When Conditions Are Right, These Utah Deserts Explode With Colourful Flowers
The Badlands region in the American West is famous (or infamous) for its arid and unforgiving landscape, which is decorated by sharp and eroded spires of stone. If you catch it at just the right moment and in the right conditions, however, this apparent wasteland can give birth to an extraordinary explosion of color and life in the form of beautiful wildflowers.
200 North Main Street 1901 "Alfred W. and Elizabeth McCune set out to plan a large bungalow that would be simple, comfortable and convenient, with "vast display, extravagant pretensions, stately or gorgeous effects not to be tolerated". To achieve this goal, they first financed a two-year American and European tour for architect S. C. Dallas to study styles and techniques. Then they cleared the hillside site of two houses, ordered roof tiles from Holland, shipped mahogany from San…
The Utah State Penitentiary viewed from the northwest, November 17, 1903. A territorial prison was first erected on this site on 2100 South just above 1300 East in 1854‑55. The buildings in this photograph were demolished in the early 1950s, after a new correctional facility was constructed twenty miles south at Point of the Mountain. The prison property became Sugarhouse Park. (Neg. 656.)
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