Photographs of Sunnydale / Sunnyside

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Phil Jaskoviak

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Name: Morrison Family - Location: Sunnyside/Phil Jaskoviak/MorrisonFamily

Morrison Family- Photo taken in Sunnyside, UT circa 1909
Top Row Left: William Watt Morrison (Killed in Castle Gate Mine Disaster 1924) Right: Unknown 2nd Row Left: Wife: Margaret Morrison with youngest son John in her lap. Far Right: Daughter; Janet Middle: Son; Daniel (Killed in Castle Gate Mine Disaster) and Lowest Center: Son; Archie William and Margaret had ten children: Not shown: David & James (Killed in Castle Gate Mine Disaster) William, and daughters Maggie, Bella and Elizabeth.

Ramona L. Smith Collection

Name:1950 Sixth Grade class - Location: Sunnyside/RamonaSmith/1950Sunnyside6thgrade

1950 Sixth grade class - The identified students in the photo are: Emmett Rodriguez, Pat Kelly, Mrs. Lipsey, Angelina Loomis, Donny Valerio, Fred Padilla, Victor Pacheco, Donald Manzanares, Noleena Meacham, Richard Burrola, and Jimmy Jenks.

Don Butler Collection

Name:Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints - Location:Sunnyside/ButlerDon/Chapel

Sunnyside LDS Chapel dedicated October 9, 1955
Name: 1955 Bishopric - Location: Sunnyside/ButlerDon/Bishopric1955

LDS ward 1955 Bishopric
left to right: Charles M. Larsen, Fred W. Tatton, George M. Williams, William Shumway, Carol Cullum, Lamar K. Mower
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Name: Stake Presidence in 1955 - Location: Sunnyside/ButlerDon/stakePresidency1955

LDS Carbon Stake Presidency in 1955
left to right: Arvel R. Stevens, Elton L. Taylor, Asa L. Draper
Name: 1951 Coke Oven Crew - Location: Sunnyside/ButlerDon/CokeCrews

Kaiser Steel Corporation, Sunnyside Coke Oven taken Aug. 22, 1951.
Name: Sunnyside School - Location: Sunnyside/ButlerDon/SunnysideSchool

Sunnyside School
Name: Townsite of Sunnydale - Location:Sunnyside/ButlerDon/sunyda102

The photo was taken at the townsite of Sunnydale during the beginning of the building project, about 1942. Photo taken and donated by June Stevenson.
Name: Sunnydale - Location: Sunnyside/ButlerDon/sunydal01a

This photo was taken a few years later in the mid to late forties. Today, the original Sunnyside is gone, and the old "Sunnydale" is now Sunnyside. Photo taken and donated by June Stevenson.
Name: Sunnydale - Location: Sunnyside/ButlerDon/sunydal05a

Another June Stevenson photo....taken during the building of Sunnydale.....lots of foundations and chimneys, but no houses yet.....about 1942. Photo taken and donated by June Stevenson.
Name: Upper and lower Sunnyside - Location: Sunnyside/ButlerDon/Sunysidepan1b

Photo was taken probably 1910-1915. It's unique because it had recorded excellent detail of both upper Sunnyside and lower Sunnyside in the same view. Photo taken and donated by June Stevenson.
Name: Amusement Hall - Location:Sunnyside/ButlerDon/amusement3

June Stevenson took this photo sometime in the early 1940s....and climbed halfway up the mountain to get it....shooting upper Sunnyside from the west side of the canyon. LDS church is on the left, Amusement Hall near the right, and the Wasatch Store on the right edge of the photo. Photo taken and donated by June Stevenson.

David Hudson Collection

Name: Homes - Location: Sunnyside/HudsonDavid/sunnyside1

Homes
Name: Town - Location: Sunnyside/HudsonDavid/sunnyside4

The town
Name: Tipple - Location: Sunnyside/HudsonDavid/sunnyside2

Tipple
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Name: Tipple - Location: Sunnyside/HudsonDavid/sunnyside3

An excellent close up view of the tipple

Michael Francis. Collection

Name: Band - Location: Sunnyside/FrancisMichael/twirllers2

left: George Mavrakis from Carbon High and right: Alex Madrigal from Sunnyside.

Photo donated by George and Thelma Mavrakis.


