Guide to the living traditions of the Bear River Heritage Area survey,
1999-2004

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Overview of the Collection

Creator: Bear River Heritage Area Council.
Title: Living traditions of the Bear River Heritage Area survey
Dates: 1999-2004 ( inclusive )
Quantity: 9.5 linear feet
Collection Number: USU_FOLK COLL 29
Summary: Sound recordings of interviews, photographs, maps, illustrations, field notes and logs, and videotape and Powerpoint presentation stored on disc from a survey conducted 2001-2002 to identify the heritage traditions, themes, and future heritage projects of the Bear River Heritage Area in Utah (Box Elder, Cache, and Rich Counties).
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 Bear River Heritage Area Council works to identify, preserve, and enhance the natural, cultural, and economic heritage and to stabilize and expand upon the economic opportunities associated with the heritage of the Bear River area, which consists of four counties in southeastern Idaho: Bear Lake, Caribou, Franklin, and Oneida and three counties in northern Utah: Box Elder, Cache, and Rich that make up the Bear River drainage. The Council created a strategic plan that called for working with long time area residents and scholars to record local histories and identify and document traditional artisans and folklore of the Bear River region. This plan included working with communities and professional folklore fieldworkers to collect and record oral histories and information on local culture, artisans, and historically significant buildings.

In order to move this plan forward, Randy Williams (USU's Fife Folklore Archives) and Cindy Hall (Bear River Association of Governments) wrote grants and the BRHAC received funds from the Utah Humanities Council and the Community Cultural/Heritage Coordinating Council to conduct a fieldwork survey in Utah in the summer/fall 2001 in order to catalog the traditions in the Utah portion of the area. In 2003, Elaine Thatcher (Associate Director of the Mountain West Center for Regional Studies at Utah State University), Cindy Hall, wrote a grant to National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) to conduct the Idaho fieldwork.

The grant monies were used to hire folklore consultant Andrea Graham to conduct interviews in all seven counties (4 Idaho and 3 Utah) with local community members and tradition bearers and to mentor graduate student interns to assist with the fieldwork, and to develop an inventory of folk traditions in the Bear River Heritage Area. For the Utah segment of the fieldwork survey three graduate students from USU's Folklore Program participated: Sally Haueter (Rich County), Robin Parent (Cache County), and Michael Ward (Box Elder County). As well, Elaine Thatcher and Randy Williams conducted fieldwork in Utah. For the Idaho segment of the fieldwork survey three senior or graduate students from Idaho State University's English or Anthropology Departments and freelance folklorist (Duskin-Goede) participated: Sarah Barsness (Oneida County), Lisa Duskin-Goede (Franklin County), Andrew Jorgensen (Bear Lake County), and Terry Livingston (Caribou County). As well, Elaine Thatcher conducted fieldwork.

The inventory was used as the foundation for identifying heritage traditions and themes and future projects of the Bear River Heritage Area Council, and as a reference for interested community organizations. The fieldwork culminated with free public presentations in each of the counties entitled: "The Living Traditions of the Bear River Area." These programs included a PowerPoint presentation from the lead fieldworkers and graduate students and demonstrations from two community tradition bearers in each county. At the completion of the fieldwork, Elaine Thatcher, Tricia Harrison, Sally Haueter, and Randy Williams worked on the Bear River Heritage Guide that showcases the heritage sites, services, and traditions of the BRHA and is available throughout the region to help "heritage tourists" and local residents alike learn about and visit local heritage sites.

As well, the fieldwork gave the BRHAC direction for future heritage projects and helped with the BRHAC proposal to the 108th Congress to establish the National Bear River Heritage Area in Idaho and Utah.

Content Description

The media holdings of the Living Traditions of the Bear River Heritage Area project were assigned project identification letters and numbers in the field as follows:

  • Prefix:
  • BR = Bear River
  • Year: 03 (Only for the Idaho Fieldwork, which helps differentiate the two fieldwork projects: Utah/Idaho)

  • Fieldworkers:
  • SB = Sarah Barsness
  • LD = Lisa Duskin-Goede
  • AG = Andrea Graham
  • SH = Sally Haueter
  • AJ = Andrew Jorgensen
  • TL = Terry Livingston
  • RP = Robin Parent
  • ET = Elaine Thatcher
  • MW = Michael Ward
  • RW = Randy Williams

  • Media Format Codes:
  • T=Cassettes Tape
  • DAT=DAT Digital Tape
  • B=Black and White Print Image/Film
  • C=Color Print Images/Film
  • D=Digital Color Images
  • CD = Compact Disc
  • F=Fieldnotes

  • Sequential number within each format, such as 1, 2, 3, etc.

  • Frame number for images:
  • Sequential number of the frame (image/slide).

The codes within each alpha-numeric identification are ordered in the following way: the prefix, the year (for the Idaho fieldwork), the fieldworker, the media type, the number within the group and for images the frame. For example, BR-SH-C-3:5 is the fifth frame on the third roll of color film that Sally Haueter took in Utah. BR-03-AG-T-13 is Andrea Graham's Idaho fieldwork, her 13th tape. The indices to the images on the CDs (digital duplicate photographs of all the print versions) are listed first by the CD identification number, followed by the corresponding number to the print version (BR-AG-CD-1-15: BR-AG-C-2-10).

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, box number, folder number and item number. The materials do not circulate and are available in USU's Special Collections and Archives. Patrons must sign and comply with the USU Special Collections and Archives Use Agreement and Reproduction Order form as well as any restrictions placed by the collector or informant(s).

Permission to publish material from the living traditions of the Bear River Heritage Area survey must be obtained from theCurator of the Fife Folklore Archives and/or the Special Collections Department Head.

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 September 11, 2001 USU student documentary collection must be obtained from the Curator of the Fife Folklore Archives and/or the Special Collections Department Head.

Preferred Citation :  

Living traditions of the Bear River Heritage Area survey, 1999-2002. (FOLK COLL 29). Utah State University. Special Collections and Archives Department.

Administrative Information

Arrangement :

  • I. Administration
  • II. Publicity and ephemera
  • III. Fieldnotes and informant information
  • IV. Sound recordings and logs
  • V. Photographs and logs
  • VI. Maps and illustrations
  • VII. Final products
  • VIII. Publications

Acquisition Information :  

The project called for the finished inventory and fieldwork to be housed in USU's Special Collections and Archives and made available to community members and scholars. The Utah portion of the fieldwork was deposited in the Archives in March 2002; the Idaho fieldwork was deposited in the Archives in August 2005. The Utah portion and the first few boxes of the Idaho collection are processed to the item level. The remainder of the Idaho fieldwork will be processed to the item level. However, all items in the collection are available at this time.

Processing Note :  

Originally processed by Randy Williams. Register created by Susan Gross, May 2004, Utah fieldwork; Randy Williams, September 2005, Idaho fieldwork; updated by Randy Williams, March 2012.


Detailed Description of the Collection

Item SERIES I:  ADMINISTRATION
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
1 Utah
Folder
1 Fieldwork Summary and Goals
Item 1: Summary: Living Traditions of the Bear River Valley
Item 2: Executive Summary: Living Traditions of the Bear River Valley
Item 3: Cache Valley Agricultural Heritage Program, statement of purpose, need, sources
2 Utah Humanities Grant Proposal, Paperwork, and Correspondence
Item 1: Utah Humanities Council Competitive Grant Application;
September 15, 2000
Item 2: Jodi Graham (UHC) to Randy Williams; notice of grant application receipt: March 7, 2001
Item 3: Cynthia Buckingham (UHC) to Randy Williams; grant approval notice: May 1, 2001
Item 4: Utah Humanities Council Grant Agreement;
May 01, 2001
Item 5: Copy of grant check written by Utah Humanities Council to the Bear River Association of Governments; April 15, 2002
Item 6: Jodi Graham (UHC) to Randy Williams; request for final reports: March 5, 2002
Item 7: Utah Humanities Council Project Director Final Report Form;
March 11, 2002
Item 8: Jodi Graham (UHC) to Randy Williams; grant file closure notice: April 16, 2002
3 Utah State Heritage Areas Information, Grant Proposal, and Correspondence
Item 1: (Summary) Help Preserve You Local Heritage by Becoming a Utah Heritage Area or Corridor
Item 2: Utah Heritage Areas and Corridors: Grant Guidelines
Item 3: Utah Division of State History Grant Application: Heritage Areas and Corridors;
March 30, 2001
Item 4: Community Cultural/Heritage Coordinating Council packet and notice of grant approval
4 Project Correspondence
Item 1: Andrea Graham to the Bear River Association of Governments
Item 2: Andrea Graham to Bear River Heritage Council Members
Item 3: Michael B. Ward to Andrea Graham; December 3, 2001
5 Heritage Designation Information
Item 1: Excerpts from draft of "Maximizing Utah's Heritage Development Potential"
6 BRHA Bylaws and Strategic Plan
Item 1: Draft Bylaws of Bear River Heritage Area Council
Item 2: Strategic Plan for the Bear River Heritage Council;
December 18, 2000
7 Student Intern Contracts
Item 1: Sally Haueter contract
Item 2: Robin Parent contract
Item 3: Michael Ward contract
8 Project Meeting Agendas/Notes
Item 1: BRHC Fieldworker Meeting Agenda; October 24, 2001
Item 2: BRHC Fieldworker Meeting Notes; no date
Item 3: BRHC Fieldworker Meeting Notes; no date
9 Cultural Themes for Fieldwork
Item 1: Cultural Themes in the Bear River Heritage Area
Item 2: Living Traditions of the Bear River Heritage Area: Utah Fieldwork Report, Summary
10 Fieldwork Forms
Item 1: Living Traditions of the Bear River Heritage Area: Archiving Standards
Item 2: Living Traditions of the Bear River Heritage Area: Tape Log
Item 3: Living Traditions of the Bear River Heritage Area: Photo Log
Item 4: Living Traditions of the Bear River Heritage Area: Artist/Contact Information
Item 5: Living Traditions of the Bear River Heritage Area: Release Form
11 Archival Forms
Item 1: Utah Folklife Archives - blank form
Item 2: Utah Folklife Archives - filled out form, example 1 (for an audio tape)
Item 3: Utah Folklife Archives - filled out form, example 2 (for photo slides)
Item 4: Utah Folklife Data Base - blank form
Item 5: Utah Folklife Data Base - filled out form, example 1
Item 6: Utah Folklife Data Base - filled out form, example 2
12 Project Contact Information
Item 1: Box Elder County Tourism Council, Members List;
July 25, 2001
Item 2: Bear River Heritage Area Contacts 2
Item 3: Bear River Heritage Partners;
April 18, 2002
13 Idaho Fieldwork Information
Item 1: Proposed Fieldwork Budget for Idaho/Wyoming Portion of the Bear River Heritage Project
14 Final Report
Item 1: Living Traditions of the Bear River Heritage Area: Utah Fieldwork Report (Summary), by Andrea Graham
Item 2: Living Traditions of the Bear River Heritage Area: Utah Fieldwork Report (Final Report), by Andrea Graham
2 Idaho
Folder
1 Grant
2 Intern/Fieldwork Forms
Item 1: BRHA Idaho Fieldworker Contact Information
Item 2: Living Traditions of the Bear River Heritage Area: Archiving Standards (Idaho)
Item 2: Living Traditions of the Bear River Heritage Area: Contract for Student Fieldworkers (Idaho)
3 Final Report
Item 1: Bear River Heritage Area Idaho Fieldwork.
4 CD: Notes, Logs, Reports
Item 1: Andrea Graham, 1 Master CD of all fieldworker notes, logs and reports
Item 2: Lisa Duskin-Goede, 4 CDs of all fieldwork notes, logs, images (Franklin County)
Item 3: Terry Livingston, 1 CD of fieldwork notes and logs CD (Caribou County)
Item 4: Andrea Graham, 1 Master CD of all fieldworker notes, logs and reports for Bear River Heritage Area

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Item SERIES II:  PUBLICITY AND EPHEMERA
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
1 Utah
Folder
1 Project Publicity
Item 1: Living Traditions of the Bear River Heritage Area - call for support, flyer
Item 2: Living Traditions of the Bear River Heritage Area - presentation poster
Item 3: Living Traditions of the Bear River Heritage Area - presentation flyer
Item 4: Herald Journal's Cache Magazine, "Explore Heritage", newspaper: November 22-28, 2002
2 empty
3 Box Elder County Ephemera
Item 1: Box Elder County Retail Business and Services
Item 2: Box Elder County: Community Development Department 2000 Strategic Plan and Annual Report
Item 3: Brigham City Brochure
Item 4: Brigham City/Box Elder County Informative Brochure
Item 5: Friends, Food, and Fun in 2001: Box Elder County Fair and Golden Spike Rodeo, Schedule of events August 22-25, 2001
Item 6: 2001 Golden Spike Rodeo program
Item 7: Randee Munns' portfolio (rodeo clown and barrelman), Garland, Utah
Item 8: Box Elder County Annual Festivals and Events - flyer
Item 9: Brigham City Area Service Organizations, List
4 Box Elder County Ephemera - Brochures
Item 1: Box C Ranch brochure
Item 2: Box Elder County - tourism brochure
Item 3: Transcontinental Railroad: National Back Country Byway - BLM brochure (map incl.)
Item 4: Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge, Brigham City, Utah - brochure
Item 5: Golden Spike National Historic Site - informative flyer
Item 6: Brigham City's Peach Days Celebration - brochure
Item 7: Mennonite proselytizing pamphlet - "People Call Us Mennonites"
Item 8: Mennonite proselytizing pamphlet - "To Whom Does It Belong?"
Item 9: Mennonite proselytizing pamphlet - "The Days of Noah"
Item 10: Mennonite proselytizing pamphlet - "Feet Washing"
Item 11: Mennonite proselytizing pamphlet - "A Christian Wife: Adorned for God's Glory"
Item 12: Mennonite proselytizing pamphlet - "Scriptural Church Loyalty"
Item 13: Mennonite proselytizing pamphlet - "Missing Links"
Item 14: Mennonite proselytizing pamphlet - "Will Jesus Ever Come?"
Item 15: Mennonite proselytizing pamphlet - "Feminism, Family, Fathers"
Item 16: Mennonite proselytizing pamphlet - "A Civil War Experience"
Item 17: Mennonite proselytizing pamphlet - "The Strait Gate"
Item 18: Lehman's Kitchen - brochure and ordering information
Item 19: Lehman's Kitchen, "The Story" - advertising flyer
5 Box Elder County Ephemera - Newspaper Clippings
Item 1: "Buggytown rolls to a stop in Tremonton", Box Elder News Journal, (printed from online) August 21, 2001
Item 2: "Box Elder County Fair", Box Elder News Journal, (printed from online) August 21, 2001
Item 3: "Authentic Cuisine," Leader (Tremonton, Utah), newspaper clipping August 22, 2001
Item 4: "One dedicated class clown: BATC teacher also a famous rodeo clown," The Herald Journal October 19, 2002
Item 5: Peach Days 2000 - Box Elder News Journal Special Section
Item 6: Trans-Continental: Golden Spike National Historic Site, Vol. 1, No. 11 (2001)
Item 7: Golden Spike - Fire 2001 (Supplement to The Transcontinental) - fire management newsletter
Item 8: "Willard History Carved in Stone," Utah Holiday 1974/(also photocopies onto the same page: ) "Willard Block Set Aside as Historic Site", Box Elder News Journal, - magazine/newspaper clippings (photocopied) July 25, 1974
6 Box Elder County Ephemera - Miscellaneous Historical Information
Item 1: "Historical Willard Homes" - information and listings
Item 2: "The Co-op", information about Brigham City's co-op - flyer
Item 3: Transcript of Interview with Joyce Matthews, June 7, 1999 (Willard/Perry);
Item 4: Transcript of taped interview with Don (Chris) and DeeRae Christensen, June 5, 1999 (Willard/Perry);
Item 5: Transcript of taped interview with Ralph Nielson, June 8, 1999 (Willard/Perry);
7 Cache County Ephemera - Miscellaneous
Item 1: Annual Report of Logan River Distribution System, State of Utah, Office of State Engineer, Logan, Utah, by Fern Nate, Water Commissioner 1983
Item 2: Annual Report of Lower Bear Distribution System, prepared for State of Utah, Office of State Engineer, Logan, Utah, by Terry L. Gnehm, Water Commissioner 2000
Item 3: Cache Valley Guide
Item 4: 30th Annual Festival of the American West brochure/program/itinerary (2001)
Item 5: Westward: News of the American West Heritage Center, Vol. 1, No. 1 - Newsletter
Item 6: 2001 American Heritage Quilt Show (AHQS) - information flyer, registration form, rules
Item 7: "Product of Cache Valley", lists Cache Valley food producers - flyer
Item 8: The "Old Crookston Home" open house (Logan?, Utah) - flyer
Item 9: "The Tran Family: Vietnamese Beadworkers and Embroiderers," narrative (unknown author)
8 Cache County Ephemera - Brochures
Item 1: Cache Valley and Logan, Utah - brochure (including area maps) - Cache Valley Tourist Council
Item 2: A Scenic Guide to Logan Canyon - brochure (maps incl.)
Item 3: CacheArts.com - brochure
Item 4: Cache Valley-Logan, Utah - restaurant, shopping and theater guide
Item 5: Providence Inn Bed and Breakfast - advertisement postcard
Item 6: A New Song & Dance Routine: Square Dance - informative brochure - Logan, Utah chapter
Item 7: The American Heritage Quilt Show (AHQS), July 27 - August 4, 2001- program
Item 8: Beaver Creek Lodge, Summer Rates and Information brochure 1999-2000
Item 9: Discover the Past: American West Heritage Center, schedule of events and information - brochure
Item 10: Cox Honeyland and Gifts, store history and information - brochure
Item 11: Logan Canyon Climbs: An Introduction to Climbing in Logan Canyon - informative brochure
Item 12: Cache Valley Heritage Driving Tour, Utah/Idaho
Item 13: Caffè Ibis - brochure
9 Cache County Ephemera - Newspaper Clippings
Item 1: "Heritage Highway to drive through Cache Valley," The Cache Citizen Sept. 7, 2000
Item 2: "The Beauty of Barns," Herald Journal (Logan, Utah) March 5, 2001
Item 3: "Barns Due to Get a Facelift," Herald Journal (Logan, Utah) April 25, 2001
Item 4: "Making Every Drop Count," Herald Journal (Logan, Utah) August 22, 2001
10 Rich County Ephemera
Item 1: Rich County Fair 2001: Something for Everyone! - county fair program/schedule of events
Item 2: Paris, Idaho Stake Tabernacle - informative pamphlet
Item 3: Rich County, Utah - informative brochure
Item 4: Utah/Idaho Bear Lake Valley - informative tourist brochure
Item 5: The Bluebird Inn - advertising brochure (Bear Lake area)
Item 6: Eagle Feather Inn Bed and Breakfast (Bear Lake area) - brochure
Item 7: Bear Lake, Utah/Idaho Accommodations - brochure
Item 8: "Joseph C. Rich: Versatile Pioneer on the Mormon Frontier," by Ezra J. Poulsen - article
Item 9: The Bear Laker - A Visitor's Guide to Recreation Along U.S. 89 - June 13, 2001
Item 10: The Bear Laker - A Visitor's Guide to Recreation Along U.S. 89 - July 11, 2001
Item 11: Narrative on the origin and history of George H. Robinson's store in Laketown, Utah; donated by Clayton H. Robinson (unknown author)
Item 12: "Garden City, Utah and the Old Church Bell" - narrative, donated by Doug Spence (unknown author)
Item 13: The Bear Laker - "Bell recast for Utah's Centennial," by Tammy Stephens - August 7, 1996
11 Bridgerland/Bear River Heritage Area (General) Ephemera
Item 1: Bear River Heritage Area Events;
August-September, 2001
Item 2: "Eat Your Way Through Bridgerland!", Cache Valley and Bear Lake, Utah - flyer
Item 3: Bridgerland Hiking Trails (maps included)
Item 4: Bridgerland Travel Region: Tourism Data
Item 5: Bear River Heritage Area Agricultural Tour.
Item 6: 2010 Fall and Winter Markets in the Bear River Heritage Area.
Item 7: Farmer' Markets of the Bear River Heritage Area 2011.
12 Unknown/Other Ephemera
Item 1: Taking the Scenic Route: A guide to Idaho's scenic byways - brochure (incl. maps)
Item 2: Mormon Pine Furniture - quiz and brochure
Item 3: "Heritage Highway 89: 2000 Kickoff Edition!"
Item 4: Utah Preservation: Building on the Past - magazine; Volume 5
Item 5: Unknown transcript - oral family history
Item 6: "EM BÉ QUÊ Pham Duy," song/poem (unknown author)
Item 7: National Geographic (Vol. 126, No. 4) "Cambodia, Indochina's 'Neutral' Corner," by Thomas J. Abercrombie (incomplete article - photocopy)
Item 8: National Geographic (Vol. 187, no. 4) "The New Saigon," magazine cover (photocopy)
Item 9: National Geographic (Vol. 176, no. 5) "Vietnam: Hard Road to Peace," magazine cover (photocopy)
2 Idaho
Folder
1 Project Publicity
Item 1: Living Traditions of the Bear River Heritage Area - call for support, flyer
Item 2: Living Traditions of the Bear flyer
2 General Ephemera - Miscellaneous
Item 1: The Southeast Idaho Almanac June 2004
Item 2: The Southeast Idaho Almanac July 2005
Item 3: www.idahostatejournal.com: Your family, your newspaper
Item 4: Southeast IDAHO Travel Guide: Pioneer Country Travel Council: Cowboys, Indians & Pioneers
Item 5: Southeast IDAHO Travel Guide: Just Right for You
Item 6: "Legislators to ask feds for help with Bear River: Proposal seeks aid in shoring up area waterway's storage capacity," Idaho State Journal, (no page number), Monday 21 February 2005
Item 7: "Bannock, Bingham Hispanic populations show Little Growth," Idaho State Journal, (no page number)
[including data for Idaho survey counties].
19 September 2003
Item 8: Idaho Department of Agriculture in conjunction with the Idaho State Historical Society: Century Farm and Ranch Application.
Item 9: "The Saddle Maker's Art: Rancher Carves Niche Building Saddles for Cowboys," [Larry Christensen] Idaho State Journal, (page A-11) Monday, 10 June 2002
Item 10: "Harvest Time: Weather likely to keep potato yield lower and market prices higher," Idaho State Journal (page A-11) Monday, 30 September 2002
3 General Ephemera - Travel Brochures
Item 1: Visitor's Guide to Southeastern Idaho, 2 versions
Item 2: Taking the Scenic Route: A Guide to Idaho's Scenic Byways
Item 3: Southeastern Idaho and Western Wyoming
Item 4: Guide to the Lander Cut-Off: Oregon Trail (printed 1998)
Item 5: Oregon Trail in Idaho: And Other Emigrant Trails
Item 6: Brochure: Intermountain Region Offices: U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service
Item 7: Brochure: Mormon Pioneer Trail
Item 8: Brochure: OCTA: Oregon-California Trails Association
4 Bannock County Ephemera - Miscellaneous
[This is supplemental information; Bannock County was not part of the official survey area.]
Item 1: "Workin' on the Railroad: Railroads have changed in the 100 Years Since the Gate City was founded," Idaho State Journal, (page A-10) Tuesday, 15 July 2003
Item 2: "The Fur man: 75-Years in Hides, puts Pocatello resident on Top," Idaho State Journal, (page C-1, 4) Friday, 22 November, 2002
Item 3: "Downata Hot Spring."
Item 4: Brochure: Downey Idaho: A Nice Place to Visit, A Great Place to Be.
Item 5: "Piano Man," [Kim Thomas from Swan Lake, ID] Idaho State Journal, (page C-8) Thursday, 20 March 2003
Item 6: "Building Family Tradition: The Hadleys Turn Straw Bales into Holiday Art," Idaho State Journal, (page A-9) Monday, 2 December 2002
Item 7: "Through Tough Times, Swan Lake's Only Store Survives: Mercantile Serves as Tiny Southeastern Idaho Town's Lifeblood," Idaho State Journal, (page A-1, 3) Friday, 28 September 2001
Item 8: Business Card: "Julie's Best Bakery: Everything from Scratch," Jess & Julie Anderson, owners, Downey, Idaho.
5 Bear Lake County Ephemera - Newspapers/Clippings
6 Bear Lake County Ephemera - Travel Brochures
7 Caribou County Ephemera - Newspapers/Clippings
8 Caribou County Ephemera - Travel Brochures
9 Caribou County Ephemera - Phosphate Mining (Soda Springs)
10 Caribou County Ephemera - Clifford Sizemore
Item 1: "Memories," Unpublished book of poetry, by Cliff Sizemore 1997
11 Bear River Heritage Area Idaho Programs
Item 1: 2006 Bear River Heritage Area Idaho Program 2006
3 Idaho
Folder
1 Franklin County - Fieldwork Publicity and Franklin Ephemeral Collection Information
2 Franklin County - Area Histories
3 Franklin County - Franklin Histories
4 Franklin County - Bear River Massacre
5 Franklin County - Calcium Mines
6 Franklin County - Bonneville Cisco
7 Franklin County - Chamber of Commerce (travel brochures)
8 Franklin County - Family History Library
9 Franklin County - Hardanger Embroidery
10 Franklin County - Larsen-Sant Show
11 Franklin County - Leonard J. Arrington Memorial Lecture 23 October 2003
12 Franklin - County Maple Grove Hot Springs
13 Franklin - County Oneida Stake Academy
14 Franklin County - Red Rock Pass
15 Franklin County - Smithland B&B
16 Franklin County - The Llama Connection
17 Swan Lake (Bannock County) - Thomas Merc
18 Franklin County - Wendell Smith
19 Franklin County - Festival of Lights
20 Franklin County Ephemera - Misc.
4 Idaho
Folder
1 Oneida County - Malad
2 Oneida County - Samaria
3 Oneida County - Newspaper Clippings
4 Oneida County - Pari-Mutual Racing
5 Oneida County - David Lloyd Evans History (Founder of D.L. Evans Bank)

