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    • 1898, addresses 2

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    • Addresses.: Feb. 10 sent H.A. Gripp post. Cab photo. 04 Tyrone, Pa. 10 Dr. B.I. Shores. 02 Harmon Black, S.L. City 10 Mrs. H.J. Jennings 02 Taylor, Ariz 8 Photo mat-Co., 02 Rochester, N.Y. 15 Chas Missig 02 Sterling, Utah 19 Erastus Olsen...
    • 1899, memoranda 5

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    • Memoranda: John A. Winder paid $7.25 coupon. on our tie account some time about march. Photos sent to W.E. Green. Eden, Ill. 1. 5x8 looking up the Canyon from Parker hill 2. 5x8 Hurricane Dam & Tie Camp W. Creek 1 cab. W.L. & D. Crawford,...
    • 1899, cash account 1

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    • Cash Account. January.: Date. Received. Paid. on hand Jan. 1st 1899. 1st. Photo material. 2 day D. plates 4 ½ x 6 ½. 1.80 1 grass Aristo. plat. paper Cab. 2.00 300 Cab. cards 3.00 75 small cards .50 Developing and toning material about ...
    • 1899, cash account 9

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    • Cash Account. August.: Date. Received. Paid. outside 5th 25 Cards 4x5 18 oz. for 4 5 ½ x 6 ¼ .45 “ “ 16 oz for Cab. .40 19th On Fa Manilla .40 19th 1 set Guitar Strings .40 “ “ “ Book 1.50 “ “ Post & insurance. ...
    • 1899, cash account 15

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    • Cash Account. December.: Date. Received. Paid. 6 M.I. fund .25 7 2 day Dry Plates 1.08 7 50 cards .44 7 Burnisher M.W. & Co. 10in 6.00 7 W.R.C. 6.00 8 C.F. Powder .25 8 Tithing cash 1.50 17 for music 200 songs .10 print paper 2 day cab...
    • 1901, cash account 19

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    • Cash Account. November.: Date. Received. Paid. 7th Shingle & shave .40 9” J.L. Robinson 67.65 9” Bounty for coyote 1.00 9 cartridges 32-40 .65 9 guitar string .05 9 cheese .30 9 soap .05 13 to Browning Bros. .80 18 Jos Crawford 4.00 ...
    • 1903, bills payable 5

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    • Bills Payable. May.: Date. Name. Dolls. Cts. Orderville Coop 10-17. 2 doz. Cramers Crown Dry Plates 5x7 2.70 “ 1 doz “ “ “ “ Banner 1.35 4.05 Carried over C.R. savage post paid 1 gross Cab. paper 2.16 1 lb. Hypo and catalogue .34 ...
    • 1910, page 78

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    • Record of Negative Exposures: Date. No. of Slide Plate or Film Time of Day Stop Exposure Subject, notes on lighting, etc. No. of Negative 1910 Jan 10 Cramer Crown 11 am A Hurricane townsight Clear light good Feb 6 Standard ex. 1-30 ...
    • 1910, page 80

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    • Record of Negative Exposures: Date No. of Slide Plate or Film Time of Day Light Stop Exposure Subject, notes on lighting, etc. No. of Negative Apr 6- Standard Ex. 3 pm C US 4 ½ Baby Mr. Edith Little. ¼ Cab. 19 Hammer Record 6 pm B 64...
    • 1908, cash account Nov 29

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    • Cash Account. Nov.-Dec.: Received. Paid. Photos T. Hepworth 4.00 C. Ruesch .15 25 cards S.R. Co .50 Standard Diary for 1908 MW & Co., .45 25 Cards M.W. & Co., .50 Post paid 62 cards J.M.S. 1.25 1 gross paper sec 1.00 Rule 1 ft .30 ...
    • 1908, cash account Dec 6

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    • Cash Account. December.: Received. Paid. Parker Pen Co 1.35 M. Order Fee. .05 corn Sheller S.R. Co 2.50 Xmas post cards .25 7 qts cole oil .65 J.M.S. Oval Slides 5x7 1set. .38 Platin Sec. 1 tube .45 3 doz. Cab. Amper paper .42 post and...
    • Page 338

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    • CEDAR CITY MAIN STREET The winter of 1 9 4 9 "Snow, and more snowl1 Taken from 50 North Main, looking southwest The . --. . meters ..were installed in 1946 and removed in Parking. -. 1980. The first public water fountains were installed on Main...
    • Page 356

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    • information that cars must park 12" back from curb. 2 . They want a red zone in front of the theatres designated a s a loading zone when theatres are not in use. 3 . They want to know why the parking area back of Thornton Drug is not leveled off...
    • Page 399

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    • Excerpts from Cedar City Council Minutes Jan. 3, 1966.. .The City Council met in the Court Room of the City and County Building a t high noon, for the purpose of swearing in the new Mayor and Councilmen. The Oath of Office was administered by Kumen...
    • Page 499

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    • cox: Box: Cox: How can t h a t be! You proposed to h e r first! Yes. But then you--now don't let u s begin again-Go on. [Resumes the l e t t e r ) "Poor M r s . Wiggins went out for a s h o r t excursion in a sailing boat--a sudden and violent...
    • Page 181

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    • a large and prosperous business. When I first left B~rmingham 1850, he predicted that I would return in in rags and tatters like the prodigal son, but in this he found himselfvery much mistaken. When I entered his place of business, as soon as he...
    • Page 328

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    • a change of labor would be a rest and profitable to my bodily health, so 1 wrote to President Taylor on the subject and it met his approval and, owing to my poor sight, thought it would be a good plan to take my wife, Ellen, with me and that we...
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    • loved so well. They are kind old people and do al1 in their power to make us comfortable. Soon afier our arrival here, we were informed of the death of a favorite uncle of Aunt Ellen's near Liverpool. On learning of our arrival ffom America, we...
    • Accident

    • Iron mines and mining--Iron County (Utah); Mining machinery; Utah International, Inc.
    • On 28 February, 1950 at 9:38 a.m. an accident occured in which Leonard Dalton was killed while driving the TKD-80, and Pat Peterson was seriously injured driving the TKD-218. Cause of the accident was attributed to human error. Picture shows the...

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