Sunnyside Band 1937

Name: Band - Location: Sunnyside/FrancisMichael/MFSunnysideBand1937

George Mavrakis is the baton twirler standing in the back to the left of the flag pole. The man standing next to him was the principal, Mr. Huntsinger. Willlie Poglajen is the twirller standing to the right of the flagpole. Jimmy Randazzo, on clarinet, on the left side. The girl behind the bass drum is Marie Kopasis. Top row, second from right is Sophie Kopasis. On the left, the sousaphoe (tuba) player, 6th from left is George Tratos. Photo donated by George and Thelma Mavrakis.


7th grade, 1937
Name: School picture - Location: Sunnyside/FrancisMichael/Sunnyside1937

1st row, left to right - Annie Sooklaris, Emma Lou Naylor, Ella Murg, Elaine Denison, Josephine Equinto
2nd row: - Norman Evans, Clair Turner, Katherine Zakis, Lorraine Cowan, Thelma Kasselas, Teacher Mr. Ernest Pizza
3rd row: - Bob Reynolds, Donald Braby, Leon Lines, Mike Kanelakis, Keith Stevenson
top row: - Pat McCourt, Salvador Amador, Mark Hanson, Rudy Poglajen, Jim Kanalakis, Michel Bikakis
Students in class but not in photo: - Rose Anselmo, Rachel Farlino, Amelia Compagni, Venice Guadnola, Bob Larsen. Photo donated by George and Thelma Mavrakis.

9th grade, 1937
Name: School picture - Location: Sunnyside/FrancisMichael/SunnysideSchool1937-9th

Front row:Wallace Strate, George Mavrakis, Elsie Menotti, Catherine Evans, Leona Lines, Jimmie Randazzo, and James Irvine
2nd Row:Jack Durrant, Taylor Dennison, Mark Tratos, Dick Cowley, William Poglajen, Dan Stevenson, teacher - Mr. Anderson

Photo donated by George and Thelma Mavrakis.

Name: Community - Location: Sunnyside/FrancisMichael/CreatanPicnic1936

Cretan picnic in Sunnyside Canyon in 1936.
front row, kneeling Left to Right: George Galanis, Jim Kanderis, John Daskolakis, Mike Kanderis, Steve Zoolakis, George Galanis (brother of Foto)
Standing, Left to Right:Liberty Mavrakis, George Mavrakis, Gus Galanis, Nick Mavrakis (in a shadow, behind), Kula Mavrakis, Gus Sooklaris, Mary Galanis, Pete Kanderis, Foto Galanis Kanderis, Mike Makris (behind Foto, just hat visible), Georgie Makris (little boy being held by Mike Makris), Goldie Kanderis, Mike Boltinakis (in back with white hat), Annie Kanderis (little girl in middle) Louisa Makris, Annie Sooklaris, last two unnamed at this time.

Mary Mamalakis Collection

Name: miners - Location:Sunnyside/MamalakisMary/CarbonCountyMiners

It is believed that the following photograph was taken in Sunnyside between 1912 to 1920.

The following names appeared on the back of the photograph.
Left to right and standing:
1-3. no names 4. Steve Cosmos or Cosmas 5. Mike Francis (Emmanuel Frantzescakis)
Left to right and sitting:
1. John Kastanasdakis or Kastanerkakis from Vamos. No other men were listed or identified.

Mary Mamalakis came into possession of the picture from Stella Pantelakis Mamalakis, who was born in Manifall, Pennsylvania in 1911 to Calliope Kavoulakis and George Pantelakis from Vamos, Crete. The family came to Carbon County by 1912 where two more sons were born, Steve in 1913 and William in 1916.

Spyros Vutetakis Collection

Name: Wedding - Location: Sunnyside/VutetakisSpyros/Creatanwedding

Cretan wedding. The priest is Bourazanis, from Salt Lake City, Utah, sitting left center with cane. Dimitris Vutetakis stands tall behind the priest.

Name: Wedding - Location: Sunnyside/VutetakisSpyros/Creatanwedding1914

October 18, 1914 - Cretan wedding, the priest is again Bourazanis. Dimitris Vutetakis stands tall, just to the right of the Greek flag.
Name: Miners - Location: Sunnyside/VutetakisSpyros/CreatanMiners

October 5, 1914 - Group of Cretan miners. Sitting second from right is Dimitris Vutetakis.
Name: Miners - Location: Sunnyside/VutetakisSpyros/CreatanMiners2

Sunnyside Miners, pre-World War I. Dimitris Vutetakis is standing at center.
Name: Business - Location: Sunnyside/VutetakisSpyros/CoffeehouseStaff

This appears to be the coffeehouse staff. Dimitris Vutetakis sits at far right. The two sitting next to him are his partners, Gogoless and Alekos. Note their natty clothing and general mien, especially Alekos in his light suit. The two coffeehouse barbers. Mr. Alfieris and Mr. Louros, are standing in the center. Behind Dimitris Vutetakis appears to be Mr. Logiakis, close friend of the Fricksons. The two on the left are presumably employees or friends.

