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1876 4.361 Accident on the Colorado. Bishop Roundy drowned. Deseret News, (May 31):12 [issue pagination]. [L. W. Roundy; at Lees Ferry, May 24th.] [See also follow-up report by L. J. Nuttall.]

1884 4.374 John Lawrence Le Conte. American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Proceedings, 19(May):511-516.

1890 4.363 The late Anson Call. Deseret News, (September 13):1 [issue pagination]. [Includes note on the establishment of the Mormon colony at Callville, Nevada.]

1891 4.364 Daniel H. Wells. Deseret News, (April 4):9 [issue pagination]. [Includes note of crossing Colorado River at Lees Ferry in summer 1876, when Bishop L. W. Roundy was drowned.]

1891 4.365 [Brief obituary notice for Jonathan Smith Johnson, Laura Alice Johnson, Permelia Johnson, and Melinda Johnson; all at Lees Ferry in May and June.] Deseret News, (August 8):23 [issue pagination].

1893 4.321 [Obituary notice of John Strong Newberry.] The American Engineer, 67(1)(January):50. [Name given in error as John Storey Newberry.]

1894 4.352 George Huntington Williams. Scientific American, 71(22)(December 1):337, 343. [Williams, George Huntington (1856-1894).] [See p. 343: "Professor Williams was also a member of the International Congress of Geologists, and when that congress met in Washington in 1891 [5th International Geological Congress] he was one of the managers who conducted its members on the excursion to the canyon of the Colorado." (entire note)]

1902 4.331 Major John Wesley Powell, h '86. In: Non-Academic [section]. Harvard Graduates' Magazine, 11(December)(42):304.

1902 4.386 Major John Wesley Powell. In: Obituary Notes [section]. Publishers' Weekly, 62(13)(1600)(September 27):576-577.

1902 4.413 [Obituary notice.] In: Archeological Notes [section]. The Wisconsin Archeologist, 2(1)(October):31. [States in part: "His most notable scientific work is considered to have been his exploration of the Grand Cañon of the Colorado. His fellow scientists state that he was not only the first man who went through the Cañon, but the only one who so far ever has travelled its entire length from Green River Station to its mouth."]

1902 4.414 J. Wesley Powell. Engineering and Mining Journal, 74(13)(September 27):403-404.

1902 4.323 Major John Wesley Powell. The Open Court, 16(10)(October)(557):639-640.

1902 4.324 Powell, Major John Wesley. In: Necrology [section]. Current History and Modern Culture, 12(9, Record of September, 1902)(November):750-751.

1902 4.2 Major John Wesley Powell dead. A famous scientist. Forestry and Irrigation, 8:398-400. >Mon. 8: 12-5< [Powell, John Wesley (1834-1902)]

1903 4.3 John Wesley Powell. U.S. Geological Survey, 24th Annual Report, pp. 271-287, plate 26. [Powell, John Wesley (1834-1902)] FQ6:211 [disbound]

1903 4.4 Richard Urquhart Goode. U.S. Geological Survey, 24th Annual Report, pp. 287-290 (see p. 289). [Goode, Richard Urquhart (1858-1903)]

1903 4.332 John Wesley Powell (March 24th, 1834-September 23rd, 1902). In: Annual archaeological report, 1902. Being part of Appendix to the report of the Minister of Education, Ontario. Toronto: L. K. Cameron, p. 186. (Ontario Minister of Education, Annual Archaeological Report.)

1903 4.355 Educators who died during the year; July 1, 1902 to March 3, 1903. The School Journal, 66(26)(June 27):798. [See "Major Powell"; cursory notice.]

1904 4.369 A monument to J. W. Powell. Science, new series, 20(December 9):854. [8th International Geographical Congress memorial to Powell held at Grand Canyon, with proposal to erect a monument.]

