Register of the Josephine W. Isbell Collection (Ms.19)

Collection consists of personal papers, scrapbooks, and photographs collected by Mrs. Isbell. Many photographs are of homes and buildings in Cedar City, Utah, and of Southern Paiute Indians. A few items of memorabilia from the Civil War were also donated by Mrs. Isbell's husband Jack Isbell. Genealogical information and Gregory family photographs were donated by relatives of Mrs. Isbell. Scrapbook 1 is located in Box 2, Folder 1; Scrapbook 2 is located in Box 3, Folder 1; Scrapbook 3 is located in Box 5; Scrapbook 4 is located in Box 3, Folder 2; Scrapbook 5 is located in Box 4, Folder 1; Scrapbook 6 is located in Box 5; Scrapbook 7 is located in Box 4, Folder 2; and Scrapbook 8 is located in Box 4, Folder 3.

 

I. Manuscripts
A. Personal and Other Writing
B1Box number 1 F1Folder number 1 (1)Container number 1 "Builders of Old Main"
B1Box number 1 F1Folder number 1 (2)Container number 2 School notes of Josephine Walker (Isbell)
B1Box number 1 F1Folder number 1 (3)Container number 3 Recipe for canker remedy; "found in an old book belonging to Josephine"
B1Box number 1 F1Folder number 1 (4)Container number 4 Poem by unknown author
B1Box number 1 F1Folder number 1 (5)Container number 5 Biographical sketch about Charlotte Chatterley (Walker), handwritten, 9 pages
B1Box number 1 F2Folder number 2 (1)Container number 1 Manuscript entitled "Conquest of Mexico," 10 January [19]59; J. W. Isbell; handwritten; 6 pages
B1Box number 1 F2Folder number 2 (2)Container number 2 Manuscript entitled "Conquest of Mexico," typed, 8 pages
B1Box number 1 F2Folder number 2 (3)Container number 3 "A Brave Little Squaw," typed; 2 copies
B1Box number 1 F2Folder number 2 (4)Container number 4 Autobiography of Josephine Walker Isbell; handwritten, 9 pages
B1Box number 1 F2Folder number 2 (5)Container number 5 Autobiography of Josephine Walker Isbell; typed, 7 pages
B1Box number 1 F2Folder number 2 (6)Container number 6 "When Disobedience Paid," typed, 2 copies
B1Box number 1 F3Folder number 3 (1)Container number 1 Biographical sketch of Thomas Walker; copy A; handwritten, 10 pages
B1Box number 1 F3Folder number 3 (2)Container number 2 Biographical sketch of Thomas Walker; copy B; typed, 3 pages
B1Box number 1 F3Folder number 3 (3)Container number 3 Biographical sketch of Thomas Walker; copy C; typed, 3 pages
B1Box number 1 F3Folder number 3 (4)Container number 4 Biographical sketch of Thomas Walker; copy D; typed, 11 pages
B1Box number 1 F3Folder number 3 (5)Container number 5 Biographical sketch of Thomas Walker; copy E; handwritten, 8 pages
B1Box number 1 F3Folder number 3 (6)Container number 6 Biographical sketch of Thomas Walker; copy F; handwritten, 8 pages
B1Box number 1 F3Folder number 3 (7)Container number 7 Biographical sketch of Thomas Walker; copy G; typed, 2 pages
B1Box number 1 F3Folder number 3 (8)Container number 8 Biographical sketch of Thomas Walker; copy H; typed, 3 pages
B. Writing by Other Authors
B1Box number 1 F4Folder number 4 (1)Container number 1 "A Tribute to Tome Corlett," by Marian Sherratt Hahne
B1Box number 1 F4Folder number 4 (2)Container number 2 "Ode to the Tabernacle," by Mrs. Frank B. Adams
B1Box number 1 F4Folder number 4 (3)Container number 3 "John Henry Walker," by Mary Ann Starr
B1Box number 1 F4Folder number 4 (4)Container number 4 "Its Went and Gone," author unknown
B1Box number 1 F4Folder number 4 (5)Container number 5 "Our Twenty-Fourth," by E. C. Cox
B1Box number 1 F4Folder number 4 (6)Container number 6 "Our Mountain Trip," author unknown
B1Box number 1 F4Folder number 4 (7)Container number 7 "Mother," by Ann Starr, 1959
B1Box number 1 F4Folder number 4 (8)Container number 8 "Grandma Dutton," by Mary Ann Adams Starr, 1957
B1Box number 1 F4Folder number 4 (9)Container number 9 "Jane Pryor," by Mary Ann Adams Starr, 1958
B1Box number 1 F4Folder number 4 (10)Container number 10 "The Ghosts of Halloween," by E. C. Cox
B1Box number 1 F4Folder number 4 (11)Container number 11 "Ten Atkins" composed by Rube Walker about 1890
B1Box number 1 F4Folder number 4 (12)Container number 12 "Happiness" for Polly Sandine, adapted from Edgar A. Guest, by J. S. Prestwich, M.D.
B1Box number 1 F4Folder number 4 (13)Container number 13 "When I am Dead," by Mrs. Pilcher
B1Box number 1 F4Folder number 4 (14)Container number 14 "A Peep into the Past," author unknown
B1Box number 1 F4Folder number 4 (15)Container number 15 "My Mother's Picture," by D. B. Fredmen
II. Correspondence
B1Box number 1 F5Folder number 5 (1)Container number 1 Letter dated Sept. 17, 1903 to Charlotte Walker and family from "Sister Sadie"
B1Box number 1 F5Folder number 5 (2)Container number 2 Valentine card with letter to Jack Isbell and Josephine Isbell from Bob Stephens and Pearl Stephens; also contains a news article from the Deseret News on David O. McKay 's wife's 87th birthday
B1Box number 1 F5Folder number 5 (3)Container number 3 Letter dated April 1, [18]68 to Charlotte (Walker)
B1Box number 1 F5Folder number 5 (4a)Container number 4a Postcard postmarked July 25, 1964 from the 1964 World's Fair in New York, addressed to John Isbell from Ramona
B1Box number 1 F5Folder number 5 (4b)Container number 4b Postcard postmarked December 24, 1914 from California; addressed to Irene Walker from Ethel
B1Box number 1 F5Folder number 5 (5)Container number 5 Christmas card to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Isbell from Phyllis, postmarked from Las Vegas; n.d.
B1Box number 1 F5Folder number 5 (6a)Container number 6a Letter dated September 2, 1960 from Geneva Knowles
B1Box number 1 F5Folder number 5 (6b)Container number 6b Envelope to item 6a postmarked October 2, 1960 from Long Beach, California
B1Box number 1 F5Folder number 5 (7)Container number 7 Small New Year's card addressed to Aunt Charlotte from Mona
B1Box number 1 F5Folder number 5 (8)Container number 8 Letter addressed to Thomas Walker dated March 28, 1893 inviting him to a party
III. Publications
B1Box number 1 F6Folder number 6 (1)Container number 1 "A Christmas day with Longfellow," short book
B1Box number 1 F6Folder number 6 (2)Container number 2 Card on the Old North Church in Boston, Massachusetts
B1Box number 1 F6Folder number 6 (3)Container number 3 "Catalogue of Artists' Materials," C. R. Savage Co.; circa. 1900.
