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Nevills Mexican Hat Lodge beside the San Juan River, opened in 1933. Interior, fireplace.

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Title Nevills Mexican Hat Lodge beside the San Juan River, opened in 1933. Interior, fireplace.
Photo Number P0341n01_21_05
Description Photo shows the fireplace inside the Mexican Hat Lodge (opened 1933 by William and Norman Nevills) at Mexican Hat, San Juan County, Utah
Keywords Lodges (public accommodations); Mexican Hat Lodge (Utah); Mexican Hat (Utah); Stone buildings; Masonry; Fireplaces; Architectural elements; San Juan River (Colorado-Utah); Goosenecks; Buttes; Monument Valley (Arizona and Utah); Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park (Arizona and Utah)
Subject Mexican Hat Lodge (Utah)--Photographs; Fireplaces--Photographs; Hotels--Utah--Mexican Hat--Photographs; Tourist camps, hostels, etc.--Utah--Mexican Hat--Photographs
Additional Information William Nevills came to Mexican Hat in the 1920s to work in the San Juan oil field. His son Norman joined him in 1928. The oil boom didn't last and the family turned to other work to make a living. They turned their former oil camp into a tourist inn, and it eventually became the headquarters for Norm's river-running operation, Nevill Expeditions
Spatial Coverage Mexican Hat (Utah); San Juan County (Utah)
Latitude 37.15
Longitude -109.85
Collection Number and Name P0341 Norman D. and Doris Nevills Photograph Collection
Collection Name Norman D. and Doris Nevills
Owning Institution Multimedia Archives, Special Collections, J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah
Donated By/Purchased From Gift of daughters Joan Nevills-Staveley and Sandra Nevills Reiff in 1988.
Rights http://rightsstatements.org/vocab/InC/1.0/
Type Image
Finding Aid http://content.lib.utah.edu/cdm/ref/collection/UU_EAD/id/2508
ARK ark:/87278/s6h42h0h
Setname uum_map_rr
Date Created 2018-05-31
Date Modified 2018-05-31
ID 1327418
Reference URL https://collections.lib.utah.edu/ark:/87278/s6h42h0h
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