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Folder 3

Lower Colorado River: salinity problem

Folder 4

Colorado River; power surveys and work

Folder 5

Water

Folder 6

Mohave County, Arizona

Folder 7

Kym's Guide (1960): Hoover Dam-Topock; Topock-Parker; Blythe-Yuma

Folder 8

Black Canyon (see also Box 348(29))

Folder 9

Cave/"Trunkman"

Folder 10

Ring Bolt Rock

Folder 11

Willow Beach

Folder 12

Roaring Rapids

Folder 13

Petroglyphs

Folder 14

Queho

Folder 15

Violent Rapids

Folder 16

Explorer Rock

Folder 17

Nelson

Folder 18

Eldorado Canyon; Camp El Dorado; Eldorado City; Eldorado Ferry

Folder 19

Dredge

Folder 20

Caves and desert rats

Folder 21

Searchlight; Searchlight Ferry

Folder 22

Four-Mile Rapid; Six-Mile Rapid

Folder 23

Whirlpool Bend

Folder 24

Round Island Rapid

Folder 25

Painted Canyon

Folder 26

Eagle Rock Dam site (60 miles above Needles)

Folder 27

Cottonwood Island

Folder 28

Cottonwood Landing

Folder 29

Chloride

Folder 30

Kingman

Folder 31

Pyramid Canyon; Bulls Head Dam site

Folder 32

Harpers

Folder 33

Alexander's Camp; Camp Alexander; Alexandria

Folder 34

Lake Mohave; Mohave Valley; Mojave Crossing

Folder 35

Davis Dam

Folder 36

Bullhead City; Holiday Shores

Folder 37

Beale Crossing; Hardyville; Hardy; Moss Mine; Hardy's Ferry

Folder 38

Deep Rapid

Folder 39

Pest House Rapid

Folder 40

Ives Point

Folder 41

Fort Colorado

Folder 42

Sam Todd Ferry

Folder 43

Oatman; Goldroad; Oldtrails

Folder 44

Mojave Indians; Mojave villages

Folder 45

Fort Mohave School

Box 350, Folder 1

Camp Colorado; Fort Mohave; Mohave City; Navajo; Mojave River and Valley

Folder 2

Barstow

Folder 3

Railroad Surveys (35th Parallel Route); land grants; Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe; Denver & Rio Grande

Folder 4

Ma heca Ranch

Folder 5

Plympton Ranch

Folder 6

Needles

Folder 7

J.C. Brodie, "Down the Colorado." 1907.

Folder 8

Mohave and Milltown Railway: Ferry; Milltown; Leland Mine; Vivian Mine

Folder 9

Atlantic & Pacific pile bridge below Needles

Folder 10

James A Howard II, "New Mexico and Arizona Territories," 1977.

Folder 11

Howard R. Lamar, "Carpetbaggers Full of Dreams: A Functional View of the Arizona Pioneer Politician," 1965.

Folder 12

Arizona-California Boundary

Folder 13

Topock; Red Rock; Mellen

Folder 14

Mohave Mountains

Folder 15

The Needles; Box Canyon

Folder 16

Havasu City; Lake Havasu City

Folder 17

Havasu Lake

Folder 18

Corner Rock; Black Mountain

Folder 19

Chemehuevi Valley

Folder 20

Chemehuevi placers

Folder 21

Pittsburg Mine; Pittsburg Landing; Mohawk Group

Folder 22

Signal

Folder 23

Pyramid

Folder 24

Bill Williams Fork and River; Aubrey; Mountaineer Mine

Folder 25

Mahlon Dickerson Fairchild, "A Trip to the Colorado Mines in 1862," 1904.

Folder 26

Whipple Mountains

Folder 27

Central Arizona Project; Arizona Power Project

Folder 28

Parker Dam; Danon; Colorado River Aqueduct; Monument Canyon

Folder 29

Los Angeles-Owens Valley Aqueduct

Box 351, Folder 1

Empire Flat

Folder 2

Parker; Dent's Landing; Earp

Folder 3

Camp Colorado

Folder 4

Colorado River Indian Reservation; Poston

Folder 5

Giant Indian Intaglios

Folder 6

La Paz; Laguna de la Paz

Folder 7

Bradshaw's Ferry; Bradshaw Trail

Folder 8

Hamilton Ferry; Goodman Ferry

Folder 9

Ehrenberg; Mineral City; Olivia; Olive City

Folder 10

Blythe

Folder 11

Wickenburg; Harqua Hala; Culling's Well

Folder 12

Sunburned Rocks

Folder 13

Quartzite

Folder 14

Ronald L. Ives, "Manje's Mercury Mines"

Folder 15

Weaver's Landing

Folder 16

Camp Lincoln

Folder 17

Cibola Valley

Folder 18

Rhodes Ranch; Rood; Rancho de las Yumas

Folder 19

Cane Brake Canyon

Folder 20

Walter's Camp; Draper Lake

Folder 21

Clip Mine

Folder 22

The Old Dutchman's Lost Ledge of Gold; Nummel's Gold; Lost Arch Mine; Trigo Mountain mines

Folder 23

Drift Desert

Folder 24

Brown, living on the California side

Folder 25

Norton's Landing

Folder 26

Picacho

Folder 27

Picacho Peak

Folder 28

Low desert camping

Folder 29

Castle Dome

Folder 30

Imperial Dam; All American Canal

Folder 31

Laguna Dam; Laguna placers; Potholes placers

Folder 32

Fort Gaston

Folder 33

San Dionysius; San Doonysio

Folder 34

No Man's Island

Folder 35

Arizona-California Boundary: the island

Folder 36

Gila River and Basin

Folder 37

Salt-Verde-White River Basin

Folder 38

Munchies; Monkey Indians; Nipicut

Folder 39

Globe; Superstition Mountains

Folder 40

A.W. Bork and Glen G. Boyer (ed.s), "The O.K. Corral Fight at Tombstone: A Footnote by Kate Elder," 1977.

Folder 41

Phoenix

Folder 42

Gila Trail

Folder 43

Oatman massacre; Olive Oatman

Folder 44

Wellton-Mohawk

Folder 45

Gila City

Folder 46

Arizona: general and tourist information

Box 352, Folder 1

Yuma: general, I

Folder 2

Yuma: general, II

Box 353, Folder 1

Yuma Crossing Missions

Folder 2

Camp Yuma

Folder 3

Yuma Ferries

Folder 4

Fort Yuma

Box 354, Folder 1

Yuma: Civil War period

Folder 2

Father Paul Figueroa, "The Early Days of Yuma"

Folder 3

Arizona Territorial Prison

Folder 4

Charles P. Kendall, "Engineer's Nightmare: Bridging the Colorado at Yuma in 1915," 1978.

Folder 5

Gauge; Floods

Folder 6

Yuma County Historical Society

Folder 7

Railroad surveys: 32nd parallel route

Folder 8

Southern Pacific

Folder 9

Donald E. Worcester, "The Significance of the Spanish Borderlands to the United States," 1976.

Folder 10

Gadsden Purchase

Folder 11

Pilot Knob; Fort Defiance

Folder 12

Hanlon's Ferry; Pilot Knob

Folder 13

Andrade

Folder 14

Algodones Ferry

Folder 15

Morelos Dam

Box 355, Folder 1

Imperial Valley; salt problem

Folder 2

J.W. Powell, "The New Lake in the Desert," 1891.

Folder 3

Imperial Valley; Dan Allen Willey, "The Winning of the Desert," 1905.

Folder 4

D.T. MacDougal, "The Desert Basins of the Colorado Delta, " 1907.

Folder 5

The Colorado Desert; W.C. Mendenhall, "The Colorado Desert," 1909.

Folder 6

Imperial Valley; Margaret Romer, "A History of Calexico," 1922.

Folder 7

Frank Schilling, "The Imperial Valley and Its Approaches," 1950.

Folder 8

Imperial Valley: early irrigation and water projects - J.P. Widney and Oliver Meredith Wozencraft

Folder 9

River control: levee break, 1905-1906

Folder 10

Sharlott M. Hall, "The Problem of the Colorado River," 1906.

Folder 11

Salton Sea

Folder 12

Salton Sea; Helen Burns, Salton Sea Story

Folder 13

Desert agriculture

Folder 14

Tumco

Folder 15

Peg Leg Mine

Folder 16

Plank Road

 

Colorado River Delta

Box 356, Folder 1

Colorado River Delta - general

Folder 2

C. J. Blanchard, "The Delta of the Colorado River and its Problems," 1906.

Folder 3

R. M. Priest, "Present Conditions on the Colorado River Delta," 1922.

Folder 4

"The Delta of the Colorado River" (map, 1926)

Folder 5

Charles Kirby Fox, "The Colorado Delta"

Folder 6

Godfrey Sykes, "The Colorado Delta," 1937.

Folder 7

Randolph Leigh, Forgotten Waters

Folder 8

C. P. Vetter, "The Colorado River Delta," 1949.

Folder 9

H. J. M., "The Chinaman and the 'Mullu' Fish"

Folder 10

United States/Mexico boundary

Folder 11

Nell Murbarger, "Mexico's Desert Highway," 1960.

Folder 12

Volcano Lake

Folder 13

Laguna Salada; Pattie Basin

Folder 14

Gonzales Ferry

Folder 15

Ogden's Landing

Folder 16

Gridiron

Folder 17

Lerdo Colony

Folder 18

Howard's Point

Folder 19

Old Soldier's Point

Folder 20

Robinson's Landing

Box 357, Folder 1

Port Isabel (Shipyard); Shipyard Slough; Puerto Ysabel

Folder 2

Port Otis

Folder 3

Montague Island

Folder 4

Gulf of California

Folder 5

San Felipe Bay

Folder 6

Tiburon Island; Seri

Folder 7

Baja California

Folder 8

Sonora

Box 358, Folder 1

Wyoming

Folder 2

Yellowstone Park

Folder 3

Oregon Trail; Lander Cut-off; Sublette Cut-off; California Trail

Folder 4

Laramie

Folder 5

Fort Halleck

Folder 6

Platte River Road: general; journals

Folder 7

Merrill J. Mattes, The Great Platte River Road (biblio.)

Folder 8

Richard E. Meyer (ed.), "The Denver Diary: Overland to California in 1850," 1975.

Folder 9

Devil's Gate; Sweetwater River; Independence Rock

Folder 10

Atlantic City; South Pass City

Folder 11

South Pass

Folder 12

The Green River (Seedskedee; Seeds Keeden; R. Zaguananos; Spanish Waters; River of the Spaniards; Susquadee; Seets Kadu)

Folder 13

Green River Lake; Bridger Wilderness

Folder 14

Fort Bonneville ("Fort Nonsense"; "Bonneville's Folly")

Folder 15

Horse Creek

Folder 16

Green River, latitude 42°

Folder 17

New Fork

Folder 18

La Barge Creek

Folder 19

Kinney's Ferry

Folder 20

Fontenelle Creek; Clyman's Fork

Folder 21

Sublette Cut-off: ferry

Folder 22

Ryan Ferry; Dennis Ryan; Elisha Ryan

Folder 23

Big Sandy; Little Sandy

Folder 24

Ferry; store run by Jim Baker; Frenchman

Folder 25

Mormon Trail and Ferry

Folder 26

Lombard Ferry

Folder 27

Green River Crossing

Folder 28

Other ferries on Green River

Folder 29

Green River, Wyoming

Folder 30

Union Pacific Railroad

Box 359, Folder 1

Bitter Creek; Rock Springs

Folder 2

Seedskadee Project

Folder 3

Harsha Ranch: Mile 381-382

Folder 4

Mile 372-373

Folder 5

Clay Hole; Black's Fork; Ham's Fork

Folder 6

Bridger Bottom

Folder 7

Fort Bridger; Fort Supply

Folder 8

Holmes Ranch

Folder 9

Buckboard: Mile 343-344

Folder 10

Mile 338-339

Folder 11

Mile 335-336

Folder 12

Wyoming/Utah boundary

Folder 13

Daggett County

Folder 14

Manila; Linwood

Folder 15

Henry's Fork; Randavouze Creek; Mile 318-319

Folder 16

Flaming Gorge

Folder 17

Uintah Mountains

Folder 18

Boars Tusk Ridge

Folder 19

Horseshoe Canyon; Canyon of the Rapid; Neilson's Flat

Folder 20

Sheep Creek; Kingfisher Creek: Mile 309-310

Folder 21

Hideout Flat: Mile 307-308

Folder 22

Red Canyon

Folder 23

Carter Creek: Mile 304-305

Folder 24

Eagle Creek: Mile 303-304

Folder 25

Skull Creek: Mile 298-299

Folder 26

Trail Canyon; Amos Hill

Folder 27

Green Lakes; Green Lakes Lodge

Folder 28

Ashley Falls: Mile 292-293

Folder 29

Dutch John; Mrs. Eileen Williams

Folder 30

Allen Ford

Folder 31

Cart Creek

Folder 32

Flaming Gorge Dam and National Recreation Area; Red Canyon

Folder 33

Flaming Gorge Dam

Folder 34

Mount Lena

Folder 35

Little Hole; Little Davenport Creek: Mile 282-283

Folder 36

Red Creek Rapid: Mile 278-279

Folder 37

Brown's Hole

Folder 38

Jimmie Reed

Folder 39

Brown's Hole (Park): Dunham commentary

Box 360, Folder 1

Fort Davy Crockett (see also Box 63)

Folder 2

Fort Davy Crockett: site excavation

Folder 3

Brown's Hole (Park): citizens

Folder 4

Brown's Hole: Charles Kelly

Folder 5

Peter Farquhar, "Influences of Isolation upon the Sequent Occupance of Browns Park," 1962.

Folder 6

Charley Crouse; Mary Crouse

Folder 7

Joe and Pablo Hueyere (Herrera, Herrara, Harrell, Herrill)

Folder 8

Brown's Hole: Baptiste Brown; Jean-Baptiste Chalifoux

Folder 9

Brown's Park: Tom Horn

Folder 10

Brown's Park: The Wild Bunch

Folder 11

Brown's Park: Bassett family

Folder 12

Brown's Park: Chew family

Folder 13

Hoy

Folder 14

Gale R. Rhoades and Kerry Ross Boren, "Brown's Hole - A Ghost Walk"; Gale R. Rhoades, "The Different Worlds of Matt Warner"

Folder 15

Brown's Park: river journals and records; John Wesley Powell

Folder 16

Swallow Canyon

Box 361, Folder 1

Diamond Peak; diamond hoax

Folder 2

Diamond Mountain

Folder 3

Vermilion Creek

Folder 4

Douglas Mountain

Folder 5

Mile 240-241

Folder 6

Canyon of Lodore

Folder 7

Winnie's Rapid; Winnie's Grotto

Folder 8

Disaster Rapid - Mile 237-238

Folder 9

Lower Disaster Rapid - Mile 236-237

Folder 10

Wheatstack - Mile 235-236

Folder 11

Mile 234-235

Folder 12

Cliff of the Harp - Mile 233-234

Folder 13

Triplett Falls

Folder 14

Hell's Half Mile - Mile 231-232

Folder 15

Rippling Brook

Folder 16

Alcove Brook - Mile 228-229

Folder 17

Yampa River

Folder 18

Yampa River: residents, pre-historic, modern

Folder 19

Yampa River: exploration

Box 362, Folder 1

Yampa River: A.G. Birch Denver Post article, Sep. 16, 1928

Folder 2

Yampa River: Virginia McConnell, "Gone Beavers of Dinosaur," 1971.

Folder 3

Charles Kelly, "The Yampa"

Folder 4

Marston journal, Lily Park to foot of Split Mountain, June 1950

Folder 5

Yampa River: Cross Canyon Transits

Folder 6

Jack Breed and Justin Locke, "Shooting Rapids in Dinosaur Country," 1954; Harold Gilliam, "Down Yampa in the Land of Carved Walls"

Folder 7

Pat's Hole; Echo Park

Folder 8

Pool Creek (Mile 224.4); Chew - Mile 224-225

Folder 9

Mitten Park

Folder 10

Echo Park/Dinosaur Dam

Folder 11

Whirlpool Canyon

Folder 12

Jones Hole; Jones Hole Creek; Bishop Creek; Diamond Gulch Creek - Mile 218-219

Folder 13

Kelly's Hole; Island Park

Folder 14

Rainbow Park

Folder 15

Split Mountain; Craggy Canyon

Folder 16

Moonshine Draw - Mile 206-207

Folder 17

Mile 205-206

Folder 18

Mile 201-202

Folder 19

Foot of Split Mountain - Mile 199-200

Folder 20

Dinosaur National Monument

Folder 21

Dinosaur National Monument: boating (rules and regulations, guide); wilderness

Box 363, Folder 1

Uinta Basin; Wonsits Valley; Lake Uinta

Folder 2

Escalante Crossing; Indian Ford

Folder 3

Cub Creek - Mile 197-198

Folder 4

Water wheel

Folder 5

Gold dredge - Mile 191

Folder 6

Brush Creek - Mile 184-185

Folder 7

Burton Ferry; Billings Ferry - Mile 183-184

Folder 8

Wasatch Mountains

Folder 9

Dry Fork

Folder 10

Vernal; Jensen (Mile 181.9) - Mile 181-182

Folder 11

Ashley's Fork - Mile 179-180

Folder 12

Mau-be Ferry

Folder 13

Alhandra Ferry - Mile 172-173

Folder 14

Whiterocks; D. Julien inscription; Inscription Rock (House Rock)

Folder 15

Myton

Folder 16

Roosevelt, Utah

Folder 17

Fort Duchesne

Folder 18

Duchesne River (Uintah River, Winty River)

Box 364, Folder 1

Hudson's Bay Company; trading post on the Uinta, rumors

Folder 2

Denver-Salt Lake stage road; Jefferson County; Overland Mail

Folder 3

Ouray - Mile 128.3

Folder 4

Powell camp opposite Ouray (Powell cruise)

Folder 5

Island Park - Miles 123.5-127.5

Folder 6

White River (Powell camp) - Mile 126.25

Folder 7

White River - Mile 126-127

Folder 8

Meeker

Folder 9

Goblin City

Folder 10

Oil shale

Folder 11

Gilsonite; Richard A. Ronzio, "The Uintah Railway: The Gilsonite Road"

Folder 12

Tavahputs Plateau

Folder 13

Mile 124-125

Folder 14

Mile 123-124

Folder 15

Stewart's Ferry

Folder 16

Riverside Butte; Stewart's Ferry, second site - Mile 122-123

Folder 17

Dredge below White River

Folder 18

Uteland Mine (Mile 121.7) - Mile 121-122

Folder 19

Willow Creek (Mile 120.1); Main Canyon (Robidoux inscription, Valdez, Leroux, Chalifou); Stewart's Ferry, first location; Hill Creek - Mile 120-121

Folder 20

Desolation and Gray Canyons: general; cruising

Folder 21

Desolation Canyon - Mile 117

Folder 22

Bradley rescue of Powell

Folder 23

Ruin - Mile 110-111

Folder 24

Moon Bottom; ruin, left bank of Green - Mile 109-110

Folder 25

Fourmile Wash - Mile 106

Folder 26

Suspension bridge? - Mile 105-106

Folder 27

Mile 96-97

Folder 28

Sand Creek Wash (Mile 95.6); Sand Wash Ferry; Stewart's Ferry - Mile 95-96

Folder 29

Nine Mile Creek (Minnie Maud Creek) (Mile 93.5); Nutter Ranch - Mile 93-94

Folder 30

Nutter's Hole (Mile 92.8)

Folder 31

Minnie Maud power site - Mile 92-93

Folder 32

Ben's Hole (Duches Hole) (Mile 90.5) - Mile 90-91

Folder 33

Mile 87-88

Folder 34

Tabby Ah Guy Canyon (Tabyago Canyon) (Mile 86.8); Sumner's Amphitheatre - Mile 86

Folder 35

Mile 85-86

Folder 36

Mile 81-82

Folder 37

Gold Hole (Mile 81.5); Stampede Flat (Slough Grass) - Mile 81-82

Folder 38

Mile 77-78

Folder 39

Mile 75-76

Folder 40

Mile 73-74

Folder 41

Light House Rock (Mile 71.5) - Mile 71-72

Folder 42

Jack Creek (Mile 69.9) - Mile 69-70

Folder 43

Mile 68-69

Folder 44

Mile 67-68

Folder 45

Rock House Creek

Folder 46

Cunepah Canyon (Mile 65.9); Natural Bridge

Folder 47

Flat Canyon (Mile 62.95); Flat Canyon Rapid - Mile 62-63

Folder 48

Fretwater Falls (Mile 59.4)

Folder 49

Mile 58-59

Folder 50

Mile 57-58

Folder 51

Sumner tragedy - Mile 56-57

Folder 52

Melvin Falls

Folder 53

Seamontan (Seamount) Ranch; Rock Creek (Mile 53.8; called Nine Mile Creek by the Powell party) - Mile 53-54

Folder 54

Calf Canyon - Mile 52-53

Folder 55

Snap Canyon - Mile 51-52

Folder 56

Three Canyon Creek - Mile 49-50

Folder 57

Chandler Creek

Folder 58

Mile 45-46

Folder 59

Ledge Rapid - Mile 41-42

Folder 60

Joe Hatch Rapid - Mile 40-41

Folder 61

Gray Canyon (Coal Canyon)

Folder 62

McPherson Ranch (Mile 39.4) - Mile 39-40

Folder 63

Florence Creek - Mile 39-40

Folder 64

Mile 38-39

Folder 65

Mile 37-38

Folder 66

Mile 36-37

Folder 67

Range Creek Rapid (Mile 31.4) - Mile 31-32

Folder 68

Last Chance Dam site

Folder 69

Coal Creek (Mile 26.2); Coal Creek power site - Mile 26-27

Folder 70

Rattlesnake power site - Mile 25-26

Folder 71

Rattlesnake Creek (Mile 22.2) - Mile 22-23

Folder 72

Price River and Basin (Mile 18.2); Little White River - Mile 18-19

Folder 73

Tavaputs Plateau

Folder 74

Price River Dam site - Mile 17-18

Folder 75

Mile 14-15

Folder 76

Mile 12-13

Folder 77

Gunnison Butte

Folder 78

The Book Cliffs

Folder 79

Dam; Green River Canal Company

Folder 80

Garns Island

Folder 81

Gunnison crossing - Mile 3 above Green River, Utah

Box 365, Folder 1

The Old Spanish Trail

Folder 2

Old Spanish Trail: Anthony W. Ivins, "The Old Spanish Trail," 1923.

Folder 3

William Wolfskill

Folder 4

Robert Glass Cleland

Folder 5

Herbert E. Gregory

Folder 6

Old Spanish Trail: Frederick S. Dellenbaugh

Folder 7

Spanish Trail Association

Folder 8

Pearl Baker, "The Old Spanish Trail through Utah"

Folder 9

The Old Spanish Trail: Silliman notes and letters

Folder 10

Dabney Otis Collins, "Escalante's Trail or Plunder Road of the West," 1965

Folder 11

Charles Kelly notes and article ("Forgotten Trail of the Old West," 1950)

Folder 12

Old Spanish Trail: Lamont Johnson notes and articles

Folder 13

The Old Spanish Trail: William R. Palmer notes and article

Folder 14

Joseph J. Hill, "Spanish and Mexican Exploration and Trade Northwest from New Mexico into the Great Basin," 1930.

Folder 15

The Old Spanish Trail: Ralph Moody

Folder 16

Green River, Utah

Folder 17

Green River, Utah: newspapers

Folder 18

Ferry

Folder 19

The Denver & Rio Grande Railway

Folder 20

Emery County

Folder 21

Thompson

Folder 22

Green River, Utah; Hanksville; Green River Desert; E.T. Wolverton, Hazel Ekker, Pearl Baker, Bert Silliman, Bert Loper, Chaffin, Kent Frost

Folder 23

Lower Green River: general; navigation

Folder 24

Green/Colorado Rivers (above mouth of Green River): silt in suspension

Folder 25

Charles Cutler Sharp, Hite to Green River, October 1909

Folder 26

Green River, mouth to Mile 118 (marked with notes that are on Profiles owned by Loper and given to Aleson)

Folder 27

Green River, mouth to Mile 113 (points of interest)

Folder 28

Nequoia Arch

Folder 29

Brown's Bar and Riffle; Saleratus Wash - Mile 117-118

Folder 30

Mohre Bar and Riffle - Mile 116-117

Folder 31

Two Mile Riffle - Mile 115-116

Folder 32

Butterfly Bar and Riffle - Mile 114-115

Folder 33

Mile 113-114

Folder 34

Cold Water Geyser; Crystal Geyser

Folder 35

The Auger - Mile 112-113

Folder 36

Little Valley; Little Valley Pumping Station - Mile 111-112

Folder 37

Mile 110-111

Folder 38

Cable Bar and Riffle - Mile 109-110

Folder 39

Halverson Bar and Riffle (Mile 108.5) - Mile 108-109

Folder 40

Mile 106-107

Folder 41

McCarty Bottom - Mile 105-106

Folder 42

Sunaba Bar and Riffle; McCarty Bottom (West) - Mile 104-105

Folder 43

Mile 103-104

Folder 44

Second Anvil Bar - Mile 101-102

Box 366, Folder 1

South Park Mining Company; The Bennett Amalgamator Co.