Name: Funeral - Location: Sunnyside/VutetakisSpyros/CretanFuneral

In early 1920's, A Cretan funeral for a Papoutsis child. The father stands beside the priest, above the child. The mother ("Papoutsina") is the shrouded woman to the right. Tall on the right is a Sergakis. Next to him is John Galanis, and beside him (behind Papoutsina, and typically supporting her arm) is his wife 'the golden Galanena', whom Anthe Vutetakis adored, and mentions throughout her reminiscences.

Bob Harvey Collection

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Name: School - Location:Sunnyside/HarveyBob/2ndgrade

Sunnyside 2nd grade class photo.
Name: School - Location:Sunnyside/HarveyBob/schoolpic1

The first grade class of Bob Harvey taken in front of the old stone school house.
Top Left to Right: Sandra Fabizo, Lena Archabeck, Jerry Dennison, Arlene Gunter, Brent Lindsey, Al Hiers, Jerry Murphy
Second Row Left to Right: Kathleen Larsen, ?, Jerry Lemon, Franky Sacco, Tony Fabela, James Larsen, Skip Riffle, Dee VanWagoner
Front Row Left to Right: Karla Preston, Jerry Price, Bob Harvey, Sally Ariolla, Lorraine Faucett, Sherry Fugate, Patsy Labato, Rosalie (Lewis), Harvey Fergusson, Jill Naugle Teacher - Mrs. Allred
Name: School - Location: Sunnyside/HarveyBob/schoolpic2

The third grade class of Bob Harvey taken in front of the old stone school house.
Second Grade:
Top Left to Right:
Darrel Driggs, Franky Sacco, ?, Mary Lee Krebs, ?, Brent Lindsey, ?, ?
2nd Row Left to Right:
Bob Harvey, ?, Donna Delost, ?, ?, ?, Jerry Dennison
Front Row Left to Right: ?, ?, ?, ?, Kathleen Larsen, Karla Preston, Bevery Wilkenson, ?, James Larsen Teacher: Mrs. Swenson.

Paul Turner Collection

Name: Mining - Location: Sunnyside/TurnerPaul/sunnyside

Mine buildings and tipple
Name: Town - Location: Sunnyside/TurnerPaul/PTsunnyside

Street and buildings

Joanne Houghton Hyatt Collection

Name: Town - Location: Sunnyside/JoanneHyatt/BertMartin-1

Bert & Mae Martin taken at Sunnyside, Utah, July 15, 1915, car bought at the Merz Auto. Berts first Auto cost $500.00.

Gary Asson Collection

Name: Town - Location: Sunnyside/AssonGary/Rosaboardinghouse

Rosa's boarding house

Johnny Martinez Collection

Name: Mining - Location: Sunnyside/Martinez,Johnnie/KaiserSteelrescueteam

Kaiser Steel rescue team. Photo comes from the archives of June Stevenson.
Name: Mining - Location: Sunnyside/Martinez,Johnnie/SunnysideCoalCamp

Sunnyside Coal Camp. Photo comes from the archives of June Stevenson.

Kathy Hamaker Collection

Name: cemetery - Location: Sunnyside/HamakerKathy/cemetery1

Valley View cemetery in Sunnyside. Photo taken May 2000.
Name: cemetery - Location: Sunnyside/HamakerKathy/cemetery2

Valley View cemetery in Sunnyside. Photo taken May 2000.
Name: cemetery - Location: Sunnyside/HamakerKathy/cemetery3

Valley View cemetery in Sunnyside. Photo taken May 2000.
Name: cemetery - Location: Sunnyside/HamakerKathy/cemetery4

Valley View cemetery in Sunnyside. Photo taken May 2000.
Name: coke ovens - Location: Sunnyside/HamakerKathy/cokeoven1

Remains of the coke ovens used at Sunnyside. Photo taken May 2000.
Name: coke ovens - Location: Sunnyside/HamakerKathy/cokeoven2

