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  • Temporal Coverage is exactly " 1960-1969"

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.

Mr. Peterson talks about growing up in Hyrum, Utah, his father's ranching and farming operations, working with his families’ sheep ranching operation in Cache National Forest and in Box Elder County. He talks about getting out of the sheep business…

Ted Seeholzer is the owner of the Beaver Mountain ski area in Logan Canyon and talks about the history of Beaver Mountain (which has been owned by his family since its inception), and his varying roles with the ski resort – beginning in childhood.…

Mr. Kindred talks living in Logan Canyon at Beirdneau, his work with Thiokol as an engineer, his family activities up Logan Canyon, and his local history efforts.

Kennedy discusses his childhood experiences in nature and feelings toward nature. He talks about his professional career and relationships (with the Forest Service and as a professor at Utah State University), and how those have helped him form his…

Mr. Hansen talks about growing up in Garden City, Utah, and his earliest memories of Logan Canyon, three years in the South Pacific during World War II, 18 years in highway construction with W.W. Clyde and Company over in Springville, Utah, …

Logan Canyon is part of the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest, a nationally protected area which has grown and changed many times over the years. Voiced by Lisa Thompson. Part of the Stokes Nature Center's podcast series History & Lore of Logan…

Stokes Nature Center, the main source of nature education in Cache Valley for over 13 years, began with a group of dedicated volunteers and an old abandoned building. Voiced by Val Grant. Part of the Stokes Nature Center's podcast series History &…

The legendary conflict between sheepherder Frank Clark and Old Ephraim the giant grizzly bear is one of the most widely-told stories of Logan Canyon. Voiced by David Sidwell. Part of the Stokes Nature Center's podcast series History and Lore of Logan…

The first two plants to provide electricity to Logan utilized the Logan River, a power struggle over resources and customers ensued. Voiced by Val Grant. Part of the Stokes Nature Center's podcast series History & Lore of Logan Canyon where each…

In Ron Goede's first interview he talks about growing up in Nebraska, earning a bachelor's degree from the University of Nebraska, Lincoln, joining the Air National Guard in Nebraska, attending Utah State University to earn a Master's Degree in…

Men pulling in fishing net at Bear Lake. Black and white photograph (4 x 5 in)

Logan Canyon, Utah. Canyon river and bridge. Man standing on riverbank behind bridge. Black and white photograph (8 x 10 in)

Looking up Logan Canyon from Third Dam. Black and white photograph (3 x 4 in)

Men with fishing nets at Bear Lake. Black and white photograph (4 x 5 in)

USU ROTC, rock climbing photographs in Logan Canyon, one showing Richard Barnes. Black and white photograph (4 x 5 in)

Jardine Juniper in Logan Canyon. Discovered in 1923 by Maurice Lindford. Tree named (ca. 1925) for Utah State University Alumni and then Secretary of Agriculture William M. Jardine. Black and white photograph (5 x 7 in).

Tony Grove Lake, Logan Canyon, Utah. Black and white photograph (10 x 14 in)

Man crossing the river, while snowshoeing in Logan Canyon. Black and white photograph (4 x 5 in)

Ricks Spring in Logan Canyon, Utah. Black and white photograph (5 x 7 in)

USU ROTC, rock climbing photographs in Logan Canyon, one showing Richard Barnes. Black and white photograph (4 x 5 in)

USU ROTC, rock climbing photographs in Logan Canyon, one showing Richard Barnes. Black and white photograph (4 x 5 in)

View of Logan Canyon from USU Campus. Black and white photograph (5 x 7 in)

Enlargement of a photo showing the Herculesa power plant in Logan canyon, between 1890 and 1910. Black and white photograph (10 x 14 in)

Tony Grover Lake, Logan Canyon, Utah. Black and white photograph (10 x 14 in)

Logan River and riverbank up Logan Canyon. Black and white photograph (10 x 13 in) mounted on board

Jardine Juniper, Logan Canyon. Discovered in 1923 by Maurice Lindford. Tree named (ca. 1925) for Utah State University Alumni and then Secretary of Agriculture William M. Jardine. Black and White photograph (2 x 3 in)

Cattle. Logan Canyon, Utah. Black and white photograph (3 x 4.5 in) mounted on board

The first interview covers Thad Box’s early years in Texas and his education. The interview was a demonstration of interview techniques by Elaine Thatcher to members of the Land Use Management Oral History Project members, including Brad Cole,…

In her first interview Katherine Gilbert briefly talks about her childhood in Canada and fond memories of outdoor experiences in her youth. She discusses her college education and subsequent jobs and training, and then speaks about influences as an…

The interview contains information on Fred Wagner's childhood, moving around the nation, and interest in the outdoors. He discusses his goal to be a rancher and his experience working as a cowboy where he realized his interest in plants and animals.…

John Neuhold and Ron Goede discuss their experiences at the Utah State University Summer Camp (and the skills and camaraderie they gained there) and other experiences in their education, including those with the GI Bill.

Fred Knowlton talks about his experiences growing up on the family farm in Springville, New York, his family's educational pursuits, and his experiences with coyotes and the environment.

Looking up Logan Canyon from Third Dam. Black and white photograph (3 x 4 in).

Miscellaneous financial material for 89'ers International Highway Association, Inc.