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    • Commercial buildings, Tourist Park

    • Cedar City (Iron County, Utah)--Buildings; Business; Hotels
    • First Cedar City motel, Tourist Park, ca. 1930's. "This park was but a traveler's campsite, occupying the property where the Tithing Barns and big rock enclosed yard were, directly north of the present City Park. The house, with care-taker A. G....
    • Aerial photograph of Cedar City buildings

    • Aerial photographs--Iron County (Utah); Cedar City (Iron County, Utah); Buildings
    • Photo taken from belfry of the Tabernacle looking west. Twin Pines and George Perry barns in foreground. Old Hyrum Jones (later John Higbee) home next. Barn on left is either Jim Corlett's or Gus Mackleprang's. Cupola on Robert Bulloch's home...
    • 1899, Jan 19

    • Thurs. Jan. 19, 1899: Ther. noon 46º., Wea. clear am string clouds pm. We went out and counted the cattle in the field about 200 head. built a correll to feed in by the corn correll. Friday 20: Ther. 8-45 am. 41º., Wea. very light clouds, I cut...
    • Geary, Elmo -- Geary's back yard

    • Emery County (Utah); Geary, Edward Home; Barns; Huntington (Utah); Grinding Stone; Geary, Elmo; Huntington (Utah)
    • Elmo Geary's father Edward Geary built his home in Huntington. Back yard included coal shed on the left, barn, chicken coop; grinding stone is in foreground in the right half of the photo.
    • Geary, Elmo -- Faun, Merlin, and Elmo

    • Emery County (Utah); County Life; Geary, Elmo; Geary, Faun; Geary, Merlin; Chickens, Huntington ( Utah); Barns; Country Life
    • Faun, Merlin, and Elmo Geary as children in the Geary back yard in front of the barn and the orchard. Elmo Geary is two years old standing with his older brother Merlin and older sister Faun in 1916.
    • Geary, Elmo -- Plate LV, Prominent Players in Traveling Companies

    • Emery County (Utah) Archives; Drama; Actors; Geary, Elmo; Walters Stock Company; Cosgrove, Luke; Crawford, Glenn L.; Crawford Stock Company; Cloniger, Ralph; Clonger Company; Barns, George; Peppin, Myrtle; Howard Foster Players
    • Geary, Elmo. Plate LV, Prominent Players in Traveling Companies. Dramatics in Castle Valley 1875 to 1925. Salt Lake City, Utah: University of Utah, 1953. Fig. 1 Luke Cosgrove (Walters Stock Company); Fig. 2 Walters Stock Company Preparing for a...
    • Page 114

    • Jan. 2 0 , 1895.. .The Mayor called the attention of the Council to the fact of there being a large bundle of old papers. bonds, deeds, receipts, e t c . On motion Councilman Fretwell. the Mayor was authorized to destroy all the worthless. Feb. 4 ,...
    • Page 367

    • March 15. 1 9 5 6 . . .Bids for a new water line, from Main Street to 400 East. were opened. The bid was for 2,000 feet of 8" pipe. J . V. Adams and Chester Parry bid $1.460. which was accepted by the Council. April 5. 1956.. . D . C. Schmutz met...
    • Page 221

    • Lunt then arose and prophesied in the name of the Lord that the saints in these mountains, who would live faithful, would have al1 the clothing they needed before long. Minutes taken by Ellen Lunt, Secretary December 10, 1857: Relief Society...
    • Page 338

    • "turn up their coat collars and, as much as posible, tum their backs to the storm until it passed over." The Federal officers were clearly determined to stand by each other and manipulate the machinery of govemment for the oppression of the...
    • Page 202

    • Some mention of the problems of prohibition in the Cedar City area was made in a letter written by Ann's husband, Bert Gardner, shortly before he died, to Will Jones while he was on a mission in Australia. As Bert indicates in part of the letter...
    • Page 53

    • 50 that made produce difficult to grow. S2C was the suburban school district that had the most gardens, yet the smallest population, and also provided the most resources. The garden presence in Suburban group 3 was varied. S3A did not have a...
    • Page 27

    • KUDZU Leadership 28 progression it was nearly impossible to stop (Lembke, 1999). The U.S. Department of Agriculture declared the plant an invasive species in 1953, and it’s no longer a permissible plant for erosion control (Bergmann and...


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