Folder 2

Dry Lake Wash; First Anvil Bar; The Ink Bottle; The Anvil; Dellenbaugh Butte - Mile 99-100

Folder 3

Cave

Folder 4

Mile 97-98

Folder 5

Wheeler Ranch; Wimmer Ranch; Ruby Ranch

Folder 6

Sevier Valley

Folder 7

Ferron; Molen; Castle Dale

Folder 8

Huntington Canyon Power Plant

Folder 9

Cave near San Rafael River

Folder 10

Channel depths, Green River: San Rafael to Confluence (Miles 94.9-0)

Folder 11

San Rafael River (Mile 94.9) - Mile 94-95

Folder 12

C.F. & I. manganese workings; Wolverton

Folder 13

Wolverton Ranch; manganese mine

Folder 14

Ford; White Wash (Mile 93.5) - Mile 93-94

Folder 15

Trin Alcove; Wolf Point - Mile 93-94

Folder 16

Red Wash (Mile 92.8) - Mile 92-93

Folder 17

Mile 89-90

Folder 18

Mile 86-87

Folder 19

Mile 84-85

Folder 20

Ten Mile Canyon - Mile 80-81

Folder 21

Mile 78-79

Folder 22

Keg Spring Canyon - Mile 77-78

Folder 23

D. Julien - Mile 76-77

Folder 24

Register Rock - Mile 75-76

Folder 25

Mile 73-74

Folder 26

D. Julien inscription above Bowknot Bend, to 1939 - Mile 72-73

Folder 27

D. Julien inscription above Bowknot Bend, since 1940 - Mile 72-73

Folder 28

Mile 71-72

Folder 29

Bowknot Bend

Folder 30

Mile 67-68

Folder 31

Mile 66-67

Folder 32

Spring Canyon

Folder 33

Mile 63-64

Folder 34

Mile 60-61

Box 367, Folder 1

Barrier Canyon (Mile 59.2) - Mile 59-60

Folder 2

Horseshoe Canyon; Barrier Canyon - Mile 58-59

Folder 3

Hell Roarin Canyon (Mile 53.8), D. Julien inscription - Mile 53-54

Folder 4

Foote Harbor; Woodruff - Mile 52-53

Folder 5

Mineral Canyon (Mile 50.8) - Mile 50-51

Folder 6

Mile 47-48

Folder 7

Horsethief Trail, left bank; Horsethief Spring; Horsethief Ranch

Folder 8

Horsethief Canyon; Horsethief Trail, right bank - Mile 44-45

Folder 9

Taylor Canyon - Mile 43-44

Folder 10

Upheaval Dome; Upheaval Canyon - Mile 42-43

Folder 11

Mile 41-42

Folder 12

Fort Bottom - Miles 38-40

Folder 13

Mile 36-37

Folder 14

Potato Bottom; Tater Bottom - Mile 35-36

Folder 15

Mile 34-35

Folder 16

Mile 33-34

Folder 17

Queen Anne Bottom - Mile 32-33

Folder 18

Miller's Canyon; Anderson Bottom; Millard Canyon; Labyrinth-Stillwater - Mile 31-32

Folder 19

Buttes of Cross - Mile 30-31

Folder 20

Tower Park; Labyrinth Park

Box 368, Folder 1

Fang Rock; Labyrinth-Stillwater boundary

Folder 2

Stillwater Canyon

Folder 3

Bonita Bend; Townsite Bottom; Grassy Bottom; Anderson Bottom - Mile 29-30

Folder 4

Grassy Bottom - Mile 28-29

Folder 5

Yokey's Flat - Mile 26-27

Folder 6

Valentine's; The Sphinx - Mile 25-26

Folder 7

Mile 24-25

Folder 8

Tuxedo Bar - Mile 23-24

Folder 9

Mile 22-23

Folder 10

Turks Point - Mile 21-22

Folder 11

Mile 20-21

Folder 12

Paddys Valley; Deadhorse Canyon; Deep Canyon - Mile 19-20

Folder 13

Mile 17-18

Folder 14

Elaterite Basin; Horse Canyon Drainage

Folder 15

Beaver Creek, Horse Canyon (Mile 14.3) - Mile 14-15

Folder 16

Mile 13-14

Folder 17

Mile 11-12

Folder 18

Jasper Canyon (Mile 9.6); The Maze - Mile 9-10

Folder 19

Mile 8-9

Folder 20

Mile 7-8

Folder 21

Mile 6-7

Folder 22

Mile 5-6

Folder 23

D. Julien inscription; Water Canyon - Mile 4-5

Folder 24

Mile 3-4

Folder 25

Sheep Trail - Mile 2-3

Folder 26

Mile 1-2

Folder 27

Mile 0-1

 

San Juan River, to 1939

Box 369, Folder 1

Early Spanish exploration

Folder 2

David M. Brugge, "Vizcarra's Navajo Campaign of 1823," 1964.

Folder 3

1824-1825

Folder 4

1856: Moss

Folder 5

1859: Macomb; Newberry

Folder 6

Duane Smith, Silver Coquette: The San Juans, 1860-1875

Folder 7

1867: James White

Folder 8

1869: A.F. Banta; C.E. Coaley; Henry Wood Dodd; Navajo Indian Reservation

Folder 9

1869: prospecting party from Prescott

Folder 10

1870: Dempsey Reese; Adnah French; Capt. Cooley

Folder 11

Peter Shurtz (or Shirtz)

Folder 12

1873: Lois Borland, "The Sale of the San Juan," 1951.

Folder 13

1874: William H. Jackson

Folder 14

1876-1877: Hayden Survey

Folder 15

1879: Mitchell

Folder 16

1879: E.L. Goodridge

Folder 17

1879: Mormon exploring party

Folder 18

1880: Bluff settlement

Folder 19

1880: Merrick and Mitchell

Folder 20

1882: E.L. Goodridge

Folder 21

1892: "San Juan gold excitement"

Folder 22

1893-1895: Bert Loper; George Edmondson; James Hamilton; John Clark; Bill Clark

Folder 23

1894: Christensen; Christensen; Everall; Alexander Powers

Folder 24

1894: J.H. Woods

Folder 25

1894, 1895: Walter E. Mendenhall; F. R. Mendenhall; A. A. Savage; George Minally; Charles Murphy; Charles Rhodes; Eli Woolman

Folder 26

1895: Christensen

Folder 27

1896: Louis M. Chaffin

Folder 28

1897

Folder 29

1900

Folder 30

1902

Folder 31

1904-1906: Frank H. Karnell; Philpot

Folder 32

1908: P. C. Mattox

Folder 33

1910, Oct. 15: John L. Hunt (Fruitland, N.M., to Copper Canyon)

Folder 34

1915: Poke and Posey War

Folder 35

1921: W.E. Nevills; Wesley Oliver

Folder 36

1921: U.S.G.S. on San Juan River survey; Miser-Christensen correspondence

Folder 37

1921 San Juan Traverse, Miser-Loper correspondence

Folder 38

1921, June-Dec.: U.S.G.S.

Folder 39

1921: John B. Cleary

Folder 40

1924, Sep. to 1925, May: government land survey

Folder 41

1926: John B. Cleary

Folder 42

1928: Walter E. Mendenhall

Folder 43

1929: James Douglas

Folder 44

1929: The Denver Post; Frank Johnson; Bonfils; A. G. Bird: proposed San Juan trip

Folder 45

1930: Walter E. Mendenhall; Carl Dewey; Earl Dorsey

Folder 46

1931: Nevills (apparent Nevills dream)

Folder 47

1933: Monument Valley-Rainbow Bridge Expedition; general coverage, San Juan cruise, Nakai to Lee's Ferry

Folder 48

Rainbow Bridge-Monument Valley Expedition; cruises, San Juan, Glen Canyon; Ansel Franklin Hall

Folder 49

1933, Dec.: Jack Frost; Norma Nevills

Folder 50

1934, March: Jack Frost; Norman Nevills; Nana Frost; Elaine Frost; Doris Nevills; Mae Nevills

Folder 51

1934: Rainbow Bridge-Monument Valley Expedition

Folder 52

1935: Rainbow Bridge-Monument Valley Expeditions

Folder 53

1936: Monument Valley-Rainbow Bridge Expeditions

Folder 54

1936, March: E.P. "Husky" Hunt; Edwin "Jake" Erwin; Charles Elkus Jr.; Norman Nevills

Folder 55

1936, Sept.: Laura Van Eaton; C.S. Van Eaton; R.R. Martin; Geo. W. Martin

Folder 56

1936, Oct.: P.W. Tompkins; Norman D. Nevills

Folder 57

1937: Rainbow Bridge-Monument Valley Expedition

Folder 58

1937: Norman Nevills

Folder 59

1938: Monument Valley-Rainbow Bridge Expeditions

Folder 60

1938, March: Laphene "Don" Harris; Berdean Harris; Norman Nevills; "Aunt" Jenny Barton

Folder 61

1938, April: MacDonald; Norman Nevills

Folder 62

1938, April: Utah State Agricultural College

Folder 63

1938, May: University of Utah

Folder 64

1938, Aug.-Sep.: Elzada Clover; Kent Frost; Lorin Bell; Wesley Heath; Lois Heath; Clarita Heath; Jack Frost; "Jackie" Frost; Norman Nevills

Folder 65

1938, Dec.: Kent Frost

Folder 66

1939: Hugh C. Cutler (solo)

Folder 67

1939: Hugh C. Cutler; Norman Nevills?

Folder 68

1939: Bluff to Mexican Hat

Folder 69

1939: Ernie Pyle; Norman Nevills

Folder 70

1939, Oct. 2-10: Ethel Farrell; B.W. Deason; Jean Courath; Butch (Jules) Courath; Marie Pitts Crane; Hugh C. Cutler; Al (Albert D.) Runkle; Norm Nevills

 

San Juan River, 1940-1946

Box 370, Folder 1

1940: Hugh C. Cutler; Martin Withers

Folder 2

1940: Nevills; Goldwater (cruise?)

Folder 3

1940, June 3-9: Joe L. Borden; Mrs. Marion Borden; John E. Galley; Mrs. Margaret Galley; Norman Nevills

Folder 4

1940, Sep. 17-Oct.: Norman Nevills

Folder 5

1941, April: Allan Box; Evelyn Box; Tommy Box; Hazel Lyman; Lynn Lyman; Norman Nevills

Folder 6

1941, April 24-May 13: P.W. Tompkins; Lynn Lyman; Norman Nevills

Folder 7

1941: Wallace W. Hyde; Laurin E. Hyde; Marian Ward Hyde; Curtis W. Spencer; Ed Burnham; Norman Nevills

Folder 8

1941, June: Prof. Chas. F. Hottes; Ross Montgomery; Elvina E. Montgomery; Ernest Ilg; Eugene Blickenstaff; Norman Nevills

Folder 9

1941, July 2: Herbert E. Bolton; Jess L. Nusbaum; Del Reed; Norman Nevills

Folder 10

1941, Sep. 1: France Q. Wilson; France Q. Wilson, Jr.; Norman Nevills

Folder 11

1941, Sep.: Mae Davies Nevills; Don Harris; Preston Walker; Lucius L. Moore; Frank E. O'Brien; Harry L. Aleson; Norman D. Nevills

Folder 12

1941, Dec. 9-19: Preston Walker; Norman Nevills

Folder 13

1942, May

Folder 14

1942, May 20-26: Gaynel MacMeeken; Cyril MacMeeken; Virginia Kass; Norman Nevills

Folder 15

1942, June 1-7: Janice Fulmer; Moulty Fulmer; Norman Nevills; Pres Walker

Folder 16

1942, June 10-16: Annaley N. Redd; Chas. Redd; Robt. Welles; Carlotte Welles; Muriel Welles; Lucy Welles; Preston Walker; Norman Nevills

Folder 17

1942, June: Edna P. Heringer; Lucy Trask; Gladys Trask; Arthur C. Trask; Preston Walker; Norman Nevills; Lorin Bell; Kay Bell

Folder 18

1942: Salt Lake County Bar Assoc. (Bluff to Mexican Hat)

Folder 19

1943: Kent Frost; Melvin Frost; Merle Hyde

Folder 20

1943: Nevills' report

Folder 21

1944, May: Dmitri Kessel; Norman Nevills

Folder 22

1944, June: Maradel Marston; Loel Marston; Lukie Elkington; Otis Marston; Neill Wilson; Fred Herz; Walter Herz; Wayne McConkie; Ted Philips; Norman Nevills

Folder 23

1944, June: Norman Nevills (Bluff to Mexican Hat)

Folder 24

1944, Sep. 18-28: Movietone (Frank E. O'Brien; Norman Nevills; Jack Kuhne; Ray Zeiss; Lynn Lyman; Jack Darrock; Walter Kock; Al Buranek)

Folder 25

1945, June 3-12: Movietone (Wayne McConkie; Moulty Fulmer; Norman Nevills; Hal Rumel; Edmund Reek; Chubby Lehman; Ray Zeiss; Jack Kuhne)

Folder 26

1945, June 15: Randall Henderson; Harold Baxter Liebler; Weldon Heald; Fred Brandenburg; Patricia Bailey; Francis Farquhar; Marjory Farquhar; Alfred Bailey; Frank Cooke; Marjorie Cooke; Don Bondurant; Wayne McConkie; Norman Nevills

Folder 27

1945, July: John A. (Jack) Frost; F. A. Thurman

Folder 28

1945

Folder 29

1945, Oct.: Norman Nevills; Joseph Desloge (Bluff to Mexican Hat)

Folder 30

1946, March 29-April 17: Kent Frost; Pres Walker

Folder 31

1946, April: Norman Nevills (Bluff to Mexican Hat)

Folder 32

1946, April 20-21: Norman Nevills (Bluff to Mexican Hat)

Folder 33

1946: U.S.G.S.; Harold W. Chase (Bluff to Mexican Hat)

Folder 34

1946, May 1: Nevills

Folder 35

1946, May 10: Nevills

Folder 36

1946, May 22: Norman Nevills

Folder 37

1946, June 1-7: Norman Nevills; Gerald M. Loeb; Barry Goldwater

Folder 38

1946, June 10-18: John P. Buwalda; Robert G. Cleland; Rosalind T. Johnson; Kieth (sic) Spalding; E.T. Dudley; Lois Fraser; Norman Nevills; Orval Cassity; Preston Walker

Folder 39

1946, June 22: Joseph Desloge; Anne Desloge; Zoe Desloge; Marie Saalfrank; Hugh Cutler; Kent Frost; Preston Walker; Norman Nevills

Folder 40

1946, July 2: Sid Woodbury; Nevills

Folder 41

1946, Sep.: Norm Nevills; Imogene Redd Hess; Kent Frost; Doris Nevills

 

San Juan River, 1947-1949

Box 371, Folder 1

1947, May 1: George Wing; P.T. Reilly; Kent Frost; Norman Nevills

Folder 2

1947, June 6-17: Moulton Fulmer; Janice Fulmer (Shiprock to Lee's Ferry)

Folder 3

1947, June 6: George Wing; Kent Frost; Norman Nevills; Wallace Stegner; Joan Nevills; Alfred Milotte; Elma Milotte; Ann Kier; J.C. Howlands

Folder 4

1947: Frost Expedition, first (John A. Frost; Frank E. Frost; Robert L. Gates; Scott Hughes; Leo R. Manning; Paul B. English; Kenneth Willison)

Folder 5

1947: Frost Expeditions, second (John A. Frost; Frank E. Frost; Robert L. Gates; Claude Lortz; Samuel Stone)

Folder 6

1948, May 19-24: Glen Kemp; Nevills

Folder 7

1948, May 28-June 3: Nevills; Farquhar; Wright; Wing

Folder 8

1948, June 6: P. T. Reilly; F. Wright; N. Nevills; "Susie" Reilly

Folder 9

1948, June-July 10: Dick Griffith (Shiprock to Lee's Ferry); James Collier Gifford (Mexican Hat to Lee's Ferry)

Folder 10

1948, June 14-22: Aleson; Larabee; Griffith

Folder 11

1948, June 14-22: Kaufman-Lord

Folder 12

1948, June 15: P. T. Reilly; J. F. Wright; N. D. Nevills; Doris Nevills; Joan Nevills; Mary Abbott; Mayes

Folder 13

1948, June 24-31: Nevills; Ros Johnson

Folder 14

1949, April: Arthur Hoskins (Shiprock to Bluff)

Folder 15

1949, May 1: Nevills

Folder 16

1949, May 1-9: Aleson

Folder 17

1949, May 10: Nevills

Folder 18

1949, May 12-20: Aleson; Beauregard

Folder 19

1949, May 19: Nevills

Folder 20

1949, May 28: Nevills; Rigg; Wright; Reilly; Peterman

Folder 21

1949, June: Harris; Brennan; Morrow

Folder 22

1949, June 3-12: Harry Aleson (Bluff to Lee's Ferry); Larabee; Fetzner; Griffith; Galo

Folder 23

1949, June 6-12: Nevills; Reilly; Rigg; Wright

Folder 24

1949, June 13: Frost; Frost

Folder 25

1949, June 14-22: Aleson; Griffith

 

San Juan River, 1950-1956

Box 372, Folder 1

1950, Apr. 28: Wright-Rigg

Folder 2

1950, April 30-May 10: Harry Aleson; Lou Fetzner

Folder 3

1950, May 8-14: Wright-Rigg

Folder 4

1950, May 12-22: Harry Aleson; Gilman; Long; James White

Folder 5

1950, May 17-23: Wright-Rigg

Folder 6

1950, May 23-31: Ferris-Brady

Folder 7

1950, May 24-June 3: Aleson; Bill Done

Folder 8

1950, May 28: Wright-Rigg (scheduled but no run)

Folder 9

1950, June: Frost

Folder 10

1950, June: Leo Krusack; John Krusack (foldboat and canoe)

Folder 11

1950, June 5-15: Larabee-Aleson

Folder 12

1950, June 6-12: Wright; Rigg

Folder 13

1950, June 15-21: Wright-Rigg

Folder 14

1950, June 17-27: Harry Aleson; Richard Griffith

Folder 15

1950, June 24-30: Wright-Rigg

Folder 16

1950, July 3: Wright-Rigg; Masland; Eisaman ("The Goat Run")

Folder 17

1951, May 11-17: Wright; Rigg

Folder 18

1951, May 31: Wright-Rigg; Hume

Folder 19

1951, June 3: Jack Frost

Folder 20

1951, June 12-22: Wright-Rigg

Folder 21

1951, June 12: Georgie White; Sierra Club

Folder 22

1951, June 13: Jack Frost

Folder 23

1952, May: Ross

Folder 24

1952, May 8: Wright-Rigg

Folder 25

1952, May 21: Wright

Folder 26

1952, May 31-June 6: Don Wimpress; John K. Wimpress; Walter Prevost

Folder 27

1952, June: Krusack; Krusack; Boz

Folder 28

1952, June 4: Wright-Rigg

Folder 29

1952, June 5-12: Fulmer; Nelson

Folder 30

1952, June 10-19: Frost Expeditions

Folder 31

1952, June 16: Wright-Rigg; Reilly; Harper; Frost

Folder 32

1952, June 22-30: Larabee-Aleson

Folder 33

1952, June 26: Wright

Folder 34

1953, May: Wright-Rigg

Folder 35

1953, May 15-29: Harry Aleson; Dick Sprang

Folder 36

1953: Southwest Explorations

Folder 37

1953, June: J. Franklin Wright

Folder 38

1953, June: Georgie White

Folder 39

1953, June 7-16: Jack Frost Expeditions (John A. Frost; Robert A. Zeller; Harley Barnes; E.P. Ripley; Elwin C. Hale; James Sturdevant; Roger Alexander; J.W. Reid; W.W. Mallory; Bailey Roscoe; Philip Hayes)

Folder 40

1953, June 17-24: Gaskill-Simmons

Folder 41

1953, June 23-30: Larabee-Aleson

Folder 42

1953, July: Homer L. Dodge; Norton Dodge

Folder 43

1954: Larabee; Aleson

Folder 44

1954: Frank Wright (canoe)

Folder 45

1954, May 1-7: Mexican Hat Expeditions

Folder 46

1954, May 11-17: Mexican Hat Expeditions

Folder 47

1954, May 17-26: Southwest Explorations

Folder 48

1954, May 21-27: Mexican Hat Expeditions

Folder 49

1954, May-June: Frank Wright; "Smoke Signal"

Folder 50

1954, June: Georgie White

Folder 51

1954, June 1-7: Mexican Hat Expeditions

Folder 52

1954, June 1-8: Frost Expedition; Bob Koonce, "Fast-Water Holiday," 1956.

Folder 53

1954, June 11-17: Mex. Hat Exp. (Miller; Wright; Nichols; Johnson; Bishop; Rigg; Hume; Lynn; Lee)

Folder 54

1954, June 18-25: Frost Expeditions (John A. Frost; Frank E. Frost; Elaine Frost; Lois Ross; Wm. L. Chenoweth)

Folder 55

1954, June 21-27: Mexican Hat Expeditions

Folder 56

1955, April 30-May 9: Burton G. Odell

Folder 57

1955: Frank Wright; Disney TV

Folder 58

1955, June 1-7: Frank Wright

Folder 59

1955: Georgie White

Folder 60

1955, June 4-11: Ellingson; Moki Mac

Folder 61

1955, June 5-13: Frost Expeditions

Folder 62

1956: Georgie White

Folder 63

1956: Frank Wright

Folder 64

1956: Frost Expeditions

Folder 65

1956, Aug. 20-26: J. Harvey Butchart

 

San Juan River, since 1957

Box 373, Folder 1

1957: H. Elwyn Blake

Folder 2

1957: Frost Expeditions

Folder 3

1957, May-June: Georgie White

Folder 4

1957, June: Lu Bettis; Ed Nyswandar; Jim Lindsay; Charles Reddock; Karl Von Bieren

Folder 5

1957: Kenny Ross

Folder 6

1957: Mexican Hat Expeditions

Folder 7

1957: William C. Schanlaber; Nancy Schanlaber

Folder 8

1957: Museum of Northern Arizona

Folder 9

1958: Museum of Northern Arizona (surveys on San Juan)

Folder 10

1958: Frost Expeditions

Folder 11

1958, April-May: Bill Hoy; Bill Jones

Folder 12

1958, June: MHE

Folder 13

1958: Harris-Brennan

Folder 14

1958: Tyson Dines

Folder 15

1958: Myles A. Colligan; Reilly; Lindbergh

Folder 16

1959: Museum of Northern Arizona (Frank Wright, boatman; Lynn Wright, boatman; William Adams; Alexander J. Lindsay, Jr.; Christy Turner II; Dr. Gregory Crampton)

Folder 17

1959

Folder 18

1960, February: cruise

Folder 19

1960

Folder 20

1960, April: Emory Strong; Howard Hughes; Steve Hughes

Folder 21

1960: surveys of the Museum of Northern Arizona (San Juan River)

Folder 22

1961

Folder 23

1962

Folder 24

Since 1963

Folder 25

San Juan trips, year unknown

Box 374, Folder 1

San Juan River and Basin - general and miscellaneous

Folder 2

San Juan region: references

Folder 3

San Juan Basin: geology

Folder 4

Hugh D. Miser, "Erosion in San Juan Canyon, Utah," 1925.

Folder 5

Flow in San Juan River

Folder 6

San Juan River: River Bed Case testimony

Folder 7

Cattle

Folder 8

Gold

Folder 9

Silver

Folder 10

Uranium

Folder 11

Navajo Lake; Navajo Dam

Folder 12

San Juan Mountains; Animas River; Ouray; Silverton; Animas City; Howardsville; Baker's Park; Parrott City; Durango

Box 375, Folder 1

Aztec National Monument

Folder 2

Farmington

Folder 3

Pueblo Bonito; Chaco Canyon

Folder 4

Shiprock; Navajo Trail

Folder 5

Mancos

Folder 6

Mesa Verde; the Anasazi

Folder 7

The Four Corners

Folder 8

The Sleeping Ute

Folder 9

Aneth

Folder 10

McElmo Creek; McElmo Canyon; Mitchell

Folder 11

Mitchell Trading Post

Folder 12

Battle Rock

Folder 13

Hovenweep National Monument

Folder 14

Adams Trading Post

Folder 15

Montezuma Creek; Montezuma Canyon; Peter Shurtz

Folder 16

Hyde Trading Post

Folder 17

Desert Creek

Folder 18

Recapture Creek; Recapture Pocket; Rio de la Abajo

Folder 19

St. Christopher Mission; Father Harold B. Liebler

Box 376, Folder 1

Bluff

Folder 2

Albert R. Lyman, "The Fort on the Firing Line," 1949; Bluff (Navajos, Piutes, Hamblin, Monticello)

Folder 3

Cottonwood Creek

Folder 4

Monticello

Folder 5

Dream Mine; Blue Mountains

Folder 6

Blanding

Folder 7

Ute (Yuta) Indians; Ute Indian Reservation

Folder 8

Gothic Wash

Folder 9

Walker Creek

Folder 10

Butler Creek (Epsom Creek)

Folder 11

The Rincon; David E. Miller, "Murder at the Rincon," 1958; Snake House Ruins

Folder 12

Comb Wash (Epsom Creek)

Folder 13

Chinle Creek - Mile 132-133

Folder 14

Canyon de Chelly; de Chelly Creek; Chinle Creek

Folder 15

Canyon de Chelly; Don M. Wilson, "The First Ascent of Spider Rock," 1957.

