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    • 1898, memoranda 5

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    • Memoranda: 1898 Index., Went with R.M. Rogers Jan. 19th at Rockville “24 “ “ Virgen. Sold my Photo outfit Feb. 1st. Went to St. George March. 5th to 17th Apr. 21 to 24th. June 27 to 30th. Started to the Ranch with team Mar. 23rd. Aug...
    • 1898, cash account 3

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    • Cash Account. March.: Date. 29 from J. Winder flour 50 lbs. Received. 1.50 harvested July 29th & 30th Aug. 15th Diagram of the wheat patch on Big Meadows March 31st 1898 plowed last fall oct 97. Mar. 31-98 harrowed in on plowed ground ...
    • 1898, cash account 13

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    • XCash Account. XAugust. 5 Oh I must cease my moaning My troubles meekly bear For there is one above us, That listens to our prayer. Chorus. 6 And on the day of reckoning When time shall be no more, He’ll take us up to glory, To...
    • 1899, letters 1

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    • Letters.: 1899. Rec’d. Name. Answered. Jan. Wm Ruesch, .02 2nd. 1898 Dec. 4th Z.T. Draper. .02 4th Jan. 8th 1899. E.G. Crawford .02 22nd 98. Sept. Erastus Olsen .03 12th 1899 Jan. 11 R.M. Rogers .02 12th card American Nation Co.,...
    • 1900, cash account 11

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    • Cash Account. June.: Date. Received. Paid. 11 loaned to S.K. Crawford, 40.50 Oct 31st. Paid 10.00 Nov 16th “ Cow) 20.00 For the six mouths ending June 30th 1900. Recd. & spent. 93.90 52.09 52.09 Gain ---41.81
    • 1900, bills payable 6

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    • Bills Payable. XNovember.: Date. Name. Dolls. Cts. Receivable. Oct 18.25 Date. 18th Thurs. above [D. Esplin] 1.00 19” Fri. “ 1.00 20” Sat. “ 1.00 21st Sun. “ 1.00 $19.00 22nd Mon. “ 1.00 Tues. 23th no work 23.25 24 Wed....
    • 1903, Aug 27

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    • Thurs. Aug. 27, 1903: Ther. Warm., Wea. Clear, George Carroll and Robert Cox were here to dinner today. Myron came about two pm we moved down to the forks of the Canyon. near my camp of July 30th to August 11th last year.96) Friday 28: Ther. Warm...
    • 1903, Sep 10

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    • Thurs. Sept. 10, 1903: + Ther. Pleasant., Wea. windy, Clear, thin clds in evening. The sheep fed about all day. Jacob camped with me last night and started for home this morning. I am following one day behind Walter, we are going over to School...
    • 1905, Jul 15

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    • Sat. July 15, 1905: Ther. Warm., Wea. Thin clds. (I wonder where I will be and what I will be doing on this day? Written Oct. 30th 1904. W.L.C.) Here I am in Comanche Co., O.T. With Elder A.W. Jack. We took Mr. Shorts’ rig and visited the...
    • 1906, Nov 27 1904

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    • Names and addresses: Wm. L. Crawford Springdale. Names and addresses of people who have provided me with food and shelter while [on] my mission to the Central States. November 1904. 27 Waldron, Kansas 28-29th paid for Hotels, Okla. 30th Henry...
    • Page 36

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    • FRANCIS WEBSTER Biography 1830 - 1906 Francis Wehster was horn February 8, 1830, in Sutor, near Wymondham, County of Norfolk, England. He was baptized into the L.D.S. Church in April 1848. and left England for Sydney, New South Wales. Australia, J...
    • Page 90

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    • CHARLES M. HEYBORNE Biography 1848 - 1935 Charles McMillan Heyborne was born in Launceston, Van Demansland, Tasmania, on t h e 21st of J a n u a r y , 1848, t h e son of John and Sarah Ann McMillan Heyborne. His f a t h e r was an English officer...
    • Page 94

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    • made a motion that we have a committee of three to ascertain where land is to be obtained that can be used to put some of the high water on. Carried unanimously. On motion of J . R . Chaffin that we have an expression of those who want land and...
    • Page 474

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    • labors, and reverently called upon Him to bless u s in the i u t u r e and to enable u s to maintain ourselves in this desert land, also to protect u s from the wiley Indian and help u s to accomplish the mission we were sent to perform, namely,...
    • Page 195

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    • Next day, June 18, 1857, twenty-five brethren from Utah arrived in St. Louis on missions to the i e States, Europe, and Afiica. They reported f others who had not arrived in St. Louis. The whole of them had crossed the plains with handcarts and...
    • Page 254

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    • weather had suddenly become very warm and the melting snow was pouring down Coal Creek in torrents, the stream having already reached a higher point than ever known before. AU the dams previously built across the creek for inigation purposes had...
    • Employee group photo

    • Utah Parks Company--Employees; Bryce Canyon Lodge (Garfield County, Utah)
    • Group photo of Bryce Canyon Lodge employees. Third row, from left: 1st Melda Davis, 2nd Norma Keeler. Fourth row, from left: 3rd Amplis Lefevre, 4th Chris Wallace, 15th Gloria Thomas. Fifth row, from left: 7th Alice ?, 13th ? Jolley, 14th Rhett...
    • Page 124

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    • No pirates no princesses 119 I: I‘ll make you a copy. Transcript 3: September, 2008, interviewed in person in Laguna Beach, CA I: Okay, we are here on Sept. 13th with E.S. E: Hello. I: Thank you so much for taking the time today. E: My...

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