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This collection was donated by Alexis Kelner, President of the Save Our Canyons Committee. The Committee printed newsletters, newspaper inserts, and brochure to heighten the awareness of the damage being done to Utah’s Canyons.
Donated by the Walter Checketts Jr. family, this collection contains an outdoor camping guide
from “Camp Browning” at Pineview Lake in Ogden Canyon and Checketts Scout Master Cards
This collection contains correspondence between Charles, his wife Ida, their families and friends. It also houses some of Charles’s photographs. The bulk of the photograph collection is taken from 5x7 glass plate negatives. Boxes 6-11, contain glass plate negatives taken by Charles housed in negative sleeves.
Photographs showing the construction of Pineview Dam. Black and white, 5 x 7, 8 x 10, c.a. 1900. Photographs include scenes of buildings, construction, and people standing near the Ogden River and a large pipe. See also Portrait Photograph File--Barker, Joseph Delbert.
This collection was donated in 2004 courtesy of Jean Binnie. The collection contains various photos of unnamed people and places.
Within this collection are photographs of the Ogden area, circa 1900, and of construction of the Central Pacific Railroad. Photographs of Ogden include people, street scenes, businesses, and landmarks.
This collection includes photocopies of the items in the scrapbook detailing the first professional skiers in Ogden. The collection was donated by Dr. Lee Sather of the History Department.
Contains original photographs form the Mitchell Postcard Company that were used for their line of postcards: Ogden, Utah and Ogden & Weber Canyon, circa early 1900s. Some have crop marks and hand retouching.
Ogden Canyon and Wheeler Canyon, Utah photographs including Cold Water Falls and Glen Falls, Ogden Canyon and Wheeler Canyon by way of Ogden Canyon. Sepia tone, ca. 1880. Includes photographic copies.