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SERIES III:  FIELDNOTES AND INFORMANT INFORMATION
Container(s)
Description
Dates
SUB-SERIES A: Fieldnotes
Box
1 Utah
Folder
1 Graham, Andrea
Item 1: Old main streets in southern ID/northern UT; Red Rock Pass Historic Marker; hillside letters; Mormon architecture; local businesses.
Week of June 5-7, 2001
Item 2: Week of
June 18-24, 2001
Item 3: Mormon headstones; American West Heritage Center; Ted Kindred; Ted Thatcher interview;
June 18, 2001
Item 4: Garden City LDS Ward quilters.
June 19, 2001
Item 5: Box Elder Economic Development meeting; Larry Douglass of Brigham City museum
June 20, 2001
Item 6: Week of
June 25-29, 2001
Item 7: Driving tour through Franklin, ID, Richmond and Smithfield, UT, Gossner Foods; Don Hansen interview.
June 27, 2001
Item 8: Driving tour through southern Cache Valley, to Ogden, up through Willard and Perry, UT; Rosamond Melartin and Kirsti Vuohelainen interview.
June 28, 2001
Item 9: Dean Michaelson interview
June 29, 2001
Item 10: Week of
July 16-18, 2001
Item 11: Bear River Heritage Council meeting; Patty Timbimboo-Madsen interview; visit to Golden Spike National Historic Site
July 16, 2001
Item 12: Jean Pugmire interview; Saigon Restaurant; Smithsonian exhibit "Yesterday's Tomorrows," Hyrum, UT
July 17, 2001
Item 13: Leo Bravo interview (Hispanic Center); La Ranchera market; Paris, ID (tabernacle, historical museum); Jo Ann Stephens Farnsworth interview.
July 18, 2001
Item 14: Week of
July 24-26, 2001
Item 15: Pioneer Day activities (Bear River City and Logan).
July 24, 2001
Item 16: Gossner's Foods; Bunarith Chuon interview.
July 25, 2001
Item 17: "Uncle Bert" house; "Famous Fruitway"; Pioneer Country Travel Council meeting; South Bannock Historical Museum; Norton cemetery.
July 26, 2001
Item 18: Week of
August 1-3, 2001
Item 19: Festival of the American West; Helen Timbimboo interview; Max Godfrey interview; Clay Nicholas interview; Wellsville Tabernacle Quilt Show
August 1, 2001
Item 20: Bluebird Candy Factory; Joanne Fraser interview; Korea House Restaurant; Eldon and Alta Munns interview.
August 2, 2001
Item 21: Festival of the American West.
August 3, 2001
Item 22: Week of
August 7-8, 2001
Item 23: Bluebird Candy Factory; interview with Joanne Fraser; Richard Watkins interview; Shoshone Washakie Farms.
August 7, 2001
Item 24: Guy Cardon interview.
August 8, 2001
Item 25: Week of
August 22-24, 2001
Item 26: Dave Christensen interview; Deweyville, UT driving tour; Box Elder County Fair; Box Elder County parade.
August 22, 2001
Item 27: BRHA meeting; Snowville driving tour; Marble Park; Golden Spike Rodeo.
August 23, 2001
Item 28: Sandman Hotel; Terry Gnehm interview
September 5, 2001
Item 29: Cambodian community memorial service.
September 17, 2001
Item 30: Randee Munns interview.
September 19, 2001
Item 31: Driving tour of Idaho counties in BRHA.
September 26, 2001
Item 32: Bancroft and Chesterfield, ID; Call cabin; Higginson/Holbrook House.
September 28, 2001
Item 33: Mary Meiners interview; Wolfe Delbridge interview; potato sorting operation; Manuel Patiño
October 2, 2001
2 Haueter, Sally
Item 1: Garden City, Utah; Bear Lake Motor Lodge (Aubrey Anderson); Sue Kennedy Lutz; Marie and Anita Weston; Laketown, Utah; Randolph, Utah; Woodruff, Utah.
June 18, 2001
Item 2: Garden City LDS quilting; wedding ring quilt; baby blanket quilt; block quilt.
June 19, 2001
Item 3: Fern Pope interview, Garden City, Utah; Argyle Boot Shop, Randolph, Utah.
June 20, 2001
Item 4: Bret Argyle, leather worker, Randolph, Utah.
July 2, 2001
Item 5: Oral and Sue Lutz, Garden City, Utah; Woodruff, Utah rodeo; Randolph, Utah.
July 3, 2001
Item 6: Woodruff Homecoming dinner.
July 4, 2001
Item 7: Hoopes family, Mantua, Utah -- community celebration of July 24th (Pioneer Day).
July 20-21, 2001
Item 8: Laketown, Utah; Garden City LDS quilting.
July 24, 2001
Item 9: Elgie and Clayton Robinson interview (unrecorded).
July 25, 2001
Item 10: Raspberry Days, Garden City, Utah.
August 2-4, 2001
Item 11: Elgie and Clayton Robinson interview (recorded) - Bear Lake area history.
August 16, 2001
Item 12: Barbara Fjeldsted (owner of the Sportsman, Logan, Utah).
August 17, 2001
Item 13: Rich County Fair; Rich County Parade; Rich County Rodeo; Bret Argyle; Dot Gray.
August 18, 2001
Item 14: Doug Spence; Marie and Anita Weston interview; Fern Pope's quilts; Dot Gray.
August 25, 2001
Item 15: Bret Argyle interview; Donna Cornia-Gardner, Randolph, Utah.; Nathell Hoffman.
September 1, 2001
Item 16: Pugstone, Garden City, Utah.
October 20, 2001
Item 17: Mackinaw fishing.
October 25, 2001
Item 18: Missy Argyle interview, Randolph, Utah; public event at Rich County Junior High School, Laketown, Utah.
November 1, 2001
3 Parent, Robin
Item 1: Summary of fieldwork
4 Thatcher, Elaine
Item 1: one day car tour/survey of Bear River Area
May 30, 2001
5 Ward, Michael
Item 1: Boyd Marble interview; Bob Rust interview.
June 21 and 29, 2001
Item 2: Cache Valley Hispanic Community Center.
July 17, 2001
Item 3: Ann Holmgren.
July 18, 2001
Item 4: Beth Gurrister; Fruit Highway; Ralph Nielson interview.
July 19, 2001
Item 5: Box Elder Tourism Council meeting; Tamera Zollinger interview; Delone Glover; Philip Lehman; Kenji Fujikawa.
July 25, 2001
Item 6: Ann Holmgren interview.
July 26, 2001
Item 7: Philip Lehman interview; Kenji Fujikawa interview
July 27, 2001
Item 8: Paperwork and contacts.
July 30, 2001
Item 9: Participated in making Lehman Fruit Spread; Mennonite traditions.
July 31, 2001
Item 10: Wrote letters.
August 1, 2001
Item 11: Ralph Nielson interview; Clemente Lemus interview.
August 2, 2001
Item 12: Typed fieldnotes and transcription.
August 3, 2001
Item 13: Garland's Wheat and Beat Days; Jay Holmgren.
August 4, 2001
Item 14: Lewi Douglas interview; Jay Holmgren interview; Jim Tazio interview
August 9, 2001
Item 15: Summary of fieldwork
December 1, 2001
1 Idaho
Folder
1 Sarah Barsness (Oneida County)
2 Lisa Duskin-Goede (Franklin County)
3 Andrea Graham
4 Andrew Jorgensen (Bear Lake County)
5 Terry Livingston (Caribou County)
6 Mary Penrod(Clifton)
SUB-SERIES B: Contact/Artist Information
Box
1 Utah
Folder
1 Graham, Andrea
Item 1: Bravo, Leo: Logan, Utah; director of the Hispanic Center of Cache Valley
Item 2: Chuon, Bunarith: Nibley, Utah; organizer of the Cambodian Association
Item 3: Delbridge, Wolfe: Bancroft, Idaho; saddlemaker, leatherworker
Item 4: Gnehm, Terry: Logan, Utah; commissioner for Logan River Water Users, as well as for the Lower Bear River Water Users; irrigation
Item 5: Godfrey, Max: Riverside, Utah; rawhide braider, cowboy poet
Item 6: Hansen, Don: Tremonton, Utah; saddlemaker, leatherworker
Item 7: Meiners, Mary: Bancroft, Idaho; quilter, embroiderer, tatter, crocheter, rug weaver, braider, sewer/needleworker
Item 8: Melartin, Rosamond and Kirsti and Unto Vuohelainen: North Logan, Utah; Traditional arts and foods of Finland
Item 9: Michaelson, Dean: Bloomington, Idaho; trapper
Item 10: Munns, Eldon and Alta: Garland, Utah; historian of Garland, as well as sugar beet factories; welder of sculptures
Item 11: Munns, Randee: Garland, Utah; rodeo clown, welding teacher, horse trainer, farmer, creator of decorative welded mailboxes
Item 12: Nicholas, Clay: Corinne, Utah; saddlemaking
Item 13: Pugmire, Jean: Logan, Utah; descendant of Paris, Idaho founder - Charles C. Rich, former association with the Whittier Center refugee program
Item 14: Thatcher, Ted: Logan, Utah; irrigation system, Cache Valley history
Item 15: Timbimboo, Helen: Brigham City, Utah; Shoshone language and traditional foods, buckskin tanning, beadworking and other traditional crafts
Item 16: Timbimboo-Madsen, Patty: Brigham City, Utah; Cultural and Natural Resource Director for the Northwest Band of Shoshone; beadworking, buckskin tanning, cultural education
2 Haueter, Sally
Item 1: Argyle, Bret: Randolph, Utah; tack repair, saddlemaking, leatherworking, sheep and cattle rancher
Item 2: Cornia, Donna: Randolph, Utah; vegetable and flower gardener
Item 3: Hoffman, Nathell: Randolph, Utah; history of Randolph, knitter, quilting, sewing (needlework), crocheting, history of quilting in the area
Item 4: Pope, Fern: Garden City, Utah; oral historian, quilting, crocheting, knitter, latch hooking, rug sewing and crocheting
Item 5: Robinson, Clayton and Elgie: Laketown, Utah; crocheting, knitting
Item 6: Spence, Douglas: Garden City, Utah; knowledge of the geographical area of Garden City; father's pencil drawings of various buildings in the Garden City/Pickleville area
Item 7: Weston, Anita: Garden City, Utah; embroiderer, quilting, gardener, cook, piano player, furniture refinishing
3 Ward, Michael
Item 1: Fujikawa, Kenji: Honeyville, Utah; Japanese community, Buddhism
Item 2: Holmgren, Ann: Bear River City, Utah; town historian, ranch wife
Item 3: Lehman, Philip: Garland, Utah; Mennonite, maker of fruit spreads - "Lehman's Fruit Spreads"
Item 4: Lemus, Clemente: Perry, Utah; Mexican migrant worker for Nielson's Fruit and Produce
Item 5: Marble, Boyd: Bothwell, Utah; creator of Marble park which contains variety of things built out of antique farm equipment; Mormon pioneer heritage
Item 6: Nielson, Ralph: Perry, Utah; owner and operator of Nielson's Fruit and Produce on Utah's Famous Fruitway
Item 7: Tazoi, Jim: Garland, Utah; farmer, Japanese community, World War II Veteran
Item 8: Tazoi, Kim: Garland, Utah; Japanese, former internment camp resident, Bunka Japanese traditional art
4 Williams, Randy
Item 1: Pugmire, Jean: Logan, Utah; worked with the Vietnamese community in Cache Valley
5 Release Forms
2 Idaho
Folder
1 Barsness, Sarah (Oneida County)
2 Duskin-Goede, Lisa (Franklin County)
3 Graham, Andrea (Various counties)
4 Jorgenson, Andrew (Bear Lake County)
5 Livingston, Terry (Caribou County)
6 Release Forms

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SERIES IV:  SOUND RECORDINGS AND LOGS
Container(s)
Description
Dates
SUB-SERIES A:: Tape Logs/Transcripts
Box
Folder
1 1 Graham, Andrea
BR-AG-T-1: Interview with Ted Thatcher in his home in River Heights, Utah, on
Irrigation.
June 18, 2001
BR-AG-T-2: Interview with Ted Thatcher in his home in River Heights, Utah, on
Irrigation
June 18, 2001 (continued)
BR-AG-T-1, 2:: Ted Thatcher interview transcription
BR-AG-T-3:: Interview with Don Hansen in Tremonton, Utah, on
Saddlemaking
June 27, 2001
BR-AG-T-3:: Don Hansen interview transcription
BR-AG-T-4:: Interview with Dean Michaelson in Bloomington, Idaho, on
Trapping
June 29, 2001
BR-AG-T-4:: Dean Michaelson interview transcription
BR-AG-T-5:: Interview with Joanne Fraser and other Bluebird Candy employees in Logan, Utah, on
Candy making
August 7, 2001
BR-AG-T-5:: Bluebird Candy Factory (Joanne Fraser) interview transcription
BR-AG-T-6:: Interview with Terry Gnehm in Logan, Utah, on
Logan River and Lower Bear River irrigation companies
September 5, 2001
BR-AG-T-6:: Terry Gnehm interview transcription
BR-AG-T-7:: Interview with Randee Munns in Logan, Utah, on
Rodeo; rodeo clowning; barrelman; welding; farming; mailboxes
September 19, 2001
1 2 Haueter, Sally
BR-SH-T-1:: Interview with Fern Pope in her home in Garden City, Utah, on
quilting; rugs; crocheting; doilies
June 20, 2001
BR-SH-T-2:: No log or tape.
BR-SH-T-3:: Interview with Anita Weston and Marie Weston in Garden City, Utah, on
no tape log
August 25, 2001
BR-SH-T-4:: Interview with Doug Spence in Garden City, Utah, on
no tape log
August 25, 2001
BR-SH-T-5:: Interview with Bret Argyle in Randolph, Utah, on
no tape log
September 1, 2001
BR-SH-T-6:: Interview with Donna Cornia in Randolph, Utah, on
no tape log
September 1, 2001
1 3 Parent, Robin
BR-RP-T-1: Interview with John Calderwood at the White Owl Bar and Grill in Logan, Utah, on
business owner; history of the White Owl
June 21, 2001
BR-RP-T-2: Interview with Dr. Rich Gordin at Einstein's Bagels in Logan, Utah, on
Cache Valley sense of community
July 3, 2001
BR-RP-T-3: Interview Randy and Sally Wirth at Caffé Ibis in Logan, Utah, on
business owners; history and origin of the café; community-store relationship
July 30, 2001
BR-RP-T-4: Interview with Marla Brindly Trowbridge in Hyrum, Utah, on
Harness maker
August 14, 2001
1 4 Ward, Michael
BR-MW-T-1:: Interview with Bob and Ester Rust in Logan, Utah, on
Logan Canyon; ranching; local personalities; boot-legging; World War II;
June 21, 2001
BR-MW-T-2:: Interview with Ralph Nielsen (and others - unknown) in his office at Nielson's Fruit and Produce in Perry, Utah, on
fruit and produce business;
August 2, 2001
BR-MW-T-3:: Interview with J. Holmgren and Lewis Douglas at Mr. Douglas's home in Tremonton, Utah, on
farming and ranching; grasshoppers; rabbit drives; farming and ranching duties; water witching; granaries; storytelling;
September 8, 2001
BR-MW-T-4:: Interview with Jim Tazoi at his home in Garland, Utah, on
World War II; racism; Japanese culture in Garland, Utah; farming;
August 8, 2001
1 5 Williams, Randy
Item 1: [No sound recording]: Interview with Quang Nham at his home in Logan, Utah, on
Migration to the United States (Logan, Utah) from Vietnam; Vietnamese traditions in Cache Valley, Utah; the Lion Dance, Chinese New Year
October 7, 2001
Item 2: [No sound recording]: Interview with Yen Le Nguyen at her home in Logan, Utah, on
Migration to the United States (Cache Valley, Utah) from Vietnam; traditions of the Vietnamese community in Cache Valley; Vietnamese New Year; Lion Dance; traditional music; weddings; work ethic
September 10, 2001
2 1 Barsness, Sarah
BR-03-SB-T-1:: Interview with Mitchell Deschamps in his home in Malad, Idaho, on
Life history and writing of Mitchell Deschamps, 101 year old man from Malad.
July 11, 2003
BR-03-SB-T-2:: Interview with Mitchell Deschamps in his home in Malad, Idaho, on
Life history and writing of Mitchell Deschamps, 101 year old man from Malad.
July 11, 2003
BR-03-SB-T-3:: Interview with Fay Cottle, in her home in Malad, Idaho, on
Life of Fay Cottle growing up in Mitchell Hollbrook and later as Oneida Museum Director.
July 23, 2003
BR-03-SB-T-4:: Interview with Luke Waldron in his home in Samaria, Idaho, on
Historic preservation in Samaria, Mitchell growing up in Samaria.
July 29, 2003
BR-03-SB-T-5:: Interview with Don Evans at Evans Co-Op in Malad, Idaho, on
History of Evans family and Co-Op Building.
July 29, 2003
BR-03-SB-T-6:: Interview with Clarence Hughes at Blue Goose, Samaria, Idaho, on
Clarence Hughes life in Samaria during the depression and WWII.
July 31, 2003
BR-03-SB-T-7:: Interview with Clarence Hughes at Blue Goose, Samaria, Idaho, on
Clarence Hughes life in Samaria during the depression and WWII.
July 31, 2003
BR-03-SB-T-8:: Interview with Rex Daniels at his home in Malad, Idaho, on
Life on a ranch and the history of ranching/farming in Malad.
August 13, 2003
BR-03-SB-T-9:: Interview with Lucille Ipsen at his home in Malad, Idaho, on
Gardening on a ranch and growing up in Samaria.
August 18, 2003
BR-03-SB-T-10:: Interview with Jeanetta Flind, Mary Emma Roderick, and Kodee Udy at the home of Mary Emma Roderick in Malad, Idaho, on
Discussion of family quilt making: why and how they make quilts for loved ones.
August 19, 2003
2 2 Duskin-Goede, Lisa
BR-03-LD-T-1: Interview with Jay Moyle in Clifton, Idaho, on
Conversation while watching Jay and his staff make beet jerky in his "jerk Kitchen" at Papa Jay's store in Clifton, Idaho. [This is a topical transcription, with some word for word sections
July 9, 2003
BR-03-LD-T-2: Interview with Dell (DJ) Griffiths in Dayton, Idaho, on
Conversation in the car during driving tour of parts of Franklin County hosted by DJ Griffiths of Dayton, Idaho.
July 24, 2003
BR-03-LD-T-3: Interview with Dell (DJ) Griffiths in Dayton, Idaho, on
Continuation of conversation on car tour into Treasureton and other parts of Franklin County.
July 24, 2003
BR-03-LD-T-4: Interview with Ruth Cutler Hart in Preston, Idaho, on
Ruth Cutler Hart oral history; Ruth's granddaughter (Sorel Frew) was present.
July 28, 2003
BR-03-LD-T-5: Interview with Ruth Cutler Hart in Preston, Idaho, on July 28, 2003: Continuation of oral history with Ruth Cutler Hart
BR-03-LD-T-6: Interview with Jim Boone at his home in Lewiston, Utah, on
Conversation with Jim about his background and boat making.
September 1, 2003
BR-03-LD-T-7: Interview with Robert McGregor in Thatcher, Idaho, on
Conversation with Robert McGregor on a car tour through Thatcher Idaho. Robert is driving and doing most of the talking. His wife Relda sat in the back seat and added comments.
September 26, 2003
BR-03-LD-T-8-13:: Interviews
BR-04-LD-T-1-3:: Interviews
2 3 Graham, Andrea
BR-03-AG-T-1: Interview with Mitchell Hart adn Trent Clark in Soda Springs, Idaho, on
Phosphate mining and Monsanto operations in SE Idaho.
November 11, 2004
2 4 Jorgensen, Andrew
BR-03-AJ-T-1-6:: Interviews
2 5 Livingston, Terry
BR-03-TL-T-1-11:: Interviews
SUB-SERIES B: Audio Cassette Recordings
Box
1 Graham, Andrea
  • BR-AG-T-1
  • BR-AG-T-2
  • BR-AG-T-3
  • BR-AG-T-4
  • BR-AG-T-5
  • BR-AG-T-6
2 Graham, Andrea - Haueter, Sally
  • BR-AG-T-7
  • BR-SH-T-1
  • BR-SH-T-3
  • BR-SH-T-4
  • BR-SH-T-5
  • BR-SH-T-6
3 Parent, Robin - Ward, Michael
  • BR-RP-T-1
  • BR-RP-T-2
  • BR-RP-T-3
  • BR-RP-T-4
  • BR-MW-T-1 (1 of 2)
  • BR-MW-T-1 (2 of 2)
4 Ward, Michael
  • BR-MW-T-2 (1 of 2)
  • BR-MW-T-2 (2 of 2)
  • BR-MW-T-3 (1 of 2)
  • BR-MW-T-3 (2 of 2)
  • BR-MW-T-4 (1 of 2)
  • BR-MW-T-4 (2 of 2)
5 Barsness, Sarah - Duskin-Goede, Lisa
  • BR-03-SB-T-1
  • BR-03-SB-T-2
  • BR-03-SB-T-3
  • BR-03-SB-T-4
  • BR-03-SB-T-5
  • BR-03-SB-T-6
  • BR-03-SB-T-7
  • BR-03-SB-T-8
  • BR-03-SB-T-9
  • BR-03-SB-T-10
  • BR-03-LD-T-1 (2 copies)
  • BR-03-LD-T-2 (2 copies)
  • BR-03-LD-T-3 (2 copies)
  • BR-03-LD-T-4 (1 copy)
6 Duskin-Goede, Lisa
  • BR-03-LD-T-4 (1 copy)
  • BR-03-LD-T-5 (2 copies)
  • BR-03-LD-T-6 (2 copies)
  • BR-03-LD-T-7 (2 copies)
  • BR-03-LD-T-8 (2 copies)
  • BR-03-LD-T-9 (2 copies)
  • BR-03-LD-T-10 (2 copies)
  • BR-03-LD-T-11 (2 copies)
  • BR-04-LD-T-1 (2 copies)
7 Duskin-Goede - Graham, Andrea - Jorgensen, Andrew
  • BR-04-LD-T-2 (2 copies)
  • BR-04-LD-T-3 (2 copies)
  • BR-04-AG-T-1
  • BR-04-AG-T-2a
  • BR-04-AJ-T-2b
  • BR-04-AJ-T-3a
  • BR-04-AJ-T-3b
  • BR-04-AJ-T-4
  • BR-04-AJ-T-5a
  • BR-04-AJ-T-5b
  • BR-04-AJ-T-6
  • BR-04-AJ-T-7
  • BR-04-AJ-T-8
8 Livingston, Terry
  • BR-03-TL-T-1
  • BR-03-TL-T-2
  • BR-03-TL-T-3
  • BR-03-TL-T-4
  • BR-03-TL-T-5
  • BR-03-TL-T-6
  • BR-03-TL-T-7
  • BR-03-TL-T-8
  • BR-03-TL-T-9
  • BR-03-TL-T-10
  • BR-03-TL-T-11

