Ziono From West Rim Trail
Title:
Ziono From West Rim Trail
Zion National Park Utah (UT), Real Photo


The Great White Throne
Title:
The Great White Throne
Zion National Park Utah (UT), Real Photo



Zion National Park, Ranger Naturalist Service, U.S. Department of the Interior
Title:
Zion National Park, Ranger Naturalist Service, U.S. Department of the Interior
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
National Park Service Works Progress Administration (WPA) circa 1939 Artist Unknown Between 1935 and 1943 the WPA's Federal Art Project printed over two million posters in 35,000 different designs to stir the public's imagination for education, theater, health, safety, and travel. Due to their fragile nature only two thousand posters have survived. The National Park image shown here is also available in the original poster format from many National Park Bookstores


Visitors Center and Museum - Zion National Park
Title:
Visitors Center and Museum - Zion National Park
Springdale Utah (UT), Chrome unused

Description:
In the background may be seen West Temple at the left, which is the highest peak in the Park. It rises 3802 feet above the valley to an elevation of 7795 feet. Towers of the Virgin are in the center and at the right the Altar of Sacrifice, so named by pioneers because of the red stain on the cliff's face. This majestic and colorful formation may be seen near the Park south entrance



Grand Canyon, Zion, Bryce Canyon National Park, Yellowstone National Park
Title:
Grand Canyon, Zion, Bryce Canyon National Park, Yellowstone National Park
White Border unused

Description:
Ticket Holder Please Read Lost Tickets: Railroad companies are not responsible for lost tickets. It is wise to enter a complete description of your ticket and baggage checks in your note book. Stopovers and Side Trips are permissible on certain tickets. If you wish to avail yourself of either, be sure to make advance arrangements with agent and conductor. The Union Pacific Railroad (Overland Route) is a natural thoroughfare, originally followed by herds of buffalo, by the Indians, fur traders, explorers, Mormons, goldseekers, the Overland state coach and the Pony Express. It remains the shortest route across the continent, and a boulevard of steel upon an embankment surfaced with granite has supplanted the highway of the pioneers. Grades have been reduced, curves have been straithened, heavier rails have been laid. Smooth-riding, all-steel trains of the finest most luxurious type speed daily across the continent on double tracks protected by automatic electric block signals. Thirteen great national parks and all of the principal resort regions of the West are reached by the Union Pacific System and its connections.


Panorama of Zion Canyon, Zion National Park, Utah - Reached Via Union Pacific System
Title:
Panorama of Zion Canyon, Zion National Park, Utah - Reached Via Union Pacific System
Utah (UT) unused

Description:
KANAB LODGE E. C. Person, Mgr. July 16, '29 LUNCHEON Burr Pickles Pickles Beets SOUPS Tomato & Spaghetti, Cold Consomme' HOT DISHES Braised Short Ribs With Spanish Sauce Roast Leg of Mutton & Current Jelly MashedPotatoes Hot Rolls COLD OFFERINGS Assorted Cold Meats Cabbage Slaw Potato Salad DESSERTS Vanilla Ice Cream Apricot Pie BEVERAGES Coffee Iced Tea Milk



Temple of Sinawava, Zion National Park
Title:
Temple of Sinawava, Zion National Park
Utah (UT) unused


Temple of Sinawava, Zion National Park
Title:
Temple of Sinawava, Zion National Park
Utah (UT) unused



The Beautiful Temple of Sinawava
Title:
The Beautiful Temple of Sinawava
Zion National Park Utah (UT) unused

Description:
Zion Lodge breakfast menu


Zion Lodge at Zion National Park
Title:
Zion Lodge at Zion National Park
Utah (UT), Chrome unused

Description:
Zion Lodge Zion National Park, Utah Operated by Utah Parks Company, Zion Lodge is located in the heart of Zion National Park. Here the visitor finds comfortable accommodations, delicious and wholesome food, outdoor sports including hiking, horseback riding, swimming, tennis and sight-seeing in a canyon of unsurpassed beauty



Zion Lodge
Title:
Zion Lodge
Zion National Park Utah (UT), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Zion Lodge is located in the heart of Zion National Park. The Lodge features a fine Restaurant, Snack bar, and a complete Gift Shop featuring Authentic Indian Handicraft, Swimming Pool, and Horse Back Riding


South Entrance to Zion National Park
Title:
South Entrance to Zion National Park
Utah (UT), Linen PM 1956 Aug-21

Description:
Entering Zion Canyon, the Highway follows the Mukuntuweap River, a swift sinuous stream, its waters stained with the red of the canyon walls. - And here begins the parade of majestic pecks that is Zion. Zion National Park is reached from Cedar City, Utah, 275 miles South of Salt Lake City, on the line of the Union Pacific Railroad



Checkerboard Mountain
Title:
Checkerboard Mountain
Zion National Park Utah (UT), Chrome PM Oct-29

Description:
A much photographed promontory, located near the East Checking Station. The horizontal lines were caused by wind and rain many years ago. The vertical lines are the result of breaks which occurred in the standstone after it had hardened into rock


Visitor Center, Zion National Park
Title:
Visitor Center, Zion National Park
Utah (UT), Chrome unused

Description:
Visitor center and towering walls of Oak Creek Canyon. Zion National Park, Utah. From the lobby and observation portico, visitors look westward toward Meridian Tower and other canyon monoliths.



