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This collection contains copies of the photographs that were used during the 2004 UC/UI symposium “Making Tracks.”
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.
Inventory of Patricia Johnson Collection. This collection contains information on Utah Construction Company including photographs of the building of the Western Pacific Railroad and Hoover Dam. The additions include a dress worn by Marie Wattis during a dinner with Governor William Spry.
This collection contains items collected for exhibit use during the 2004 UCC Symposium. It includes items relating to the Central Pacific, Union Pacific, Southern Pacific, and Western Pacific Railroads.
These items were donated in 2002 by the Dee family. The collection contains two framed certificates presented to Lawrence T. Dee and a framed photograph of Lucky Mc in Wyoming. Lucky Mc was an uranium mine owned and operated by Utah International, of which Lawrence T. Dee served as a member of the Board of Directors.
This is a collection of photographs of the E.O. Wattis and Littlefield families. The set contains negatives, photographs, and scanned copies of the images. Most of the photographs center on Edmund Wattis Littlefield and his mother, Marguerite. The group was donated in August 2007 by Denise Sobel, daughter of Edmund Wattis Littlefield.
This collection contains the photographs and captions displayed during the 2002 UCC Symposium at Weber State University, Stewart Library.
This collection contains photographs used in the 2005 UCC symposium display on UCC and Building America's Defense. The photographs are categorized by founders, World War II, Lucky Mc, and Missile Centers. The captions are included with the photographs.