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  • Temporal Coverage is exactly "1930-1939"

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 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 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.

Stores at 147 South State Street. Image taken in the 1930s.

Stores at 143-145 South State Street. Image taken in 1939.

Stores at 139 South State Street. Image taken in the 1930s.

Residence at 170 North State Street. Image taken in the 1930s.

Residence at 145 North State Street. Image taken in the 1930s.

Residence at 151 North State Street. Image taken in the 1930s.

Residence at 157 North State Street. Image taken in the 1930s.

Residence at 161 North State Street. Image taken in the 1930s.

Rear view of 123-127 South State Street. Image taken in 1939.

Chester Hotel and storefronts at 123-127 South State Street. Image taken in 1939.

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.…

The Civilian Conservation Corps of the 1930s left a lasting legacy, both nationally and locally, including a well-known landmark in Logan Canyon. Voiced by Elaine Thatcher. Part of the Stokes Nature Center's podcast series History & Lore of Logan…

Sheep grazing in Franklin Basin, Logan Canyon, 1939. Black and white photograph (4 x 5 in)

Logan Canyon, Utah. CCC Camp barracks near Tony Grove - later used as Utah State University's Forestry Field Station Camp- 1930s. Black and white photograph (4.5 x 6.5 in) mounted on board

The Cascade, Logan Canyon. Color postcard, ca. 1935. (3.5 x 5.5 in)

Sheep grazing in Franklin Basin, Logan Canyon, 1939. Black and white photograph (4 x 5 in).

Logan Canyon, Utah. Worker's camp, 1930s. Wheeler and England Construction Company camp during building of Logan Canyon Road, U.S. 91. Black and white photograph (4.5 x 7.5 in) mounted on board

Bear Lake. Views. 1930s. View of Bear Lake and Garden City, Utah from Logan Canyon Road. Black and white photograph (7.5 x 9.5 in) mounted on board

View of Bear Lake, looking toward the East. Black and white photograph (5 x 7 in)

Cattle grazing in Franklin Basin, 1930's. Black and white photograph (4 x 5 in)

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.…

Janet Quinney Lawson talks about her childhood memories at her family's summer home at Bear Lake. She also talks of her childhood memories at family members' homes in Cache Valley, Utah. She talks a lot about skiing and sailing on/at the Wasatch…

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.

Bear Lake. Views. 1930s. View of Bear Lake and Garden City, Utah from Logan Canyon Road. Black and white photograph (7.5 x 9.5 in) mounted on board

View of Bear Lake and Garden City, Utah from Logan Canyon Road, 1930s. One black and white photograph (7.75 x 9.5 inches) mounted on board. (Negative Available).

View of campus, Utah State Agricultural College, circo 1930, looking west toward Family Life Building and Old Main from Highway 89. Size of photograph: 7.75 x 9.75 in.

Store & Apartments at 4966-4972 South State Street, built circa 1906. Image taken on June 2, 1938.

Residence at 5688 South State Street, built circa 1922. Image taken on June 15, 1938.

Residence at 5680 South State Street, built circa 1928. Image taken on June 14, 1938.

Grand Central Market-New England Bakery at 4868 South State Street, built in 1937. Image taken between 1937-1939.

Cannon-Ashton Skilled Mechanics at 4788 South State Street, built in 1929. Image taken in 1938.

O.P. Skaggs Market at 4796-4798 South State Street, built in 1910. Image taken in 1938.

Barbershop at 4796-4798 South State Street, built in 1910. Image taken in 1938.

Thornton-Anderson Drug Co. at 4800 South State Street, built in 1900. Image taken in 1938.

Doctor's Office at 4860 South State Street, built circa 1910. Image taken in 1938.

Stores at 4854 South State Street, built circa 1920. Image taken in 1938.

Store at 4900 South State Street, built circa 1890. Image taken in 1938.

Sprouse-Reitz Co. at 4900 South State Street, built circa 1900. Image taken in 1938.

Feed Store at 4902 South State Street, built circa 1908. Image taken in 1938.

Residence at 5683 South State Street. Residence was rebuilt from a home moved from Magna, UT. Image taken on June 14, 1938.

Residence at 5693 South State Street, built circa 1908. Image taken on June 14, 1938.

Residence at 5656 South State Street, built circa 1905. Image taken on June 14, 1938.

Residence at 5725 South State Street, built circa 1902. Image taken on June 14, 1938.

Residence at 5723 South State Street, built circa 1890. Image taken on June 14, 1938.

Residence at 5661 South State Street, built circa 1890. Image taken on June 14, 1938.