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This collection contains an oversize artist rendition of the two trains meeting at Promontory Point marking the completion of the Trans-continental railroad. There is no artist signature on the item.
Postcards c.a. 1900-1920 of the Feather River Western Pacific Railroad Utah-California route. Black and white, color, sepia. Scenes include Feather River Bridge, Feather River Canyon, Feather River Highway, and various scenic views near Oroville, California.
This collection contains a souvenir photograph album from the Golden Spike Monument. It includes 4 photographs of the joining of the rails and a history in the back of the folder.
Handwritten history, “The Lucin Cut-Off” by an unknown author, May 1905.
This ten page document relates how the Lucin Cut-Off was constructed and describes the
topography of this area in the Great Salt Lake.
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.
Program for “Pacific Islanders’ Day Lagoon” Tuesday, August 12, 1913. Includes
Salt Lake Time Table and Ogden Time Table for train routes.