A Colorful History: Black Rock’s History and Graffiti Woes

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Christopher W. Merritt, Ph.D. Utah State Historic Preservation Officer  It is unclear when the first human laid eyes upon the geological oddity now called “Black Rock” on the southern shores of the Great Salt Lake. But it was likely a Native American from the Paleoindian or Early Archaic period, evidence …

Manuscripts Collection

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Researchers wishing to cite a collection should include the following information :(title of work), Utah State Historical Society. For example : The Allan Kent Powell Research Collection, circa 1850-2012, Utah State Historical Society. Rights Statement Unless otherwise specified, the manuscript collections are the physical property of the Utah State Historical Society, …

Architectural Drawings Collection

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Researchers wishing to cite a collection should include the following information :(title of work), Utah State Historical Society. For example : Sullivan-Tallon House, Restoration and Remodel, Utah State Historical Society. Rights Statement Unless otherwise specified, the architectural drawings collections are the physical property of the Utah State Historical Society, Salt Lake …

Audio Visual Collection

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Researchers wishing to cite a collection should include the following information :(title of work), Utah State Historical Society. For example : The Shiplers Commercial Photographers Collection, 1903-1980, Utah State Historical Society. Rights Statement Unless otherwise specified, the audio-visual collections are the physical property of the Utah State Historical Society, Salt Lake …