Remains of the coke ovens used at Sunnyside. Photo taken May 2000.
Name: coke ovens - Location: Sunnyside/HamakerKathy/cokeoven3

Remains of the coke ovens used at Sunnyside. Photo taken May 2000.
Name: coke ovens - Location: Sunnyside/HamakerKathy/cokeoven4

Remains of the coke ovens used at Sunnyside. Photo taken May 2000.
Name: Tramway - Location: Sunnyside/HamakerKathy/aerialtramway1

In the early 1900 rock asphalt was mined at the top of Whitmore canyon. The gravity powered aerial tramway can be seen in this photo.
Name: Tramway - Location: Sunnyside/HamakerKathy/aerialtramway2

One of the wooden trolley support towers for the aerial tramway can be seen in this photo.
Name: Tramway - Location: Sunnyside/HamakerKathy/aerialtramway3

This picture shows one of the buckets used to haul the asphalt down the tramway to the end of the line.
Name: Tramway - Location: Sunnyside/HamakerKathy/aerialtramway4

The tower at the top of the mountain used to haul the asphalt down the tramway.
Name: Tramway - Location: Sunnyside/HamakerKathy/aerialtramway5

One of the buckets that was used to haul asphalt down the aerial tramway is set up as a monument at the Sunnyside junction.
Name: Tramway - Location: Sunnyside/HamakerKathy/aerialtramway6

The plague on the side of the monument reads: ROCK ASPHALT, Rock asphalt was first mined at the top of Whitmore canyon 15 miles NE of this location in the early 1890's. The mine closed in 1898 & reopened in 1903. It operated erratically until 1915 when it was forced to close due to the development of sheet asphalt. In 1927 another co. tried to develop a rock asphalt industry. They spent over 1/2 million dollars on equipment including a 3 1/2 mile gravity powered aerial tramway. To promote the use of rock asphalt for paving it was sold for $8.00 / ton even though production costs exceeded $16.00/ton. This co. went bankrupt in 1931 and the Rock Asphalt Co. of Utah took over in 1932. The mine operated only about 2 months out of the year and eventually closed. Interest was rekindled in the 1970's but nothing ever developed.

Oliver Sutch Collection

Name: Coke Ovens - Location: Sunnyside/SutchOliver/CokeOven Construction

Construction at the coke oven buildings.
Name: Coke Ovens - Location: Sunnyside/SutchOliver/5thleftEntry

Overview of the 5th left entry at Sunnyside.
Name: Coke Ovens - Location: Sunnyside/SutchOliver/MidwestPipeCo1

Midwest Pipe Co. pipefitters working at construction site of Coke ovens, Sunnyside for Columbia Steel Company under government contract 1942/1943
Name: Coke Ovens - Location: Sunnyside/SutchOliver/MidwestPipeCo2

Midwest Pipe Co. pipefitters working at construction site of Coke ovens, Sunnyside for Columbia Steel Company under government contract 1942/1943
Name: Coke Ovens - Location: Sunnyside/SutchOliver/pipefitter2

Midwest Pipe Co. pipefitters working at construction site of Coke ovens, Sunnyside for Columbia Steel Company under government contract 1942/1943
Name: Coke Ovens - Location: Sunnyside/SutchOliver/pipefitter3

Midwest Pipe Co. pipefitters working at construction site of Coke ovens, Sunnyside for Columbia Steel Company under government contract 1942/1943
Name: Coke Ovens - Location: Sunnyside/SutchOliver/pipefitter4

Midwest Pipe Co. pipefitters working at construction site of Coke ovens, Sunnyside for Columbia Steel Company under government contract 1942/1943
Name: Coke Ovens - Location: Sunnyside/SutchOliver/pipefitter5

Midwest Pipe Co. pipefitters working at construction site of Coke ovens, Sunnyside for Columbia Steel Company under government contract 1942/1943
Name: Coke Ovens - Location: Sunnyside/SutchOliver/pipefitter

Midwest Pipe Co. pipefitters working at construction site of Coke ovens, Sunnyside for Columbia Steel Company under government contract 1942/1943
Name: Coke Ovens - Location: Sunnyside/SutchOliver/Sunnyside1920

Two employees standing in front of two empty cars used to haul the coke from the coke ovens.
Name: Coke Ovens - Location: Sunnyside/SutchOliver/SunnysideRescueTeam1920

Sunnyside mine rescue team in 1920.
Name: Coke Ovens - Location: Sunnyside/SutchOliver/SunnysideCokeOvens

Men working on a section of the cokeovens.

