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Presenters: Dustin Olson, James Earl Kichas, Clint Pumphrey, Liz Woolcott, and Paula Mitchell. This video presentation outlines the creation of the Highway 89 website.

October 23, 2013

Correspondence from Utah Governor Henry Blood to F.P. Champ of the Cache Valley Banking Company, reiterating the Governor's interest in having the section of Highway 89 between Logan and Garden City completed early.

Correspondence from Utah Governor Henry Blood to State Road Commission Chairman E.E. Howe concerning the diversion of forest highway funds allotted for construction of the road between Logan and Garden City to construction efforts along the…

Correspondence from Utah Roads Committee Representative, O.G. Cardon to Utah Congressman Abe Murdock concerning the state of Highway 89 in Logan Canyon, the Roads Committee's contention that money needed for Logan Canyon roads was needlessly diverted…

Correspondence from Utah Governor Henry Blood to U.S. Bureau of Public Roads Chief, Thomas H. MacDonald concerning the construction of a road that would connect Cedar Breaks National Monument to the Long Valley Road section of Highway 89.

Correspondence from Utah State Automobile Association Manager, W.D. Rishel to Utah State Highway Engineer, K.C. Wright advocating the association's position on how Highway 89 should be routed north of Spanish Fork, Utah.

Correspondence between Utah Governor Henry Blood and Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce Secretary G.A. London concerning a resolution to build a trunk highway off of Highway 89, through the Navajo Nation, ending in Bluff, Utah.

Correspondence from members of the Thistle Civic Club to the State Road Commission requesting that they be allowed to construct a road that would enter Highway 89 a half mile north of the historic viaduct at Thistle.

Correspondence from Utah Governor Henry Blood to State Road Commission Chairman W.D. Hammond concerning a recent trip the governor made on Highway 89, his impressions of the road quality in southern Utah, and his commendation to the State Road…

Correspondence from Utah Governor Henry Blood to Richfield Lions Club Secretary, Ernest R. Hill concerning a Lions Club resolution that the State Road Commission address a hazardous curve on Highway 89 in Sevier County.

Jackson Lake Lodge, Grand Teton National Park, postcard, ca. 1950.

Thumb Paint pots postcard, Yellowstone National Park, 1912. Souvenir folder. Copyright N.P.R.R. Co.

Bears at Lake Hotel postcard, Yellowstone National Park, 1912. Souvenir folder. Copyright by Gifford by N.P.R.R. Co.

Pulpit Terrace, Mammoth Hot Springs postcard, Yellowstone National Park, ca. 1912. Souvenir folder. Copyright N.P.R.R. Co.

Punch Bowl postcard, Yellowstone National Park, 1908. Written on and signed on the back. Includes stamp of George Washington.

Fishing Cone postcard, Yellowstone National Park, ca. 1912. Souvenir folder.

Jupiter Terrace, Mammoth Hot Springs postcard, Yellowstone National Park, ca. 1912. Souvenir folder. Copyright by Gifford for N.P.R.R. Co.

Gardiner River and Eagle's nest rock postcard, Yellowstone National Park, 1912. Souvenir folder. Copyright N.P.R.R. Co.

Minute man Geyser postcard, Yellowstone National Park, 1912. Souvenir folder. Copyright N.P.R.R. Co.

Hand-colored tinted photograph postcard of Grand Canyon hotel, lounge staircase, Yellowstone Park, ca. 1920. Number 214. Haynes, St. Paul official photographer of Yellowstone National Park.

Looking into Bath Tub Geyser postcard, Yellowstone National Park, 1912. Souvenir folder. Copyright N.P.R.R. Co.

Giant and Indicator Geysers postcard, Yellowstone National Park, 1912. Souvenir folder. Copyright N.P.R.R. Co.

Hand-colored tinted photograph postcard of Grand Canyon Hotel Entrance, Yellowstone Park, ca. 1920. Number 13058. Haynes, St. Paul official photographer of Yellowstone National Park.

Hand-colored tinted photograph postcard of Mammoth hotel, Yellowstone Park, ca. 1920. Number 4300. Haynes, St. Paul official photographer of Yellowstone National Park.

