"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.
Article covering Fred Summers version of the Old Ephraim legend. Fred Summers was a sheepherder who heard the story from Frank Clark.
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Poster depicting two police officers restraining an African-American student with billy clubs. Associated with the San Francisco State University student strike of 1968.
Herald Journal article concerning the dedication of the Old Ephraim monument, September 23, 1968.
Other related Instagram and Twitter accounts that play with constructions of masculinity include @DadBods and @FashionDads. @DadBods describes itself as “No Gym Just Dad Bods” and would be quite at home (sitting on the couch with a six-pack of beer)…
An article from Bear Lake Magazine describing the story of Old Ephraim, September 15, 1979.
A folk song of the legend of Old Ephraim.
A folk song of the legend of Old Ephraim.
Other related Instagram and Twitter accounts that play with constructions of masculinity include @DadBods and @FashionDads. @DadBods describes itself as “No Gym Just Dad Bods” and would be quite at home (sitting on the couch with a six-pack of beer)…
This year’s winner in the Social Issues category is #LoveWins, which emerged in June as a response to the Supreme Court decision making same-sex marriage the law of the land. Around the world, people used this hashtag to celebrate marriage equality
The #ManBun reached its crowning glory (bad pun intended) in 2015. The Internet was flooded with image after image of men wearing their hair up in style that had been more typically worn by women in the US. But no longer. Soon we had Instagram’s…
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Book cover of the 1894 edition ofPride and Prejudiceby Jane Austen
This meme compares Hilary Clinton to Prof. Umbridge and Donald Trump to Prof. Lockhart
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This image is an illustration found in the "Quinta Essentia" by Leonhart Thurneisser zum Thurn. It depicts the four humors in Galenic Medicine: phlegm, black bile, yellow bile, and blood. Each is associated with an element.
Black and white drawing of the fear and plague in london in 1370
A postcard with a picture of Joseph H. Watkins and two girls in an oxen-pulled wagon. The girls are his daughter, Flora Watkins, and Lilian Jensen. The image was taken on Pioneer Day, July 24, 1924.
A map of Mendon, Utah including Petersboro, and Cobblestone. The map includes houses, businesses, fire hydrants, highway mile markers and church ward boundaries.
Basketball player driving to the basket, circa 1970. Size of photograph: 3 x 4.5 in.
Lithograph of a woman with a dog on her knee having her hair dressed by a female assistant
A. J. Simmonds (left), Special Collections Librarian, and Burdette Peterson, Public Services Librarian, examine contents of 1930 Merrill Library cornerstone. Size of photograph: 6.5 x 4.5 in.
Acquisitions, located in the south end of the library, 1950s. Seated at the right is Helen Harmon, the Acquisitions Librarian. Size of photograph: 3 x 3 in.
Photo of an adult night class at Topaz. There were many night classes at Topaz that taught adults subjects from English language and Americanization to Psychology.
An aerial photograph of the Utah State Agricultural College looking east.
An aerial photograph of the Utah State Agricultural College.
Aerial view of buildings around the Quad. Size of photograph: 5 x 7 in.
Aerial view of campus looking south, Fall 1958. Size of photograph: 8 x 9.75 in.
Street view looking east at the E.G. Peterson Agricultural Science building.
A brochure from American Savings explaining the Legend of Old Ephraim.
An image of various May Day dresses on display that are made out of plastic, paper, and fabric. These dresses have been used over the years in Mendon, Utah for the May Day celebration.
Animal Science Building, circa 1923, looking from south. The Animal Science Building opened for classes in 1920. Size of photograph: 4 x 5.5 in.
Karl C. Schaub's architectural drawing of Old Main, 1892. The college abandoned this design after a severe reduction in funding due to the economic panic of 1893. Size of photograph: 5.25 x 8.5 in.
Architectural drawing of the Fine Arts Center. 'Perspective from southwest'.
Architectural model of the Merrill Library before the construction began.
Arial view of Tanforan
Students arrive at Intermountain Indian School
Photograph of Topaz "residents" arriving at Topaz. Luggage is piled high next to barracks.
View of the Art Barn, formerly used as a horse barn for the Agricultural Experiment Station, circa 1962. Size of photograph: 8 x 10 in.
Atrium of the Merrill Library, 1968. Punch card check out system has been moved behind the loan desk and a search station installed at turnstiles. Size of photograph: 5 x 7 in.
Auxillary Library, featuring the book storage in the basement of the Student Union building where it was moved to from the Plant Industry building in 1958. Library photo taken to illustrate the need for a new library building, 1950s. Size of…
The Auxilliary Library, located in the basement of the Student Union building, 1960s. The Auxilliary Library was one of the branch libraries eliminated on campus in 1963. All university library books were consolidated in the finished 2 floors of…
As IFLScience! reports, “Native to the coasts of Japan, Indonesia and the Philippines, this sea slug Costasiella kuroshimae (also known as a ‘leaf slug’) has a cartoonish, sheep - like face with blushing cheeks and beautiful plumage all over its…
USS WEST VIRGINIA and USS ARIZONA smoking after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.
Boy scouts salute.
Japanese American boy standing in front of barracks at Topaz. Back of the photo reads "Sumida."
Image of boy walking through mud outside of a barrack.
Boycott Andy Boy Broccoli & Lettuce bumper sticker
"Boycott Gallo" button
Some statistics about Brock Turner's Rape Sentence
Link and pin coupler from a nineteenth century train, found in Utah.
The #BrusselsLockdown cats took the honors as the digital animal of the year. This hashtag emerged in Belgium shortly after the Paris terrorist attacks. Police in Brussels asked citizens not to tweet about police activity in their neighborhoods…
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