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DNO-0051_Mouth of Tunnel No. 3.jpg
Stereoview photograph by Charles Roscoe Savage for the Union Pacific Railroad collection entitled "Mouth of Tunnel No. 3." Photograph features 5 railroad workers (probably Chinese) in a cart on the tracks leading into the tunnel.
DNO-0058_IMG_0856.jpg
This pickle bottle was found along the railroad in Utah. On loan from the Golden Spike National Historic Site.
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This pickle bottle was found along the railroad in Utah. On loan from the Golden Spike National Historic Site.
DNO-0058_IMG_0887.jpg
A hand-carved domino found in Utah, on loan from the Golden Spike National Historic Site.
DNO-0058_IMG_0888.jpg
A hand-carved domino found in Utah, on loan from the Golden Spike National Historic Site.
DNO-0058_IMG_0926.jpg
A cross-section of a rail from a nineteenth century railroad line.
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A rusted railroad spike from a nineteenth century railroad line in Utah.
DNO-0058_IMG_0953.jpg
Link and pin coupler from a nineteenth century train, found in Utah.
DNO-0058_IMG_0949.jpg
A rusted pick head used on a nineteenth century railroad in Utah.
DNO-0058_IMG_0957.jpg
A broken pin from a nineteenth century train.
DNO-0058_IMG_0960.jpg
A link from a nineteenth century link-and-coupler set.
DNO-0058_IMG_0961.jpg
Two railcar links, one broken and one whole.
DNO-0058_IMG_0964.jpg
A complete link-and-coupler set, intact but rusted.
DNO-0058_IMG_0970.jpg
Two railcar pins, one broken and one whole.
DNO-0058_IMG_0992.jpg
A handful of hand-carved marbles in various colors and materials, found in an abandoned Utah town, now belonging to the Golden Spike National Historic Site.
DNO-0058_IMG_0997.jpg
A handful of hand-carved marbles in various colors and materials, found in an abandoned Utah town, now belonging to the Golden Spike National Historic Site.
NEWS-UtahJournal1882-09-22_TheRaces.pdf
An article titled "The Races" in the Utah Journal on September 2, 1882. The article is about horse racing in Mendon, Utah.
DNO-0063_ButterflyOnSolidagoPollinating.jpg
Photograph of a butterfly on a Salidago Accidentalis, more commonly known as a goldenrod flower.
DNO-0063_SolidagoRdToMendon.jpg
Photograph of a Salidago Accidentalis, more commonly known as a goldenrod flower, pollinating.
DNO-0063_TyphaLatifoliaCattail.jpg
A photograph of T. latifolia, more commonly known as cattail roots.
SCAFOLK067-DNO-0062_GHMC030-4a-Bishop-Henry-G-Hughes-1869-1900.jpg
A photograph of Henry G. Hughes, the first bishop for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in Mendon, Utah.
SCALJAHAMSS01Ser12Bx146Fd06-07.jpg
These are the meeting minutes from Utah's County Commissioners on the subject of Japanese American relocation, held in the state capitol on March 16, 1942. The manuscript has a list of responses from various counties as to whether or not they would…
SCALJAHAMSS01Ser12Bx146Fd06-11.jpg
This is a letter from the Midvale City Council to Utah Governor Herbert B. Maw, dated April 8, 1942. The letter describes a "colony of Japanese" in the Salt Lake area who the council deemed to be a "definite hazard" to the community. This letter is a…
SCALJAHAMSS01Ser12Bx146Fd06-30.jpg
This is a letter from O. J. Jensen to Governor Herbert B. Maw discussing Japanese American relocation. Jensen discusses how his fear of what people will think of him if he hired a Japanese American man to work on his farm, but explains to Governor…
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