1905 4.366 L. John Nuttall called to rest. Dieced peacefully at his home on West Temple Street last evening. More than 50 years in Utah. During which period his labors were distinctly of a public character. Deseret News, (February 24):3 [issue pagination]. [Leonard John Nuttall (1834-1905). Note made of his presence on Colorado River crossing at Lees Ferry when L. W. Roundy was drowned, May 24, 1876 (the notice here implies it was in 1877). Article includes portrait of Nuttall.]

1906 4.367 Killed while asleep. Four year old Glen Crosby the victim of a terrible accident. Deseret News, (February 17):1 [issue pagination]. ["A bad accident occurred at Lee's Ferry, Ariz., at noon on the 14th. Emil Emmett put down a gun in the house when it was accidentally discharged by the 3-year-old son of John Emmett, instantly killing little Glen Crosby, 4 years old, who was asleep in a chair. The victim was a son of Taylor Crosby, Jr., of Kanab, Utah." (entire item)]

1910 4.390 Andrew W. Oppmann. In: The Death Roll [section]. American Brewers' Review, 24(8)(August 1):356. [Notes in part: "Death was said to be due in a large measure to the energy expended during the past four years by Mr. Oppmann in the futile effort to realize the fulfillment of a cherished project. It had been the dream of Mr. Oppmann to build an electric railway into the heart of the grand canon of the Colorado. The plan was to tunnel from the head of the gorge down under one side and into the river bed thousands of feet below. Repeatedly Mr. Oppmann went before congress with the proposition. At the last session it was considered by the house committee on public lands, but never came before congress." (entire note)]

1912 4.328 Clarence Edward Dutton. In: Obituary record of graduates of Yale University deceased during the year ending June 1, 1912. (No. 2 of the Sixth Printed Series, and No. 71 of the whole Record.) Yale University, Bulletin, Series 8, no. 9 (July):206-208.

1912 4.292 Major C. E. Dutton. Geographical Journal, 40(1)(July):92-93.

1914 4.393 [Sterling Akaba death at Supai, July 13.] The Indian's Friend, 27(1)(October):3.

1915 4.340 Death of Nat Brigham. Santa Fe Magazine, 9(10)(September):38. [Lecturer on the Southwest for the Santa Fe Railway. "Only the evening before his death he had delivered a Grand Cañon lecture before a large audience at the Hamilton Chautauqua . . . ."] [Brigham, Nat M. (1856-1915)]

1917 4.268 [Obituary for "Mr. Willard D. Johnson".] Geographical Review, 3(4)(April):329-330. [Johnson, Willard D. ( -1917).]

1920 4.353 In memoriam. Charles Jesse Jones. ("Buffalo Jones.) American Bison Society, Report, 1919-1920, pp. 22-23.

1921 4.357 Epes Randolph, railroad executive, dead; a pioneer in development of the West--averted Colorado River disaster by quick action. In: News of the Week [section]. Engineering News-Record, 87(9)(September 1):379-380. [See also Moore, Philip N., Item no. 4.358.]

1921 4.411 [Obituary notice for Edmund T. Perkins.] Steam (New York), 28(1)(July):30. [Includes, "From 1902 to 1910 he was with the U. S. Reclamation Service as engineer in charge of Colorado River investigations, preliminary surveys and plans on the Yuma Project, Yuma, Ariz. . . . ." (entire note)]

1922 4.416 [Robert B. Stanton] In: Obituary [section]. Railway Maintenance Engineer, 18(4)(April):152. ["Robert B. Stanton, formerly a division engineer on the Union Pacific, died at a hospital at Stamford, Conn., on February 23. Mr. Stanton was 76 years of age, and was known for his engineering aid in the construction of the 'Georgetown loop' and the surveying of a railroad line through the Grand Canyon." (entire item)]

1922 4.5 R. B. Stanton. Engineering News-Record, 88(March 2):375-376. [Stanton, Robert Brewster ( -1922)]

1923 4.339 George Wharton James. Overland Monthly and Out West Magazine, 81(December):39-.

1926 4.400 Moran. Time, (September 6):. [Thomas Moran.]

