Typed on reverse side: "This is the remarkable stone face, a remnant of [the] erosion [of] the lava flow which looks so startlingly like the profile of the Prophet Joseph Smith grown older and heavier. This silent watcher has looked over the...
Palmer, William R., 1877-1960; Indians of North America; Southern Paiute Indians; Southern Paiute Indians--Portraits;
Mee-se-bats, daughter of Chief Kanarra, last of the Tave-at-sooks tribe, wife of Wypoots; Kanarraville, Iron County, Utah. Mee-se-bats means measles, the disease which left her blind. She was a midwife and remembered the coming of the Mormons in...
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William R. Palmer
How The Eagle Became Bald-headed
It sometimes happened in the long ago that some living thing went bad and became a source of trouble to all the others. Sometimes they wrought so much sorrow and...
Beef cattle; Livestock; Southwest Utah Livestock Show--Cedar City (Iron County, Utah)
Nina Rue Yardley of Beaver with the Grand Champion fat steer, which she sold in the auction ring to Neil and Ollie's Market and Bill's Grocery for $0.85 a pound. Shown here with Miss Yardley are left to right, Neil Carter and Olaf Olofson,...
People; Livestock; Southwest Utah Livestock Show--Cedar City (Iron County, Utah)
Robert Delaney, 4-H boy of Cedar City, is justifiably proud of his 4-H project which he is exhibiting at the Southern Utah Livestock Show. Robert was given a past grand champion Hampshire lamb two years ago for the project, and pictured here is...
Beef cattle; Livestock; 4-H clubs; Southwest Utah Livestock Show--Cedar City (Iron County, Utah)
Carolyn Lamb, right, exhibitor of this fine fat steer, which won Reserve Champion honors at the Livestock Show, displays the animal to Harold Bowman of Jacobs Lake Lodge, Arizona, who paid $0.64 per pound at the auction. Miss Lamb is a 4-H...
traced back to this event.) The Freshmen sponsored an assembly...
which is comparable to the Sophomore Zion trip. And as all...
Note the following facts:
The Juniors have par-ticipated
in all activities
at the B. A. C. this year.
A number of the Junior
boys belong to the high
school football and bas-ketball
squads. The Junior
president, with the aid of