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August 1942. "Dillon, Montana. Street corner. Dillon is the trading center for a prosperous cattle and sheep country." The cafe seen earlier here. Medium-format nitrate negative by Russell Lee for the Office of War Information.

August 1942. "Dillon, Montana. Street corner. Dillon is the trading center for a prosperous cattle and sheep country." The cafe seen earlier here. Medium-format nitrate negative by Russell Lee for the Office of War Information.

This is claimed to be the first train to arrive in Salt Lake City. On it were guests from Ogden invited to the 1870 ceremony formally completing the pioneer Utah Central railroad, a local project built entirely by local labor and credited with being "the only railroad west of the Missouri river that has been built entirely without government subsidies." The ceremony featured Brigham Young driving the last spike on Jan. 10, 1870. Later the Utah Central became part of the Union Pacific…

This is claimed to be the first train to arrive in Salt Lake City. On it were guests from Ogden invited to the 1870 ceremony formally completing the pioneer Utah Central railroad, a local project built entirely by local labor and credited with being "the only railroad west of the Missouri river that has been built entirely without government subsidies." The ceremony featured Brigham Young driving the last spike on Jan. 10, 1870. Later the Utah Central became part of the Union Pacific…

Geneva Steel, in Vineyard, Utah, under construction in 1942. The plant was built to produce steel for the war effort.  Courtesy Library of Congress

Geneva Steel, in Vineyard, Utah, under construction in 1942. The plant was built to produce steel for the war effort. Courtesy Library of Congress

Brigham City, Utah, Indian boarding school in use until 1984.  "The Intermountain Indian School was originally the Bushnell Army Hospital, which was open from 1942 to 1946."  After the hospital closed, Navajo youth were bussed in from Arizona beginning in 1950.  Caption information from Wikipedia at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intermountain_Indian_School

Brigham City, Utah, Indian boarding school in use until 1984. "The Intermountain Indian School was originally the Bushnell Army Hospital, which was open from 1942 to 1946." After the hospital closed, Navajo youth were bussed in from Arizona beginning in 1950. Caption information from Wikipedia at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intermountain_Indian_School

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