Eldon Miller Collection

The following photos have been donated by Eldon Miller to the Carbon County Historical Society and the Carbon County UTGenWeb webpage. These photographs have been donated to Eldon Miller by many different sources. If you donated them to Eldon and would like your name to accompany the photograph please e-mail Kathy Hamaker and I'll add it. Special thanks goes to Michael Francis for scanning the photographs so they could be added to the webpage.

Name: School - Location: Sunnyside/Eldon/C-11

School in Sunnyside during the winter.
Name: School - Location: Sunnyside/Eldon/C-21

Front entrance to the Sunnyside school.
Name: School - Location: Sunnyside/Eldon/C-47

Class standing in front of the Sunnyside school.
Name: Coke Ovens - Location: Sunnyside/Eldon/I-03

Midwest Pipe Co., employee at construction of Sunnyside Coke Ovens in 1942.
Name: Homes - Location: Sunnyside/Eldon/N-23

One of the first homes in Sunnyside - 1897
Name: Mining - Location: Sunnyside/Eldon/N-26

Mine Tipple and boilers at Sunnyside
Name: Town - Location: Sunnyside/Eldon/K-01

Oliveto Store in Sunnyside.
Name: People - Location: Sunnyside/Eldon/K-02

The Oliveto Family
Name: People - Location: Sunnyside/Eldon/K-06

Oliveto Family - left to right: Sam, Antoinette, Dominic, Rose (inset), Louis, Jennie, Elena (cut off - Angelina, Helen)
Name: People - Location: Sunnyside/Eldon/N-07

1916 Utah Fuel Co., Sunnyside Band
Name: Town - Location: Sunnyside/EldonSunnyside

Streets of Sunnyside

COAL, Published Monthly by Utah Fuel Co.

Name: Mining - Location: Sunnyside/Coal/pump

"This concrete pump lifts 15 to 20 yards of cement up the mountainside and delivers it to the forms of the new airway at Sunnyside mine." (Vol 8 Dec 1946 No 9)
Name: Mining - Location: Sunnyside/Coal/safetyaward

Large group attending the safety award ceremony (Vol 11, February, 1950, No. 10)
Name: Mining - Location: Sunnyside/Coal/safetyaward2

Left to right: Albert Roberts, safety inspector; Walter Shorts, preparation plant; James Peacock, lampman; Ellis Morgan, head electrician; Gergoro Hinojosa, driller. (Vol 11, February, 1950, No. 10)
Name: Skiing - Location: Sunnyside/Coal/skiing1

1950 - new ski lift in Sunnyside. (Vol 11, February, 1950, No. 10)
Name: Skating - Location: Sunnyside/Coal/Skating1

Skating is a popular sport at Sunnydale. The flood-lighted rink - 90 x 100 feet - was a gift to the community by the local Kiwanis Club. (Vol 11, February, 1950, No. 10)

Lena Mabbutt

Name: Homes - Location: Sunnyside/MabbuttLena/houses2

Houses being built.
Name: Homes - Location: Sunnyside/MabbuttLena/houses1

Houses being built.
Name: Railroad - Location: Sunnyside/MabbuttLena/overview2

Overview of the railroad line.
Name: Railroad - Location: Sunnyside/MabbuttLena/trainwreck1

Train wreck sometime during WWII. Coal car filled with coal, derailed.
Name: Railroad - Location: Sunnyside/MabbuttLena/trainwreck2

Train wreck sometime during WWII. Coal car filled with coal, derailed.
Name: Railroad - Location: Sunnyside/MabbuttLena/trainwreck3

Train wreck sometime during WWII. Coal car filled with coal, derailed.
Name: Railroad - Location: Sunnyside/MabbuttLena/trainwreck4

Train wreck sometime during WWII. Coal car filled with coal, derailed.
Name: Railroad - Location: Sunnyside/MabbuttLena/trainwreck5

Train wreck sometime during WWII. Coal car filled with coal, derailed.
Name: Railroad - Location: Sunnyside/MabbuttLena/trainwreck6

Train wreck sometime during WWII. Coal car filled with coal, derailed.
Name: Railroad - Location: Sunnyside/MabbuttLena/trainwreck7

Train wreck sometime during WWII. Coal car filled with coal, derailed.
Name: Railroad - Location: Sunnyside/MabbuttLena/trainwreck8

