimber Collection)
Negative(s) 20-25 : Site 41: James Cook house, interior and exterior of house
Negative(s) 26-27 : Site 15: Parley Paskett house, log chicken coop behind the house
Negative(s) 28 : Site 14: Phillip Paskett house, exterior
Negative(s) 29 : Site 14: Phillip Paskett house, root cellar adjacent to house
Negative(s) 30-31 : Site 14: Phillip Paskett house, construction details
Negative(s) 32-33 : Site 14: Phillip Paskett house, exterior of house
Negative(s) 34-37 : Site 14: Albert F. Richins house, exterior of house
BRR25559 : Survey Sites: 19, 6A, 25, 25A, 58, 15B, 4, 63 15-16 July 1985
Negative(s) 0-3 : Site 19: Albert F. Richins house, exterior and interior of house
Negative(s) 4-7 : Site 6A: Allen Newman Tanner granary, exterior of granary and house
Negative(s) 8 : Site 25, 25A: Etna school and carriage house exterior
Negative(s) 9 : Site 58: Charles Toyn ranch tack shed
Negative(s) 10 : Site 58: Charles Toyn chicken coop
Negative(s) 11-15 : Site 58: Charles Toyn barn or stable
Negative(s) 16 : Site 15B: Phillip Paskett chicken coop
Negative(s) 17-20 : Site 4: Annie Mecham house exterior and interior
Negative(s) 21 : Site 63: Ross Rytting ranch, exterior of cabin
BRR25560 : Survey Sites: 45, 21, 26, 49 18-19 July 1985
Negative(s) 0-5 : Site 45: John Hadfield, Sr., house, exterior and interior of house
Negative(s) 6-10 : Site: 21: Grouse Creek tithing office, exterior and interior of building
Negative(s) 11-12 : Site 26: Milas Wakefield store/co-op store, exterior of store
Negative(s) 13-16 : Site 49: George A. Blanthorn ranch, stone animal shelter
BRR25561 : Survey Site: 63 18 July 1985
Negative(s) 0-3 : Site 63: Ross Rytting ranch, exterior of cabin
Negative(s) 4-7 : Site 63: Ross Rytting ranch, exterior and interior of sheep wagon
Negative(s) 8-10 : Site 63: Ross Rytting ranch, corrals and fences
Negative(s) 11 : Site 63: Ross Rytting ranch, tack shed
Negative(s) 12 : Site 63: Ross Rytting ranch, beef hoist or gallows
Negative(s) 13 : Site 63: Ross Rytting ranch, loading chute
Negative(s) 14 : Site 63: Ross Rytting ranch, chicken coop
Negative(s) 15 : Site 63: Ross Rytting ranch, overview of corrals adn outbuildings
Negative(s) 16-18 : view of ranch from across the valley
1 5 Tom Carter Black and White Negatives and Contact Sheet Logs
(17 items)
(folders 091-107). [old foldering info: folder 108 previously held T. Carter b&w logs].
BTC20001 : Winter visit to Doug tanner's ranch 27 January 1986
Negative(s) 22-34 : Doug Tanner feeding hay from his truck
Negative(s) 35 : stock truck in winter
BTC20002 : Survey Site 26; Repairing equipment 5 July 1985
Negative(s) 17-19 : Site 26: Grouse Creek store
Negative(s) 20-20a : Allen and Louis Tanner fixing drive-train of their hay stacker
BTC25492 : Survey Sites 52, 6; Oren and Randy Kimber meadow 12 July 1985
Negative(s) 10-11 : Site 52: Edward Frost ranch: T. Carter measuring Frost roof
Negative(s) 12-14 : Site 52: Edward Frost ranch, carious shots
Negative(s) 15-20 : Site 6: Allen N. Tanner house, brick I house and granary
Negative(s) 21-22 : Oren Kimber baling hay
BTC25494 : Repairing equipment; Survey Site 52 4 July 1985
Negative(s) 3-7 : Allen and Louis Tanner repairing hay stacker at fieldwork headquarters owned by A. Tanner (once Toyn ranch)
