Sign at Ricks Spring, Logan Canyon, Utah. Located to the side of a cave (pictured in image A1177a), the sign relates the "discovery" of the spring by Thomas E. Ricks in 1865. Photo by A.J. Simmonds, March 1975. One black and white photograph...
Ricks Spring (Cache County, Utah)--Pictorial works
Site just above First Dam in Logan Canyon, Utah, 1920s. Utah Power and Light Company Plant is barely visible at left. One black and white photograph (6 x 7.75 inches) mounted on board. (Negative available).
Logan Canyon (Utah)--Pictorial works; Logan River (Utah)--Pictorial works
Sixth daybook in collection of 15 daybooks. This volume is a daily log of Aaron P. Christiansen's daily activities as assistant Forest Ranger in the Uintah Forest during November, 1916 and January, 1917;
Christiansen, Aaron Parley, 1889-1950; Salt Creek Ranger Station (Utah) -- History -- Sources; United States -- Forest Service -- Uinta National Forest Supervisor's Office -- History -- Sources; Forest rangers -- Utah -- Uinta National Forest --...
Soil Tests and Stability Analysis for Porcupine Dam prepared for Utah Water and Power Board. Report on tests for Porcupine Dam / D.F. Peterson and Dwayne Neilson. Engineering Experiment Station, College of Engineering, Utah State University, May...
Some Recollections Relating To The Early Pioneer Life Of Logan City And Cache County by Joel Ricks, December 22, 1923. This is the first of a series of articles writte by Mr. Joel Ricks for publication in The Journal.
Logan (Utah)--History; Cache Valley (Utah and Idaho)--History; Cache Valley (Utah and Idaho)--Biography; Logan (Utah)--Biography;
Spillway from Utah Power and Light Company flume, Logan Canyon, Oct. 1919. Photo from the Orson W. Israelsen Collection. One black and white photograph (9.5 x 6.25 inches) mounted on board. (Negative Available).
Irrigation canals and flumes--Utah--Logan Canyon--Pictorial works