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SCA979p2524-Ep38-FdA-001-002.pdf
"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.
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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.
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A photograph of Cache National Forest Grazing survey camp at Franklin Basin Ranger Station, Franklin County, Idaho. 1900s.
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Photograph portrait of Frank Clark, taken ca. 1920. Photograph courtesy of courtesy of Dean and Marcia Green.
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KVNU program copy of the Old Ephraim account, September 30, 1975. Transcript is typed with handwritten edits.
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Keith Jorgensen's Magnavox Home Entertainment Center heading with story of Old Ephraim typed, between 1960 and 1979.
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An article from Bear Lake Magazine describing the story of Old Ephraim, September 15, 1979.
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A brochure from American Savings explaining the Legend of Old Ephraim.
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A photograph of a statue of Old Ephraim in front of American Savings in Logan, 1986.
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A folk song of the legend of Old Ephraim.
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A folk song of the legend of Old Ephraim.
SCA979p2524-Ep38-FdF-007-009.pdf
Article covering Fred Summers version of the Old Ephraim legend. Fred Summers was a sheepherder who heard the story from Frank Clark.
SCA979p2524-Ep38-FdC-002-003.pdf
Herald Journal article concerning the dedication of the Old Ephraim monument, September 23, 1968.
SCA979p2524-Ep38-FdB-005.pdf
A photograph of a taxidermy bear for Deseret News article "Old Ephraim is Back: USU Displays Grizzly," May 17, 1978.
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A Mendon City Pioneer Days & Sesquicentennial Celebration program from July 24, 2010.
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A Mendon City Pioneer Days & Sesquicentennial Celebration program from July 24, 2010.
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A postcard with a picture of Joseph H. Watkins and two girls in an oxen-pulled wagon. The girls are his daughter, Flora Watkins, and Lilian Jensen. The image was taken on Pioneer Day, July 24, 1924.
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A photograph of L.K. Wood riding on his steam thresher in the 1947 Fourth of July parade in Logan, Utah.
SCAFOLK067-DNO-0062_GHMC030-4a-Bishop-Henry-G-Hughes-1869-1900.jpg
A photograph of Henry G. Hughes, the first bishop for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in Mendon, Utah.
SCAFOLK067-DNO-0062_IMG_5211-2-Mendon-Memorial-Day-Poppies.jpg
A photograph of the Wellsville Mountains with Memorial Day poppies planted by residents of Mendon, Utah.
DNO-0061-Item001.pdf
A typed manuscript about Rosa Thurston, a missing child from the 1860s, and how she might have been taken.
SCAFOLK067-DNO-0062_RSLKWJ285a-Circus-Calliope-built-by-LK-Wood.jpg
A photograph of the Steam Threshing Bee featuring L.K. Wood's steam threshers. Original file titled "Circus Calliope."
SCAFOLK067-DNO-0062_RSLKWJ332a-Horse-Threshing.jpg
A photograph of horse threshing in Mendon, Utah.
SCAFOLK067-DNO-0062_Picture-BoR103a-Muir-Odie.jpg
A photograph of Odie Muir
SCAFOLK067-DNO-0062_BoR053a-Hiibner-Glenn-Ivaloo.jpg
A photograph of Glenn and Ivaloo Hiibner
SCAFOLK067-DNO-0062_11-2-Buist-HazelS.jpg
A photograph of Hazel Buist Sorensen
SCAFOLK067-DNO-0062_SL23a-July-24-Cross-Country-Race-1972.jpg
A photograph of a cross country race in Mendon, Utah on July 24, 1974, Pioneer Day.
SCAFOLK067-DNO-0062_GHJR020-5a-Joseph-Barrett-Richards-with-horse-Maud-her-co.jpg
A photograph of Joseph B. Richards and two horses, Maud and her colt.
SCAFOLK067-DNO-0062_GHJR020-4a-Joseph-B-Richards-Horses.jpg
A photograph of Joseph B. Richards and two horses near a barn.
DNO-0061-Img001.pdf
A typed manuscript about Rosa Thurston, a missing child from the 1860s, and how she might have been taken.
SCAFOLK067-DNO-0062_PWL03a-Pioneer-home-with-milk-stand.jpg
An image of a pioneer home in Mendon, Utah with a milk stand in front.
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A map of Mendon, Utah including Petersboro, and Cobblestone. The map includes houses, businesses, fire hydrants, highway mile markers and church ward boundaries.
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An image of various May Day dresses on display that are made out of plastic, paper, and fabric. These dresses have been used over the years in Mendon, Utah for the May Day celebration.
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Students arrive at Intermountain Indian School
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Students decorate their dorm room for Christmas. Three students, Sam Clyde, Danny Claw and Bret Greymountain, stand around a small tree that's placed between two bunks. Two unknown children, in winter outfits, are also there.
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Three women, possible students, standing outside at the Intermountain Inter-Tribal School. All are wearing traditional dress, (Left to right) Papago (pink), Navajo (dark pink and blue), Apache (yellow).
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Intermountain Indian School students work on a roof at the school
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Construction of a new vocational building at Intermountain Indian School
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Thomas Kay Sorensen sitting on a couch. Backside of photograph says "Richard Watkins, Mendon." Information provided by Shirley Stauffer Darley.
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Photograph of Sweeten's Band in Mendon, Utah. Includes from left to right, front row: 1. Joseph H. Hancock, 2. Mormon D. Bird. Second row: 1. Ervin Gardner (possibly Alfred Irvin Gardner?), 2. William Isaac Sorensen, 3. George Hughes, 4. Gills…
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"New Fires" produced by Mendon Theatrical Society in the 1960s, revived by Richard Watkins in 1969. Featured is (left to right) Coy Anderson, Keith Sorensen, Debbie Bartlett, Lizzy Barrett (standing), Steve Hardman, [unnamed, possible first name is…
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Pulling match between the "Old Betsy" engine and another tractor. These machines were often used in threshing competitions. From left to right: Fred Taylor and Lynn Wood. Information gathered from Clyde Muir.
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L. K. (Lynn) Wood on half-scale Russel steam engine, located on First North between Highway 23 (First West) and Main Street in Mendon. Information gathered from Shirley Stauffer Darley and Rodney J. Sorensen.
DNO-0057-MendonPhotosBxFdImg-M18.pdf
Farm equipment and boy on a horse in the Forster Yard, Mendon, Utah, between 1890 and 1920
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Threshing grain by horse, possibly in the Mendon Town Square. Left to right: Matthew Forster, Parley Sorensen, A.W. Richards, Ephraim Shelton, Abraham Sorenson, and Amos Hardman.
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Photograph of the T. Kay and Maxine Sorensen family working on a farm in Mendon, Utah
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Farm Machine class, March 1944. Pictured is: (left to right) [unnamed], Claud Sorensen, Jess Walker, L.K. Wood, [unnamed], [unnamed], and [unnamed].
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Winter view of the President's house looking southeast from below the brow of Old Main Hill, ca. 1950s.
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An illustration of Native American performers performing the Ghost Dance in 1891.
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A handful of hand-carved marbles in various colors and materials, found in an abandoned Utah town, now belonging to the Golden Spike National Historic Site.