Great White Throne, Zion National Park
Title:
Great White Throne, Zion National Park
Scenic Utah (UT), Linen unused

Description:
Oh, God, let this be heaven - I do not ask for golden streets Or long for Jasper walls. Nor do I sigh for pearly shores Where twllight never falls; Just leave me here beside these peaks. In this rough westen land, I love this dear old world of Thine Dear god, You understand. Oh, God, let this be heaven - I do not crave white, stainless robes, I'll keep these marked by toil; Instead of straight and narrow walkes I love trails solt with soil; I have been healed by crystal streams, But these from snow-crowned peaks Where dawn burns incense to the day And paints the sky in streaks. Dear God, let this be heaven - I do not ask for nagel wings - Just leave that old peak there And let me climb til comes the night - I want no golden stair. Then, when I say my last adieu And all farewells are given Just leave my spirit here somewhere Oh, God, let this be heaven! Great White Throne, Zion National Park, Utah, 2447 feet above floor of canyon, tentimes as high as Walker Bank Building in Salt Lake City, and nearly twice as high as the tallest structure in the world, th Empire State Building, in the New York City.


Gallery on Mount Carmel Highway
Title:
Gallery on Mount Carmel Highway
Zion National Park Utah (UT), Linen unused

Description:
The Mount Carmel Highway was built at a cost of over $2,000,000.00 The tunnel is over a mile long, 22 feet wide and 16 feet high; cut through the mountain just inside the face of the cliff. At a few points the tunnel approaches close enough to the surface of the cliff for galleries to be cut through, affording gorgeous views of the east and west canyon walls. The using of this highway saves 88 miles of travel between Zion and Bryce National Parks



Zion National Park
Title:
Zion National Park
Springdale Utah (UT), Linen PM 1938 Dec-28

Description:
Front: Zion National Park seen from the planes of Western Air Express. Back: Fly with Western Air Express & United Air Lines / America's scenic coast-to-coast route proves a close up air view of Boulder Dam - Mead lake - Zion Canyon - Cedar Breaks - side trip over Grand Canyon


The Lodge, Zion National Park
Title:
The Lodge, Zion National Park
Utah (UT), Linen PM 1938

Description:
Lodge Center, Zion National Park, provides accommodations for guests housed in adjacent guest lodges. The lodge center contains hospitable lobby and lounge, attractive and commodious entertainment hall, spacious dining room, curio store, barber shop, and retiring rooms and shower baths for men and women. Zion National Park is reached from Cedar City, Utah, the gateway to this and other scenic attractions of Southern Utah, including Bryce Canyon National Park and Cedar Breaks National Monument, likewise, Kaibab National Forest and North Rim Grand Canyon, Ariz. Cedar City is on the line of Union Pacific Railroad, 275 miles south of Salt Lake City.



Great White Throne
Title:
Great White Throne
Zion National Park Utah (UT), Chrome PM Jul-08

Description:
The Great White Throne, the most famous point in Zion National Park is the largest monolith in the world. The sheer stone walls of this spectacular mountain rise 2447 feet above the floor of the canyon.


Angel's Landing Zion National Park
Title:
Angel's Landing Zion National Park
Utah (UT), Chrome unused

Description:
Among the beauties of Zion National Park in Southern Utah is famous Angel's Landing. This mountain of red stone towering high above the canyon floor was so named because it appears to reach almost to Heaven



Zion National Park
Title:
Zion National Park
Utah (UT) PM 1946

Description:
God in his Glory. At the time the world was made, painted many a beautiful masterpiece in delicate hues and shades, and placed then here amond us that we may well renown, the magnitude of his power and the glory of his crown. Taken from an original oil painting by the noted cowboy artist and poet, L.H. "Dude" Larsen. Zion National Park, Viewed from the east rim looking south. In the foreground to the right is Angles Landing and to the left is the Great White Throne with the beautiful Virgin River winding its way 2447 ft. below, in scenic Southern Utah.


The Watchman
Title:
The Watchman
Zion National Park Utah (UT), Linen unused

Description:
The Watchman, Zion National park, Utah, towers a little more than 2,700 feet above the floor of the canyon, Zion National Park is reached by motor bus tours from Cedar City, Utah, 275 miles south of Salt Lake City on the line of the Union Pacific Railroad





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