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A.J. Russell, Devils Slide, Weber Canon, [Photographs taken during construction of the Union Pacific Railroad], 1864-1869, Albumen print, Yale University, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Call Number: ZZc10 864un, Image ID Number: 1078413, LL/46728
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490.01   Improving content on US states
490.02   Introduction to photography in Utah
490.03   Mormon
490.04   Alfred Hart: Central Pacific Railroad
490.05   A.J. Russell: Golden Spike Ceremony, Promontory Point, Utah (10 May 1869)
490.06   William Bell: U.S. War Dept., Corps of Engineers; Geographical Explorations and Surveys West of 100th Meridian, Expedition of 1872; Lieut. Geo. M. Wheeler, commanding. Utah Series
490.07   C.R. Savage: Native Americans
490.08   E.C. LaRue: Landscapes in Utah and Arizona (1922)
Significant locations
490.09   Utah: Devil's Slide
490.10   Utah: Cottonwood Canyon
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490.11   H.C. White Manfacturing Plant for Stereoscopes and StereoViews - North Bennington, Vermont, USA
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