Folder 16

Navajo National Monument; Inscription House

Folder 17

Navajo Indian Reservation; Navajo Country

Box 377, Folder 1

Laguna Creek; Betatakin; Keet Seel

Folder 2

Kayenta

Folder 3

Monument Valley

Folder 4

Clara Bernheimer Bridge

Folder 5

Poncho House (Rainbow Bridge-Monument Valley Expedition, 1933)

Folder 6

Poncho House; Chinle Creek

Folder 7

Mile 124-125

Folder 8

The Narrows - Mile 123-124

Folder 9

Mexican Hat; rock formation - Mile 117-118

Folder 10

Gypsom Creek

Folder 11

Goodridge Bridge - Mile 113-114

Folder 12

Mexican Hat

Box 378, Folder 1

San Juan Oil Field; Goodridge

Folder 2

Mendenhall Loop - Mile 110-111

Folder 3

Narrows - Mile 105-106

Folder 4

The Goosenecks

Folder 5

Honaker Trail - Mile 96-97

Folder 6

Nephi Claim - Mile 92-93

Folder 7

Johns Canyon (Mile 82.4); Rapid (Mile 82.8) - Mile 82-83

Folder 8

Mile 79-80

Folder 9

Mile 78-79

Folder 10

Government Rapid Legend (1921) - Mile 77-78

Folder 11

Slickhorn Canyon (Mile 74.8) - Mile 74-75

Folder 12

Grand Gulch (Mile 71) - Mile 71-72

Folder 13

Moonlight Creek (Mile 65.4); Oljeto; Oljato; Hoskinini Mesa - Mile 65-66

Folder 14

Steer Gulch - Mile 63-64

Folder 15

Whirlwind Draw, right bank (Mile 62.7) - Mile 62-63

Folder 16

Mile 58-59

Folder 17

Clay Hill Crossing - Mile 57-58

Folder 18

Williams-Cahn Placer - Mile 55-56

Folder 19

Piute Farms - Mile 54-55

Folder 20

Mile 51-52

Folder 21

Clay Gulch (Mile 50.3); Mikes Canyon - Mile 50-51

Folder 22

Castle Creek (Castle Wash; Spring Gulch - Mile 47.0) - Mile 47-48

Folder 23

Copper Canyon (Mile 46.7) - Mile 46-47

Box 379, Folder 1

Oil spill

Folder 2

Nokai Creek (Mile 44) - Mile 44-45

Folder 3

Zahn Camp; Zahn Mine - Mile 41-42

Folder 4

San Juan Mining Co. - Mile 40-41

Folder 5

Spencer Camp - Mile 37-38

Folder 6

Paiute Mesa; Pottery Pueblo

Folder 7

Mile 36-37

Folder 8

Mile 35-36

Folder 9

Mile 33-34

Folder 10

Alcove Canyon (Nevills Canyon?; see Mile 33-34) - Mile 32-33

Folder 11

Mile 29-30

Folder 12

Neskahi Wash (Neski; Neska - Mile 24.6) - Mile 24-25

Folder 13

Piute Canyon (Mile 21.5); Zane Grey Canyon - Mile 21-22

Folder 14

Deep Canyon (Spring Canyon; Breakneck Canyon, Mile 18.3) - Mile 18-19

Folder 15

Lost Mesa

Folder 16

Navajo Mountain Trading Posts

Folder 17

Wilson Creek (Mile 14); Desha Creek (Deza Canyon, Mile 14.9); Hawkeye Bridge - Mile 14-15

Folder 18

Syncline Rapid

Folder 19

Trail Canyon (Mile 13.6); Wilson Creek (Mile 14.-); Neil M. Judd, "Beyond the Clay Hills," 1924; excavation, Museum of Northern Arizona - Mile 13-14

Folder 20

Cha Canyon (Mile 11.5); Beaver Creek; 13 Foot Rapid - Mile 11-12

Folder 21

Little Junction Creek; Redbud Canyon - Mile 8-9

Folder 22

Nasja Creek (Mile 5.7); Surprise Valley; Junction Creek; Redbud Canyon; Bald Rock Creek - Mile 5-6

Folder 23

Mile 4-5

Folder 24

Mile 3-4

Folder 25

Tunnel Canyon

Folder 26

Mile 1-2

Folder 27

Mile 0-1

 

Oregon/Idaho

Folder 28

Salmon River; Rogue River

Folder 29

Owyhee River; Owyhee County

Folder 30

Rivers U.S.A.

 

Miscellaneous Section

 

Bibliographical Notes, Research References, Miscellaneous and Unrelated Material

Box 380, Folder 1

Recommended Reading by Dock Marston, 1978

Folder 2

Bibliography from Charles B. Hunt, Cenozoic Geology of the Colorado Plateau, 1956.

Folder 3

Selected List of References on the Grand Canyon Area, March, 1970.

Folder 4

Miscellaneous Bibliographical Notices, no. 1

Folder 5

Miscellaneous Bibliographical Notices, no. 2

Folder 6

Miscellaneous Bibliographical Notices, no. 3

Folder 7

Miscellaneous Bibliographical Notices, no. 4

Folder 8

Miscellaneous Bibliographical Notices, no. 5

Folder 9

Research References

Folder 10

Miscellaneous

Folder 11

Unrelated Material

Box 381-388

Miscellaneous Duplicate Items

 

Map Section

 

Historical Maps

Box 389, Folder 1

Granata Nova et California (1598)

Folder 2

Miera map (1778); Bolton map of Escalante route

Folder 3

General Map of North America (Winterbotham, 1795)

Folder 4

Juan Pedro Walker's map of western North America (c. 1807)

Folder 5

Map of North America (1826)

Folder 6

David H. Burr, The North-West-Coast of North America (1840)

Folder 7

Map of Upper California, from Charles Wilkes, Narrative of the United States Exploring Expedition (map 1841)

Folder 8

Map of Texas and the Countries Adjacent (1844)

Folder 9

S. Augustus Mitchell, A New Map of Texas, Oregon, and California (1846)

Folder 10

S. Augustus Mitchell: Oregon and Upper California (1847); Map of Mexico, Including Yucatan & Upper California (1847)

Folder 11

Map of California, Oregon, Texas... (1849)

Folder 12

A New Map of the State of California, the Territories of Oregon & Utah, and the chief part of New Mexico (1850)

Folder 13

Kern map of New Mexico (1851)

Folder 14

Map of the Central Route from the Valley of the Mississippi to California (c. 1853)

Folder 15

Rogers and Johnston Map of Utah (1857)

Folder 16

First map of Tucson (1862)

Folder 17

Map of the Military Department of New Mexico (1864)

Folder 18

Map of western U.S. from Samuel Bowles, Across the Continent (1866)

Folder 19

Portion of Map of the U.S. and Territories (1867)

Folder 20

Map in Baldwin Möllhausen, Resor i Nord Amerikas Klippberg... (1867)

Folder 21

Map from William A. Bell, New Tracks in North America (1869)

Folder 22

Map of the Route of the Southern Continental Railroad (1869, made in 1867-1868)

Folder 23

Arizona

Folder 24

Map of Utah (c. 1871)

Folder 25

Map of the Region between the Mississippi and the Pacific, in Richardson (1873)

Folder 26

Green River from the Union Pacific Rail Road to the Mouth of White River 1873; Map of Utah Territory... (1880); Map of the Grand Canon of the Colorado (1875)

Folder 27

New Map of the Chicago & North-Western R'y (1875)

Folder 28

Map of Arizona (1878)

Folder 29

Map of the Territory of Arizona (1884)

Folder 30

Maps of Nevada, Arizona, California (c. 1890-1891)

Folder 31

Map of Colorado River, showing Brown/Stanton Survey

Folder 32

Clason's Guide Map of the State of Utah (1909)

Folder 33

Profile Surveys in the Colorado River Basin in Wyoming, Utah, Colorado, and New Mexico (1917): Plates I-V

Folder 34

Profile Surveys in the Colorado River Basin in Wyoming, Utah, Colorado, and New Mexico (1917): Plates VI-VIII

Folder 35

Profile Surveys in the Colorado River Basin in Wyoming, Utah, Colorado, and New Mexico (1917): Plates IX-XII

Folder 36

Profile Surveys in the Colorado River Basin in Wyoming, Utah, Colorado, and New Mexico (1917): Plates XIII-XXI

Folder 37

Profile Surveys in the Colorado River Basin in Wyoming, Utah, Colorado, and New Mexico (1917): Plates XXII-XXVI

Folder 38

Profile Surveys in the Colorado River Basin in Wyoming, Utah, Colorado, and New Mexico (1917): Plates XXVII-XXXII

Folder 39

Profile Surveys in the Colorado River Basin in Wyoming, Utah, Colorado, and New Mexico (1917): Plates XXXIII-XXXVII

Folder 40

Profile Surveys in the Colorado River Basin in Wyoming, Utah, Colorado, and New Mexico (1917): Plates XXXVIII-XL

Folder 41

Profile Surveys in the Colorado River Basin in Wyoming, Utah, Colorado, and New Mexico (1917): Plates XLI-XLIII

Folder 42

1927 Automobile Road Map of Southwestern United States

Folder 43

Southwestern United States (National Geographic, 1940)

Folder 44

Southwestern United States (National Geographic, 1948)

Folder 45

Overland Routes of the Pioneer West; James F. Gardiner, Indian Tribes and Trapper Trails (1949)

Folder 46

Colorado River maps related to J.W. Powell

Folder 47

James B. Allen, "The Evolution of County Boundaries in Utah," 1955.

Folder 48

Route of the Mormon Pioneers

Folder 49

West-Southwest Map, Showing Some of the Roads, Rails, Forts, Towns and Trails, 1800 and After

 

General and Miscellaneous Maps

Box 390, Folder 1

A Survey of the Recreational Resources of the Colorado River Basin, Plates 2-16

Folder 2

Map of Known Metalic Mineral Occurrences of Arizona

Note

[missing 8/10/98]
Folder 3

Aeronautical charts

Folder 4

Index to Topographic Maps of Arizona

Note

[missing 8/10/98]
Folder 5

Index to Topographic Maps and Geologic Folios: Montana, Idaho, and Wyoming

Folder 6

Index to Plastic Relief Maps of Eastern-Western U.S.A.

Folder 7

Aerial Maps and Indexes

Folder 8

Frederick Simpich, "Mapping Our Changing Southwest"

Folder 9

"The Colorado River, " Arizona Highways, 1953?

Folder 10

Map Catalogues and References

Folder 11

Colorado River Basin: Miscellaneous Maps

Folder 12

Xerox maps, general

Folder 13

Road maps and tourist information: Nevada; Utah; Eastern California; New Mexico; Indian Country; Colorado

 

General and Miscellaneous Maps (cont.)

Box 391, Folder 1

Road maps: Arizona

Folder 2

California Road Maps

Folder 3

Southwestern National Monuments

 

Colorado River: Headwaters to Confluence

Box 392, Folder 1

State of Colorado

Folder 2

Plan and Profile: Roaring Fork, Colorado, from Colorado River to Mile 55

Folder 3

Plan: Colorado River, Rifle to Glenwood Springs, Colorado, Dam Site

Folder 4

Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Monument

Folder 5

Plan and Profile: Colorado River, Mile 987 to 1076, Dolores River to Mile 22, Dam Sites

Folder 6

U.S.G.S. Reconnaissance Maps: San Rafael; La Sal (1885)

Folder 7

Dolores River photogeological maps (U.S.G.S. Miscellaneous Geologic Investigations: I-278; I-279)

Folder 8

Dolores River Area 7.5 min. quads: Gateway; Egnar

Folder 9

Dolores River

Folder 10

U.S.G.S. Western United States 1: 250,000 Series: Moab

Folder 11

U.S.G.S. preliminary 7.5 min. quads: Westwater 4 SW; Carlisle 2 NE; Carlisle 3 NE; Mt. Waas 1 NE; Carlisle 2 SE; Mt. Waas 1 NW; Westwater 4 SE

Folder 12

U.S.G.S.: 30 min. series (Montrose); 15 min. series (Hatch Point, Castle Valley, Cisco, Coates Creek, Moab); 7.5 min series (Grand Mesa)

Folder 13

Colorado River, Mile 78 to Confluence with Green (Leslie Allen Jones compilation)

Folder 14

U.S.G.S. 15 min. series: Harts Point; sketch map, Rock Island

Folder 15

Section maps, Indian Creek area: T30S R21E, T30S R20E, T31S R21E, T32S R21E, T32S R22E

Folder 16

Miscellaneous maps: Colorado River region from Dolores River to Confluence

Folder 17

Grand County, Utah: General Highway Map

Folder 18

Garfield County, Utah: General Highway Map

Folder 19

San Juan County, Utah: General Highway Map (1948)

Folder 20

Kane County, Utah: General Highway Map

Folder 21

Wayne County, Utah: General Highway Map

Folder 22

Canyonlands National Park and vicinity

 

Colorado River: Confluence to Lee's Ferry

Box 393, Folder 1

Bishop field maps: Cataract, Narrow, and Glen Canyons (1871)

Folder 2

U.S.G.S. Reconnaissance Maps: Abajo, Henry, Fish Lake, Escalante, Canyon de Chelly, Marsh Pass, Echo Cliffs

Folder 3

Plan and Profile of Colorado River, Lees Ferry to Mouth of Green...: Plan Sheets A-F (Lees Ferry to San Juan)

Folder 4

Plan and Profile of Colorado River, Lees Ferry to Mouth of Green...: Plan Sheets G-K (San Juan to Mile 166)

Folder 5

Plan and Profile of Colorado River, Lees Ferry to Mouth of Green...: Plan Sheets L-M (Miles 167-216, Hite to Green River).

Folder 6

Plan and Profile of Colorado River, Lees Ferry to Mouth of Green...: Profiles Q-T

Folder 7

Plan and Profile of Colorado River, Lees Ferry to Mouth of Green...:Sheets A, B, D-M (reduced copies)

Folder 8

Plan and Profile of Colorado River, Lees Ferry to Mouth of Green...: Sheets B-V

Physical Description: (reduced negative copies)
Folder 9

LaRue maps showing photo locations (1921)

Folder 10

Maps from U.S.G.S. Bulletins 908 & 951

Folder 11

U.S.G.S. Miscellaneous Geologic Investigations (Cataract, Narrow, and Glen Canyons; Paria): I-2, I-6, I-16, I-41, I-42, I-43, I-44, I-45, I-66, I-77, I-150, I-163, I-195, I-248, I-250, I-251, I-260, I-262, I-263, I-265, I-266, I-267, I-268, I-275, I-280

 

Colorado River: Confluence to Lees Ferry (cont.)

Box 394, Folder 1

U.S.G.S. Mineral Investigations, Field Studies Maps: MF 139, MF 142, MF 144, MF 146, MF 147, MF 148, MF 153, MF 154, MF 155, MF 156, MF 157, MF 158

Folder 2

The Glen Canyon Region (from Robert B. Stanton, The Hoskaninni Papers)

Folder 3

Miscellaneous maps: Glen, Narrow, and Cataract Canyons and lower Green River

Folder 4

Colorado River, Miles 216-159 (Leslie Allen Jones map)

Folder 5

Simmons' Profile, Cataract Canyon

Folder 6

U.S.G.S.: Western United States 1:250,000 (Escalante); 30 min. series (Elk Ridge); 15 min. series (Orange Cliffs, Needles, Fable Valley, Robbers Roost Canyon, Mt. Linnaeus); 7.5 min. prelim. series (Orange Cliffs, Carlisle 3 NW; Oil and Gas Investigations (OM 197) - Miscellaneous assorted maps

Folder 7

U.S.G.S. 15 min. series: Mouth of Dark Canyon

Folder 8

U.S.G.S. 15 min. series: Hite

Folder 9

U.S.G.S. 15 min. series (Glen Canyon): The Rincon, Gunsight Butte, Leche-e Rock, Mancos Mesa, Cummings Mesa, Lake Canyon, Navajo Mountain, Moody Creek, Hall Mesa, Natural Bridges, Mt. Hillers, Nipple Butte, House Rock Spring, Bears Ears, Navajo Creek, Mt. Pennell, Factory Butte

 

Colorado River: Confluence to Lees Ferry (cont.)

Box 395, Folder 1

Historical Sites in Glen Canyon

Folder 2

Miscellaneous maps of Lake Powell

Folder 3

G.K. Gilbert, Map of the Henry Mountains and Vicinity (1880)

Folder 4

U.S.G.S. Reconnaissance Map: Henry Mountains

Folder 5

Natural Bridges National Monument

Folder 6

Escalante River, assorted maps

Folder 7

Assorted maps: San Juan/Colorado River junction area, Rainbow Bridge - 73, Navajo National Monument

Folder 8

Aerial photos (Jack Ammann): 73 - Rainbow Bridge/San Juan River area

Folder 9

Aerial photos (government stereos): 73 area

Folder 10

Masland maps of northwest Navajo Mountain

Folder 11

Aerial photos (Ammann stereos): area north and west of Navajo Mountain

Folder 12

Navajo and Hopi Country

Folder 13

Map of western part of the Navajo Reservation, probably prepared by John Wetherill

Folder 14

Boater's Map of the Colorado River, Lee's Ferry to Glen Canyon Dam

Folder 15

U.S.G.S. 7.5 min. prelim. series: Lees Ferry NE

 

Marble Gorge/Grand Canyon: Historical & General

Box 396, Folder 1

Maps in Leavitt thesis relating to Mormon settlement in Clark Co., Nevada, 1855-1880

Folder 2

Map of Pah-Ute County, A.T. (1865)

Folder 3

RG77, Records of the Office of the Chief of Engineers, Hdqrs, Map File, maps: US 542, No. 102 (Sketch showing the Grand Canon of the Colorado River, 1874); W 355 (1) (Bright Angel to Grand Wash, 1873)

Folder 4

The Colorado River through the Grand Canyon and Arizona, atlas sheet no. 1 from Dutton, Geology of the High Plateaus of Utah (1880)

Folder 5

Southern Nevada (1881)

Folder 6

U.S.G.S. Reconnaissance Maps:Echo Cliffs, Kaibab, Chino, Kanab, Beaver, Mt. Trumbull, Diamond Creek, St. George

Folder 7

Country Tributary to S.P.L.A., and S.L., R.R. in Southern Nevada (1906)

Folder 8

Las Vegas/Overton region (1915)

Folder 9

Arizona Territory (c. 1910?)

Folder 10

U.S.G.S.: Miscellaneous Geologic Investigations (I-252, I-253, I-254, I-255; Coconino & Mohave Co. s); Mineral Investigations, Field Studies Maps (MF 138, Clark Co.)

Folder 11

Arizona Bureau of Mines, Geologic maps of Coconino and Mohave Counties

Folder 12

John Maxson, Preliminary Geologic Map of the Grand Canyon and Vicinity (West and Central) (1969)

Folder 13

Satellite photos of Marble Gorge, Grand Canyon, and Lake Mead

Folder 14

Sectional Aeronautical Charts: Grand Canyon; Prescott

Folder 15

Relief model of the Grand Canyon in the American Museum of Natural History

Folder 16

Grand Canyon tourist maps

Folder 17

Grand Canyon: miscellaneous maps and sketch maps

Folder 18

Mileage on the Colorado River and Lake Mead between Lees Ferry and Temple Bar (with canyon and rapid index)

 

Marble Gorge/Grand Canyon: General

Box 397, Folder 1

Plan and Profile of Colorado River from Lees Ferry to Black Canyon, and Virgin River (annotated set used by Otis Marston 1950-1957)

Folder 2

Plan and Profile of Little Colorado River from Mouth to Tolchico Dam Site

Folder 3

Plan and Profile of Colorado River from Lees Ferry to Black Canyon, and Virgin River: sheets M, N (Virgin R.)

Folder 4

Plan and Profile of Colorado River from Lees Ferry to Black Canyon, and Virgin River: reduced sheets A-J, O-S used in 1960 Grand Canyon transit

Folder 5

Plan and Profile of Colorado River from Lees Ferry to Black Canyon, and Virgin River: profile sheets O-R

Folder 6

Plan and Profile of Colorado River from Lees Ferry to Black Canyon, and Virgin River: reduced negative copies of Profile sheets O-U

Folder 7

Plan and Profile of Colorado River from Lees Ferry to Black Canyon, and Virgin River: reduced negative copies of plan sheets A-N

Folder 8

Plan and Profile of Colorado River from Lees Ferry to Black Canyon...: miscellaneous xerox

Folder 9

Marble Canyon plans:

Physical Description: copies
Folder 10

Grand Canyon plans: miles 61-87

Physical Description: (copies)
Folder 11

Grand Canyon plans: miles 87-130

Physical Description: (copies)
 

Marble Canyon/Grand Canyon: General; Marble Canyon, Little Colorado

Box 398, Folder 1

Grand Canyon plans: miles 130-200

Physical Description: (copies)
Folder 2

Grand Canyon plans: miles 200-250

Physical Description: (copies)
Folder 3

Grand Canyon plans: miles 250-280

Physical Description: (copies)
Folder 4

Colorado River plans below Grand Canyon: miles 280-356

Physical Description: (copies)
Folder 5

Bureau of Land Management: Arizona Strip District

Folder 6

U.S.G.S. (Marble Canyon): Western United States 1:250,000 (Marble Canyon); 15 min. series (Lees Ferry, Paria Plateau, Buckskin Mtn., Tanner Wash, Emmett Wash, Jacob Lake, Nankoweap); 7.5 min. prelim. series (Lees Ferry NE, Lees Ferry NW, Lees Ferry SE, Lees Ferry SW, Emmett Wash NE, Emmett Wash NW) -

Physical Description: Miscellaneous maps and copies
Folder 7

U.S.G.S. (Little Colorado): Plan (Little Colorado River from Tolchico Dam Site to Lyman Reservoir; Cottonwood Wash; Leroux Wash; Puerco River. Dam Sites - sheets 1-18); 15 min. series (Blue Springs, Coconino Point); 7.5 min. prelim. series (Blue Springs NE, Blue Springs SE, Cameron NW, Cameron SW)

 

Marble Canyon/Grand Canyon: Grand Canyon

Box 399, Folder 1

Grand Canyon National Park (East Half)

Folder 2

U.S.G.S. 15 min. series: Vishnu Temple, Grandview Point

Folder 3

U.S.G.S. (Grand Canyon): Grand Canyon National Park (East Half) (in pieces); 15 min. series (Bright Angel (1903, 1962), De Motte Park, Valle); 7.5 min. prelim. series (Red Butte SE)

Folder 4

National Geographic, The Heart of the Grand Canyon (Bradford Washburn map)

Folder 5

Kaibab National Forest

Folder 6

Coconino National Forest

Folder 7

Grand Canyon National Park (West Half)

Folder 8

U.S.G.S. (Grand Canyon): Grand Canyon National Park (West Half) (in pieces); 15 min. series (Havasupai Point, Powell Plateau, Shinarump, Johnson) - Grand Canyon National Monument (1907); Walapai Ethnography maps; Pearl Baker's Trail on the Water map;

Physical Description: miscellaneous maps and copies
Folder 9

U.S.G.S. 15 min. series (Kanab Point, Supai, Fredonia, Kanab);

Physical Description: Miscellaneous maps and copies
Folder 10

Grand Canyon National Monument

Folder 11

Aerial photomosaic map, Colorado River, miles 167.5-197 below Lee's Ferry

Folder 12

U.S.G.S. 15 min. series (National Canyon, Tuckup Canyon, Heaton Knolls, Short Creek)

Folder 13

U.S.G.S. (Colorado River from Vulcan's Throne to Lake Mead): 7.5 min. series (Vulcans Throne, Vulcans Throne SE, Mt. Trumbull SE, Whitmore Rapids, Vulcans Throne SW, Whitmore Point SE, Whitmore Point, Whitmore Point SW, Granite Park, Hockey Puck Spring, Price Point, Diamond Peak, Frazier Wells SW, Peach Springs NE, Travertine Rapids, Peach Springs Canyon, Separation Canyon, Hindu Canyon, Amos Point, Spencer Canyon, Milkweed Canyon NW, Devils Slide Rapids)

Folder 14

U.S.G.S. 15 min. series (Bridge Canyon);

Physical Description: Miscellaneous maps and copies
 

Marble Canyon/Grand Canyon: lower Grand Canyon, Virgin R., Lake Mead

Box 400, Folder 1

Bridge Canyon: Reservoir Site; Potential Highway Location

Folder 2

Lake Mead National Recreational Area, Shivwits Plateau

Folder 3

Miscellaneous maps and copies (Virgin River basin); U.S.G.S. (Virgin River basin): 15 min series (Lost Spring Mtn., St. George, Littlefield, Hurricane, Mesquite, Cane Springs); 7.5 min. prelim. series (Hurricane Cliffs 2 NE, Hurricane Cliffs 2 NW)

Folder 4

Washington County, Utah: General Highway Map

Folder 5

Lake Mead Nautical Charts

Folder 6

Lake Mead Nautical Chart (original folder marked, "Lake Mead - Kym's Guide; 1960")

