Photographs of Ogden Canyon, Ogden Valley, the Hermitage Resort and Southern Utah, circa 1915-1920. Most photographs depict landscape scenes but a few show recreational activities such as sightseeing, fly fishing and swimming. Some photographs come from the Ogden photographic studios of Paul W. Stecher and George W. Goshen. Originally arranged in a scrapbook.; This collection is arrranged by subject group.; Photographs; Fd 1 Fly fishing on the Ogden River; Fd 2 Hermitage Resort; Fd 3 Idlewild Building, Ogden Canyon; Fd 4 Scenes of Ogden Canyon showing road and Ogden River. Some photos from Paul W. Stecher; Fd 5 Ogden Canyon water pipeline and waterfall; Fd 6 Railway line in Ogden Canyon; Fd 7 Utah Power and Light dam and reservoir at the end of Ogden Canyon; Fd 8 Ogden Canyon private residences in various seasonal shots, ca. 1917-1920; Fd 9 People sightseeing in Ogden Canyon, some on the Ogden River; Fd 10 Ogden City, a water hole with boys swimming somewhere west of Ogden City and a photograph of snow covered Wasatch Mountains; Fd 11 Ogden Valley, east of Ogden Canyon; Fd 12 Ogden Valley South Fork area views of tree groves; Fd 13 Photographs of Southern Utah near St. George. Most photos are of Zion National Park area, three show views of the town of Rockville
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