B1Box number 1 F6Folder number 6 (4)Container number 4 "Bigelow's Folio of Room Recipes," 1936,Bigelow-Sanford Carpet Co.
B1Box number 1 F7Folder number 7 (1)Container number 1 "The Flapper" by J. N. Kimball, 1925, used in the International Typewriting Championship Contest
B1Box number 1 F7Folder number 7 (2)Container number 2 "The Young Women's Journal," January 1894, Vol.5 No.4
B1Box number 1 F7Folder number 7 (3)Container number 3 "Values of the Book of Mormon," 1955-56, distributed by Cedar Stake MIA Special Interest
B1Box number 1 F7Folder number 7 (4)Container number 4 "Mormons are Different," by Joseph H. Weston, autographed by author, 1954
B1Box number 1 F7Folder number 7 (5)Container number 5 "Friends" magazine, June 1957
B1Box number 1 F7Folder number 7 (6)Container number 6 "Los Angeles, Southern California" travel brochure
IV. Photographs
A. Photographs removed to the Iron County Photograph Collection
IRO-BC-19Container number IRO-BC-19 Iron County Old Cedar Hotel (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-BC-21Container number IRO-BC-21 Iron County Gregory Swimming Pool (1 photographic print)
IRO-BC-22Container number IRO-BC-22 Iron County Service Stations; Twin Pines Service Station (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-BC-35Container number IRO-BC-35 Iron County Cedar Mercantile Co. (1 photographic print)
IRO-BC-36Container number IRO-BC-36 Iron County Record (1 photographic print)
IRO-BC-47Container number IRO-BC-47 Iron County Cedar Lumber and Hardware Co. (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-BH-13Container number IRO-BH-13 N. T. Porters' home (1 photographic print)
IRO-BH-14Container number IRO-BH-14 N. T. Porters' home (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-BH-15Container number IRO-BH-15 N. T. Porters' home (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-BH-18Container number IRO-BH-18 John Chatterley and family in front of their home (1 photographic print)
IRO-BH-21Container number IRO-BH-21 Charles Wilkinson home on south Main (1 photographic print)
IRO-BH-22Container number IRO-BH-22 David Dix and Nell Dix home on 400 E.(1 photographic print)
IRO-BH-23Container number IRO-BH-23 Unidentified home (1 photographic print)
IRO-BH-24Container number IRO-BH-24 Unidentified, located on 800 W. behind Parley Dalley home (1 photographic print)
IRO-BH-25Container number IRO-BH-25 Home of Grandma Pryor (1 photographic print)
IRO-BH-26Container number IRO-BH-26 Unidentified (1 photographic print)
IRO-BH-27Container number IRO-BH-27 Elmer Smith home (1 photographic print)
IRO-BH-28Container number IRO-BH-28 Unidentified home (1 photographic print)
IRO-BH-29Container number IRO-BH-29 Unidentified home (1 photographic print)
IRO-BH-30Container number IRO-BH-30 Former DUP Museum, now real estate office, on southwest corner of Center street and 100 E. (1 photographic print)
IRO-BH-31Container number IRO-BH-31 Herbert Webster home (1 photographic print)
IRO-BH-32Container number IRO-BH-32 Unidentified home on Lund Highway (1 photographic print)
IRO-BH-33Container number IRO-BH-33 Frank Webster and Abbie Webster home (1 photographic print)
IRO-BH-34Container number IRO-BH-34 Jack Walker home (1 photographic print)
IRO-BH-35Container number IRO-BH-35 Frank Walker (1 photographic print)
IRO-BH-36Container number IRO-BH-36 William V. Walker home (1 photographic print)
IRO-BH-38Container number IRO-BH-38 Mrs. George Urie home (1 photographic print)
IRO-BH-39Container number IRO-BH-39 George Urie home (1 photographic print)
IRO-BH-40Container number IRO-BH-40 Violet Urie home built by Timothy Adams (1 photographic print)
IRO-BH-41Container number IRO-BH-41 Tollestrup home (1 photographic print)
IRO-BH-42Container number IRO-BH-42 Neil Bladen home (1 photographic print)
IRO-BH-43Container number IRO-BH-43 George Wood home (1 photographic print)
IRO-BH-44Container number IRO-BH-44 Robert William Bulloch home (1 photographic print)
IRO-BH-45Container number IRO-BH-45 Home of George Corry and Fanny Jones Corry (1 photographic print)
IRO-BH-46Container number IRO-BH-46 Gus Mackelprang home (1 photographic print)
IRO-BH-47Container number IRO-BH-47 John Perry home (1 photographic print)
IRO-BH-48Container number IRO-BH-48 Warren Bulloch home (1 photographic print)
IRO-BH-49Container number IRO-BH-49 John Perry Nelson home (1 photographic print)
IRO-BH-50Container number IRO-BH-50 Edward Parry home (1 photographic print)
IRO-BH-57Container number IRO-BH-57 Brent Sorenson's house? (1 photographic print)
IRO-BM-01Container number IRO-BM-01 The Cedars Hotel run by George Stoll, Catherine Bell and others (1 photographic print)
IRO-BM-04Container number IRO-BM-04 Corry Motel (1 photographic print)
IRO-BM-05Container number IRO-BM-05 Corry Motel (1 photographic print)
IRO-BM-06Container number IRO-BM-06 Corry Motelcopy 2, larger photo (1 photographic print)
IRO-BM-07Container number IRO-BM-07 Leigh Hotel (1 photographic print)
IRO-BM-08Container number IRO-BM-08 Rest Camp (1 photographic print)
IRO-CO-16Container number IRO-CO-16 Old Folks Party in the Old Tabernacle (1 photographic print)(1 photographic print)
BNS-FA-37Container number BNS-FA-37 BNS Faculty 1910-11 (unscanned, available in Special Collections) (1 photographic print)
BNS-FA-38Container number BNS-FA-38 BNS Faculty; 1910-11 (unscanned, available in Special Collections) (1 photographic print)
BNS-FA-39Container number BNS-FA-39 BNS Faculty; 1910-11 (unscanned, available in Special Collections) (1 photographic print)
BNS-FA-40Container number BNS-FA-40 BNS Faculty; 1910-11 (unscanned, available in Special Collections) (1 photographic print)
BNS-FA-41Container number BNS-FA-41 BNS Faculty; 1910-11 (unscanned, available in Special Collections) (1 photographic print)
BNS-FA-75Container number BNS-FA-75 Ann Spencer (unscanned, available in Special Collections) (1 photographic print)
IRO-IN-33Container number IRO-IN-33 Irontown Restoration (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-69Container number IRO-PS-69 Sarah Chaffin, first school teacher in Cedar [City] (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-70Container number IRO-PS-70 James Whittaker, Mary Ann Whittaker, and family (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-87Container number IRO-PS-87 Ed Parry (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-100Container number IRO-PS-100 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Walker (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-101Container number IRO-PS-101 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Walker (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-115Container number IRO-PS-115 Joseph Cosslett (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-116Container number IRO-PS-116 Mr. and Mrs. John Chatterley (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-118Container number IRO-PS-118 Mr. and Mrs. John Chatterley (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-139Container number IRO-PS-139 Uncle Ben Arthur and family (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-381Container number IRO-PS-381 Thomas J. Walker (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-TR-20Container number IRO-TR-20 Old car on snowy road (1 photographic print) View Image
