Mountain West Digital Library OAI server
The Mountain West Digital Library is an aggregation of digital collections from universities, colleges, public libraries, museums, and historical societies in Utah, Nevada, and Idaho. Hosting institutions each run servers supporting their own digital collections, and support collection partners by providing scanning and hosting services. The Mountain West defines the region of contributors, but the content extends far beyond the Mountain West and into different fields.
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True Bear Story - Clark, Frank
"True Bear Story," as told by Frank Clark of Malad, Idaho, 1940's
Song of Old Ephraim, by George R. Hill, Jr. - Hill, George R., Jr.
"Song of Old Ephraim," taken from the diary of George R. Hill, Jr., scoutmaster of the Logan Scout Troop 5, who unearthed Old Ephraim's remains and gave them to the Smithsonian.
Biographical History of Frank Clark
Biographical history of Frank Clark, including references to parents and grandparents. This history does not include the famous bear story, but rather gives background on Frank Clark, himself.
Clark story reprinted in Chips publication, 1953 - Clark, Frank
Chips, a Utah State University Forester's Club publication, reprinted the story of Frank Clark in their March 3, 1953 edition (Vol. XIII, no. 19). This version of Clark's story was printed a year prior, in the February 24, 1952 edition of the Herald Journ
By Request Forest Service - Clark, Frank
Frank Clark's story of Old Ephraim, as requested and transcribed by the U.S. Forest Service. It is transcribed directly as Clark wrote it, with misspellings, capitalizations, and locational names.
The story of Old Ephraim - Ryan, Orson, 1879-1956
Story of the death of Old Ephraim, a famous grizzly bear in Logan Canyon, and Frank Clark, the man who killed him, as recorded on phonograph record by Reed Bullen at KVNU Radio; ca. 1950
The story of Old Ephraim - Crookston, Newell J., 1890-1976
Story of the death of Old Ephraim, a famous grizzly bear in Logan Canyon, and Frank Clark, the man who killed him, as told by Newell Crookston to a group of Boy Scouts in 1966.
The story of Old Ephraim - Hill, George R. (George Richard), 1884-1971
Story of the death of Old Ephraim, a famous grizzly bear in Logan Canyon, and Frank Clark, the man who killed him, as told by George R. Hill to his grandchildren on Thanksgiving evening 1954.
Aerial photo of Old Ephraim's gravesite
Aerial photo of Old Ephraim's gravesite. Includes aerial view of Right Hand Fork of Logan Canyon, Wasatch-Cache National Forest, Cache County, Utah, 1981. Markings are not on original photograph. They were added in 11-2008 to the digital image.
Smithsonian letter to USU announcing the return of Old Ephraim's skull - Zug, George R.
Letter dated May 9, 1978, from George R. Zug, Smithsonian Chairman of the Department of Vertebrate Zoology to Utah State University president Glen L. Taggart announcing the return of Old Ephraim's skull to the University. Senator Orrin Hatch is set to accompany the skull on its trip back. Zug advocates certain exhibition conditions to preserve the skull while it is displayed.
Smithsonian tag on the skull of Old Ephraim - Skeen, Becky
Smithsonian tag on the skull of Old Ephraim. Tag reads: "Smithsonian Institution, United States, National Museum. 243406. Ursus horribilis, Utah : Logan Canon [Canyon] Geo [George] R. Hill, Jr., July 1922."