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SERIES V:  PHOTOGRAPHY AND LOGS
Container(s)
Description
SUB-SERIES A: Photographic Logs and Indices
Box
Folder
1 1 Graham, Andrea - COLOR PRINT PHOTO LOGS
BR-AG-C-1:: photo log
  • BR-AG-C-1: 1: Painted alpine mural on majestic mart in Downey, Idaho
  • BR-AG-C-1: 2-4: Views of Cache Valley from Westside Highway 23, between Trenton and Newton, looking west, south and north
  • BR-AG-C-1: 5-19: Trenton Cemetery
  • BR-AG-C-1: 5: Bench with slipcover
  • BR-AG-C-1: 6-7: Buttars stone, front and back
  • BR-AG-C-1: 8-9: Merrill stone, front (with RV camper) and back
  • BR-AG-C-1: 10: Butler stone
  • BR-AG-C-1: 11: Bodily stone with photo
  • BR-AG-C-1: 12: Thurgood stone with photos
  • BR-AG-C-1: 13-14: Andersen stone with 2 wives, front and back
  • BR-AG-C-1: 15: Peterson infant
  • BR-AG-C-1: 16-17: Lund stone, front and back
  • BR-AG-C-1: 18: Andrew stone
  • BR-AG-C-1: 19: Cemetery overview
  • BR-AG-C-1: 20-21: Irrigation canal with hay field, west of Highway 23, south of Trenton
  • BR-AG-C-1: 22-25: Elaine Thatcher irrigating in her father's backyard, moving gates
BR-AG-C-2: photo log
  • BR-AG-C-2: 1-10: Elaine Thatcher irrigating her father's garden (6/18/01)
  • BR-AG-C-2: 1: Headgate
  • BR-AG-C-2: 2-3: Water running down rows
  • BR-AG-C-2: 4-6: Elaine Thatcher supervising irrigation
  • BR-AG-C-2: 7-10: Ted and Elaine Thatcher irrigating (#10 MISSING)
  • BR-AG-C-2: 11-18: Garden City LDS Ward quilters (6/19/01)
  • BR-AG-C-2: 11-12: Mary Fojtek teaching class
  • BR-AG-C-2: 13-18: Quilting; Sally Haueter (18)
  • BR-AG-C-2: 19-24: Plymouth cemetery (6/20/01)
  • BR-AG-C-2: 19: Overview
  • BR-AG-C-2: 20-21: Archibald stone, front and back (with snowmobile)
  • BR-AG-C-2: 22: Hess stone with shaking hands
  • BR-AG-C-2: 23-24: Timbimboo stone, front and back
BR-AG-C-3: photo log
  • BR-AG-C-3: 1-13: Plymouth cemetery (6/20/01)
  • BR-AG-C-3: 1: Hess stone, with photo and wheat
  • BR-AG-C-3: 2: Starr stone with windmill and water trough
  • BR-AG-C-3: 3: Back of stone with guitar
  • BR-AG-C-3: 4: Starr stone with metal arch
  • BR-AG-C-3: 5: Steed stone with cows and rider
  • BR-AG-C-3: 6: Thompson stone with fisherman
  • BR-AG-C-3: 7: Bell stone with cabin and snowmobile
  • BR-AG-C-3: 8: Baby Bell stone with photo
  • BR-AG-C-3: 9: Thomason stone with grandma and fisherman
  • BR-AG-C-3: 10: Udy stone with fisherman
  • BR-AG-C-3: 11-12: Lamb stone with arch and bulldozer
  • BR-AG-C-3: 13: Whiting stone with baking and baseball
  • BR-AG-C-3: 14-15: Steel Art, Franklin, Idaho (6/27/01)
  • BR-AG-C-3: 16: Franklin, hillside letter and year, "F" and "1860"
  • BR-AG-C-3: 17-19: Franklin cemetery
  • BR-AG-C-3: 17: entrance gate
  • BR-AG-C-3: 18: Durrant stone with cutout metal arch
  • BR-AG-C-3: 19: Shrives stone with "Buy-Sell-Trade"
  • BR-AG-C-3: 20: Richmond "Black and White Days" sign
  • BR-AG-C-3: 21-25: Don Hansen in saddle shop, Tremonton, Utah
  • BR-AG-C-3: 21-22: workbenches
  • BR-AG-C-3: 23-24: saddles
  • BR-AG-C-3: 25: Don Hansen setting up saddle
BR-AG-C-4: photo log
  • BR-AG-C-4: 1-4: Don Hansen, saddlemaker, Tremonton, Utah (6/27/01)
  • BR-AG-C-4: 1: saddle
  • BR-AG-C-4: 2: maker's mark
  • BR-AG-C-4: 3-4: Don Hansen with saddle
  • BR-AG-C-4: 5-10: Hyrum Cemetery (6/28/01)
  • BR-AG-C-4: 5: overview with plant hangers
  • BR-AG-C-4: 6-8: Brown stone with story and back
  • BR-AG-C-4: 9: Reese stone with hobbies
  • BR-AG-C-4: 10: Juray stone with metal horse
  • BR-AG-C-4: 11: Housing development, Perry, Utah
  • BR-AG-C-4: 12: Quilt frame advertising sign, Perry, Utah
  • BR-AG-C-4: 13-19: Dean Michaelson, trapper, Bloomington, Idaho (6/29/01)
  • BR-AG-C-4: 13: badger hides in basement
  • BR-AG-C-4: 14-15: Dean Michaelson with bobcat hide
  • BR-AG-C-4: 16: showing traps in shed
  • BR-AG-C-4: 17-18: hide stretchers
  • BR-AG-C-4: 19: antlers, etc., in garage
  • BR-AG-C-4: 20-25: Bloomington, Idaho cemetery
  • BR-AG-C-4: 20: Overview
  • BR-AG-C-4: 21-22: view east from cemetery
  • BR-AG-C-4: 23: Ransom stone with book and glasses
  • BR-AG-C-4: 24-25: Jacobsen stone, front and back
BR-AG-C-5: photo log
  • BR-AG-C-5: 1-4: Bloomington, Idaho cemetery
  • BR-AG-C-5: 1-2: Bateman stone, front and back
  • BR-AG-C-5: 3: Stevens stone with color engraving
  • BR-AG-C-5: 4-5: Nebeker stone (front and back) with photo and horseshoe arch
BR-AG-C-6: photo log
  • BR-AG-C-6: 1-3: Smithfield Implement
  • BR-AG-C-6: 4-6: houses with barns behind, Smithfield, Utah
  • BR-AG-C-6: 7-8: three generations of farmhouses, Highway 30, mile marker 107
  • BR-AG-C-6: 9-16: Bear River City cemetery
  • BR-AG-C-6: 9: overview with irrigation ditch
  • BR-AG-C-6: 10: headgate
  • BR-AG-C-6: 11: Young stone, sealed after death of husband
  • BR-AG-C-6: 12-13: Richardson stone with nicknames
  • BR-AG-C-6: 14-15: Mcrea stone, Albanian couple with wheat on top
  • BR-AG-C-6: 16: entrance gate with old steeple
  • BR-AG-C-6: 17-18: new developments with hayfields, Wellsville, Utah
  • BR-AG-C-6: 19-22: Pioneer Day, Willow Park, Logan, Utah
  • BR-AG-C-6: 19-20: Navajo taco booth
  • BR-AG-C-6: 21: salt water taffy booth
  • BR-AG-C-6: 22: Dutch oven cooking booth
  • BR-AG-C-6: 23-24: alpine murals on Gossner's Foods factory
BR-AG-C-7: photo log
  • BR-AG-C-7: 1-3: Gossner's Foods alpine murals and entrance
  • BR-AG-C-7: 4: Brigham City "B" hillside letter
  • BR-AG-C-7: 5-9: "Uncle Bert" Johnston's house, Forest St. Brigham City, UT
  • BR-AG-C-7: 10: Quilt Frame sign, Perry, Utah
  • BR-AG-C-7: 11-15: Grammy's Fruit stand, Perry, Utah
  • BR-AG-C-7: 16: fruit stand, Perry, Utah
  • BR-AG-C-7: 17-23: Paul's Patch fruit stand Perry, Utah
BR-AG-C-8: photo log
  • BR-AG-C-8: 1-2: Bell Ranch alpine mural, Preston, Idaho
  • BR-AG-C-8: 3: Bell Ranch mailbox, made of welding rod, Preston, Idaho
  • BR-AG-C-8: 4-25: Festival of the American West, American West Heritage Center, Wellsville, Utah
  • BR-AG-C-8: 4-17: Shoshone booths
  • BR-AG-C-8: 4: Helen Timbimboo's grandkids playing
  • BR-AG-C-8: 5-6: Helen Timbimboo, Shoshone artist
  • BR-AG-C-8: 7: Beadwork for sale in Helen Timbimboo's demonstration area
  • BR-AG-C-8: 8: Beadwork for sale, Helen Timbimboo in background
  • BR-AG-C-8: 9: Beaded purse and necklace medallions
  • BR-AG-C-8: 10-11: Buckskin hides in various stages of processing
  • BR-AG-C-8: 12: Beaded purses, wooden vials, film canisters, checkbook cover, bracelet
  • BR-AG-C-8: 13: Beaded moccasins, watchbands, key fobs, buckskin gloves
  • BR-AG-C-8: 14: Patty Timbimboo-Madsen (Helen's daughter)
  • BR-AG-C-8: 15-16: Hunter Timbimboo, Helen's grandson, scraping his first hide
  • BR-AG-C-8: 17: Rio Pacheco's booth at festival, beadwork, headdress
  • BR-AG-C-8: 18-25: Max Godfrey's rawhide braiding booth
  • BR-AG-C-8: 18: Braided reins, bosals, hobbles, quirts
  • BR-AG-C-8: 19: Braided reins, bosal and headstall
  • BR-AG-C-8: 20: Braided reins and headstall
  • BR-AG-C-8: 21: Braided hobbles
  • BR-AG-C-8: 22: Braided reata
  • BR-AG-C-8: 23: Max Godfrey
  • BR-AG-C-8: 24: Rawhide strips
  • BR-AG-C-8: 25: Braided rawhide necklace
BR-AG-C-9: photo log
  • BR-AG-C-9: 1-10: Festival of the American West, American West Heritage Center, Wellsville, Utah
  • BR-AG-C-9: 1: Chaps with braided rawhide decoration, Max Godfrey
  • BR-AG-C-9: 2-10: Clay Nicholas saddles
  • BR-AG-C-9: 2-5: Saddles by Clay Nicholas
  • BR-AG-C-9: 6-7: Clay Nicholas' maker's stamp (#6 is out of focus)
  • BR-AG-C-9: 8: Clay Nicholas, from Corinne, Utah
  • BR-AG-C-9: 9: Clay Nicholas' son on saddle
  • BR-AG-C-9: 10: Tapaderos made by Clay Nicholas
  • BR-AG-C-9: 11-21: Munns Dairy ranch, Eldon Munns, Garland, Utah
  • BR-AG-C-9: 11: Munns Dairy sign with brand
  • BR-AG-C-9: 12: Cows in pasture
  • BR-AG-C-9: 13: Outhouse
  • BR-AG-C-9: 14: Calf being weaned
  • BR-AG-C-9: 15: Calves in corral
  • BR-AG-C-9: 16: Eldon Munns
  • BR-AG-C-9: 17: Munns Ranch garden
  • BR-AG-C-9: 18: Munns ranch yard art
  • BR-AG-C-9: 19-21: Horseshoe cowboy made by Eldon Munns (#19 out of focus)
  • BR-AG-C-9: 22: Cornstalk mailbox, made by Randee Munns for his mother Sally, Garland, Utah
  • BR-AG-C-9: 23: Wheat field south of Franklin, Idaho
  • BR-AG-C-9: 24: Wheat field with hay derrick, south of Franklin, Idaho
  • BR-AG-C-9: 25: Old sugar beet factory, Richmond, Utah
BR-AG-C-10: photo log
  • BR-AG-C-10: 1: Wheat field, Richmond, Utah
  • BR-AG-C-10: 2: Hay stacks, Richmond, Utah
  • BR-AG-C-10: 3-7: Washakie, Utah
  • BR-AG-C-10: 3-4: Insulator fence wire supports
  • BR-AG-C-10: 5: Gate with Washakie brand and insulator fence wire supports
  • BR-AG-C-10: 6: Insulator fence wire supports
  • BR-AG-C-10: 7: Old brick building at Washakie (school?)
  • BR-AG-C-10: 8: Irrigation ditch aqueduct over Malad River, south of Plymouth
  • BR-AG-C-10: 9-11: Bear River Valley north of Preston, Idaho, looking east from Highway 91
  • BR-AG-C-10: 12-14: Wheel line irrigation in hay field, Cove, UT (north of Richmond)
  • BR-AG-C-10: 15: Welcome to Richmond sign
  • BR-AG-C-10: 16: Welcome to Smithfield sign
  • BR-AG-C-10: 17: Bomb tail mailbox, Honeyville, Utah
  • BR-AG-C-10: 18: Yard art, Honeyville, Utah
  • BR-AG-C-10: 19: Welcome to Honeyville sign (Utah)
  • BR-AG-C-10: 20: Welcome to Deweyville sign (Utah)
  • BR-AG-C-10: 21: Patch Peterson's cowboy mailbox, Deweyville, Utah
  • BR-AG-C-10: 22: Old Garland sugar beet factory
  • BR-AG-C-10: 23: Welcome to Garland sign (Utah)
  • BR-AG-C-10: 24: Alpine mural on Bill's Fixit Shop, Garland, Utah
  • BR-AG-C-10: 25: Old Garland sugar beet factory
BR-AG-C-11: photo log
  • BR-AG-C-11: 1-3: Camera messed up - no photos
  • BR-AG-C-11: 4: Chairs set up on sidewalk holding places for parade
  • BR-AG-C-11: 5: Parade grand marshals riding in carriage
  • BR-AG-C-11: 6: Box Elder County commissioners riding in wagon
  • BR-AG-C-11: 7: Rodeo queens and princesses riding in parade
  • BR-AG-C-11: 8: Smith & Edwards, Ogden, parade wagon
  • BR-AG-C-11: 9: Randee Munns, rodeo clown (from Garland, Utah)
  • BR-AG-C-11: 10: Utah Old Time Fiddlers float
  • BR-AG-C-11: 11: Thiokol float
  • BR-AG-C-11: 12-13: Brigham City Chamber of Commerce. Peach Days float
  • BR-AG-C-11: 14: Parade spectators
  • BR-AG-C-11: 15: Bear River FFA float
  • BR-AG-C-11: 16: LDS missionaries on Garland fire truck
  • BR-AG-C-11: 17: Dairy Princess royalty car
  • BR-AG-C-11: 18: Entrance to Box Elder Fairgrounds
  • BR-AG-C-11: 19: Utah Auctioneers' Association contest
  • BR-AG-C-11: 20: Fair food booths
  • BR-AG-C-11: 21: Rabbit contestants
  • BR-AG-C-11: 22: Chicken contestants
  • BR-AG-C-11: 23: Cattle contestants
  • BR-AG-C-11: 24-25: Kids practicing roping
BR-AG-C-12: photo log
  • BR-AG-C-12: 1-20: Box Elder County Fair, Tremonton, Utah
  • BR-AG-C-12: 1: Pig contestant
  • BR-AG-C-12: 2: Dutch Oven Dinner food vendor
  • BR-AG-C-12: 3-4: Canned goods display in home arts building
  • BR-AG-C-12: 5: Flower display in home arts building
  • BR-AG-C-12: 6: Quilt display in home arts building
  • BR-AG-C-12: 7: Home arts building overview
  • BR-AG-C-12: 8-12: Sheep pens with signs
  • BR-AG-C-12: 13-14: Shearing sheep
  • BR-AG-C-12: 15: Sheep sign from Thatcher, Utah
  • BR-AG-C-12: 16-19: Produce displays with ribbons
  • BR-AG-C-12: 20: Box Elder fairgrounds exit sign
  • BR-AG-C-12: 21: Welcome to Snowville sign (Utah)
  • BR-AG-C-12: 22-23: Fence made of stacked tires, Snowville
  • BR-AG-C-12: 24-25: Line of tractors with balers, Rose Ranch east of Snowville on Highway 30
BR-AG-C-13: photo log
  • BR-AG-C-13: 1: Welcome to Park Valley sign
  • BR-AG-C-13: 2-23: Box Elder Fair Rodeo, Tremonton (many photos are blurry and dark - was using too slow of film speed for night action)
  • BR-AG-C-13: 2-4: Rodeo contestants, queens, hangers-on riding around arena before start of rodeo
  • BR-AG-C-13: 5: Contestants at chutes before start
  • BR-AG-C-13: 6-10: Grand entry, rodeo queens riding serpentine
  • BR-AG-C-13: 11: Lineup after grand entry
  • BR-AG-C-13: 12-14: Saddle bronc contestants (all out of focus)
  • BR-AG-C-13: 15-16: Randee Munns, rodeo clown
  • BR-AG-C-13: 17-18: Saddle bronc contestants
  • BR-AG-C-13: 19: Unknown - dark
  • BR-AG-C-13: 20-23: Calf roping contestants
BR-AG-C-14: photo log
  • BR-AG-C-14: 1-9: Box Elder County Fair Rodeo, 8/23/01
  • BR-AG-C-14: 1: Calf roping
  • BR-AG-C-14: 2-3: Randee Munns, rodeo clown
  • BR-AG-C-14: 4-5: Calf roping
  • BR-AG-C-14: 6: Sheriff's Posse demonstration
  • BR-AG-C-14: 7: Bad picture of rodeo arena
  • BR-AG-C-14: 8: Steer wrestling, out of focus
  • BR-AG-C-14: 9: Steer wrestling, dark
  • BR-AG-C-14: 10-13: Restored sheep camp at Sandman Motel, Tremonton, Utah, 9/5/01
  • BR-AG-C-14: 14: Interior of sheep camp
  • BR-AG-C-14: 15-16: Rotating multiple mailbox in front of Terry Gnehm's house, Logan, Utah
  • BR-AG-C-14: 17-24: Cambodian Memorial service, Whittier Community Center, Logan, Utah, 9/15/01
  • BR-AG-C-14: 17: Lighting incense at altar
  • BR-AG-C-14: 18: Altar
  • BR-AG-C-14: 19: Detail of Buddha statues on altar
  • BR-AG-C-14: 20: Altar
  • BR-AG-C-14: 21: Buddha statues and incense pot
  • BR-AG-C-14: 22: Altar on stage
  • BR-AG-C-14: 23: Bunarith Chuon and wife
  • BR-AG-C-14: 24: Altar on stage
BR-AG-C-15: photo log
  • BR-AG-C-15: 1-20: Cambodian Memorial service, Whittier Community Center, Logan, Utah
  • BR-AG-C-15: 1: Stacked food carrier
  • BR-AG-C-15: 2: Monk giving blessings while people wait before service
  • BR-AG-C-15: 3: Serving food for monk
  • BR-AG-C-15: 4-7: Congregation serving rice into six bowls
  • BR-AG-C-15: 8-9: Andrea (Graham) serving rice into bowls
  • BR-AG-C-15: 10: Aluminum rice tureen\
  • BR-AG-C-15: 11-12: Service, monk chanting on stage, congregation on floor
  • BR-AG-C-15: 13: Monk eating food
  • BR-AG-C-15: 14-17: Congregation eating after service
  • BR-AG-C-15: 18: Shoes left at entrance
  • BR-AG-C-15: 19-20: Food served to group eating on stage
  • BR-AG-C-15: 21-23: Randee Munns in his office at BATC (Bridgerland Applied Technology Center) welding shop
1 2 Graham, Andrea - DIGITAL PHOTO LOGS
BR-AG-D-001 through BR-AG-D-070: photo log
  • BR-AG-D-01: 10/01; Cache County; USU Aggie "A" in front of Old Main
  • BR-AG-D-02: 9/01; Cache County; USU Aggie "A" in front of Old Main
  • BR-AG-D-03: 8/01; Cache County; Candy dippers working at the Bluebird Candy Factory, Logan, Utah
  • BR-AG-D-04: 8/01; Cache County; Candy dippers working at the Bluebird Candy Factory, Logan, Utah
  • BR-AG-D-05: 8/01; Cache County; Candy dippers working at the Bluebird Candy Factory, Logan, Utah
  • BR-AG-D-06: 8/01; Cache County; Candy dippers working at the Bluebird Candy Factory, Logan, Utah
  • BR-AG-D-07: 8/01; Cache County; Making pecan rolls at the Bluebird Candy Factory, Logan, Utah
  • BR-AG-D-08: 8/01; Cache County; Making pecan rolls at the Bluebird Candy Factory, Logan, Utah
  • BR-AG-D-09: 9/01; Rich County; Painting of the Bear Lake Monster, from USU Fife Folklore Archive
  • BR-AG-D-10: 6/01; Cache County; Ted Thatcher and Elaine Thatcher irrigating in their garden, River Heights, Utah
  • BR-AG-D-11: 6/01; Cache County; Elaine Thatcher irrigating in her garden, River Heights, Utah
  • BR-AG-D-12: 6/01; Cache County; Elaine Thatcher irrigating in her garden, River Heights, Utah
  • BR-AG-D-13: 6/01; Cache County; Elaine Thatcher irrigating in her garden, River Heights, Utah
  • BR-AG-D-14: 8/01; Cache County; Giant fly in front of sporting goods shop, Logan, Utah
  • BR-AG-D-15: 8/01; Cache County; Giant fly in front of sporting goods shop, Logan, Utah
  • BR-AG-D-16: 6/01; Rich County; Garden City LDS quilters
  • BR-AG-D-17: 6/01; Rich County; Garden City LDS quilters
  • BR-AG-D-18: 6/01; Rich County, Garden City LDS quilters
  • BR-AG-D-19: 6/01; Rich County, Garden City LDS quilters
  • BR-AG-D-20: 6/01; Rich County, Garden City LDS quilters
  • BR-AG-D-21: 6/01; Cache County; Irrigation ditch and hay bales near Highway 23
  • BR-AG-D-22: 6/01; Cache County; Irrigation ditch and hay bales near Highway 23
  • BR-AG-D-23: 6/01; Cache County; Hay fields south of Trenton on Highway 23
  • BR-AG-D-24: 6/01; Cache County; Hay fields south of Trenton on Highway 23
  • BR-AG-D-25: 9/01; Cache County; La Ranchera Mexican grocery, Logan, Utah
  • BR-AG-D-26: 9/01; Cache County; La Ranchera Mexican grocery, Logan, Utah
  • BR-AG-D-27: 9/01; Cache County, La Ranchera Mexican grocery, Logan, Utah
  • BR-AG-D-28: 9/01; Cache County; Irrigation water in street curb ditch, Logan, Utah
  • BR-AG-D-29: 9/01; Cache County; LDS Temple, Logan, Utah
  • BR-AG-D-30: 9/01; Cache County; LDS Temple, Logan, Utah
  • BR-AG-D-31: 9/01; Cache County; LDS Temple, Logan, Utah
  • BR-AG-D-32: 8/01; Box Elder County; Marble Park, Bothwell, Utah
  • BR-AG-D-33: 8/01; Box Elder County; Marble Park. Bothwell, Utah
  • BR-AG-D-34: 8/01; Box Elder County; Marble Park, Bothwell, Utah
  • BR-AG-D-35: 8/01; Box Elder County; Marble Park, Bothwell, Utah
  • BR-AG-D-36: 8/01; Box Elder County; Marble Park, Bothwell, Utah
  • BR-AG-D-37: 8/01; Box Elder County; Marble Park, Bothwell, Utah
  • BR-AG-D-38: 8/01; Box Elder County; Marble Park, Bothwell, Utah
  • BR-AG-D-39: 8/01; Box Elder County; Marble Park, Bothwell, Utah
  • BR-AG-D-40: 8/01; Box Elder County; Marble Park, Bothwell, Utah
  • BR-AG-D-41: 8/01; Box Elder County; Marble Park, Bothwell, Utah
  • BR-AG-D-42: 9/01; Cache County; Copy photo of Mendon May Day; photo in USU Fife Folklore Archive
  • BR-AG-D-43: 8/01; Box Elder County; Aqueduct over Malad River south of Plymouth
  • BR-AG-D-44: 8/01; Box Elder County; Aqueduct over Malad River south of Plymouth, with kids playing
  • BR-AG-D-45: 8/01; Box Elder County; Aqueduct over Malad River south of Plymouth, with kids playing
  • BR-AG-D-46: 8/01; Box Elder County; Aqueduct over Malad River south of Plymouth, with kids playing
  • BR-AG-D-47: 8/01; Box Elder County; Plymouth cemetery, Hess stone
  • BR-AG-D-48: 8/01; Box Elder County; Plymouth cemetery, Timbimboo stone, front
  • BR-AG-D-49: 8/01; Box Elder County; Plymouth cemetery, Timbimboo stone, back
  • BR-AG-D-50: 8/01; Box Elder County; Plymouth cemetery, Steed stone (cowboy and cows)
  • BR-AG-D-51: 8/01; Box Elder County; Plymouth cemetery, Thomason stone (reading grandma and fisherman)
  • BR-AG-D-52: 8/01; Box Elder County; Portage cemetery, Hall stone with photo
  • BR-AG-D-53: 8/01; Box Elder County; Portage cemetery, Hall stone (photo closeup)
  • BR-AG-D-54: 9/01; Cache County; Sheep camp and sheep near Cove, Utah
  • BR-AG-D-55: 9/01; Cache County; Sheep camp and sheep near Cove, Utah
  • BR-AG-D-56: 9/01; Cache County; Spackman Ranch flowers, Richmond, Utah
  • BR-AG-D-57: 9/01; Cache County; Spackman Ranch flowers, Richmond, Utah
  • BR-AG-D-58: 6/01; Cache County; Trenton, Utah cemetery
  • BR-AG-D-59: 6/01; Cache County, Trenton, Utah cemetery
  • BR-AG-D-60: 6/01; Cache County; Trenton Cemetery, bench with slipcover
  • BR-AG-D-61: 6/01; Cache County; Trenton Cemetery, Bodily stone
  • BR-AG-D-62: 6/01; Cache County; Trenton Cemetery, Buttars stone, front (cowboys and temple)
  • BR-AG-D-63: 6/01; Cache County; Trenton Cemetery, Buttars stone, back (children's names)
  • BR-AG-D-64: 6/01; Cache County; Trenton Cemetery, Merrill stone (RV and elk)
  • BR-AG-D-65: 6/01; Cache County; Trenton Cemetery, Thurgood stone (photos of mom and kids)
  • BR-AG-D-66: 9/01; Cache County; Copy photo of kids tubing on canal, from USU Fife Folklore Archive
  • BR-AG-D-67: 7/01; Box Elder County; "Uncle Bert's" house and yard art, Tremonton, Utah
  • BR-AG-D-68: 8/01; Box Elder County; View looking south from Plymouth, Utah
  • BR-AG-D-69: 8/01; Box Elder County; View looking south from Plymouth, Utah
  • BR-AG-D-70: 8/01; Cache County; Wheel line irrigator, near Cove, Utah
BR-AG-D-071 through BR-AG-D-237: photo log
  • BR-AG-D-71: 9/01; Caribou County; Alpine mural, Soda Springs, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-72: 9/01; Caribou County; Alpine mural, Bancroft, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-73: 9/01; Caribou County; Bancroft rodeo sign 1, "Idaho's oldest rodeo" (Idaho)
  • BR-AG-D-74: 9/01; Caribou County; Bancroft rodeo sign 2, "Among the oldest in the state" (Idaho)
  • BR-AG-D-75: 9/01; Caribou County; Bancroft welcome sign (Idaho)
  • BR-AG-D-76: 9/01; Caribou County; Hay stacker and sheep camp, Bancroft, ID
  • BR-AG-D-77: 9/01; Franklin County; Barn in Dayton, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-78: 9/01; Franklin County; Barn east of Preston, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-79: 9/01; Franklin County; Dry irrigation ditch east of Preston, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-80: 9/01; Franklin County; Barn on East Oneida St., Preston 1
  • BR-AG-D-81: 9/01; Franklin County; Barn on East Oneida St., Preston 1
  • BR-AG-D-82: 9/01; Bannock County; Old house and hay bales, Red Rock Pass, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-83: 9/01; Bannock County; Old house and hay bales, Red Rock Pass, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-84: 9/01; Bannock County; Corrals and hay bales, Red Rock Pass, ID
  • BR-AG-D-85: 9/01; Bannock County; Corner detail, log house at Red Rock Pass, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-86: 9/01; Franklin County; Idaho state line south of Franklin
  • BR-AG-D-87: 8/01; Franklin County; Franklin Cemetery
  • BR-AG-D-88: 8/01; Franklin County; Franklin Cemetery
  • BR-AG-D-89: 9/01; Franklin County; Bear River Massacre sign, north of Preston
  • BR-AG-D-90: 9/01; Franklin County; Bear River Massacre DUP monument
  • BR-AG-D-91: 9/01; Franklin County; Bear River Massacre DUP monument, plaque detail
  • BR-AG-D-92: 9/01; Franklin County; Bear River Massacre DUP monument, plaque detail
  • BR-AG-D-93: 9/01; Franklin County; Mail truck mailbox near Bear River Massacre site, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-94: 9/01; Franklin County; "P" hillside letter, east of Preston, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-95: 9/01; Franklin County; Preston welcome sign
  • BR-AG-D-96: 9/01; Franklin County; Preston welcome sign
  • BR-AG-D-97: 9/01; Franklin County; Old sugar beet factory, south of Preston, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-98: 9/01; Franklin County; Old sugar beet factory, south of Preston, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-99: 9/01; Franklin County; Old sugar beet factory, south of Preston, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-100: 9/01; Franklin County; "Welcome Tourists" sign, Preston, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-101: 9/01; Franklin County; Utah and Northern Railway sign, at Bear River Massacre turnout north of Preston, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-102: 9/01; Bannock County; Thomas Merc, Swan Lake
  • BR-AG-D-103: 9/01; Bannock County; Swan Lake grain elevator
  • BR-AG-D-104: 9/01; Bannock County; "L" hillside letter, Lava Hot Springs, ID
  • BR-AG-D-105: 9/01; Bannock County; "L" hillside letter, Lava Hot Springs, ID
  • BR-AG-D-106: 9/01; Bannock County, "L" hillside letter, Lava Hot Springs, ID
  • BR-AG-D-107: 9/01; Franklin County; Welcome sign, Dayton, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-108: 9/01; Franklin County; Welcome sign, Dayton, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-109: 9/01; Franklin County; Sprinkler repair business sign, Datyon, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-110: 9/01; Franklin County; Sprinkler repair business sign, Dayton, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-111: 9/01; Franklin County; Mailbox on spring, Dayton, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-112: 9/01; Franklin County; ON Ranch gate, Dayton, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-113: 9/01; Franklin County; ON Ranch hay shed, Dayton, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-114: 9/01; Franklin County; Welcome to Oxford sign, north end of town (Idaho)
  • BR-AG-D-115: 9/01; Franklin County; Welcome to Oxford sign, north end of town, front detail (Idaho)
  • BR-AG-D-116: 9/01; Franklin County; Welcome to Oxford sign, north end of town, back detail (Idaho)
  • BR-AG-D-117: 9/01; Franklin County; Welcome to Oxford sign, south end of town, front detail (Idaho)
  • BR-AG-D-118: 9/01; Franklin County; Welcome to Oxford sign, south end of town, back detail (Idaho)
  • BR-AG-D-119: 9/01; Franklin County; "WS" hillside letters, Westside High School, Dayton, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-120: 9/01; Franklin County; "WS" hillside letters, Westside High School, Dayton, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-121: 9/01; Franklin County; "WS" hillside letters, Westside High School, Dayton, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-122: 9/01; Franklin County; "WS" hillside letters over Westside High School, Dayton, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-123: 9/01; Franklin County; "WS" hillside letters over Westside High School, Dayton, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-124: 9/01; Franklin County; Weston Grain Co-op (Idaho)
  • BR-AG-D-125: 9/01; Franklin County; Oxford "cemetery" sign (Idaho)
  • BR-AG-D-126: 9/01; Franklin County; Oxford dairy (Idaho)
  • BR-AG-D-127: 9/01; Franklin County; Oxford dairy (Idaho)
  • BR-AG-D-128: 9/01; Franklin County; Oxford dairy (Idaho)
  • BR-AG-D-129: 7/01; Bear Lake County; "M" hillside letter, Montpelier, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-130: 9/01; Bear Lake County; Bern cemetery and view (Idaho)
  • BR-AG-D-131: 9/01; Bear Lake County; Bern cemetery, Kunz stone, front (ID)
  • BR-AG-D-132: 9/01; Bear Lake County; Bern cemetery, Kunz stone, back (with occupations), Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-133: 9/01; Bear Lake County; View of Bern from cemetery
  • BR-AG-D-134: 7/01; Bear Lake County; Bloomington cemetery
  • BR-AG-D-135: 7/01; Bear Lake County; Bloomington cemetery, Bateman stone, front (cowboy and flowers), Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-136: 7/01; Bear Lake County; Bloomington cemetery, Bateman stone, back (children's names and temple), Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-137: 7/01; Bear Lake County; Welcome sign, Bennington, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-138: 7/01; Bear Lake County, Georgetown cemetery gate, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-139: 7/01; Bear Lake County; Georgetown cemetery gate, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-140: 7/01; Bear Lake County; Georgetown cemetery, Davis stone (reading grandma, circular saw, temple), Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-141: 7/01; Bear Lake County; Georgetown cemetery, Smith stone, front (cowboy, cabin, brand), Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-142: 7/01; Bear Lake County; Georgetown cemetery, Smith stone, back (children and grandchildren), Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-143: 9/01; Bear Lake County; Hay stacker, Oxford, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-144: 9/01; Bear Lake County; Cactus mailbox, Ovid, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-145: 9/01; Bear Lake County; Old house south of Bern, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-146: 9/01; Caribou County; Welcome to Soda Springs (Idaho) sign
  • BR-AG-D-147: 9/01; Caribou County; Hooper Springs, Soda Springs, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-148: 9/01; Caribou County; Hooper Springs, Soda Springs, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-149: 9/01; Caribou County; Homemade barbecue at Hooper Springs park, Soda Springs, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-150: 9/01; Caribou County; J&J Leather Shop, Soda Springs, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-151: 9/01; Caribou County; Phosphate sing at Hooper Springs Park, Soda Springs, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-152: 9/01; Caribou County; Monsanto Phosphate plant, Soda Springs, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-153: 9/01; Caribou County; Monsanto Phosphate plant, Soda Springs, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-154: 9/01; Caribou County; Slag dump, Soda Springs, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-155: 9/01; Caribou County; Slag pour 1, Soda Springs, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-156: 9/01; Caribou County; Slag pour 2, Soda Springs, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-157: 9/01; Caribou County; Slag pour 3, Soda Springs, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-158: 9/01; Caribou County; Slag pour 4, Soda Springs, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-159: 9/01; Caribou County; Slag pour 5, Soda Springs, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-160: 9/01; Caribou County; Slag pour 6, Soda Springs, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-161: 9/01; Caribou County; Slag pour 7, Soda Springs, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-162: 9/01; Caribou County; Bear River north of Grace, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-163: 9/01; Caribou County; Aqueduct over Bear River, north of Grace, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-164: 9/01; Caribou County; Aqueduct over Bear River, north of Grace, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-165: 9/01; Caribou County; Aqueduct over Bear River, north of Grace, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-166: 9/01; Caribou County; Aqueduct over Bear River, north of Grace, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-167: 9/01; Caribou County; Canal north of Grace, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-168: 9/01; Caribou County; Last Chance aqueduct over Bear River, north of Grace, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-169: 9/01; Caribou County; Last Chance aqueduct over Bear River, north of Grace, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-170: 9/01; Caribou County; Last Chance aqueduct over Bear River, north of Grace, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-171: 9/01; Caribou County; Last Chance Canal, north of Grace, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-172: 9/01; Caribou County; Last Chance Canal Dam sign, north of Grace, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-173: 9/01; Caribou County; Last Chance Tunnel sign, north of Grace, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-174: 9/01; Caribou County; Potato cellar, Grace, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-175: 9/01; Caribou County; "G" hillside letter, Grace, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-176: 9/01; Caribou County; "G" hillside letter, Grace, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-177: 9/01; Caribou County; Grain elevator, Grace, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-178: 9/01; Caribou County; Grain elevator, Grace, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-179: 10/01; Caribou County; "Potatoes for sale" sign, Stanley Christensen Farm; Niter, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-180: 10/01; Caribou County; Sorting potatoes, Stanley Christensen Farm; Niter, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-181: 10/01; Caribou County; Sorting potatoes, Stanley Christensen Farm; Niter, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-182: 10/01; Caribou County; Sorting potatoes, Stanley Christensen Farm; Niter, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-183: 10/01; Caribou County; Sorting potatoes, Stanley Christensen Farm; Niter, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-184: 10/01; Caribou County; Sorting potatoes, Stanley Christensen Farm; Niter, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-185: 10/01; Caribou County; Sorting potatoes, Stanley Christensen Farm; Niter, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-186: 10/01; Caribou County; Sorting potatoes, Stanley Christensen Farm; Niter, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-187: 10/01; Caribou County; Sorting potatoes, Stanley Christensen Farm; Niter, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-188: 10/01; Caribou County; Sorting potatoes, Stanley Christensen Farm; Niter, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-189: 10/01; Caribou County; Sorting potatoes, Stanley Christensen Farm; Niter, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-190: 10/01; Caribou County; Sorting potatoes, Stanley Christensen Farm; Niter, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-191: 10/01; Caribou County; Lago View Dairy sign; Niter, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-192: 10/01; Caribou County; Wolfe Delbridge, saddlemaker; Bancroft, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-193: 10/01; Caribou County; Wolfe Delbridge, saddle; Bancroft, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-194: 10/01; Caribou County; Wolfe Delbridge, saddle; Bancroft, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-195: 10/01; Caribou County; Wolfe Delbridge, saddle, detail; Bancroft, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-196: 10/01; Caribou County; Wolfe Delbridge leather tooling; Bancroft, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-197: 10/01; Caribou County; Wolfe Delbridge leather tooling; Bancroft, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-198: 9/01; Caribou County; Chesterfield Church/museum; Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-199: 9/01; Caribou County; Chesterfield brands in museum; Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-200: 9/01; Caribou County; Chesterfield brands in museum; Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-201: 9/01; Caribou County; Chesterfield haying photos in museum; Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-202: 9/01; Caribou County; Chesterfield accordionist photo in museum; Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-203: 9/01; Caribou County; Woven rag rugs in old Chesterfield Church/museum, made by Mary Meiners; Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-204: 9/01; Caribou County; Woven rag rugs in old Chesterfield Church/museum, made by Mary Meiners; Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-205: 10/01; Caribou County; Old Lund Store, Lund, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-206: 10/01; Caribou County; Mary Meiners with denim quilt, Lund, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-207: 10/01; Caribou County; Denim quilt by Mary Meiners, Lund, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-208: 10/01; Caribou County; Strip pieced quilt by Mary Meiners, Lund, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-209: 10/01; Caribou County; Strip pieced quilt (detail) by Mary Meiners, Lund, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-210: 10/01; Caribou County; Strip pieced quilt (detail) by Mary Meiners, Lund, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-211: 10/01; Caribou County; Wedding ring quilt by Mary Meiners, Lund, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-212: 10/01; Caribou County; Wedding ring quilt (detail) by Mary Meiners, Lund, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-213: 10/01; Caribou County; Tricot quilt for grandson by Mary Meiners, Lund, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-214: 10/01; Caribou County; 50th Anniversary quilt by Mary Meiners' daughter, Lund, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-215: 10/01; Caribou County; 50th Anniversary quilt by Mary Meiners' daughter, Lund, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-216: 10/01; Caribou County; Baby quilts by Mary Meiners, Lund, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-217: 10/01; Caribou County; Baby quilt with edging by Mary Meiners, Lund, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-218: 10/01; Caribou County; Crochet dishrag by Mary Meiners, Lund, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-219: 10/01; Caribou County; Crochet potholders by Mary Meiners, Lund, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-220: 10/01; Caribou County; Embroidered flower collection by Mary Meiners, Lund, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-221: 10/01; Caribou County; Embroidered flowers by Mary Meiners, Lund, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-222: 10/01; Caribou County; Embroidered flowers by Mary Meiners, Lund, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-223: 10/01; Caribou County; Embroidered welcome sign by Mary Meiners, Lund, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-224: 10/01; Caribou County; Embroidered welcome sign by Mary Meiners, Lund, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-225: 10/01; Caribou County; Rug loom owned by Mary Meiners, Lund, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-226: 10/01; Caribou County; Rug loom owned by Mary Meiners, Lund, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-227: 10/01; Caribou County; Woven rug by Mary Meiners, Lund, ID