B. Civil War Picture Book
B1Box number 1 F10Folder number 10 (1)Container number 1 Photograph album with 34 pictures of unidentified family and military officers
C. Other photographs
B1Box number 1 F9Folder number 9 (1)Container number 1 Lizzie Bullock [Bulloch] Adams (1 photographic print) View Image
B1Box number 1 F9Folder number 9 (2)Container number 2 Three unidentified football players (1 photographic print) View Image
B1Box number 1 F9Folder number 9 (3)Container number 3 An unidentified group of men during World War I, Back row: Jesse Guymon, ____ Tollestrup, ________, ________, Ray Bauer, Jack Gurr, Ray Perry, Bill Adams, Mariam Wilkerson; Front row: Tom Mosdell, George Hunter, Orley Stapley, ________, Ebbie Edwards, Osro Webb, Arthur Perry (1 photographic print) View Image
B1Box number 1 F9Folder number 9 (4)Container number 4 Lee Sapulade on Blue Blazes in the Cedar Rodeo; photographer Doubleday (1 photographic print) View Image
B1Box number 1 F9Folder number 9 (5)Container number 5 Indian Frank riding a steer; photographer Doubleday (1 photographic print) View Image
B1Box number 1 F9Folder number 9 (6)Container number 6 Last picture of Harry Bowles, who was shot and killed August 29 in Salt Lake City (1 photographic print) View Image
B1Box number 1 F9Folder number 9 (7)Container number 7 Picture of Main Street and the Hotel El Escalante sign (1 photographic print) View Image
B1Box number 1 F9Folder number 9 (8)Container number 8 Edith Gregory Walker (standing) and Josephine Walker Isbell (sitting); sisters of John Henry Walker (1 photographic print) View Image
B1Box number 1 F9Folder number 9 (9)Container number 9 Rudy Neyman and Jack Isbell at Lake Mead. n.d. (1 photographic print) View Image
D. Gregory Family Photographs (Unscanned, available in Special Collections)
B1Box number 1 F12Folder number 12 (1)Container number 1 Public swimming pool; Cedar City, UT; 1926-1927; Arthur Gregory's parents owned it and Arthur Gregory was a lifeguard (1 photographic print)
B1Box number 1 F12Folder number 12 (2)Container number 2 Art Gregory's homemade radio at 12 years old (1 photographic print)
B1Box number 1 F12Folder number 12 (3)Container number 3 Art Gregory at 12 years old listening to his radio (1 photographic print)
B1Box number 1 F12Folder number 12 (4)Container number 4 Arthur Walker Gregory as a small child (1 photographic print)
B1Box number 1 F12Folder number 12 (5)Container number 5 Cleve Gregory (1 photographic print)
B1Box number 1 F12Folder number 12 (6)Container number 6 Edith Walker Gregory and Arthur Walker Gregory at 6 months old in Los Angeles, California (1 photographic print)
B1Box number 1 F12Folder number 12 (7)Container number 7 Arthur Gregory riding a seal in a Santa Catalina Island (1 photographic print)
B1Box number 1 F12Folder number 12 (8)Container number 8 John Charles Fremont Gregory (1 photographic print)
B1Box number 1 F12Folder number 12 (9)Container number 9 Edith Walker Gregory(1 photographic print)
B1Box number 1 F12Folder number 12 (10)Container number 10 Edith Morton Walker Gregory (1 photographic print)
B1Box number 1 F12Folder number 12 (11)Container number 11 Edith Morton Walker Gregory(1 photographic print)
B1Box number 1 F12Folder number 12 (12)Container number 12 John Charles Gregory and Edith Morton Walker Gregory riding in an ostrich-drawn buggy(1 photographic print)
B1Box number 1 F12Folder number 12 (13)Container number 13 Family picture of John Charles Fremont Gregory, Edith Morton Walker Gregory, Arthur Walker Gregory, Cleve Fremont Gregory (baby) (1 photographic print)
B1Box number 1 F12Folder number 12 (14)Container number 14 Portrait of John Charles Fremont Gregory and Edith Morton Walker Gregory (standing)(1 tintype)
B1Box number 1 F12Folder number 12 (15)Container number 15 Portrait of John Charles Fremont Gregory and Edith Morton Walker Gregory (sitting)(1 tintype)
B1Box number 1 F12Folder number 12 (16)Container number 16 Portrait of Solomon Gregory, half brother to John Charles Fremont Gregory; John Charles Fremont Gregory (standing); and Abraham Lincoln Gregory, half brother to John Charles Fremont Gregory(1 tintype)
B1Box number 1 F12Folder number 12 (17)Container number 17 Portrait of John Charles Fremont Gregory and Edith Morton Walker Gregory(1 tintype)
B1Box number 1 F12Folder number 12 (18)Container number 18 John Charles Fremont Gregory as a boy; father of Arthur Gregory and Cleve Gregory (1 photographic print)
B1Box number 1 F12Folder number 12 (19)Container number 19 Portrait of John Charles Fremont Gregory and Abraham Lincoln Gregory (1 photographic print)
B1Box number 1 F12Folder number 12 (20)Container number 20 Edith Walker Gregory (1 photographic print)
B1Box number 1 F13Folder number 13 (1)Container number 1 Arthur Walker Gregory and Cleve Gregory (1 photographic print)
B1Box number 1 F13Folder number 13 (2)Container number 2 Postcard addressed to Mrs. J.C. Gregory; portrait of John Charles Fremont Gregory as an orange picker (1 photographic print)
B1Box number 1 F13Folder number 13 (3a)Container number 3a Unidentified house (1 negative)
B1Box number 1 F13Folder number 13 (3b)Container number 3b Unidentified house (1 negative)
B1Box number 1 F13Folder number 13 (4)Container number 4 Unidentified man (1 negative)
B1Box number 1 F13Folder number 13 (5)Container number 5 John Charles Fremont Gregory; Art Gregory's father (1 photographic print)
B1Box number 1 F13Folder number 13 (6)Container number 6 Arthur Gregory and Cleve Gregory (1 photographic print)
B1Box number 1 F13Folder number 13 (7)Container number 7 John Charles Fremont Gregory, father of Arthur Gregory (1 photographic print)
B1Box number 1 F13Folder number 13 (8)Container number 8 Arthur Walker Gregory at 18 months old in Santa Catalina Island (1 photographic print)
B1Box number 1 F13Folder number 13 (9)Container number 9 Jack Isbell and Josephine Walker Gregory Isbell; this is the house where Corydon and Peggy lived (1 photographic print)
B1Box number 1 F13Folder number 13 (10)Container number 10 Arthur Gregory, Edith Morton Walker Gregory, and Cleve Gregory (1 photographic print)
B1Box number 1 F13Folder number 13 (11)Container number 11 Arthur Gregory, age 3 years old; in Echo Park Lake in Los Angeles, California (1 photographic print)
B1Box number 1 F13Folder number 13 (12)Container number 12 Portrait of Edith Morton Walker Gregory (1 photographic print)
B1Box number 1 F13Folder number 13 (13)Container number 13 Portrait of Cleve Gregory and Arthur Gregory as young boys (1 photographic print)
V. Artifacts
Chair belonging to Captain John W. Isbell who carried it, with its folding table, all through the Civil War.
