35-242 and 242a Minot, North Dakota.
September 11, 1935.
Two views showing effects of freight train colI ision on the Great
Northern Railroad just west of town, where locomotive shown dimly
on left ran into rear end of another freight train, scooping up the
caboose and one of the freight cars, both of which caught fire and
immediately burned . Numerous other cars were derailed, and three
men were seriously injured. This came about as a result of Labor
Union rules which required that the crew of the train standing on
the track quit at the end of a certain number of hours.
35-243, 243&, and 243b
Minot, North Dakota.
September 12, 1935.
Three views showing remnants of the wreck described in a previous
photograph, and taken about 16 hours later.
Minot , North Dakota .
November 24, 1935 .
Trying out t he telephoto lens of the new 5x7
camera . View t aken from Post Office window .
Minot, North Dakota.
July 2, 1935
Golden Jubilee, commemorating the
Fiftieth Anniversary of Northwest
Alta Bjornseth in costume typical
of fifty years ago.
Mabel and her father in front of a shack near Fort Peck Dam.
May 5, 1935.
Upper Souris, North Dakota.
July 16, 1935.
Dam No. 96.
Son of ranch owner on right,
and contractor's foreman on left
with their pet calf.
Lower Souris ,
North Dakota .
Thi s goat mounted to the top of the car \vhile the
car was unoccupi ed and remained there until driven
35-427 South Dakota.
December 6, 1935.
En route betwenn Pierre and Murdo.
General view of round barn from east side. This structure is between 60
and 70 feet in diameter. Actual measurements were not made.
Deadwood , South kota .
June 16, 1935.
Terrific thunder storm in edge of Black
Hills, north of Deadwood .
1 edici e Lake, .1ont na .
July- 22, 1935.
Snap shot showing water spout
and cyclone t edicine Lake . On
left is look-out tov/er, near head
quarters building, in process of
construction. In middle of pic ture,
water spout is pI in1y
visible. \ ater seems to have
been carried out of the lake into
the air about 1500 to 2000
feet where it spread, then dropt
to earth after havi ng been swept
away from the lake. hen water
struck the earth it was described
as sounding like a thousand guns
all at once.
Photo by Theodore Koch.
35- 39'7 and 39'7a
stanley, North Dakota .
May 1935 .
On highway between iilliston
Panor mic view of rainbow which
made more than 180 degrees of
arc . Views show both ends but
skipped section in the middle .
12 - 3
Uintah Reservat i on , Uta~ .
1 9 1 2 .
12 - 1 and 2
:hi terocks, Utah .
1 9 1 2 .
Two views of crazy Indian .
ipe Spring Fort, Utah .
1 9 1 6 .
Pipe Spr i ng Fort .
23- 78 and 78a
Strawberry Valley, Utah.
1 9 2 3 .
Location: Strawberry River .
Two views of one evening ' s
catch, trolling from a boaton
Strawberry Lake .
23-79--a and b
8trawberry Valley, Utah.
I 9 2 3 .
Three views of native Trout caught in high
water canal leading out of 8trawberry River .
Strawberry Valley, Utah .
I 9 2 3 .
One of three views showing
one evening ' s catc~
trolling from a boat on
Stravrberry Lake .
( w~tl (i ~.
Castle Rock , Utah .
1 9 3 3 .
Stationed on highway between
St . George and Beaver Dam .
Search Light, Nevada .
View of sky line enroute to Blake , California .
1 9 3 7.
Looking toward the fan rise I whi ch is north of
Lake, near the California-Nevada line. April 19, 1937 .
Looking east from near a point on the highway at divide,
at top of Siera Nevada .
Yuba Pass in Sierras, November 14, 1926.
Crib Dam on Yuba River, California.
Canyon City, Oregon, July 16, 1926
Gold dredge at work about ten miles below Canyon City.
HOW DUST STORMS TURN DAY INTO NIGHT
An ominous rolling cloud of dust, I graph as it swept down on the city I were blotted from sight when tbe
bane of the Kansas wheat farmer, of Hays, in northwest Kansas. storm reached its height. Rain is
is shown in this graphic photo- Residences, barely visible here, needed in many western regions.
THE SAINT PAt
UNANIMOUS FOR CORN
dis- While representatives of the three majo political parties took ho
ct- issues on state political matters jn speeches at Ortonville's fifth :'
646' annual sweet corn festival 1'hursday, all agreed on one thing at sal~
,t~ leasL and that was that the sweet corn served at the big free dinner ~
~ds at the city park was "delicioU$" jlmj. the affair one of the most
in- sllccessful ever attended. From left to right are, Thomas E. Latimer, Sh
bs, mayor of Minneapolis; Mike Murray, St. Cloud, former American ~f
or Legion Commander of Minnesota; Cornio WQllan of ,GhmwGod; Dr. he
71 G. W. Geenty, Ortonville; Roy Mattson, l\'Jinnea,polis, secretary fu
'5 RepUblican State Central committee; Pal Aylmer, Benson, al}d v
- H. C. ffremmer, Minneapolis. to
DESERET NEWS MODELING
or 1'3'$9 East Sixth South Street, have a good start ,on all
~ with this iglOO-l-.e enough to 'hold all three owners.
A MEMORIAL TO THE BIRTHPLACE OF MORMONISM: THE
ANGEL MORONI MONUMENT,
Which Is to Be Dedicated Next Sunday on the Summit of the HilI
CumOrah Near Palmyra, N. Y., Where, According to Mormon
Tradition, an Angel Appeared Befol·e Joseph Smith and Gave Him
the Golden From Which He Translated the Book of Mor-mon.
The Is the Work of Torlief S. Knaphus, a Danish
Convert to Mormonism.
In the high, wild, still places, Jar
from the parched pavements of
crowded cities, is communion of
mind and heart which clings to
memory like the essence of rose
leaves in a lovely jar.
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