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1 "The 'Kaffir Snake Boy' in the snake park at P.E. February 6, 1924. How would you enjoy this?"P0793 Miles Pratt Romney Photograph Collectionp0793n02_01_18
2 Portrait of Dora Wilcken Pratt, mother of Anna Amelia.P0793 Miles Pratt Romney Photograph Collectionp0793n01_08_01
3 "Picture of inside of hall at Joburg taken by Elder Clayton. Shows the doors on the left leads to the house part."P0793 Miles Pratt Romney Photograph Collectionp0793n02_04_14
4 "In order front to back: W. Hutchins of Springville, W. Knight of Lehi, H.S. Baker of SLC, S.J. Saunders of SLC, M.P. Romney of SLC, K.D. Wright of SLC, P. Thorne of Springville, S.S. Crane of Pocatello, S.P. Jensen of SLC, W.Y. Clayton of SLC, K.D. Hunir of SLC, K. Woodruff of SLC, C.S. Rockwood of SLC, C. Landerende of SLC, C.A. Gray of Provo, M. Alfred of Ephriam, G. Mortinson of Riverton, George Pragmire of Pocatello, H.W. Sissiano of Pocatello."P0793 Miles Pratt Romney Photograph Collectionp0793n02_02_09
5 "English football togs, some class eh? Going to create a sensation wearing them on the field at home." July 30, 1924.P0793 Miles Pratt Romney Photograph Collectionp0793n02_02_11
6 These are the cabinets in the bedroom. The other bedroom has the same except the linen closet on the side. I made the whole thing with the exception of the doors. So don't say we have rotten carpenters in South Africa, they didn't do it. I didn't find it hard except the drawers and I spoiled one. You can hook a team of horses to them."P0793 Miles Pratt Romney Photograph Collectionp0793n02_04_13
7 "Kaffir country. Notice the huts all over the hillsides - mud walls with thatched roofs all circular. They don't know how to make corners."P0793 Miles Pratt Romney Photograph Collectionp0793n02_01_15
8 Maximo Castillo.P0793 Miles Pratt Romney Photograph Collectionp0793n01_14_11
9 "This is Mt. Tahoe, about a mile and a half above our camp."P0793 Miles Pratt Romney Photograph Collectionp0793n01_11_09
10 Photographs from the Manuscript "Mormon Towns and Trails: Followed by Gaskell Romney, with his parents in the 1880's and with his children in 1941" - Father's (Gaskell Romney) home and birth place in St. George, built by grandfather Miles P. Romney."P0793 Miles Pratt Romney Photograph Collectionp0793n01_12_02
11 "Thursday October 16, 1924. Building arch for fireplace." identified figures: Elder BallardP0793 Miles Pratt Romney Photograph Collectionp0793n02_04_07
12 "The second day on the building. You can get a good idea of the house plan from this. Wednesday October 15, 1924."P0793 Miles Pratt Romney Photograph Collectionp0793n02_04_05
13 "Single door opens from living room and double doors open into church. You can see how it is arranged by looking on the plans. These steel windows are surely fine. Here where lumber is so dear they cost about the same with the saving on casing. They are as you can see set into the center wall."P0793 Miles Pratt Romney Photograph Collectionp0793n02_04_12
14 Photographs from the manuscript: "Mormon Towns and Trails: Followed by Gaskell Romney, with his parents in the 1880's, and with his his children in 1941." - "Site of the Old Lee's Ferry crossing of the Colorado River."P0793 Miles Pratt Romney Photograph Collectionp0793n01_12_08
15 "Van Pirende, Clayton myself and Saundris on Table Mountain overlooking Lion's Head and the sea, the peak when seen from certain angles resembles a lion's head, the mountain to the back is curved like his backbone and rump."; Dec 31, 1925P0793 Miles Pratt Romney Photograph Collectionp0793n02_03_17
16 "Another view on Table Mountain on top of the cliffs overlooking the city 3500 feet below. The little square running out into the water are the shipping docks. There are several ocean steamers in. The ridge line here falls away perpendicular for hundreds of feet."; Dec. 31, 1925P0793 Miles Pratt Romney Photograph Collectionp0793n02_03_15
17 "Hanging over the edge of Coysitoum (3,500 ft below). Don't be alarmed for I didn't fall and besides I'm standing on a ledge of rock which doesn't show in the picture. The cliffs drop away about 1000 feetr then steep slopes right to the city."P0793 Miles Pratt Romney Photograph Collectionp0793n02_03_14
18 "The Balmoral castle (weight 12,780 tons), the ship I came to Africa on, and also rode on from Dunbar, to P.E."; P.E. Harbor; Feb. 21, 1925P0793 Miles Pratt Romney Photograph Collectionp0793n02_03_12
19 "President Sessions at the corner stone, November 1924."P0793 Miles Pratt Romney Photograph Collectionp0793n02_02_12
20 L.D.S. Eastern States Missionaries. Gaskell is on the second row, second from the left.P0793 Miles Pratt Romney Photograph Collectionp0793n01_03_09
21 "Inside the hall facing the stand. Benches of Douglas Fir. Pulpit of teak. India imported"P0793 Miles Pratt Romney Photograph Collectionp0793n02_04_15
22 "All ant. side walls up. Saturday November 1, 1924."P0793 Miles Pratt Romney Photograph Collectionp0793n02_04_01
23 "The corner stone set in here, the two brick masons Mr. Gauwers and Mr. Swanepol, President Sessions and Elder Ballard."P0793 Miles Pratt Romney Photograph Collectionp0793n02_04_08
24 "Building when almost finished steps being put in. Taken by Brother A.G. Brummer. January 1925."P0793 Miles Pratt Romney Photograph Collectionp0793n02_04_17
25 Photographs from the manuscript: "Mormon Towns and Trails: Followed by Gaskell Romney, with his parents in the 1880's, and with his children in 1941." - "Canyon of the Little Colorado below Cameron."P0793 Miles Pratt Romney Photograph Collectionp0793n01_12_11
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