Negative(s) 8-20 : Site 52: Edward Frost ranch: gable, scabbed plat construction, purlin roof, square-notch corner timbering
BTC25503 : Survey Site 52; Independence Day celebration 6 July 1985
Negative(s) 1-28 : Site 52: Edward Frost ranch: shed, stable, stable dirt roof, pole fencing, corral and gate
Negative(s) 29-32 : Independence Day pancake breakfast
Negative(s) 33-35 : view of parade
BTC25504 : Oren Kimber baling hay; Survey Site 52 12 July 1985
Negative(s) 2-10 : Oren Kimber on tractor baling hay
Negative(s) 11-16 : Site 52: Edward Frost ranch, ranch house and dirt roof
Negative(s) 17-21 : Site 52: Edward Frost ranch, equipment on the Frost ranch
Negative(s) 22-27 : Site 52: Edward Frost ranch, details of saddle-notching
Negative(s) 28-33 : Site 52: Edward Frost ranch, blacksmith shop, log building, purlin roof saddle notch corners
Negative(s) :34-36 : Site 52: Edward Frost ranch equipment shed
BTC25505 : Independence Day parade 6 July 1985
Negative(s) 2 : youngest Oman children in wagon
Negative(s) 3-5 : children's float
Negative(s) 6-10 : 4-H club float: "Chipkickers," including Angie and Toni Tanner
Negative(s) 11-12 : parade spectators
Negative(s) 13-17 : youngest Oman children
Negative(s) 18 : boy in tractor cap leading the parade
Negative(s) 19-20 : parade shots
Negative(s) 21-22 : Max Tanner driving truck pulling float
Negative(s) 23 : Winfred Kimber
Negative(s) 24-27 : parade shots
Negative(s) 28-37 : people standing around after the parade at the school grounds, before rodeo
BTC25584 : Max, Doug, and Thomas Tanner moving cattle on Cotton Thomas Basin summer range 15 July 1985
Negative(s) 3-7 : Doug, Max and Tom Tanner, Cotton Thomas Basin
Negative(s) 8 : Max saddling his horse
Negative(s) 9-10 : blank
Negative(s) 11-12 : Doug, Max and Tom Tanner in front of truck
Negative(s) 13-14 : Max Tanner
Negative(s) 15-17 : Doug, Max, and Tom Tanner in front of truck
Negative(s) 18 : Max cinching up horse
Negative(s) 19-20 : Tom Tanner
Negative(s) 21-26 : Doug and Tom Tanner riding
Negative(s) 27-33 : Max Tanner riding
BTC25586 : Doug and Kathleen Tanner home; Survey Site OGC 1 10 July 1985
Negative(s) 2-11 : Kathleen Tanner homemade pies
Negative(s) 12-13 : Doug Tanner, H. Cannon, R. Roper at supper table at Tanner home
Negative(s) 14 : Kathleen Tanner in kitchen
Negative(s) 15-26 : Site OGC 1: Cotton Thomas homest square-notch corner timbering, stone chimney, views of valley
BTC25587 : Cotton Thomas Basin; Allen Tanner home; rodeo grounds 17 July 1985
Negative(s) 1-4 : Cotton Thomas Basin landscape
Negative(s) 5 : Oren Kimber
Negative(s) 6-7 : Oren and Opal Kimber in their pick-up truck
Negative(s) 8-21 : Herbert Tanner and Allen Tanner's new colt
Negative(s) 22-37 : fieldworkers D. Randall and R. Roper measuring the rodeo grounds
BTC25588 : Independence Day rodeo; Survey Sites OGC 30, OGC 38 6 July 1985
Negative(s) 3-6 : rodeo
Negative(s) 7-17 : Site OGC 30: old Etna Dam and nearby ranch: frame and log house, hay derrick, pole fence, corral, dam
Negative(s) 18-36 : Site OGC 28: Seth Fletcher ranch: house, ashlar walling, chimney and cap, barn, pole fence, corral, granary
BTC25589 : Max, Doug, Tom Tanner moving cattle on Cotton Thomas Basin 19 July 1985