1929 4.6 Fred Johnson. Grand Canyon Nature Notes, 3(8):3-4. [Johnson, Fred ( -1929)]

1929 4.7 Glen Ernest Sturdevant. Grand Canyon Nature Notes, 3(8):2-3. [Sturdevant, Glen Ernest ( -1929)]

1929 4.8 Tribute to Professor H. V. Hibbard. Grand Canyon Nature Notes, 3(7):4. [Hibbard, H. V.]

1935 4.269 Frederick Samuel Dellenbaugh. Geographical Review, 25(2)(April):344-345. [Dellenbaugh, Frederick S. (1853-1935)]

1941 4.295 Colonel Claude Hale Birdseye. Geographical Journal, 98(1)(July):61. [Birdseye, Claude Hale ( -1941)]

1941 4.296 Colonel Claude H. Birdseye. Geographical Review, 31(3)(July):515. [Birdseye, Claude Hale ( -1941)]

1943 4.438 Popular Indian dies. In: Here and There on the Desert [section]. Desert Magazine, 6(3)(January):29. ["Needles--Mary Burns born on the Ft. Mohave reservation near here more than 60 years ago, died November 11 at Parker, Arizona of pneumonia. The deceased was well-known along the Colorado river from Needles to Blythe, where she had lived for the past 25 years, while her husband worked for the Palo Verde irrigation district. Before she moved to Blythe, she was a familiar figure on the Santa Fe station platform at train-time, when she sold beads and other trinkets to tourists." (entire item)]

1944 4.439 "Barbara Worth" creator dies. In: Here and There on the Desert [section]. Desert Magazine, 7(9)(July):29. [Harold Bell Wright.]

1944 4.440 "Bunkhouse" writer dies. In: Here and There on the Desert [section]. Desert Magazine, 7(10)(August):30. [Newspaperman C. A. "Biz" Bisbee, who during the construction of Hoover Dam "became mouthpiece for construction workers, writing of their joys and sorrows, hardships and gaieties during roistering days of the building of Boulder dam." He wrote the "Bunkhouse Bunk" column in the Las Vegas Evening Review-Journal and Boulder Journal.

1946 4.441 Pioneer merchant dies. In: Here and There on the Desert [section]. Desert Magazine, 9(5)(March):33. [E. F. Sanguinetti of Yuma.]

1946 4.442 Early canyon guide dies. In: Here and There on the Desert [section]. Desert Magazine, 9(5)(March):33. [J. E. Shirley, former Fred Harvey employee at Grand Canyon.]

1946 4.443 [Frank T. Crowe.] In: Here and There on the Desert [section]. Desert Magazine, 9(7)(May):35. ["Frank T. Crowe, 63, famed engineer who built Boulder dam and 18 other weestern reclamation and power projects, died February 28 while on his way to inspect still another dam on Sacramento river near Redding, California." (entire item)]

1946 4.410 Boulder Dam pioneer dies. In: Here and There . . on the Desert [section]. Desert Magazine, 9(8)(June):29. [Ed W. Clark.]

1946 4.370 Creator of Grand Canyon's Yavapai Station dies. In: Here and There On the Desert [section]. Desert Magazine, 9(3)(January):33. [John Campbell Merriam; Yavapai Observation Station.]

1947 4.444 Havasupai Second Chief dies. In: Here and There on the Desert [section]. Desert Magazine, 10(6)(April):32. [Chief Watahomigie died February 12 near Pasture Wash.]

1949 4.445 [Godfrey Sykes.] In: Desert Close-Ups [section]. Desert Magazine, 12(5)(March):39. [Death notice.]

1949 4.446 He died on his river. Desert Magazine, 12(11)(September):30. [Bert Loper.]