Folder 7

Miscellaneous xerox maps: Grand Canyon to Hoover Dam

 

Colorado River: Hoover Dam to Gulf of California

Box 401, Folder 1

Lower Colorado River: Historical and general maps

Folder 2

Lower Colorado River and Imperial Valley (Bureau of Reclamation maps no.s 23530 and 23530-A (1929)

Folder 3

Map of Outcrops of Precambrian Rocks in Arizona

Folder 4

Sunset Sportsman's Atlas: Colorado River and Lake Mead

Folder 5

(Lower) Colorado River Vacation Map

Folder 6

U.S.G.S. Reconnaissance Map: Camp Mohave (1892)

Folder 7

Mohave County

Folder 8

U.S.G.S. 15 min. series (Black Canyon, Spirit Mtn., Chloride)

Folder 9

U.S.G.S. 7.5 min. series (Cross Roads)

Folder 10

U.S.G.S. 15 min. series (Kofa Butte, Mt. Union, Mammoth)

Folder 11

U.S.G.S. 7.5 min. series (Pima Butte)

Folder 12

Geologic Map of the Hayden Quadrangle, Pinal and Gila Counties, Arizona

Folder 13

Yuma Valley and vicinity (c. 1850)

Folder 14

Current Observations; at Fort Yuma Arizona (c. 1850)

Folder 15

U.S.G.S. 15 min. series (Yuma)

Folder 16

Geologic Map of Yuma County

Folder 17

Yuma County tourist map

Folder 18

Imperial Irrigation District and Lands Irrigable (1919)

Folder 19

Kym's Guide: Salton Sea (1960)

Folder 20

Hardy, R.W.H.: Map of Lower California (with Sonora and Durango); Rio Colorado (1829)

Folder 21

Derby's maps of the lower reaches of the Colorado River (c. 1850)

Folder 22

San Pedro Martir Sierra (1907)

Folder 23

Godfrey Sykes, The Colorado Delta Region (1933); The Delta of the Colorado River (1907)

Folder 24

Lower California and the Northwestern States of Mexico (published by Arey-Jones, drawn by Edward E. Knight)

Folder 25

U.S.G.S. Water-Supply Paper 395, Plate XII, Lower Colorado River and Delta

Folder 26

Colorado River Delta

Folder 27

Colorado River Delta region

Folder 28

Lower Colorado River Delta

Folder 29

Seri Country, Sonora

 

Green River

Box 402, Folder 1

Air charts (Green River)

Folder 2

Green River: miscellaneous historical and geological maps

Folder 3

U.S.G.S. 7.5 min. series (Neponset Reservoir NW, Neponset Reservoir NE)

Folder 4

Plan and Profile of Green River, Green River, Utah, to Green River, Wyoming

Folder 5

Miscellaneous maps and copies; Plan and Profile of Green River, Green River, Utah, to Green River, Wyoming; U.S.G.S.: Western United States 1:250,000 (Rock Springs); 30 min. series (White River); 7.5 min. series (Clay Basin)

Folder 6

Plan and Profile of Green River, Green River, Utah, to Green River, Wyoming: profile sheets

Folder 7

Relief map of Utah; State of Utah

Folder 8

Flaming Gorge

Folder 9

U.S.G.S. 30 min. series (Marsh Peak)

Folder 10

Manila Ranger District, D-1, Ashley National Forest (Green River from Smiths Ferry to Red Creek)

Folder 11

U.S.G.S. Western United States 1:250,000 (Vernal)

Folder 12

Daggett County, General Highway Map; Uintah County, General Highway Map

Folder 13

Brown's Park: general

Folder 14

U.S.G.S. 7.5 min. series (Table Mountain, Virginia Dale, Cherokee Park, Diamond Peak)

Folder 15

Plan of Yampa River, Colorado, from Mouth of Elk River to Mile 73; Morrison Creek to Mile 10, Dam Sites: plan sheets 1-5 - Plan and Profile of Yampa River, Colorado, from Green River to Morgan Gulch: sheets A-E

Folder 16

Plan and Profile of Yampa River, Colorado, from Green River to Morgan Gulch:sheets A-E

Physical Description: (reduced negative copies)
Folder 17

Topographic Map of the Dinosaur National Monument; Geologic Map of the Dinosaur National Monument

Folder 18

U.S.G.S. 7.5 min. series (Jones Hole, Island Park, Wolf Creek)

Folder 19

Geologic Map of the Jones Hole Quadrangle

 

Green River (cont.)

Box 403, Folder 1

U.S.G.S.: 30 min. series (Jensen, Vernal); 15 min. series (Nutters Hole, Firewater Canyon, Flat Canyon, Range Creek)

Folder 2

The Green River from the Mouth of White River to Labyrinth Canyon (1880)

Folder 3

U.S.G.S. 7.5 min series (Wood Canyon, Minnie Maud Creek)

Folder 4

Carbon County, Utah, General Highway Map

Folder 5

Emery County, Utah, General Highway Map

Folder 6

U.S.G.S. Miscellaneous Geologic Investigations: I-246, I-261

Folder 7

Wolverton's Map of Green River (Green River, Utah, to Confluence, 1929)

Folder 8

LaRue Map 1 (Green River, Utah, to Confluence, 1921)

Folder 9

Green River from Green River, Utah, to Confluence

Folder 10

Canyon Country Marathon (Friendship Cruise)

Folder 11

Pearl Baker, Trail on the Water, Green River (Utah) to Moab

Folder 12

Lower Green River: Miscellaneous xerox maps and commentary

Folder 13

U.S.G.S. Reconnaissance Map (San Rafael, 1885)

Folder 14

U.S.G.S. 15 min. series (Lower Green River): Crescent Junction, Green River, Tidwell Bottoms, San Rafael Knob, The Knoll

Folder 15

Plan and Profile of Huntington Creek, Utah, from Huntington to Mile 27 and Dam Sites: sheets A-C

Folder 16

U.S.G.S. 15 min. series (Temple Mtn.)

Folder 17

U.S.G.S. 15 min. series (The Spur)

Folder 18

U.S.G.S. 15 min. series (Upheaval Dome)

Folder 19

Part of Green River south of the Nequoia, by Prommel & Crum

Folder 20

Lower Green River: miscellaneous historical and general maps; U.S.G.S. 7.5 min. prelim. series (Red Plateau, Tidwell 4 NE, Carlisle 2 NW, Carlisle 2 SW, Orange Cliffs 1 SE, Carlisle 3 NW)

 

San Juan River and Basin

Box 404, Folder 1

U.S.G.S. Western United States 1:250,000 (Durango, Cortez, Shiprock)

Folder 2

San Juan Basin: historical and miscellaneous maps

Folder 3

Jack Frost Expedition, Mexican Hat, Utah, to Lee's Ferry, Arizona, June 7-15, 1953

Folder 4

Plan and Profile of San Juan River, from Montezuma Creek to West Fork, Colorado, Dam Sites: sheets A-C

Folder 5

Topographical Map of Mesa Verde National Park

Folder 6

State Boundary, Navajo Reservation (1911?)

Folder 7

U.S.G.S. 15 min. series (Aneth, Cajon Mesa, Monument Canyon, Eastland, Montezuma Creek, Blanding, Montecello, Brushy Basin Wash, Clay Hills, Oljeto, No Mans Mesa)

Folder 8

U.S.G.S. 7.5 min. series (Bluff NW, Elk Ridge 4 SE, Elk Ridge 4 NE)

Folder 9

U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Bluff Project, San Juan River Survey, Topography, Bluff Reservoir Area: sheets 9, 26

Folder 10

Plan and Profile of Colorado River, Lees Ferry to Mouth of Green River, Utah; San Juan River, Mouth to Chinle Creek; and Certain Tributaries: sheets N, O, P, U, V

Folder 11

San Juan Oil Field: various maps

Folder 12

U.S.G.S.: Mineral Investigations, Field Studies Maps (MF-162, MF-185, MF-186, MF-194); Miscellaneous Geologic Investigations (I-185, I-221, I-233); Oil and Gas Investigations (OM 190)

Folder 13

Street Map of San Francisco; Telegraph Hill

Box 405

Miscellaneous National Geographic Maps

 

Rolled Maps

Box 406, Folder 1

Froiseth's New Sectional and Mineral Map of Utah (1871)

Folder 2

U.S. Dept. of Interior, General Land Office, State of Colorado, 1934

Folder 3

Plan and Profile, Colorado River, Mile 987 to Mile 1076; Dolores River to Mile 22; Dam Sites: Sheets 1-14

Folder 4

U.S. Dept. of Interior, General Land Office, State of Utah, 1937

Folder 5

U.S.G.S., Arches National Park

Folder 6

Plan and Profile of Colorado River, Lees Ferry to Mouth of Green River; San Juan River, Mouth to Chinle Creek; and Certain Tributaries: sheets A-E, G-M, Q-R, (S?, T?, V?)

Folder 7

U.S.G.S. 15 min. series: Clay Hills, Mouth of Dark Canyon, Mancos Mesa, Mt. Ellsworth, Lake Canyon, No Mans Mesa, Gunsight Butte, Navajo Creek, Leche-e Rock, Lees Ferry

Folder 8

Plan and Profile of Colorado River from Lees Ferry to Black Canyon, and Virgin River: sheets D, E, J-U

Folder 9

Grand Canyon National Monument

Folder 10

U.S.G.S. 7.5 min. series (Bat Cave, Snap Canyon West, Columbine Falls)

Folder 11

U.S.G.S., Iron Springs Special Map (Iron County, Utah)

Folder 12

Routes of the Pioneers (in Nevada), Compliments of Harolds Club, Reno

Folder 13

Jo Mora, "California... whimsical Carte..."

Folder 14

Plan and Profile of Green River, Green River, Utah, to Green River, Wyoming: profile sheets (mile 199 to Green River, Wyoming)

Folder 15

Snake/Salmon River system in Idaho (color sketch map used by Marston in 16mm films)

Folder 16

Steamer "Charles Spencer" blueprints (1911)

 

Visual and Oral Material

 

Photographs

Box 407, Folder 1

"Geographical Explorations and Surveys West of the 100.th Meridian: Expedition of 1871... Wheeler": No. 2, Black Canyon... Camp 7; No. 3, Black Canyon... Camp 8 (1871, photos by T. H. O'Sullivan)

Folder 2

"Geographical Explorations and Surveys West of the 100.th Meridian: Expedition of 1872... Wheeler": No. 5, Grand Canyon, Colorado River, near Paria Creek, looking West; No. 6, Grand Canyon of the Colorado River, mouth of Kanab Wash, looking East (1872, photos by T.H. O'Sullivan)

Folder 3

"Geographical Explorations and Surveys West of the 100.th Meridian: Expedition of 1873... Wheeler": No. 14, Canyon of the Colorado River, near Mouth of San Juan River; No. 9, Cooley's Park, Sierra Blanca Range, Arizona; No. 12, Canyon de Chelle (1873, photos by T.H. O'Sullivan)

Folder 4

Railway Survey (Brown-Stanton Survey), 1889 (photographs by Nims) (with commentary, mounted on notebook sheets)

Physical Description: (19 photos)
Folder 5

The Stanton party at The Needles, April 1890

Physical Description: (1 photo)
Folder 6

Cliff Dwellings and basketry (small prints from the Stanton Collection, Nordenskiold)

Physical Description: (15 photos)
Folder 7

Miscellaneous photographs from the National Archives, Edwards Collection, and Cosmopolitan

Physical Description: (6 photos; 1 neg.)
Folder 8

F.M. Brown inscription of July 10, 1889

Physical Description: (1 photo)
Folder 9

Stanton-Ginty trip of 1897-1898, unidentified photograph. Presented by Anne Stanton Burchard, 1950

Physical Description: (1 photo)
Folder 10

Stone's visit to Glen Canyon, 1898. (the photos are by Stone and are copied from the Charles Gibbons album, no.s 27, 29, 31, 43, 44, 60)

Physical Description: (6 photos)
Folder 11

Assorted early photographs, most of the Grand Canyon, plus "On the 'Dirty Devil,'" "Andy," and one unidentified

Physical Description: (11 photos)
Folder 12

"Wolverton Photos" (assorted unidentified photographs of lower Green River? Includes what appear to be E.T. Wolverton, his wife and family, his boats, as well as other persons) (Also inscription "J.E.D. 1860) (early 1900s?)

Physical Description: (19 photos)
Folder 13

On O'Neill's Point, Grand Canyon of Arizona (no. 53894; Copyright Detroit Photographic, 1902)

Physical Description: (color photograph, 7×9 inches)
Folder 14

"Arthur Randall Sanger, 5th Grand Canyon run of 1903."

Folder 15

Bridge at Yuma during overflow of Colorado River; rider on horse; Indian rock drawings

Physical Description: (4 prints)
Folder 16

Kolb photographs (seems to be of Kolb transit of 1911 and/or surveys of 1922 and 1923;

Physical Description: 16 photos)
Folder 17

Unidentified Kolb photograph

Folder 18

Zahn trip to San Juan placers in a Franklin car in 1915

Physical Description: (13 photos, mounted and some hand-colored)
Box 408

Best Expedition of 1891, 41 photographs by J.A. McCormick

Box 409

Best Expedition of 1891, 38 photographs by J.S. McCormick

Box 410, Folder 1

Green River, Galloway-Stone expedition of 1909 (photos by Cogswell;

Physical Description: 9 photographs)
Folder 2

Galloway-Stone expedition, 1909 (57 photographs by Raymond Austin Cogswell). Also includes index of photos in the Galloway-Stone album at Grand Canyon National Park, 1963.

Folder 3

Photograph album of Galloway-Stone Expedition, 1909 (93 Cogswell photographs) (Barragan gift addition to the Marston Papers)

Box 411

George Bauwens Collection photographs

Folder 1

Along the Rim and through the bottom of the Little Colorado - Exploration trips 1917-1919?

Physical Description: (70 photos)
Folder 2

Pictures of the Exploration Trips to the Navajo & Kai Peto Creeks - 1917-1918

Physical Description: (44 photos, 3 post cards)
Folder 3

Tolchaco; Little Colorado; Red Mesa; Indian Life - 1917-1919

Physical Description: (88 photos, 3 post cards)
Folder 4

Exploration trips to the Canyon of the Colorado near Lee's Ferry; Navajo Spring and Victor Cliff; Navajo Copper Company - 1917-1918

Physical Description: (13 photos, 3 post cards, 2 copy negatives and prints)
Folder 5

Pictures of trips to the Black River in the White Mountains of Arizona, 1917-1919

Physical Description: (65 photos)
Folder 6

Trips to the Canyon of the Main Colorado - 1917-1918

Physical Description: (2 photos, 1 post card)
 

Lewis Ransome Freeman Collection photographs

Box 412, Folder 1

Assorted river scenes, lower Grand to Delta, 1921-1923? (13 photos); Glen Canyon, 1922 (31 photos); Assorted 8×10s of Grand Canyon, North Rim, and Painted Desert (10 photos); John D. Lee Ranch from Lee's Lookout

Folder 2

Assorted photographs along the lower Colorado River and the Alamo River (most c. 11/1922)

Physical Description: (39 photos)
Folder 3

Columbia River; Glacier (prints lacking negatives)

Physical Description: (8 photos)
Folder 4

Columbia River, 1920 (prints lacking negatives)

Physical Description: (109 photos, 17 post cards)
Folder 5

Columbia River scenes by various photographers, including: Kiser, Woodfield, George Weister, Gifford, Asahel Curtis, Arthur Prentiss - 1900-1921

Physical Description: (31 photos)
Folder 6

Canadian and Arctic rivers

Physical Description: (99 photos)
Folder 7

Ohio River, about 1927

Physical Description: (35 photos)
Folder 8

Missouri and Yellowstone Rivers

Physical Description: (67 photos and post cards)
Folder 9

Miscellaneous photos

Physical Description: (41 photos)
Box 413, Folder 1

Green River Investigation, 1922 (17 photographs by Ralf R. Wooley)

Folder 2

U.S.G.S. Upper Green River Survey, 1922

Physical Description: (3 photos)
Folder 3

U.S.G.S. Upper Green River Survey, 1922

Physical Description: (11 photos).

Scope and Content Note

Also includes correspondence between Otis Marston and Elwyn Blake on identifications, July 1954.
Folder 4

Burchard and Birdseye at work below Boulder Rapids in Marble Canyon, 1923

Physical Description: (1 photo and 1 negative; by Kolb or Lint?)
Folder 5

Armsby Expedition to Rainbow Bridge, Aug. 1926

Physical Description: (50 photos)
Folder 6

Plan and Profile of Colorado River from Lees Ferry... to Black Canyon: sheets B,E,F,I

Physical Description: (4 photos)
Folder 7

Grand Canyon looking west (2 U.S.G.S. photographs by Corkhuff)

Folder 8

Unidentified photographs labeled 803 Cross and 806 Cross

Physical Description: (2 photos)
Folder 9

Flattum-Wetherill trip, 1931

Physical Description: (3 photos)
Folder 10

Camp scene in Glen Canyon, July 1932 (Kelly photo)

Folder 11

Monument Valley-Rainbow Bridge expedition of 1933

Physical Description: (14 photos)
Folder 12

Rainbow Bridge-Monument Valley expedition

Physical Description: (31 photos)
Folder 13

John H. Maxson aerial photographs of Colorado River, starting about mile 101 below Lee's Ferry, 1935: No. s 47-79

Folder 14

John H. Maxson aerial photographs of Colorado River, starting about mile 101 below Lee's Ferry, 1935: No. s 80-115

Folder 15

John H. Maxson aerial photographs of Colorado River, starting about mile 101 below Lee's Ferry, 1935: No.s 127-159

Folder 16

John H. Maxson aerial photographs of Colorado River, starting about mile 101 below Lee's Ferry, 1935: No.s 160-169, 181-185, 51, 62, 165, 181

Folder 17

Buzz Holmstrom, Amos Burg, Phil Lundstrom, Willis Johnson, 1938

Physical Description: (7 photos)
Folder 18

Elzada Clover and Lois Jotter at Pierce Ferry; Lorin Bell with pet rattlesnake; Charles C. Sharp; Seymour S. Dubendorff, gravestone portrait

Physical Description: (4 photos)
Folder 19

On the San Juan (maybe up Chinle or else Forbidden below the mouth of Bridge on a walking trip in 1939) (Millie Baker photo?)

Physical Description: (2 photos)
Box 414

Photographs... Clyde Eddy on expedition down the Colorado River, 1927 (gift of Clyde Eddy, 9/30/71;

Physical Description: 103 photos)
Box 415, Folder 1

Grand Canyon traverse of 1940: Barry Goldwater et al.

Physical Description: (14 photos)
Folder 2

Grand Canyon trip of Neil Wilson, 1942

Physical Description: (3 photos)
Folder 3

The "Wen" easing thru a riffle in Cataract Canyon (c. 1945-1949)

Folder 4

Wayne McConkie and Ed Hudson, Glen Canyon during traverse from Moab to Lee's Ferry, July 1945

Folder 5

Otis Marston, c. 1946

Physical Description: (2 photos)
Folder 6

"Willie & Otie Kentucky Whiskies advertisement" with faces of Otis (Otie) Marston and Willie Taylor

Physical Description: (3 photos)
Folder 7

Otis Marston at home in Berkeley, Aug. 1947

Folder 8

Bridge Canyon?

Physical Description: (2 photos)
Folder 9

Grand Canyon, 1948

Folder 10

Trip of the "Esmeralda II" down the Grand Canyon, June 1949

Physical Description: (14 photos)
Folder 10a

Aerial view: Vulcan Rapid, Mouth of Prospect Creek

Folder 11

Aerial views of junction of Colorado River and Tickaboo Creek

Physical Description: (2 photos)
Folder 12

Grand Canyon rapid, 1952?

Folder 13

Frank Masland, Fred Eisamann, Otis Marston, 1952

Physical Description: (2 photos)
Folder 14

The "Rattlesnake" and "Bootoo" in Grand Canyon, June 1954

Folder 15

Desert views, one including Masland, c. 1954?

Physical Description: (2 photos)
Folder 16

Grand Canyon cruise of Marstons, Masland, et al., June 1956 (50 Ballard Atherton photos)

Folder 17

Marston boats on upper Lake Mead, c. 1956

Folder 18

Unidentified river photos, 1956 (5 Ballard Atherton photos)

Folder 19

Lunch stop at head of Hance rapid, June 1956

Folder 20

Portraits of Mr. & Mrs. Fred Rathjeb?, c. 1958

Physical Description: (2 photos)
Folder 21

Disney cruise, filming "Ten Who Dared," June 1959 (67 Ballard Atherton photos)

Folder 22

Nasja and Bald Rock Creeks, Rainbow Bridge and lower San Juan region, Sep. 1959 (14 Eisaman photos)

Folder 23

Chin mask found by Mary Beckwith, c. 1959 (with negative)

Folder 24

Anasazi Canyon, 1959; unidentified river in canyon

Physical Description: (2 photos)
Folder 25

Monument Valley; Indian ruins (31 Ballard Atherton photos)

Folder 26

Nasja? and Bald Rock? Creeks, Slickrock train, near mouth of San Juan River and Navajo Mountain, Sep.-Oct.1960 (17 Ballard Atherton photos)

Folder 27

Slickrock area near mouth of San Juan River and Navajo Mountain, Sep.-Oct. 1961 (119 Ballard Atherton photos)

Folder 28

Green River (either lower end Whirlpool Canyon or upper end Split Mountain, 1962

Folder 29

Palm Springs from the air, 1966

Folder 30

Unidentified rapid above Confluence, with Kenny Moore, Ty Dines, and Walt and Shirley Taylor; unidentified (prints made 1966)

Physical Description: (3 photos)
Folder 31

Rusho B & W, June July 1969, Jensen to Green River

Physical Description: (11 photos)
Folder 32

Fred Darvil cruise through Grand Canyon, with identifying correspondence, c. 1972

Physical Description: (6 photos)
Folder 33

Narrow-leaf yucca near Clyde Eddy Cave, sent by V. Simmons, post 1972?

Folder 34

Unidentified color photos, including ones of the "Canyon King" excursion boat c. 1978 (17 photos)

Physical Description: 17 photos,
Folder 35

Fault, Grand Canyon/Lake Mead

Folder 36

Unidentified and miscellaneous photos, including Indian petroglyphs, Grand Canyon, Marston twin, and unidentified persons

Physical Description: (19 photos)
Box 416, Folder 1

Disney stills, 1959; Marston studio portrait by McCullagh

Physical Description: (1 album)
Folder 2

Charles W. Larabee, July 1940

Folder 3

Marston family trip to upper Green River, 1947

Physical Description: (album with 82 photos and with negatives)
Folder 4

Marston scrap album: Salmon River trip; Bruneau Canyon; Snake River (1946)

Physical Description: (album with 61 photos and with negatives)
 

Photographs removed from Alphabetical Section

Box 417, Folder 1

Box 19(12) - "Bernheimer Photos, Wetherill Collection" including: portrait of Charles L. Bernheimer, signed Aug. 9, 1920; desert and canyon scenes; Indian

Physical Description: (7 photos)
Folder 1A

Box 25(12) - Chet Bundy, 1956, Atherton Photo

Folder 2

46(16) - Bona Deason on Colorado River traverse, 1940

Physical Description: (2 photos)
Folder 3

50 - Joe Desloge cleaning fish on Colorado River (1950)

Folder 4

70(1) - Photos for Freeman works, "On the Roof of the Rockies" and "By Waterways to Gotham" c. 1924 (25 photos)

Folder 5

70(8) - MacKenzie River, 1927 (16 Freeman photos)

Folder 6

70(9) - Lewis Freeman with Eskimo woman

Folder 7

71(5) - Freeman bicycle trip

Physical Description: (6 photos)
Folder 8

71(6) - Photocards of Tierra del Fuego (19, by Kohlmann, bought 1936)

Folder 9

71(9) - Woman and Horse "on North Fork - S(???) River, August 1940"

Folder 10

71(12) - Freeman? in outboard motorboat on Lake Mead and at face of Hoover Dam

Physical Description: (8 photos)
Folder 11

72(2) - photo of woman, signed, "Etelvina Fardon Munita, Santiago de Chile, Mayo 1906"

Folder 12

72(3) - H.M.S. Mary Rose; Charles Leonard Fox, Lt.-Commander, R.N., H.M.S. Mary Rose, Oct. 17, 1917; submarine interior, c. Aug. 1916; "Submarine arriving at supply base, Ml07-18" (c. 1916)

Physical Description: (4 photos)
Folder 13

72(4) - Asst. Sec. of the Navy Franklin D. Roosevelt visiting the American battle squadron at Scapa Flow during World War I; G.P. Beran (Bevan?) of H.M.S. Hercules, Wilhelmshaven-Kiel, Nov. 1918

Physical Description: (2 photos)
Folder 14

73(17) - Marie Saalfrank, Kent Frost, and Joe Desloge on Lake Mead at end of 1947 traverse

Folder 15

78(47) - Saundra L. Jones photos of Marble and Grand Canyons, c. 1973-1975

Physical Description: (10 photos, 1 negative)
Folder 16

80(2) - Barry Goldwater on Grand Canyon traverse, 1940

Physical Description: (2 photos)
Folder 17

80(14) - Indian girl with sheep and goat (photo by Barry Goldwater)

Folder 18

96(9) - Bessie Haley, c. 1920?