Train wreck sometime during WWII. Coal car filled with coal, derailed.
Name: Railroad - Location: Sunnyside/MabbuttLena/trainwreck9

Train wreck sometime during WWII. Coal car filled with coal, derailed.
Name: Railroad - Location: Sunnyside/MabbuttLena/trainwreck10

Train wreck sometime during WWII. Coal car filled with coal, derailed.
Name: Railroad - Location: Sunnyside/MabbuttLena/trainwreck11

Train wreck sometime during WWII. Coal car filled with coal, derailed.
Name: Watertank - Location: Sunnyside/MabbuttLena/watertank1

Construction of water tank above the town sometime during WWII.
Name: Watertank - Location: Sunnyside/MabbuttLena/watertank2

Construction of water tank above the town sometime during WWII.
Name: Watertank - Location: Sunnyside/MabbuttLena/watertank3

Construction of water tank above the town sometime during WWII.
Name: Watertank - Location: Sunnyside/MabbuttLena/watertank4

Construction of water tank above the town sometime during WWII.
Name: Watertank - Location: Sunnyside/MabbuttLena/watertank5

Construction of water tank above the town sometime during WWII.
Name: Watertank - Location: Sunnyside/MabbuttLena/watertank6

Construction of water tank above the town sometime during WWII.
Name: Watertank - Location: Sunnyside/MabbuttLena/watertank7

Construction of water tank above the town sometime during WWII.
Name: Watertank - Location: Sunnyside/MabbuttLena/watertank8

Construction of water tank above the town.
Name: Watertank - Location: Sunnyside/MabbuttLena/watertank9

Construction of water tank above the town.
Name: Watertank - Location: Sunnyside/MabbuttLena/watertank10

Construction of water tank above the town.
Name: Watertank - Location: Sunnyside/MabbuttLena/watertank11

Construction of water tank above the town.
Name: Watertank - Location: Sunnyside/MabbuttLena/watertank12

Construction of water tank above the town.
Name: Watertank - Location: Sunnyside/MabbuttLena/watertank13

Construction of water tank above the town.
Name: Watertank - Location: Sunnyside/MabbuttLena/watertank14

Construction of water tank above the town.
Name: Watertank - Location: Sunnyside/MabbuttLena/watertank15

Construction of water tank above the town.
Name: Watertank - Location: Sunnyside/MabbuttLena/watertank16

Construction of water tank above the town.
Name: Watertank - Location: Sunnyside/MabbuttLena/watertank17

Construction of water tank above the town.
Name: Watertank - Location: Sunnyside/MabbuttLena/watertank18

Construction of water tank above the town.
Name: Watertank - Location: Sunnyside/MabbuttLena/watertank19

Construction of water tank above the town.
Name: Watertank - Location: Sunnyside/MabbuttLena/watertank20

Construction of water tank above the town.
Name: Watertank - Location: Sunnyside/MabbuttLena/watertank21

Construction of water tank above the town.
Name: Watertank - Location: Sunnyside/MabbuttLena/watertank22

Construction of water tank above the town.
Name: Watertank - Location: Sunnyside/MabbuttLena/watertank23

Construction of water tank above the town.
Name: Watertank - Location: Sunnyside/MabbuttLena/watertankboss1

One of the bosses of the construction of water tank. Please e-mail Kathy Hamaker if you know the name of the boss.
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Name: Watertank - Location: Sunnyside/MabbuttLena/watertankboss2

One of the bosses of the construction of water tank. Please e-mail Kathy Hamaker if you know the name of the boss.
Name: Watertank - Location: Sunnyside/MabbuttLena/watertankboss3

One of the bosses of the construction of water tank. Please e-mail Kathy Hamaker if you know the name of the boss.
Name: Watertank - Location: Sunnyside/MabbuttLena/watertankboss4

One of the bosses of the construction of water tank. Please e-mail Kathy Hamaker if you know the name of the boss.

Debbie Pavlos & George Lauris - Also see Lauris photos in Standardville.

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Name: People - Location: Sunnyside/PavlosDebbie/GeorgeLaurisAnnaProestakis

George Lauris and Anna Proestakis Lauris. Photo taken in Sunnyside where they first lived.
George Lauris
Name: People - Location: Sunnyside/PavlosDebbie/georgeLauris

Charles Louros (known to my family as "Uncle Charley"). Picture taken in Sunnyside and other man is not identified.
Barber Shop
Name: People - Location: Sunnyside/PavlosDebbie/BarberShop

This is Charles Louros in his barber shop which was in the building owned and operated by his older brother George. The business was essentially a pool hall and saloon and "coffee house", because of prohibition it was called a coffee house although bootlegged alcohol was sold.