1949 4.447 He conquered the river--and died in an airplane. Desert Magazine, 13(1)(November):31. [Norman Nevills.] >Mon. 8: 1-53<

1953 4.451 [Ralph Cameron.] In: Here and There on the Desert [section]. Desert Magazine, 16(4)(April):27. ["Grand Canyon--Former Senator Ralph Henry Cameron of Arizona died in Washington January 29 at the age of 89. He was buried on the North Rim [sic] of the Grand Canyon, into which, many years ago, he built the now famous Bright Angel Trail. Cameron was credited with obtaining statehood for Arizona in 1912." (entire item)]

1954 4.452 Controversy author suicides. In: Here and There on the Desert [section]. Desert Magazine, 17(1)(January):31. [Randolph Leigh, who underwrote a controversy that the Gulf of California would breach the natural barrier that separates it from the Imperial Valley and Salton Sea area. Item credited to Indio Date Palm.]

1954 4.453 Passing of "Supai Mary". In: Here and There on the Desert [section]. Desert Magazine, 17(7)(July):29. ["Grand Canyon--'Supai Mary' Wescogame, oldest member and uncrowned queen of the small Havasupai Indian tribe that resides in the bottom of the Grand Canyon, is dead. She was buried at Drift Fence, Supai graveyard located at the top of beautiful Havasu Canyon in late April. Records in the Indians Affairs [sic] office show that she was born in 1866, but her children insist she was 97 'summers' old at her death. She was the daughter of Captain Burro, old-time chief of the tribe under whose direction the Havasupais withstood attacks of the warring Apache tribes.--Coconino Sun." (entire item)]

1954 4.454 Well known guide passes. In: Here and There on the Desert [section]. Desert Magazine, 17(11)(November):27. ["Grand Canyon--W. M. 'Bud' Clawson, great grandson of Brigham Young, who was a guide for many years in the Grand Canyon, and became known as 'Rainbow Bud,' died in Reno, Nevada, after a long illness. Clawson was born in Salt Lake City in 1896. He achieved an outstanding record as a bronc rider and was a ranger until the time of his illness.--Coconino Sun." (entire item)]

1956 4.338 William H. Markey, Jr. In: Deaths [section]. American Hospital Association, Journal, 30:92. [Markey was aboard the TWA Constellation that crashed in Grand Canyon.]

1961 4.461 The "Mayor" passes. Desert Magazine, 26(6)(June):3. [Theodore "Ed" Rochester of the Colorado River town, Picacho.]

1962 4.401 The silver-tongued sunbeam. Time, (June 8):. [Henry Fountain Ashurst, former U.S. Senator from Arizona. Regarding his voice and use of multisyllabic words, quoted, "I could throw 56-pound words clear across the Grand Canyon." (entire note)]

1976 4.9 Emery C. Kolb, 94, photographer and Grand Canyon explorer, dies. New York Times [newspaper], (December 13):38. >Mon. 8: 11-11< [Kolb, Emery Clifford (1881-1976)]

1977 4.155 Tribute to a legend. Frontier Times, 51(4)(June-July). [Kolb, Emery Clifford (1881-1976)]

1977 4.186 In memorium [sic]; [Emery Clifford Kolb, 15 February 1881-11 December 1976. Grand Canyon SAMA, 3(21)(January 2-16):1. [KOLB, EMERY (1881-1976)]

1977 4.423 Johnny Mac, a 45 year NPS vet, dies. National Park Courier (U.S. National Park Service, Employees and Alumni Association), 24(5)(May):3. [John S. McLaughlin, former Superintendent of Grand Canyon National Park.]

1979 4.425 Ward W. Hall. Courier (U.S. National Park Service), 2(11)(September):23. [Bill Hall.]

1980 4.427 Merle E. Stitt. Courier (U.S. National Park Service), 3(8)(July):23.

1980 4.428 John H. Riffey. Courier (U.S. National Park Service), 3(10)(September):23.

1981 4.430 Mrs. Harold Bryant. Courier (U.S. National Park Service), 4(3)(March):19. [Amy Bryant, wife of the retired superintendent of Grand Canyon National Park.]

1982 4.431 Jean Frederick Bart. In: Deaths [section]. Courier (U.S. National Park Service), (June):5. [Former postmaster at Grand Canyon, mid-1950s until retirement in 1975; previously employed by Fred Harvey since 1936.]

