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    • 1901, Aug 19

    • 1901, Aug 19
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    • Mon. Aug. 19, 1901: Ther. Cooler, 74., 4-30 pm Wea. Rain I went to the Chicago Dental parlors of 159 ½ Main St. and made arrangements for a set of teeth to be finished tomorrow after noon, I got two teeth filled. 76) Tuesday 20: Ther. Pleasant.,...
    • 1904, Nov 23

    • 1904, Nov 23
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    • Wed. Nov. 23, 1904: Ther. Pleasant., Wea. Clear, Left S.L. City for Kansas City, Mo. via. D & R.G. R.R. 3-15 pm Thistle Junction to Redcliff 62) Thursday 24: Ther. Warm., Wea. Clear Thin clds. We crossed the Tennessee Pass early this morning....
    • 1904, Nov 29

    • 1904, Nov 29
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    • Tues. Nov. 29, 1904: Ther. Warm., Wea. Thin clds Went by rail to Bridgeport about eight miles then walked about twenty miles to Binger via. Hinton & Lookela. Binger Okla. 68) Wednesday 30: Ther. Pleasant., Wea. S. wind. T. clds. Walked nearly...
    • 1904, memoranda 4

    • 1904, memoranda 4
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    • Memoranda: Tennessee Pass, Colo. 283 mi. from Denver. Altitude of Tennessee Pass near Leadville Colorado 10,433 feet. Summit of Sierra Nevada Mountains where the Rail Road crosses west of Truckee 7,017 feet Distance from Ogden 638 miles. ...
    • 1910, page 82

    • 1910, page 82
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    • Record of Negative Exposure: Date XNo. of Slide Holder Plate or Film Time of Day Light Stop Exposure Subject, notes on lighting, etc. No. of Negative July 8 Standard Extra 9.30 am A 32 US 1/5 Looking up the Canyon from trail near Sulphur ...
    • 1905, Apr 2

    • 1905, Apr 2
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    • Sun. April 2, 1905: Ther. Pleasant., Wea. Clouds. We fasted till noon. Went down to the R.R. bridge across Red River, walked over into Texas then came back to Mr. Cheek’s for dinner. The river is up today and the water is thick and red with mud....
    • 1905, May 2

    • 1905, May 2
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    • Tues. May 2, 1905: Ther. Cool., S. wind., Wea. Cloudy. Cleared off. Elder Lindsay and I bade the folks Good-bye and left for our field of labor about 9 am, took the section line west of Brother Johnsons walked south nearly to the Rail road, took...
    • 1905, Sep 18

    • 1905, Sep 18
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    • Mon. Sept. 18, 1905: Ther. Warm cold wind dusk. Wea. Rain Ptly cldy. We packed our grips after breakfast and started for Ora (now Tallaville) to attend conference. followed the R.R. track north nearly to Frederick, went on up the section line to...
    • 1905, cash account 6

    • 1905, cash account 6
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    • Cash Account. April.: Date. Received. Paid. Office Rent. Kansas City .50 1 Candy .05 1 50 Tracts .15 8 50 “ .15 “ 6 V of Warnings .30 “ 6 Cowleys Talks .30 “ 300 Name cards 1.00 10 R.R. Fare Olustee to Roosevelt .78 11 Pills --...
    • Page 37

    • Page 37
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    • Excerpts from Cedar City Council Minute Book.. , 1 8 7 3 - 1 8 8 3 1873 -. . .Roll of attendance: Mayor: Councilmen: [Took office August 1 8 7 2 ) Francis Webster John M . Higbee Homer Duncan George Perry Robert Heyborne Henry McConnell...
    • Page 42

    • Page 42
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    • Nov. 11, 1875 . . . R . R. Birkbeck and C. J . Arthur each donated land, 20 rods long a n d 2 rods wide, for s t r e e t s for the consideration of 20 rods of good pole fence for West Street. The Council paid Joseph H . Smith $30 per a c r e for...
    • Page 68

    • Page 68
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    • The Council i n s t r u c t e d the Committee on Public Grounds a n d City Property to purchase properties immediately from Louis R . Chaffin, George Hunter, and Thomas Thorley for use of t h e City in their e n t r i e s adjacent to Cedar City....
    • Page 240

    • Page 240
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    • The Mayor recommended the drafting of an ordinance creating a Town Planning Commission ( a s suggested by Clean Town campaign committee]. Referred to the City Attorney and Judiciary Committee. The matter of disposition of garbage was referred to...
    • Page 306

    • Page 306
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    • for his b a r b e r shop. Attorney was instructed to commence suit to collect M r . Wood's bill so that Mr. Watson can have water restored. May 5 , 1938.. . M r . R. W . Leigh asked that the City postpone hction on the old Wood Building until he...
    • Page 245

    • Page 245
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    • robbers had seen the money paid over to the men. They took every doliar and then asked if they knew where Dave Bulloch was. Thus, 1 was blessed to be on my way to help the S a i n t ~ . ~ - At a public meeting held in Cedar City on January 8,...
    • Page 36

    • Page 36
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    • Sadek-Endrawes, M. (2008). Culture & advertising: How masculinity or femininity of a culture is influencing the consumers’ responses on the gender appearance in advertisements (Master's Thesis). Retrieved from...
    • Page 61

    • Page 61
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    • PREFERENCES FOR GROUP LEADERSHIP STYLE 62 Bass, M. (1960). Leadership, psychology and organizational behavior. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press. Beatty, M. (1988). Physiological assessment. In J.A. Daly & J.C. McCroskey (Eds.). Avoiding communication:...
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    • Page 87
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    • Emotions in Conflict 82 performance, negotiation, and conflict. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 20, 368– 384. Barsade, S. G. (2002). The ripple effects: Emotional contagion and its influence on group behavior. Administrative Science...

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