Negative(s) 4-14 : Doug, Max, Tom Tanner working cattle, taken from hill
Negative(s) 15-17 : Max Tanner
Negative(s) 18-19 : working cattle
Negative(s) 20-21 : close-up of Tom Tanner on horseback
Negative(s) 22-24 : landscape of basin
Negative(s) 25 : H. Cannon
Negative(s) 26-34 : Max, Doug and Tom Tanner moving cattle
BTC25590 : Survey Sites OGC 28, OGC 24, OGC 25, OGC 26, OGC 27, OGC 23 16 July 1985
Negative(s) 2-5 : Site OGC 28: Seth Fletcher ranch, outbuildings
Negative(s) 6-9 : Site OGC 24: Secrist ranch, mailboxes and house
Negative(s) 10-14 : Site OGC 25: Etna school and stable
Negative(s) 15-26 : Site OGC 26: Papworth/Lucas ranch, saddle notching, pole-set, straw-roofed shelter, log outbuildings, cellar
Negative(s) 27-30 : Site OGC 27: Thomas and Jeff Thomas repairing manure spreader
Negative(s) 31-34 : Site OGC 23: Max Tanner ranch, building and log granary
Negative(s) 35-37 : Site OGC 23: Doug and Tom Tanner sitting on combine
BTC25591 : Survey Sites 50,52, OGC 22, OGC 20 15 July 1985
Negative(s) 2-6 : Site OGC 22: Warburton house large stone
Negative(s) 7-9 : Site OGC 20: Reese Warburton ranch, stockade fencing (copies of image 7)
(2 8x10"
Negative(s) 10-17 : Randy Kimber mowing hay
Negative(s) 18 : view to south showing settlement pattern
Negative(s) 19-20 : Site 50: Shaw ranch
Negative(s) 21-29 : Site 52: Frost ranch
Negative(s) 30-32 : Site 50: Shaw ranch house
Negative(s) 33-37 : Oren and Randy Kimber moving irrigation pipe
BTC25593 : Allen Tanner; rodeo grounds; Max, Doug and Tom Tanner going to Cotton Thomas Basin 18-19 July 1985
Negative(s) 2-8 : Allen Tanner and colt
Negative(s) 9-17 : fieldworkers D. Randall and R. Roper measuring the rodeo grounds
Negative(s) 18 : blank
Negative(s) 19-22 : Doug and Tom Tanner getting ready for riding in Cotton Thomas Basin
Negative(s) 23 : Tanner stock truck loaded and ready to go
Negative(s) 24-25 : unidentified woman
Negative(s) 26-32 : Doug Tanner's stock truck and Max Tanner's pick-up and horse trailer, ready to go to Cotton Thomas Basin
Negative(s) 33-36 : Max Tanner unloading trailer
BTC90104 : Survey Site OGC 20; winter activities 27 January 1986
Negative(s) 4-9 : Site OGC 20: Warburton log house
Negative(s) 10-12 : blank
Negative(s) 13-17 : historic photo of John T. Betteridge (r) and Ed Shaw
(Raida Kimber Collection)
c. 1900
Negative(s) 18-25 : historic photo fo John T. Betteridge ranch
(Raida Kimber Collection)
c. 1900
Negative(s) 26-27 : Site 38: Joseph Lee house
Negative(s) 28-29 : Site 40: Charles Kimber house
Negative(s) 30-37 : photo of map of the East Grouse Creek Irrigation Company
(Oren Kimber Collection)
c. 1896
BTC90105 : Survey Site OGC 20; winter haying 27 January 1986
Negative(s) 2-13 : Site OGC 20: Reese Warburton pitching hay to cattle, very cold
Negative(s) 14-15 : Doug Tanner's rubber over-boots
Negative(s) 16-37 : Site OGC 20: Warburton log house, notching details, purlin construction, dirt roof
2 Carol Edison Black and White Negatives and Contact Sheets
3 Carl Fleischhauer Black and White Negatives and Contact Sheets
4 Hal Cannon Black and White Negatives and Contact Sheets
5 Roger Roper Black and White Negatives and Contact Sheets
6 Tom Carter Black and White Negatives and Contact Sheets