  • BR-AG-D-228: 10/01; Caribou County; Sewn rug with toothbrush handle "needles" by Mary Meiners, Lund, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-229: 10/01; Caribou County; Sewn rug by Mary Meiners, Lund, ID
  • BR-AG-D-230: 10/01; Caribou County; Sewn rug by Mary Meiners, Lund, ID
  • BR-AG-D-231: 10/01; Caribou County; Rug with triangle fabric pieces by Mary Meiners, Lund, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-232: 9/01; Franklin County; Patiño Store, Mexican goods; Preston, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-233: 9/01; Franklin County; "God Bless USA" in dry lake bed, south of Swan Lake, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-234: 9/01; Franklin County; "God Bless USA" in dry lake bed, south of Swan Lake, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-235: 9/01; Franklin County; "God Bless USA" in dry lake bed, south of Swan Lake, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-236: 9/01; Franklin County; "God Bless USA" in dry lake bed, south of Swan Lake, Idaho
  • BR-AG-D-237: 9/01; Franklin County; "God Bless USA" in dry lake bed, south of Swan Lake, Idaho
1 3 Graham, Andrea - CD PHOTO INDICES
BR-AG-CD-1: photo index
  • BR-AG-CD-1-1: BR-AG-C-2-23
  • BR-AG-CD-1-2: BR-AG-C-2-24
  • BR-AG-CD-1-3: BR-AG-C-2-22
  • BR-AG-CD-1-4: BR-AG-C-2-21
  • BR-AG-CD-1-5: BR-AG-C-2-20
  • BR-AG-CD-1-6: BR-AG-C-2-19
  • BR-AG-CD-1-7: BR-AG-C-2-18
  • BR-AG-CD-1-8: BR-AG-C-2-17
  • BR-AG-CD-1-9: BR-AG-C-2-16
  • BR-AG-CD-1-10: BR-AG-C-2-15
  • BR-AG-CD-1-11: BR-AG-C-2-14
  • BR-AG-CD-1-12: BR-AG-C-2-13
  • BR-AG-CD-1-13: BR-AG-C-2-12
  • BR-AG-CD-1-14: BR-AG-C-2-11
  • BR-AG-CD-1-15: BR-AG-C-2-10
  • BR-AG-CD-1-16: BR-AG-C-2-09
  • BR-AG-CD-1-17: BR-AG-C-2-08
  • BR-AG-CD-1-18: BR-AG-C-2-07
  • BR-AG-CD-1-19: BR-AG-C-2-06
  • BR-AG-CD-1-20: BR-AG-C-2-05
  • BR-AG-CD-1-21: BR-AG-C-2-04
  • BR-AG-CD-1-22: BR-AG-C-2-03
  • BR-AG-CD-1-23: BR-AG-C-2-02
  • BR-AG-CD-1-24: BR-AG-C-2-01
  • BR-AG-CD-1-25: BR-AG-C-3-25
  • BR-AG-CD-1-26: BR-AG-C-3-24
  • BR-AG-CD-1-27: BR-AG-C-3-23
  • BR-AG-CD-1-28: BR-AG-C-3-22
  • BR-AG-CD-1-29: BR-AG-C-3-21
  • BR-AG-CD-1-30: BR-AG-C-3-20
  • BR-AG-CD-1-31: BR-AG-C-3-19
  • BR-AG-CD-1-32: BR-AG-C-3-18
  • BR-AG-CD-1-33: BR-AG-C-3-17
  • BR-AG-CD-1-34: BR-AG-C-3-16
  • BR-AG-CD-1-35: BR-AG-C-3-15
  • BR-AG-CD-1-36: BR-AG-C-3-14
  • BR-AG-CD-1-37: BR-AG-C-3-13
  • BR-AG-CD-1-38: BR-AG-C-3-12
  • BR-AG-CD-1-39: BR-AG-C-3-11
  • BR-AG-CD-1-40: BR-AG-C-3-10
  • BR-AG-CD-1-41: BR-AG-C-3-09
  • BR-AG-CD-1-42: BR-AG-C-3-08
  • BR-AG-CD-1-43: BR-AG-C-3-07
  • BR-AG-CD-1-44: BR-AG-C-3-06
  • BR-AG-CD-1-45: BR-AG-C-3-05
  • BR-AG-CD-1-46: BR-AG-C-3-04
  • BR-AG-CD-1-47: BR-AG-C-3-03
  • BR-AG-CD-1-48: BR-AG-C-3-02
  • BR-AG-CD-1-49: BR-AG-C-3-01
  • BR-AG-CD-1-50: BR-AG-C-6-24
  • BR-AG-CD-1-51: BR-AG-C-6-23
  • BR-AG-CD-1-52: BR-AG-C-6-22
  • BR-AG-CD-1-53: BR-AG-C-6-21
  • BR-AG-CD-1-54: BR-AG-C-6-20
  • BR-AG-CD-1-55: BR-AG-C-6-19
  • BR-AG-CD-1-56: BR-AG-C-6-18
  • BR-AG-CD-1-57: BR-AG-C-6-17
  • BR-AG-CD-1-58: BR-AG-C-6-16
  • BR-AG-CD-1-59: BR-AG-C-6-15
  • BR-AG-CD-1-60: BR-AG-C-6-14
  • BR-AG-CD-1-61: BR-AG-C-6-13
  • BR-AG-CD-1-62: BR-AG-C-6-12
  • BR-AG-CD-1-63: BR-AG-C-6-11
  • BR-AG-CD-1-64: BR-AG-C-6-10
  • BR-AG-CD-1-65: BR-AG-C-6-09
  • BR-AG-CD-1-66: BR-AG-C-6-08
  • BR-AG-CD-1-67: BR-AG-C-6-07
  • BR-AG-CD-1-68: BR-AG-C-6-06
  • BR-AG-CD-1-69: BR-AG-C-6-05
  • BR-AG-CD-1-70: BR-AG-C-6-04
  • BR-AG-CD-1-71: BR-AG-C-6-03
  • BR-AG-CD-1-72: BR-AG-C-6-02
  • BR-AG-CD-1-73: BR-AG-C-6-01
  • BR-AG-CD-1-74: BR-AG-C-1-25
  • BR-AG-CD-1-75: BR-AG-C-1-24
  • BR-AG-CD-1-76: BR-AG-C-1-23
  • BR-AG-CD-1-77: BR-AG-C-1-22
  • BR-AG-CD-1-78: BR-AG-C-1-21
  • BR-AG-CD-1-79: BR-AG-C-1-20
  • BR-AG-CD-1-80: BR-AG-C-1-19
  • BR-AG-CD-1-81: BR-AG-C-1-18
  • BR-AG-CD-1-82: BR-AG-C-1-17
  • BR-AG-CD-1-83: BR-AG-C-1-16
  • BR-AG-CD-1-84: BR-AG-C-1-15
  • BR-AG-CD-1-85: BR-AG-C-1-14
  • BR-AG-CD-1-86: BR-AG-C-1-13
  • BR-AG-CD-1-87: BR-AG-C-1-12
  • BR-AG-CD-1-88: BR-AG-C-1-11
  • BR-AG-CD-1-89: BR-AG-C-1-10
  • BR-AG-CD-1-90: BR-AG-C-1-09
  • BR-AG-CD-1-91: BR-AG-C-1-08
  • BR-AG-CD-1-92: BR-AG-C-1-07
  • BR-AG-CD-1-93: BR-AG-C-1-06
  • BR-AG-CD-1-94: BR-AG-C-1-05
  • BR-AG-CD-1-95: BR-AG-C-1-04
  • BR-AG-CD-1-96: BR-AG-C-1-03
  • BR-AG-CD-1-97: BR-AG-C-1-02
  • BR-AG-CD-1-98: BR-AG-C-1-01
  • BR-AG-CD-1-99: BR-AG-C-4-25
  • BR-AG-CD-1-100: BR-AG-C-4-24
  • BR-AG-CD-1-101: BR-AG-C-4-23
  • BR-AG-CD-1-102: BR-AG-C-4-22
  • BR-AG-CD-1-103: BR-AG-C-4-21
  • BR-AG-CD-1-104: BR-AG-C-4-20
  • BR-AG-CD-1-105: BR-AG-C-4-19
  • BR-AG-CD-1-106: BR-AG-C-4-18
  • BR-AG-CD-1-107: BR-AG-C-4-17
  • BR-AG-CD-1-108: BR-AG-C-4-16
  • BR-AG-CD-1-109: BR-AG-C-4-15
  • BR-AG-CD-1-110: BR-AG-C-4-14
  • BR-AG-CD-1-111: BR-AG-C-4-13
  • BR-AG-CD-1-112: BR-AG-C-4-12
  • BR-AG-CD-1-113: BR-AG-C-4-11
  • BR-AG-CD-1-114: BR-AG-C-4-10
  • BR-AG-CD-1-115: BR-AG-C-4-09
  • BR-AG-CD-1-116: BR-AG-C-4-08
  • BR-AG-CD-1-117: BR-AG-C-4-07
  • BR-AG-CD-1-118: BR-AG-C-4-06
  • BR-AG-CD-1-119: BR-AG-C-4-05
  • BR-AG-CD-1-120: BR-AG-C-4-04
  • BR-AG-CD-1-121: BR-AG-C-4-03
  • BR-AG-CD-1-122: BR-AG-C-4-02
  • BR-AG-CD-1-123: BR-AG-C-4-01
  • BR-AG-CD-1-124: [No Image]
  • BR-AG-CD-1-125: BR-AG-C-5-5
  • BR-AG-CD-1-126: BR-AG-C-5-4
  • BR-AG-CD-1-127: BR-AG-C-5-3
  • BR-AG-CD-1-128: BR-AG-C-5-2
  • BR-AG-CD-1-129: BR-AG-C-5-1
  • BR-AG-CD-1-130: BR-AG-C-7-23
  • BR-AG-CD-1-131: BR-AG-C-7-22
  • BR-AG-CD-1-132: BR-AG-C-7-21
  • BR-AG-CD-1-133: BR-AG-C-7-20
  • BR-AG-CD-1-134: BR-AG-C-7-19
  • BR-AG-CD-1-135: BR-AG-C-7-18
  • BR-AG-CD-1-136: BR-AG-C-7-17
  • BR-AG-CD-1-137: BR-AG-C-7-16
  • BR-AG-CD-1-138: BR-AG-C-7-15
  • BR-AG-CD-1-139: BR-AG-C-7-14
  • BR-AG-CD-1-140: BR-AG-C-7-13
  • BR-AG-CD-1-141: BR-AG-C-7-12
  • BR-AG-CD-1-142: BR-AG-C-7-11
  • BR-AG-CD-1-143: BR-AG-C-7-10
  • BR-AG-CD-1-144: BR-AG-C-7-09
  • BR-AG-CD-1-145: BR-AG-C-7-08
  • BR-AG-CD-1-146: BR-AG-C-7-07
  • BR-AG-CD-1-147: BR-AG-C-7-06
  • BR-AG-CD-1-148: BR-AG-C-7-05
  • BR-AG-CD-1-149: BR-AG-C-7-04
  • BR-AG-CD-1-150: BR-AG-C-7-03
  • BR-AG-CD-1-151: BR-AG-C-7-02
  • BR-AG-CD-1-152: BR-AG-C-7-01
BR-AG-CD-2: photo index
  • BR-AG-CD-2-1: BR-AG-C-13-23
  • BR-AG-CD-2-2: BR-AG-C-13-22
  • BR-AG-CD-2-3: BR-AG-C-13-21
  • BR-AG-CD-2-4: BR-AG-C-13-20
  • BR-AG-CD-2-5: BR-AG-C-13-19
  • BR-AG-CD-2-6: BR-AG-C-13-18
  • BR-AG-CD-2-7: BR-AG-C-13-17
  • BR-AG-CD-2-8: BR-AG-C-13-16
  • BR-AG-CD-2-9: BR-AG-C-13-15
  • BR-AG-CD-2-10: BR-AG-C-13-14
  • BR-AG-CD-2-11: BR-AG-C-13-13
  • BR-AG-CD-2-12: BR-AG-C-13-12
  • BR-AG-CD-2-13: BR-AG-C-13-11
  • BR-AG-CD-2-14: BR-AG-C-13-10
  • BR-AG-CD-2-15: BR-AG-C-13-09
  • BR-AG-CD-2-16: BR-AG-C-13-08
  • BR-AG-CD-2-17: BR-AG-C-13-07
  • BR-AG-CD-2-18: BR-AG-C-13-06
  • BR-AG-CD-2-19: BR-AG-C-13-05
  • BR-AG-CD-2-20: BR-AG-C-13-04
  • BR-AG-CD-2-21: BR-AG-C-13-03
  • BR-AG-CD-2-22: BR-AG-C-13-02
  • BR-AG-CD-2-23: BR-AG-C-13-01
  • BR-AG-CD-2-24: BR-AG-C-12-25
  • BR-AG-CD-2-25: BR-AG-C-12-24
  • BR-AG-CD-2-26: BR-AG-C-12-23
  • BR-AG-CD-2-27: BR-AG-C-12-22
  • BR-AG-CD-2-28: BR-AG-C-12-21
  • BR-AG-CD-2-29: BR-AG-C-12-20
  • BR-AG-CD-2-30: BR-AG-C-12-19
  • BR-AG-CD-2-31: BR-AG-C-12-18
  • BR-AG-CD-2-32: BR-AG-C-12-17
  • BR-AG-CD-2-33: BR-AG-C-12-16
  • BR-AG-CD-2-34: BR-AG-C-12-15
  • BR-AG-CD-2-35: BR-AG-C-12-14
  • BR-AG-CD-2-36: BR-AG-C-12-12
  • BR-AG-CD-2-37: BR-AG-C-12-11
  • BR-AG-CD-2-38: BR-AG-C-12-10
  • BR-AG-CD-2-39: BR-AG-C-12-09
  • BR-AG-CD-2-40: BR-AG-C-12-08
  • BR-AG-CD-2-41: BR-AG-C-12-07
  • BR-AG-CD-2-42: BR-AG-C-12-06
  • BR-AG-CD-2-43: BR-AG-C-12-05
  • BR-AG-CD-2-44: BR-AG-C-12-04
  • BR-AG-CD-2-45: BR-AG-C-12-03
  • BR-AG-CD-2-46: BR-AG-C-12-02
  • BR-AG-CD-2-47: BR-AG-C-12-01
  • BR-AG-CD-2-48: BR-AG-C-12-13
  • BR-AG-CD-2-49: BR-AG-C-11-25
  • BR-AG-CD-2-50: BR-AG-C-11-24
  • BR-AG-CD-2-51: BR-AG-C-11-23
  • BR-AG-CD-2-52: BR-AG-C-11-22
  • BR-AG-CD-2-53: BR-AG-C-11-21
  • BR-AG-CD-2-54: BR-AG-C-11-20
  • BR-AG-CD-2-55: BR-AG-C-11-19
  • BR-AG-CD-2-56: BR-AG-C-11-18
  • BR-AG-CD-2-57: BR-AG-C-11-17
  • BR-AG-CD-2-58: BR-AG-C-11-16
  • BR-AG-CD-2-59: BR-AG-C-11-15
  • BR-AG-CD-2-60: BR-AG-C-11-14
  • BR-AG-CD-2-61: BR-AG-C-11-13
  • BR-AG-CD-2-62: BR-AG-C-11-12
  • BR-AG-CD-2-63: BR-AG-C-11-11
  • BR-AG-CD-2-64: BR-AG-C-11-10
  • BR-AG-CD-2-65: BR-AG-C-11-09
  • BR-AG-CD-2-66: BR-AG-C-11-08
  • BR-AG-CD-2-67: BR-AG-C-11-07
  • BR-AG-CD-2-68: BR-AG-C-11-06
  • BR-AG-CD-2-69: BR-AG-C-11-05
  • BR-AG-CD-2-70: BR-AG-C-11-04
  • BR-AG-CD-2-71: [No image]
  • BR-AG-CD-2-72: BR-AG-C-8-25
  • BR-AG-CD-2-73: BR-AG-C-8-24
  • BR-AG-CD-2-74: BR-AG-C-8-23
  • BR-AG-CD-2-75: BR-AG-C-8-22
  • BR-AG-CD-2-76: BR-AG-C-8-21
  • BR-AG-CD-2-77: BR-AG-C-8-20
  • BR-AG-CD-2-78: BR-AG-C-8-19
  • BR-AG-CD-2-79: BR-AG-C-8-18
  • BR-AG-CD-2-80: BR-AG-C-8-17
  • BR-AG-CD-2-81: BR-AG-C-8-16
  • BR-AG-CD-2-82: BR-AG-C-8-15
  • BR-AG-CD-2-83: BR-AG-C-8-14
  • BR-AG-CD-2-84: BR-AG-C-8-13
  • BR-AG-CD-2-85: BR-AG-C-8-12
  • BR-AG-CD-2-86: BR-AG-C-8-11
  • BR-AG-CD-2-87: BR-AG-C-8-10
  • BR-AG-CD-2-88: BR-AG-C-8-09
  • BR-AG-CD-2-89: BR-AG-C-8-08
  • BR-AG-CD-2-90: BR-AG-C-8-07
  • BR-AG-CD-2-91: BR-AG-C-8-06
  • BR-AG-CD-2-92: BR-AG-C-8-05
  • BR-AG-CD-2-93: BR-AG-C-8-04
  • BR-AG-CD-2-94: BR-AG-C-8-03
  • BR-AG-CD-2-95: BR-AG-C-8-02
  • BR-AG-CD-2-96: BR-AG-C-8-01
  • BR-AG-CD-2-97: BR-AG-C-9-01
  • BR-AG-CD-2-98: BR-AG-C-9-02
  • BR-AG-CD-2-99: BR-AG-C-9-03
  • BR-AG-CD-2-100: BR-AG-C-9-04
  • BR-AG-CD-2-101: BR-AG-C-9-05
  • BR-AG-CD-2-102: BR-AG-C-9-06
  • BR-AG-CD-2-103: BR-AG-C-9-07
  • BR-AG-CD-2-104: BR-AG-C-9-08
  • BR-AG-CD-2-105: BR-AG-C-9-09
  • BR-AG-CD-2-106: BR-AG-C-9-10
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BR-AG-CD-5: Digital photos
1 4 Haueter, Sally - COLOR PRINT PHOTO LOGS
BR-SH-C-1: photo log
  • BR-SH-C-1: 1: Fern Pope quilting at the Garden City, LDS (Utah)
  • BR-SH-C-1: 2: Quilters, LDS, Garden City, Utah
  • BR-SH-C-1: 3: Marie Weston and Anita Weston holding up a pieced quilt. This quilt will be given to Church welfare
  • BR-SH-C-1: 4: Andrea Graham and ladies from the Garden City area
  • BR-SH-C-1: 5: Various ladies from the Garden City, Utah area, quilting
  • BR-SH-C-1: 6: Various ladies from the Garden City, Utah area, rolling the quilt, getting it ready for the next row of stitches
  • BR-SH-C-1: 7: Various ladies from the Garden City, Utah area, rolling the quilt, getting it ready for the next row of stitches
  • BR-SH-C-1: 8: Laughing ladies; they are tying this baby quilt upside down
  • BR-SH-C-1: 9: Fern Pope at the library; she is checking the library books back in
  • BR-SH-C-1: 10: A spring field at Sage Junction (Utah), turning south toward Randolph, Utah. This is the east side of the road
  • BR-SH-C-1: 11: Barn located along Highway 39 on the east side of road
  • BR-SH-C-1: 12: Barn and fields located along Highway 39 on the east side of road, from a distance
  • BR-SH-C-1: 13: Close-up of barn located on Highway 39 on the east side of road, close-up
  • BR-SH-C-1: 14: Old house and barns en route to Randolph from Sage Junction (Utah). Located on the west side of the road.
  • BR-SH-C-1: 15: Red house with outhouse located in the back yard; outside Woodruff, Utah, en route to Evanston, WY
  • BR-SH-C-1: 16: Canal running along highway between Randolph, Utah and Evanston, Wyoming
  • BR-SH-C-1: 17: Deseret Land and Livestock Ranch sign. This sign hangs on the west side of the road en route from Woodruff to Evanston. It is the last ranch sign before you cross over into Wyoming
  • BR-SH-C-1: 23: Dead Animal heads and wagon wheel sitting along the staircase to the front door of Brett and LouJean Argyles home
  • BR-SH-C-1: 24: Road sign to the Woodruff Rodeo - the largest sign in Woodruff, Utah, and the only one advertising anything
  • BR-SH-C-1: 25: Concession stand - these folks were going to buy hamburgers and hot dogs at the Woodruff Rodeo
BR-SH-C-2: photo log
  • BR-SH-C-2: 1-25: Woodruff Homecoming, July 3, 2001(Utah)
  • BR-SH-C-2: 1: Snow cone booth and candy stand
  • BR-SH-C-2: 2-4: Cowboys waiting to ride
  • BR-SH-C-2: 5: Cowboys roping from a palomino horse
  • BR-SH-C-2: 6: Little boy in the black hat watching the rodeo
  • BR-SH-C-2: 7: Parking lot, trucks, dust
  • BR-SH-C-2: 8: Team ropers; calf tied and laying on the ground
  • BR-SH-C-2: 9: 2nd set of team ropers with calf laying on the ground
  • BR-SH-C-2: 10: Bringing the calves in: "roundup"
  • BR-SH-C-2: 11: The shoots and the men running them
  • BR-SH-C-2: 12: Little boys watching the shoots
  • BR-SH-C-2: 13: Young lady preparing to rope
  • BR-SH-C-2: 14: Young lady in the box, calf in the shoot, preparing to rope
  • BR-SH-C-2: 15: Roundup
  • BR-SH-C-2: 16: "In the bird's nest" (the announcer booth)
  • BR-SH-C-2: 17: Spectators and the stands
  • BR-SH-C-2: 18: Defeated roper, in arena by announcer's booth
  • BR-SH-C-2: 19: Young man on black and white paint horse roping calf
  • BR-SH-C-2: 20: Tack compartment on a trailer, saddles, bridles, spurs, brushes
  • BR-SH-C-2: 21: Team ropers; matching denim shirts, pants and horses. Calf is black and hard to see
  • BR-SH-C-2: 22: Team ropers, calf and horses
  • BR-SH-C-2: 23: Team ropers with the calf half roped
  • BR-SH-C-2: 24: Three cowboys sitting in the arena: (from left to right) one on a palomino horse, one on a buckskin, and the last on a bay
  • BR-SH-C-2: 25: Team ropers; the heeler missed
BR-SH-C-3: photo log
  • BR-SH-C-3: 1: Yard art - wagon wheels, wagons, tractors, and tractor parts. Randolph - Woodruff, Utah
  • BR-SH-C-3: 2: Yard art; Randolph - Woodruff, Utah
  • BR-SH-C-3: 3: Front porch, manure spreader; lucky horseshoe hanging from the awning; Randolph - Woodruff, Utah
  • BR-SH-C-3: 4: Bird house at Bob Vosler's; Randolph - Woodruff, Utah
  • BR-SH-C-3: 5: Privy behind Bob Vosler's house
  • BR-SH-C-3: 6: Privy behind Bob Vosler's house with the door open; most likely a PWA built in the 1940s house; Randolph - Woodruff, Utah
  • BR-SH-C-3: 7: The privy behind Bob Vosler's house and the backside of his home. The Crawford mountains in the background
  • BR-SH-C-3: 8: Bird houses along the fence posts behind Bob Vosler's house. There is a bird house on every third post, built by Bob Vosler
  • BR-SH-C-3: 9: Metal deer in front of the clothes line at Bob Vosler's house
  • BR-SH-C-3: 10: Welcome post bird house in front of Bob Vosler's home
  • BR-SH-C-3: 11: Horse and man metal cutouts in front of Ruby Wilson's house in Randolph, Utah
  • BR-SH-C-3: 12: Wagon wheel, wishing well and antlers on side of Ruby Wilson's house in Randolph, Utah
  • BR-SH-C-3: 13: Yard art - three bears, the family of ducks, the squirrel and chipmunk; Ruby Wilson's house in Randolph, Utah
  • BR-SH-C-3: 14: Ruby Wilson's house in Randolph, Utah; metal butterfly yard ornament
  • BR-SH-C-3: 15: Wheelbarrow flowerbed; Ruby Wilson's house, Randolph, Utah
  • BR-SH-C-3: 16: Barbed wire art in the Gator fast food restaurant in Randolph, Utah
  • BR-SH-C-3: 17: Photo of the Woodruff Homecoming poster
  • BR-SH-C-3: 18: Roy Jackson's home in Randolph, Utah. Wagon wheel fence, antler decorations, team harness hanging from entrance gate; east facing view
  • BR-SH-C-3: 19: Roy Jackson's home in Randolph, Utah. Wagon wheel fence, antler decorations, team harness hanging from entrance gate; west facing view
  • BR-SH-C-3: 20: Windmill outside summer home on Church Street in Randolph, Utah
  • BR-SH-C-3: 21: AnnaMae and John Cornia home in Randolph, Utah. Butterflies on the side of house.
  • BR-SH-C-3: 22: AnnaMae and John Cornia home in Randolph, Utah. Butterflies on the side of the garage and the family name post (metal cutout of a horse drawn carriage)
  • BR-SH-C-3: 23: Claudia Winder home in Randolph, Utah. Yard art - wood cutouts of little boy peeing and little girl covering her eyes, many cats and dogs, and a girl swinging from the tree. Various bird houses hanging from the pine tree.
  • BR-SH-C-3: 24: Claudia Winder home in Randolph, Utah. Yard art - wooden butterflies hanging on front fence, another set of wood cutout of the little boy peeing and little girl covering her eyes.
  • BR-SH-C-3: 25: Claudia Winder home in Randolph, Utah. West facing view. Yard art - "Garden of Weedin'" sign, swan wood cutout, lady bending over in the flowerbed, wooden girl tipped over and laying on the front lawn just off the sidewalk. Wooden cutout of a bear on the porch holding a "welcome" sign.
BR-SH-C-4: photo log
  • BR-SH-C-4: 1: Elk antlers on the side of the barn. An old green fridge beside the red shed. Jane Jacobsen's home in Randolph, Utah
  • BR-SH-C-4: 2: Assortment of birdhouses in twigs and a well pump. George and Ila Groll, Randolph, Utah
  • BR-SH-C-4: 3: Wooden birdhouses along the fence posts. Blue flower windmill in the flowerbed. George and Ila Groll, Randolph, Utah
  • BR-SH-C-4: 4: Good luck horseshoes around the garage doors. George and Ila Groll, Randolph, Utah
  • BR-SH-C-4: 5: Windmills in flowerbed. Little plastic buck deer and a duck bird feeder; Sydnee Kennedy's home in Randolph, Utah
  • BR-SH-C-4: 6: Wooden birdhouses in the flowerbed, red wood fence; Sydnee Kennedy's home in Randolph, Utah
  • BR-SH-C-4: 7: Metal cutouts of little girl and a cat, little boy running with a dog, bird feeder; Jaine and Marty Sorochuk's home
  • BR-SH-C-4: 8: Outhouse/privy behind Sheldon Wilson's rental in Randolph, Utah; located beside the Chevy dump truck
  • BR-SH-C-4: 9: Backside of Sheldon Wilson's privy in Randolph, Utah
  • BR-SH-C-4: 10: Front side of Sheldon Wilson's privy in Randolph, Utah
  • BR-SH-C-4: 11: Cow lawn sprinkler and the well pump in front of Rita Weston's in Randolph, Utah
  • BR-SH-C-4: 12: Wooden bird houses, wheelbarrow flower bed, wind chimes, American flags and the barrel, in front of LouDawn Hoffman's house; Randolph, Utah
  • BR-SH-C-4: 13: Outhouse/privy with updated door; antlers on the gate, harness on the shed; LouDawn Hoffman's house in Randolph, Utah
  • BR-SH-C-4: 14: Mark Satterthwaite's shed in Randolph, Utah; cow head on the shed and on fence post
  • BR-SH-C-4: 15: Privy in Mark Satterthwaite's backyard, backside of swing set; Randolph, Utah
  • BR-SH-C-4: 16: Wooden birdhouse in Mark Satterthwaite's backyard; Randolph, Utah
  • BR-SH-C-4: 17: Kent Watcott's privy; Randolph, Utah
  • BR-SH-C-4: 18: Old rusting tractor in front of the fence; Randolph, Utah
  • BR-SH-C-4: 19: Curtis and Elaine Batty's outhouse/privy; Randolph, Utah
  • BR-SH-C-4: 20: Curtis and Elaine Batty's outhouse/privy; Randolph, Utah
  • BR-SH-C-4: 21: Troll, deer, owls and the village water fountain lawn art in front of Curtis and Elaine Batty's; Randolph, Utah
  • BR-SH-C-4: 22: Batty brand on the gate; butterflies on the house and the little donkey pulling the wagon; Randolph, Utah
  • BR-SH-C-4: 23: Woodruff Homecoming celebration dinner
  • BR-SH-C-4: 24: Standing in line for the dinner at the Woodruff homecoming celebration dinner (Utah)
  • BR-SH-C-4: 25: The colors and the scout booth at the Woodruff Homecoming celebration (Utah)
BR-SH-C-5: photo log
  • BR-SH-C-5: 1-12: PHOTOS MISSING
  • BR-SH-C-5: 13: Clayton Robinson crocheting on Elgie's piece; he is demonstrating how to use the black hole on his left pinky finger
  • BR-SH-C-5: 14: Elgie Robinson showing off some of her decal table runners.
  • BR-SH-C-5: 15: The display of fair ribbons and the pieces that won them. Mittens, hats, baby coats, baby booties, afghans, baby blankets; made by Clayton Robinson
  • BR-SH-C-5: 16: Pink knit baby booties; underneath the booties is a knit blue baby blanket; made by Clayton Robinson
  • BR-SH-C-5: 17: Multicolored knit baby coat; made by Clayton Robinson
  • BR-SH-C-5: 18: Variety of knit hats and scarves
  • BR-SH-C-5: 19: Clayton Robinson knitting, straight view
  • BR-SH-C-5: 20: Clayton Robinson knitting, over-head view
  • BR-SH-C-5: 21: Clayton and Elgie Robinson sitting with some of their pieces; Elgie and her last two quilts; Clayton with a couple of his afghans
  • BR-SH-C-5: 22: Clayton and Elgie Robinson sitting with some of their pieces; Elgie and her last two quilts; Clayton with a couple of his afghans
  • BR-SH-C-5: 23: Farm shot; Round Valley from the south-east road
  • BR-SH-C-5: 24: Hay bailed and down in the fields of Round Valley
BR-SH-C-6: photo log
  • BR-SH-C-6: 1: Historical marker in Laketown, Utah; population and brief history of Laketown is mentioned in the sign
  • BR-SH-C-6: 2: Hay lift located in the field on the northeast side of Highway 30 in a field in Laketown, Utah
  • BR-SH-C-6: 3: Baptismal pond located on the north side of the road while traveling along 800 North in Laketown, Utah
  • BR-SH-C-6: 4: Man with oxen during the Rich County Fair, 2001; man and oxen from Salt Lake City, Utah
  • BR-SH-C-6: 5: Rich County Fair parade; floats and riding club (Utah)
  • BR-SH-C-6: 6: Rodeo Queens from Rich County (Utah)
  • BR-SH-C-6: 7: Rich County cheerleaders (Utah)
  • BR-SH-C-6: 8: 4-H Beef Auction, Rich County Fair 2001 (Utah)
  • BR-SH-C-6: 9: Audience at the 4-H Auction, Rich County Fair 2001 (Utah)
  • BR-SH-C-6: 10: 4-H pig auction, Rich County Fair 2001 (Utah)
  • BR-SH-C-6: 11: Fern Pope's front room and her quilts, latch hook, rugs, crocheting and dolls on display
  • BR-SH-C-6: 12: The rug on the left is made with a large crochet hook and the one on the right is made from scraps of double knit material
  • BR-SH-C-6: 13: Multicolored baby afghan, made by Fern Pope
  • BR-SH-C-6: 14: Indian doll with crocheted dress made by Fern Pope
  • BR-SH-C-6: 15: Afghan crocheted and cross-stitched by Fern Pope (MISSING)
  • BR-SH-C-6: 16: Maroon, blue and raspberry print block quilt constructed by Fern Pope
  • BR-SH-C-6: 17: Multicolored rug made from squared of double stitched material, with a non-slip material sewn on the back
  • BR-SH-C-6: 18: Hand stitched quilt made by Dorothy Gray in Randolph, Utah, using the same pattern (rose) her mother used
  • BR-SH-C-6: 19: Three baby quilts: blue ducks, pink bears, yellow back with multi-colored hearts; made for her great-grandchildren
  • BR-SH-C-6: 20: Baby quilts, smaller version of the larger rose pattern quilts, made by Dorothy Gray
  • BR-SH-C-6: 21: Baby quilt (lamb with butterfly), sunshine rays out to edges
  • BR-SH-C-6: 22: LouJean and Chealsey are sitting in the boot shop (Argyle's)
  • BR-SH-C-6: 23: Saddles being repaired by Bret of Bret Argyle's boot and saddle shop; boots in the background are also waiting to be repaired
  • BR-SH-C-6: 24: General picture of Argyle's boot and saddle shop, Randolph, Utah; Rich County
  • BR-SH-C-6: 25: Bret Argyle and his oldest daughter in shop (picture taken from the entrance)
BR-SH-C-7: photo log
  • BR-SH-C-7: 0: Overview of Donna Cornia's garden in Randolph, Utah
  • BR-SH-C-7: 1: Raspberry bushes and the backside of the Cornia home
  • BR-SH-C-7: 2: The ditch where Donna Cornia puts random plants to avoid wasting water
  • BR-SH-C-7: 3: Donna Cornia's potatoes, and green trees
  • BR-SH-C-7: 4: Chives and Hollyhocks growing along dog kennel; rhubarb plant on the left
  • BR-SH-C-7: 5: Tomatoes in water wells to withstand wind and cold weather
  • BR-SH-C-7: 6: Corn
  • BR-SH-C-7: 7: Radish flowers; used as hummingbird feed
  • BR-SH-C-7: 8: AnnaMae and John Cornia's outhouse in their backyard; front view
  • BR-SH-C-7: 9: AnnaMae and John Cornia's outhouse in their backyard; side view
  • BR-SH-C-7: 10: Visitor's Center; Randolph, Utah
  • BR-SH-C-7: 11: Nathell Hoffman telling visitors about the log home
  • BR-SH-C-7: 12: Birdhouse made of tree bark; in front of Nathell Hoffman's home in Randolph, Utah
  • BR-SH-C-7: 13: Wishing well in Nathell Hoffman's front yard
  • BR-SH-C-7: 14: Wagon wheel in Nathell Hoffman's front yard, Randolph, Utah; notice the bird bath and tree limb for birds to perch on outside the window
  • BR-SH-C-7: 15: Tomatoes in milk jugs filled with water and placed around the tub to retain heat; plastic is pulled over the top of the tomatoes to keep the heat in at night
  • BR-SH-C-7: 16: Nathell's garden; the pipe and plastic to cover the plants at night to keep them from freezing (MISSING)
  • BR-SH-C-7: 17: Nathell's PWA - outhouse used to sit just out the back door of the main house; built during the 1930s by Roosevelt's Works Progress Administration; Nathell remembers it being built
  • BR-SH-C-7: 18: A side profile of the Hoffman outhouse
  • BR-SH-C-7: 19: Wagon and sign from the restaurant they used to own in town
  • BR-SH-C-7: 20: House in Woodruff, Utah
  • BR-SH-C-7: 21: Close up of outhouse, older style of privy; seat and stand are made of wood, along with the rest of the outhouse; no stink pipe
  • BR-SH-C-7: 22: Inside of the outhouse; old newspapers lining the walls
  • BR-SH-C-7: 23: Outhouse located along side of the road in Woodruff, Utah; still used today; built in the 1930s as part of the WPA
  • BR-SH-C-7: 24: Inside of outhouse located along side the road in Woodruff, Utah; built as part of the WPA, still used today
BR-SH-C-8: photo log
  • BR-SH-C-8: 1: Bear Lake shoreline with people collecting rocks
  • BR-SH-C-8: 2: Bear Lake East Side wooden sign, located in Laketown, Utah
  • BR-SH-C-8: 3: Lakeshore Drive In; "Famous Raspberry Shakes" sign written on side of building
  • BR-SH-C-8: 4-6: Fishing at the State Park Marina, Bear Lake
  • BR-SH-C-8: 7: Anne Haueter with mackinaw fish caught that morning at the State Park Marina, Bear Lake
  • BR-SH-C-8: 8: Hylton Haueter, Anne Haueter, A. Ray Elliott, Bruce Elliott looking at the catch of the day
  • BR-SH-C-8: 9: Hylton Haueter holding the little fish that Ray caught
  • BR-SH-C-8: 10: Hylton Haueter holding the fish he caught (MISSING)
  • BR-SH-C-8: 11: Hylton and Anne Haueter and mackinaw fish from Bear Lake
  • BR-SH-C-8: 12: Hylton and Anne Haueter and Bruce Elliott in Motor Lodge parking lot holding fish
  • BR-SH-C-8: 13: Hylton and Anne Haueter, Bruce Elliott and Ray Elliott in Motor Lodge parking lot holding fish
  • BR-SH-C-8: 14: Hylton and Anne Haueter, Bruce Elliott and Ray Elliott in Motor Lodge parking lot holding fish
  • BR-SH-C-8: 15: Anne Haueter and fish
  • BR-SH-C-8: 16: Anne with fish
  • BR-SH-C-8: 17: Anne Haueter holding the fish with two fingers
  • BR-SH-C-8: 18: Anne Haueter holding fish; her legs are 34" long
  • BR-SH-C-8: 19: Canal system in Pickleville (Utah) area, Ideal Beach is in the background
  • BR-SH-C-8: 20: Head gates of the canal system
  • BR-SH-C-8: 21: Rockin' Bear Ranch; metal artwork gate
  • BR-SH-C-8: 22: Corrals across the street from Ideal Beach in Pickleville, Utah
  • BR-SH-C-8: 23: American flag made in Ideal Resort's fence in Pickleville, UT
  • BR-SH-C-8: 24: Ideal Beach Resort front office
BR-SH-C-9: photo log
  • BR-SH-C-9: 1: Pickleville Playhouse sign and side of the building
  • BR-SH-C-9: 2: Pickleville Playhouse front of building
  • BR-SH-C-9: 3: Garage in Garden City, Utah with cow skull
  • BR-SH-C-9: 4: Hodges homestead in Garden City, Utah; original homestead of the Hodge family
  • BR-SH-C-9: 5: Skulls on the shed behind Jay Hodge's house in Garden City, UT
  • BR-SH-C-9: 6: Stringham family home and business
  • BR-SH-C-9: 7: El Rancho Costa Plenty sign on Bear Lake Blvd. in Garden City, Utah; typical name for beachfront property and homes along the shoreline
  • BR-SH-C-9: 8: Old farm equipment in the front of beach cabins; located on Bear Lake Blvd. in Garden City, Utah; lake-side of the road
  • BR-SH-C-9: 9: Tree stump that has been carved into a Native American head; located along Bear Lake Blvd. on the lake side in Garden City, Utah
  • BR-SH-C-9: 10: Bear Lake Realty sign in Garden City, Utah
  • BR-SH-C-9: 11: La Beau's Drive-in, Garden City, Utah
  • BR-SH-C-9: 12: Pugstone's Sporting good store, Garden City, Utah
  • BR-SH-C-9: 13: Bear Lake and Garden City from Highway 89, exiting Logan Canyon (fuzzy photo)
  • BR-SH-C-9: 14: Bear Lake and Garden City from Highway 89 exiting Logan Canyon (clear photo)
  • BR-SH-C-9: 15: Garden City, Utah and Bear Lake from Highway 89 heading out of town
BR-SH-C-10: photo log
  • BR-SH-C-10: 1: Logan Canyon (Utah)
  • BR-SH-C-10: 2: Fisherman in the Logan River, up Logan Canyon (Utah)
  • BR-SH-C-10: 3: Fisherman in the Logan River, up Logan Canyon (Utah)
  • BR-SH-C-10: 4: Man and his three sons fishing Logan River (Utah)
  • BR-SH-C-10: 5: Man and his three sons catching a fish
  • BR-SH-C-10: 6-7: Two men fishing side by side up Logan River (Utah)
  • BR-SH-C-10: 8-9: Bear Lake from the overlook exiting Logan Canyon
  • BR-SH-C-10: 10-11: Cemetery sign in Garden City, Utah
  • BR-SH-C-10: 12: Cemetery and the overlook of Bear Lake in Garden City, Utah
  • BR-SH-C-10: 13: Heber C. Kimball's grave marker in Garden City Cemetery
  • BR-SH-C-10: 14: Back side of the grave marker listing children's names of the Leslie and Beatrice Kimball family
  • BR-SH-C-10: 15: Front side of the Leslie and Beatrice Kimball grave marker
  • BR-SH-C-10: 16: Fallen grave marker
  • BR-SH-C-10: 17: Entrance side of the Logan Canyon welcome sign
  • BR-SH-C-10: 18: Exit side of the Logan Canyon welcome sign
  • BR-SH-C-10: 19: Price's raspberry field on the south side of Highway 89 as you enter Garden City, Utah
  • BR-SH-C-10: 20: Billboard for Pickleville Playhouse, located on north side of Highway 89 as you enter Garden City, Utah
  • BR-SH-C-10: 21: Welcome Berries at the Price Berry Farm shed
  • BR-SH-C-10: 22: Price Bear Lake Farm building
  • BR-SH-C-10: 23: Quick and Tastee Drive-in building; notice the famous raspberry shake signs
  • BR-SH-C-10: 24: One of the original cabins from Ideal Beach; now a playhouse for Marie Weston's grandchildren and sits in her yard
  • BR-SH-C-10: 25: Bikers along the side of the Lake
1 5 Haueter, Sally - CD PHOTO INDICES
BR-SH-CD-1: photo index
  • BR-SH-CD-1-1: BR-SH-C-2-23
  • BR-SH-CD-1-2: BR-SH-C-2-22
  • BR-SH-CD-1-3: BR-SH-C-2-21
  • BR-SH-CD-1-4: BR-SH-C-2-20
  • BR-SH-CD-1-5: BR-SH-C-2-19
  • BR-SH-CD-1-6: BR-SH-C-2-18
  • BR-SH-CD-1-7: BR-SH-C-2-17
  • BR-SH-CD-1-8: BR-SH-C-2-25
  • BR-SH-CD-1-9: BR-SH-C-2-24
  • BR-SH-CD-1-10: BR-SH-C-2-16
  • BR-SH-CD-1-11: BR-SH-C-2-15
  • BR-SH-CD-1-12: BR-SH-C-2-14
  • BR-SH-CD-1-13: BR-SH-C-2-13
  • BR-SH-CD-1-14: BR-SH-C-2-12
  • BR-SH-CD-1-15: BR-SH-C-2-11
  • BR-SH-CD-1-16: BR-SH-C-2-10
  • BR-SH-CD-1-17: BR-SH-C-2-09
  • BR-SH-CD-1-18: BR-SH-C-2-08
  • BR-SH-CD-1-19: BR-SH-C-2-07
  • BR-SH-CD-1-20: BR-SH-C-2-06
  • BR-SH-CD-1-21: BR-SH-C-2-05
  • BR-SH-CD-1-22: BR-SH-C-2-04
  • BR-SH-CD-1-23: BR-SH-C-2-03
  • BR-SH-CD-1-24: BR-SH-C-2-02
  • BR-SH-CD-1-25: BR-SH-C-2-01
  • BR-SH-CD-1-26: BR-SH-C-4-25
  • BR-SH-CD-1-27: BR-SH-C-4-24
  • BR-SH-CD-1-28: BR-SH-C-4-23
  • BR-SH-CD-1-29: BR-SH-C-4-22
  • BR-SH-CD-1-30: BR-SH-C-4-21
  • BR-SH-CD-1-31: BR-SH-C-4-20
  • BR-SH-CD-1-32: BR-SH-C-4-19
  • BR-SH-CD-1-33: BR-SH-C-4-18
  • BR-SH-CD-1-34: BR-SH-C-4-17