Folder 19

120(29) - Views of Joe Lyon? shallow draft inboard motorboat

Physical Description: (14 photos, 1 negative, c. 1960)
Folder 20

126(1) - Garth Marston with Zoe and Anne Desloge on Lake Mead at the end of 1947 Colorado River run

Folder 21

128(2) - Group of boys in bathing suits at Guernwood Park (c. 1910?)

Folder 22

128(4) - University of California, Berkeley: graduation (1916); Pilgrimage (1916); Theta Chi (1915)

Physical Description: (5 photos)
Folder 23

128(5) - Marston trip to Cornell via the Canadian Rockies, 1916 (the Selkirks, Lake Louise and Mirror Lake, Shasta)

Physical Description: (40 photos)
Folder 24

128(6) - Strawberry; Cup Lake (1915); Echo Lake (1915)

Physical Description: (6 photos)
Folder 25

129 - Graduating Class photo, 1917, Sibley College, Cornell University

Folder 26

129(1) - Photos at Cornell University and in up state New York, 1917

Physical Description: (41 photos, 5 printed photos)
Folder 27

129(2) - Photos in New York, Pompton, with unidentified persons (7 photos); view across river to Hoboken, N.J., with the interned German steamer "Vaterland", 1917.

Folder 28

129(3) - 2 photos (1917) of Dob (in Newcastle, New Hampshire?); 2 post cards (Bunker Hill Monument, Warner House)

Folder 29

130(1) - Otis Marston in U.S. Navy, World War I, Electrician 1st class

Physical Description: (6 photos)
Folder 30

130(3) - Otis Marston in U.S. Navy, ensign - USNRF, Annapolis, 1918

Physical Description: (21 photos)
Folder 31

130(4) - Otis Marston in submarine school, 1918

Physical Description: (4 photos)
Folder 32

130(5) - Otis Marston in U.S. Navy, San Diego, 1918-1919

Scope and Content Note

(59 photos of submarine interiors and exteriors and of other ships)
 

Photographs removed from Alphabetical Section (cont.)

Box 418, Folder 1

Box 131(1) - Otis Marston: trip through Sierras and down Coast from S.F., 1919

Physical Description: (25 photos)
Folder 2

131(2) - Otis Marston: Seattle, Alaska, 1920

Physical Description: (4 photos)
Folder 3

132(2) - Otis Marston: voice, 1926-1927

Physical Description: (4 photos)
Folder 4

132 (10) - home built by Otis Marston for his mother, 1932

Folder 5

133(19) - Marston family and Nevills in boat, Salmon/Snake trip, 1946

Folder 6

133(23) - River camp with Marston, 1947

Folder 7

135(4) - Hudson up river attempt, 1948

Folder 8

135(10) - first motor run of Grand Canyon, June 1949

Folder 9

135(23) - Marston at Las Vegas Rotary Club, July 1952

Folder 10

136(2) - Bank of Berkeley; dinner to directors (1946, 1954)

Physical Description: (4 photos, 3 negatives)
Folder 11

136(3) - Marston Arch in the Sky Christmas card; "the ticklish process of wrapping up the most primitive mammals..." (1954)

Physical Description: (3 photos)
Folder 12

137(9) - Stills from "Ten Who Dared" in 1959

Physical Description: (39 photos)
Folder 13

137(9) - Stills from "Ten Who Dared" in 1959

Physical Description: (7 photos)
Folder 14

137(9) - Still from "Ten Who Dared" in 1959

Folder 15

140(8) - Otis Marston, c. 1960

Folder 16

141(10) - Evan, Lucile Noel, and Gilman in Alaska? and near La Brea tar pits? (4 photos); Adela Alice (Reed) Marston (3 photos by Carol Baldwin)

Folder 17

141 (11) - Idela Alice (Reed) Marston, in Hawaii, 1880

Folder 18

141 (15) - Cutler, Maine

Physical Description: (8 photo cards)
Folder 19

141 (16) - W.H. Marston, family, and friends (6 photos); M-S "Sierra" with cargo for Valparaiso, March 9, 1917

Folder 19A

W.H. Marston photo album (late 1860s-c. 1880s?)

Folder 20

148 (2) - Dedication of Nevills plaque

Physical Description: (2 photos)
Folder 21

160 (4) - Modified Galloway-Stone skiff, 1922; capsized boat of Todd-Page party; swimming Ashley Falls, 1926; Buzz Holmstrom in rapid

Folder 22

160 (5) - Galloway light skiff; Running a rapid in Cataract Canyon; Galloway boat in rapid in Marble Canyon

Folder 23

160 (8) - Skiff in Disaster Rapid, Green River, July 11, 1955

Folder 24

166 (23, 34, 46) - Power boat used on upper Green River; Motorboat "Paddy Ross"; elevations and cross sections of the "Wilmont"

Folder 25

183 (7) - Frank R. Oastler

Folder 26

194 (23) - Thomas Delbert Reed

Folder 27

214 (6) - Miscellaneous photos (4) from Stanton collection, including: Clayton Valley Salt Flat from Mineral Ridge near Silver Peak, Nevada, by C.D. Walcott, 1896

Folder 28

223(2, 3) - Colorado River at and near Pumpkin Spring, June 1970 (6 Strathairn slides); Snake river trip, 1971 (2 Strathairn photos)

Folder 29

246 (7) - The "Flying Fish" used on Lake Mead during the dam construction

Folder 30

247 (1) - Miscellaneous pueblo photos from Wetherill Coll.

Physical Description: (2 photos)
Folder 31

263 (50) - P. L. Wright, "Rapids Ahead" (journals of trips down Marble Canyon in 1951 and Grand Canyon in 1952)

Physical Description: 36 photos
 

Photographs removed from Other Sections

Box 419, Folder 1

277 - Hoskannini Dredge, 1900

Physical Description: (5 photos)
Folder 2

327 (3) - Bryce Canyon; Cedar Breaks; Mt. Carmel Rd. (14 Union Pacific photos)

Folder 3

347 (5) - Zion National Park (25 photos by Union Pacific, National Park Service, etc.)

Folder 4

[transferred from Photo Archives] William Richmond; Frank Leland

Physical Description: (2 photos)
Folder 5

[transferred from Photo Archives] Ribs of Ives" "Explorer"; Cage at Bass' Landing; Crossing the Colorado in the Cage; Camp in Shinumo Canyon; Ambrose Means crossing the old Cable on a pulley; Launching the 14-foot Canvas boat; Flagstaff Grand Canyon Stage, Early 1890s, From the Bradley [our omission]

 

Sound Recordings

Scope and Content Note

Please use the duplicate cassettes rather than the original reels for listening
Box 420, Reel 1

Hudson Record, Lees Ferry to top of Hance, 6/12-14/1950 (Hudson trip of 1950, including Ed Hudson, Willie Taylor, Bill Belknap, Otis Marston) (cassette 1)

Reel 2

Reel 2, Hance to landing below Boucher, 6/15-? (Hudson trip of 1950, including Ed Hudson, Guy Forcier, Otis Marston, Willie Taylor, Bill Belknap, Edward Hudson, Elmer Carlson, Howard Southwell) (cassette 1)

Reel 3

3rd Tape: Boucher to near arrival of helicopter at Tuna Creek Hudson trip of 1950, including Ed Hudson, Edward Hudson, Bill Belknap, Willie Taylor) (cassette 1)

Reel 4

4th reel. Arrival of helicopters at Tuna Ck and later story by Hudson to arrival at Lake Mead after trip up the Lake to meet the second boat (Hudson trip of 1950) (cassette 2)

Reel 5

Reel 5: Discussions at Boulder City after Esmeralda was brot in; Comments by Hudson several months later made at Paso Robles; Nov. 27th comments of Hudson reviewing publicity, --boat design (Hudson trip of 1950, including Ed Hudson, Frank Wright, Jim Rigg, Don Smith, Mrs. Jim Rigg, Mrs. Frank Wright, Bill Belknap) (cassette 2)

Reel 6

Reel 6. Discussion with Batty -- details of disasters. 10 min. (4/14/1951, with Ed Hudson and Lawrence Batty); (part of Edgar Bergen and Charlie McCarthy radio program, 1950, with Alec Templeton); (party sounds) (cassette 2)

Reel 7

Newby-Moeltzen, 1956 (removed from Box 291 (35)) (cassette 3(1))

Reel 8

V.R. Mortensen, Reilly-Litton Grand Canyon Transit, 1962 (June-July, 1962) (cassettes 3(2), 4-6)

Reel 9

Sound Track from the movie, "Nine Against the River," Turbocraft-Indianapolis, Inc. (removed from Box 295 or 296) (cassette 7)

Reel 10

O.R. "Dock" Marston interview by P.T. Reilly, July 8, 1964, reel one (cassette 8, 9(side 1))

Reel 11

O.R. "Dock" Marston interview by P.T. Reilly, July 8, 1964, reel two (cassette 9(side 2), 10)

Reel 12

Kerry Ross Boren, "Outlaws of Browns Park," Utah Westerners, 9/25/73 (cassette 11)

Reel 13

Numa P. Dunne, "Breaking Down Nervous Breakdowns," City Commons Club Luncheon, April 6, 1951, broadcast same evening over KRE (cassette 12)

Reel 14

(Albums by Katie Lee: "Couch and Consultation," "Spicy Songs for Kool Knights") (cassette 13)

Reel 15

Keep until listened to. Seems to be a report Ed to Hilde, starting with a interesting luncheon with anthropologists, also on P.S. Region... (includes: notes on talk with McCown, in part about findings of Robert F. Heiser on Drake, remains of porcelain from 1590s, not Drake, Indian mounds on Murphy's Ranch near Estero, notes on talk with economist Sanford Mosk, Miller, Mr. Curry, Dr. H.R.W. Smith - criminology on archaeology; German language speech) (cassette 14)

Reel 16

1 - Palm Springs Feb '59; Not my...; 10-70 Ed to Hilde (personal and legal matters) (cassette 14)

Reel 17

20 - English (English lessons) (cassette 14)

Reel 18

Kennedy -- 7-25-61 (speech by John F. Kennedy on Berlin Crisis) (cassettes 14(side 2), 15 (side 1))

Reel 19

40 - This is it '61 (dictation in German) (cassette 15)

Reel 20

50 - Cohelan (?) Coffee House (?) (speech on various topics) (cassette 15)

Reel 21

51 - Watts? (dictation in German) (cassette 15)

Reel 22

57 - Purposeless Life -- 10/9 '61 (Allen W. Watts program produced by KQED) (cassette 15)

Reel 23

70 Empty (Frieda Hempel singing "Auf des Lebens Raschen Wogen") (cassette 16)

Reel 24-26

"Conquest of the Grand Canyon" ( You Are There), Columbia Broadcasting System Microfilm (MS FILM 754, 11/28/48 (deals with J.W. Powell traverse of 1869, especially the Separation affair - three 78 r.p.m. records) (cassette 17 (side 1))

 

Microfilm (MS FILM 754)

Reel 1

"MS FILM 140, FSD(ellenbaugh historical notes): Fremont, Wolfskill, Robidoux, Hittell, Du Flot De Mofras, Custer; Geographical Names" - (Originals from Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society: B1, Dellenbaugh Notes on Fremont; B2, ditto on Fremont; B7 ditto on Wolfskill, Roubideaux, etc.; B3, ditto on T.H. Hittell, Duflot de Mofras; B11, ditto on Custer; B12, ditto on Geographical Names; B13, ditto)

Reel 2

"Dolly Adams" - (Frank S. Dolley Collection (HEH), selected ms. from: sheets from open alphabetical file; Dolley Research Material box; Dolley notes in box)

Reel 3

"Bleak, to 1868" - (Bleak, James G., Annals of the Southern Utah Mission, 1847-1869, abridged typescript from BYU Library of original Manuscript History of the Dixie Mission on file in the L.D.S. Church Historian's Office)

Reel 4

"McFadden - History Colo. River - Trappers, Ashley, Beale, Ives, Powell; Gadsden Purchase" - (McFadden, Maud Wickman, The History of the Colorado River from 1848 to 1879, U. of Oklahoma M.A. Thesis, 1931)

Reel 5

"Southern Nevada, St Geo. Stake, 1851-1866 - Lower Virgin R., Lower Colo. R., Calls Landing, Hardy's Landing - Hamblin to Hopi" - Exploration of Southern Nevada, St. George Stake, 1851-1866: Lower Virgin River, Lower Colorado River, Call's Landing, Hardy's Landing, Jacob Hamblin to Hopi Towns, 15p.

Reel 6

"Beale's wagons train; camels; appraisal of Mormon fighters; Virgin R; Callville" - (from Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society: General Notes; Exploration of Southern Nevada; Beale's Wagon Road; The Camel Experiment; Callville (Call's Landing - Colorado River); Mexican Traders from Village of Chama, N.M. to Salt Lake City, 1853; Moab Region, Journey there-1853-Cliff Dweller Ruins described; Mancos Ward, 1880 (exhibit no. 622, U.S. vs. Utah), pp. 1-6)

Reel 7

"Trade party from Santa Fe to SLC, 1853; Huntington Navaho Ind. trip, 1853, ruins along the San Juan; Mancos Ward History; Moab" - (appears to be continuation of roll 6, pp. 6-14)

Reel 8

"Elk Mountain Mission, Settlement of Moab, 1855 - River Bed Case" - ( Elk Mountain Mission: History, 1855, Settlement of Moab, 18 p.

Reel 9

"Las Vegas Mission" - ( Exploration, Southern Nevada: Colorado River, Las Vegas Mission, 1855-1865, 24p.

Reel 10

"Colo. R. 1864-5; Calls Landing; Union Line, Esmeralda" - ( Expedition to the Colorado River, 1864-1865: Call's Landing, Journal History - January-June, 1865, 7p. (exhibit no. 623 in U.S. vs. Utah))

Reel 11

"Settlement of Kanab, 1865-1874, Pipe Springs, Hamblin to Hopi Towns, Lees Ferry, River Bed Case - Peter Shirts, Whitmore & McIntyre, Averett death, Killing of Dunn & Howlands, Adairville, Roundy" - ( Settlement of Kanab Region, Southern Utah: Kanab Stake, 1865-1874; Pipe Springs, Jacob Hamblin to Hopi Towns)

Reel 12

"Pacific & Colorado Steam Navigation Co. - NINA TILDEN" - (Pacific & Colorado Steam Navigation Co., 2 account books (Bancroft Mss. 761, D543, v. 59-60) - various documents and correspondence relating to navigation of the Lower Colorado River, Fort Yuma, Albert Dibble, the Nina Tilden and Esmeralda, etc.)

Reel 13

"Thomas F. Dawson file on James White, 1916-1917 - Colorado Hist. Soc." - (T.F. Dawson, James White's trip through the Grand Canyon in 1867, State Historical Society of Colorado, letters and other documents and newspaper clippings compiled by Mr. Dawson in 1918-1919)

Reel 14

"Stanton letter to Editor of The Trail published in the Sept., 1919 issue as 'The Alleged Journey, and the Real Journey of James White, on the Colorado River, in 1867'" - R.B. Stanton Papers (NYPL), Writings, folder 3, box 4, "The Alleged...")

Reel 15

"C.C. Parry" - (Charles A. White, "Biographical Memoir of Charles Christopher Parry," Annals of Iowa, Vol. 7 (3rd Series), 1906-1907, p. 412-430 (removed from Marston box 144))

Reel 16

"Parry-Stanton letters from Stanton Collection" - (NYPL)

Reel 17

"Johnson, Charles Granville, History of the Territory of Arizona, San Francisco, 1868" - (Parts I, II, and III; from HEH)

Reel 18

"J.W. Powell Collection: Note Book #2" - (Powell's geology and astronomy notebook)

Reel 19

"Microfilm Copies of Records in the National Archives: No. 156, Roll 1, Letters received by John Wesley Powell... 1869-79 (January 1, 1869-December 31, 1872)"

Reel 20

"Microfilm Copies of Records in the National Archives: No. 156, Roll 2, Letters received by John Wesley Powell... 1869-79 (January 1, 1873-December 31, 1874)"

Reel 21

"Microfilm Copies of Records in the National Archives: No. 156, Roll 3, Letters received by John Wesley Powell... 1869-79 (January 1-December 31, 1875)"

Reel 22

"Powell Deseret News, Sept. 1869" - ( Deseret Evening News (Salt Lake City), Sept. 4, 6-11, 13-18, 1869)

Reel 23

"1869: Powell News Reports, Salt Lake City" - ( Deseret Evening News, Sept. 7-11, 15, 16, 1869)

Reel 24

"Comparison of Powell's journal with published Report, by Stanton" - (Comparison of the Original Journal of Major J.W. Powell on his journey of 1869. With his Published Report made in 1875.) 19p.

Reel 25

Lincoln, Mrs. M.D. (Bessie Beach), "John Wesley Powell," The Open Court, Vol. XVI (No. 12) (Dec. 1902) (No. 559), Parts I-III, pp. 705-715, 14-25, 86-94; continued by G.K. Gilbert, Pts. V-VI, p 228-239, 281-290, 342-347; Marcus Baker, "Major J.W. Powell: Personal Reminiscences of One of his Staff," Open Court, pp. 348-351 - (removed from Marston Box 148)

Reel 26

"Hawkins letters"

Reel 27

"Hillers Diary" - (typescript)

Reel 28

"Settlement of Bluff, 1879-1884; Peter Shirts; Mitchell's Camp; Gunnison road; Hole in the Rock; Mitchell; Merritt; Lake Parahrit; Moab" - ( Settlement of San Juan Region: Bluff, 1879- 1884, San Juan Stake (exhibit #620, U.S. vs. Utah), 41p.

Reel 29

"Wandle Mase" - (autobiographical sketch, c. 1889-1890; this is HM 26318, also on microfilm as Mormon File, MS FILM 413)

Reel 30

"Stanton Field Books" - (Volumes 1, 2, 3 (part only), 4)

Reel 31

"Part of Stanton's Note Book #3 beginning at Clear Creek and running down below Shinumo Creek" - (this is the part missing from the roll above)

Reel 32

"RBS - Typed Stanton Notebook" - (Colorado River Survey, The Field Notes of R.B. Stanton, Volumes I & II of IV (removed from Marston Box 175)

Reel 33

New York Public Library, Robert B. Stanton Papers: "The River and the Canyon," Vol. I, p. 75, 118-134, 155-164, 217, 382-425, 450-462

Reel 34

"Stanton re White" - New York Public Library, Manuscript Division, Stanton, Robert B., The River and the Canyon, Vol. I, pp. 219-332, Vol. II, pp. 878-994

Physical Description: (typescript and ms. with corrections, Ch. 9)
Reel 35

"Stanton, The River and the Canyons, Mss, NYPUBLibrary: Julien, Manly, Adams, Wheeler, White, Flavell, Galloway"

Reel 36

"RBS from NYPL: Burchard, Chalfant, Dellenbaugh, Keplinger, Freeman, White, Controversies, Notes"

Reel 37

(Newspaper clippings relating to Colorado River expeditions, chiefly the Stanton surveys of 1889-1890. 1889-1921

Reel 38

"Gilbert Geol. Note books, 1891, Oct. Nov. - Around Flagstaff: SF Mts., Red Butte" - Record Group 57, Records of the United States Geological Survey: Geologists Field Notebook, No. 3447, G.K. Gilbert, 1891; Geologists Field Notebook No. 3448, G.K. Gilbert, 1891; Geologists Field Notebook No. 3449, G.K. Gilbert, 1891"

Reel 39

(Flavell, Roland Lee. Logs of the sloop Examiner and the skiff Panthon (on the Colorado River expedition of 1896), etc. 1891-1897)

Reel 40

(Log of the schooner "Dart" on the lower Colorado River and the Gulf of California, Feb. 13-May 5, 1895)

Reel 41

(Loper, Albert. Diary (on Colorado River Expedition of 1907); letters, etc. 1907-1939)

Reel 42

"Loper Record" - (MS FILM 52, Bert Loper material, including trips of 1907 and 1939 (removed from Marston Box 121; 125 frames)

Reel 43

(Sharp, Charles Cutler. Diary of Galloway-Stone trip through the Grand Canyon. 1909)

Reel 44

(Kolb, Ellsworth Leonardson. Journal of Colorado River expedition and photographs taken on the trip. 1911-1912)

Scope and Content Note

(See photographs)
Reel 45

(Blake, H. Elwyn. Diary (of Colorado River expedition), 1923; Bartl, Robert F. Diary of Grand Canyon expedition led by Clyde L. Eddy, June 21-Aug. 10, 1927)

Reel 46

"NDJ(NJE) 26, Roll 1 - National Archives, DJ - River Bed Case - Nims, Owen Clark, Rodin, Woodbury, Priest, W.H. Edwards, Blake" - (Testimony (far more than just the people listed above), correspondence, documents, and clippings - River Bed Case (United States vs. Utah))

Reel 47

"NDJ(NJE) 26, Roll 2, River Bed Case"

Reel 48

"Letters, Statement, Supplementary Statement, Testimony, Julius F. Stone, River Bed Case, 1928-9, Record group No. 60, General Records, Dept. of Justice, File 232581, National Archives - DJ/JE 52-27" - (removed from Marston Box 221?)

Reel 49

(Holmstrom, Buzz. Journal of Colorado River trip, 1937-1938)

Reel 50

(Mann, Charles F., Colorado Adventure, kayak trip, Green River, Wyo., to Lee's Ferry, 1939, 14p. and 2 photos)

Physical Description: 14 p. and 2 photos
Reel 51

(Henderson, Randall. Diary kept during Norman Nevills' Colorado River expedition of 1947, July 12-Aug. 1)

Reel 52

(Brennan, Jack. Notes on Loper-Harris party of 1949 & the Harris-Brennan trip of 1952. 1953)

Reel 53

"Brennan, Jack - Grand Canyon trav. 1949" - (Grand Canyon traverse, 1949, Loper-Harris Party - The Story by Jack Brennan, 11p. typescript)

Reel 54

"Harris-Brennan, 1952 - Written by Jack Brennan - Upper Green, Yampa, Snake" - (The Harris-Brennan River Trips of 1952)

Physical Description: (4 trips, 23 p. typescript)
 

Albums (Photographic)

 

Colorado River

 

A. Headwaters to Confluence with Green River

Volume 1

Colorado River: headwaters to Dolores River (Westwater Canyon - Cisco gauge)

 

Gunnison River

Volume 2

Dolores River: Dolores, Colorado, to mouth

Volume 3

Colorado River: mouth of Dolores River downstream to mile 88 above Moab

 

Disney film, location shooting

 

Arches National Monument

Volume 4

Colorado River: Moab to Confluence with Green River

 

Arches National Monument

 

Disney film, location shooting

 

Monument Canyon

 

Canyonlands National Park

 

B. Cataract Canyon; Narrow Canyon

Volume 5

Green River: miles 2-0

 

Colorado River: miles 216 1/2 to 215 above Lee's Ferry

Volume 6

Land to the west of the Confluence of the Green and Colorado Rivers (Robbers' Roost; The Maze; Ernie's Country; Spanish Bottom)

Volume 7

Colorado River (Cataract Canyon): miles 215-212 above Lee's Ferry; adjacent lands (eg., Red Lake Canyon, Spanish Bottom)

Volume 8

Colorado River (Cataract Canyon): miles 212-208 above Lee's Ferry; side canyons

Volume 9

Colorado River (Cataract Canyon): miles 208-205 above Lee's Ferry

Volume 10

Colorado River (Cataract Canyon): miles 205-204 above Lee's Ferry

Volume 11

Colorado River (Cataract Canyon): miles 204-203 above Lee's Ferry

Volume 12

Colorado River (Cataract Canyon): miles 203-202 above Lee's Ferry

Volume 13

Colorado River (Cataract Canyon): miles 202-195.5 above Lee's Ferry

 

Gypsum Canyon

Volume 14

Colorado River (Cataract Canyon): miles 195-190 above Lee's Ferry

Volume 15

Colorado River (Cataract Canyon): miles 190-186 above Lee's Ferry

Volume 16

Colorado River (Cataract Canyon): miles 186-184 above Lee's Ferry

 

D. Julien inscription

Volume 17

Colorado River (Cataract Canyon): miles 184-180.5 above Lee's Ferry

 

Dark Canyon

Volume 18

Colorado River: miles 180-170 above Lee's Ferry

Volume 19

Dirty Devil/Fremont River: headwaters to junction with Colorado River; surrounding basin

 

Colorado River: miles 170-166 above Lee's Ferry

Volume 20

Colorado River: miles 168-160 above Lee's Ferry

 

White Canyon (Natural Bridges National Monument)

 

Hite

 

C. Glen Canyon

Volume 21

Colorado River (Glen Canyon): miles 159-142.5 above Lee's Ferry

 

Red Canyon

Volume 22

Colorado River (Glen Canyon): miles 139.5-131 above Lee's Ferry

 

Forgotten Canyon

Volume 23

Colorado River (Glen Canyon): miles 130-120 above Lee's Ferry

 

