"Biographical History of Frank Clark," including refrences to parents and grandparents. This history does not include the famous bear story, but rather gives background on Frank Clark, himself.
Letter dated May 9, 1978, from George R. Zug, Smithsonian Cairman of the Department of Vertebrate Zoology to Utah State University president Glen L. Taggart announcing the return of Old Ephraim's skull to the University. Senator Orrin Hatch is set to…
Directions to Old Ephraim's grave and monument: hiking trail and driving path
Photograph of Old Ephraim's grave, July 2019.
Photograph of detail of Old Ephraim monument, July 2019.
Photograph of visitors at the Old Ephraim monument, July 2019.
Photograph of a visitor at the Old Ephraim monument, July 2019.
Photograph of the right side of the Old Ephraim monument, July 2019.
Photograph of the left side of Old Ephraim's grave, July 2019.
Photograph of Old Ephraim monument, July 2019.
Photograph of poem on Old Ephraim monument, July 2019.
Early Winters catalog, front cover, 1979
Photograph of Cache Valley landscape, 1910. View shows unidentified homes and barns in the distance.
Letter from Frank Clark to Owen De Spain, February 16, 1953 giving De Spain permission to publish Clark's story in the Logan paper. Handwritten.
A sculpture of Old Ephraim along Washington Street in Montpelier, 2019.
Black and white photo of Ephraim's grave, between 1966 and 1980. A boy stands next to the grave holding a gun.
Photograph of scouts who retrieved Old Ephraim's head. Pictured are Ezra Cardon, Alma Burgoyne, Harold Rosengreen, Lester Dunford, Fred Hodgson, Henry Dains, Herbert May, and Horace Bunce. Probably Logan Canyon. 1923.
"The Wasters and Destroyers : Community Sponsored Predator Control in Early Utah Territory" by Victor C. Sorensen. A Plan B Paper submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Social Science in History, Utah State…
Black and white photograph of a group of people looking for a bear in Blacksmith Fork Canyon, Utah, July 1908. Image is from a family album, in the possession of Don Smith, that shows a summer camping trip in Blacksmith Fork Canyon in July 1908.…
A photograph of Cache National Forest Grazing survey camp at Franklin Basin Ranger Station, Franklin County, Idaho. 1900s.
A photograph of a herder with his sheep. Sheep are grazing on the hillside while herder sits with his dog, 1880-1950.
A photograph of a sheep camp, 1880-1950.
Photograph of a large herd of sheep grazing on a hillside, herders in foreground, Box Elder County. Between 1895 and 1925.
Photograph of four men Camping out "under the stars," 1910.
Photograph of a flock of sheep being trailed with sheep camp and herders in Willard, ca. 1905.
Letter from Owen De Spain, Forest Ranger to Frank Clark, January 19, 1953 about typing up his story of killing Old Ephraim.
Song "Old Ephraim" from journal of George R. Hill, Jr., Undated. Typewritten.
Photograph of Smithsonian tag on the skull of Old Ephraim, 2008. Tag reads: ""Smithsonian Institution, United States, National Museum. 243406. Ursus horribilis, Utah : Logan Canon [Canyon] Geo [George] R. Hill, Jr., July 1922.""
Photograph of serial number stamped on Old Ephraim's skull, 2008. "243406." Serial number is printed on the right side of the skull.
Photograph of left side of Old Ephraim's skull, 2008.
Photograph of view looking down on the skull of Old Ephraim, 2008.
Photograph of teeth on the left side of Old Ephraim's skull, 2008.
Photograph of skull of Old Ephraim. View from the right side of the skull, 2008
Photograph portrait of Frank Clark, taken ca. 1920. Photograph courtesy of courtesy of Dean and Marcia Green.
Marianna L. Israelsen drawing of Old Ephraim, 1959. Illustration is included in Newell R. Crookston's
Snow sculpture of Old Ephraim made by Utah State University students (negative). 1960s
Article on the return of the skull of Old Ephraim from the Smithsonian, printed in the Utah State University newspaper Student Life, vol. 75, no. 80, on May 17, 1978. The article was written by Peggy Boss, staff writer.
Black and white photograph of snow at Old Ephraim's grave site, Logan Canyon, 1923.
Old Ephraim's grave in Logan Canyon with boy scouts in background, 1923
Black and white photograph of Old Ephraim's grave in Logan Canyon, 1923.
Letter from Owen De Spain, Forest Ranger, to Frank Clark, February 12, 1953 about the rumors and stories around Clark's experience with Old Ephraim and requesting permission to publish Clark's account of the experience in the Logan Paper.
Folder contains: "Old Ephraim: Finding the Truth in Folklore" newspaper article written by Ron Stewart, handwritten notes and research about Old Ephraim, Old Ephraim draft and newspaper mock-up, "Old Ephraim: The Great Grizzly of the Cache National…
Story of the death of Old Ephraim, a famous grizzly bear in Logan Canyon, and Frank Clark, the man who killed him, as told by Newell Crookston to a group of Boy Scouts in 1966.
Story of the death of Old Ephraim, a famous grizzly bear in Logan Canyon, and Frank Clark, the man who killed him, as told by George R. Hill to his grandchildren on Thanksgiving evening 1954.
Story of the death of Old Ephraim, a famous grizzly bear in Logan Canyon, and Frank Clark, the man who killed him, as recorded on phonograph record by Reed Bullen at KVNU Radio; ca. 1950
Farming and Hunting: Stories from the Jensen Living Historical Farm. Compiled in 1991. Contains: "Encounters with Grizzlies;" The Great Varmint Hunt;" "Old Ephraim-the last grizzly bear in Logan Canyon" by Nora Dunne Slauson; 1917 "Fishing in…
The first-hand account of the Story of Old Ephraim by Fred Summers, May 24, 1977. Typed.
KVNU program copy of the Old Ephraim account, September 30, 1975. Transcript is typed with handwritten edits.
Story of Old Ephraim written by Nora Dunne Slauson, Undated.
Transcript of Old Ephraim -- #2 by J. Arbon Christensen, between 1960 and 1979.