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SERIES VI :   ARCHITECTURAL SITE REPORTS:
(96 folders)

Grouse Creek Site Reports: Sites 2-63 (64 folders) and Outside Grouse (OGC) Site Creek Reports: OGC Sites 1-32 (32 folders). The architectural site reports contain the Architectural Field Survey forms, which include technical data and (for almost all sites) drawings. Also, for some sites photocopies of historical information regarding to the site or the homeowner (such as brief life histories and obituaries) is included and is noted in the register. Each site is numbered; Sites 1-63 are in Grouse Creek, OGC Sites 1-32 are outside Grouse Creek. Note: There is either no site 1 or information on site 1 is missing.

Container(s)
Description
Box
Folder
1 1 Introductory File to Architectural Documentation
(3 items)
(folder 109)
Item 1 : Utah State Historical Society Preservation Office Utah Historic Computer System Users Guide
Item 2 : UHCS Block Survey Form
Item 3 : Grouse Creek Survey
1 2 Architectural Documentation
(2 items)
(folder 110)
Item 1 : analysis of architectural documentation
Item 2 : potential National Register sites
1 3 Site 2:: J. R. Simplot Co
(folder 111)
1 4 Site 3: William Paskett house/Simplot
(folder 112)
1 5 Site 4: Annie M. Mecham house, obituary for Annie Miller Mecham
(folder 113)
1 6 Site 5: Louis Tanner mobile home
(folder 114)
1 7 Site 6: Allen Newman Tanner House, brief histories of Mary Emily Barlow Tanner and Allen Newman Tanner
(folder 115)
1 8 Site 7: A. Raymond Tanner house
(folder 116)
1 9 Site 8: Herbert Tanner house
(folder 117)
1 10 Site 9: box Elder County Road Dept
(folder 118)
1 11 Site 10: George & Amanda Paskett/Toyn house
(folder 119)
1 12 Site 11: mobile home
(folder 120)
1 13 Site 12: Marge Thompson house
(folder 121)
1 14 Site 13: BLM Grouse Creek Field Station
(folder 122)
1 15 Site 14:: Phillip Paskett house, brief life history of Phillip Paskett (hard to read) and obituary for Ella Richins Paskett
(folder 123)
1 16 Site 15:: Parley Paskett/Ella Tanner house
(folder 124)
1 17 Site 16:: Winfred Kimber Tie House from Lucin
(folder 125)
1 18 Site 17:: Grouse Creek Post Office
(folder 126)
1 19 Site 18:: William C. Kimber/Hattie Tanner
(folder 127)
1 20 Site 19:: Albert F. Richins house/Simplot, obituary for Albert F. Richins and Mary Jane Richins, brief history of house, letter to T. Carter from Nola Richins Kimber (daughter to Albert and Mary)
(folder 128)
1 21 Site 20:: Grouse Creek Rodeo Grounds
(folder 129)
1 22 Site 21:: Tithing Granary
(folder 130)
1 23 Site 22:: Amanda Tanner/Winfred Kimber house, brief history of Amanda Barlow Tanner
(folder 131)
1 24 Site 23:: Joseph S. Barlow/Milt Omen house
(folder 132)
1 25 Site 24:: Lawrence C. Kimber house
(folder 133)
1 26 Site 25:: Milas Wakefield/Doug Wakefield house
(folder 134)
1 27 Site 26:: Milas Wakefield Store/Co-op, obituary for Milas Erastus Wakefield and Annie Elizabeth Kimber Wakefield
(folder 135)
1 28 Site 27:: Melissa & Max Tanner House
(folder 136)
1 29 Site 28:: Almie Richins house
(folder 137)
1 30 Site 29:: William C. Betteridge/Merlin Tanner house
(folder 138)
1 31 Site 30:: Grouse Creek School
(folder 139)
1 32 Site 31:: Grouse Creek LDS Church building (Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints)
(folder 140)
1 33 Site 32:: unidentified deteriorated tie house
(folder 141)
1 34 Site 33:: Thomas Toyn/David Toyn house
(folder 142)
1 35 Site 34:: A.J. Ballingham/Elroy Kimber house
(folder 143)
1 36 Site 35:: Arthur Richins, Jr./Steven Kimber house
(folder 144)
1 37 Site 36:: Garage to Store/Dance Hall/Bill Thomas
(folder 145)
1 38 Site 37:: William J. Cook/Ivan and Raida Kimber house