  • BR-SH-CD-1-35: BR-SH-C-4-16
  • BR-SH-CD-1-36: BR-SH-C-4-15
  • BR-SH-CD-1-37: BR-SH-C-4-14
  • BR-SH-CD-1-38: BR-SH-C-4-13
  • BR-SH-CD-1-39: BR-SH-C-4-12
  • BR-SH-CD-1-40: BR-SH-C-4-11
  • BR-SH-CD-1-41: BR-SH-C-4-10
  • BR-SH-CD-1-42: BR-SH-C-4-09
  • BR-SH-CD-1-43: BR-SH-C-4-08
  • BR-SH-CD-1-44: BR-SH-C-4-07
  • BR-SH-CD-1-45: BR-SH-C-4-06
  • BR-SH-CD-1-46: BR-SH-C-4-05
  • BR-SH-CD-1-47: BR-SH-C-4-04
  • BR-SH-CD-1-48: BR-SH-C-4-03
  • BR-SH-CD-1-49: BR-SH-C-4-02
  • BR-SH-CD-1-50: BR-SH-C-4-01
  • BR-SH-CD-1-51: BR-SH-C-3-25
  • BR-SH-CD-1-52: BR-SH-C-3-24
  • BR-SH-CD-1-53: BR-SH-C-3-23
  • BR-SH-CD-1-54: BR-SH-C-3-22
  • BR-SH-CD-1-55: BR-SH-C-3-21
  • BR-SH-CD-1-56: BR-SH-C-3-20
  • BR-SH-CD-1-57: BR-SH-C-3-19
  • BR-SH-CD-1-58: BR-SH-C-3-18
  • BR-SH-CD-1-59: BR-SH-C-3-17
  • BR-SH-CD-1-60: BR-SH-C-3-16
  • BR-SH-CD-1-61: BR-SH-C-3-15
  • BR-SH-CD-1-62: BR-SH-C-3-14
  • BR-SH-CD-1-63: BR-SH-C-3-13
  • BR-SH-CD-1-64: BR-SH-C-3-12
  • BR-SH-CD-1-65: BR-SH-C-3-11
  • BR-SH-CD-1-66: BR-SH-C-3-10
  • BR-SH-CD-1-67: BR-SH-C-3-09
  • BR-SH-CD-1-68: BR-SH-C-3-08
  • BR-SH-CD-1-69: BR-SH-C-3-07
  • BR-SH-CD-1-70: BR-SH-C-3-06
  • BR-SH-CD-1-71: BR-SH-C-3-05
  • BR-SH-CD-1-72: BR-SH-C-3-04
  • BR-SH-CD-1-73: BR-SH-C-3-03
  • BR-SH-CD-1-74: BR-SH-C-3-02
  • BR-SH-CD-1-75: BR-SH-C-3-01
  • BR-SH-CD-1-76: BR-SH-C-1-01
  • BR-SH-CD-1-77: BR-SH-C-1-02
  • BR-SH-CD-1-78: BR-SH-C-1-03
  • BR-SH-CD-1-79: BR-SH-C-1-04
  • BR-SH-CD-1-80: BR-SH-C-1-05
  • BR-SH-CD-1-81: BR-SH-C-1-06
  • BR-SH-CD-1-82: BR-SH-C-1-07
  • BR-SH-CD-1-83: BR-SH-C-1-08
  • BR-SH-CD-1-84: BR-SH-C-1-09
  • BR-SH-CD-1-85: BR-SH-C-1-10
  • BR-SH-CD-1-86: BR-SH-C-1-11
  • BR-SH-CD-1-87: BR-SH-C-1-12
  • BR-SH-CD-1-88: BR-SH-C-1-13
  • BR-SH-CD-1-89: BR-SH-C-1-14
  • BR-SH-CD-1-90: BR-SH-C-1-15
  • BR-SH-CD-1-91: BR-SH-C-1-16
  • BR-SH-CD-1-92: BR-SH-C-1-17
  • BR-SH-CD-1-93: BR-SH-C-1-18
  • BR-SH-CD-1-94: BR-SH-C-1-19
  • BR-SH-CD-1-95: BR-SH-C-1-20
  • BR-SH-CD-1-96: BR-SH-C-1-21
  • BR-SH-CD-1-97: BR-SH-C-1-22
  • BR-SH-CD-1-98: BR-SH-C-1-23
  • BR-SH-CD-1-99: BR-SH-C-1-24
  • BR-SH-CD-1-100: BR-SH-C-1-25
  • BR-SH-CD-1-101: BR-SH-C-5-23
  • BR-SH-CD-1-102: BR-SH-C-5-22
  • BR-SH-CD-1-103: BR-SH-C-5-21
  • BR-SH-CD-1-104: BR-SH-C-5-20
  • BR-SH-CD-1-105: BR-SH-C-5-19
  • BR-SH-CD-1-106: BR-SH-C-5-18
  • BR-SH-CD-1-107: BR-SH-C-5-17
  • BR-SH-CD-1-108: BR-SH-C-5-16
  • BR-SH-CD-1-109: BR-SH-C-5-15
  • BR-SH-CD-1-110: BR-SH-C-5-14
  • BR-SH-CD-1-111: BR-SH-C-5-13
  • BR-SH-CD-1-112: BR-SH-C-5-12
  • BR-SH-CD-1-113: BR-SH-C-5-11
  • BR-SH-CD-1-114: BR-SH-C-5-10
  • BR-SH-CD-1-115: BR-SH-C-5-09
  • BR-SH-CD-1-116: BR-SH-C-5-08
  • BR-SH-CD-1-117: BR-SH-C-5-07
  • BR-SH-CD-1-118: BR-SH-C-5-06
  • BR-SH-CD-1-119: BR-SH-C-5-05
  • BR-SH-CD-1-120: BR-SH-C-5-04
  • BR-SH-CD-1-121: BR-SH-C-5-3
  • BR-SH-CD-1-122: BR-SH-C-5-2
  • BR-SH-CD-1-123: BR-SH-C-5-01
  • BR-SH-CD-1-124: BR-SH-C-5-00
BR-SH-CD-2: photo index
  • BR-SH-CD-2-1: BR-SH-C-6-25
  • BR-SH-CD-2-2: BR-SH-C-6-24
  • BR-SH-CD-2-3: BR-SH-C-6-23
  • BR-SH-CD-2-4: BR-SH-C-6-22
  • BR-SH-CD-2-5: BR-SH-C-6-21
  • BR-SH-CD-2-6: BR-SH-C-6-20
  • BR-SH-CD-2-7: BR-SH-C-6-19
  • BR-SH-CD-2-8: BR-SH-C-6-18
  • BR-SH-CD-2-9: BR-SH-C-6-17
  • BR-SH-CD-2-10: BR-SH-C-6-16
  • BR-SH-CD-2-11: BR-SH-C-6-15
  • BR-SH-CD-2-12: BR-SH-C-6-14
  • BR-SH-CD-2-13: BR-SH-C-6-13
  • BR-SH-CD-2-14: BR-SH-C-6-12
  • BR-SH-CD-2-15: BR-SH-C-6-11
  • BR-SH-CD-2-16: BR-SH-C-6-10
  • BR-SH-CD-2-17: BR-SH-C-6-09
  • BR-SH-CD-2-18: BR-SH-C-6-08
  • BR-SH-CD-2-19: BR-SH-C-6-07
  • BR-SH-CD-2-20: BR-SH-C-6-06
  • BR-SH-CD-2-21: BR-SH-C-6-05
  • BR-SH-CD-2-22: BR-SH-C-6-04
  • BR-SH-CD-2-23: BR-SH-C-6-03
  • BR-SH-CD-2-24: BR-SH-C-6-02
  • BR-SH-CD-2-25: BR-SH-C-6-01
  • BR-SH-CD-2-26: BR-SH-C-7-24
  • BR-SH-CD-2-27: BR-SH-C-7-23
  • BR-SH-CD-2-28: BR-SH-C-7-22
  • BR-SH-CD-2-29: BR-SH-C-7-21
  • BR-SH-CD-2-30: BR-SH-C-7-20
  • BR-SH-CD-2-31: BR-SH-C-7-19
  • BR-SH-CD-2-32: BR-SH-C-7-18
  • BR-SH-CD-2-33: BR-SH-C-7-17
  • BR-SH-CD-2-34: BR-SH-C-7-16
  • BR-SH-CD-2-35: BR-SH-C-7-15
  • BR-SH-CD-2-36: BR-SH-C-7-14
  • BR-SH-CD-2-37: BR-SH-C-7-13
  • BR-SH-CD-2-38: BR-SH-C-7-12
  • BR-SH-CD-2-39: BR-SH-C-7-11
  • BR-SH-CD-2-40: BR-SH-C-7-10
  • BR-SH-CD-2-41: BR-SH-C-7-09
  • BR-SH-CD-2-42: BR-SH-C-7-08
  • BR-SH-CD-2-43: BR-SH-C-7-07
  • BR-SH-CD-2-44: BR-SH-C-7-06
  • BR-SH-CD-2-45: BR-SH-C-7-05
  • BR-SH-CD-2-46: BR-SH-C-7-04
  • BR-SH-CD-2-47: BR-SH-C-7-03
  • BR-SH-CD-2-48: BR-SH-C-7-02
  • BR-SH-CD-2-49: BR-SH-C-7-01
  • BR-SH-CD-2-50: BR-SH-C-7-00
BR-SH-CD-3: photo index
  • BR-SH-CD-3-1: BR-SH-C-10-25
  • BR-SH-CD-3-2: BR-SH-C-10-24
  • BR-SH-CD-3-3: BR-SH-C-10-23
  • BR-SH-CD-3-4: BR-SH-C-10-22
  • BR-SH-CD-3-5: BR-SH-C-10-21
  • BR-SH-CD-3-6: BR-SH-C-10-20
  • BR-SH-CD-3-7: BR-SH-C-10-19
  • BR-SH-CD-3-8: BR-SH-C-10-18
  • BR-SH-CD-3-9: BR-SH-C-10-17
  • BR-SH-CD-3-10: BR-SH-C-10-16
  • BR-SH-CD-3-11: BR-SH-C-10-15
  • BR-SH-CD-3-12: BR-SH-C-10-14
  • BR-SH-CD-3-13: BR-SH-C-10-13
  • BR-SH-CD-3-14: BR-SH-C-10-12
  • BR-SH-CD-3-15: BR-SH-C-10-11
  • BR-SH-CD-3-16: BR-SH-C-10-10
  • BR-SH-CD-3-17: BR-SH-C-10-09
  • BR-SH-CD-3-18: BR-SH-C-10-08
  • BR-SH-CD-3-19: BR-SH-C-10-07
  • BR-SH-CD-3-20: BR-SH-C-10-06
  • BR-SH-CD-3-21: BR-SH-C-10-05
  • BR-SH-CD-3-22: BR-SH-C-10-04
  • BR-SH-CD-3-23: BR-SH-C-10-03
  • BR-SH-CD-3-24: BR-SH-C-10-02
  • BR-SH-CD-3-25: BR-SH-C-10-01
  • BR-SH-CD-3-26: BR-SH-C-9-15
  • BR-SH-CD-3-27: BR-SH-C-9-14
  • BR-SH-CD-3-28: BR-SH-C-9-13
  • BR-SH-CD-3-29: BR-SH-C-9-12
  • BR-SH-CD-3-30: BR-SH-C-9-11
  • BR-SH-CD-3-31: BR-SH-C-9-10
  • BR-SH-CD-3-32: BR-SH-C-9-09
  • BR-SH-CD-3-33: BR-SH-C-9-08
  • BR-SH-CD-3-34: BR-SH-C-9-07
  • BR-SH-CD-3-35: BR-SH-C-9-06
  • BR-SH-CD-3-36: BR-SH-C-9-05
  • BR-SH-CD-3-37: BR-SH-C-9-04
  • BR-SH-CD-3-38: BR-SH-C-9-03
  • BR-SH-CD-3-39: BR-SH-C-9-02
  • BR-SH-CD-3-40: BR-SH-C-9-01
  • BR-SH-CD-3-41: BR-SH-C-8-24
  • BR-SH-CD-3-42: BR-SH-C-8-23
  • BR-SH-CD-3-43: BR-SH-C-8-22
  • BR-SH-CD-3-44: BR-SH-C-8-21
  • BR-SH-CD-3-45: BR-SH-C-8-20
  • BR-SH-CD-3-46: BR-SH-C-8-19
  • BR-SH-CD-3-47: BR-SH-C-8-18
  • BR-SH-CD-3-48: BR-SH-C-8-17
  • BR-SH-CD-3-49: BR-SH-C-8-16
  • BR-SH-CD-3-50: BR-SH-C-8-15
  • BR-SH-CD-3-51: BR-SH-C-8-14
  • BR-SH-CD-3-52: BR-SH-C-8-13
  • BR-SH-CD-3-53: BR-SH-C-8-12
  • BR-SH-CD-3-54: BR-SH-C-8-11
  • BR-SH-CD-3-55: BR-SH-C-8-10
  • BR-SH-CD-3-56: BR-SH-C-8-09
  • BR-SH-CD-3-57: BR-SH-C-8-08
  • BR-SH-CD-3-58: BR-SH-C-8-07
  • BR-SH-CD-3-59: BR-SH-C-8-06
  • BR-SH-CD-3-60: BR-SH-C-8-05
  • BR-SH-CD-3-61: BR-SH-C-8-04
  • BR-SH-CD-3-62: BR-SH-C-8-03
  • BR-SH-CD-3-63: BR-SH-C-8-02
  • BR-SH-CD-3-64: BR-SH-C-8-01
  • BR-SH-CD-3-65: BR-SH-C-8-00
1 6 Parent, Robin
BR-RP-C-1: photo log
  • BR-RP-C-1: 0: The store front for the White Owl Bar (Logan, Utah)
  • BR-RP-C-1: 3: White Owl sign (Logan, Utah)
  • BR-RP-C-1: 4: White Owl door (Logan, Utah)
  • BR-RP-C-1: 5: Street photo of the White Owl (Logan, Utah)
  • BR-RP-C-1: 6: Inside the bar [White Owl], very dark (Logan, Utah) (MISSING)
  • BR-RP-C-1: 7: On the deck of the white owl (Logan, Utah) (MISSING)
  • BR-RP-C-1: 8: The back room in the White Owl (Logan, Utah) (MISSING)
  • BR-RP-C-1: 10: The pool hall in the White Owl (Logan, Utah)
  • BR-RP-C-1: 11: The front bar at the White Owl (Logan, Utah)
  • BR-RP-C-1: 12: Hyde Park Cemetery sign
  • BR-RP-C-1: 13: Hyde Park Cemetery, William Hyde memorial stone (Hyde Park, Utah)
  • BR-RP-C-1: 14: Back side of William Hyde memorial stone; dedication and wives (Hyde Park, Utah)
  • BR-RP-C-1: 15: William Hyde original headstone (Hyde Park, Utah)
  • BR-RP-C-1: 16: Hyde stone, Hyde Park Cemetery (Hyde Park, Utah)
  • BR-RP-C-1: 17: Overview of Hyde Park Cemetery (Hyde Park, Utah)
  • BR-RP-C-1: 18: Headstone of child in Hyde Park Cemetery (Hyde Park, Utah)
  • BR-RP-C-1: 19: Bench at Tremonton Heritage Days, complete with the family of Robin Parent (Tremonton, Utah)
  • BR-RP-C-1: 20-25: Tremonton Heritage Days, Tremonton, Utah
  • BR-RP-C-1: 20: Metal work by artist family from Franklin, Utah
  • BR-RP-C-1: 21: Metal work
  • BR-RP-C-1: 22: Metal work
  • BR-RP-C-1: 23: Woven bags
  • BR-RP-C-1: 24: Exquisite metal art by a local family
  • BR-RP-C-1: 25: Fountain work with metal
BR-RP-C-2: photo log
  • BR-RP-C-2: X: Chairs set out in waiting for the Cache Cruise In (Logan, UT)
  • BR-RP-C-2: 0: Blankets set out in waiting for the Cache Cruise In (Logan, UT)
  • BR-RP-C-2: 00: Blankets set out in waiting for the Cache Cruise In (Logan, UT)
  • BR-RP-C-2: 1: Cache Cruise In sign
  • BR-RP-C-2: 2-4: Cars dragging Main Street in Logan, Utah at Cache Cruise In
  • BR-RP-C-2: 5: Cars coming down street at Cache Cruise In (Logan, Utah)
  • BR-RP-C-2: 6: Farmers' Market sign (Logan, Utah)
  • BR-RP-C-2: 7: Bread stand at the Farmers' Market (Logan, Utah)
  • BR-RP-C-2: 8-10: Handmade garden stones, Farmers' Market (Logan, Utah)
  • BR-RP-C-2: 11-14: Marla Brindley Trowbridge and her harness stall at the Pioneer Day Festival (Logan, Utah)
  • BR-RP-C-2: 15: Marla Brindley working on a harness
  • BR-RP-C-2: 16-25: Logan, Utah Pioneer Day Parade
  • BR-RP-C-2: 16: Horse-drawn wagon
  • BR-RP-C-2: 17: Junior Miss car
  • BR-RP-C-2: 18: Questar truck
  • BR-RP-C-2: 19: Truck pulling Cache Community Band float
  • BR-RP-C-2: 20: Cache Community Band float
  • BR-RP-C-2: 21: Banner
  • BR-RP-C-2: 22: Dairy Princess float
  • BR-RP-C-2: 24: Man riding horse
  • BR-RP-C-2: 25: Old Logan City fire truck
BR-RP-C-3: photo log
  • BR-RP-C-3: X-1: Logan, Utah Pioneer Day Parade
  • BR-RP-C-3: X: Providence City float (MISSING)
  • BR-RP-C-3: 00: People waiting in the shade for the Pioneer Day parade
  • BR-RP-C-3: 0: Float
  • BR-RP-C-3: 1: Float
  • BR-RP-C-3: 2: Randy and Sally Wirth in front of the Straw Ibis Café (Logan, Utah)
  • BR-RP-C-3: 3-12: Marla Brindley Trowbridge's harness shop
  • BR-RP-C-3: 3: Marla Brindley Trowbridge's harness shop
  • BR-RP-C-3: 4: Boards, buckles and hardware
  • BR-RP-C-3: 5: Work table
  • BR-RP-C-3: 6: Tools
  • BR-RP-C-3: 7: Pile of harnesses
  • BR-RP-C-3: 8: Sewing machine
  • BR-RP-C-3: 9: Close-up of sewing machine (blurry)
  • BR-RP-C-3: 10: Shelf of harnesses
  • BR-RP-C-3: 11: Sign outside
  • BR-RP-C-3: 12: Sign outside
  • BR-RP-C-3: 13-19: Hyrum, Utah Cemetery
  • BR-RP-C-3: 13: Simpson Molen stone
  • BR-RP-C-3: 14: Back side of headstone (unknown name), with list of children
  • BR-RP-C-3: 15: Brown stone
  • BR-RP-C-3: 16: Brown crucifix stone
  • BR-RP-C-3: 17: Back side of Brown stone; Prayer of Francis of Assisi; list of children's names
  • BR-RP-C-3: 18: Overview of Hyrum Cemetery
  • BR-RP-C-3: 19: Large monumental gravemarker
  • BR-RP-C-3: 20-22: River Heights, Utah Apple Days
  • BR-RP-C-3: 20: Robin Parent's mother and her son with the petting zoo at Apple Days
  • BR-RP-C-3: 21: Petting zoo
  • BR-RP-C-3: 22: Petting zoo
1 7 Parent, Robin - CD PHOTO INDEX
BR-RP-CD-1: photo index
  • BR-RP-CD-1-1: BR-RP-C-2-22
  • BR-RP-CD-1-2: BR-RP-C-2-21
  • BR-RP-CD-1-3: BR-RP-C-2-20
  • BR-RP-CD-1-4: BR-RP-C-2-19
  • BR-RP-CD-1-5: BR-RP-C-2-18
  • BR-RP-CD-1-6: BR-RP-C-2-17
  • BR-RP-CD-1-7: BR-RP-C-2-16
  • BR-RP-CD-1-8: BR-RP-C-2-25
  • BR-RP-CD-1-9: BR-RP-C-2-24
  • BR-RP-CD-1-10: BR-RP-C-2-15
  • BR-RP-CD-1-11: BR-RP-C-2-14
  • BR-RP-CD-1-12: BR-RP-C-2-13
  • BR-RP-CD-1-13: BR-RP-C-2-12
  • BR-RP-CD-1-14: BR-RP-C-2-11
  • BR-RP-CD-1-15: BR-RP-C-2-10
  • BR-RP-CD-1-16: BR-RP-C-2-09
  • BR-RP-CD-1-17: BR-RP-C-2-08
  • BR-RP-CD-1-18: BR-RP-C-2-07
  • BR-RP-CD-1-19: BR-RP-C-2-06
  • BR-RP-CD-1-20: BR-RP-C-2-05
  • BR-RP-CD-1-21: BR-RP-C-2-04
  • BR-RP-CD-1-22: BR-RP-C-2-03
  • BR-RP-CD-1-23: BR-RP-C-2-02
  • BR-RP-CD-1-24: BR-RP-C-2-01
  • BR-RP-CD-1-25: BR-RP-C-2-00
  • BR-RP-CD-1-26: BR-RP-C-2-000
  • BR-RP-CD-1-27: BR-RP-C-3-22
  • BR-RP-CD-1-28: BR-RP-C-3-21
  • BR-RP-CD-1-29: BR-RP-C-3-20
  • BR-RP-CD-1-30: BR-RP-C-3-19
  • BR-RP-CD-1-31: BR-RP-C-3-18
  • BR-RP-CD-1-32: BR-RP-C-3-17
  • BR-RP-CD-1-33: BR-RP-C-3-16
  • BR-RP-CD-1-34: BR-RP-C-3-15
  • BR-RP-CD-1-35: BR-RP-C-3-14
  • BR-RP-CD-1-36: BR-RP-C-3-13
  • BR-RP-CD-1-37: BR-RP-C-3-12
  • BR-RP-CD-1-38: BR-RP-C-3-11
  • BR-RP-CD-1-39: BR-RP-C-3-10
  • BR-RP-CD-1-40: BR-RP-C-3-09
  • BR-RP-CD-1-41: BR-RP-C-3-08
  • BR-RP-CD-1-42: BR-RP-C-3-07
  • BR-RP-CD-1-43: BR-RP-C-3-06
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  • BR-RP-CD-1-49: BR-RP-C-3-00
  • BR-RP-CD-1-50: BR-RP-C-3-000
  • BR-RP-CD-1-51: BR-RP-C-3-0X
  • BR-RP-CD-1-52: BR-RP-C-1-25
  • BR-RP-CD-1-53: BR-RP-C-1-24
  • BR-RP-CD-1-54: BR-RP-C-1-23
  • BR-RP-CD-1-55: BR-RP-C-1-22
  • BR-RP-CD-1-56: BR-RP-C-1-21
  • BR-RP-CD-1-57: BR-RP-C-1-20
  • BR-RP-CD-1-58: BR-RP-C-1-19
  • BR-RP-CD-1-59: BR-RP-C-1-18
  • BR-RP-CD-1-60: BR-RP-C-1-17
  • BR-RP-CD-1-61: BR-RP-C-1-16
  • BR-RP-CD-1-62: BR-RP-C-1-15
  • BR-RP-CD-1-63: BR-RP-C-1-14
  • BR-RP-CD-1-64: BR-RP-C-1-13
  • BR-RP-CD-1-65: BR-RP-C-1-12
  • BR-RP-CD-1-66: BR-RP-C-1-11
  • BR-RP-CD-1-67: BR-RP-C-1-10
  • BR-RP-CD-1-68: BR-RP-C-1-09
  • BR-RP-CD-1-69: BR-RP-C-1-08
  • BR-RP-CD-1-70: BR-RP-C-1-07
  • BR-RP-CD-1-71: BR-RP-C-1-06
  • BR-RP-CD-1-72: BR-RP-C-1-05
  • BR-RP-CD-1-73: BR-RP-C-1-04
  • BR-RP-CD-1-74: BR-RP-C-1-03
  • BR-RP-CD-1-75: BR-RP-C-1-00
1 8 Thatcher, Elaine
BR-ET-C-1: photo log
  • BR-ET-C-1: 18A-24A: Kaye Shackelford, bobbin lace maker of Smithfield, Utah, demonstrating at the Festival of the American West; Wellsville, Utah
  • BR-ET-C-1: 18A: Demonstrating bobbin lace making
  • BR-ET-C-1: 19A: Demonstrating bobbin lace making
  • BR-ET-C-1: 20A: Closeup of cushion on which the lace is being made
  • BR-ET-C-1: 21A: Portrait of Kaye, looking down
  • BR-ET-C-1: 22A-24A: Working at making lace
BR-ET-C-2: photo log
  • BR-ET-C-2: 1-25: Events taking place as part of Raspberry Days celebration; Garden City, Utah
  • BR-ET-C-2: 1: Scout leader and money taker in line for the Boy Scouts' pancake breakfast held in a Mormon church
  • BR-ET-C-2: 2: Cooks making pancakes at the pancake breakfast
  • BR-ET-C-2: 3: Child holding wiggling dog at beginning of pancake breakfast line
  • BR-ET-C-2: 4: Cooks making pancakes
  • BR-ET-C-2: 5: Food preparation area, including cooks making pancakes, all under a tent
  • BR-ET-C-2: 6-7: Men frying eggs at pancake breakfast; older man, on left, is wearing an apron that says, "For this I spent four years in college"
  • BR-ET-C-2: 8-10: Two young Boy Scouts serving food to customers
  • BR-ET-C-2: 11: Man cooking hash browns
  • BR-ET-C-2: 12: Customers at the breakfast
  • BR-ET-C-2: 13-14: Flatbed trailer holding cooler full of milk cartons, water cooler, and propane tank for griddles
  • BR-ET-C-2: 15-18: Customers at tables on lawn of church, eating breakfast
  • BR-ET-C-2: 19: Charlotte Smith of Salt Lake City, Utah, sitting at the table with her breakfast; shows plates of food
  • BR-ET-C-2: 20: Customers at pancake breakfast showing their hands with the "smiley face" drawn on them, signifying that they have paid for their breakfast
  • BR-ET-C-2: 21: Family with toddler at gazebo housing bell on church grounds, during pancake breakfast
  • BR-ET-C-2: 22: Cars parked in front of old granary with damaged roof (partly rotting shingles, partly rusty metal sheathing over old shingles), across street to the north of the church where the pancake breakfast is being held
  • BR-ET-C-2: 23: Salt Lake (Utah) man named Monty in his tent along the Raspberry Days parade route, doing card tricks
  • BR-ET-C-2: 24-25: People along parade route waiting for parade to start
BR-ET-C-3: photo log
  • BR-ET-C-3: 1-3: Hollyhocks growing in a yard along the main street in Garden City (Utah), a short distance north of the city park
  • BR-ET-C-3: 4: Covered wagon in front yard of a home on the main street in Garden City, Utah
  • BR-ET-C-3: 5: Rail-style fence made of log siding, matching the office behind it (see next photo); Garden City, Utah main street
  • BR-ET-C-3: 6: Carpet and paint store with log siding on it; woman is on rooftop deck watching Raspberry Days parade; cutout of howling coyote or dog is a popular motif for western or southwestern style decorating (Garden City, Utah)
  • BR-ET-C-3: 7-8: Large cutout and painted bear sign in front of pizza restaurant in Garden City; the head of the bear is mechanical and nods, holding an American Flag in its mouth; the crowd around is waiting for the parade to begin (Garden City, Utah)
  • BR-ET-C-3: 9-37: Garden City, Utah Raspberry Days Parade
  • BR-ET-C-3: 9: Unidentified rodeo royalty waits on horseback for the parade to begin
  • BR-ET-C-3: 10: Spectators and parade participants wait for the parade to begin at the starting point
  • BR-ET-C-3: 11: Pioneering Adventures wagon waits at beginning of parade
  • BR-ET-C-3: 12: Spectators along the main street of Garden City
  • BR-ET-C-3: 13-14: Men on ATVs (All Terrain Vehicles) lead the parade
  • BR-ET-C-3: 15-21: Clowns in fake hula attire cavort at the head of the parade (right after the ATVs)
  • BR-ET-C-3: 22: Lone bagpiper in parade
  • BR-ET-C-3: 23: Flag bearers/rodeo royalty
  • BR-ET-C-3: 24-25: Pioneering Adventures wagon in parade
  • BR-ET-C-3: 26: Occupants of a golf cart in the parade toss candy to the crowd
  • BR-ET-C-3: 27: Volkswagen Beetle labeled "Monster" and "Gift Shop, Garden City, UT", with a person wearing a "Bear Lake Monster" head standing up through sunroof
  • BR-ET-C-3: 28: "Bear Lake Raspberry Babes," women dressed in green and pink netting
  • BR-ET-C-3: 29: Antique truck (hearse?) With "Thompson's Vinyl Fence's" (sic) sign
  • BR-ET-C-3: 30-31: Antique car
  • BR-ET-C-3: 32-33: "Miss Berry Princess" float, filled with little girls
  • BR-ET-C-3: 34-35: "The Real Bear Lake Monsters" float, filled with children; additional sign (shaped like a raspberry): "Born and Raised in the Berry Patch!"
  • BR-ET-C-3: 36: Spectators watching cheerleaders go by
  • BR-ET-C-3: 37: Parade participants from LeBeau's drive-in, in a pickup truck toss long bead necklaces to spectators
BR-ET-C-4: photo log
  • BR-ET-C-4: 1-23: Bear Lake Raspberry Days Parade
  • BR-ET-C-4: 1: Parade participants from LeBeau's drive-in, in a pickup truck toss long bead necklaces to spectators
  • BR-ET-C-4: 2-3: "4 Generations Wilson's Bear Lake" in a pickup truck, all wearing yellow t-shirts in the parade
  • BR-ET-C-4: 4: "Water skier" on a skateboard being towed behind a boat on a trailer in the parade
  • BR-ET-C-4: 5-6: "Campers" with tent, canoe, and Dutch oven on a float advertising Dutch oven dinners on Saturday nights, "Serving Raspberry Cobbler!"
  • BR-ET-C-4: 7: Boys in a pickup with powerful water guns in parade, shooting at crowd
  • BR-ET-C-4: 8: People on a float satirizing the television program "Survivor," with signs saying "Don't Just Survive" and "Call Us!"
  • BR-ET-C-4: 9-12: Bear Lake monster float sponsored by Trend West Resorts; signs on side say "Bear Lake Monster Clan" and "Baby Bessie"
  • BR-ET-C-4: 13: Tractor-drawn wagon carrying Bryce Nielson and Bill Cox (local politicians?)
  • BR-ET-C-4: 14-15: Horse-drawn wagon labeled "Alley's Ponies;" frame 15 shows the team of four matched black horses, with a young palomino colt tied to the side
  • BR-ET-C-4: 16-19: Red convertible and a pickup truck-drawn flatbed from the Pickleville Playhouse; actors from the playhouse are in costume and running around acting out typical "mellerdramer" (melodrama) activities, such as kidnaping or saving the heroine
  • BR-ET-C-4: 20-22: Large boat filled with people and fake palm trees, sponsored by Town and Country Realty, with a sign that says, "Bear Lake Family Fun"
  • BR-ET-C-4: 23: Boat with fishnet and other maritime symbols
  • BR-ET-C-4: 24-37: Garden City, Utah Raspberry Days Craft Fair
  • BR-ET-C-4: 24-26: A children's "train" with cars made of 55-gallon drums, painted in bright colors and patters; Garden City Park, Garden City, Utah
  • BR-ET-C-4: 27: Doll tents and sleeping bags at the craft fair
  • BR-ET-C-4: 28: Jewelry pouches at the same booth as in frame 27
  • BR-ET-C-4: 29: Hand made wood items (shelves, racks, toys, etc.) in a boot at the craft fair
  • BR-ET-C-4: 30: Man from Phil's Woodturning, wearing a turned wood top hat he made
  • BR-ET-C-4: 31-32: Turned wood items from Phil's Woodturning of Provo (UT)
  • BR-ET-C-4: 33: Pole furniture at craft fair by Lincoln Logs Log Furniture, Lehi, Utah; James Utley is the owner
  • BR-ET-C-4: 34-37: John Harrington of Kitty's Korner, Helper, Utah; he weaves macrame cord into a variety of patterns on old lawn chairs
BR-ET-C-5: photo log
  • BR-ET-C-5: 1-25: Raspberry Days, Garden City, Utah - Craft Fair
  • BR-ET-C-5: 1-5: John Harrington of Helper, Utah, demonstrating the making of macrame chairs; he weaves macrame cord onto aluminum and other frames. Frame 1 shows the stand he built to hold the chairs still; frame 5 shows the printed pattern he uses as a guide
  • BR-ET-C-5: 6-13: Jason Craig and Lori Craig; welded art from scrap and sheet metal by Jason Craig of Wellsville, Utah, of Buzzart Welding
  • BR-ET-C-5: 14-15: Raspberry Days royalty: Raspberry Queen Kayla Kennington of Amalga; Princess Holly Phillips of Smithfield; Jr. Princess Korinne Balls of Hyde Park. All girls are from Cache County, in spite of the fact that Raspberry Days is a Rich County affair; they competed in traditional rodeo competitions to win their titles
  • BR-ET-C-5: 16-17: Richard Johnson of Ogden, Utah in his booth at Raspberry Days; he carves wood and eggs (see following photos)
  • BR-ET-C-5: 18: Carved wood birds and carved golf balls with faces by Richard Johnson
  • BR-ET-C-5: 19-20: Walking sticks carved by Richard Johnson
  • BR-ET-C-5: 21: Richard Johnson showing a carved and stained duck egg; the carving goes all the way through the shell
  • BR-ET-C-5: 22: Johnson showing a carved goose egg, with a delicate floral design that perforates the shell
  • BR-ET-C-5: 23-24: Carved quail eggs with perforated designs; carved by Richard Johnson
  • BR-ET-C-5: 25: A carved emu egg, making use of the three layers of color that exist naturally in the shell
BR-ET-C-6: photo log
  • BR-ET-C-6: 1-13: Bluebird Candy Factory, Logan, Utah
  • BR-ET-C-6: 1-2: Packing boxes of chocolates at the Bluebird Candy factory in Logan
  • BR-ET-C-6: 3: Out of focus. View from back room of woman helping a customer at the counter at the Bluebird Candy factory
  • BR-ET-C-6: 4-13: Women at the candy factory making pecan logs. They have previously-prepared rolls of fondant that has been chilled; then they drop the rolls one at a time into the hot caramel, then lift them out with a slotted spatula, dumping them into the tray of pecans, where they are buried in nuts; then they are placed on a tray to cool and set
  • BR-ET-C-6: 14-25: Cache County Fair (2001), Utah
  • BR-ET-C-6: 14-15: Providence City display at Cache County Fair in Logan, done by the youth council; it features depictions of lawn chairs, fireworks, and agricultural products
  • BR-ET-C-6: 16-17: Mendon City display at Cache County Fair, done by youth; it features Mendon's May Day traditions and agricultural products (#17 MISSING)
  • BR-ET-C-6: 18: Unidentified community display at the Cache County Fair, featuring a fish fry and picnic
  • BR-ET-C-6: 19-20: North Logan's display, featuring insects and agricultural products
  • BR-ET-C-6: 21: Richmond's display, showing a model of the town and agricultural products
  • BR-ET-C-6: 22: Hyrum's display, focusing on cultural diversity, including Native American, Pacific Islands, Asian, Hispanic, and European
  • BR-ET-C-6: 23-24: Lewiston's display, featuring gardening and children
  • BR-ET-C-6: 25: Wellsville's display featuring a picnic
BR-ET-C-6a: no photo log (Photos of Bluebird Candy Factory)
BR-ET-C-7: photo log
  • BR-ET-C-7: 1-16: Cache County Fair (2001) Logan, Utah
  • BR-ET-C-7: 1-2: Wellsville's display at Cache County Fair, created by youth council; features a picnic and agricultural products
  • BR-ET-C-7: 3: Nibley's display featuring a campfire scene and agricultural products
  • BR-ET-C-7: 4-5: Smithfield's display featuring the "Old Fishing Hole" and agricultural products
  • BR-ET-C-7: 6: Millville's display showing a rural scene
  • BR-ET-C-7: 7-8: Logan's display featuring a seed mosaic of a monarch butterfly and marigolds
  • BR-ET-C-7: 9-10: Millville's display (frame 9 is underexposed)
  • BR-ET-C-7: 11: 4-H display by Casey Major: "A Day in the Life of a Bee"
  • BR-ET-C-7: 12-16: Young girls watering their sheep in the ditch
  • BR-ET-C-7: 17-23: Logan Hispanic Festival
  • BR-ET-C-7: 17-19: Antonio Arce and other musicians playing at the Hispanic Festival at the Whittier Center in Logan, Utah
  • BR-ET-C-7: 20-21: Boys playing soccer at Hispanic Festival
  • BR-ET-C-7: 22-23:Leo Bravo, director of Logan's Hispanic Center, and his daughter (on right) and another staffer at the Hispanic Festival
  • BR-ET-C-7: 24-25: "4-H Muttonbusters" sign at Rich County Fair in Randolph, Utah; other photos, thank you to buyers, etc., are also on the sign
BR-ET-C-7a: no photo log (Photos of Bluebird Candy Factory)
BR-ET-C-8: photo log
  • BR-ET-C-8: 1-25: Rich County Fair (2001)
  • BR-ET-C-8: 1-2: "4-H Muttonbusters" sign in barn at Rich County Fair; frame 2 shows closeup of some of the photos and documents on the sign
  • BR-ET-C-8: 3: Sign over a stall in the 4-H barn
  • BR-ET-C-8: 4: View of stalls and signs in 4-H barn
  • BR-ET-C-8: 5-6: Signs over stall in 4-H barn
  • BR-ET-C-8: 7-8: View of cars and horses getting ready for horse judging
  • BR-ET-C-8: 9: Sign over a 4-H stall with ribbons and Grand Champion banner
  • BR-ET-C-8: 10: Goat milking stand
  • BR-ET-C-8: 11-14: Cows in stalls with signs above stalls; handmade signs feature name of owner of cow, sponsor, and name of animal
  • BR-ET-C-8: 15: Man showing paint horses
  • BR-ET-C-8: 16: Rodeo royalty; they were awarding the ribbons to winners during the horse show
  • BR-ET-C-8: 17: Scorekeepers
  • BR-ET-C-8: 18-19: People showing horses in arena
  • BR-ET-C-8: 20-22: Rich County Fairgrounds entrance gate
  • BR-ET-C-8: 23-25: Utah Quilt in home arts show at Rich County Fair
BR-ET-C-9: photo log
  • BR-ET-C-9: 1-6: Views of the Grace, Idaho cemetery shortly after Memorial Day
  • BR-ET-C-9: 7-8: A grave featuring a post-death endowment date along with a toy saloon
  • BR-ET-C-9: 9-25: Views of the "man-made" geyser at Soda Springs, Idaho. The geyser was created accidentally when people were digging for a swimming pool in downtown Soda Springs. It is now capped and has a timer that allows it to erupt every hour (frame 25 was not printed, it was a half-shot)
  • BR-ET-C-10: 1-3: Views of the Randolph Mormon tabernacle; Randolph, Utah
  • BR-ET-C-10: 4: The gate in front of the Boy Scouts log building in Randolph, Utah; the pipe gate has an eagle and "BSA" on it
  • BR-ET-C-10: 5: The Boy Scouts of America log building in Randolph, Utah
  • BR-ET-C-10: 6-7: Views of the Randolph, Utah Mormon tabernacle
  • BR-ET-C-10: 8-10: War memorial in Randolph, Utah
  • BR-ET-C-10: 11: View of the Randolph, Utah Mormon tabernacle
  • BR-ET-C-10: 12-14: Views of the Daughters of Utah Pioneers (DUP) Relic Hall in Randolph, Utah; it's a log building
  • BR-ET-C-10: 15-16: A granary next to the DUP Relic Hall in Randolph, Utah
  • BR-ET-C-10: 17: Views of the DUP Relic Hall in Randolph, Utah
BR-ET-C-10: photo log
  • BR-ET-C-10: 1-3: Views of the Randolph Mormon tabernacle, Randolph, Utah
  • BR-ET-C-10: 4: The gate in front of the Boy Scouts log building in Randolph. The pipe gate has an eagle and "BSA" on it.
  • BR-ET-C-10: 5: The Boy Scouts of America log building in Randolph
  • BR-ET-C-10: 6-7: Views of the Randolph Mormon tabernacle, Randolph, Utah
  • BR-ET-C-10: 8-10: War memorial in Randolph, Utah
  • BR-ET-C-10: 11: Views of the Randolph Mormon tabernacle, Randolph, Utah
  • BR-ET-C-10: 12-14: Views of the Daughters of Utah Pioneers Relic Hall in Randolph. It is a log building
  • BR-ET-C-10: 15-16: A granary next to the DUP Relic Hall in Randolph, Utah
  • BR-ET-C-10: 17-24: Unrelated to the Living Traditions of the Bear River Heritage project
1 9 Thatcher, Elaine
BR-ET-B-1: photo log
  • BR-ET-B-1: 1-3: People riding mechanical bull at the craft show in Garden City Park during Raspberry Days (Utah)
  • BR-ET-B-1: 4: Charlotte Smith and Renee Queary of Salt Lake City, Utah visiting Raspberry Days
  • BR-ET-B-1: 5-7: Flowers in the yard of Fern Pope (?) on the main street in Garden City. She sits in the house and counts how many people stop to take pictures, and the flowers outside the fence are for people to pick.
  • BR-ET-B-1: 8-9: Old bedstead turned into a flower bed, with a sign that says "Weeds for sale, U pick."
  • BR-ET-B-1: 10: View of the main building at a campground near Fish Haven. On Saturday nights during the summer they have a Dutch oven dinner open to the public
  • BR-ET-B-1: 11-14: Musician (electronic piano and trombone) at the Dutch oven dinner
  • BR-ET-B-1: 15-16: People enjoying the Dutch oven dinner
  • BR-ET-B-1: 17-19: Dutch ovens waiting to be brought to the table, and a woman working at the table, serving people
  • BR-ET-B-1: 20-22: Musician
  • BR-ET-B-1: 23: View of the building again
  • BR-ET-B-1: 24: Hollyhocks in Garden City
  • BR-ET-B-1: 25: Tabernacle in Randolph, Utah
1 10 Thatcher, Elaine - CD PHOTO INDICES
BR-ET-CD-1: photo index
  • BR-ET-CD-1-1: BR-ET-C-5-01
  • BR-ET-CD-1-2: BR-ET-C-5-02
  • BR-ET-CD-1-3: BR-ET-C-5-03
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  • BR-ET-CD-1-26: BR-ET-C-3-01
  • BR-ET-CD-1-27: BR-ET-C-3-02
  • BR-ET-CD-1-28: BR-ET-C-3-03
  • BR-ET-CD-1-29: BR-ET-C-3-04
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  • BR-ET-CD-1-31: BR-ET-C-3-06
  • BR-ET-CD-1-32: BR-ET-C-3-07
  • BR-ET-CD-1-33: BR-ET-C-3-08
  • BR-ET-CD-1-34: BR-ET-C-3-09
  • BR-ET-CD-1-35: BR-ET-C-3-10
  • BR-ET-CD-1-36: BR-ET-C-3-11
  • BR-ET-CD-1-37: BR-ET-C-3-12
  • BR-ET-CD-1-38: BR-ET-C-3-13
  • BR-ET-CD-1-39: BR-ET-C-3-14
  • BR-ET-CD-1-40: BR-ET-C-3-15
  • BR-ET-CD-1-41: BR-ET-C-3-16
  • BR-ET-CD-1-42: BR-ET-C-3-17
  • BR-ET-CD-1-43: BR-ET-C-3-18
  • BR-ET-CD-1-44: BR-ET-C-3-19
  • BR-ET-CD-1-45: BR-ET-C-3-20
  • BR-ET-CD-1-46: BR-ET-C-3-21
  • BR-ET-CD-1-47: BR-ET-C-3-22
  • BR-ET-CD-1-48: BR-ET-C-3-23
  • BR-ET-CD-1-49: BR-ET-C-3-24
  • BR-ET-CD-1-50: BR-ET-C-3-25
  • BR-ET-CD-1-51: BR-ET-C-3-26
  • BR-ET-CD-1-52: BR-ET-C-3-27
  • BR-ET-CD-1-53: BR-ET-C-3-28
  • BR-ET-CD-1-54: BR-ET-C-3-29
  • BR-ET-CD-1-55: BR-ET-C-3-30
  • BR-ET-CD-1-56: BR-ET-C-3-31
  • BR-ET-CD-1-57: BR-ET-C-3-32
  • BR-ET-CD-1-58: BR-ET-C-3-33
  • BR-ET-CD-1-59: BR-ET-C-3-34
  • BR-ET-CD-1-60: BR-ET-C-3-35
  • BR-ET-CD-1-61: BR-ET-C-3-36
  • BR-ET-CD-1-62: BR-ET-C-3-37
  • BR-ET-CD-1-63-80: Elaine Thatcher's PERSONAL Photos
  • BR-ET-CD-1-81: BR-ET-C-1-18
  • BR-ET-CD-1-82: BR-ET-C-1-19
  • BR-ET-CD-1-83: BR-ET-C-1-20
  • BR-ET-CD-1-84: BR-ET-C-1-21
  • BR-ET-CD-1-85: BR-ET-C-1-22
  • BR-ET-CD-1-86: BR-ET-C-1-23
  • BR-ET-CD-1-87: BR-ET-C-1-24
  • BR-ET-CD-1-88-99: [No Images]
  • BR-ET-CD-1-100: BR-ET-C-6a-13
  • BR-ET-CD-1-101: BR-ET-C-6a-14
  • BR-ET-CD-1-102: BR-ET-C-6a-15
  • BR-ET-CD-1-103: BR-ET-C-6a-16
  • BR-ET-CD-1-104: BR-ET-C-6a-17
  • BR-ET-CD-1-105: BR-ET-C-6a-18
  • BR-ET-CD-1-106: BR-ET-C-6a-19
  • BR-ET-CD-1-107: BR-ET-C-6a-20
  • BR-ET-CD-1-108: BR-ET-C-6a-21
  • BR-ET-CD-1-109: BR-ET-C-6a-22
  • BR-ET-CD-1-110: BR-ET-C-6a-23
  • BR-ET-CD-1-111: BR-ET-C-6a-24
  • BR-ET-CD-1-112: BR-ET-C-6a-25
  • BR-ET-CD-1-113: BR-ET-C-6a-26
  • BR-ET-CD-1-114: BR-ET-C-6a-27
  • BR-ET-CD-1-115: BR-ET-C-6a-28
  • BR-ET-CD-1-116: BR-ET-C-6a-29
  • BR-ET-CD-1-117: BR-ET-C-6a-30
  • BR-ET-CD-1-118: BR-ET-C-6a-31
  • BR-ET-CD-1-119: BR-ET-C-6a-32
  • BR-ET-CD-1-120: BR-ET-C-6a-33
  • BR-ET-CD-1-121: BR-ET-C-6a-34
  • BR-ET-CD-1-122: BR-ET-C-6a-35
  • BR-ET-CD-1-123: BR-ET-C-6a-36
  • BR-ET-CD-1-124: BR-ET-C-2-01
  • BR-ET-CD-1-125: BR-ET-C-2-02
  • BR-ET-CD-1-126: BR-ET-C-2-03
  • BR-ET-CD-1-127: BR-ET-C-2-04
  • BR-ET-CD-1-128: BR-ET-C-2-05
  • BR-ET-CD-1-129: BR-ET-C-2-06
  • BR-ET-CD-1-130: BR-ET-C-2-07
  • BR-ET-CD-1-131: BR-ET-C-2-08
  • BR-ET-CD-1-132: BR-ET-C-2-09
  • BR-ET-CD-1-133: BR-ET-C-2-10
  • BR-ET-CD-1-134: BR-ET-C-2-11
  • BR-ET-CD-1-135: BR-ET-C-2-12
  • BR-ET-CD-1-136: BR-ET-C-2-13
  • BR-ET-CD-1-137: BR-ET-C-2-14
  • BR-ET-CD-1-138: BR-ET-C-2-15
  • BR-ET-CD-1-139: BR-ET-C-2-16
  • BR-ET-CD-1-140: BR-ET-C-2-17
  • BR-ET-CD-1-141: BR-ET-C-2-18
  • BR-ET-CD-1-142: BR-ET-C-2-19
  • BR-ET-CD-1-143: BR-ET-C-2-20
  • BR-ET-CD-1-144: BR-ET-C-2-21
  • BR-ET-CD-1-145: BR-ET-C-2-22
  • BR-ET-CD-1-146: BR-ET-C-2-23
  • BR-ET-CD-1-147: BR-ET-C-2-24
  • BR-ET-CD-1-148: BR-ET-C-2-25
  • BR-ET-CD-1-149: BR-ET-C-4-01
  • BR-ET-CD-1-150: BR-ET-C-4-02
  • BR-ET-CD-1-151: BR-ET-C-4-03
  • BR-ET-CD-1-152: BR-ET-C-4-04
  • BR-ET-CD-1-153: BR-ET-C-4-05
  • BR-ET-CD-1-154: BR-ET-C-4-06
  • BR-ET-CD-1-155: BR-ET-C-4-07
  • BR-ET-CD-1-156: BR-ET-C-4-08
  • BR-ET-CD-1-157: BR-ET-C-4-09
  • BR-ET-CD-1-158: BR-ET-C-4-10
  • BR-ET-CD-1-159: BR-ET-C-4-11
  • BR-ET-CD-1-160: BR-ET-C-4-12
  • BR-ET-CD-1-161: BR-ET-C-4-13
  • BR-ET-CD-1-162: BR-ET-C-4-14
  • BR-ET-CD-1-163: BR-ET-C-4-15
  • BR-ET-CD-1-164: BR-ET-C-4-16
  • BR-ET-CD-1-165: BR-ET-C-4-17
  • BR-ET-CD-1-166: BR-ET-C-4-18
  • BR-ET-CD-1-167: BR-ET-C-4-19
  • BR-ET-CD-1-168: BR-ET-C-4-20
  • BR-ET-CD-1-169: BR-ET-C-4-21
  • BR-ET-CD-1-170: BR-ET-C-4-22
  • BR-ET-CD-1-171: BR-ET-C-4-23
  • BR-ET-CD-1-172: BR-ET-C-4-24
  • BR-ET-CD-1-173: BR-ET-C-4-25
  • BR-ET-CD-1-174: BR-ET-C-4-26
  • BR-ET-CD-1-175: BR-ET-C-4-27
  • BR-ET-CD-1-176: BR-ET-C-4-28
  • BR-ET-CD-1-177: BR-ET-C-4-29
  • BR-ET-CD-1-178: BR-ET-C-4-30
  • BR-ET-CD-1-179: BR-ET-C-4-31
  • BR-ET-CD-1-180: BR-ET-C-4-32
  • BR-ET-CD-1-181: BR-ET-C-4-33
  • BR-ET-CD-1-182: BR-ET-C-4-34
  • BR-ET-CD-1-183: BR-ET-C-4-35
  • BR-ET-CD-1-184: BR-ET-C-4-36
  • BR-ET-CD-1-185: BR-ET-C-4-37
  • BR-ET-CD-1-186: BR-ET-C-7a-1
  • BR-ET-CD-1-187: BR-ET-C-7a-2
  • BR-ET-CD-1-188: BR-ET-C-7a-3
  • BR-ET-CD-1-189: BR-ET-C-7a-4
  • BR-ET-CD-1-190: BR-ET-C-7a-5
  • BR-ET-CD-1-191: BR-ET-C-7a-6
  • BR-ET-CD-1-192: BR-ET-C-7a-7
