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Letter from Eliza P. Clark to her cousin Emily of Farmington, Utah. Concerns Eliza’s brother, Orson of Bighorn, Wyoming. Dated January 15, 1925.
Lagoon Amusement Park in Farmington, Utah was originally created as a 1.5 million gallon
water park, opened on July the 12 th 1896. Some of those best known for the creation of Lagoon
are Robert E. Freed, Ranch S. Kimball and Simon Bamberger. Lagoon evolved from a water
park to include zoo animals, thrill and kiddie rides, dancing, horse racing, carnival games and a
1927 Lagoon thoroughbred horse races, Farmington, Utah. Photographs show individual horses with their jockeys. Some photographs depict horses running in race. Black and white, 4 ½ x 6 ½ , framed in gray mat board, fair condition.
Program for “Pacific Islanders’ Day Lagoon” Tuesday, August 12, 1913. Includes
Salt Lake Time Table and Ogden Time Table for train routes.
Photograph postcards of the Lagoon Resort in northern Utah. Scenes depict amusement rides, boating on Lagoon Lake, concession stands, and gardens. Black and white, color, c.a. 1907-15, 1960.
Contains posters for Midsummer fest Lagoon that are in Swedish.
Calling cards for missionaries of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Elbert E. Randall of Centerville, Utah; Ralph J. Strong of Kaysville, Utah; H.J. Vanfleet of
Farmington, Utah; David S. Warren of Syracuse, Utah, ca. 1900.
Photographs were taken in the summer of 1940, developed on July 15, 1940.