Hoskanini (Stone-Stanton) dredge and mining claims

Volume 24

Colorado River (Glen Canyon): miles 120-101 above Lee's Ferry

 

Waterpocket Fold (Capitol Reef National Monument)

 

Aleson wedding

Volume 25

Colorado River (Glen Canyon): miles 100.5-87 above Lee's Ferry

 

The Rincon

 

Escalante River (with Soda Gulch, Davis Gulch, Black's Trail, Clear Creek)

Volume 26

Escalante River basin (with Circle Cliffs, Stevens Canyon, Coyote Gulch, Willow Gulch)

Volume 27

Colorado River (Glen Canyon): miles 86-78.5 above Lee's Ferry

 

Hole in the Rock and back country

Volume 28

Colorado River (Glen Canyon): miles 78 (mouth of San Juan River) to 74 above Lee's Ferry

 

Cottonwood Gulch

 

Music Temple

 

Fifty Mile Mountain

 

Navajo Mountain

Volume 29

Colorado River (Glen Canyon): miles 74-73 above Lee's Ferry

 

Anasazi (Mystery) Canyon, with Lehi Canyon, Surprise Canyon, and Moepitz Canyon

 

Navajo Mountain

Volume 30

Anasazi Canyon, with Lehi Canyon and Moepitz Canyon

 

Colorado River (Glen Canyon): miles 73.6- above Lee's Ferry

 

Navajo Mountain

Volume 31

Colorado River (Glen Canyon): miles 73-69.5 above Lee's Ferry

 

Navajo Mountain

 

Canyon at mile 71.5 and back country

 

Black Water (Toh Dilth Ylth; Oak) Canyon

 

Fifty Mile Mountain (Kaiparowits)

Volume 32

Cliff Canyon - Redbud Pass

 

Bridge Canyon - Rainbow Bridge

 

Aztec Creek

 

Forbidding Canyon

 

Back country at mile 68 on Colorado River above Lee's Ferry

Volume 33

Colorado River (Glen Canyon): miles 68-40 above Lee's Ferry, with side canyons

Volume 34

Colorado River (Glen Canyon): miles 40-27 above Lee's Ferry

 

Crossing of the Fathers (El Vado)

 

Tower Butte

 

Warm Creek

Volume 35

Navajo Canyon from Navajo Mountain to Colorado River (at mile 25.5 above Lee's Ferry)

 

Arch in the Sky

Volume 36

Colorado River (Glen Canyon): miles 25-0 above Lee's Ferry

 

Glen Canyon Dam

 

D. Lee's Ferry

Volume 37

Lee's Ferry: American Placer Corp., 1910

 

Flagstaff to Lee's Ferry road

Volume 38

Lee's Ferry: American Placer Corp., 1911, 1912

 

Flagstaff to Lee's Ferry road

 

Paria River from mouth up to Cottonwood Creek and Marysvale

 

Dugway

 

Pahreah

Volume 39

Region from Flagstaff to Lee's Ferry

 

Lee's Ferry

Volume 40

Boats and Crews at Lee's Ferry, 1889-1977

 

E. Marble Canyon; Little Colorado River

Volume 41

Paria Creek from Bryce Canyon to mouth

 

Colorado River: miles 0-3 below Lee's Ferry

Volume 42

Colorado River: miles 3-6 below Lee's Ferry

 

Navajo Bridge

Volume 43

Colorado River: mile 8 below Lee's Ferry (Badger Creek Rapid)

Volume 44

Colorado River: miles 10-12.8 below Lee's Ferry

Volume 45

Colorado River: miles 13-18 below Lee's Ferry

 

Ah Hol Sah and Tanner Wash

 

Hot Na Na Wash

 

Houserock Valley

 

Buckskin Mountain

Volume 46

Colorado River: miles 13-23.5 below Lee's Ferry

Volume 47

Colorado River: miles 24-26 below Lee's Ferry

Volume 48

Colorado River: miles 26-31 below Lee's Ferry

Volume 49

Colorado River: miles 31-33 below Lee's Ferry

Volume 50

Colorado River: miles 33-39.5 below Lee's Ferry

Volume 51

Colorado River: miles 40-50 below Lee's Ferry

Volume 52

Colorado River: miles 51-53 below Lee's Ferry

 

Nankoweap Basin

Volume 53

Colorado River: miles 54-60 below Lee's Ferry

 

Kwagunt Canyon

 

Malgosa Canyon

Volume 54

Colorado River: miles 60-62 below Lee's Ferry

 

Mouth of the Little Colorado River

Volume 55

Little Colorado River, headwaters to mouth

 

F. Grand Canyon

Volume 56

Colorado River: miles 62-66 below Lee's Ferry

 

Lava (Chuar) Canyon

Volume 57

Colorado River: miles 65-70 below Lee's Ferry

 

Lava Canyon

 

Grand Canyon views

Volume 58

Colorado River: miles 70-75.7 below Lee's Ferry

 

Cardenas Creek

 

Grand Canyon views

Volume 59

Colorado River: mile 76 below Lee's Ferry (Hance Rapid)

 

Flagstaff to South Rim stage

 

Grand Canyon views

 

Hance's place

 

Hance's trail

Volume 60

Colorado River: miles 77-80 below Lee's Ferry

 

Grand Canyon views

 

Asbestos Canyon

 

Hance Canyon

Volume 61

Grand Canyon views, east end

 

Grand View Trail, Tonto Trail, Cottonwood Spur Trail

 

Colorado River: miles 80.9-84 below Lee's Ferry

 

Clear Creek

Volume 62

Colorado River: miles 84-86 below Lee's Ferry, with surrounding Grand Canyon (eg., Brahma Temple, Zoroaster Temple, Cremation Canyon, Pattie Butte)

Volume 63

Grand Canyon: North Rim, Bright Angel Canyon, Sumner Butte, Phantom Ranch, Kaibab Trail

 

Colorado River: mile 87 below Lee's Ferry

Volume 64

River craft at mile 87 below Lee's Ferry on the Colorado River (Bright Angel Creek)

Volume 65

Grand Canyon views

 

Colorado River: miles 88-90 below Lee's Ferry

 

Grand Canyon Village

 

Bright Angel Trail

Volume 66

Grand Canyon views

 

Colorado River: miles 89.5-92.6 below Lee's Ferry

Volume 67

Colorado River: miles 93-95

 

Grand Canyon views

 

Hermit Camp

Volume 68

Colorado River: miles 96-99 below Lee's Ferry

 

Boucher Canyon

 

Slate Canyon

 

Dragon and Crystal Canyons

Volume 69

Dragon Head; Osiris Temple; Tower of Ra; Crystal Creek; Grama Point; Mencius Temple; Confucius Temple, Dragon Creek; Diana Temple; Geike Peak; Castor Temple; Pollux Temple; Sapphire Canyon; Agate Canyon

 

Colorado River: miles 99-105 below Lee's Ferry

Volume 70

Colorado River: miles 99-105 below Lee's Ferry

 

Tuna Creek; Point Sublime; Sagittarius Ridge; Ruby Canyon

Volume 71

Colorado River: miles 105-107 below Lee's Ferry

 

Grand Canyon views

Volume 72

Bass Canyon and Trail

 

Mt. Huethawali

 

Colorado River: miles 107-109.4 below Lee's Ferry

 

Grand Canyon views

 

Shinumo Creek and tributaries (White Creek, Flint Creek, Redwall Canyon, Burro Canyon)

Volume 73

Colorado River: miles 110-119 below Lee's Ferry

 

Grand Canyon views

 

Hakatai Canyon; Mystic Spring; Royal Arch Creek; Elves Chasm; Apache Point

Volume 74

Colorado River: miles 120-129 below Lee's Ferry

 

Fossil Bay and Canyon

 

Stanton Point

Volume 75

Colorado River: miles 130-134 below Lee's Ferry

 

Galloway Canyon; Steamboat Mountain; Stone Creek

Volume 76

Tapeats Creek and Basin (eg., Crazy Jug Canyon, Monument Point; Bridger's Knoll; Thunder River)

 

Colorado River: mile 134 below Lee's Ferry (mouth of Tapeats Creek)

Volume 77

Colorado River: miles 133.7-139.2 below Lee's Ferry

 

Tahuta; Cogswell Butte; Deer Creek Canyon

Volume 78

140 Mile Canyon; Fishtail Mesa

 

Colorado River: miles 140-149 below Lee's Ferry

 

Kanab Creek and Basin from Kanab

 

Olo Canyon; Matkatamiba Canyon

Volume 79

Colorado River: miles 150-156 below Lee's Ferry

 

Sinyala Canyon and Mt. Sinyala

 

Grand Canyon views

Volume 80

Havasu Canyon and Basin

 

Colorado River: miles 156-159 below Lee's Ferry

Volume 81

Colorado River: miles 160-170 below Lee's Ferry

 

Tuckup Canyon and Basin

 

The Dome; National (Cataract) Canyon; Fern Glen Canyon

Volume 82

Colorado River: miles 170-174 below Lee's Ferry

 

Stairway Canyon: Mohawk (Gateway) Canyon; Red Slide Canyon

Volume 83

Colorado River: miles 175-179 below Lee's Ferry

 

Toroweap; Vulcan's Throne; Prospect Canyon

Volume 84

Vulcan (Lava Falls) Rapid: 1872-1950

Volume 85

Vulcan (Lava Falls) Rapid: 1951-1959

Volume 86

Vulcan (Lava Falls) Rapid: 1960-1969

Volume 87

Vulcan (Lava Falls) Rapid: 1970-1977

Volume 88

Colorado River: miles 180-198 below Lee's Ferry

 

Grand Canyon views

 

Mt. Trumbull; Mt. Logan and surroundings; Whitmore (Queentoweap) Valley; Parashont Canyon

Volume 89

Colorado River: miles 202.5-210 below Lee's Ferry

 

Spring Canyon; Indian Canyon; Price Butte; Granite Creek; Granite Park Canyon; 209 Mile Canyon

Volume 90

Colorado River: miles 210-214.5 below Lee's Ferry

 

Pumpkin Spring

Volume 91

Colorado River: miles 215-218 below Lee's Ferry

Volume 92

Colorado River: miles 218-225 below Lee's Ferry

 

Snyder Mine; Trail Canyon; 220 Mile Canyon

Volume 93

Colorado River: miles 224-226 below Lee's Ferry

 

Diamond Creek Canyon (Robbers' Roost Canyon, Peach Springs Wash)

 

Diamond Peak

Volume 94

Colorado River: miles 226-233 below Lee's Ferry

 

Travertine Canyon

Volume 95

Colorado River: miles 233-235 below Lee's Ferry

 

234 Mile Canyon; Ervin Butte

Volume 96

Colorado River: miles 235-238 below Lee's Ferry

 

Bridge Canyon

Volume 97

Colorado River: miles 238-240 below Lee's Ferry

 

Separation Canyon; Mnt. Dellenbaugh

Volume 98

Colorado River: miles 241-249 below Lee's Ferry

 

Spencer Canyon; Meriwhitica Canyon

Volume 99

Quartermaster Canyon; Triumphal Arch

 

Colorado River: miles 250-279 below Lee's Ferry

 

G. Grand Wash Cliffs to Gulf of California

Volume 100

Colorado River: miles 278-330 below Lee's Ferry (Lake Mead)

Volume 101

Virgin River, headwaters to mouth

 

Zion; St. George, Utah

Volume 102

Colorado River from mouth of Virgin River to Hoover Dam (Lake Mead)

 

Hoover Dam

Volume 103

Hoover Dam

 

Colorado River from Hoover Dam to Yuma

 

Needles; Ehrenberg; Imperial Canal; Alamo River; Salton Sea

Volume 104

Yuma

 

Colorado River from Yuma to Gulf of California

 

Salton Sea Basin/Alamo River

 

Tiburon Island

 

Green River

 

A. Headwaters to Green River, Utah

Volume 105

Green River, headwaters to above Henry's Fork

 

Independence Rock; Devil's Gate; Choke Cherry Draw; Green River, Wyoming; Fire Hole country

Volume 106

Green River: Henry's Fork to mile 292 above Green River, Utah

 

Flaming Gorge; Horseshoe Canyon

Volume 107

Green River: miles 311-298 above Green River, Utah

 

Red Canyon; Skull Canyon

Volume 108

Green River: miles 293-278 above Green River, Utah

 

Flaming Gorge Dam

Volume 109

Brown's Park (Hole)

 

Green River: miles 273.5-246 above Green River, Utah

Volume 110

Green River: miles 244-235 above Green River, Utah

 

Canyon of Lodore

Volume 111

Green River: miles 236-225 above Green River, Utah

 

Canyon of Lodore

Volume 112

Yampa River to mouth

 

Pat's Hole

 

Green River: miles 225-223 above Green River, Utah

Volume 113

Green River: miles 224-206 above Green River, Utah

Volume 114

Green River: miles 206-185 above Green River, Utah

 

Split Mountain Canyon; Dinosaur National Monyment

Volume 115

Jensen, Utah

 

Green River: miles 185-121 above Green River, Utah

 

Ouray, Utah, and vicinity

 

Denis Julien and other inscriptions

 

Willow Creek; Whiterocks Valley

Volume 116

Green River: miles 121-71.5 above Green River, Utah (Desolation Canyon)

Volume 117

Green River: miles 70-40 above Green River, Utah (Desolation Canyon)

 

Chandler Canyon

 

Denis Julien inscription

Volume 118

Green River: miles 40-0 above Green River, Utah (Gray Canyon)

 

B. Below Green River, Utah

Volume 119

Green River, Utah

 

Thompson, Utah, and vicinity

 

Green River: miles 118-75.5 above Confluence

 

San Rafael River and basin; Labyrinth Canyon

Volume 120

Green River: miles 80.5-41.8 above Confluence

 

Denis Julien inscriptions

 

Labyrinth Canyon; Horseshoe Canyon; Upheaval Dome

Volume 121

Green River: miles 41.5-23.5 above Confluence

 

Millard Canyon; Stillwater Canyon

Volume 122

Green River: miles 22.8-2.5 above Confluence

 

Stillwater Canyon

 

San Juan River

Volume 123

San Juan River: headwaters to below Chinle Creek

 

San Juan Basin

 

Animas River; Mesa Verde National Park; Hovenweep National Monument; Navajo National Monument; Kayenta; Sahn trip; Monument Valley; Chinle Wash

Volume 124

San Juan River: below Chinle Creek to Mexican Hat

 

San Juan oil field

 

Mexican Hat

Volume 125

San Juan River: miles 113.5 (Mexican Hat) to 32 above mouth

 

Zahn party

 

Nokai Canyon

Volume 126

Oljeto

 

Flagstaff to San Juan supply road (Spencer ox team)

 

Spencer Camp (Camp Ibex, on San Juan River at mile 38)

Volume 127

Navajo Mountain region

 

San Juan River: miles 29-11 above mouth

 

Hawkeye Arch/Bisha Canyon; Trail Canyon; Cha Canyon

Volume 128

Cha Butte and Canyon; Bald Rock Canyon; Rainbow Bridge Trail; Nasja Creek; Surprise Valley

 

San Juan River: miles 10-1 above mouth

 

Navajo Mountain

Volume 129

San Juan River: miles 5-0 above mouth

 

Other Rivers

Volume 130

Other rivers around the world

 

River Craft

Scope and Content Note

(much written material)
 

Photographers

 

A. Hillers, Beaman, Fennemore

Volume 131

List of photographs taken on Powell expeditions from 1871 to 1876 by Beaman, Fennemore, and Hillers

Volume 132

Printed extracts from various early journals

 

Hillers and Beaman photos of Colorado River (Marble Canyon and Grand Canyon Series)

 

Various more recent photographs of places also photographed by Hillers and Beaman

Volume 133

J. Fennemore photographs of Glen Canyon

Volume 134

"Indian Photos - Hillers"

 

Also some by Beaman

 

B. Wilbur

Volume 135

John S. Wilbur and expedition of 1904

 

C. Cogswell (Galloway-Stone expedition of 1909)

Volume 136

Green River, Wyoming, to Split Mountain, Sep. 12-27, 1909

Volume 137

Green River: miles 173-165 above Green River, Utah, Oct. 1, 1909

Volume 138

Bowknot Bend on Green River to near junction with Colorado River, Oct. 13-15, 1909

Volume 139

Colorado River (Cataract Canyon) from Green River mouth (mile 216) to Dirty Devil mouth (mile 169 above Lee's Ferry), Oct. 15-21, 1909

Volume 140

Colorado River (Glen Canyon) from mouth of Dirty Devil (mile 169) to Mile 11 above Lee's Ferry, Oct. 21-27, 1909

Volume 141

Colorado River from Lee's Ferry to Needles, Oct. 27 to Nov. 19, 1909

 

D. Bauwens

Volume 142

George O. Bauwens photos, 1918: Little Colorado River

 

E. Clyde Eddy expedition of 1934

Volume 143

Colorado River: miles 0-25 below Lee's Ferry

Volume 144

Colorado River: miles 25-60 below Lee's Ferry

Volume 145

Colorado River: miles 64.5-90 below Lee's Ferry

Volume 146

Colorado River: miles 90-100 below Lee's Ferry

Volume 147

Colorado River: miles 104-186 below Lee's Ferry

Volume 148

Colorado River: miles 204-353 (Hoover Dam)

 

Unidentified photographs and 1 negative

 

F. Cutler

Volume 149

Hugh Cutler photographs of Nevills traverse of 1940

 

G. Maud Duke

Volume 150

Maud Duke photographs of 1966 trip through Cataract and Narrow Canyons

 

Persons

Volume 151

A

Volume 152

B-Best

Volume 153

Billingsley-Byers

Volume 154

C

Volume 155

D-E

Volume 156

F

Volume 157

G

Volume 158

H

Volume 159

I-K

Volume 160

L-Mannering

Volume 161

Marant-Marston

Volume 162

Marston, 1912-1950

Volume 163

Marston, 1951-1977

Volume 164

Masland-Myton

Volume 165

N

Volume 166

O-Q

Volume 167

R

Volume 168

S

Volume 169

T-V

Volume 170

W-Z

 

River Craft

Volume 171

Steamers

Volume 172

Motorboats (below Glen Canyon), 1890-1949

Volume 173

Motorboats (Glen Canyon), c. 1900-1964

Volume 174

Motorboats (above mouth Green River)

Volume 175

Motorboats, 1950-1959

Volume 176

Motorboats, 1960-1978

Volume 177

Scows; Air Boat

Volume 178

Boats: Oar powered (no photographs, all text)

Volume 179

Skiffs, 1869-1929

Volume 180

Skiffs, 1933-1972

Volume 181

Log rafts, canoes, folding boats and flats, kayaks, skiyaks, bubble boat

Volume 182

Inflated craft

 

Crews

Volume 183

1868-1940

Volume 184

1941-1950

Volume 185

1951-1955

Volume 186

1956

Volume 187

1957; Kings Gap gathering

Volume 188

1958-1974

Volume 189

Marston vacation pictures

 

Disney expedition of 1959

 

Albums (Non-photographic)

 

Rapids Ratings

Volume 190

Rapids ratings

 

Addresses

 

A. By Person, Alphabetically (some correspondence)

Volume 191

A-B

Volume 192

C-F

Volume 193

G-J

Volume 194

K-M

Volume 195

N-R

Volume 196

S-U

Volume 197

V-Z

 

B. By Geographical Region

Volume 198

Overseas; Arizona; Colorado; Connecticut; Washington, D.C.; Florida; Hawaii; Idaho; Illinois; Kansas; Kentucky

Volume 199

Maryland; Massachusetts; Michigan; Missouri; Nebraska; Nevada; New Jersey; New Mexico; New York; North Carolina; Ohio; Oregon; Oklahoma; South Carolina

Volume 200

Texas; Utah; Virginia; Washington; Wisconsin; Wyoming

Volume 201

Berkeley, Oakland, and Piedmont, California

Volume 202

Northern California

Volume 203

Southern California

Volume 204

Grand Canyoneers

 

Miscellaneous Printed Material

Volume 205

William Belknap, Grand Canyon River Guide

Volume 206

Barbara Beeton, "James Hervey Simpson in the Great Basin," Montana (XXVIII, p. 28-43)

Volume 207

Reports by John W. Powell, 1872, 1873, 1874, 1877

Volume 208

History of the Geological Sciences, ed. by John H. Maxson, California Institute of Technology, 1941

Physical Description: (typescript)
Volume 209

Joseph Fish, History of Arizona, 1906

Physical Description: (copy of typescript)
Volume 210

Bo Shelby and Joyce M. Nielsen, Colorado River Research Program Final Report (Technical Reports 1-4)

Volume 211

J. Eugene Haas, Joyce McCarl Nielsen, Byron B. Shelby, River Contact Study, Progress Report I

 

Book Reviews, Catalogues, Dealers, Etc.

Volume 212

A

Volume 213

B-Belden

Volume 214

Belknap-Blossom

Volume 215

Boardroom-Butcher

Volume 216

C

Volume 217

D-E

Volume 218

F

Volume 219

G

Volume 220

H-Hittell

Volume 221

Hobbs-Hyde

Volume 222

I-K

Volume 223

L

Volume 224

MacDonald-Myrick

Volume 225

Moeur-McQueary

Volume 226

N-O

Volume 227

P

Volume 228

Q-R

Volume 229

S-Spring

Volume 230

Stahnke-Sykes

Volume 231

T-V

Volume 232

W-Wetherill

Volume 233

Wharfield-Wyoming

Volume 234

X-Z

 

Book Purchases and Publishing

Volume 235

Book Search

Volume 236

Booksellers (orders): A-D

Volume 237

Booksellers (orders): E-Z

Volume 238

Magazine back-issue dealers

Volume 239

Publishers and publishing: general and A-M

Volume 240

Publishers and publishing: N-Z

Volume 241

Newspapers and journalism in the West

 

Bibliographies and Citations

Volume 242

Journals and journal article citations: A-H

Volume 243

Journals and journal article citations: I-Z

Volume 244

Bibliographies: general and miscellaneous

Volume 245

Bibliographies: Grand Canyon

Volume 246

Bibliographies: Grand Canyon (cont.)

Volume 247

United States Government publications

Volume 248

Theses and dissertations

Volume 249

Theses and dissertations (vol. 2)

Volume 250

Colorful quotes, facts, and stories; material pertinent to projected Marston ms.

Volume 251

Sales prospects for Marston's projected book

 

Motion Picture Film 11/21/95

Additional Note

Most reels were transferred at 24 Fps, regardless of the original running speed. Copies at the true speed can easily be made during professional dubbing.
 

R001 018

Contents:

"1869-1909 (People of the River)": Stills of early river runners, with some live interviews long after the events. Most are not specifically identified. [entries: John Wesley Powell; inscriptions: Brown 1890; Frank Mason Brown; 1890 Brown-Stanton expedition; Nathaniel Galloway; William C. Richmond?; Dellenbaugh?]
 

R002 010

Time code: 07:50:00
Running time: 11:10 min.

Contents:

"1911-1923 - Dave & Mrs. Rust": Emery Kolb with the Marstons. - Early black-&-white film of trip of the "Grand" and another boat. - Black-and-white LaRue film. [entries: Emery Kolb; Margaret Marston; Otis Marston; USGS 1923 survey?; Eugene Clyde LaRue; boats, oar; "Grand"; Dave Rust? and wife?]
 

R003 002

Time code: 01:10:40

Contents:

"Russell-Tadje 1915": Copy of film of Russell-Tadje trip down Colorado River.
 

R004 011

Time code: 08:39:38
Running time: 16:00 min.

Contents:

"USGS, 1923, by LaRue-Alt Hatch": Film titled, "The Survey of the Grand Canyon of the Colorado River in Arizona," photographed by E. C. LaRue, Aug. 1 to Oct. 19, 1923. [entries: Eugene Clyde LaRue; USGS 1923 Survey; Birdseye; Lewis Ransome Freeman; Badger Creek Rapid; Soap Creek Rapid; Frank Word; Emery Kolb; Sockdologer Rapid; Burchard; Bright Angel; Pipe Creek Rapid; Horn Creek Rapid; Hermit Creek Rapid; Tuna Rapid; Walthenberg Rapid; Havasupai Creek; Lava Falls Rapid (Vulcan); boats, oar; river-running; "Grand"; "Marble"; Felix...; Lees Ferry; Hualpai Indians; Diamond Creek; Separation Rapid; Lava Escarpment Rapid; Black Canyon; Needles]
 

R005 010

Time code: 07:00:00
Running time: 10:45 min.

Contents:

"Rainbow Bridge - 35mm - Armsby": Newsreel film titled, "International Newsreel - Expedition Honors Indian Who Led Way to Largest Natural Bridge on Earth - Plaque placed on scenic wonder commemorates redskin guide - Rainbow Bridge, Ariz. "Plaque was placed in August, 1926. 35 mm original has been dubbed to 16 mm safety copy, with other copy deposited at UCLA Film Archives. [entries: Rainbow Bridge; Armsby; International Newsreel; Nasja Begay; John? Wetherell]
 

R006 018

Contents:

"Down the Colorado River in a Rowboat, No. 1525 - Eddy, 1927": Clyde Eddy trip down Green and Colorado rivers, 1927. Also includes later color shots of Eddy and other members of the crew. [entries: Colorado River, Clyde Eddy expedition, 1927; Clyde Langston Eddy, "Coro???"; "Dellenbaugh"; oarboats; Green River, Utah; Temple Bar?; rapidrunning; Granite Gorge; Needles]
 

R007 002, 00X

Time code: 00:59:45
Running time: 10:56 min.