  • BR-ET-CD-1-193: BR-ET-C-7a-8
  • BR-ET-CD-1-194: BR-ET-C-7a-9
  • BR-ET-CD-1-195: BR-ET-C-7a-10
  • BR-ET-CD-1-196: BR-ET-C-7a-11
  • BR-ET-CD-1-197: BR-ET-C-7a-12
  • BR-ET-CD-1-198: BR-ET-C-7a-13
  • BR-ET-CD-1-199: BR-ET-C-7a-14
  • BR-ET-CD-1-200: BR-ET-C-7a-15
  • BR-ET-CD-1-201: BR-ET-C-7a-16
  • BR-ET-CD-1-202: BR-ET-C-7a-17
  • BR-ET-CD-1-203: BR-ET-C-7a-18
  • BR-ET-CD-1-204: BR-ET-C-7a-19
  • BR-ET-CD-1-205: BR-ET-C-7a-20
  • BR-ET-CD-1-206: BR-ET-C-7a-21
  • BR-ET-CD-1-207: BR-ET-C-7a-22
  • BR-ET-CD-1-208: BR-ET-C-7a-23
  • BR-ET-CD-1-209: BR-ET-C-7a-24
  • BR-ET-CD-1-210: BR-ET-C-7a-25
  • BR-ET-CD-1-211: BR-ET-C-7a-26
  • BR-ET-CD-1-212: BR-ET-C-7a-27
  • BR-ET-CD-1-213: BR-ET-C-7a-28
  • BR-ET-CD-1-214: BR-ET-C-7a-29
  • BR-ET-CD-1-215: BR-ET-C-7a-30
  • BR-ET-CD-1-216: BR-ET-C-7a-31
  • BR-ET-CD-1-217: BR-ET-C-7a-32
  • BR-ET-CD-1-218: BR-ET-C-7a-33
  • BR-ET-CD-1-219: BR-ET-C-7a-34
  • BR-ET-CD-1-220: BR-ET-C-7a-35
  • BR-ET-CD-1-221: BR-ET-C-7a-36
  • BR-ET-CD-1-222: BR-ET-C-7a-37
BR-ET-CD-2: photo index
  • BR-ET-CD-2-1: BR-ET-C-6-25
  • BR-ET-CD-2-2: BR-ET-C-6-24
  • BR-ET-CD-2-3: BR-ET-C-6-23
  • BR-ET-CD-2-4: BR-ET-C-6-22
  • BR-ET-CD-2-5: BR-ET-C-6-21
  • BR-ET-CD-2-6: BR-ET-C-6-20
  • BR-ET-CD-2-7: BR-ET-C-6-19
  • BR-ET-CD-2-8: BR-ET-C-6-18
  • BR-ET-CD-2-9: BR-ET-C-6-17
  • BR-ET-CD-2-10: BR-ET-C-6-16
  • BR-ET-CD-2-11: BR-ET-C-6-15
  • BR-ET-CD-2-12: BR-ET-C-6-14
  • BR-ET-CD-2-13: BR-ET-C-6-13
  • BR-ET-CD-2-14: BR-ET-C-6-12
  • BR-ET-CD-2-15: BR-ET-C-6-11
  • BR-ET-CD-2-16: BR-ET-C-6-10
  • BR-ET-CD-2-17: BR-ET-C-6-09
  • BR-ET-CD-2-18: BR-ET-C-6-08
  • BR-ET-CD-2-19: BR-ET-C-6-07
  • BR-ET-CD-2-20: BR-ET-C-6-06
  • BR-ET-CD-2-21: BR-ET-C-6-05
  • BR-ET-CD-2-22: BR-ET-C-6-04
  • BR-ET-CD-2-23: BR-ET-C-6-03
  • BR-ET-CD-2-24: BR-ET-C-6-02
  • BR-ET-CD-2-25: BR-ET-C-6-01
  • BR-ET-CD-2-26: BR-ET-C-8-25
  • BR-ET-CD-2-27: BR-ET-C-8-24
  • BR-ET-CD-2-28: BR-ET-C-8-23
  • BR-ET-CD-2-29: BR-ET-C-8-22
  • BR-ET-CD-2-30: BR-ET-C-8-21
  • BR-ET-CD-2-31: BR-ET-C-8-20
  • BR-ET-CD-2-32: BR-ET-C-8-19
  • BR-ET-CD-2-33: BR-ET-C-8-18
  • BR-ET-CD-2-34: BR-ET-C-8-17
  • BR-ET-CD-2-35: BR-ET-C-8-16
  • BR-ET-CD-2-36: BR-ET-C-8-15
  • BR-ET-CD-2-37: BR-ET-C-8-14
  • BR-ET-CD-2-38: BR-ET-C-8-13
  • BR-ET-CD-2-39: BR-ET-C-8-12
  • BR-ET-CD-2-40: BR-ET-C-8-11
  • BR-ET-CD-2-41: BR-ET-C-8-10
  • BR-ET-CD-2-42: BR-ET-C-8-09
  • BR-ET-CD-2-43: BR-ET-C-8-08
  • BR-ET-CD-2-44: BR-ET-C-8-07
  • BR-ET-CD-2-45: BR-ET-C-8-06
  • BR-ET-CD-2-46: BR-ET-C-8-05
  • BR-ET-CD-2-47: BR-ET-C-8-04
  • BR-ET-CD-2-48: BR-ET-C-8-03
  • BR-ET-CD-2-49: BR-ET-C-8-02
  • BR-ET-CD-2-50: BR-ET-C-8-01
  • BR-ET-CD-2-51: BR-ET-C-7-25
  • BR-ET-CD-2-52: BR-ET-C-7-24
  • BR-ET-CD-2-53: BR-ET-C-7-23
  • BR-ET-CD-2-54: BR-ET-C-7-22
  • BR-ET-CD-2-55: BR-ET-C-7-21
  • BR-ET-CD-2-56: BR-ET-C-7-20
  • BR-ET-CD-2-57: BR-ET-C-7-19
  • BR-ET-CD-2-58: BR-ET-C-7-18
  • BR-ET-CD-2-59: BR-ET-C-7-17
  • BR-ET-CD-2-60: BR-ET-C-7-16
  • BR-ET-CD-2-61: BR-ET-C-7-15
  • BR-ET-CD-2-62: BR-ET-C-7-14
  • BR-ET-CD-2-63: BR-ET-C-7-13
  • BR-ET-CD-2-64: BR-ET-C-7-12
  • BR-ET-CD-2-65: BR-ET-C-7-11
  • BR-ET-CD-2-66: BR-ET-C-7-10
  • BR-ET-CD-2-67: BR-ET-C-7-09
  • BR-ET-CD-2-68: BR-ET-C-7-08
  • BR-ET-CD-2-69: BR-ET-C-7-07
  • BR-ET-CD-2-70: BR-ET-C-7-06
  • BR-ET-CD-2-71: BR-ET-C-7-05
  • BR-ET-CD-2-72: BR-ET-C-7-04
  • BR-ET-CD-2-73: BR-ET-C-7-03
  • BR-ET-CD-2-74: BR-ET-C-7-02
  • BR-ET-CD-2-75: BR-ET-C-7-01
BR-ET-CD-3: photo index
  • BR-ET-CD-3-2: BR-ET-C-9-01
  • BR-ET-CD-3-3: BR-ET-C-9-02
  • BR-ET-CD-3-4: BR-ET-C-9-03
  • BR-ET-CD-3-5: BR-ET-C-9-04
  • BR-ET-CD-3-6: BR-ET-C-9-05
  • BR-ET-CD-3-7: BR-ET-C-9-06
  • BR-ET-CD-3-8: BR-ET-C-9-07
  • BR-ET-CD-3-9: BR-ET-C-9-08
  • BR-ET-CD-3-10: BR-ET-C-9-09
  • BR-ET-CD-3-11: BR-ET-C-9-10
  • BR-ET-CD-3-12: BR-ET-C-9-11
  • BR-ET-CD-3-13: BR-ET-C-9-12
  • BR-ET-CD-3-14: BR-ET-C-9-13
  • BR-ET-CD-3-15: BR-ET-C-9-14
  • BR-ET-CD-3-16: BR-ET-C-9-15
  • BR-ET-CD-3-17: BR-ET-C-9-16
  • BR-ET-CD-3-18: BR-ET-C-9-17
  • BR-ET-CD-3-19: BR-ET-C-9-18
  • BR-ET-CD-3-20: BR-ET-C-9-19
  • BR-ET-CD-3-21: BR-ET-C-9-20
  • BR-ET-CD-3-22: BR-ET-C-9-21
  • BR-ET-CD-3-23: BR-ET-C-9-22
  • BR-ET-CD-3-24: BR-ET-C-9-23
  • BR-ET-CD-3-25: BR-ET-C-9-24
  • BR-ET-CD-3-26: BR-ET-C-9-25
BR-ET-CD-4: photo index
  • BR-ET-CD-4-1: BR-ET-B-1-01
  • BR-ET-CD-4-2: BR-ET-B-1-02
  • BR-ET-CD-4-3: BR-ET-B-1-03
  • BR-ET-CD-4-4: BR-ET-B-1-04
  • BR-ET-CD-4-5: BR-ET-B-1-05
  • BR-ET-CD-4-6: BR-ET-B-1-06
  • BR-ET-CD-4-7: BR-ET-B-1-07
  • BR-ET-CD-4-8: BR-ET-B-1-08
  • BR-ET-CD-4-9: BR-ET-B-1-09
  • BR-ET-CD-4-10: BR-ET-B-1-10
  • BR-ET-CD-4-11: BR-ET-B-1-11
  • BR-ET-CD-4-12: BR-ET-B-1-12
  • BR-ET-CD-4-13: BR-ET-B-1-13
  • BR-ET-CD-4-14: BR-ET-B-1-14
  • BR-ET-CD-4-15: BR-ET-B-1-15
  • BR-ET-CD-4-16: BR-ET-B-1-16
  • BR-ET-CD-4-17: BR-ET-B-1-17
  • BR-ET-CD-4-18: BR-ET-B-1-18
  • BR-ET-CD-4-19: BR-ET-B-1-19
  • BR-ET-CD-4-20: BR-ET-B-1-20
  • BR-ET-CD-4-21: BR-ET-B-1-21
  • BR-ET-CD-4-22: BR-ET-B-1-22
  • BR-ET-CD-4-23: BR-ET-B-1-23
  • BR-ET-CD-4-24: BR-ET-B-1-24
  • BR-ET-CD-4-25: BR-ET-B-1-25
  • BR-ET-CD-4-26: BR-ET-C-10-01
  • BR-ET-CD-4-27: BR-ET-C-10-02
  • BR-ET-CD-4-28: BR-ET-C-10-03
  • BR-ET-CD-4-29: BR-ET-C-10-04
  • BR-ET-CD-4-30: BR-ET-C-10-05
  • BR-ET-CD-4-31: BR-ET-C-10-06
  • BR-ET-CD-4-32: BR-ET-C-10-07
  • BR-ET-CD-4-33: BR-ET-C-10-08
  • BR-ET-CD-4-34: BR-ET-C-10-09
  • BR-ET-CD-4-35: BR-ET-C-10-10
  • BR-ET-CD-4-36: BR-ET-C-10-11
  • BR-ET-CD-4-37: BR-ET-C-10-12
  • BR-ET-CD-4-38: BR-ET-C-10-13
  • BR-ET-CD-4-39: BR-ET-C-10-14
  • BR-ET-CD-4-40: BR-ET-C-10-15
  • BR-ET-CD-4-41: BR-ET-C-10-16
  • BR-ET-CD-4-42: BR-ET-C-10-17
1 11 Ward, Michael
BR-MW-C-1: photo log
  • BR-MW-C-1: 1-24: Marble Park, Bothwell, Utah
  • BR-MW-C-1: 1: Gazebo
  • BR-MW-C-1: 2: View up to the pavilion
  • BR-MW-C-1: 3: Hand carts that local church groups use for handcart treks
  • BR-MW-C-1: 4: Playgroup equipment
  • BR-MW-C-1: 5: Pioneer scene cut out of metal with a torch
  • BR-MW-C-1: 6: Playground equipment
  • BR-MW-C-1: 7: Playground equipment
  • BR-MW-C-1: 8: Playgroup equipment
  • BR-MW-C-1: 9: Playground equipment
  • BR-MW-C-1: 10: Statue of horses
  • BR-MW-C-1: 11: View of Marble Park
  • BR-MW-C-1: 12: Monument to Utah's sesquicentennial
  • BR-MW-C-1: 13: Monument to Utah's sesquicentennial
  • BR-MW-C-1: 14: Seat on the monument to Utah's sesquicentennial that Marble made to look out at his park
  • BR-MW-C-1: 15: Playgroup equipment
  • BR-MW-C-1: 16: Playground equipment
  • BR-MW-C-1: 17: Playground equipment
  • BR-MW-C-1: 18: Playground equipment
  • BR-MW-C-1: 19: Park barbecue
  • BR-MW-C-1: 20: Park monument
  • BR-MW-C-1: 21: Tractor seat welded onto a milk can
  • BR-MW-C-1: 22: Timeline of Utah
  • BR-MW-C-1: 23: The completion of the Salt Lake (LDS) Temple Marble views as an important part of Utah's timeline
  • BR-MW-C-1: 24: Utah's timeline (part)
BR-MW-C-2: photo log
  • BR-MW-C-2: 1: Bob and Ester Rust in their living room in Logan, Utah
  • BR-MW-C-2: 2: Bob and Ester Rust in their living room in Logan, Utah
  • BR-MW-C-2: 3: Bob Rust showing a picture frame he made
  • BR-MW-C-2: 4: Weather rock, Marble Park, Bothwell, Utah
  • BR-MW-C-2: 5: Weather rock, Marble Park, Bothwell, Utah
  • BR-MW-C-2: 6: Monument to the 2002 Salt Lake City Winter Olympics; Marble made the Olympic rings upside down so he could not be sued for using a copyrighted symbol without permission; Marble Park, Bothwell, Utah
  • BR-MW-C-2: 7: Looking east onto Marble Park, Bothwell, Utah
  • BR-MW-C-2: 8: Gong and swing Marble made to welcome in the new millennium; Marble Park, Bothwell, Utah (MISSING)
  • BR-MW-C-2: 9: Pavilion, Marble Park; Bothwell, Utah
  • BR-MW-C-2: 10: Area view of Marble Park; Bothwell, Utah
  • BR-MW-C-2: 11: Water fountain, Marble Park; Bothwell, Utah
  • BR-MW-C-2: 12: Cut and welded tulips, Marble Park; Bothwell, Utah
  • BR-MW-C-2: 13: Latinos dancing, Logan Pioneer Day parade; Logan, Utah
  • BR-MW-C-2: 14: Man advertising a John Deere Lawn mower, Logan Pioneer Day parade; Logan, Utah
  • BR-MW-C-2: 15: Latinos dancing, Logan Pioneer Day parade; Logan, Utah
  • BR-MW-C-2: 16: 4-H Dairy Darlings, Logan Pioneer Day parade; Logan, Utah
  • BR-MW-C-2: 17: Seasonal Lamp post decoration, Marindale Avenue, Logan, Utah
BR-MW-C-3: photo log
  • BR-MW-C-3: 1-24: Marble Park, Bothwell, Utah
  • BR-MW-C-3: 1: Handrail on steps
  • BR-MW-C-3: 2: Handrail on steps
  • BR-MW-C-3: 3: "Roll On Little Doggie" Mural
  • BR-MW-C-3: 4: "Born Free" Mural
  • BR-MW-C-3: 5: Brands that Marble had local ranchers stamp into the cement
  • BR-MW-C-3: 6: Fireplace in the pavilion
  • BR-MW-C-3: 7: "Haying Time" Mural
  • BR-MW-C-3: 8: Mural of wagon train
  • BR-MW-C-3: 9: "Thrashing Bee" Mural
  • BR-MW-C-3: 10: "Fertile Soil" Mural
  • BR-MW-C-3: 11: "All Roads Lead to the Temple" Mural
  • BR-MW-C-3: 12: Wheel hung in pavilion
  • BR-MW-C-3: 13: Herding mural
  • BR-MW-C-3: 14: Wild horses mural
  • BR-MW-C-3: 15: Front of pavilion
  • BR-MW-C-3: 16: Painted saw blade, hung on the front of the pavilion
  • BR-MW-C-3: 17: Painted saw blade, hung on the front of the pavilion
  • BR-MW-C-3: 18: Bothwell cemetery behind Marble Park
  • BR-MW-C-3: 19: Golden Spike display inside pavilion
  • BR-MW-C-3: 20: Close up of wild horses mural
  • BR-MW-C-3: 21: Marble pavilion
  • BR-MW-C-3: 22: Inside Marble pavilion
  • BR-MW-C-3: 23: Brands that Marble had local ranchers stamp into the cement
  • BR-MW-C-3: 24: Drawing in cement
BR-MW-C-4: photo log
  • BR-MW-C-4: 1: Float in Logan Pioneer Day parade; Logan, Utah
  • BR-MW-C-4: 2: North Bear River Valley, landscape view; Utah
  • BR-MW-C-4: 3: North Bear River Valley, landscape view; Utah
  • BR-MW-C-4: 4: Tractors at the edge of an alfalfa field; Northern Utah
  • BR-MW-C-4: 5: Baled hay, landscape view; Northern Utah
  • BR-MW-C-4: 6: Irrigation ditch and cornfield; Northern Utah
  • BR-MW-C-4: 7: Billboard for Box Elder Credit Union; Northern Utah
  • BR-MW-C-4: 8: Apricot tree; Northern Utah
  • BR-MW-C-4: 9: Lehman's garden; Garland, Utah
  • BR-MW-C-4: 10: Valeriy Savich picking apricots, Lehman's; Garland, Utah
  • BR-MW-C-4: 11: Alfalfa field and baled hay; Garland, Utah
  • BR-MW-C-4: 12: Lehman's fruit spread factory; Garland, Utah
  • BR-MW-C-4: 13: Sign in Lehman's front yard; Garland, Utah
  • BR-MW-C-4: 14: Alfalfa field; Garland, Utah
  • BR-MW-C-4: 15: Alfalfa field; Garland, Utah
  • BR-MW-C-4: 16: Inside Lehman's fruit spread factory; Garland, Utah
  • BR-MW-C-4: 17: Gravemarker of Kenji Fujikawa's wife, Kazuko; Mr. Fujikawa placed a Buddhist symbol between their names
  • BR-MW-C-4: 18: Gravemarker of Kenji Fujikawa's wife, Kazuko
  • BR-MW-C-4: 19: Gravemarker of Kenji Fujikawa's wife, Kazuko
BR-MW-C-5: photo log
  • BR-MW-C-5: 1: Valeriy Savich picking apricots at Lehman's; Garland, Utah (MISSING)
  • BR-MW-C-5: 2: Philip Lehman and Valeriy Savich making fruit spread, Lehman's; Garland, Utah
  • BR-MW-C-5: 3: Philip Lehman grabbing blueberries, Lehman's; Garland, Utah
  • BR-MW-C-5: 4: Philip Lehman pouring berries into kettle, Lehman's; Garland, Utah
  • BR-MW-C-5: 5: Philip Lehman pouring berries into kettle, Lehman's; Garland, Utah
  • BR-MW-C-5: 6: Philip Lehman watching berries heat up, Lehman's; Garland, Utah
  • BR-MW-C-5: 7: Philip Lehman blending berries, Lehman's; Garland, Utah
  • BR-MW-C-5: 8: Philip Lehman blending berries, Lehman's; Garland, Utah
  • BR-MW-C-5: 9: Philip Lehman scooping sugar, Lehman's; Garland, Utah
  • BR-MW-C-5: 10: Philip Lehman pouring pectin, Lehman's; Garland, Utah
  • BR-MW-C-5: 11: Philip Lehman measuring pectin, Lehman's; Garland, Utah
  • BR-MW-C-5: 12: Philip Lehman pouring in sugar, Lehman's; Garland, Utah
  • BR-MW-C-5: 13: Philip Lehman pouring in pectin, Lehman's; Garland, Utah
  • BR-MW-C-5: 14: Philip Lehman setting out jars, Lehman's; Garland, Utah
  • BR-MW-C-5: 15: Savich's son setting out jars, Lehman's; Garland, Utah
  • BR-MW-C-5: 16: Olga and Lyulmila Savich pouring jam into jars, Lehman's; Garland, Utah
  • BR-MW-C-5: 17: Working in the factory, Lehman's; Garland, Utah
  • BR-MW-C-5: 18: Working in the factory, Lehman's; Garland, Utah
  • BR-MW-C-5: 19: Michael Ward screwing on lids, Lehman's; Garland, Utah
  • BR-MW-C-5: 20: Michael Ward and Philip Lehman screwing on lids, Lehman's; Garland, Utah
  • BR-MW-C-5: 21: Olga and Valeriy Savich screwing on lids, Lehman's; Garland, Utah
  • BR-MW-C-5: 22: Philip Lehman screwing on lids, Lehman's; Garland, Utah
  • BR-MW-C-5: 23: Ralph Nielson, owner of Nielson fruit stand; Perry, Utah
BR-MW-C-6: photo log
  • BR-MW-C-6: 1-9: Garland's Wheat and Beet Days
  • BR-MW-C-6: 1: People lined up on the street waiting for the parade to start
  • BR-MW-C-6: 2: "Welcome to Garland" Mural
  • BR-MW-C-6: 3: Kids pulling one of Boyd Marble's handcarts
  • BR-MW-C-6: 4: Golden Spike chapter of the Old Time Fiddlers
  • BR-MW-C-6: 5: Bear River High School cheerleaders on a Thiokol float
  • BR-MW-C-6: 6: Box Elder county's royalty
  • BR-MW-C-6: 7: Mormon missionaries cool off crowd by throwing water
  • BR-MW-C-6: 8: The Trail Riders
  • BR-MW-C-6: 9: A braided rein, taught to the Trail Riders by Max Godfrey
BR-MW-C-7: photo log
  • BR-MW-C-7: 1: J. Holmgren and Louis Douglas in Douglas's living room after the interview; Box Elder County, Utah
  • BR-MW-C-7: 2: J. Holmgren, Ann Holmgren, and Louis Douglas in Douglas's living room after the interview; Box Elder County, Utah
  • BR-MW-C-7: 3-5: Douglas's yard art; Box Elder County, Utah
  • BR-MW-C-7: 6: Kim and Jim Tazoi in their living room after the interview
  • BR-MW-C-7: 7: Kim and Jim Tazoi in their living room after the interview
  • BR-MW-C-7: 8: Mr. Tazoi's World War II medals
  • BR-MW-C-7: 9: Bunka done by Kim Tazoi
  • BR-MW-C-7: 10: Bunka done by Kim Tazoi
BR-MW-C-8: photo log
  • BR-MW-C-8: 1-24: Utah's Famous Fruitway, Perry, Utah
  • BR-MW-C-8: 1: Clemente Lemus putting out peaches in front of Nielson's Fruit Stand
  • BR-MW-C-8: 2: Griselda Lemus next to peaches
  • BR-MW-C-8: 3: Hugo Lemus putting out peaches
  • BR-MW-C-8: 4: Hugo Lemus putting out peaches
  • BR-MW-C-8: 5: Clemente Lemus putting out peaches
  • BR-MW-C-8: 6: Griselda Lemus and her daughter arranging peaches
  • BR-MW-C-8: 7: Griselda Lemus arranging peaches
  • BR-MW-C-8: 8: Hugo Lemus running forklift
  • BR-MW-C-8: 9: Ralph Nielson inspecting corn
  • BR-MW-C-8: 10: Ralph Nielson inspecting corn
  • BR-MW-C-8: 11: Cody Nelson, Robbie Brinkerhoff, and Jonathan Jeppsen boxing tomatoes that they picked during the morning
  • BR-MW-C-8: 12: Jonathan Jeppsen boxing tomatoes
  • BR-MW-C-8: 13: Paul Nelson discussing tomatoes with unknown customer
  • BR-MW-C-8: 14: Jonathan Jeppsen picking cantaloupe
  • BR-MW-C-8: 15: Paul Nelson picking cantaloupe
  • BR-MW-C-8: 16: Paul Nelson picking cantaloupe
  • BR-MW-C-8: 17: Cody Nelson picking cantaloupe
  • BR-MW-C-8: 18: Cody Nelson picking cantaloupe
  • BR-MW-C-8: 19: Truck
  • BR-MW-C-8: 20: Robbie Brinkerhoff picking cantaloupe
  • BR-MW-C-8: 21: Cody Nelson picking watermelon
  • BR-MW-C-8: 22: Paul Nelson picking watermelon
  • BR-MW-C-8: 23: Cody Nelson picking watermelon
  • BR-MW-C-8: 24: Cody Nelson picking watermelon
BR-MW-C-9: photo log
  • BR-MW-C-9: 1-24: Utah's Famous Fruitway, Perry, Utah
  • BR-MW-C-9: 1: Robbie Brinkerhoff picking cantaloupe
  • BR-MW-C-9: 2: Robbie Brinkerhoff picking cantaloupe
  • BR-MW-C-9: 3: Jonathan Jeppsen catching a cantaloupe picked by Brinkerhoff
  • BR-MW-C-9: 4-7: Jeppsen and Brinkerhoff tossing cantaloupe
  • BR-MW-C-9: 8: Paul Nelson taps watermelon to see if it makes a hollow thud noise, which indicates it is ripe
  • BR-MW-C-9: 9: Paul Nelson eating watermelon
  • BR-MW-C-9: 10: Robbie Brinkerhoff eating watermelon
  • BR-MW-C-9: 11: Jonathan Jeppsen eating watermelon
  • BR-MW-C-9: 12: Pickers riding on the truck (MISSING)
  • BR-MW-C-9: 13: Field of tomatoes, cantaloupe, peppers, and watermelon
  • BR-MW-C-9: 14: Paul and Cody Nelson picking cantaloupe
  • BR-MW-C-9: 15: Paul and Cody Nelson picking cantaloupe
  • BR-MW-C-9: 16: Robbie Brinkerhoff picking cantaloupe
  • BR-MW-C-9: 17: Jonathan Jeppsen hauling a basket load of cantaloupe back to the truck
  • BR-MW-C-9: 18: Cody Nelson dumping a load of cantaloupe
  • BR-MW-C-9: 19: Paul Nelson with a truckload of cantaloupe
  • BR-MW-C-9: 20: Truckload of cantaloupe
  • BR-MW-C-9: 21: Unloading the truck at Nielson's Fruit Stand
  • BR-MW-C-9: 22: Unloading the truck at Nielson's Fruit Stand
  • BR-MW-C-9: 23: Unknown migrant worker boxing up apples
  • BR-MW-C-9: 24: Unknown migrant worker boxing up apples
BR-MW-C-10: photo log
  • BR-MW-C-10: 1-9: Utah's Famous Fruitway, Perry, Utah
  • BR-MW-C-10: 1: Clemente and Hugo Lemus standing in orchard
  • BR-MW-C-10: 2: Clemente Lemus showing peaches
  • BR-MW-C-10: 3: Orchard
  • BR-MW-C-10: 4: Clemente Lemus picking a nectarine
  • BR-MW-C-10: 5: Clemente Lemus tasting a nectarine
  • BR-MW-C-10: 6: Nectarine tree
  • BR-MW-C-10: 7: Orchard
  • BR-MW-C-10: 8: Clemente Lemus picking nectarines
  • BR-MW-C-10: 9: Hugo and Clemente Lemus in the orchard
  • BR-MW-C-10: 10: Tamara Zollinger making a wreath; Tremonton, Utah
  • BR-MW-C-10: 11: Tamara Zollinger making a wreath; Tremonton, Utah
  • BR-MW-C-10: 12: Wreaths in Zollinger's gift shop; Tremonton, Utah
  • BR-MW-C-10: 13: Wreaths in Zollinger's gift shop; Tremonton, Utah
  • BR-MW-C-10: 14: Zollinger's rose garden; Tremonton, Utah
  • BR-MW-C-10: 15-17: Zollinger cutting roses; Tremonton, Utah
  • BR-MW-C-10: 18: Zollinger's rose garden; Tremonton, Utah
  • BR-MW-C-10: 19: Zollinger making a wreath; Tremonton, Utah
  • BR-MW-C-10: 20: Zollinger making a wreath; Tremonton, Utah
  • BR-MW-C-10: 21: Zollinger showing her wreath; Tremonton, Utah
  • BR-MW-C-10: 22: Inside Zollinger barn; wood was soaked in the Zollinger pond so the contractor could arch the wood
BR-MW-C-11: photo log
  • BR-MW-C-11: 1-3: Holmgren Historical Farm, Tremonton, Utah
  • BR-MW-C-11: 1: Holmgren flat barn
  • BR-MW-C-11: 2: Initials of builders on the foundation of barn: Wane and David Holmgren
  • BR-MW-C-11: 3: Milking stalls in the basement of Holmgren barn
  • BR-MW-C-11: 4-21: Brigham City (Utah) Peach Days
  • BR-MW-C-11: 4: Intermountain Indian School float at Peach Days parade
  • BR-MW-C-11: 5: Intermountain Indian School float at Peach Days parade
  • BR-MW-C-11: 6: Peach Days parade float
  • BR-MW-C-11: 7: United Way float at Peach Days parade
  • BR-MW-C-11: 8: Peach Days parade float
  • BR-MW-C-11: 9: Peach Days Banner
  • BR-MW-C-11: 10: Window display of Peach Days t-shirts
  • BR-MW-C-11: 11: Window display of Peach Days t-shirts
  • BR-MW-C-11: 12: Peach cobbler booth
  • BR-MW-C-11: 13: Peach cobbler booth
  • BR-MW-C-11: 14: Fruit mosaic celebrating Brigham City's 150th birthday
  • BR-MW-C-11: 15: Fruit mosaic celebrating Brigham City's 150th birthday
  • BR-MW-C-11: 16: Concessionaire stand
  • BR-MW-C-11: 17: Mormon cricket booth
  • BR-MW-C-11: 18: Peach Days window display
  • BR-MW-C-11: 19: Motorcycle and Peach Days motorcycle show
  • BR-MW-C-11: 20: Making Dutch oven peach cobbler
  • BR-MW-C-11: 21: Making Dutch oven peach cobbler
1 12 Ward, Michael - CD PHOTO INDICES
BR-MW-CD-1: photo index
  • BR-MW-CD-1-1: BR-MW-C-7-01
  • BR-MW-CD-1-2: BR-MW-C-7-02
  • BR-MW-CD-1-3: BR-MW-C-7-05
  • BR-MW-CD-1-4: BR-MW-C-7-04
  • BR-MW-CD-1-5: BR-MW-C-7-03
  • BR-MW-CD-1-6: BR-MW-C-7-03
  • BR-MW-CD-1-7: BR-MW-C-7-06
  • BR-MW-CD-1-8: BR-MW-C-7-07
  • BR-MW-CD-1-9: BR-MW-C-7-09
  • BR-MW-CD-1-10: BR-MW-C-7-10
  • BR-MW-CD-1-11: BR-MW-C-7-08
  • BR-MW-CD-1-12-24: Michael Ward's PERSONAL photos
  • BR-MW-CD-1-25: BR-MW-C-5-16
  • BR-MW-CD-1-26: BR-MW-C-5-21
  • BR-MW-CD-1-27: BR-MW-C-5-19
  • BR-MW-CD-1-28: BR-MW-C-5-20
  • BR-MW-CD-1-29: BR-MW-C-5-02
  • BR-MW-CD-1-30: BR-MW-C-5-09
  • BR-MW-CD-1-31: BR-MW-C-5-10
  • BR-MW-CD-1-32: BR-MW-C-5-11
  • BR-MW-CD-1-33: BR-MW-C-5-08
  • BR-MW-CD-1-34: BR-MW-C-5-07
  • BR-MW-CD-1-35: BR-MW-C-5-06
  • BR-MW-CD-1-36: BR-MW-C-5-01
  • BR-MW-CD-1-37: BR-MW-C-5-04
  • BR-MW-CD-1-38: BR-MW-C-5-05
  • BR-MW-CD-1-39: BR-MW-C-5-03
  • BR-MW-CD-1-40: BR-MW-C-5-13
  • BR-MW-CD-1-41: BR-MW-C-5-12
  • BR-MW-CD-1-42: BR-MW-C-5-22
  • BR-MW-CD-1-43: BR-MW-C-5-15
  • BR-MW-CD-1-44: BR-MW-C-5-14
  • BR-MW-CD-1-45: BR-MW-C-5-18
  • BR-MW-CD-1-46: BR-MW-C-5-17
  • BR-MW-CD-1-47: BR-MW-C-5-23
  • BR-MW-CD-1-48: Michael Ward's PERSONAL photo
  • BR-MW-CD-1-49: BR-MW-C-3-24
  • BR-MW-CD-1-50: BR-MW-C-3-23
  • BR-MW-CD-1-51: BR-MW-C-3-22
  • BR-MW-CD-1-52: BR-MW-C-3-21
  • BR-MW-CD-1-53: BR-MW-C-3-20
  • BR-MW-CD-1-54: BR-MW-C-3-19
  • BR-MW-CD-1-55: BR-MW-C-3-18
  • BR-MW-CD-1-56: BR-MW-C-3-17
  • BR-MW-CD-1-57: BR-MW-C-3-16
  • BR-MW-CD-1-58: BR-MW-C-3-15
  • BR-MW-CD-1-59: BR-MW-C-3-14
  • BR-MW-CD-1-60: BR-MW-C-3-13
  • BR-MW-CD-1-61: BR-MW-C-3-12
  • BR-MW-CD-1-62: BR-MW-C-3-11
  • BR-MW-CD-1-63: BR-MW-C-3-10
  • BR-MW-CD-1-64: BR-MW-C-3-09
  • BR-MW-CD-1-65: BR-MW-C-3-08
  • BR-MW-CD-1-66: BR-MW-C-3-07
  • BR-MW-CD-1-67: BR-MW-C-3-06
  • BR-MW-CD-1-68: BR-MW-C-3-05
  • BR-MW-CD-1-69: BR-MW-C-3-04
  • BR-MW-CD-1-70: BR-MW-C-3-03
  • BR-MW-CD-1-71: BR-MW-C-3-02
  • BR-MW-CD-1-72: BR-MW-C-3-01
  • BR-MW-CD-1-73: BR-MW-C-6-01
  • BR-MW-CD-1-74: BR-MW-C-6-02
  • BR-MW-CD-1-75: BR-MW-C-6-07
  • BR-MW-CD-1-76: BR-MW-C-6-06
  • BR-MW-CD-1-77: BR-MW-C-6-05
  • BR-MW-CD-1-78: BR-MW-C-6-04
  • BR-MW-CD-1-79: BR-MW-C-6-03
  • BR-MW-CD-1-80: BR-MW-C-6-09
  • BR-MW-CD-1:81-82: Michael Ward's PERSONAL photos
  • BR-MW-CD-1-83: BR-MW-C-6-08
  • BR-MW-CD-1-84: BR-MW-C-2-12
  • BR-MW-CD-1-85: BR-MW-C-2-11
  • BR-MW-CD-1-86: BR-MW-C-2-10
  • BR-MW-CD-1-87: BR-MW-C-2-09
  • BR-MW-CD-1-88: BR-MW-C-2-08
  • BR-MW-CD-1-89: BR-MW-C-2-07
  • BR-MW-CD-1-90: BR-MW-C-2-06
  • BR-MW-CD-1-91: BR-MW-C-2-05
  • BR-MW-CD-1-92: BR-MW-C-2-04
  • BR-MW-CD-1-93: Michael Ward's PERSONAL photo
  • BR-MW-CD-1-94: BR-MW-C-2-03
  • BR-MW-CD-1-95: BR-MW-C-2-02
  • BR-MW-CD-1-96: BR-MW-C-2-01
  • BR-MW-CD-1: 97-102: Michael Ward's PERSONAL photos
  • BR-MW-CD-1-103: BR-MW-C-2-17
  • BR-MW-CD-1-104: BR-MW-C-2-16
  • BR-MW-CD-1-105: BR-MW-C-2-15
  • BR-MW-CD-1-106: BR-MW-C-2-13
  • BR-MW-CD-1-107: BR-MW-C-2-14
  • BR-MW-CD-1:108-113: Michael Ward's PERSONAL photos
  • BR-MW-CD-1-114: BR-MW-C-4-16
  • BR-MW-CD-1-115: BR-MW-C-4-17
  • BR-MW-CD-1-116: BR-MW-C-4-18
  • BR-MW-CD-1-117: BR-MW-C-4-19
  • BR-MW-CD-1-118: BR-MW-C-4-02
  • BR-MW-CD-1-119: BR-MW-C-4-03
  • BR-MW-CD-1-120: BR-MW-C-4-04
  • BR-MW-CD-1-121: BR-MW-C-4-05
  • BR-MW-CD-1-122: BR-MW-C-4-15
  • BR-MW-CD-1-123: BR-MW-C-4-14
  • BR-MW-CD-1-124: BR-MW-C-4-07
  • BR-MW-CD-1-125: BR-MW-C-4-13
  • BR-MW-CD-1-126: BR-MW-C-4-12
  • BR-MW-CD-1-127: BR-MW-C-4-06
  • BR-MW-CD-1-128: BR-MW-C-4-11
  • BR-MW-CD-1-129: BR-MW-C-4-10
  • BR-MW-CD-1-130: BR-MW-C-4-09
  • BR-MW-CD-1-131: BR-MW-C-4-08
  • BR-MW-CD-1-132: BR-MW-C-1-03
  • BR-MW-CD-1-133: BR-MW-C-1-04
  • BR-MW-CD-1-134: BR-MW-C-1-05
  • BR-MW-CD-1-135: BR-MW-C-1-06
  • BR-MW-CD-1-136: BR-MW-C-1-07
  • BR-MW-CD-1-137: BR-MW-C-1-08
  • BR-MW-CD-1-138: BR-MW-C-1-09
  • BR-MW-CD-1-139: BR-MW-C-1-10
  • BR-MW-CD-1-140: BR-MW-C-1-11
  • BR-MW-CD-1-141: BR-MW-C-1-12
  • BR-MW-CD-1-142: BR-MW-C-1-13
  • BR-MW-CD-1-143: BR-MW-C-1-14
  • BR-MW-CD-1-144: BR-MW-C-1-15
  • BR-MW-CD-1-145: BR-MW-C-1-16
  • BR-MW-CD-1-146: BR-MW-C-1-17
  • BR-MW-CD-1-147: BR-MW-C-1-18
  • BR-MW-CD-1-148: BR-MW-C-1-22
  • BR-MW-CD-1-149: BR-MW-C-1-23
  • BR-MW-CD-1-150: BR-MW-C-1-01
  • BR-MW-CD-1-151: BR-MW-C-1-21
  • BR-MW-CD-1-152: BR-MW-C-1-19
  • BR-MW-CD-1-153: BR-MW-C-1-24
  • BR-MW-CD-1-154: BR-MW-C-1-20
  • BR-MW-CD-1-155: BR-MW-C-1-02
BR-MW-CD-2: photo index
  • BR-MW-CD-2-1: BR-MW-C-8-01
  • BR-MW-CD-2-2: BR-MW-C-8-02
  • BR-MW-CD-2-3: BR-MW-C-8-03
  • BR-MW-CD-2-4: BR-MW-C-8-04
  • BR-MW-CD-2-5: BR-MW-C-8-05
  • BR-MW-CD-2-6: BR-MW-C-8-06
  • BR-MW-CD-2-7: BR-MW-C-8-07
  • BR-MW-CD-2-8: BR-MW-C-8-08
  • BR-MW-CD-2-9: BR-MW-C-8-09
  • BR-MW-CD-2-10: BR-MW-C-8-10
  • BR-MW-CD-2-11: BR-MW-C-8-11
  • BR-MW-CD-2-12: BR-MW-C-8-12
  • BR-MW-CD-2-13: BR-MW-C-8-13
  • BR-MW-CD-2-14: BR-MW-C-8-14
  • BR-MW-CD-2-15: BR-MW-C-8-15
  • BR-MW-CD-2-16: BR-MW-C-8-16
  • BR-MW-CD-2-17: BR-MW-C-8-17
  • BR-MW-CD-2-18: BR-MW-C-8-18
  • BR-MW-CD-2-19: BR-MW-C-8-19
  • BR-MW-CD-2-20: BR-MW-C-8-20
  • BR-MW-CD-2-21: BR-MW-C-8-21
  • BR-MW-CD-2-22: BR-MW-C-8-22
  • BR-MW-CD-2-23: BR-MW-C-8-23
  • BR-MW-CD-2-24: BR-MW-C-8-24
BR-MW-CD-3: photo index
  • BR-MW-CD-3-1: BR-MW-C-9-02
  • BR-MW-CD-3-2: BR-MW-C-9-01
  • BR-MW-CD-3-3: BR-MW-C-9-03
  • BR-MW-CD-3-4: BR-MW-C-9-04
  • BR-MW-CD-3-5: BR-MW-C-9-05
  • BR-MW-CD-3-6: BR-MW-C-9-06
  • BR-MW-CD-3-7: BR-MW-C-9-07
  • BR-MW-CD-3-8: BR-MW-C-9-08
  • BR-MW-CD-3-9: BR-MW-C-9-09
  • BR-MW-CD-3-10: BR-MW-C-9-10
  • BR-MW-CD-3-11: BR-MW-C-9-11
  • BR-MW-CD-3-12: BR-MW-C-9-12
  • BR-MW-CD-3-13: BR-MW-C-9-13
  • BR-MW-CD-3-14: BR-MW-C-9-14
  • BR-MW-CD-3-15: BR-MW-C-9-15
  • BR-MW-CD-3-16: BR-MW-C-9-16
  • BR-MW-CD-3-17: BR-MW-C-9-17
  • BR-MW-CD-3-18: BR-MW-C-9-18
  • BR-MW-CD-3-19: BR-MW-C-9-19
  • BR-MW-CD-3-20: BR-MW-C-9-20
  • BR-MW-CD-3-21: BR-MW-C-9-21
  • BR-MW-CD-3-22: BR-MW-C-9-22
  • BR-MW-CD-3-23: BR-MW-C-9-23
  • BR-MW-CD-3-24: BR-MW-C-9-24
BR-MW-CD-4: photo index
  • BR-MW-CD-4-1: BR-MW-C-10-01
  • BR-MW-CD-4-2: BR-MW-C-10-02
  • BR-MW-CD-4-3: BR-MW-C-10-03
  • BR-MW-CD-4-4: [No Image]
  • BR-MW-CD-4-5: BR-MW-C-10-04
  • BR-MW-CD-4-6: BR-MW-C-10-05
  • BR-MW-CD-4-7: BR-MW-C-10-06
  • BR-MW-CD-4-8: BR-MW-C-10-07
  • BR-MW-CD-4-9: BR-MW-C-10-08
  • BR-MW-CD-4-10: [No Image]
  • BR-MW-CD-4-11: BR-MW-C-10-09
  • BR-MW-CD-4-12: BR-MW-C-10-10
  • BR-MW-CD-4-13: BR-MW-C-10-11
  • BR-MW-CD-4-14: BR-MW-C-10-12
  • BR-MW-CD-4-15: BR-MW-C-10-13
  • BR-MW-CD-4-16: BR-MW-C-10-14
  • BR-MW-CD-4-17: BR-MW-C-10-15
  • BR-MW-CD-4-18: BR-MW-C-10-16
  • BR-MW-CD-4-19: BR-MW-C-10-17
  • BR-MW-CD-4-20: BR-MW-C-10-18
  • BR-MW-CD-4-21: BR-MW-C-10-19
  • BR-MW-CD-4-22: BR-MW-C-10-20
  • BR-MW-CD-4-23: BR-MW-C-10-21
  • BR-MW-CD-4-24: BR-MW-C-10-22
BR-MW-CD-5: photo index
  • BR-MW-CD-5-1: BR-MW-C-11-01
  • BR-MW-CD-5-2: BR-MW-C-11-02
  • BR-MW-CD-5-3: BR-MW-C-11-03
  • BR-MW-CD-5-4: [No Image]
  • BR-MW-CD-5-5: BR-MW-C-11-04
  • BR-MW-CD-5-6: BR-MW-C-11-05
  • BR-MW-CD-5-7: BR-MW-C-11-06
  • BR-MW-CD-5-8: BR-MW-C-11-07
  • BR-MW-CD-5-9: BR-MW-C-11-08
  • BR-MW-CD-5-10: BR-MW-C-11-09
  • BR-MW-CD-5-11: [No Image]
  • BR-MW-CD-5-12: BR-MW-C-11-10
  • BR-MW-CD-5-13: BR-MW-C-11-11
  • BR-MW-CD-5-14: BR-MW-C-11-12
  • BR-MW-CD-5-15: BR-MW-C-11-13
  • BR-MW-CD-5-16: BR-MW-C-11-14
  • BR-MW-CD-5-17: BR-MW-C-11-15
  • BR-MW-CD-5-18: BR-MW-C-11-16
  • BR-MW-CD-5-19: [No Image]
  • BR-MW-CD-5-20: BR-MW-C-11-17
  • BR-MW-CD-5-21: BR-MW-C-11-18
  • BR-MW-CD-5-22: BR-MW-C-11-19
  • BR-MW-CD-5-23: BR-MW-C-11-20
  • BR-MW-CD-5-24: BR-MW-C-11-21
1 13 Williams, Randy
BR-RW-C-1: photo log
  • BR-RW-C-1: 1: (12 September 2001) Memorial service on the quad at Utah State University in remembrance of the terrorist attack against the United States on 11 September 2001; west view toward Old Main; Logan, Utah
  • BR-RW-C-1: 2: (12 September 2001) Memorial service on the quad at Utah State University in remembrance of the terrorist attack against the United States on 11 September 2001; west view toward Old Main; Logan, Utah
  • BR-RW-C-1: 3: (12 September 2001) Memorial service on the quad at Utah State University in remembrance of the terrorist attack against the United States on 11 September 2001; west view toward Old Main; Logan, Utah
  • BR-RW-C-1: 4: (12 September 2001) Memorial service on the quad at Utah State University in remembrance of the terrorist attack against the United States on 11 September 2001; view of tree with white ribbon attached, outside the Merrill Library; Logan, Utah
  • BR-RW-C-1: 5: Saigon Restaurant sign, 1085 ½ North Main Street, Logan, Utah
  • BR-RW-C-1: 6: Saigon Restaurant front, 1085 ½ North Main Street, Logan, UT
  • BR-RW-C-1: 6A: Saigon Restaurant door awning, 1085 ½ North Main Street, Logan, Utah
  • BR-RW-C-1: 7A: Interior shot of Saigon Restaurant, 1085 ½ North Main Street, Logan, Utah
  • BR-RW-C-1: 8A: Interior shot of Saigon Restaurant, includes newspaper article about the Lion Dance; 1085 ½ North Main Street, Logan, Utah
  • BR-RW-C-1: 9A-16A: Lion head owned by the restaurant; taken at the Saigon Restaurant, 1085 ½ North Main Street, Logan, Utah; the lion head is stored at the restaurant
  • BR-RW-C-1: 17A-18A: Lion head with Amanda Buong (4) and Vivian Pham (4); taken at the Saigon Restaurant, 1085 1/2 North Main Street, Logan, Utah; the lion head is stored at the restaurant
  • BR-RW-C-1: 19A: 2001 Utah State University Homecoming week activities sign; USU campus, Logan, Utah
  • BR-RW-C-1: 20A: 2001 Utah State University Homecoming week activities sign, showcasing "True Aggie" night; USU campus, Logan, Utah
  • BR-RW-C-1: 21A-36A: VOID
BR-RW-C-2: photo log
  • BR-RW-C-2: 1: The Lion Dance at the Whittier Center, Logan, Utah, with Mr. Quant Nham as head
  • BR-RW-C-2: 2: Funny man (trickster) with Lion in the background; Logan, Utah
  • BR-RW-C-2: 3: Lion Dance at New Year Celebration, 1993; Logan, Utah
  • BR-RW-C-2: 4: Lion Dance, with funny man; Logan, Utah
1 14 Williams, Randy - CD PHOTO INDEX
BR-RW-CD-1: photo index
  • BR-RW-CD-1-3: BR-RW-C-1-01
  • BR-RW-CD-1-4: BR-RW-C-1-02
  • BR-RW-CD-1-5: BR-RW-C-1-03
  • BR-RW-CD-1-6: BR-RW-C-1-04
  • BR-RW-CD-1-7: BR-RW-C-1-05
  • BR-RW-CD-1-8: BR-RW-C-1-06
  • BR-RW-CD-1-9: BR-RW-C-1-06A
  • BR-RW-CD-1-10: BR-RW-C-1-07A
  • BR-RW-CD-1-11: BR-RW-C-1-08A
  • BR-RW-CD-1-12: BR-RW-C-1-09A
  • BR-RW-CD-1-13: BR-RW-C-1-10A
  • BR-RW-CD-1-14: BR-RW-C-1-11A
  • BR-RW-CD-1-15: BR-RW-C-1-12A
  • BR-RW-CD-1-16: BR-RW-C-1-13A
  • BR-RW-CD-1-17: BR-RW-C-1-14A
  • BR-RW-CD-1-18: BR-RW-C-1-15A
  • BR-RW-CD-1-19: BR-RW-C-1-16A
  • BR-RW-CD-1-20: BR-RW-C-1-17A
  • BR-RW-CD-1-21: BR-RW-C-1-18A
  • BR-RW-CD-1-22: BR-RW-C-1-19A
  • BR-RW-CD-1-23: BR-RW-C-1-20A
2 1 Barsness, Sarah - COLOR PRINT PHOTO LOGS
2 2 Duskin-Goede, Lisa - COLOR PRINT PHOTO LOGS
2 3 Graham, Andrea - COLOR PRINT PHOTO LOGS
2 4 Jorgensen, Andrew - COLOR PRINT PHOTO LOGS
2 5 Livingston, Terry - COLOR PRINT PHOTO LOGS
SUB-SERIES B: Photographs
Box
1 Prints and Negatives
BR-AG-C-1:: color prints
BR-AG-C-1:: negative strips
BR-AG-C-2:: color prints
BR-AG-C-2:: negative strips
BR-AG-C-3:: color prints
BR-AG-C-3:: negative strips
BR-AG-C-4:: color prints
BR-AG-C-4:: negative strips
BR-AG-C-5:: color prints
BR-AG-C-5:: negative strips
BR-AG-C-6:: color prints
BR-AG-C-6:: negative strips
BR-AG-C-7:: color prints
BR-AG-C-7:: negative strips
2 Prints and Negatives
BR-AG-C-8: color prints
BR-AG-C-8: negative strips
BR-AG-C-9: color prints
BR-AG-C-9: negative strips
BR-AG-C-10:: color prints
BR-AG-C-10:: negative strips
BR-AG-C-11:: color prints
BR-AG-C-11:: negative strips
BR-AG-C-12:: color prints
BR-AG-C-12:: negative strips
BR-AG-C-13:: color prints
BR-AG-C-13:: negative strips
BR-AG-C-14:: color prints
BR-AG-C-14:: negative strips
BR-AG-C-15:: color prints
BR-AG-C-15:: negative strips
3 Prints and Negatives
BR-SH-C-1:: color prints
BR-SH-C-1:: negative strips
BR-SH-C-2:: color prints
BR-SH-C-2:: negative strips
BR-SH-C-3:: color prints
BR-SH-C-3:: negative strips
BR-SH-C-4:: color prints
BR-SH-C-4:: negative strips
BR-SH-C-5:: color prints
BR-SH-C-5:: negative strips
BR-SH-C-6:: color prints
BR-SH-C-6:: negative strips
BR-SH-C-7:: color prints
BR-SH-C-7:: negative strips
BR-SH-C-8:: color prints
BR-SH-C-8:: negative strips
BR-SH-C-9:: color prints
BR-SH-C-9:: negative strips
BR-SH-C-10:: color prints
BR-SH-C-10:: negative strips
4 Prints and Negatives
BR-RP-C-1: color prints
BR-RP-C-1: negative strips
BR-RP-C-2: color prints
BR-RP-C-2: negative strips (2 pages)
BR-RP-C-3: color prints
BR-RP-C-3: negative strips
BR-ET-C-1: color prints
BR-ET-C-1: negative strips
BR-ET-C-2: color prints
BR-ET-C-2: negative strips
BR-ET-C-3: color prints
BR-ET-C-3: negative strips (2 pages)
BR-ET-C-4: color prints
BR-ET-C-4: negative strips (2 pages)
BR-ET-C-5: color prints
BR-ET-C-5: negative strips
5 Prints and Negatives
BR-ET-C-6: color prints
BR-ET-C-6: negative strips
BR-ET-C-6A: color prints
BR-ET-C-6A: negative strips (2 pages)
BR-ET-C-7: color prints
BR-ET-C-7: negative strips
BR-ET-C-7A: color prints
BR-ET-C-7A: negative prints (2 pages)
BR-ET-C-8: color prints
BR-ET-C-8: negative strips
BR-ET-C-9: color prints
BR-ET-C-9: negative strips
BR-ET-C-10: color prints
BR-ET-C-10: negative strips
BR-ET-B-1: black and white contact sheet
BR-ET-B-1: negative strips
6 Prints and Negatives
BR-MW-C-1: color prints
BR-MW-C-1: negative strips
BR-MW-C-2: color prints
BR-MW-C-2: negative strips
BR-MW-C-3: color prints
BR-MW-C-3: negative strips
BR-MW-C-4: color prints
BR-MW-C-4: negative strips
BR-MW-C-5: color prints
BR-MW-C-5: negative strips
BR-MW-C-6: color prints
BR-MW-C-6: negative strips
BR-MW-C-7: color prints
BR-MW-C-7: negative strips
BR-MW-C-8: color prints
BR-MW-C-8: negative strips
BR-MW-C-9: color prints
BR-MW-C-9: negative strips
BR-MW-C-10: color prints
BR-MW-C-10: negative strips
BR-MW-C-11: color prints
BR-MW-C-11: negative strips
BR-RW-C-1: color prints
BR-RW-C-1: negative strips
BR-RW-C-2: color prints
BR-RW-C-2: NEGATIVES MISSING
7 Digital Photographs
BR-AG-CD-1
BR-AG-CD-2
BR-AG-CD-3
BR-AG-CD-4
BR-AG-CD-5
BR-AG-CD-[1-5]
BR-SH-CD-1
BR-SH-CD-2
BR-SH-CD-3
BR-SH-CD-[1-3]
BR-RP-CD-1
BR-ET-CD-1
BR-ET-CD-2
BR-ET-CD-3
BR-ET-CD-4
BR-ET-CD-[1-4]
BR-MW-CD-1
BR-MW-CD-2
BR-MW-CD-3
BR-MW-CD-4
BR-MW-CD-5
BR-MW-CD-[1-5]
BR-RW-CD-1
BR-MISC-CD-1: Franklin County Miscellaneous Historical Photos: Franklin County, Idaho (sent by John Hamilton, Economic Development for Franklin County)
8 Prints and Negatives: Oneida County: Idaho (Sarah Barsness)
9 Prints and Negatives: Franklin County: Idaho (Lisa Duskin-Goede)
10 Prints and Negatives: Franklin County: Idaho (Lisa Duskin-Goede)
11 Prints and Negatives: Various Counties: Idaho (Andrea Graham)
12 Prints and Negatives: Bear Lake County: Idaho (Andrew Jorgensen)
13 Prints and Negatives: Caribou County: Idaho (Terry Livingston)

