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  • Temporal Coverage is exactly " 1980-1989"

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.

Correspondence from Jack Berryman to Mr. Michaelson on the material for "The Agent."

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.

The interview contains information on the childhood, education and the career of Dave Baumgartner as a forester, the various positions held within the Forest Service and his views on management. There are many anecdotes from his personal experiences…

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 &…

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…

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)

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

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

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

The interview contains a brief description of Barrie Gilbert's childhood and details of his schooling and subsequent career in wildlife management. It includes his story of being attacked by a grizzly bear, his attitudes on wildlife management in…

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…

Garth Barker discusses multiple-use access for the Logan Canyon meeting with politicians at Multiple Access Conservation Coalition member about land access concerns experience as a member of Search and Rescue.

The interview contains information on the career of Scott Bushman for the Forest Service. He was involved heavily in fire suppression and the Logan Hot Shot crew. He also discusses how he first got involved in Logan Canyon as a youth in the Youth…

Dennis Austin discusses his career in the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources and all the time in the field he spent and his role and opinions on various policies involved he also talks about his role in influencing and teaching land owners about…

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).

CPLC Newletters from 1976-1996 (incomplete) discussing the need for the protection of Logan Canyon and examination of the Conservatives' Alternative.

Pamphlet explaining the preferred alternative in detail for Logan Canyon.

Correspondence from Marjorie Lewis to Rudy Lukez mentioning a tour and brochure.

Meeting notice for November 3 at City Hall in Garden City

Agenda for September 23 public meeting at Logan City Hall

Detailing the concerns, particularly from environmental groups, of the expansion and reduction of curves in Logan Canyon including a general summary, traffic growth factors, safety factors, and environmental factors. Important addresses and questions…

List of district officals, UDOT managment team, Utah highway environmental council, and Federal Highway Administration.

Evaluation of criteria for making changes to Logan Canyon according to a Visual Quality Objective and the ability for the landscape to absorb man-made alterations without losing the visual character of the Canyon.

Graphics of type of alterations including cut length and sensitivity rating on roads, riparian, rock cut, on the existing visual conditions.

Information regarding a vigil being held in Logan Canyon, donation opportuinites, twelve reasons to oppose the preferred alternative for Logan Canyon, and a summary of the preferred alternative.

Discussion outline for component and alternative development with handwritten notes in margins.

Evaluation of visual resources in Logan Canyon and the different impacts for drivers and fishermen, campers, hikers, etc.

Critiques on Logan Canyon construction with a general summary, critique of traffic forecast, traffic accidents in Logan Canyon from 1970-77, effects of road building on Logan River, and an explanation of how the erosive slopes, siltation of the river…

Interdisciplinary team meeting additional data for agenda items including scoping process status report for public involvement, draft memorandum for existing roadside parking, technical memorandum of the areas within the canyon that meet criteria for…

Letter to Rudy Lukez from Jack Spence.