Morning Glory pool postcard, Yellowstone National Park, 1912. Souvenir folder. Copyright N.P.R.R. Co.

Hand-colored tinted photograph postcard of Mammoth Hot Springs, Yellowstone Park, ca. 1920. Number 10072. Haynes, St. Paul official photographer of Yellowstone National Park.

Hand-colored tinted photograph postcard of Golden Gate Canyon, Yellowstone Park, ca. 1920. Number 10079. Haynes, St. Paul official photographer of Yellowstone National Park.

Hand-colored tinted photograph postcard of Lake Hotel Colonial, Yellowstone Park, ca. 1920. Number 180. Haynes, St. Paul offical photographer Yellowstone National Park.

Hand-colored tinted photograph postcard of Grand Canyon hotel, lounge from office, Yellowstone Park, ca. 1920. Number 212. Haynes, St. Paul official photographer of Yellowstone National Park.

Jewel Geyser postcard, Yellowstone National Park, 1912. Souvenir folder. Copyright N.P.R.R. Co.

Real picture postcard of an unidentified young woman playing trombone, from Preston, Idaho, ca. 1910.

Hand-colored tinted photograph postcard of Morning Glory Spring, Yellowstone Park, ca. 1920. Number 122. Haynes, St. Paul official photographer of Yellowstone National Park.

Hand-colored tinted photograph postcard of Old Faithful Inn, Yellowstone Park, ca. 1920. Number 13085. Haynes, St. Paul official photographer of Yellowstone National Park.

Dome Geyser postcard, Yellowstone National Park, 1912. Souvenir folder. Copyright N.P.R.R. Co.

The Sponge Geyser postcard, Yellowstone National Park, 1912. Souvenir folder. Copyright N.P.R.R. Co.

Aerial real picture postcard of Montpeiler, Idaho. Written from Anna to her brother William Greaves.

Real Picture Postcard of Preston First Ward Chorus Girls, Champions of Oneida Stake, 1913. Four unidentified women.

Real picture postcard. Inscription on back reads: "Parade in Preston Idaho Main Street." Embossed with emblem and probably the designer name on the front.

The Fall in Winter, Montpelier Canon, Montpelier, Idaho, 1909. Signed and inscribed on the back from Anna to William.

Photograph postcard of the Chapel of the Holy Cross, Sedona Arizona, Home of the Spiritual Life Institute, Memorial to Marguerite and Lucien Brunswig.

Photograph postcard of the Chapel of the Holy Cross, Sedona Arizona, Home of the Spiritual Life Institute, Memorial to Marguerite and Lucien Brunswig.

Photograph postcard of the Chapel of the Holy Cross, Sedona Arizona, Home of the Spiritual Life Institute, Memorial to Marguerite and Lucien Brunswig.

Photograph postcard of the Chapel of the Holy Cross, Sedona Arizona, Home of the Spiritual Life Institute, Memorial to Marguerite and Lucien Brunswig.

Various papers commenting on the Logan Canyon construction project, 1994. Included: Citizens for a Safe and Scenic Logan Canyon summary of UDOT plan of action and Conservationist plan of action, time filing lawsuit under NEPA, and comments on Logan…

Correspondence from J. Whitney Floyd to Daryl Chase, December 2, 1961 discussing the Statement on Road Construction and Resouce Use and its dissemination to the Utah congressional delegation.

Correspondence for Jack Berryman to James Deans, April 4, 1962 about the public opinion of the highway construction in Logan Canyon.

Correspondence from J. Whitney Floyd, Dean College of Forest, Range, and Wildlife, to S. G. Merryman, Northern Pacific Railway Co., on December 1, 1961 about the Road Construction and Resource Use statement.

Memorandum from Jack Berryman to Gladys Harrison about copies of the Road Construction and Resource Use statement.

Minutes of the Citizens for the Protection of Logan Canyon, December 15, 1994

Correspondence from Eunice Peterson, Secretary to the Dean, to Kathryn Young, Triple H Ranch, November 21, 1961 abot the study on impact of highways on natural resources.