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SERIES VI:  MAPS AND ILLUSTRATIONS
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
1 Utah
Folder
1 Bear River Heritage Area Map
2 Official Map of Golden Spike National Historic Site
3 Logan River Water User's Association Canal System
4 "All-American Schoolhouses": an illustrated guide to making a "school-house" quilt
5 "Bear Lake": book of illustrations and drawings by Paul A. Spence (donated by Doug Spence); drawings of old structures in the Bear Lake area
2 Idaho
Folder
1 Oneida County, Idaho Map.
2 Franklin County, Idaho (Big Sky) Maps.
3 Hand drawn map by Wendell Smith of Wendell Smith Ranch, Bear River Canyon (Franklin County), Idaho 16 September 2003.
4 Hand-drawn map by Wendell Smith of Wendell Smith Gold Hill Ranch and adjoining property, (Franklin County) 6 September 2003.
5 Hand-drawn and colored map by Wendell Smith of Blackfoot Reservoir 10 June 1998.
1 Hand-drawn and colored map by Wendell Smith of Devil's Hill and some of the early pioneers and settlers that made their homes along Strawberry and Mink Creek 10 June 2002.

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SERIES VII:  FINAL PRODUCTS
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
Folder
1 1 Bear River Heritage Area: Blessed by water worked, by hand
1 2 Video cassette of fieldwork presentations
1 3 PowerPoint presentation; Culture Themes in the Bear River Heritage Area
Summer 2002