(folder 146)
1 39 Site 38:: Joseph B. Lee/Richins house
(folder 147)
1 40 Site 39:: Ruin north of site 37
(folder 148)
1 41 Site 40: Charles Kimber/Fern Kimber house, brief history for Charles Kimber, Sr and Caroline Sellwood Kimber, obituaries for Persis Josephine (Josie) Laird Kimber and Charles Kimber, Jr
(folder 149)
1 42 Site 41:: James Cook/George Blanthorn house, obituaries for George A. Blanthorn and Ellen Shaw Simpson Blanthorn
(folder 150)
1 43 Site 42:: Hugh Roberts/Richins house
(folder 151)
1 44 Site 43:: Grouse Creek Cemetery
(folder 152)
1 45 Site 44:: Charles & Ellen Toyn house
(folder 153)
1 46 Site 45:: John Hadfield, Sr. house, obituaries for John Hadfield, Jr
(folder 154)
1 47 Site 46:: Phillip Paskett/Lorenzo Richins house
(folder 155)
1 48 Site 47:: Frank Dale/Brian Blanthorn house
(folder 156)
1 49 Site 48:: William C. Betteridge house
(folder 157)
1 50 Site 49:: George A. Blanthorn
(folder 158)
1 51 Site 50:: William Shaw house, obituaries for William Shaw and Emily Emma Paskett Shaw
(folder 159)
1 52 Site 51:: Dave Douglas/Verl Smith house
(folder 160)
1 53 Site 52:: Edward Frost/Grant Kimber ranch
(folder 161)
1 54 Site 53:: Frank LeRoy (or LeRoi) "Roy" Frost/Lyman Kimber house, obituary for Frank L. Frost
(folder 162)
1 55 Site 54:: Tie Granary & Hay Derrick
(folder 163)
1 56 Site 55:: Elmer Kimber/Emily and Annie Kimber house
(folder 164)
1 57 Site 56:: William Ballingham/Oren and Opal Kimber house
(folder 165)
1 58 Site 57:: Godfrey Ballingham/Lyman Kimber house
(folder 166)
1 59 Site 58:: Charles Toyn/Richard Kimber house, brief histories of Ellen Kimber Toyn and Charles C. Toyn and obituaries for Ellen Kimber Toyn and Charles Crofford Toyn
(folder 167)
1 60 Site 59:: John Hadfield, Jr./Randy Kimber house
(folder 168)
1 61 Site 60:: Archie Toyn house
(folder 169)
1 62 Site 61:: William and Grace Jorgenson Hadfield/D. Wyrick house
(folder 170)
1 63 Site 62:: William Morgan/Jeff Kimber ranch
(folder 171)
1 64 Site 63:: Ross Rytting/Winfred Kimber ranch
(folder 172)
2 1 OGC Site 1: Cotton Thomas house
(folder 173)
2 2 OGC Site 2: agricultural outbuilding
(folder 174)
2 3 OGC Site 3: corral
(folder 175)
2 4 OGC Site 4: tie house and outbuilding
(folder 176)
2 5 OGC Site 5: David and Betty Kimber double wide
(folder 177)
2 6 OGC Site 6: frame stable
(folder 178)
2 7 OGC Site 7: railroad building from Lucin
(folder 179)
2 8 OGC Site 8: Kimball dwelling & sunken granary
(folder 180)
2 9 OGC Site 9: Samuel Heber Kimball dwellings, obituary for Samuel H. Kimber
(folder 181)
2 10 OGC Site 10: corral
(folder 182)
2 11 OGC Site 11: corral
(folder 183)
2 12 OGC Site 12: house
(folder 184)
2 13 OGC Site 13: house
(folder 185)
2 14 OGC Site 14: Kimber mobile home
(folder 186)
2 15 OGC Site 15:: Kimber outbuilding complex
(folder 187)
2 16 OGC Site 16: large corral
(folder 188)
2 17 OGC Site 17: concrete phone booth
(folder 189)
2 18 OGC Site 18: William Charles Kimber/Jack Kimber ranch
(folder 190)
2 19 OGC Site 19: Ron Johnson house
(folder 191)
2 20 OGC Site 20: Reese Warburton house
(folder 192)
2 21 OGC Site 21: Hart ranch
(folder 193)
2 22 OGC Site 22: Warburton house
(folder 194)
2 23 OGC Site 23: Max Tanner house
(folder 195)
2 24 OGC Site 24: Secrist ranch
(folder 196)
2 25 OGC Site 25: Etna School
(folder 197)
2 26 OGC Site 26: Papworth/Lucas ranch
(folder 198)
2 27 OGC Site 27: Thomas ranch
(folder 199)
2 28 OGC Site 28: Seth Fletcher ranch
(folder 200)
2 29 OGC Site 29: double cell house
(folder 201)
2 30 OGC Site 30: stone dam
(folder 202)
2 31 OGC Site 31: Hales ranch
(folder 203)
2 32 OGC Site 32: Ernest Kimber house
(folder 204)

