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The Intermountain Inter-Tribal School logo created by Navajo artist John Huskett on the side of the school's auditorium.
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The graduating class of 1966
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A baseball game on Intermountain campus
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Intermountain athletes in Peach Days parade
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A mural salvaged from the Intermountain Indian School buildings
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Naatsiilid the student literary journal of Intermountain School
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A collection of student poems
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Boys in the dorms ironing their clothing
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Logo for Intermountain Inter-Tribal School
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Intermountain Indian School's auditorium.
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Run-down buildings of Intermountain Indian School, after it was abandoned.
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Students gather on campus to visit.
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Students walking through a popular campus meeting place.
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Picture of the ruined mural from the Intermountain School
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Picture of the ruined mural from the Intermountain School
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The metal box containing the mural
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A well-known Intermountain Indian School mural
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Intermountain alumni paint the "I" during a reunion
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A class ring from the Intermountain Indian School in Brigham City, Utah
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Track and field athletes from Intermountain display their trophy.
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A group of Intermountain Inter-Tribal students gather for an event at the school
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Nativity scene with Native American clothing and other native elements
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Female Intermountain Indian School students playing basketball
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Winter view of the President's house looking southeast from below the brow of Old Main Hill, ca. 1950s.
MCL-NEWSHeraldJournal-1949-06-16.pdf
A newspaper article highlighting the opening events of the Summer Festival Series held by USAC in Logan, Utah during the summer of 1949. The article was written by Marion Nielsen and published on June 6, 1949 in the Herald Journal.
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A black and white photograph of Roy and Johana Harris recording their radio broadcast, Music with our Neighbors. Johana Harris  is seated at the piano and Roy Harris is seated in a chair, watching as she plays.The radio set up was located in the…
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A black and white photograph of the Harris's African American domestic, George Maxwell, with two of their children posed on an armchair in their living room and Johana Harris standing in the stairway.
SCAUA-03p01s07-02Bx053Fd02Item029.pdf
185 South 100 East, Logan, Utah. A concert program for a Benefit Concert held by Johana Harris to raise funds for the Logan Eleventh Ward building (a church building in the Logan, Utah Area). The program includes works by Bach, Beethoven, Schubert,…
SCAUA-03p01s07-02Bx053Fd02Item033.pdf
A concert program for the tenth concert held in a series of ten concerts for the Summer Festival Series the year of 1949. The program includes works by J.S. Bach, Paul Hindersmith, and Bela Bartok performed by Johana Harris and The String Sinfonia. 
SCAUA-03p01s07-02Bx053Fd02Item034.pdf
A concert program for the sixth concert held in a series of ten concerts for the Summer Festival Series the year of 1949. The program includes works by Haydn, Beethoven, and Debussy performed by Joseph Gingold, James Barret, Milton Preeves, and…
SCAUA-03p01s07-02Bx053Fd02Item036.pdf
A concert program for the fifth concert held in a series of ten concerts for the Summer Festival Series the year of 1949. The program includes works by Beethoven, Debussy, and Franck performed by Johana Harris and Leonard Rose and was performed in…
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The photo accompanying a newspaper article giving a short biography of Johana Harris as a famous pianist as she started her tenure at USAC in Logan, Utah written by Marion Nielsen. The article was published on February 7, 1949.
SCAUA-10p02c27Bx014Fd14-19490207_Article.pdf
A newspaper article giving a short biography of Johana Harris as a famous pianist as she started her tenure at USAC in Logan, Utah written by Marion Nielsen. The article was published on February 7, 1949 in the Herald Journal.
SCAUA-10p02c27Bx014Fd11-19481130_Article.pdf
The photo accompanying the newspaper article giving a short biography of Roy Harris as an American Composer as he started his tenure at USAC in Logan, Utah written by Marion Nielsen. The article was published on November 30,1949.
SCAUA-10p02c27Bx014Fd11-19481130_Article.pdf
A newspaper article giving a short biography of Roy Harris as an American Composer as he started his tenure at USAC in Logan, Utah written by Marion Nielsen. The article was published on November 30, 1949 in the Herald Journal.
SCAUA-25p05s08-1949-02-10-Page01.pdf
An article from the Student Life newspaper titled "Symphony Slates Concerts This Afternoon, Tonight". The article gives details for a concert by the Utah Symphony and Johana Harris to be given on February 10, 1949.
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An article from the Student Life Newspaper titled "Composer Schedules Radio Series Program." The article discribes the radio broadcast series "Music With Our Neighbors" run by Roy and Johana Harris from their home in Logan, Utah.
SCAUA-03p01s07-02Bx021Fd01Item017-001.pdf
A letter from Franklin S. Harris to Robert Donner, stating that Roy Harris was not a communist sympathizer, but a "fine gentleman and outstanding musician." 
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A letter from Robert Donner to Franklin S. Harris, inquiring after the nature of Roy and Johana's departure from the university and accusing Roy Harris of being a "Red" and having communist sympathies.
SCAUA-03p01s07-02Bx021Fd06Item025.pdf
A letter from Franklin S. Harris to Roy and Johana Harris, expressing gratitude for their work at USAC and sadness at their departure from the staff.
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A letter from Roy Harris and Johana Harris to Franklin S. Harris and Dean E.A. Jacobsen, detailing a plan to alter their work contracts for the following year. 
SCAUA-03p01s07-02Bx021Fd06Item046-001.pdf
A letter from Franklin S. Harris to Johana Harris, responding to her concern about finding "colored" friends for their domestic, Maxwell, in Logan, Utah.
SCAUA-03p01s07-02Bx021Fd06Item046-002.pdf
A letter from Johana Harris to Franklin S. Harris expressing concern over not being able to find "colored" friends for their domestic, Maxwell, in Logan, Utah.
SCAUA-03p01s07-02Bx015Fd01Item011.pdf
A letter from Roy Harris to Franklin S. Harris expressing his excitement to start working at USAC.
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A letter from Roy Harris to Franklin S. Harris explaining the Time's Article "Composing for Cash" written by Marshall Sprague. 
SCAUA-03p01s07-02Bx015Fd01Item008.pdf
An article from "TIME" about Roy Harris's approach to earning a living as a composer. 
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A letter from E.A. Jacobsen (Dean) to President Franklin S. Harris recommending Roy and Johana Harris to be hired as Composer in Residence and Artist in Residence, respectively. 
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Page 69 of Logan, Utah's Musical Arts Guild minutes dated January 18, 1949. Identifies topic of the day as Lily Pons and Andre Kostelanets.
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A black and white photograph of Roy and Johana seated at the piano in their home in Logan, Utah. Behind them stand four string musicians (Joseph Gingold, James Barret, Milton Preeves, and Leonard Ross) who were visiting for the Summer Festival Series…
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A black and white photograph of four string musicians (Joseph Gingold, James Barret, Milton Preeves, and Leonard Ross) visiting for the Summer Festival Series of 1949 seated in the living room of the home of Roy and Johana Harris in Logan, Utah.
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