1982 4.10 Emery Clifford Kolb, 1881-1976. Emery Kolb Society, Newsletter, 1(1)(January):1. [Kolb, Emery Clifford (1881-1976)]

1984 4.322 Charlie Houser, Interior Department expert, dies. In: Census [section]. Jet, 65(21)(January 30):18. [Charlie L. Houser died after injuries sustained in helicopter accident when it struck a cable over Colorado River in Grand Canyon December 8, 1983.]

1984 4.432 Ranger Garrison dies at 80. Courier (U.S. National Park Service), 29(3)(March):28. [Lemuel "Lon" A. Garrison.]

1984 4.433 [Preston Patraw.] Courier (U.S. National Park Service), 29(3)(March):28. [Death of Pat Patraw.]

1985 4.434 Ernst T. Christensen. Courier (U.S. National Park Service), 30(1)(January):20. [Notes in part, "Mr. Christensen will be remembered for the design and construction of lables used on various nature trails, as well as the planning of trails on the North Rim of Grand Canyon and Everglades." (entire note)]

1985 4.435 Garrison interment. Courier (U.S. National Park Service), 30(3)(March):21. ["Interment of Lon and Inger Garrison will be in Grand Canyon National Park following a memorial service at 4 pm on April 3 in the Shrine of the Ages Chapel. Rev. Warren Ost of Christian Ministry will officiate. Lon died in February 1984 and Inger in January 1985." (entire item)]

1990 4.11 Kenny Ross; 1908-1990. Grand Canyon River Guides [newsletter], 3(4)(October):5. [Ross, Kenny (1908-1990)]

1991 4.12 Eloise Fain Turner (1906-1991). Grand Canyon Pioneers Society, Newsletter, 2(3):4. [Turner, Eloise Fain (1906-1991)]

1992 4.13 John George Verkamp; a memorial. Grand Canyon Pioneers Society, Newsletter, 3(1):4. [Verkamp, John George]

1992 4.14 Deaths. Grand Canyon Pioneers Society, Newsletter, 3(2):6. [Shirley, Joe C.]

1992 4.15 Deaths. Grand Canyon Pioneers Society, Newsletter, 3(2):6. [Bartlett, Thelma]

1992 4.16 Georgie; 1910-1992. The News (Grand Canyon River Guides), 5(3)(Summer):1. [White, Georgie (1910-1992)]

1992 4.17 Joy. The News (Grand Canyon River Guides), 5(4)(Fall):7. [Carber, Joy Ungricht (1952-1992)]

1992 4.420 Thelma Bartlett. Rimmin' (Grand Canyon Pioneers and Villagers), 7(1)(Spring/Summer):[3]-[4].

1993 4.436 Millard Waldo Wilcox. In: NPS People [section]. Courier (U.S. National Park Service), 38(5)(Summer):26. [Obituary for Wilcox, who once had worked at Grand Canyon. "It was there he completed his most formidable enigneering challenge in seeking out water resources within the Grand Canyon and being involved in the survey, design, and supervision of the construction of the Trans Canyon Water line, a 14-mile project diverting water down Bright Angel Canyon, across the Colorado River, and up to the South Rim." (entire note)]

1993 4.18 Maribeth Riffey. The News (Grand Canyon River Guides), 6(2)(Summer):11. [Riffey, Maribeth]

1993 4.19 Obituary. Grand Canyon Pioneers Society, Newsletter, 4(7):6. [Schmidtke, Millie]

1993 4.20 Wallace Stegner. The News (Grand Canyon River Guides), 6(2)(Summer):11. [Stegner, Wallace ( -1993)]

1994 4.21 Mary Harris. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 8(1):21. [Harris, Mary]

1994 4.22 Paula Schiewe. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 8(1):21. [Schiewe, Paula]

1995 4.23 A whale of a man. High Country News, 27(24)(December 25):2. [Hansen, Curtis ("Whale")]