Contents:

"16 mm copy of part of Clyde Eddy's 1927 Colorado River Expedition film - notes used by Clyde Eddy to accompany motion pictures of his Colorado River Expedition, June 27 to August 8, 1927": Film titled, "Defying Death on the Colorado," from the television program "Thrills & Chills." Gift of Clyde Eddy. Includes two sets of notes [entries: Doug Allan Productions. Inc.; "Thrills and Chills with Doug Allan" (television program); "Defying Death on the Colorado"; Clyde Eddy; expedition, Clyde Eddy, 1927; Glen Canyon; Butte of the Cross; Cataract Canyon; Green River; Marble Canyon; Grand Canyon; Colorado River; boat, oar; "Coronado"; "Dellenbaugh"; (names of crew members); animals; Dark Canyon Rapid; Less Ferry; Spencer Canyon; Deer Creek Falls; Glen Canyon; Spencer Canyon Rapid]
 

R008 039

Time code: 00:00:00
Running time: 11:13 min.

Contents:

"Pathe-Bray; Hyde; Bundy[?]": Interviews with unidentified individuals long after the events. [entries: Pathe-Bray expedition; Margaret Marston; Glenn Robert Kershner; burros; horses
 

R009 041

Time code: 01:49:22
Running time: 10:11 min.

Contents:

"S. Forsch - Mahr [i.e., Mohr] Rubin (Helen's House)": "Mohr the Florentine" shows mansion, flowers, gardens, and pool. - "Mohr the Chef" shows barbecue. - "Mohr the Guardsman" shows Coast Guard ceremony. Marching and a band. - Headline reads "Japs Surrender." - "Guardsman no Mohr." (They appear to be set in Berkeley, CA.)
 

R010 003, 003A

Time code: 01:59:45

Contents:

"Nevills-Frost 1933 & 1934; Van Eaton 1936; 1933-4-6-42-4-7-8-9 (Mostly short takes of early river-runners 15-20 years afterwards. Some early runs spliced in)": Jack Frost: Old black-&-white of Nevills expedition, Mar. 1934, down San Juan River - Oljato - Nevills family - Nevills San Juan run of? - Elzada U. Clover (1938) - Lois Jotter (1938) - Del Reed (1938, 1940, 1941) - Bill Gibson (1938, 1939) - Lorin Bell (1938) - August 1938 river scene with Nevills expedition - Jackie Frost on river (1938) - running rapids - camp scenes - Rainbow Bridge with waterfall - Hugh Cutler (1940, 1954, 1956, 1957) - Millie Baker (1940) - Doris Drown Nevills - John Southworth (1940) - Charles Larabee (1940) - Bonar Deeson (1940) - Barry Goldwater (1940) - Agnes Albert (1941) - unidentified people - Pres Walker - Neill Wilson - Dock Marston - Garth Marston - Bruce Wilson - Ed Olsen - Ed Hudson - Nevills daughters? - group expedition with Marston family - Alfred Milotte (1947) - Margaret Marston - unidentified - Kent Frost (1947, 1953) - unidentified woman - Francis Farquhar - Marjory Farquhar - motorboat - Joseph Desloge at home and on river - unidentified - Rosalind T. Johnson (1948) - unidentified - Nancy Streator - Frank Masland (1948, 1949, 1954, 1956) at home and on river - various unidentified - overturned boat - Norm Nevills and Dock Marston - Rigg Aviation - various unidentified - various unrelated clips (site where Nevills crashed?) - Nevills plaque placement at Mexican Hat with Barry Goldwater (1952?).
 

R011 039

Time code: 00:11:13
Running time: 03:31 min.

Contents:

"1934: Swain-Hatch": Later interviews. [entries: Swain-Hatch expedition]
 

R012 002

Time code: 01:20:00

Contents:

"History, 1937, B. W.": Film of original events in 1937 (Carnegie Institute/Caltech Expedition: John Maxson, Ian Campbell, Jack T. Stark, Robert Sharp, Frank Dodge, Merrill F. Spencer; Buzz Holmstrom).
 

R013 039

Time code: 00:14:44
Running time: 08:07 min.

Contents:

"History, 1937-1938: Campbell, Clark, Maxson, Sharp, McKee, Lundstrom, Johnson, Holmstrom family": Later interviews of Ian Campbell; Johnny Maxson, 1937, 1951; Frank B. Dodge, 1923, 1937; Owen Clark, 1937; Bob Sharp, 1937; Phil Lundstrom; Willis Johnson; Carl Holmstrom; Rolf Holmstrom; Frances Holmstrom; Haldane Holmstrom, 1937, 1938. [entries: Ian Campbell; John Maxson; Frank B. Dodge; Owen Clark; Bob Sharp; Phil Lundstrom; Willis Johnson; Carl Holmstrom; Rolf Holmstrom; Frances Holmstrom; Haldane Holmstrom]
 

R014 012

Time code: 09:21:00
Running time: 14:46 min.

Contents:

"Early river runs, Colorado River, late 1930s - 1939, Loper-Harris (1939 - Loper, Harris, Klevin, Gibson - Photography by Gibson - Projection copy Run at 16 fps.": Run through Marble and Grand canyons, with each rapid preceded by title. [entries: Bert Loper; Don (Laphene?) Harris; (Loper's boat); sadirons; rapidrunning; oarboats; "Mexican Hat"; Badger Creek Rapid; Soap Creek Rapid; 25 Mile Rapid; Marble Canyon; Grand Canyon; Sockdologer Rapid; Horn Creek Rapid; Granite Ledge Rapid; Serpentine Rapid; Walthenberg Rapid; Dubendorff Rapid; Upset Rapid; Lava Falls Rapid (Vulcan)]
 

R015 007

Time code: 04:00:00

Contents:

"1939: Loper, Harris, Gibson, Klevin": Colorado River run from Lees Ferry to Lava Falls, July 1939, plus later interviews. [entries: Bert Loper; Don (Laphene)Harris?; Gibson; Klevin; Badger Creek Rapid; rapidrunning; "Mexican Hat"; Soap Creek Rapid; 25 Mile Rapid; Hance Rapid; Horn Creek Rapid; Upset Rapid]
 

R016 039

Time code: 00:22:51
Running time: 00:42 min.

Contents:

Unidentified couple loading a car.
 

R017 035

Contents:

"(G.C. Rejects - Also Snake tip out)": 1942 and 1946. On train - Garth Marston and Bruce Wilson - Marble Lodge - bridge on Lower Colorado - camp scenes - waterfall - river views - tip out on Snake River rapid.
 

R018 039

Time code: 00:23:33
Running time: 02:08 min.

Contents:

"Sunrise - Dock with meter - Dear Ck - Hudson, Gal, both with mirror": 1942, 1945, 1946, & 1947. Camp along river - Loel and Maradel Marston - Dock Marston with meter - waking up - waterfall (Deer Creek) - in waterfall. [entries: Otis Marston; Marston twins; Garth Marston; Deer Creek; Norm Nevills; Joan Nevills?]
 

R019 022

Time code: 19:00:00
Running time: 15:30 min.

Contents:

"Colorado River 1942. Reel 1 (Small fire at night - Plaque - Vermillion Cliffs from LF - Scenes, Water patterns, buttes - Big rock wave in Cat - Water patterns - Buttes below Soap - Whirls, waves, rapids)": 1942, 1945. Includes detailed scene notes. [entries: 1942 Nevills expedition; Vermillion Cliffs; Cataract Canyon?; Separation plaque; Lees Ferry; Grand Canyon; Glen Canyon; Marble Canyon; Little Colorado River mouth]
 

R020 012

Time code: 09:36:58
Running time: 09:00 min.

Contents:

"Colorado River 6.5 (Good Walls - Whirls - Waves: Vulcan - Sadiron: run, line - Baloney: pumps, start - Supai Ck. - Deer Ck Falls - Run Vulcan - Bow Shot - On Lake - Nancoweap)": 1942 and 1956. Canyon and river scenes - rapids - running rapids - lining - Georgie White inflating raft - large rafts leaving - side canyon and stream - Deer Creek Falls - outboard motorboats running rapids (1956). [entries: Grand Canyon; sadirons; oarboats; "Mexican Hat II"; Garth Marston; Georgie White and husband; inflatable rafts; Deer Creek Falls; Havasupai Canyon; Otis Marston; motorboats; Lake Mead]
 

R021 013

Time code: 10:00:00
Running time: 55:00 min.

Contents:

"G.C. Master II - Marston (Master Pic. - Marston 'G.C. II' - Reel No. 1 - Heads) (Marston G.C. Part One - Master pix head)": 1942?, 1944, 1945, 1946, & 1947. Indian ruins and pottery - black-and-white old stills - inscriptions - Separation plaque - Emery Kolb - Clyde Eddy - drawings - Elzada Clover - Lois Jotter - Bert Loper - various unidentified persons - skeleton - machinery on Colorado River - fire - old trunk and clothes - camp scenes - waterfalls - flowers - map - river scenes - running rapids - desert views - rock formations - Monument Valley - mudslide - Supai (Havasu) - Little Colorado - rafting rapids - swimming through rapids - wave patterns - rapids - travertine falls - Lake Mead - amphibian airplane [entries: Clyde Eddy; Elzada Clover; Lois Jotter; Bert Loper; Monument Valley; Supai Canyon; Little Colorado River mouth; swimming rapids; Travertine Falls; Lake Mead; airplanes, amphibious; Indian cliff dwellings and pottery; Marston twins; inscriptions, Dellenbaugh; inscriptions, Nathaniel Galloway; Emery Kolb; river drawings?; inscriptions, Hyde; skeleton; Norm Nevills; Joan Nevills?; Bruce Wilson?; Otis Marston; Deer Creek Falls?; Garth Marston; Ed Hudson; Anne Desloge?; cactus flower; "Wen"; rapidrunning; Granite Gorge?; "Sandra"; Joseph Desloge; "Joan"; Glen Canyon?; Mexican Hat; Tapeats?; Little Colorado River mouth; frog; Vulcan's Anvil?; swimming rapids; Margaret Marston]
 

R022 018

Time code:
Running time:

Contents:

"Cuts from Nevills film": 1942 and 1944 trips, plus interviews. People speaking, including Barry Goldwater, Otis and Margaret Marston, and Doris Nevills - title "Nine Navigating Nuts" - Bruce Wilson rowing - loading boats on trailer - hauling boats over desert road. [entries: Nevills 1942 expedition; Nevills 1944 expedition; Barry Morse Goldwater; Nancy Streator?; Otis Marston; Margaret Marston; Doris Drown Nevills; Bruce Wilson; oarboats; Colorado River; Elzada Clover; Lois Jotter; Ed Hudson; "Hidden Passage"; Norman Nevills; Lees Ferry]
 

R023 021

Time code:
Running time:

Contents:

"47-48 G.C. Trip, No. 6 (Colorado River 1947-48, Reel 6) (Grand C Trim, 1947-1948 - Some Snake R.)": 1942, 1944?, 1945?, 1946, 1947, & 1948. Dolores River - some bits and pieces - San Francisco - Hoover Dam - animals - Farquhar. [entries: 1947-1948 expedition; Colorado River; Snake River; Dolores River; San Francisco; Hoover Dam; Francis Farquhar; animals; Monument Valley; rapidrunning; Nevills Expedition; Rosalind Johnson?; Nancy Streator?; Navajo Bridge; Vermillion Cliffs; Marble Canyon; Dock Marston; Grand Canyon; sadirons; oarboats; "Sandra"; "Wen"; "Mexican Hat II"; "Joan"?; Garth Marston; Little Colorado River mouth; Deer Creek Falls?; Otis Marston; Hoover Dam?; (footbridge); Pres Walker?; Norman Nevills; Rainbow Bridge; Indian ruins; Anne Desloge; various arches (identify); fossils; fauna; Marston twins; (Joan or Sandra Nevills?); Indian pottery; Golden Gate Bridge; Indian petroglyphs; Desert View; cable cars; waterfall (identify); rattlesnake; bison; lining; lizard; fish]
 

R024 039

Time code: 00:25:51
Running time: 07:09 min.

Contents:

"Riggins (Trim from Master)": 1944-1949. Water patterns - spire - waterfall - canyon views - mudslide - side canyons - rafting - rapids - running rapids - camp scenes - aerial views - whirlpool - the boats "Esmeralda" and "Hudson" - Hoover Dam / insects - buffalo - San Francisco - Grand Canyon [entries: Glen Canyon?; bison; cattle; Grand Canyon; Norm Nevills; Marston twins; Otis Marston; Margaret Marston; rapidrunning; Nevills Expedition; "Sandra"; sadirons; oarboats, aerial views; Lake Mead?; "Esmeralda II"; "Hudson"; motorboats; Hoover Dam; "Mexican Hat II"; San Francisco; cable cars; Inner Granite Gorge]
 

R025 040

Time code: 01:24:33
Running time: 10:24 min.

Contents:

"G.C. Cuts (Reel 1)": 1944, 1945, 1947, & 1948. Buffalo - amphibian airplane - waterfall - Lake Mead - camp scenes - miscellaneous canyon scenes - rattlesnake - lizard - Separation plaque - fossil - rapids - mouth of Little Colorado River - arches - San Francisco - Marston - Grand Canyon views. [entries: oarboats; sadirons; Norman Nevills; Garth Marston; bison; airplane, amphibious; Lake Mead; Cedar Breaks?; Anne Desloge; rattlesnake; lizard; Separation plaque; fossils; Little Colorado River mouth; (natural bridge, identify?); San Francisco; swimming rapids; Otis Marston; "Joan"; "Wen"; Grand Canyon; Nevills Expedition]
 

R026 040

Time code: 01:34:57
Running time: 07:59 min.

Contents:

"(G.C. Rejects)": 1944, 1945?, 1947, & 1948. San Francisco - powerlines - Hoover Dam - Lake Mead - amphibian airplane - waterfall - rapids - rafting down rapids - Monument Valley? - Navajo Bridge - aerial views of Hoover Dam - Grand Canyon - mouth of Little Colorado River - waterfall. [entries: San Francisco; cable cars; Hoover Dam; oarboats; sadirons; airplane, amphibious; Nevills Expedition; swimming rapids; Margaret Marston; Garth Marston; Monument Valley; Marston twins; (bridge over canyon, identify?); aerial views; lava flow; Little Colorado River mouth; (Thunder Spring?)]
 

R027 037

Time code: 10:46:35
Running time: 09:50 min.

Contents:

"Cut Outs Master": At least 1944-1948. Garth Marston - Norm Nevills - mouth of Little Colorado River - Dock Marston - rapids - river any canyon views - side canyons - various people - Lake Mead - water fight - mudslide - camp scenes - waterfall. [entries: Garth Marston; Norman Nevills; Little Colorado River mouth; Dock Marston; Marble Canyon; Lake Mead; waterfall; oarboats; Grand Canyon; rapidrunning; sadirons; ruined cable cage; Vaseys Paradise; Margaret Marston; Hoover Dam; "Wen"; Anne Desloge; Nevills Expedition; swimming rapids; Glen Canyon?; "Sandra"; cat]
 

R028 027

Time code: 00:00:00
Running time: 59:13 min.

Contents:

"(Green River bridge - Buttes near Fisher Towers - Peats - Kent's jeeps - Same of Escalante area)": 1944, 1945, & 1955, with many unidentifiable. Jeep in forest - mountain views - Kent Frost jeep and home - Kent Frost jeep tour in canyons (Needles?) - arches and rock formations - Glen Canyon - Rainbow Bridge - Monument Valley - aerial views of unidentified terrain - arches - Loel and Maradel Marston in Monument Valley - Masland at home - airport - bridge - ruins - desert views - Hite ferry - view from Navajo Mountain, Slickrock area - Hole in the Rock? [entries: Green River, Utah; Green River Bridge; Kent Frost; 1944 expedition; 1945 expedition; 1955 expedition; jeep tours; arches (identify); Glen Canyon; Rainbow Bridge; Monument Valley; aerial views; Marston twins; Frank Masland; Carlisle, Penn.; Hite ferry; slickrock area; Hole in the Rock?; Kent Frost Jeep Tours; Monticello, Utah; Confluence Green and Grand (Colorado) rivers; Green River, Colorado River; Grand River; arches (identify); Joseph Desloge; bridge (identify); Indian ruins; Mexican Hat; Margaret Marston; Navajo Mountain]
 

R029 028

Contents:

"Oar Power (Master Dupe - Otis Marston (Paper to Paper) 'Helicopter Rescue' firm)": 1944?, 1945?, 1946-1948, & 1952? Camp scenes, 1948 Grand Canyon trip - fossils - Indian drawings - desert scenes and rock formations - lizard - scorpion - rattlesnake with Garth - deer swimming - antelope? - tortoise - coyote in trap - buffalo - rapids - log - derelict boats - hauling Nevills boats - running rapids on Colorado River and in Idaho? - lining - Green River? - Hatch River Expeditions large rubber raft - swimming rapids - driftwood fire.
 

R030 026

Time code: 23:40:01
Running time: 15:00 min.

Contents:

"Cataract rejects (Reject - San Juan and Cataract)": 1944 & 1945. Scene notes state: "Boats in front of shop - at slide - Norm on cable - plaque base of monument SLC - log house - view down at Hole in Rock - come down to boats at Dark C - new arch, pan up - side pan under Rainbow - pan up to small window - flash flood - Norm gets hair cut - fishing - swimming - Glen C scenes - fossils - Elephants Feet - water action at Hidden Passage - Indian relics - Glen C scenes - Wall St. - Ed shaves and admires self - snail - boiler - put boats in at Hat - [sheet missing?] - back boat to river - Thompson Station - Baldwin - road to Moab [?] - load boats at Lees - Glen C river shots - boats drift on San Juan - road to landing, Hat - Rainbow Bridge - Mala, top of bridge - M puts on preserver - boats up on rocks - oil engine - dredge - Norm on trolly - Seagull Monument - Map: Utah & Arizona - plane takes off - map: Glen Canyon - map: Cat Canyon - map: Narrow Canyon - make airport - air shot - fast get away - lie in falls - [sheet missing?]. [entries: Cataract Canyon; San Juan River; 1944 expedition; 1945 expedition; Norman Nevills; Hole in the Rock; Dark Canyon; arch (identify); Rainbow Bridge; swimming; Glen Canyon; fossils; Elephants Feet; Hidden Passage; Indian relics; Ed Hudson; Marston twins; airplane; aerial views; oarboats; sadirons; cable at Mexican Hat; Mexican Hat; Gem Canyon; (Nevills daughter); waterfall; Otis Marston; Marble Canyon; Nevills Expedition; lining; Goosenecks; Thompson (town); "San Juan", "Hidden Passage"; Margaret Marston; "Wen"]
 

R031 021

Time code: 18:00:00

Contents:

"Colorado River 1947 Raw Reel 4": 1944-1946, 1947 (the bulk of the reel), & 1948. Inside the film can are detailed scene notes. Includes rapids - Pierce Ferry/Grand Wash Cliffs area - Indian ruins - canyon and river scenes - Green River - Bright Angel - Grand Canyon - Hoover Dam - Lake Mead - San Francisco - Monument Valley. [entries: rapids; Pierce Ferry: Grand Wash Cliffs; Indian ruins; Green River; Bright Angel Creek; Grand Canyon; Hoover Dam; Lake Mead; San Francisco; Monument Valley; Norm Nevills; waterfall (identify); Margaret Marston; 1947 expedition; Garth Marston; Rosalind Johnson; Nevills Expedition; sadirons; oarboats; airplanes; Phantom Ranch; Bright Angel Bridge; "Mexican Hat II"; Tapeats or Supai?; Anne Desloge; Hoover Dam; Lake Mead; Golden Gate Bridge; Oakland Bay Bridge; San Rafael Bridge?; various arches (identify); San Francisco Bay; Monument Valley; Mexican Hat; Marston twins; [Nevills daughter?]; Ed Hudson; rapidrunning; Grand Canyon; Colorado River; Green River; "Wen"; "Sandra"; "Joan"; horses; Joseph Desloge; lining, Cedar Breaks?; San Juan River; Vaseys Paradise?; insects; lizards; birds, Flaming Gorge?]
 

R032 032

Time code: 05:20:25
Running time: 31:56 min.

Contents:

"(Esmerda [sic] - Cuts & Mixed Oar[?] Film)"; 1945, 1946?, 1947?, & 1950. Running rapids in Grand Canyon - river and canyon scenes - SOS sign - Supai (Havasu) - night fire - "Esmeralada II" - helicopters - aerial views - desert views - various people, including Margaret Marston and Ros Johnson - clouds - rapids - snowy mountains - wrecked boat - map of Clolorado/Green River basin - school house - Green River scenery? - lining - man floating through rapids - camp scenes - Lake Mead? - Grand Canyon rim - flash flood waterfall - waterfall - sunset. [entries: "Esmeralda II"; 1945 expedition; 1950 expedition; 1946 expedition?; 1947 expedition?; Grand Canyon; Colorado River; Supai; helicopters; aerial views; Margaret Marston; Rosalind Johnson; wrecked boat; Green River?; lining; swimming rapids; Lake Mead; Grand Canyon; South Rim; waterfall; motorboats; Bright Angel Bridge; Bill Belknap; Ed Hudson; Willie Taylor; Otis Marston; Joseph Desloge; aerial views; oarboats; sadirons; "Joan"; dories; Norman Nevills; Marston twins; Confluence of Green and Grand rivers; Green River; Grand River; Split Mountain; Arizona Helicopter Service; Vaseys Paradise; Marble Canyon]
 

R033 036

Time code: 09:09:42
Running time: 31:56 min.

Contents:

"River Course - Bridges (R of R Reel I Part One Master Pix Heads)": 1945?, 1947, 1948, & 1950? Title, "So Granma Rides the Rapids of the Grand Canyon: - map - San Francisco - snowy mountains - Green River from Flaming Gorge to Confluence - Colorado River from Confluence to Lake Mead - cable - Grand Canyon views - aerial views - volcanic eruptions - desert and canyon views - Hoover Dam - rapids - map - bridges - arches. [entries: San Francisco; "So Granma Rides the Rapids of the Grand Canyon"; Green River; Flaming Gorge; Confluence of Green and Grand rivers; Colorado River; Cataract Canyon; Lake Mead; Grand Canyon; aerial views; volcanoes; Hoover Dam; arches; bridges; cable cars; Golden Gate Bridge; San Rafael Bridge?; Francis P. Farquhar?; Nevills Expedition; "Wen"; Green River; Ashley Falls?; Split Mountain; Shiprock [or Echo?]; Dinosaur National Monument; Green River, Utah?; Glen Canyon?; Hole in the Rock; Dock Marston; Navajo Mountain?; Vermillion Cliffs; Lees Ferry; Marble Canyon; Vaseys Paradise?; cable across Marble Canyon; dam camp; bridge; Angels Wing; Phantom Ranch; Inner Granite Gorge; rapids; Norm Nevills; motorboats; Little Colorado River?; church; cascade; waterfall; lava flows; Hawaii; Joseph Desloge; Diamond Peak?; high tension electric transmission lines; hand cable; foot bridge; bridge at Moab?; Navajo Bridge; Bright Angel Bridge; Bright Angel or Kaibab trail; ruins of cage cable; arches (various, identify); natural bridges (various, identify); Rainbow Bridge; airplane]
 

R034 039

Time code: 00:33:00
Running time: 07:56 min.

Contents:

"G.C. Cuts, 1948": 1945?, 1947, & 1948. San Francisco - pack train through tunnel - arch - map - "River ways of Rapidsmen..." - rapids - camp scenes - Grand Canyon views - on the river - Garth and rattlesnake - Rainbow Bridge - "Arches National Monument" title - cliff dwellings - fossil. [entries: Grand Canyon; San Francisco; cable cars; (bridge, identify?); Golden Gate Bridge; Bright Angel Trail?; (arch, identify?); "Riverways of Rapidsmen"; Garth Marston; Anne Desloge; rattlesnake; Rainbow Bridge; Otis Marston; Rosalind Johnson?; boat, wrecked; Marston twin; "Joan"; Angel's Wing?; Oakland Bay Bridge; fossil; "Arches National Monument"; Al Milotte?]
 

R035 030

Time code: 03:44:30
Running time: 11:42 min.

Contents:

"1948 G.C. Cuts": 1945?, 1947, & 1948. Running rapids - rapids - San Francisco - woman typing - Lake Mead - Nevills - Vulcan's Forge - canyon and river scenes - high tension wires - waterfall - rafting rapids - Hoover Dam - amphibian airplane - Pathe-Bray inscription - lining - rattlesnake - Powell sign - buffalo. [entries: 1948 expedition; 1947 expedition; rapidrunning; San Francisco; Lake Mead; Norman Nevills; Vulcan's Forge; high tension electric transmission lines; waterfall; Hoover Dam; amphibian airplane; inscription, Pathe-Bray; Pathe-Bray expedition; lining; rattlesnake; bison; swimming rapids; oarboats; sadirons; "Sandra"; Nevills Expedition; "Joan"; Garth Marston; "Wen"; Otis Marston; Joseph Desloge; "Mexican Hat II"; Anne Desloge?; cat: inscription, Amos Burg; Amos Burg; cable car; John Wesley Powell sign]
 

R036 037

Time code: 10:24:10
Running time: 08.56 min.