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SERIES VII :   UTAH STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY DOCUMENTS ORAL HISTORY PROJECT
21 interviews (22 folders)

This section contains 824 pages of transcription from the Grouse Creek Oral History Project conducted by the Utah State Historical Society from 1973 to 1978. Most of these twenty-one interviews were conducted by Verna Kimber Richardson, a native of Grouse Creek. The original transcriptions and fieldwork are housed at the Utah State Historical Society. The copies in this collection are arranged alphabetically by informants' surname. Also contained in this section are a few photocopies from the Utah State Historical Society regarding architectural structures in Grouse Creek.

Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
Folder
1 1 Betteridge, Ellen Sarah Ballingham. Interviewed by Verna Richardson
25 pages
(folder 205)
10 October 1974
1 2 Betteridge, Mary Hadfield. Interviewed by Verna Kimber Richardson
45 pages
(folder 206)
16 March 1976
1 3 Brothers, Arthur. Interviewed by Verna Kimber Richardson (rough draft)
22 pages
(folder 207)
14 August 1974
1 4 Cooke, David James. Interviewed by Verna Kimber Richardson
35 pages
(folder 208)
11 March 1977
1 5 Harris, Ed. Interviewed by Verna Kimber Richardson
13 pages
(folder 209)
23 August 1973
1 6 Kimball, Samuel Heber. Interviewed by Verna Kimber Richardson
11 pages
(folder 210)
24 January 1974
1 7 Kimber, Bertha McCuistion. Interviewed by Verna Kimber Richardson
31 pages
(folder 211)
5 October 1974
1 8 Kimber, Elmer. Interviewed by Verna Kimber Richardson
33 pages;
36 pages
(folder 212)
20 August 1974; 22 August 1973
1 9 Kimber, Evan Osborne. Interviewed by Verna Kimber Richardson
14 pages
(folder 213)
2 October 1973
1 10 Kimber, Olive Tanner. Interviewed by Jay M. Haymond
26 pages
(folder 214)
2 October 1973
1 11 Kimber, William Charles. Interviewed by Verna Kimber Richardson
29 pages
(folder 215)
10 May 1974
1 12 Kimber, Winfred Charles. Interviewed by Jay M. Haymond
27 pages;
13 pages;
13 pages
(folder 216)
2 Oct. 1973; 16 Oct. 1973; 16 Oct. 1973
1 13 Lee, Lorenzo. Interviewed by Verna Kimber Richardson
58 pages
(folder 217)
23 March 1976
1 14 Paskett, Amanda Tanner. Interviewed by Verna Kimber Richardson
26 pages;
15 pages
(folder 218)
3 December 1973; 26 December 1973
1 15 Richardson, Verna Kimber. Interviewed by Jay M. Haymond
58 pages
(folder 219)
6 November 1978
1 16 Richins, Mabel Warburton. Interviewed by Verna Kimber Richardson
34 pages
(folder 220)
17 April 1974
1 17 Tanner, Chloe Kimber. Interviewed by Verna Kimber Richardson
86 pages
(folder 221)
17 October 1978
1 18 Tanner, Herbert "A". Interviewed by Verna Kimber Richardson
65 pages
(folder 222)
4 April 1978
1 19 Tanner, Valison. Interviewed by Verna Kimber Richardson
51 pages
(folder 223)
22 August 1973
1 20 Toyn, Rhea Paskett. Interviewed by Verna Kimber Richardson
37 pages
(folder 224)
21 October 1973
1 21 Warburton, Lillian Grace Chadwick. Interviewed by Verna Kimber Richardson
21 pages
(folder 225)
17 October 1975
1 22 Three photocopies regarding building construction in Grouse Creek, Utah State Historical Society Library
(folder 226)
Item 1 : excerpt from "History of Amanda Barlow Tanner," by Olive Tanner Kimber
Item 2 : excerpt from "Life Story of Charles C. Toyn"
Item 3 : excerpt from "History of Grouse Creek, Utah," Philip Paskett

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SERIES VIII :   MAPS AND DRAWINGS

There are four sets of maps/drawings included with the collection: Set 1-Grouse Creek Project Area Maps; Set 2-USGS Overview Map; Set 3-Utah State Historical Society Maps; and Set 4-Drawing of Grouse Creek Rodeo Grounds. Note: The only copies of the maps and drawings are with the Grouse Creek Collection housed at USU's Special Collections and Archives.

Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
Folder
1 1 Grouse Creek Project Area Maps
Item 1 : hand-drawn location map inside Grouse Creek (sites 2-63)
Item 2 : hand-drawn location map inside Grouse Creek (various sites)
Item 3 : hand-drawn site location map outside Grouse Creek (sites 2-6, 10-18, 21-32)
Item 4 : hand-drawn site location map outside Grouse Creek (sites 21, 26, 28, 31)
1 2 US Geological Survey Map
Item 1: Brigham City, Utah; Idaho, NK 12-7, with outline of Grouse Creek area 1954, revised 1970
1 3 US Geological Survey Quadrangle Maps used during field study
Item 1 : Cotton Thomas Basin, Utah--Idaho, N4145-W11345/15 (sites OGC 2, GC59-61) 1959
Item 2 : Grouse Creek, Utah, N4137.5-W11352.5/7.5 (sites GC 2-43, OGC2-9, 20, 22-28, 30-32) 1971
Item 3 : Ingham Canyon, Utah, N4137.5-W11345/7.5 (sites GC44-58, 62-63) 1971
Item 4 : Lucin NE, Utah, 41113-D7-T-024 (with outline of Grouse Creek area) 1967, ; photo revised 1984
Item 5 : Lucin NW, Utah, N4122.5-W11352.5/7.5 (site OGC17) 1967
Item 6 : Park Valley, Utah--Idaho, N4145-W11315/15 (with outlined areas) 1959
Item 7 : Potters Creek, Utah, N4137.5-W11337.5/7.5 1971
Item 8 : Rocky Pass Peak, Utah, photo revised 1984: 41113-E8-TF-024 (sites OGC10-16, 18, 19) 1971
Item 9 : Toms Cabin Spring, Utah 1971
Item 10 : Warm Spring Hills, Utah, N4137.5-W11330/7.5 1971
Item 11 : Yost, Utah--Idaho, N4145-W11330/15 (with outlined areas) 1959
1 4 Drawing of Grouse Creek Rodeo Ground
Item 1 : Charles Toyn ranch
Item 2 : Ross Rytting ranch
1 5 Illustration of Grouse Creek survey area
Item 1 : surprint type over halftone illustration of Grouse Creek survey area with all sites noted
Item 2 : Illustration of Grouse Creek survey area with topographical overlays, used in publication page 12

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SERIES IX :   FINAL PRODUCTS

Final products from the Grouse Creek Survey to date include The Grouse Creek Cultural Survey: Integrating Folklife and Historic Preservation Field Research by Thomas Carter and Carl Fleischhauer, published by the American Folklife Center, a final report on architecture, various papers which were delivered at the October 1986 meetings of the American Folklore Society.

Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
Folder
1 1 Report of Grouse Creek Reconnaissance Survey, Debbie Randall
(folder 227)
31 January 1986,
1 2 American Folklore Society Meeting Papers, Baltimore, Maryland
(folder 228)
23 October 1986,
Item 1 : AFS Panel Proposal: "A View From the Trenches: Cultural Conservation in the Field," Thomas Carter, organizer 1986
Item 2 : AFS Paper Proposal: "A Question of Context: Folklife and Historic Preservation Survey," Thomas Carter 1986
Item 2 : AFS Paper: "A Question of Meaning: Evaluating Historic Cultural Resources," Thomas Carter, Utah Division of State History 1986
Item 4 : AFS Paper: "Cultural Conservation and State Folk Arts Programming in Grouse Creek, Utah: One Viewpoint, Carol Edison, Folk Arts Program, Utah Arts Council 1986
Item 5 : AFS Paper: "Preserving Ways of Life: Ranching in Grouse Creek Utah," Hal Cannon, Western Folklife Center 1986
Item 6 : Paper draft: "Grouse Creek Cultural Survey: Ranching in this Century," Hal Cannon, Western Folklife Center 1987
1 3 The Grouse Creek Cultural Survey, by Thomas Carter and Carl Fleischhauer. Library of Congress: Washington
Three copies (copy one has errata corrections)
(folder 229)
1988

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Subjects

  • American Folklife Center  ( contributor)
  • Architecture--Utah--Grouse Creek Region.
  • Carter, Thomas, 1949-  ( contributor)
  • Folk Arts Program (Utah Arts Council)  ( contributor)
  • Folklore--Utah--Grouse Creek Region.
  • Grouse Creek Region (Utah)--History, Local.
  • Grouse Creek Region (Utah)--Social life and customs.
  • Historic preservation--Utah--Grouse Creek Region.
  • Material culture--Utah--Grouse Creek Region.
  • Utah State Historical Society  ( contributor)
  • Utah State University  ( contributor)
  • Western Folklife Center  ( contributor)

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