1995 4.24 Derryl Diamond. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 8(3):17. [Diamond, Derryl]

1995 4.25 Whale. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 8(4):6. [Hansen, Curtis ("Whale")]

1996 4.26 Farewell to an old pioneer. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society newsletter), 7(5):8. [Shirley, Jim]

1996 4.27 Persis Farley. Hibernacle News, 1996:3. [Farley, Persis ( -1996)]

1997 4.28 Award-winning artist passes away. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association Member Newsletter), 3(1)(Spring):4. [Dudley, John (Jack)]

1997 4.29 Tom Yerkes. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 10(3)(Summer):41. [Yerkes, Tom]

1998 4.30 Carol Burke, 1934-1998. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 11(3)(Summer):13. [Burke, Carol (1934-1998)]

1998 4.31 GCPS mourns loss of member. Grand Canyon Pioneers Society, Bulletin, 2(1):1. [Nelson was a beautician at Bright Angel Lodge.] [Nelson, Bernice Windsor ( -1997)]

1998 4.32 Jake Luck. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 11(4)(Fall):22. [Luck, Jake ( -1998)]

1998 4.33 Our sympathy. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society), 2(6):4. [Notice only.] [McKee, Barbara ( -1998)]

1998 4.34 The many sides of Barry Goldwater. 1909-1998. Boatman's Quarterly Review, Anonymous

1999 4.36 Our condolences. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society), 3(5):3. [Meyer, Elizabeth ("Betty") Kent ( -1999)]

1999 4.37 Frank L. Bradney. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society), 3(8):4. [Bradney, Frank L. (1914-1999)]

1999 4.38 Marvin Bennett. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society), 3(8):4. [Bennett, Marvin ( -1999)]

1999 4.141 One less Harvey Girl. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society), 3(9):1. [Anderson, Louise "Jo"]

1999 4.142 Obituary. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society), 3(10):2. [Hart, Catherine (Kay) ( -1999)]

2000 4.168 Sierra Club mourns death of David Brower. Canyon Echo (Sierra Club, Grand Canyon Chapter), 36(9)(December 2000-January 2001):1. [Brower, David (1912-2000)]

2000 4.169 David Brower, 1912-2000; a biography from Earth Island Institute. Canyon Echo (Sierra Club, Grand Canyon Chapter), 36(9)(December 2000-January 2001):3. [Brower, David (1912-2000)]

2000 4.175 David Brower, 1912-2000: Friend of Glen Canyon and the Colorado River. Living Rivers Currents (Glen Canyon Action Network), 1(1)(December):1, 4. [Brower, David (1912-2000)]

2000 4.156 "Always make it fun!" The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society), 4(7):2. [Beer, Bill ( -2000)]

2000 4.157 John D. Bradley. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society), 4(7):4. [Bradley, John D. ( -2000)]

2000 4.158 Michael Archenhold. In: In memorial [sic, feature]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 13(3)(Fall):9. [Archenhold, Michael ( -2000)]

2000 4.159 Marc Reisner. In: In memorial [sic, feature]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 13(3)(Fall):10. [Excerpted from online edition of the San Franciso Chronicle.] [Reisner, Marc ( -2000)]

2000 4.160 Lunar crater named for planetary geologist Gene Shoemaker (1928-1997). Boatman's Quarterly Review, 13(3)(Fall):52.

