This debris fell four stories and landed right where Jasper Louis Crawford and this riot squad would have been unloading if it hadn't been raining. (See "World War II as Viewed from My Foxhole" by Jasper Louis Crawford, p. 131 and 137)
Morrell Wakefield and Adeline Leonard became best friends when they were four years old, the age of Morrell in this photograph. they lived just across the fence from each other. They remained friends in all of their lives and continured to live...
Adeline Leonard at the age of four years old. She met her best friend Morrell Wakefield at this age. They lived across the fence from each other. Adeline says "We never had trouble getting over the fence."
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People, Livestock; Southwest Utah Livestock Show--Cedar City (Iron County, Utah)
For the first time in 28 years of the Southwest Livestock Show, Iron County exhibitors walked off with all four grand champion honors in the 1968 show. Winners of the four classes were Don Adams, Cedar City, who exhibited the champion Angus steer;...
Mahonri Steele and wives home, 98 North 100 East. Built in 1914. The Steele home has nine gables and a veranda. A jail was once in the basement. Rooms were rented to travelers. A hospital was there a little while. It was remodeled into four...
Kate Vilate Isom Palmer, William Rees Palmer, Rodney I. Palmer, William I. Palmer, Eugene I. Palmer, and Richard I. Palmer; taken when William R. Palmer received his honorary doctorate from the Utah State Agricultural College; Logan, Cache County,...
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Two men dancing with four Paiute women; Cedar City, Iron County, Utah