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1 Store at Hole-in-the-Rock. "Some twenty years ago a man kept this little store. His chief merchandise was tobacco. His only customers, Indians from Navajo Mountain!"P0194 Hole-in-the-Rock Photograph Collectionp0194n01_01_01
2 Mute Reminders of Mormon Road Building! "Holes drilled by hand in slopping rock- Pegs driven into the holes, Brush and logs against the pegs- Loose rock and dirt against the brush- And, behold, a Roadway!"P0194 Hole-in-the-Rock Photograph Collectionp0194n01_01_03
3 2000 feet above the River- Cottonwood Canyon in the background. "How the pioneers must have felt when they first stood at the top of Hole-in-the-Rock and saw this view!"P0194 Hole-in-the-Rock Photograph Collectionp0194n01_01_04
4 "Mormon Dugways," said one old pioneer, "were something like the cowboy's beefsteak. Just done enough to eat raw!"P0194 Hole-in-the-Rock Photograph Collectionp0194n01_01_05
5 "Right at the Top. The stone steps cut by the pioneers to give their horses better footing! What were a few jolts on stone steps compared to surer footing for the team!"P0194 Hole-in-the-Rock Photograph Collectionp0194n01_01_08
6 Up near the top. "Just room enough to get a wagon through if you greased the sides of the box!"P0194 Hole-in-the-Rock Photograph Collectionp0194n01_01_10
7 Survivors of Hole-in-the-Rock. Kumen Jones, seated, drove the first wagon down through the great crack. Standing, from left to right: George Adams (?), Anie Neilson (?), Mrs. Adams, Mary Jane Perkins Wilson of Monticello, Utah, Delia Perkins, Jennie Decker Wood, Mrs. Nielson (?), Mrs. Sarah Perkins, and C.E. Walton.P0194 Hole-in-the-Rock Photograph Collectionp0194n01_01_14
8 The Twists of the San Juan River- From the top of Grey Mesa- Monument Valley can be seen in the hazy background.P0194 Hole-in-the-Rock Photograph Collectionp0194n01_01_16
9 Down through Cottonwood Canyon to the River. "The naked rocks looked like a great head of mile-high elephants crowded in a huge pasture!"P0194 Hole-in-the-Rock Photograph Collectionp0194n01_01_22
10 Approaching the Slick Rocks- Grey Mesa (Wild Horse Mesa, to Zane Grey) in the background. "It was off this Mesa the pioneers had to find a way- mountain goats showed them where!"P0194 Hole-in-the-Rock Photograph Collectionp0194n01_01_23
11 The horse didn't want to swim- First horse failed but second succeeded. 82 wagons crossed. "First try he pulled the old boat back to shore- second try, the current swept them down around the first great bend. The horse swam round and round the boat. He was finally turned loose to save him from drowning. The third try with a different horse, was successful. Both boat and horse crossed all right. What a place to take 82 wagons across!"P0194 Hole-in-the-Rock Photograph Collectionp0194n01_01_24
12 Dugway in the Slick Rocks. "Where all the wagons got down, but not each in one piece!"P0194 Hole-in-the-Rock Photograph Collectionp0194n01_01_02
13 Hole-in-the-RockP0194 Hole-in-the-Rock Photograph Collectionp0194n01_01_06
14 "Down through the Hole. What a sight to face a driver!"P0194 Hole-in-the-Rock Photograph Collectionp0194n01_01_07
15 Up through the HoleP0194 Hole-in-the-Rock Photograph Collectionp0194n01_01_09
16 Richardson and Whittaker - Pioneers of 1939. "They slept in their shirts and left their razors in Blanding!"P0194 Hole-in-the-Rock Photograph Collectionp0194n01_01_11
17 Jim Mike - Ute Discoverer of Rainbow Bridge. "He didn't go for 'picture man!'"P0194 Hole-in-the-Rock Photograph Collectionp0194n01_01_12
18 The Slick RocksP0194 Hole-in-the-Rock Photograph Collectionp0194n01_01_13
19 Desert Sand between Lake Gulch and Greenwater SpringP0194 Hole-in-the-Rock Photograph Collectionp0194n01_01_15
20 Naked Rock and Lake GulchP0194 Hole-in-the-Rock Photograph Collectionp0194n01_01_17
21 The Desert buries its own dead- The dead furnishes its own headstone!P0194 Hole-in-the-Rock Photograph Collectionp0194n01_01_18
22 "Zeke takes on a little nourishment!"P0194 Hole-in-the-Rock Photograph Collectionp0194n01_01_19
23 Lunch time under a Cedar. "And keep your boots off the tablecloth," said Zeke. "It's not good manners."P0194 Hole-in-the-Rock Photograph Collectionp0194n01_01_20
24 Sleep is sweet on clean solid rock. "We could sleep anywhere after a day in the saddle!"P0194 Hole-in-the-Rock Photograph Collectionp0194n01_01_21
25 Ready to try a crossing of the RiverP0194 Hole-in-the-Rock Photograph Collectionp0194n01_01_25
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