2000 4.146 Condolences. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society), 4(3):3. [Lauzon, Elsie ( -2000)]

2001 4.176 David Brower. Headwaters, (Winter 2001):15. [Brower, David (1912-2000)]

2001 4.177 David Brower dies at 88. Paddler, 21(2)(March/April):33. [Item signed "db".] [Brower, David (1912-2000)]

2001 4.178 John George "Jack" Verkamp II. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society), 5(4):3. [From Arizona Republic, March 22, 2001.] [Verkamp, John George "Jack", II (1916-2001)]

2001 4.170 Sam Fenner. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society), 5(1):2. [Fenner, Sam ( -2000)]

2001 4.171 The passing of Brick Mortenson. The Waiting List (Grand Canyon Private Boaters Association), 4(4)(Winter 2000-2001):19. [Mortenson, Vernon "Brick" ( -1999)]

2001 4.172 David Brower; friend of flowing rivers; July 1, 1912-November 5, 2000. The Confluence (Colorado Plateau River Guides), no. 22 (February), p. 1. [Brower, David (1912-2000)]

2001 4.188 In honor of George Lamont Mancuso, Grand Canyon photographer and conservationist, November 7, 1954, to August 26, 2001. Colorado Plateau Advocate, (Winter):16-17. [Distributed January 2002.] [MANCUSO, GEORGE LAMONT (1954-2001)]

2002 4.189 Becky Settles remembered. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society), 6(1):2. [INGRAM, BECKY SETTLES ( -2001)]

2002 4.190 Dr. Robert Clark Euler, August 8, 1924-January 13, 2002. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society), 6(2):3. [EULER, ROBERT CLARK (1924-2002)]

2002 4.200 Loren H. Lauzon, July 14, 1922-May 15, 2002. In: Remembering [unpaginated insert]. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society), 6(7):[insert p. [1]]. [LAUZON, LOREN H. (1922-2002)]

2002 4.202 Sharp. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society), 6(9):2. [Sharp, Robert K. (1932-2002)]

2002 4.204 We've lost three more of our own. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 15(3)(Fall):Late Edition Page 1 [loose insert]. [GRUA, KENTON ( -2002), JONES, SABRA ( -2002), MARSTON, NATHAN ( -2002)]

2003 4.220 Our sympathies to the families and friends of Bernice Seeberg Meadows. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 7(6):4. [From Kingman Daily Miner.] [Meadows, Bernice Seeberg (1929-2003)]

2003 4.221 Our sympathies to the families and friends of Helen Smolenski Steck. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 7(6):4. [From Albuquerque Journal.] [Steck, Helen Smolenski ( -2003)]

2004 4.225 We will miss you, George. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 8(5):7. [Steck, George Powell (1925-2004)]

2004 4.226 In memoriam: George Steck, 1925-2004. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association Member Newsletter), 10(2)(Summer):4. [Steck, George Powell (1925-2004)]

2005 4.241 Note to members. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 9(2):3. [Bosley, Dorothy ( -2004)]

2005 4.266 A tribute to Ron Doyle. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association Member Newsletter), 11(3)(Fall):9.

2006 4.267 Ruth Stephens Baker. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 10(10):2. [Baker, Ruth Stephens ( -2006)]

2006 4.273 Bill Byron Sanderson, 1937-2006. In: Farewell [section]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 19(4)(Winter 2006-2007):4. [Sanderson, Bill Byron (1937-2006)]

2006 4.274 Brian Coombs, 1944-2006. In: Farewell [section]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 19(4)(Winter 2006-2007):5. [Coombs, Edward Brian (1944-2004)]

2006 4.249 Fred Burke. In: Farewell [section]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 18(4)(Winter 2005/2006):7. [First notice.] [Burke, Fred ( -2005)]

2006 4.251 Jeanne Schick--original Pioneer. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 10(3):2. [Schick, Jeanne ( -2006)]

2008 4.284 Tom Clausing. In: Farewells. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 21(3)(Fall):3. [Clausing, Tom ( -2008)]

2008 4.285 Don Baars. In: Farewells. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 21(3)(Fall):3. [Baars, Don ( -2008)]

2008 4.286 Don Crisp. In: Farewells. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 21(3)(Fall):4. [Crisp, Don ( -2008)] [Owned Canyon Jetboat Services.]

2008 4.287 Jack Morrison. In: Farewells. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 21(3)(Fall):4. [Morrison, Jack ( -2008)]

2009 4.319 In memoriam--James F. LaBounty, PhD 1942-2008. In: Lake Mead Science Symposium, January 13 and 14, 2009, Las Vegas, Nevada; Program. [Las Vegas: University of Nevada at Las Vegas], p. 2.

