A radio broadcast transcript from the 1970s by J. Arbon Christensen on the KVNU radio station in Logan telling the tale of Rosa Thurston (1 of 2)
"Biographical History of Frank Clark," including refrences to parents and grandparents. This history does not include the famous bear story, but rather gives background on Frank Clark, himself.
“Close Quarters with Old Ephraim,” an illustration from "Theodore Roosevelt’s Hunting Trips of a Ranchman," 1885.
A photograph of Bear River Canyon in Utah, taken by C.R. Savage in 1891. The photograph features a branch line of the Utah and Northern Railroad.
Article covering Fred Summers version of the Old Ephraim legend. Fred Summers was a sheepherder who heard the story from Frank Clark.
"General Range Conditions" Annual Grazing Report for Cache National Forest, November 12, 1910. Excerpt from "History of Cache National Forest, Volume 2" compiled by Ralph B. Roberts, District Forest Ranger.
A photograph of Lake Blanche in the Wasatach Mountains of Utah taken by C.R. Savage in the 1870s.
Newspaper article of an interview with T. K. Sorenson and his memories of Mendon and its May Day.
Herald Journal article concerning the dedication of the Old Ephraim monument, September 23, 1968.
Transcript of Old Ephraim -- #2 by J. Arbon Christensen, between 1960 and 1979.
A Deseret News article concerning the Smithsonian loaning the Old Ephraim skull to Utah State University, June 17, 1973. The article also discusses the story of Old Ephraim.
An excerpt from "A Legacy of Monuments" written by Nephi J. Bott, 1973. This excerpt describes the history of the Old Ephraim monument and the folk song associated with it.
An article from Bear Lake Magazine describing the story of Old Ephraim, September 15, 1979.
Story of Old Ephraim written by Nora Dunne Slauson, Undated.
Folder contains: "Old Ephraim: Finding the Truth in Folklore" newspaper article written by Ron Stewart, handwritten notes and research about Old Ephraim, Old Ephraim draft and newspaper mock-up, "Old Ephraim: The Great Grizzly of the Cache National…
A folk song of the legend of Old Ephraim.
A folk song of the legend of Old Ephraim.
A Deseret News article explaining how Frank Clark regretted killing Old Ephraim, September 29, 1959. Frank Clark tells the story of Old Ephraim nearly 40 years after he shot him.
Article on the return of the skull of Old Ephraim from the Smithsonian, printed in the Utah State University newspaper Student Life, vol. 75, no. 80, on May 17, 1978. The article was written by Peggy Boss, staff writer.
"Story of Old Ephraim's death by Frank Clark," November 21, 1952. Typewritten.
"The Cache Grazing Resources," the third article in the series "Know Your Forest News Stories," 1927. This copy is from "History of Cache National Forest, Volume 2" compiled by Ralph B. Roberts, District Forest Ranger in 1968. This excerpt describes…
The first-hand account of the Story of Old Ephraim by Fred Summers, May 24, 1977. Typed.
Story of the death of Old Ephraim, a famous grizzly bear in Logan Canyon, and Frank Clark, the man who killed him, as told by George R. Hill to his grandchildren on Thanksgiving evening 1954.
Story of the death of Old Ephraim, a famous grizzly bear in Logan Canyon, and Frank Clark, the man who killed him, as told by Newell Crookston to a group of Boy Scouts in 1966.
Story of the death of Old Ephraim, a famous grizzly bear in Logan Canyon, and Frank Clark, the man who killed him, as recorded on phonograph record by Reed Bullen at KVNU Radio; ca. 1950
"True Bear Story as told by Frank Clark, Malad, Idaho," undated. Typed.
The story of Old Ephraim compiled in "Man Meets Grizzly: Encounters in the Wild From Lewis and Clark to Modern Times", 1980.
[Jimmy's] Sport store and Olson and Hoggan lawyer office. Charles P. Olson & L. Brent Hoggan tax assessment photograph (D-0049a), 56 West Center, Logan, Utah. Tax assessment card available.
185 South 100 East, Logan, Utah. A concert program for a Benefit Concert held by Johana Harris to raise funds for the Logan Eleventh Ward building (a church building in the Logan, Utah Area). The program includes works by Bach, Beethoven, Schubert,…
A concert program for the fifth concert held in a series of ten concerts for the Summer Festival Series the year of 1949. The program includes works by Beethoven, Debussy, and Franck performed by Johana Harris and Leonard Rose and was performed in…
Used with permission from Charles Smiley Presents Films, this clip provides a brief overview of the history of the Utah-Idaho Central Railroad. It includes many images and actual footage of U.I.C. trains and from passengers riding the trains. A copy…
A 1972 radio broadcast transcript by J. Arbon Christensen on the KVNU radio station in Logan telling about early pioneer medicines
A radio broadcast transcript from the 1970s by J. Arbon Christensen on the KVNU radio station in Logan telling the tale of Rosa Thurston. Circa 1970's. (2 of 2)
Adventure 16 catalog, front cover, 1971
Aerial view of the Logan-Cache Airport looking east.
Aerial view of the Logan-Cache airport looking north.
Aerial view of the Logan-Cache Airport looking northwest.
An aerial view of the Utah State Agricultural College (USAC) campus looking east at Old Main, the Quad, and surrounding college buildings.
Aerial photograph that covers from Green Canyon to Logan Canyon. Includes the USU campus and the Hillcrest Airport.
A picture of the Airplane Service Station located on 400 North in Logan, Utah.
Al's Sporting Goods Store and Gem Theatre. Built around 1917. Herbert Kulstrom c/o Bob Larsen Tax assessment photograph (D-0335a), 56 West 100 North, Logan, Utah. Tax assessment card available.
Alaska catalog, font cover, 1971-1972
Alpenlite catalog, front cover, 1983-1984
Alpine Aid catalog, front cover, undated
Alpine Designs catalog, front cover, 1973
Alpine Hut catalog, front cover, undated
Alpine Outfitters catalog, front cover, 2, undated
Alpine Outfitters catalog, front cover, 3, undated
Alpine Outfitters catalog, front cover, 4, undated
Alpine Products catalog, front cover, 1977