Stoney did not assume the title of professor. He was, however, an energetic worker as a leader in choir and church work, and raised the standard of the choir equal with any in Southern Utah. He was also the leader of Beaver's, first Brass Band....
Matheson, Bain Parowan
McEwen, Hortense Panguitch
McConnell, Gladys Cedar City
Pendleton, Leuella Cedar City
Perkins, Irene Monticello
Perrie, Louie Cedar City
Pryor, Ruth Cedar City
Rowley, Estella M Parowan
Smith, H eber E...
Thurs. Feb. 23, 1905: Ther. Pleasant., Cooler Wea. thin clds. heavy “ We worked west to the Coralea line then south two miles took dinner with B.H. Hooker, visited the trustees got permission to hold a meeting in the New Line school house. were...
Names and addresses: February 1905. - M.A. Hillaker J.M. Elrod Shrewder 15- Frank Thomason Reed. David Kennedy Russell. 16- E.G. Nelson 17-19- John Nall Coralea 20- Another night with Uncle Sam in the Red Hill school-house this time. 21-...
Utah Parks Company--Employees; Zion National Park (Washington County, Utah)
Dedication of Zion Visitor Center, from left: 1st Art Bells, 2nd Tom Murray, 3rd Bain Matheson. "Uncle" Bain Matheson, as he was known by all the kids in the parks, would do a deep pit barbeque for the employees once a year, as well as on special...
Kaibab National Forest (Arizona); Grand Canyon National Park (Arizona)
V. T. Tourist Park during winter months of 1927-1928. It is on the Kaibab Forest along the road kept open that winter while the Grand Canyon Lodge was under construction. William S. Rust ran the tourist park.