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Rainbow Roads guide to Highways 91, 89, and 191: from San Bernardino to Yellowstone / compiled and edited by Ward J. Roylance. Is from the library of S. George Ellsworth and is comb-bound.

Logan and Cache Valley promotional brochure from the Cache Chamber of Commerce, 1964 and 1965. Captioned "A Recreation Paradise for Everyone." Brochure includes local map, general information about Logan. Content headings include: town designed for…

Bear Lake Merchants (alternate title). Bear Lake Vacation Land brochure with images, general information, and map.

Menus for Longbottom's Delicatessen. Sandwiches include: Balboa, Ms. Liz, Melvin Dumer, Sorry Charlie, Aunt Dot, Reuben, Hot Beef, Cold beef, Virginia ham, Cold cuts, Meatball, Turkey and avacado, and Nolen's nightmare. For delivery minimum of three…

Zanavoo Restaurant Lodge dinner menu from 1970.

Menu and business cards for the Dragon Wok chinese restaurant, Logan, Utah. 1979.

Menu for the Bluebird Cafe in Logan, Utah from 1964 to 1965. Includes list of items and prices. Items include breakfast, daily specials, beverages, sandwiches, salads, and desserts.

Tally-Ho Cafe menu. Includes breakfast menu, a la carte items, mileage distance from Logan, a few suggestions on points of interest in Cache Valley, and the Ann Banellis gift shop featuring Banellis custom smoked turkey and eggs of merit.

Mitchell Motel breakfast menu, 1969. Includes Bridgerland breakfasts, fruits and juices, breakfast cereals, toast and rolls, breakfast meats, eggs, and beverages. Back side is to be used as a placemat and provides general tourist information about…

Regluar Bluebird Cafe menu includes beef steaks, appetizers, beverages, desserts, seafoods, fried chicken, fresh tasty salads, all day breakfast, sandwiches, hamburgers, hot sandwiches, kiddie corner, and ye olde marble soda shoppe (prices not…

Breakfast menu for The Bluebird Cafe in Logan, Utah. Includes image of cowboy on a horse at Tony Grove Lake in Logan Canyon. Breakfast menu includes juices, fruits, club breakfasts, waffles and hot cakes, meats and eggs, cereals, toast and rolls, and…

Menu for the Bluebird Cafe in Logan, Utah from 1966 to 1967. Includes list of soda fountain specialties, special sundies, sandwiches, "America's Favorite 4" : Bluebird cheeseburger, ham and eggs, fried spring chicken, and jumbo fried shrimp, steaks,…

The Bistro menu from 1967 to 1969. Includes items and prices. List includes sandwiches, salads, soups, side orders, beer menu, and soft drinks.

Chinese and American menus for the Grand Cafe. Includes specialty menu from Tuesday, March 30, 1965.

Bear Lake Motor Lodge menus from the years 1974 to 1978. Lists include dinners, sandwiches, specials, salads, beverages, soups, and a separate breakfast menu with side orders and beverages.

Thanksgiving Holiday dinner at the Bluebird Cafe includes appetizers, entrees, desserts, and children's dinner. Includes Bluebird Regular menu. List of beef steaks, appetizers, beverages, desserts, seafoods, fried chicken, fresh tasty salads, all day…

The Bistro menu from 1963 to 1966. Includes items and prices for lunch and dinner menu. Lunch list includes sandwiches, salads, soups, side orders, beer menu, and soft drinks. Dinner menu includes steaks, sandwiches, salads, soups, dinners, and beer…

Glauser's cafe menu. "Logan's house of hospitality." Breakfast menu.

Little Tykes Specials from the Bluebird Cafe in Logan, Utah from 1969. Menu items include bozo (hamburger patty, mashed potato and gravy, bread and butter, vegetable, milk or Orangeade, Ice cream), chicky (drumstick and wing, French fried potato,…

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.

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.

Several alternatives to the proposed construction in Logan Canyon including: concern over the expansion and curve reduction in Logan Canyon, Agency Alternative, Additions to Conservationists' alternative for US 89, Environmentalists' alternative,…

Various corresponence from the Citizens for the Protection of Logan Canyon, 1987-1994. Most cover the topics of the agency alternative improvement suggestions, the biological assessment of Logan Canyon, and the endangered plant study from Utah State…

Correspondence from J. Whitney Floyd to Floyd Iverson, December 2, 1961 about the Road Construction and Resouce Use statement.

Correspondence from Floyd Iverson to J. Whitney Floyd, December 4, 1961 in response to the related decisions for Logan Canyon Highway construction project.

Correspondence from Daryl Chase to C. Taylor Burton, November 25, 1961. Response to the Road Constuction and Resource Use statement.

Six page essay regarding the Forest Service Position on the Logan Canyon Highway.

Memorandum from Jack Berryman to J. Whitney Floyd, November 28, 1961. Notes on changes to the Road Construction and Resource Use statement.

Essay detailing the importance of road building. Includes bibliography.

Correspondence from Bill Bacon to J. Whitney Floyd, November 28, 1961 about the Logan Canyon Highway.

Correspondence from J. Whitney Floyd to John Funk, January 24, 1962 regarding the Road Construction and Resource Use statement.

Open letter to C. Taylor Burton, Harold S. Crane, Floyd Iverson, and Grant Meyers referencing the College of Forest, Range, and Wildlife Management of Utah State University and the Road Construction and Resources Use statement.

Memorandum from Jack Berryman to Files on November 7, 1961 regarding the position of the Forest Service and the College of Forest, Range, and Wildlife Management on the road construction and resource use in Logan Canyon.

Correspondence from J. Whitney Floyd, College of Forest, Range and Wildlife Managment, to Floyd Iverson, Regional Forester, on October 25, 1961 about principles of good lane use.

Correspondence from Jack H. Berryman to President Daryl Chase, September 1, 1961 about Logan Canyon Road Construction.

Memorandum from J. Whitney Floyd to President Daryl Chase on November 14, 1961 about a meeting with Governor Clyde, November 13, 1961.