B1Box number 1 F8Folder number 8 (1)Container number 1 Manuscript about the history of Civil War chair and Captain John W. Isbell; 2 copies; typed; 2 pages
B4Box number 4 (1)Container number 1 Slate belonging to Josephine Walker Isbell and includes a history and description of the slate.
B1Box number 1 F8Folder number 8 (2)Container number 2 Program of the Closing Exercises of the Parowan Stake Academy, 1893-94
B1Box number 1 F8Folder number 8 (3)Container number 3 Program for the Zion Easter Pageant, 1939
B1Box number 1 F8Folder number 8 (4)Container number 4 October 28, 1914, edition of the New York World; includes coverage of World War I events
B1Box number 1 F8Folder number 8 (5)Container number 5 News article from the Salt Lake Tribune highlighting Butch Cassidy and his ties to Utah; dated March 19, 1950
B1Box number 1 F8Folder number 8 (6)Container number 6 Newspaper insert to the Christmas News; dated December 16, 1939; photos highlight different areas around Utah
B1Box number 1 F8Folder number 8 (7)Container number 7 News article from Iron County Record, January 17, 1896 on Utah Statehood
B1Box number 1 F8Folder number 8 (8)Container number 8 Card with picture of Elder A. J. Layland of Raymond, Idaho; representing the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints; back of card lists "What We Believe"
B1Box number 1 F8Folder number 8 (9)Container number 9 Card that says "To my beloved pupil, in loving remembrance of your teacher Miss Emma Macfarlane, Cedar City, May 28, 1902"
B1Box number 1 F8Folder number 8 (10)Container number 10 Memorial card of Owen Chatterley Walker; born July 24, 1874 at Cedar City, Utah, died Sept. 9, 1909
VI. Scrapbooks
A. Photographs
S1Unit number 1 (1)Container number 1 Bank of Southern Utah building, northwest corner of Main and Harding Ave. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (2)Container number 2 LDS Tabernacle (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (3)Container number 3 Cedar Mercantile building (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (4)Container number 4 Main Street, looking north (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (5)Container number 5 LDS Tabernacle (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (6)Container number 6 Main Street at 200 North (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (7)Container number 7 Unidentified parade. R. D. Adams photographer. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (8)Container number 8 Unidentified parade; November 11, 1921. R. D. Adams photographer. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (9)Container number 9 Unidentified parade; November 11, 1921.R. D. Adams photographer. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (10)Container number 10 Unidentified float in parade (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (11)Container number 11 Engine of first train (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (12)Container number 12 Unidentified parade (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (13)Container number 13 Unidentified parade (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (14)Container number 14 LDS Tabernacle (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (15)Container number 15 Unidentified parade, R. D. Adams photographer. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (16)Container number 16 Main Street at 200 North in winter (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (17)Container number 17 Main Street, west side (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (18)Container number 18 Parades and floats (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (19)Container number 19 William Dix home on 500 E., burned down (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (20)Container number 20 Joseph Wilkinson home on 400 E. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (21)Container number 21 Heber Jensen home on 500 E. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (22)Container number 22 Henry Lunt home; 144 N. 100 W. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (23)Container number 23 Thomas Williams home on 400 E. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (24)Container number 24 Mattie Booth and John Booth home on 100 E. and Center st. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (25)Container number 25 Harry Leigh home; 104 S. 100 W. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (26)Container number 26 George Parry home on 300 W. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (27)Container number 27 Rachel Bauer home (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (28)Container number 28 Al Thorley home on south Main (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (29)Container number 29 Cross Country skiing (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (30)Container number 30 Cedar Sheep store, Frances Webster store, and Cedar Mercantile.R. D. Adams photographer. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (31)Container number 31 Main Street looking south at 200 North in winter; Hotel El Escalante sign (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (32)Container number 32 Maine Parry home, J. C. Penney store now on this property (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (33)Container number 33 Twin Pines gas station on Mainie Perry property (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (34)Container number 34 D. C. Haight home; southwest corner of 100 W. and 400 N. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (35)Container number 35 This building is across the street near the laundry, was a shoe shop and cabinet shop (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (36)Container number 36 The May Condie home; southwest corner of 100 W. and 200 N. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (37)Container number 37 Three buildings on campus of Branch Normal School (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (38)Container number 38 Cedar Coffee Shop (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (39)Container number 39 Knell Block (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (40)Container number 40 Wood Home (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (41)Container number 41 Rock Church (LDS First Ward) (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (42)Container number 42 LDS Tabernacle (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (43)Container number 43 Mrs. Palm and home (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (44)Container number 44 William Sawyer home on 100 W.; this home was put together of 2" X 4"'s bolted together; it was so tightly built that it would float in a flood (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (45)Container number 45 William Murie home on 300 E. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (46)Container number 46 Charles Wilkinson home on south Main (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (47)Container number 47 Robert W. Heyborne home on 54 N. 200 East. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (48)Container number 48 Cedar Sheep store (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (49)Container number 49 District School, LDS Tabernacle (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (50)Container number 50 Goodyear Shoe Rebuilders, Hunter Cleaners and Dyers (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (51)Container number 51 Biederman Market, Cedar Bakery, Cedars Hotel (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (52)Container number 52 Co-op Mercantile Store (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (53)Container number 53 Old Cedars hotel; burned in the early 1960's; there is a parking lot there now; Leigh Furniture Store (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (54)Container number 54 Cedars Hotel, Meat Market (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (55)Container number 55 Old West Elementary School building on 300 W.; the heat plant at the college can be seen in the background; Kopp's Garage (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (56)Container number 56 Kopp's Garage and Machine Shop (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (57)Container number 57 Golden Rule Store; 107 N. Main (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (58)Container number 58 Acme Paint Store, Golden Rule Store, Hunter Hardware and Furniture Co., Jewelry Co. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (59)Container number 59 Cedar Mercantile (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (60)Container number 60 Daniel Leigh home (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (61)Container number 61 Corry Hotel (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (62)Container number 62 Unidentified home (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (63)Container number 63 Unidentified home (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (64)Container number 64 Stuart Thorley home on south Main (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (65)Container number 65 Home of Mary Gower on 300 E. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (66)Container number 66 William Corry house on 100 E. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (67)Container number 67 Alonzo Higbee home (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (68)Container number 68 Ward Hall (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (69)Container number 69 Winter in Cedar City (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (70)Container number 70 Joe Perry home (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (71)Container number 71 Home of Moroni Corry on south 200 E. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (72)Container number 72 William C. (or V.?) Walker home on 300 E. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (73)Container number 73 Home of Grandma Pryor on 100 E. