Cedar City (Iron County, Utah)--Buildings; Bakeries; Postal service; Business
"The Bakery building was first used by Andelin when he first came here as an ice-cream parlor. 1901-1907, then George Stoll operated it as a bakery. Building owned by Danny Pendleton. A little milky, watery thin ice-cream with six crackers or...
Cedar City (Iron County, Utah)--Buildings; Dwellings
"This house was built by Welch immigrant, Edward Parry, who had crossed the plains with the Stevens hand-cart company and had been sent to Cedar City to assist the efforts of the Deseret Iron Company. A fine, two-story structure, the home had a...
This picture was taken in the Isbell home 40 N. 200 E., in Dec. 1963 to go with an article for the papers about his 100 year old folding chair that he gave to the College of Southern Utah for preservation and safe keeping. Mr. Isbell is 90 years...
Taken at their home on 40 N. 200 E. Mrs. Isbell is holding a scrapbook containing pictures of the pioneer homes and businesses of Cedar City, which she will present to the college when it is completed.
First train into Cedar City, June 10, 1923. David Bulloch, standing on the cow-catcher, was the first boy to enter Cedar City riding on the running gear in front of the first wagon when it entered Cedar Valley November 11, 1851. This work train...
ALBERT N. TOLLESTRUP.
Who, when the opera girl so meek
Forgets her lines and cannot speak,
Keeps swearing almostall the week?
RANDALL L. JONES, B. M. T.
Yes, Mr.· Jones is m,arried but he
sure don't act like it. When he's
"WHEN we look at ourselves in the light of thought, we
discover that our life is embosomed in beauty."
Experiences left behind us assume an even more
pleasing form than we had anticipated, and as the timle approaches