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SERIES VIII:  PUBLICATIONS
Description
Dates
No. 1: Box Elder (UT) County: Box Elder County: Historical Photo Tour, Utah Statehood Centennial Edition 1996.
No. 2 : Oneida (ID) County: Generations: Coming Home, Samaria, Idaho, 1868-1998, Cookbook, Samaria Improvement District 1997.
No. 3 : Bear Lake, Franklin, Oneida (ID) Counties: A Collection of Biographies for Bear Lake, Franklin and Oneida Counties, Idaho, From Settlement to 1916, complied by Glenys J. Rasmussen 2003.
No. 4 : Franklin (ID) County: Going Fishing!! Been Fishing . . . And Stories In Between: The Falls . . . The Upper End of Riverdale, Wendell H. Smith
Signed by author.
1990.
No. 5 : Franklin (ID) County: Here We Go Again: A Surprised Bear in the Big Horn Crags in Idaho: Stories of Fun, Fishing and Friends, Vol II, Wendell H. Smith
Signed by author.
1991.
No. 6 : Franklin (ID) County: Friends, Pioneers, Indians, Fossils: More Stores about Fun, Fishing, People and Adventure, Vol. III, Wendell H. Smith
Signed by author.
1994.
No. 7 : Franklin (ID) County: People Stories, 1900-1996: From the Hay Burners of 1900 to the Fuel Burners of 1996, They Work, Play and Live on the Idaho End of Cache Valley, Enjoying their Rich Western Heritage, Vol IV, Wendell H. Smith
Signed by author.
1996.
No. 8 : Franklin (ID) & Cache (UT) County: Boating The Bear: An Intro to the Bear River System for Users of Unpowered Watercraft, Jim Boone, Ed. 1992.
No. 9 : Franklin (ID): The Bear River Massacre (Video), A Michael Mills Documentary Film 2000.

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Subjects

    • Personal Names :
    • Hall, Cindy.  ( contributor)
    • Williams, Randy, 1961-  ( contributor)
    • Geographical Names :
    • Bear River Area (Utah-Idaho)--Folklore.
    • Bear River Area (Utah-Idaho)--History.
    • Box Elder County (Utah)--Folklore.
    • Box Elder County (Utah)--History.
    • Cache County (Utah)--Folklore.
    • Cache County (Utah)--History.
    • Rich County (Utah)--Folklore.
    • Rich County (Utah)--History.

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