Weber Canyon (Utah)
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Photographs taken 1908 - 1912 by Edward Johnson of Croydon, Utah. Photographs are of the cement plant at Croydon, including shots of the various machinery in the plant; the Devil’s Slide area; upper Weber Canyon; some railroad shots; the Johnson homestead; his daughters; and various photographs of Johnson. Black and white, various sizes. Most are mounted on cabinet cards unless otherwise specified.
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.
Black and white and cyanotype photographs of Ogden Canyon, Weber Canyon and Ogden Valley, Utah, ca. 1915. Includes photographs of railroads, locomotive, horse and buggy, agricultural scenes, ranch scenes, and unidentified people. Sizes 2 x 3 and 4 x 6. Also included are computer scanned copies of the cyanotypes.
Four photographs of Northern Utah from Harry Shipler’s Commercial Photographers, Salt Lake City, Utah, ca. 1900.
Pages take from The Art Journal, ca. 1876. Contains illustrations and text on
western American landmarks, particularly of Utah. Illustrations are black and white engravings
and cover the Great Salt Lake, Salt Lake City, Echo Canyon, Weber Canyon, Ogden City, and
Ogden Canyon. Oversize manuscript drawer.