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (74)Container number 74 Home built by Bengt Nelson (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (75)Container number 75 Thomas Walker home (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (76)Container number 76 Superior Cleaners (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (77)Container number 77 Isaac Haight home; this was the first mortar and brick home to built west of the Missouri River. It was trimmed with fine white sandstone. It was two stories high and contained 12 rooms. It had a cellar under the north west corner. Twice the roof had been burned away. Cedar City was surveyed and laid off from this corner by Pres. Brigham Young. It belonged to Isaac Chauncy Haight. It stands on the corner of 100 E. and 100 N. where the employment security building now stands (1982). (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (78)Container number 78 Van Arsdale and Lawrence marker home, south Main (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (79)Container number 79 Gladys McConnell home; 33 S. 100 E (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (80)Container number 80 Will Wag Walker on 300 E. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (81)Container number 81 John Holland home on 400 E. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (82)Container number 82 R. W. Bulloch home on Canyon Road (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (83)Container number 83 Bert Corry home on south Main (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (84)Container number 84 Doss Walker home on 100 W. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (85)Container number 85 Tollestrup home; 107 S. 300 W. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (86)Container number 86 Urie home on 100 W. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (87)Container number 87 Sam B. Jones home on 100 W. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (88)Container number 88 E. B. Dalley home on 400 E. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (89)Container number 89 Isaac Nelson home, a corner lot, 200 E. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (90)Container number 90 Bengt Nelson home on 300 E. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (91)Container number 91 Orson Fretwell home on 300 E. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (92)Container number 92 Alfred Smith home on 300 E. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (93)Container number 93 Jane Pryor home on south 300 E. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (94)Container number 94 Nell Dix home on 400 E. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (95)Container number 95 Sandin home on south Main (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (96)Container number 96 Billy J. McConnell home; 124 S. Main (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (97)Container number 97 Dave C. Bulloch home on 100 W. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (98)Container number 98 Gus Mackelprang home on 100 W. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (99)Container number 99 Cedar Crest Lodge (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (100)Container number 100 Elliker home on south Main (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (101)Container number 101 Fred Ashdown at door of shop (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (102)Container number 102 Warren Bulloch home on northeast corner of Main and 200 S. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (103)Container number 103 Violet Urie home built by Timothy Adams (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (104)Container number 104 Edward Parry home on south Main (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (105)Container number 105 Elliker home on Main (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (106)Container number 106 Alex Matheson home on south Main(1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (107)Container number 107 Unidentified float on Main(1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (108)Container number 108 Bert Corry home on south Main(1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (109)Container number 109 Harry Hunter home on 100 E.(1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (110)Container number 110 W. H. Lunt home on 100 E.(1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (111)Container number 111 Thomas Walker home on 100 E. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (112)Container number 112 Sarahann Goddard home, later sold to Charles Mosdell (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (113)Container number 113 Sarahann Goddard (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (114)Container number 114 Samuel Bauer home on southwest corner of 100 W. and Harding Ave. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (115)Container number 115 E. M. Corry home on 100 W. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (116)Container number 116 Palm home on south Main (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (117)Container number 117 Twin Pines Service Station on the corner of Center and Main (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (118)Container number 118 Mary Ann Leigh home on 100 W. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (119)Container number 119 Kopp's Garage and Machine Shop (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (120)Container number 120 District School (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (121)Container number 121 Unidentified float on Main; in front John V. Adams home; November 11, 1921.R. D. Adams photographer. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (122)Container number 122 Sprouse Reitz Store (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (123)Container number 123 Branch Agricultural College Science Building (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (124)Container number 124 El Escalante Hotel (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (125)Container number 125 Thomas Corlett home on Main (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (126)Container number 126 "The Little House Out Back" (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (127)Container number 127 Stanley Bradshaw home; now (1961) part of College of Southern Utah (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (128)Container number 128 B. J. Lund Store; first store; Modena (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (129)Container number 129 B. J. Lund Store; second store; Modena (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (130)Container number 130 Mrs. George Urie home (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (131)Container number 131 Ingry Jensen (Jenson?) home on 200 E.; Ingry Jenson helped make the brick for this house; Loretta Parry had a history of this house. She is now deceased (1982) (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (132)Container number 132 Bud (Samuel) Leigh home (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (133)Container number 133 John Parry home on south Main; Knell Motel now on this property (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (134)Container number 134 T. A. Thorley home, R. D. Adams photographer. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (135)Container number 135 Iron County Record office (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (136)Container number 136 Jack Walker home on northeast corner of Center and 200 E.; Jack was also known as "Poots" Walker; (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (137)Container number 137 William Tucker home on 200 E. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (138)Container number 138 Power Company, Progressive Shoe Shop (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (139)Container number 139 Goodie Garden on Main (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (140)Container number 140 Unidentified house now stands on the corner where the Jack "Poots" Walker home used to be; northeast corner of Center and 200 E. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (141)Container number 141 Fred Benson home on 100 E. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (142)Container number 142 Peter Mackelprang home on 300 E. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (143)Container number 143 H. W. Lunt home; 144 N. 100 E. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (144)Container number 144 Neil Bladen home on south Main (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (145)Container number 145 Wood's Toggery; 64 N. Main (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (146)Container number 146 Cedar Drug, Jones Garage; 145 N. Main (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (147)Container number 147 Home of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Isbell (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (148)Container number 148 Church building on 100 W.; also the Relief Society building (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (149)Container number 149 Nancy Pendleton home on 200 W. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (150)Container number 150 Mary Ann Leigh home (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (151)Container number 151 Bullock home on 100 W. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (152)Container number 152 East side of First Ward chapel (Rock Church), corner of 100 E. and Center street (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (153)Container number 153 Chaffin home and first school; later the home of Sarah Leigh; Bills Grocery now on this property (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (154)Container number 154 John C. Isbell and Josephine W. Isbell home on 200 E. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (155)Container number 155 John C. Isbell home; 40 N. 200 E. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (156)Container number 156 Thomas Walker home on 100 E. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (157)Container number 157 Unidentified home (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (158)Container number 158 Cedar Coffee Shop, Leigh Hotel (110 N. Main); J. C. Penney Store (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (159)Container number 159 Thomas Thorley home on south Main (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (160)Container number 160 Tin Shop on cross street near jail; on center of north side of Lincoln Ave. which ran from Main to 100 E. at about 100 N. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (161)Container number 161 William Palmer home on 200 W.; southeast corner of 200 W. and Harding Ave. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (162)Container number 162 Thorley Theater and Movie House; 33 N. Main (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (163)Container number 163 Old Folks Party (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (164)Container number 164 Flood down Main Street in August 1921, R. D. Adams photographer. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (165)Container number 165 St. George home of Brigham Young (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (166)Container number 166 Carnegie Library building (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (167)Container number 167 Mountain Meadow Monument; 1956 (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (168)Container number 168 Morton Chatterley, age 35, was first man buried in Cedar cemetery; Chatterley's father was accidently shot in the arm when he was crossing the Big Creek; he took blood poisoning and died. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (169)Container number 169 Armstrong home of 300 W. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (170)Container number 170 Tucker home on 200 E. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (171)Container number 171 Hattie Root home; 81 N. 200 W. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (172)Container number 172 Biederman Market (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (173)Container number 173 Leigh Furniture Store, Leigh Hotel, J. C. Penney (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (174)Container number 174 Mayhew Dally home; southwest corner of 200 W. and 200 N. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (175)Container number 175 Joseph Wilkinson home (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (176)Container number 176 Building Equitable Store next to Andelin Ice Cream Parlor (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (177)Container number 177 Mrs. Isbell in buggy in front of Ward Hall (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (178)Container number 178 R. D. Adams house on south Main; part of this house is now the Eliker home; 36 W. College Ave. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (179)Container number 179 The tithing office; Myron Higbee, delivery boy (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (180)Container number 180 Telephone Co. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (181)Container number 181 Inside the Old Tabernacle at Old Folks Party (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (182)Container number 182 Joe Walker (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (183)Container number 183 Sister of Neal Bladen in front of Bladen home on south Main (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (184)Container number 184 John Chatterley, age 83 years; July 4, 1918 (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (185)Container number 185 Cedars Hotel (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (186)Container number 186 Stage on Lund Highway (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (187)Container number 187 Unidentified float in parade on November 11, 1921; R. D. Adams photographer (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (188)Container number 188 Old Tithing Office on Main (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (189)Container number 189 Sheep shearing at Iron Springs; R.D. Adams photographer (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (190)Container number 190 In old LDS Tabernacle (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (191)Container number 191 Jack Isbell (John C.) on his fancy Kentucky saddler in front of the old ward hall on 100 E.; the tabernacle can be seen in the left background (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (192)Container number 192 Mrs. Isbell sitting in wagon (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (193)Container number 193 Ada Wood Webster home; 310 N. Main (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (194)Container number 194 George Wood home; 432 N. Main (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (195)Container number 195 Mrs. Maggie May Bess home, 486 E. 200 S. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (196)Container number 196 Corry Hotel on 100 E.; Andrew Corry standing, Glen Simkins on horse named Shamrock (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (197)Container number 197 The new J. C. Penney store on the property once owned by Mainie Perry (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (198)Container number 198 Frank Lambeth and Mary Bladen Lambeth home on south Main (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (199)Container number 199 Thomas Lawrence home, lumber from old tannery building (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (200)Container number 200 Home of George Jones and Fanny Jones Corry, south 200 E. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (201)Container number 201 Home of Heber Perry and Caroline Perry on northeast corner of Main and 400 S. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (202)Container number 202 Home of Richard Middleton and Sarah Middleton on north 300 east (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (203)Container number 203 Charles Lundgren home; 20 N. 300 E. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (204)Container number 204 Horace Dover home on north Main(1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (205)Container number 205 George Mitchell Garage on north Main (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (206)Container number 206 Chris Mackelprang home, 146 N. 200 E., a corner lot (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (207)Container number 207 Elmer Smith home, south 400 E.; built by Will Williams (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (208)Container number 208 John Woodbury home, 237 S. 300 W. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (209)Container number 209 Home of Frank Webster and Abbie Webster, north 100 E. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (210)Container number 210 David Thorley home, 32 N. 200 W. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (211)Container number 211 Charles Corry home, 180 S. 200 E. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (212)Container number 212 Home of Rube Walker, north 300 E. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (213)Container number 213 John Walker Blacksmith shop (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (214)Container number 214 Unidentified home (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (215)Container number 215 Polly Sandin home, north 200 E. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (216)Container number 216 Lon (Alonzo) Higbee home, 400 W. 200 N. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (217)Container number 217 Cedar Coffee Shop (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (218)Container number 218 The first old bell made of first iron from iron foundry in Cedar City, the bell is now in the Iron Mission Museum (1980). (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (219)Container number 219 Old Main, 1898-Branch Normal School (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (220)Container number 220 Rachel Bauer home (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (221)Container number 221 Pearl Skinner home on 100 E. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (222)Container number 222 Mrs. Pearl Skinner (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (223)Container number 223 Ed Smith home(?); on the lot where the Eden Apartments now stand (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (224)Container number 224 Robert W. Heyborne home, 54 N. 200 E. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (225)Container number 225 Maryann Leigh home (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (226)Container number 226 Parson Webster home; 62 N. 300 E. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (227)Container number 227 William Macfarlane and Ida Macfarlane home, north 100 E. R. D. Adams photographer. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (228)Container number 228 Unidentified home (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (229)Container number 229 Jim Walker and home (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (230)Container number 230 El Escalante Hotel, Tithing Office once on this property (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (231)Container number 231 Herbert Webster home on 200 E., East Elementary School now on this property (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (232)Container number 232 Home of Corry Gower and Rachel Gower (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (233)Container number 233 Frank Walker home (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (234)Container number 234 These two houses are on the west side behind Parley Dalley 's home (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (235)Container number 235 Unidentified house (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (236)Container number 236 Relief Society store house on 100 W. