H6753 Cotton field near Phoenix. The area of land now under irrigation by water from the dam is 182,000 acres. New settlers are rapidly moving into the region, creating new missionary problems as the communities build up. Arizona
H6724 Looking down upon a section of Bingham, Utah
H6725 A Mormon meeting house. A Bishop presides over a ward meeting; an Apostle presides over a stake. Sunday School in every ward building each Sunday. Salt Lake City, Utah
H6726 Dr. J. J. Lack, Superintendent Utah Missions and Rev. Thomas J. Tramel, pastor of our work at Bingham. Taken by the side of our partly constructed new church, Utah.
H6727 Bingham, Utah is a city of 10,000 and is built mainly along one street. This is a necessity because the city is located in a canyon. The main business street is very narrow and the only places for the children to play are in these dark alleys.
Along the border
H6693 Factory where a girl named Beatrice is employed, one of an indiscriminate company of men and women and where her beauty enlarges her danger. Thirty dollars would take her out of this place, enroll her in school where it is her ambition to prepare for life of Christian service.
H5743 The High Lead or Spar Tree. A cable is attached and by the donkey engine great trees are brought in and loaded on waiting cars. Washington
H5745 Up in the mountains from Darrington are several stations occupied by Government forest rangers. Mount Pugh in distance. Washington
H5744 New method for handling logs. A tree climber after cutting the branches from a selected tree, has cut the top off. He has his climbers and hand rope which enable him to climb the tree. He must be careful not to cut his belt when handling his axe, lest he fall to his death. Washington
H5746 A winter scene when the work of the foresters is less perilous and the mountains appear in their best holiday dress. Washington
H5747 The North Sauk Falls, 17 miles upstream from Darrington, American Nitrate Company is building a great plant with dams to manufacture nitrates from the air and to produce power for manufactures down in the towns and cities.
H5365 Leaders of 32nd Annual Montana Conference. Left to right, Dr. Ed Smith, Dr. Charles L. Bovard, Bishop W. O. Shepard, Dr. W. Van Orsdel, Dr. J. A. Martin, Dillon Montana
H5366 Left to right: Dr. Ed Smith, Dr. Charles L. Bovard, Rev. Freeman, Dr. Faulkerson, Bishop W. O. Shepard, Dr. W. Van Orsdel, Dr. J. A. Martin. Leaders of 32nd Annual Montana Conference, Dillon, Montana
H4467 Nara Visa Fairbanks Morse Electric lighting plant for Methodist Episcopal Church. This man, S. E. Turner, over 60 years of age installed this plant and has a splendid community plant now at Methodist Episcopal Church, Nara Visa, New Mexico
H4468 Church plant Roswell New Mexico Parish Hall and Parsonage
H4469 Tubercular girl, 21 years old, Roswell, New Mexico
H4471 Dr. Marion Browning and Family Pastor of Spanish American Church, Deming, New Mexico
H4375 Agua Prieta showing the post marking the boundary between the United States and Mexico
H4376 Showing the battle fields of Agua Prieta where Villa first heard of the recognition of Carranza's Government by the United States. Up to this time he had been very careful not to do harm to Americans. During the battle of Agua Prieta he shifted his guns to avoid the possibility of hitting some American Soldiers just across the boarder. Note the trenches from which the Mexican fought. Many of Villa's men were left dead upon the field. He failed to take the city.
H3442 Around the campfire. The story of camp life along the Platte River in Western Nebraska is here mutely told.
H3445 The Whitman mission at Walla Walla. Dr. Whitman settled here two years after Methodists began on the Willamitte. Below is the neglected grave. An imposing Whitman monument now commands the site.
H3462 Kanaka Bay, on the west shore of the Island of San Juan, Puget Sound. It is a haven for seine boats.
H3464 Church and Parsonage at Blaine Washington. The old church was destroyed by fire, set by saloon enthusiasts during a "wet and dry" fight. Church was rebuilt and now every saloon has been closed up.
H3432 First church and Parsonage on Pacific Coast. Oregon City. Built by Rev. A. F. Waller, 75 years ago.
H3433 Lighthouse in the Columbia at the mouth of Willamette River to guide ships of the world to port of Portland or to Vancouver, the seat of famous Columbia Barracks now alive with shipbuilding and various kinds of war preparation.
H3438 Monument at Tacoma, Washington
H3434 The cable ferry propelled by the current. Ressop's Ferry on the north fork of the Lewis River. Southwestern.
H3425 Forest Ranch being cut out of the big woods. It requires tireless efforts to exterminate the stumps but the bumper crops are assured.
H3428 Fort Astor 1811. Astoria, Oregon a century ago, was the western port of a brave business begun by John Jacob Astor and his company in establishing a fur and fish station at mouth of Columbia
H3426 Officers Quarters Vancouver Barracks. Originally a log house rebuilt in later years. Generals Grant and Sheridan had their quarters here when subordinate officers, stationed there before the Civil War.
H3429 Old Mission House, Oregon. Present the most ancient church structure in all the old Oregon country, preceded on the coast by only Catholic Missions of South California
H3427 Green River Butte, Wyoming. The shadows in the river and an occasional tree give cheer to an otherwise wasteland of grotesque formation.
H3430 Outside view of Fort Hall on Snake River or Lewis Fork of the Columbia River. Built by Captain Wyeth in 1834 the year our missionaries sent to Oregon
H3405 Fossil, Oregon. This is a stock community in East Central part of the state. The Board has put missionary money into our work here for years.
H3412 Columbia river bridge and Railroad train; the greatest bridge on the Pacific coast built by the North Bank Road.
H3e407 Alkali Desert. There are vast stretches of county of no real value, owing to alkali deposits that prevent vegetation.
H3409 Mountain climbing. View of Saint Helen's district with some Methodist merchants from Vancouver and their burrows and their burdens.
H3415 This boy scout or midget of the early type is very happy over his future prospects. The lad grew up under the shadow of the Columbia Barracks and has exchanged his toy for a machine gun in France.
H3152 Wiser Lake and charming rural scene. The Sunday School meets in the school house and an acre lot is held for the church. $300 is in the bank to start a building campaign. Help from the Board is needed.
H3153 Salt Lake City, Utah
H3154 Salt Lake City, Utah
H3155 Methodist Episcopal Church and Parsonage. Siletz, Oregon.
H2109 Water course in the desert shortly after the spring rains. Arizona
H2110 "The American Boy Mine" in the heart of a rapidly growing copper mining region where there were a good percentage of Christians, but no religious work of any sort. There is still little done for the spiritual well being of the men in these camps Arizona
H2111 Tree or organ cactus in the North of Tucson, Arizona
H2112 Victor, the mining center of Cripple Creek gold mining district with Pikes Peak in the distance at the right Colorado.