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Hunter, Euphamia Cedar City, Iron Co.
Isom, Annie May Virgin City, Washington Co.
Isom, Kate Vilate "
Jones, Lamoni Lunt Cedar City, Iron Co.
Linder, John "
Lungren, Mrs. Gurli "
Pace, William H...
39 STATE NORMAL SCHOOL.
Melling, Margaret Cedar City, Iron County
Middleton, Marie Cedar City, Iron County
Morris, Cora Parowan, Iron County
Morris, Lena Isabelle Parowan, Iron County
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Bullock, Robert Cedar City
Church, Zera Panguitch
Clark, Mamie Provo
Clark, Venice Provo
Findley, Donald Kanab
Foster, Hazel Caliente
Haight, Orson Cedar City
Hall, Ethel Cedar City
Jessup, Ina Cedar...
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Evans, Eva Parowan, Utah
Fife, Arthur Cedar City, Utah
Fletcher, John Cannonville, Utah
Granger, Walter Cedar City, Utah
Hatch, Melt………………………………. Panguitch, Utah
Higbee, Gwendolin Cedar...
April 17, 1924.. .Committee on Police and Public Safety reported t h a t sign posts for s t r e e t crossings and corners would be p u t up immediately. May 1 , 1924.. . D r . Green was present and suggested that the s t r e e t , known as the...
Cast II Trovatore
Inez . . . .
Azucena (Mother Gypsy)
Manrico . . . .
County di Luna .
L. F. Luke
J. C. Wright
Christensen, Eugene City and County Building Erected City Hearse "City Parade Corry, Andrew
1943 i n the 1930's" Flour M i l l " Built 1879
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Cooperative Mercantile Mill "Co-op
"Model 'T' Ford"
Corry, Elias M.
Range management--Dixie National Forest (Utah); Grazing; Congressmen; John's Valley (Garfield County, Utah)
Congressman Walter K. Granger stands in crested wheatgrass knee high on the Widtsoe Resettlement area in John's Valley. This grass was planted by the Forest Service 4 years ago. 500 acres of this grass furnished excellent grazing for 200 head of...
Dec. 16. 1920.. .Marshal Nelson asked permission to purchase bedding, stove pipe, and bucket for the City Jail. Jan. 7 . 1921.. .Resolutions passed by various civic and Council members to inforce the ordinance in regard to sanitation, the dog...
education should fit us into life, will-ing
workers in its sometimes hard
processes, patient in our search for
its truths, avoiding vanity and the
other hypocricies which, if they
fasten themselves upon us, leave
us hardly worth burying. Down...
Don Jose .