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  • Father Augustine Schwarz Photograph Collection - Collection in the Mountain West Digital Library
    the Franciscan Augustine Schwarz O F M were donated to the Anthropology Department at Arizona State University by a niece Elizabeth M Jones in 1986 and transferred to the Labriola National American Indian Data Center University Libraries Arizona State University in June of 2000 This collection reconstructs the thirty years of Father Augustine s service to his Church through his photographs It contains 163 photographs taken between 1916 and 1940

    Original URL path: http://mwdl.org/collections/1700.php (2016-02-18)
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  • Fife Slide Collection of Western U.S. Vernacular Architecture - Collection in the Mountain West Digital Library
    Search GO Collection Fife Slide Collection of Western U S Vernacular Architecture Published by Utah State University Merrill Cazier Library Mailboxes quilts murals tree bark graffiti fences gravestones and festivals are among the many examples of folklife and material culture visually recorded by folklorists Austin and Alta Fife and presented in this digital collection Slab and bottle fence Utah State University Merrill Cazier Library Browse all records in Fife Slide

    Original URL path: http://mwdl.org/collections/1135.php (2016-02-18)
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  • Flagstaff (AZ) Telephone and City Directories - Collection in the Mountain West Digital Library
    AZ Public Library The Flagstaff City Directories cover Flagstaff from the years of 1929 to 1986 some years are missing They present a slice of life at that time including a brief history of Flagstaff and demographics local attractions clubs and organizations They correlate with a Street and Avenue Guide covering what business or residence is located at each address In addition to providing phone number and street addresses for

    Original URL path: http://mwdl.org/collections/1714.php (2016-02-18)
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  • Flathead and Lincoln Counties (MT) Directories - Collection in the Mountain West Digital Library
    The Flathead and Lincoln Counties Directories Collection consists of 10 R L Polk city directories originally published from 1901 to 1922 The directories cover the geographical area that is now Lincoln Flathead and northern Lake County City directories contain a wealth of information about individuals towns and businesses Information about individuals may include addresses occupations spouses and in some volumes death dates or place of relocation R L Polk Co

    Original URL path: http://mwdl.org/collections/1967.php (2016-02-18)
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  • FolkBistro - Collection in the Mountain West Digital Library
    Collection FolkBistro Published by Utah State University Merrill Cazier Library FolkBistro is a series of podcasts exploring folklore topics These engaging short recordings feature interviews with visiting scholars as well as selections from the Fife Folklore Archives and folklore pedagogy FolkBistro is a production of Utah State University s Merrill Cazier Library in partnership with the USU Folklore Program The host of FolkBistro is Randy Williams Folksong Music Utah State

    Original URL path: http://mwdl.org/collections/1264.php (2016-02-18)
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  • Forest Ranger Daybooks of Aaron P. Christiansen - Collection in the Mountain West Digital Library
    Ranger for the Uintah Forest the daybooks cover 1915 1921 and describe his work activities in both the field and the office Working in the Uintah National Forest Christiansen was required to keep a daily log of his activities these books represent that record Subjects mentioned include timber sales grazing leases road building forest fires and reseeding projects Christiansen spent a great deal of his time in the field primarily

    Original URL path: http://mwdl.org/collections/1789.php (2016-02-18)
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  • Forman Hanna: Selected Photographs from the Arizona State Museum Collection - Collection in the Mountain West Digital Library
    Apache Navajo Hopi and Acoma Indians as presented here are set in their villages and surroundings and document their ways of life and the native architecture of the early to mid 1900s Many of his photographs of native peoples were candid shots where he sought to capture aspects of quotidian Native American life This demonstrates his desire to preserve the way of life of these Native peoples as well as how interesting he found their lifestyles Hanna also documented the cowboy lifestyle as he feared it would soon disappear altogether Cattle drives horsemanship and the picturesque attire of the cowboys were aspects of the cowboy of the early 20th century that Hanna strived to preserve through his photographs Hanna found the landscape of the Southwest fascinating Unique rock formations made by wind and water erosion canyon walls and desert vegetation were transformed into people and human made objects though Hanna s lens For Hanna photography was a means of sharing the wonders of the people and landscape around him He wanted those who viewed his photographs to share in the pleasure he felt when he took them At one stage in his life Hanna photographed nudes in a small canyon

    Original URL path: http://mwdl.org/collections/1692.php (2016-02-18)
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  • Fort Missoula Alien Detention Center Camp Collection - Collection in the Mountain West Digital Library
    Chief Supervisor of Border Patrol Immigration and Naturalization Service Details are provided about the construction of new facilities the renovation of existing facilities the securing of supplies including vaccinations clothing and food and other logistics such as sanitation and entertainment Some documents include personal information about the detainees including name rank age hometown and marital status Some of the documents also relate to provisioning Fort Lincoln just south of Bismarck North Dakota Between 1941 and 1944 the ADC held 1 200 non military Italian men 1 000 Japanese resident aliens 23 German resident aliens and 123 Japanese Latin and South Americans The 1 200 Italian men were merchant seamen World s Fair employees and the crew of an Italian luxury liner seized in the Panama Canal Many of the Italians who referred to the Fort as Bella Vista spent the war as paid laborers replacing American men working in forestry farms the sugar beet industry and constructing Highway 12 Following the bombing of Pearl Harbor on December 7 1941 the FBI arrested more than a 1 000 of the most prominent Japanese leaders on the west coast as potential security risks Ultimately over 1 000 Japanese men all resident aliens barred by law from American citizenship were held at Fort Missoula for loyalty hearings None was ever charged with any act of disloyalty but all were held at Fort Missoula or other camps for the duration of the war A handful of German resident aliens were held for short periods at Fort Missoula although most were held at Fort Lincoln in Bismarck North Dakota The 123 men of Japanese ancestry from Latin and South America mostly Peru were a very small part of several thousand held primarily at the Santa Fe camp or at Crystal City Texas The documents in

    Original URL path: http://mwdl.org/collections/1979.php (2016-02-18)
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