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (237)Container number 237 Thomas Thorley home on south Main (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (238)Container number 238 Old City Jail; north side of Lincoln Ave. which ran east to west from Main to 100 E. at about 100 N. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (239)Container number 239 Joe Kopp, right; Andy Perrins; A. T. Jones; car at Jones Buick (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (240)Container number 240 Jemmia Hamilton (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (241)Container number 241 Gregory swimming pool on 370 N. Main (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (242)Container number 242 Timothy Adams home on north Main (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (243)Container number 243 Cedar Sheep Store; Harry's Filling Station; unidentified man and car (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (244)Container number 244 Twin Pines Service Station; J. C. Penney store now on this property; also seen are LDS Tabernacle, and a unidentified home (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (245)Container number 245 This a model of the Deseret Iron Works located in Cedar City in the 1850's. The model was made by A. K. Palmer after measurements and description researched by George A. Croft. The picture was taken out-of-doors to make it look more realistic. The model is presently displayed at the Iron Mission Museum at 595 N. Main (1982). (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (246)Container number 246 Dedicating New Carnegie Library building (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (247)Container number 247 John Nelson home (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (248)Container number 248 John Foster home (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (249)Container number 249 Parade on Cedar City Main Street (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (250)Container number 250 Hearse and plastic horses belong to Gronway Parry (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (251)Container number 251 Water wagon; driven by Frank Adams for many years while he was Road Supervisor (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (252)Container number 252 A load of logs coming down Cedar Canyon (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (253)Container number 253 Unidentified man standing by car and tree (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (254)Container number 254 Mitchell's cabins by Dix Tire Shop and Bradshaw Motor Company on north Main (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (255)Container number 255 Cedar Lumber and Hardware Store on the cross street where the Gold Strike store is now (1960). (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (256)Container number 256 Andrew Corry was one of the men on the jury when John D. Lee was tried for his participation in the Mountain Meadow Massacre (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (257)Container number 257 F. W. Woolworth store (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (258)Container number 258 Carnegie Library (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (259)Container number 259 Main at 200 N. at Tabernacle corner (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (260)Container number 260 Home of George W. Hunter and Rebecca Hunter (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (261)Container number 261 Wood Building (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (262)Container number 262 Second Wood Store (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (263)Container number 263 Pucell home (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (264)Container number 264 Fred Ashdown home (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (265)Container number 265 William Middleton home (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (266)Container number 266 Home of William Leigh; father of Harry Leigh; located on 100 W. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (267)Container number 267 Dramatic Club advertising a play at Branch Normal School (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (268)Container number 268 Leigh Hotel; Paiute Café (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (269)Container number 269 Samuel "Poots" Walker (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (270)Container number 270 Old Iron City, west of Cedar City (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (271)Container number 271 Southern Utah Fruit and Produce Co. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (272)Container number 272 Dr. Robinson's horse, Gordon Eatough home, Ben Knell, Don Urie and others in front of B. Knell building and Sandine Tailor Shop; Knell Block (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (273)Container number 273 William Middleton home, now owned by G. T. McDonough (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (274)Container number 274 A Cedar City view, R. D Adams photographer (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (275)Container number 275 Uriah (or Urian) Jones home on corner of 100 W. and the alley or cross street (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (276)Container number 276 Mayhew Dalley home, where Aunt Jody Wood lived (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (277)Container number 277 Arrowhead Trail; Cedar City Main Street, at 200 N. showing buildings on east side, looking south (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (278)Container number 278 100 E.; the building on the left is the old district schoolhouse where the LDS First Ward (Rock) church now stands. The building on the right, in the foreground, is the Old Ward Hall where the Armory now (1961) stands (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (279)Container number 279 Jack Walker home (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (280)Container number 280 Horse and buggy days in Tennessee; in the buggy are J. C. Isbell's second cousin, Ella Isbell and Will Ore (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (281)Container number 281 "Making hay while the sun shines" (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (282)Container number 282 George Urie home; north of the Eden apartments (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (283)Container number 283 Henry McConnell home; south of Thorley Motor Co. (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (284)Container number 284 Thomas Walker farm, 1 mile south of Summit (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (285)Container number 285 Winter in Cedar City (1 photographic print)
S1Unit number 1 (286)Container number 286 John Adams home on Main where Shell gas station now stands (1 photographic print)
B. Genealogy
S2Unit number 2  Book of Remembrance; genealogy records for Leila May Kurtz and Arthur Walker Gregory, grandson of Thomas Walker and Charlotte Chatterley; donated by Leila Kurtz Gregory
C. Clippings
S3Unit number 3  Scrapbook containing various religious columns from newspapers
S4Unit number 4  Scrapbook containing various newspaper clippings of Cedar City area residents and events
D. Mixed
S5Unit number 5  Scrapbook with newspaper clippings on "Vital 'Firsts' in the Progress of America," and photographs and clippings of local interest
S5Unit number 5 (1)Container number 1 Car and unidentified man by tree (1 photographic print) View Image
S5Unit number 5 (2)Container number 2 Joe Smith home (1 photographic print) View Image
S5Unit number 5 (3)Container number 3 Cedar City Train Depot (1 photographic print) View Image
S5Unit number 5 (4)Container number 4 Two unidentified women (1 photographic print) View Image
S5Unit number 5 (5)Container number 5 Eden apartments on the Joe Smith lot (1 photographic print) View Image
S5Unit number 5 (6)Container number 6 Overlooking St. George (1 photographic print) View Image
S5Unit number 5 (7)Container number 7 Woodward School in St. George, UT about 1914 (1 photographic print) View Image
S5Unit number 5 (8)Container number 8 Postcard from Manchester, England (1 photographic print) View Image
S5Unit number 5 (9)Container number 9 The train that brought the President to Cedar City on June 27, 1923 (1 photographic print) View Image
S5Unit number 5 (10)Container number 10 Miss Mahoney, superintendent of the hospital (1 photographic print) View Image
S5Unit number 5 (11)Container number 11 Dr. Leonard and Nellie Lunt with a patient (1 photographic print) View Image
S5Unit number 5 (12)Container number 12 Main Street (1 photographic print) View Image
S5Unit number 5 (13)Container number 13 Cedar boys leaving for World War I in 1917 (1 photographic print) View Image
S5Unit number 5 (14)Container number 14 Cove Fort (1 photographic print) View Image
S5Unit number 5 (15)Container number 15 Tollestrup home (1 photographic print) View Image
S5Unit number 5 (16)Container number 16 Men standing in front of the Goodie Garden in 1921 (1 photographic print) View Image
S5Unit number 5 (17)Container number 17 Cedar City Main Street in 1907 with the Thorley building, telephone office, Cedar City Café, and the barber shop (1 photographic print) View Image
S5Unit number 5 (18)Container number 18 Golden Rule Store (1 photographic print) View Image
S5Unit number 5 (19)Container number 19 Tom Corlett home on south Main (1 photographic print) View Image
S5Unit number 5 (20)Container number 20 Second home of Thomas Walker (1 photographic print) View Image
S5Unit number 5 (21)Container number 21 Second home of Thomas Walker, reconditioned (1 photographic print) View Image
S5Unit number 5 (22)Container number 22 Cedar City Tourist Camp (1 photographic print) View Image
S5Unit number 5 (23)Container number 23 Horses are Kentucky Saddlers, owned by Mr. Isbell; Thomas Corlett on right (1 photographic print) View Image
S5Unit number 5 (24)Container number 24 First Kentucky Saddlers brought to Cedar City by Mr. John C. Isbell (1 photographic print) View Image
