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126 Carbon County Strike; The lead element of the National Miners Union demonstration coming face-to-face with the Para-military force assembled in the Price Main Street with the purpose of dispersing the strikers; Price, Utah; September 11, 1933P0028 Southern Slavic Photograph Collectionp0028n128
127 Carbon County Strike; National Miners Union marchers give resistance to police efforts to eject them from Price's Main Street. Still take from film; Price, Utah; September 11, 1933P0028 Southern Slavic Photograph Collectionp0028n129
128 Carbon County Strike; Marchers from National Miners Union Parade are forced out of Price along the R.R. tracks by armed deputies and citizens; Price, Utah; September 11, 1933P0028 Southern Slavic Photograph Collectionp0028n130
129 Carbon County Strike; Marchers from National Miners Union Parade are forced out of Price along railroad tracks toward Helper by armed deputies, police, men in National Guard dress, and citizens. Still taken from film; Price, Utah; September 11, 1933P0028 Southern Slavic Photograph Collectionp0028n131
130 Carbon County Strike; Marchers from National Miners Union Parade get into their automobiles under surveillance from armed police and deputies. Still take from film; Price, Utah; September 11, 1933P0028 Southern Slavic Photograph Collectionp0028n132
131 Landscape photo of Price, UtahP0028 Southern Slavic Photograph Collectionp0028n133
132 Panorama of Price; Price, Utah; 1930P0028 Southern Slavic Photograph Collectionp0028n134
133 Building the Savoy Hotel; Price UtahP0028 Southern Slavic Photograph Collectionp0028n135
134 Railroad Depot; Price, UtahP0028 Southern Slavic Photograph Collectionp0028n136
135 Landscape photo of Price, Utah; 1930P0028 Southern Slavic Photograph Collectionp0028n137
136 Mother and Child; right Mrs. John Skerl holding her daughter and left friend with her child; Price, Utah; 1916P0028 Southern Slavic Photograph Collectionp0028n138
137 John Skerl and Children; John Skerl with two of his daughters in front of his rented home in Price when he was working in the Cattle Business. Car is 1917 Buick; Price, Utah; Summer 1918.P0028 Southern Slavic Photograph Collectionp0028n139
138 Group of unidentified people in a Wedding PartyP0028 Southern Slavic Photograph Collectionp0028n139A
139 Coal Camp; Spring Canyon, Utah; 1910P0028 Southern Slavic Photograph Collectionp0028n140
140 Train Derailment; Spring Canyon, Utah; 1946P0028 Southern Slavic Photograph Collectionp0028n141
141 Elegante's Delivery Truck; Spring Canyon, Utah; 1924P0028 Southern Slavic Photograph Collectionp0028n143
142 Girls in Car; Spring Canyon, UtahP0028 Southern Slavic Photograph Collectionp0028n144
143 Millerich Hall; Interior of Saloon located in Spring Glen which was owned and run by a Serb named Millerich and which was frequented by South Slavs and used as a meeting hall in the 1933 Carbon County Strike; Spring Glen, Utah; 1919P0028 Southern Slavic Photograph Collectionp0028n145
144 Landscape view of Standardville, Standardville, Utah; 1914P0028 Southern Slavic Photograph Collectionp0028n146
145 Slovenian Lodge Meeting; Standardville, Utah; 1922P0028 Southern Slavic Photograph Collectionp0028n147
146 Slovenian Lodge Meeting; Meeting of a Slovenian Lodge in 1932 in the coal fields; Standardville, Utah; 1932P0028 Southern Slavic Photograph Collectionp0028n148
147 Bakery; Storrs, Utah; 1925P0028 Southern Slavic Photograph Collectionp0028n149
148 Bakery, Storrs, Utah; 1930P0028 Southern Slavic Photograph Collectionp0028n150
149 Delivery Truck, Storrs, Utah; 1925P0028 Southern Slavic Photograph Collectionp0028n151
150 Flood Damage; Sunnyside, UtahP0028 Southern Slavic Photograph Collectionp0028n152
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