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"Treasure Trail" performed by Frank Barker and His Latin Aires, 1950's. Music composed by Bernie Williams and commissioned by the 89'ers International Highway Association, Inc. Read the agreement here: http://highway89.org/items/show/1288 

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.

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

Scenic 89 tourism road sign photographed along Highway 89 in Utah County as part of a project by the State Department of Highways to document Utah highways signs.

Scenic 89 tourism road sign photographed along Highway 89 in Sevier County as part of a project by the State Department of Highways to document Utah highways signs.

Scenic 89 tourism road sign photographed along Highway 89 in Weber County as part of a project by the State Department of Highways to document Utah highways signs.

Scenic 89 tourism road sign photographed along Highway 89 in Box Elder County as part of a project by the State Department of Highways to document Utah highways signs.

A Citizens for the Protection of Logan Canyon analysis of the proposed re-alignment of U.S. 89 in Logan Canyon. Critique of UDOT traffic forecasts by Dr. David Schmipf, Critique of UDOT safety statements by Dr. Jack T. Spence, and a commentary on…

Minutes from July 28, 1986 Interdisciplinary Team meeting. Review of minutes, traffic count data, presentation of proposed traffic forecast, highway capacity and level of service determination, review of accident data, and an update on status of base…

Memorandum from Stan Nuffer to the Interdisciplinary Team on July 22, 1987 with an attached list of the potential spot improvements, mile posts, exisiting conditions and potential actions.

Exhibit A of the Logan Canyon environmental study scope of work that lists the numerous tasks to be completed for the project including an analysis of transportation needs such as safety, maintenance, and congestion

Aerial view of the Glen Canyon Bridge during its dedication ceremony.

Image of the completed Glen Canyon Dam Bridge, which carries Highway 89 over the Colorado River.

Image of both the Glen Canyon Dam and the Glen Canyon Dam Bridge under construction.

Looking downstream at the bridge from a point on the canyon floor just south of the right diversion tunnel's north portal.

Utah Highway 24 road sign photographed along Highway 89 in Sevier County as part of a project by the State Department of Highways to document Utah highways signs.

Scenic 89 tourism road sign photographed along Highway 89 in Kane County as part of a project by the State Department of Highways to document Utah highways signs.

Kanab tourism road sign photographed along Highway 89 in Kane County as part of a project by the State Department of Highways to document Utah highway signs.

Donald Smith (left) and Clive Norman painting and striping US 89-91 in Orem (looking north).

Image of US 89-91 in North Salt Lake, looking north with Beck's Springs Overpass on the left, and Philips Petroleum Refinery in the foreground.

Image of new railroad structures on Highway 89 at the mouth of Weber Canyon.

View-Master road sign photographed along Highway 89 in Garfield County as part of a project by the State Department of Highways to document Utah highway signs.

Utahybrid Corn Seed road sign photographed along Highway 89 in Davis County as part of a project by the State Department of Highways to document Utah highway signs.

This image documents the Thistle Flood that began in April 1983 with a massive mud slide that created an earthen dam, blocking the flow of the Spanish Fork River. In addition to severing Highway 89 as a transportation route, the dam destroyed the…

This image documents the Thistle Flood that began in April 1983 with a massive mud slide that created an earthen dam, blocking the flow of the Spanish Fork River. In addition to severing Highway 89 as a transportation route, the dam destroyed the…

This image documents the Thistle Flood that began in April 1983 with a massive mud slide that created an earthen dam, blocking the flow of the Spanish Fork River. In addition to severing Highway 89 as a transportation route, the dam destroyed the…

Scenic 89 tourism road sign photographed along Highway 89 in Sevier County as part of a project by the State Department of Highways to document Utah highways signs.

Scenic 89 tourism road sign photographed along Highway 89 in Sevier County as part of a project by the State Department of Highways to document Utah highways signs.

Scenic 89 tourism road sign photographed along Highway 89 in Sevier County as part of a project by the State Department of Highways to document Utah highways signs.

Scenic 89 tourism road sign photographed along Highway 89 in Sevier County as part of a project by the State Department of Highways to document Utah highways signs.

Scenic 89 tourism road sign photographed along Highway 89 in Sevier County as part of a project by the State Department of Highways to document Utah highways signs.

Scenic 89 tourism road sign photographed along Highway 89 in Sevier County as part of a project by the State Department of Highways to document Utah highways signs.

Scenic 89 tourism road sign photographed along Highway 89 in Sevier County as part of a project by the State Department of Highways to document Utah highways signs.

Scenic 89 tourism road sign photographed along Highway 89 in Sevier County as part of a project by the State Department of Highways to document Utah highways signs.

Scenic 89 tourism road sign photographed along Highway 89 in Sanpete County as part of a project by the State Department of Highways to document Utah highways signs.

Scenic 89 tourism road sign photographed along Highway 89 in Sanpete County as part of a project by the State Department of Highways to document Utah highways signs.

Scenic 89 tourism road sign photographed along Highway 89 in Kane County as part of a project by the State Department of Highways to document Utah highways signs.

Scenic 89 tourism road sign photographed along Highway 89 in Kane County as part of a project by the State Department of Highways to document Utah highways signs.

Scenic 89 tourism road sign photographed along Highway 89 in Kane County as part of a project by the State Department of Highways to document Utah highways signs.

Scenic 89 tourism road sign photographed along Highway 89 in Kane County as part of a project by the State Department of Highways to document Utah highways signs.

Scenic 89 tourism road sign photographed along Highway 89 in Garfield County as part of a project by the State Department of Highways to document Utah highways signs.

Scenic 89 tourism road sign photographed along Highway 89 in Garfield County as part of a project by the State Department of Highways to document Utah highways signs.