B4Box number 4 S5Unit number 5 (25)Container number 25 Isbell's and friends at Cedar Breaks (1 photographic print) View Image
S6Unit number 6  Scrapbook containing various poems, prose, and thoughts from various sources
S7Unit number 7  Scrapbook containing several photographs and newspaper clippings of local interest
S7Unit number 7 (1)Container number 1 Unidentified men in front of the Cedar City Garage (1 photographic print) View Image
S7Unit number 7 (2)Container number 2 Thorley Motor Co. (1 photographic print) View Image
S7Unit number 7 (3)Container number 3 Unidentified man and women standing in front of the Presbyterian church. (1 photographic print) View Image
S7Unit number 7 (4)Container number 4 Possibly Rev. William Burton minister of the Community- Presbyterian Church. (1 photographic print) View Image
S7Unit number 7 (5)Container number 5 Unidentified man and women standing if front of the Presbyterian Church. (1 photographic print) View Image
S7Unit number 7 (6)Container number 6 Presbyterian property built by Walker, William Watts home. (1 photographic print) View Image
S7Unit number 7 (7)Container number 7 Presbyterian Church. (1 photographic print) View Image
S7Unit number 7 (9)Container number 9 Unidentified house. (1 photographic print) View Image
S7Unit number 7 (10)Container number 10 Reverend Rice, his wife and his children (1 photographic print) View Image
S7Unit number 7 (11)Container number 11 Unidentified man possible pastor of the Presbyterian Church. (1 photographic print) View Image
S7Unit number 7 (12)Container number 12 Unidentified man and women standing in a garden. (1 photographic print) View Image
S7Unit number 7 (13)Container number 13 Daniel Leigh home; now the Catholic Church (1 photographic print) View Image
S7Unit number 7 (14)Container number 14 Unidentified man possible a pastor of the Presbyterian Church. (1 photographic print) View Image
S7Unit number 7 (15)Container number 15 Presbyterian Church. (1 photographic print) View Image
S7Unit number 7 (16)Container number 16 Jill Williams in Dr. Leonard's hospital (1 photographic print) View Image
S7Unit number 7 (17)Container number 17 Unidentified home with six unidentified individuals standing on porch. (1 photographic print) View Image
S8Unit number 8  Scrapbook with pictures and news clippings of and relating to Native Americans
S8Unit number 8 (1)Container number 1 Unidentified group of Native Americans (1 photographic print) View Image
S8Unit number 8 (2)Container number 2 Unidentified group of Native Americans (1 photographic print) View Image
S8Unit number 8 (3)Container number 3 Diorama of a wagon circle, Native Americans and pioneers (1 photographic print) View Image
S8Unit number 8 (4)Container number 4  Three Native Americans men; Cory Walter, Jake Stewart, George (1 photographic print) View Image
S8Unit number 8 (5)Container number 5 Cave Paintings (1 photographic print) View Image
S8Unit number 8 (6)Container number 6 Various Native American artifacts (1 photographic print) View Image
S8Unit number 8 (7)Container number 7 Three unidentified Native American men (1 photographic print) View Image
S8Unit number 8 (8)Container number 8 Jimmie Pete, Toby John, Stewart Snow, and Roy Tom (1 photographic print) View Image
S8Unit number 8 (9)Container number 9 Unidentified group of Native American children (1 photographic print) View Image
S8Unit number 8 (10)Container number 10 Unidentified Native American baby girl (1 photographic print) View Image
S8Unit number 8 (11)Container number 11 Julia John (1 photographic print) View Image
S8Unit number 8 (12)Container number 12 Julia John and Ada John with two unidentified Native American men (1 photographic print) View Image
S8Unit number 8 (13)Container number 13 Walter George and another unidentified Native American man (1 photographic print) View Image
S8Unit number 8 (14)Container number 14 Virginia, Violet, Paulen, and Luia (1 photographic print) View Image
S8Unit number 8 (15)Container number 15 Cliff drawings near Cedar City (1 photographic print) View Image
S8Unit number 8 (16)Container number 16 Homer Rice as a child; he was killed in World War II (1 photographic print) View Image
S8Unit number 8 (17)Container number 17 Three unidentified Navajo men (1 photographic print) View Image
S8Unit number 8 (18)Container number 18 Unidentified man with cliff drawings in June 1950 (1 photographic print) View Image
S8Unit number 8 (19)Container number 19 Audrine (1 photographic print) View Image
S8Unit number 8 (20)Container number 20 "The Fair Little Indian Maid" (1 photographic print) View Image
S8Unit number 8 (21)Container number 21 Navajo hogan and family on the Navajo Reservation in Arizona. (1 photographic print) View Image
S8Unit number 8 (22)Container number 22 Josephine Isbell dressed in Native American clothes (1 photographic print) View Image
S8Unit number 8 (23)Container number 23 Roy Tom (1 photographic print) View Image
S8Unit number 8 (24)Container number 24 Dance of Pueblo Native Americans at San Juan (1 photographic print) View Image
S8Unit number 8 (25)Container number 25 Unidentified Native American from Nevada (1 photographic print) View Image
S8Unit number 8 (26)Container number 26 Adrime Jake (1 photographic print) View Image
S8Unit number 8 (27)Container number 27 Four generations of Native American women: Rena, Mabe, Virginia, and her daughter (1 photographic print) View Image
S8Unit number 8 (28)Container number 28 Rena sitting (1 photographic print) View Image
S8Unit number 8 (29)Container number 29 Congregation that was present at the organizing of the Cedar City Branch in November 1960 (1 photographic print) View Image
S8Unit number 8 (30)Container number 30 First Cedar City Paiutes to do baptisms for the dead in St. George temple, 1960; back: Grant Pete, Jay Benson, Kenneth Anderson and Franklin Benn; front: Jessie Pete, Ruth Benson, Geneva Anderson, Jean Benn and Shirley Jake (1 photographic print) View Image
S8Unit number 8 (31)Container number 31 First Cedar City Paiute baptizing another Paiute; Kenneth Anderson baptizing Ernest Mose in 1961 (1 photographic print) View Image
S8Unit number 8 (32)Container number 32 Unidentified Native American family (1 photographic print) View Image
S8Unit number 8 (34)Container number 34 Jimmy Pete (1 photographic print) View Image
S8Unit number 8 (35)Container number 35 Paiute Native American Chief Kanosh's daughter and grandchild (1 photographic print) View Image
S8Unit number 8 (36)Container number 36 Unidentified Native American child (1 photographic print) View Image
S8Unit number 8 (37)Container number 37 Rena Squint (1 photographic print) View Image
S8Unit number 8 (38)Container number 38 Mabel, Rena, Virginia and Hilda (1 photographic print) View Image
S8Unit number 8 (39)Container number 39 Rena Squint (1 photographic print) View Image
S8Unit number 8 (40)Container number 40 First Branch Presidency of the Cedar City Indian Branch; Vic L. Davis and Dix K. Waddell, counselors; William Manning, branch president; Kenneth Anderson, branch clerk (1 photographic print) View Image
S8Unit number 8 (41)Container number 41 Unidentified African-American man (1 photographic print) View Image
S8Unit number 8 (42)Container number 42 Unidentified African-American children (1 photographic print) View Image
S8Unit number 8 (43)Container number 43 Unidentified Native American woman (1 photographic print) View Image
S8Unit number 8 (44)Container number 44 Unidentified Native American family (1 photographic print) View Image
S8Unit number 8 (45)Container number 45 Two unidentified children in full Native American clothing (1 photographic print) View Image
S8Unit number 8 (46)Container number 46 Adrinne Jake (1 photographic print) View Image
S8Unit number 8 (47)Container number 47 Unidentified African American woman holding a baby (1 photographic print) View Image
S8Unit number 8 (48)Container number 48 Unidentified African American child (1 photographic print) View Image
S8Unit number 8 (49)Container number 49 Two unidentified African American men (1 photographic print) View Image
S8Unit number 8 (50)Container number 50 Unidentified African American child (1 photographic print) View Image
S8Unit number 8 (51)Container number 51 An unidentified African American family (1 photographic print) View Image
S8Unit number 8 (52)Container number 52 Unidentified African American boy dancing while two unidentified men look on (1 photographic print) View Image
VII. Books (removed from collection)
Ray's New Elementary Algebra; Ray
Davies' Elementary Geometry; Davies
The Quick or the Dead; Rives
Caesar's Gallic War; Harper and Tolman
Elements of Logic
Olney's New Elementary Geometry; Olney
An Old Fashioned Girl; Louisa May Alcott
Weber's Outlines of Universal History
Hans Brinker or the Silver Skates
New Plane and Solid Geometry
Medical books and BAC texts
Libro Primario de Ingles de Espanol; Josefina Lindley de Corella; 1885
Eight books of Caesar's Gallic War; Wm. R. Harper and Herbert C. Tolman
Steps to Christ; Ellen G. White; 1921
Hunters and Trappers Guide; Andersch Bros.; 1903
The Beginner's Latin book; Wm. C. Collar and M. Grant Daniell; 1893
Latin Grammar; J. H. Allen and J. B. Greenough; 1894
Outlines of Universal History; George Weber; 1853
Arizona; Pictorial America Series; 1945
My Life's Philosophy: Pioneering in Utah's Dixie; Sylvester Earl; 1944
Lady of the Lake; Sir Walter Scott
Atlas of the 50 States; National Geographic
Higher Lessons in English; Reed and Kellogg; 1892
VIII. Negatives
B1Box number 1 F11Folder number 11 (1)Container number 1 Negatives from the Isbell House Book (Scrapbook 1); negatives for pictures 30, 39, 48, 57, 85, 93, 115, 119, 135, 139, 153, 161, 172, 173, 184, 185, 192, 230, 241, 243, 255, 261, 262, 269, 270, and 271
B3Box number 3 F1Folder number 1 (1)Container number 1 Oversize negative of Old Timer's Party gathering at C. J. Arthur home in 1918; negative same as Historical Photograph Collection IRO-CO-14; for identification see photographic print