Contents:

"(Mixed River Footage)": 1946-1948 & 1951? Loel and Maradel Marston - boats landing - Rainbow Bridge - map of Colorado/Green River system - unidentified people - travertine falls - mine - rapids - water fight - motor cruiser "Hae Dae" - wind on sand bank - map of Snake/Salmon River system - boats hauled on highway - San Francisco - rattlesnake - Navajo Bridge from below - canyon and river scenes [entries: Marston twins; Rainbow Bridge; Travertine Falls; "Hae Dae"; motorboats; San Francisco; rattlesnake; Navajo Bridge; Margaret Marston; Snake or Salmon River?; sadirons; oarboats; Nevills Expedition; "Mexican Hat II"; Rosalind Johnson; Colorado River; Grand Canyon; Garth Marston; mining; Norm Nevills; Lake Mead; Bruce Wilson; Marble Canyon]
 

R037 032

Time code: 05:52:21
Running time: 04:30 min.

Contents:

"Rej., G.C. & Snake - No. 4": 1946 & 1948. Canyon and river views, Snake and Dolores Rivers - rapids - camp scenes - Indian rock inscriptions - San Francisco - Hoover Dam - rattlesnake. [entries: 1946 Snake expedition; 1948 expedition; Snake River; Dolores River; Indian petroglyphs; San Francisco; Hoover Dam; rattlesnake; Grand Canyon; Colorado River; Nevills Expedition; "Mexican Hat II"; "Joan"; Norman Nevills; sadirons; oarboats; cable cars; Pres Walker and wife; Margaret Marston; aerial views]
 

R038 039

Time code: 00:40:56
Running time: 06:14 min.

Contents:

"(Miscl. River Footage)": 1946 & 1949. Canyon views - "Esmeralda II" at dock, 1949, Lake Mead: - bailing - Lake Mead? marina - antelope? - snowy mountains - East Gate Store - Loel and Maradel Marston - washing dishes - running rapids, 1946? - camp scenes. [entries: Zion National Park; Lake Mead; Lake Mead, marina; "Esmeralda II"; Ed Hudson; Otis Marston; Margaret Marston; Marston twins; pronghorn antelope?; motorboats; East Gate Store; rapidrunning]
 

R039 037

Time code: 10:33:06
Running time: 13:29 min.

Contents:

"G.C. Cuts, 1948": 1947 & 1948. Marston loading camera - aerial views of Lake Mead?- skeleton - rapids - Colorado River views - Vermillion Cliffs? - buffalo - airplane - canyon views - fires - camp scenes - bridge - Galloway letter - Kolb and Eddy inscriptions - fossil - Nevills - Vasey's Paradise? [entries: Dock Marston; aerial views; Lake Mead; skeleton; Colorado River; Vermillion Cliffs; bison; airplane; Nathaniel Galloway; inscription, Kolb Bros.; Kolb brothers; Clyde Langston Eddy; inscription, Clyde Eddy; fossils; Norm Nevills; Vaseys Paradise?; Marble Canyon; Garth Marston; rapidrunning; "Sandra"; "Mexican Hat II"; sadirons; oarboats; Grand Canyon; Redwall Cavern; Anne Desloge; Al Milotte?; Nancy Streator; Navajo Bridge; Hoover Dam; lining; Nevills Expedition; Joseph Desloge]
 

R040 038

Time code: 11:00:00
Running time: 05:12 min.

Contents:

"(Trim from Proj Copy II: Granma rides - Oar lock - waves - Trav. Fall)": 1947 & 1948. Running rapids - Margaret Marston running rapids - rapids - travertine falls - camp scenes - amphibian airplane - Hoover Dam. [entries: Travertine Falls; rapidrunning;Margaret Marston; airplane; Hoover Dam; Colorado River; Inner Granite Gorge; Anne Desloge; Grand Canyon; sadirons; oarboats; Nevills Expedition; "Sandra"; Norm Nevills; airplane]
 

R041 041

Time code: 00:52:05
Running time: 00:42 min.

Contents:

"The Dance - Rough Riders - Title": 1940s. Titles, including "The Dance," "Rough Riders," "The Travelers," and "Tally Ho."
 

R042 023

Time code: 20:00:00
Running time: 51:20 min.

Contents:

"Canyon Country: Bridges; ruins; Indians; Mormons; gold; oil - Faded - Anscochrome": Mid 1940s. "Whistling thru the graveyard of the Colorado River" title - map - views of the tributary basins of the Dirty Devil, Escalante, Paria, San Juan, and Little Colorado rivers - Glen Canyon - arches - Indian dwellings, ruins, and drawings - Indians - inscriptions - mining ruins and machinery. [entries: Canyonlands?; "Whistling Thru the Graveyard of the Colorado River"; Colorado River; Glen Canyon; airplane; Nevills Expedition; Mexican Hat; Otis Marston; waterfalls; arches (identify); Arches National Monument; Rainbow Bridge; Marston twins; Norman Nevills; Indian dwellings; Indian petroglyphs; Indian pottery; Indian hogan; Garth Marston; flowers; lizard; Margaret Marston; Doris Drown Nevills; Indian pueblo; Pueblo Indians?; horses; Indian dancers and musicians; Inscriptions (1642, 1837); Ed Hudson; "Rainbow T???"; (Hole in the Rock down to river?); horses; Bryce Canyon; oil equipment; Cane Creek Oil Co. well;]
 

R043 022

Time code: 19:49:43
Running time: 09:17 min.

Contents:

"Colorado R. - 1942 - Moving": 1942. Marble and Grand canyons - canyon and river scenes with titles - camp scenes - lining and portaging boats - running rapids. [entries: Colorado River; 1942 expedition; Marble Canyon; Grand Canyon; rapidrunning; lining; Otis Marston; waterfall (Deer Creek?); Garth Marston; Norman Nevills; Bruce Wilson; sadirons; oarboats; Nevills Expedition; "Mexican Hat II"; "Wen"; "Joan"]
 

R044 039

Time code: 00:47:10
Running time: 07:13 min.

Contents:

"Master not used - No. 2 (G.C, Rejects, 1942+)": 1942. Camp scenes - Garth Marston and Bruce Wilson - running rapids - river scenes - on train. [entries: river-running; Garth Marston; Grand Canyon; Bruce Wilson; Colorado River; Nevills Expedition; sadirons; boat, oar; railroad]
 

R045 009

Time code: 06:32:00
Running time: 31:47 min.

Contents:

"1942 G.C. 2-42 (trim from 1942 G.C.) (Colorado River 1942 (trim), Reel 2)": 1942 (possible one or two scenes from 1944 and 1945). Inside the film can are detailed, accurate scene notes. Covers Marston's trip with Nevills through the Grand Canyon in July 1942. [entries: sadirons; boats, oar; "Mexican Hat II"; "Wen"; Nevills"; "Joan"; July 1942 Grand Canyon trip; Ed Hudson; Norm Nevills; Desert View; Indians, dancing at rim of Grand Canyon; Grand Canyon; Marble Canyon; tourism; Santa Fe Railway train; Needles?, bridge; Grand Canyon, South Rim; Marston, Otis; Garth Marston; Bruce Wilson; Vasey's Paradise; Deer Creek Falls?; Havasu; River Rats, initiation; Lake Mead; Bright Angel Lodge; Hermit Creek] [CHECK END]
 

R046 010

Time code: 07:11:27
Running time: 38:19 min.

Contents:

"San Juan River, 1944. cinematography by Dock Marston": 1944. "Down the San Juan & Colorado Rivers" title, covering the trip of Otis, Loel, and Maradel Marston from Mexican Hat to Lees Ferry in June 1944, including Rainbow Bridge. [entries: Norm Nevills; Marston twins; Otis Marston; San Juan River; Glen Canyon; Mexican Hat; Rainbow Bridge; Navajo Mountain; Colorado River]
 

R047 035

Time code: 08:19:29
Running time: 08:01 min.

Contents:

"San Juan Reject": 1944. Enclosed scene notes state: "arches - flowers - Mon. Valley - Bluff - Mex. Hat - Norm takes off for Syncline - syncline bailing - Navaho; Rainbow Bridge." Loading cars - spires and other rock formations - arches - flowers - ranch and school - Mexican Hat - Monument Valley - Loel and Maradel Marston - camp scenes - Nevills boats on river - running rapids - Marston bailing - atop Rainbow Bridge. [entries: San Juan River; 1944 San Juan expedition; arches [identify]; flowers; Monument Valley; Bluff; Mexican Hat; Norm Nevills; Syncline; Rainbow Bridge; rapidrunning; Otis Marston; sadirons; oarboats; Marston twins; auto bridge; Utah; Nevills Expedition; Glen Canyon?]
 

R048 011

Time code: 08:00:00
Running time: 39:00 min.

Contents:

"Moab to Lee's Ferry, 1945": 1945. Covers the trip of the Marston family with Nevills through Cataract, Narrow, and Glen Canyons in 1945. [entries: Cataract Canyon; Narrow Canyon; Glen Canyon; Otis Marston; Marston twins; Ed Hudson; Norm Nevills; Margaret Marston; sadirons]
 

R049 035

Time code: 08:27:30

Contents:

"1945 Cataract Reject": 1945. Enclosed scene notes state: "Glen C. scenes - air views, underexposed - Glen C scene - boat runs rapid to L - Glen C scene - water from boat - Gregory Arch - Glen C scene - Dellenbaugh name - Moab bridge - Norm & names Dark C. - camp on beach - Glen C. scene - names, Dark C. - camp on rock ledge - Glen C. scenes - Dark C. names - Wayne & Ed drift - fossils - dinosaur bones - sign, Elephant Feet - Glen Canyon butte - Glen C scene - water pattern - fossils, Glen C scene - Norm's car crosses hat bridge - water at shore - gorge at Dark Canyon." [entries: 1945 Cataract expedition; Glen Canyon; aerial views; rapidrunning; Gregory Arch; Moab bridge; Dark Canyon; fossils; Mexican Hat bridge; Colorado River; Cataract Canyon; oarboats]
 

R050 029

Contents:

"1945 Cataract Reject": 1945. Enclosed scene notes state: "Boat floats: Glen Canyon - overhanging rock: mouth Escalante - Glen Canyon scene: overcast - pan down rock cliff - Marg. climbs down to river - Wayne, Norm & Twin: preparation for dinner - Glen C. scene: short - dip up water in glass - Ed on stern - Quill? Arch in shadow - ditto light - climb down from Corona - pan Corona - tiny arch near Moab? - cave - shaky canyon scenes - haul boat to river at Hat - tip boat off trailer - whirls - Thumb[?] of rock in Wall St. - M[arston] walks up steps at Hole in Rock - flash flood - Indian picture of dancer - wrecked water wheel - Mex. Hat Lodge - boats below; take off p Rainbow Arch [many scenes] - plaque - Norm lies on top - Norm and girls on top - wave - Water waves - Marg. & dinosaur bones - Glen C. scenes - air views - flash flood."
 

R051 031

Time code: 04:53:00
Running time: 07:23 min.

Contents:

"1945 Cataract Reject": 1945. Enclosed scene notes, which are not complete, state: "Glen C. scenes - 2 boats run in Cat - bluff in Glen C - butte in Glen C. - Glen C. scenes & water patterns - cave - 2 boats drift - water patterns - eating - Echo Rock - swim - bridge at Hat- Norm on cable - kids on cable - hermitage - water wheel - Hole in Rock - river & cliff on R. - swim - Rainbow - Navaho Mnt. - plaque at [Rainbow] bridge - Bridge." Most faded. [entries: 1945 expedition; Glen Canyon; Colorado River; Cataract Canyon; Echo Rock; Mexican Hat Bridge; Mexican Hat; Norman Nevills; waterwheel; Hole in the Rock; Rainbow Bridge; Navajo Mountain; Rainbow Bridge plaque; Marston twins; oarboats; rapidrunning; sadirons; Nevills Expedition; Ed Hudson; Nevills children; cabin; Otis Marston]
 

R052 039

Time code: 00:54:23
Running time: 11:19 min.

Contents:

"1946 - Nevada - Idaho - Rubies[?] - Rocks - Crater[?] - (Nevada - City of Rocks - Craters - Arco Arch? - Balanced Rock"): 1946. Sutro Tunnel - Maradel and Loel Marston - arches and rocks - mountain and meadow views - flowers - cinder cones. [entries: Nevada; Idaho; Sutro Tunnel; Marston twins; Margaret Marston; (arches, identify?, Arco Arch?); City of Rocks?; Balanced Rock? volcanos]
 

R053 006

Time code: 01:59:40
Running time: 21:50 min.

Contents:

"800' Jet T.V. Koda Print "Hell's Canyon Marston" - Hells Can. TV copy 800": 1946. Film for television showing trip by Nevills and Marston family down Hell's Canyon of the Snake River. Narrated by Steve Brodie. Shown on "High Road to Danger," Jan. 22, 1957. [entries: "Hells Canyon Marston"; Snake River; Hells Canyon; sadirons; boats, oar; "Wen"; "Joan"; "Mexican Hat II"; "Mystery Canyon"; (lava beds?); Brownlee Ferry; Norm Nevills; Kent Frost; Pres Walker; Neal Wilson; Howard Welty; (Ferris & Harry Dodge?); George Fletcher; Otis Marston; Margaret Marston; Marston twins; Salmon River, mouth; Nevills Expedition; swallows; snakes; deer; petroglyphs; inscriptions, Indian; airplane; One Way Club]
 

R054 001

Time code: 00:59:55

Contents:

"Great Shakes of a Snake's Tale - Projection": 1946. "Great Shakes of a Snake Tale" - hauling boats - map - volcanic rock formations - aerial views - Balanced Rock - waterskiing - cascades - waterfall - boats at shore - Indian rock drawings - ferry (Brownlee?) - loading boat - boats on river - camp scenes - running rapids - bailing - swallow nests and young - flowers and insects - rattlesnake: free, caught, held, dead - canyon scenes - fawn - low airplane - Lewiston? - tip out - One Way Club certificates.
 

R055 033

Time code: 06:00:00
Running time: 13:34 min.

Contents:

"Snake R. Trim - Master (Roll 3 - High Road to Danger)": 1946. Junction Snake and Salmon rivers - plane - camp scenes - swallows - insects - flowers - rattlesnake - canyon and river scenes - deer - launching site - various people - One Way Club certificate - snowy scenes - waterfalls - "Great Shakes of a Snake Tale" title - hauling boats on road - maps of Snake and Salmon river basin - volcanic rock formations - aerial views - waterskiing on lake - cascades - ferry (Brownlee?) - people sleeping - hydroelectric plant - clouds - Indian rock drawings - ranch house. [entries: Snake River; 1946 Snake expedition; Junction Snake and Salmon rivers; Salmon River; airplanes; swallows; insects; flowers; rattlesnake; deer; One Way Club; waterfalls; "Great Shakes of a Snake Tale"; aerial views; waterskiing; ferry (Brownlee?); Indian petroglyphs; oarboats; sadirons; Nevills Expedition; bees; Margaret Marston; Pres Walker; Marston twins; Otis Marston; "Joan"; Norman Nevills; (dam at cascade, identify); Lewiston?, Idaho]
 

R056 033

Time code: 06:13:34
Running time: 11.00 min.

Contents:

"(Snake River Reject)": 1946. Canyon views - sky - river views - launching - camp scenes - Nevills boats - painted rock designs - wreckage - Hi.Wa.Inn - airpalne - aerial view - road - "Great Shakes of a Snake Tale" title - flowers - people sleeping - bridge - Indian rock drawings waterfall. [entries: 1946 Snake expedition; Snake River; sadirons; oarboats; Nevills Expedition; wrecked boats; Hi.Wa.Inn - airplane aerial views; "Great Shakes of a Snake Tale"; flowers; bridge (identify); Indian petroglyphs; waterfall; Confluence Snake and Salmon rivers?; Lewiston, Idaho?; Norman Nevills; airplane; flowers; Pres Walker; Marston twins; "Mexican Hat II"; waterfall/cascade]
 

R057 033

Time code: 06:24:34
Running time: 11:13 min.

Contents:

Untitled: 1946. Enclosed scene notes, not entirely accurate, state; "Hi trestle - watermelon - flowers - boats on Snake - shooting - Norm flies... - Cert at Lewiston - hi trestle - camp scenes - goats - camp scenes - swallow nests - loading boats on trailer - boats on highway - Payette lake water skiing - upper Snake from plane - Bruneau - running Salmon River Rapid - Salmon River farm - smashed boat - tent." [entries: 1946 Snake expedition; watermelon; flowers; Snake River Norman Nevills; Lewiston, Idaho; mountain sheep; rapidrunning; Salmon River; wrecked boat; Marston twins; "Mystery Canyon"; sadirons, oarboats; firearms; airplane; Margaret Marston; "Wen"; Nevills Expedition; birds; waterskiing; motorboats; aerial views; "Mexican Hat II"]
 

R058 033

Time code: 06:35:47
Running time: 07:27 min.

Contents:

Untitled: 1946. Enclosed scene notes state: "Rapids and rocks - Blue canyon shot - Small Arch - Old Ferry - Ranch Bldgs Salmon - Walk up Road - 2 boats thru rapid - M fishes - Junction Middle Fork - Arco - dropping rocks - rapid run - Rocky Rapid, slow - Boats land above - Study rapid - Asotin[?] Park - Rapid on Snake?" [entries: 1946 Salmon expedition?; Salmon River; rapidrunning; Nevills Expedition; sadirons; oarboats; "Mexican Hat II"; Marston twins; Otis Marston; Norman Nevills]
 

R059 033

Time code: 06:43:19
Running time: 07:48 min.

Contents:

"Idaho Reject": 1946. Aerial views - canyon and river scenes - airplane - camp scenes - running rapids - bridges - flowers - cascades - birds - ranch cabin - rattlesnake - unidentified people - Nevills boats - mule? - ferry. [entries: 1946 expedition; airplane; rapidrunning; flowers; cascades; birds; cabin; rattlesnake; sadirons; oarboats; aerial views; Snake River?; "Mexican Hat II"; Marston twins; Pres Walker; bees; Norman Nevills; "Joan"; mule; Salmon River; Kent Frost; Brownlee Ferry?]
 

R060 035

Contents:

Untitled: 1946. Enclosed scene notes state: "Norm puts on life preserver - Canyon scene - Ring bolt - Junction - George dives in - bathing - boats tied to shore - Campfire - Margaret & Howard bail - Canyon shot - Mountain, speeded - Ranch, speeded - Alfalfa - Pres & Neill rest - corner post - pigs - Canyon shot - Waterfall - oar - margaret rides rapid - deer - Bruce rows."
 

R061 036

Time code: 09:00:00
Running time: 09:42 min.

Contents:

Untitled: 1946. Enclosed scene notes state: "Titles - Ferry - Grass-hopper - boats drift at Sw Nest - Lewiston - swallow's nests - Ben overhead - gang on bridge at Riggins - Hell's Canyon Lodge - pat deer - eat at fire - carry dunnage - boats pulled into shore - boats pulled in below rapid - Tom's - M & Howard in boat - Norm with cap & gun - get up at Howard Ranch camp." [entries: 1946 Idaho expedition; Lewiston, ID; ferry; grasshopper; insects; swallow; Riggins bridge; Hell's Canyon Lodge; deer; Norm Nevills; Howard Welty?; Howard Ranch; Snake River; Salmon River; Nevills Expedition; sadirons; oarboats; "Mexican Hat ll"; rapidrunning; Margaret Marston; Press Walker; Kent Frost; airplane; burro; Marston twins]
 

R062 039

Time code: 01:10:40
Running time: 33:54 min.

Contents:

"Great Shakes of a Salmon Tale (1260 ft., 32 min. at 24 frames)": 1946. Nevills Expedition with Marston family down Salmon River in 1946. [entries: Salmon River; airplane; Marston twins; Otis Marston; aerial views; confluence of Snake and Salmon; Pres Walker?; Norm Nevills; Nevills Expedition; "Wen"; boat, oar; sadirons; Bruce Wilson?; river-running; gold panning; "Joan"; horses; Riggins?; "Mystery Canyon"; boat, wrecked; dowsing; dredge;
 

R063 001

Time code: 01:34:40

Contents:

"Salmon River - 1946 (Master) ('Great Shakes of a Salmon Tale')": 1946. Nevills Expedition with Marston family down the Salmon River in 1946.
 

R064 034

Time code: 07:00:00
Running time: 06:53 min.

Contents:

"Idaho Reject": 1946. Camp scenes - dead rattlesnake - "On Idaho's River of No Return" - airplane - birds - river and canyon scenes - Middle Fork of Salmon River - Indianola Ranger Station - Marston family - aerial views - map of trails to California - fishing - map of Snake and Salmon rivers - panning for gold - "Thru Idaho's Wilderness." [entries: Idaho; rattlesnake; "On Idaho's River of No Return"; airplane; birds; Salmon River, Middle Fork; Indianloa Ranger Station; aerial views; "Thru Idaho's Wilderness"; Marston twins; Salmon River; Otis Marston; Margaret Marston; Nevills Expedition; aerial views; rapidrunning; fishing; sadirons; oarboats]
 

R065 034

Time code: 07:06:53
Running time: 13:20 min.

Contents:

"Idaho - 1946 Reject": Aerial views - plane on ground - bridge - running rapids - "Old Toby" plaque - nursing - Nevills with cap and gun - horseback riding - swimming - people, including Loel and Maradel Marston - harvesting vegetables - rapids - Long Tom picnic ground - bird - rattlesnakes - junction - camp scenes - deer - ferry. [entries: 1946 Salmon? expedition; aerial views; airplane; bridge; rapidrunning; "Old Toby" plaque; Norman Nevills; firearms; horses; swimming; Marston twins; rapidrunning; Long Tom Picnic Grounds; birds; rattlesnake; junction (of what?); deer; ferry; Salmon? River; oarboats; sadirons; Nevills Expedition; "Mystery Canyon"; cabin; "Wen"]
 

R066 034

Time code: 07:20:13:
Running time: 08:29 min.

Contents:

"Idaho - 1946": 1946. Enclosed scene notes, incomplete, state: "Rapids, close ups - Fawcett Mon. - Nez[?] Perce Mon. One Way Club Tablets." Trestle - smoke from forest fire? - flowers - camp scenes - Nevills boats - Nez Perce monument - Fosskett plaque - rapids - running rapids - bridge - plaques for One Way Club, March 1946." [entries: 1946 Salmon? expedition; Idaho; Nez Perce Monument; One Way Club; flowers; Nevills Expedition; sadirons; oarboats; William A. Fosskett plaque; rapidrunning; bridge; Pres Walker; Pres Walker; Nevills Expedition; Marston twins; Salmon River?; Kent Frost; Otis Marston]
 

R067 034

Time code: 07:28:42
Running time: 13:01 min.

Contents:

"Idaho -1946 - North Fork-Long Tom": 1946. Concrete bridge - steel bridge - aerial view - North Fork - Lewis & Clark Trail marker - camp scenes - footbridge - river views - running rapids. [entries: 1946 Salmon expedition; Salmon River, North Fork; aerial views; bridge; rapidrunning; Lewis and Clark Trail marker; oarboats; sadirons; Nevills Expedition; "Mexican Hat ll"; Norman Nevills; Pres Walker; Margaret Marston; Marston twins]
 

R068 034

Time code: 07:41:43
Running time: 06:51 min.

Contents:

"Idaho-1946 - Plane-Salmon (Idaho-1946)": 1946. Enclosed scene notes state: "Plane-Salmon, Middle Fork, Riggins, Hells Canyon, Payette." Aerial views of river and mountains - unloading plane - Shenon Hotel. [entries: 1946 Salmon expedition; airplane; Salmon River, Middle Fork; Riggins; Hells Canyon; aerial views; Idaho; Marston twins]
 

R069 034

Time code: 07:48:34
Running time: 09:32 min.

Contents:

"Idaho Rej. (Idaho Rej.: Dodge; Title-Salmon)": 1946. River scenes - rapids - wrecked boats - ranches - various people - dowsing? - baby - Loel and Maradel Marston - arch - bridge - dredge? - flowers - waterfalls - aerial views of canyons - people at pool (Marston's home?) - title "Great Shakes of a Salmon Tale." [entries: 1946 Salmon expedition; wrecked boats; dowsing; Marston twins; arch; bridge; flowers; waterfalls; aerial views; "Great Shakes of a Salmon Tale"; sadirons; oarboats; Nevills Expedition; log cabin; Norman Nevills; Margaret Marston; tadpoles]
 

R070 039

Time code: 01:05:42
Running time: 04:58 min.

Contents:

"Idaho Rows - Masland (Upper Salmon R.)": 1946 (possibly some 1949). Titles - bridge - Idaho maps - iced over river - hills with snow - aerial shots - canyon views - rapids. [entries: Salmon River; Idaho; "Undertones"; "Canyon Capers"; Snake River; Hells Canyon; river-running; sadirons; boat, oar]