The following collection of photos was donated by John Taylor. John Taylor is an avid postcard collector and has many postcards in his collection from Carbon County. He has scanned and donated photo files of those that are relevent to Carbon County.Thank you, John Taylor, for your donation. If you would like copies of these photos please e-mail Kathy Hamaker. Additional photos from this collection can be found in the Spring Canyon collection here, Castle Gate collection here, and Price collection here.

John Taylor collection

JohnTaylor/sunnyside1.jpg
Name: Town - Location:Sunnyside/JohnTaylor/sunnyside1

Homes, streets, businesses and the railroad in the original Sunnyside townsite.
JohnTaylor/JTSunnyside2b.jpg
Name: Town - Location:Sunnyside/JohnTaylor/JTSunnyside2b

Homes and the train yard in Sunnyside.

Colton

These photographs on this page have been reduced in size to about 1 1/2 inch x 1 inch. Links to the photographs have been added. If you click on the photo a larger image will open up on a new screen. If you use Google Chrome Hover Zoom+ or Foxfire Thumbnail Zoom Plus you will be able to point your mouse at the photo and see a larger size photo without the photo opening on a new page.

If you see a photograph here that you would like a larger picture of e-mail Kathy Hamaker. I'd be happy to e-mail you the photo file so you can print it out on your computer. Please be sure to include the file name and file location on your e-mail. If you have any photographs in your possession that you would like to donate I'd be happy to add them to the webpage.

Eldon Miller Collection

Name: Town - Location:Colton/EldonMiller/H-02

Main street in Colton. Photo shows J.M Miller, General Merchandise, a saloon and the Thomas Hotel.
Name: Railroad - Location:Colton/EldonMiller/H-03

Railroad tracks at Colton.
Name: Town - Location:Colton/EldonMiller/H-17

Pleasant Valley Junction in Colton, Utah
Name: Railroad - Location:Colton/EldonMiller/H-19

Mogul Engine (narrow gauge) at Pleasant Valley Junction.


Coal City

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Joane Pappas White Collection

Andreini Store.jpg
Name: Town - Location:CoalCity/JoanePappasWhite/AndreiniStore
The First Store built in Coal City aka Dempsey City was built by Eugene Andreini Sr in the early 1920s. It was originally the office for the Great Western Coal Mine Company organized by George A. Storrs. In 1923, the basement became the training center for then World Heavy Weight Champion Jack Dempsey. It was destroyed by fire and only the walls have been standing since the 1930s.
Andreini Store
Name: Town - Location:CoalCity/JoanePappasWhite/AndreiniStore2
Remains of the Andreini Store
StorrsDuplex
Name: Town - Location:CoalCity/JoanePappasWhite/StorrsDuplex
George A. Storrs Home (really a duplex) at Coal City in 1939. Notice the remnants of the Andreini Store on the east.
lake
Name: Town - Location:CoalCity/JoanePappasWhite/lake
The original of a picture used by George A. Storrs as part of the brochure for the Townsite of Coal City. It shows a lake or pond on the Great Western lower ranch down the canyon from Coal City. The people are shooting ducks.
UzelacHome1.jpg
Name: Town - Location:CoalCity/JoanePappasWhite/UzelacHome1
Remains of the Uzelac Home. See photo of home in Eldon Miller Collection.
UzelacHome2.jpg
Name: Town - Location:CoalCity/JoanePappasWhite/UzelacHome2
Remains of the Uzelac Home/td>
UzelacHome3.jpg
Name: Town - Location:CoalCity/JoanePappasWhite/UzelacHome3
Remains of the Uzelac Home

Eldon Miller Collection

Name: houses - Location:CoalCity/J-17

The home of Mrs. Uzelac in Coal City. The DWR destroyed the house when they got the property to keep people from trying to get into it.
Name: houses - Location:CoalCity/U-10

Consumers Road, winter 1936-1937, Tom Fitzgerald with Mutual Lumber Company Truck. The snow banks on the side of the truck are as high as the truck.
Name: houses - Location:CoalCity/U-11

Houses at Coal City, winter 1936-37, photo by Tom Burgess in the Dorman Collection.


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