2009 4.302 Dylan Dewey Hopkins. In: Farewells [section]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 22(1)(Spring):9. [Hopkins, Dylan Dewey ( -2008)]

2009 4.303 In memoriam; Laurent "Maverick" Gaudreau, 1926-2009; Shirley Gaudreau, 1936-2009. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association member newsletter), 15(1)(Spring):9.

2009 4.305 In memorium [sic]. Colorado Plateau Advocate, (Summer/Fall):23. [Moody, Tom ( -2009)]

2009 4.310 Buford Belgard--1920-2009. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 13(6)(November):1.

2010 4.313 Engineering history; Stephen D. Bechtel, Sr. (1900-1989). American Society of Civil Engineers, San Bernardino and Riverside Counties Branch [newsletter], (January):2.

2010 4.455 In memoriam. Lt. Col. James M. McGee. Arizona Attorney, (July/August):55. [Notes: "As a Marine, he stayed active with the corps, serving as air boss of 'Operation Supai' Toys for Tots for the last 14 years. He coordinated his Marine Corps Reserve airlift drop into the Havasupai Village at the bottom of the Grand Canyon each Christmas season. Jim conducted his missions with immense pride and a selfless devotion to duty, which was reflected in the faces of the children each Christmas." (entire note)]

2010 4.334 Michael Castelli, April 17, 1946-June 21, 2010. In: Farewells [section]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 23(3)(Fall):3.

2011 4.359 Eagle Mae Smith Jones (1933-2011); 28-year resident of Grand Canyon. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 15(6)(November):1.

2011 4.351 In memoriam: James B. Nachman, MD, 1948-2011. In: Member News and Notes [section]. Pathways to Discovery (University of Chicago, Comprehensive Cancer Center), (Fall):5. [Died while on rafting trip in Grand Canyon; noted in passing.]

2012 4.378 Tim Whitney. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 25(1)(Spring):5. [Includes comments by Pam Whitney.]

2012 4.450 Eulogy; Pam Havatone; 16 years at Grand Canyon West; Thank you Pam! Gamyu (Hualapai Tribe), (15)(July 20):13. [Pamela "I.O." Havatone.]

2013 4.419 Mary Simpson: Touched the lives of many. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 17(5)(September/October):1-2

2013 4.463 R.I.P. Rebecca Ann Watahomigie. Pinyon Press (Xanterra South Rim, L.L.C., Grand Canyon), 2013(3)(February 6):10. [Watahomogie had worked for Fred Harvey/Xanterra at Grand Canyon for more than 38 years.]

2013 4.464 Ode to Rebecca Watahomigie. Pinyon Press (Xanterra South Rim, L.L.C., Grand Canyon), 2013(4)(February 20):5. [Remembrances written by "Starr", "Lavonda", "Maryalice", "Karen", and "Becka".]

2013 4.437 Remembering Bill Rinne; Reclamation mourns the passing of Bill Rinne, former acting Commissioner. ETA (Efficiency, Transparency, Accountability) (U.S. Bureau of Reclamation), (December):12-13. [See p. 13, photograph of Rinne on the Colorado River in Grand Canyon.]

2013 4.406 Lois Jotter Cutter. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Historical society), 17(3)(May/June):1-2. [Lois Jotter Cutter (1914-2013).]

2013 4.407 Bill Ott, May 13, 1946-April ?, 2012. In: Farewells [section]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 26(2)(Summer):6. [Item signed, "some of his old buddies".]

2013 4.392 Don Peterson. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 17(1)(January/February):1. [Donald P. Peterson.]

2014 4.462 Stan W. Stockton--NPS packer. The Ol' Pioneer, 25(2)(Spring):4-5. [Stanley Walter Stockton (1941-2013), livestock packer for the National Park Service at Grand Canyon National Park, who also worked with the feral burro removals.]

2014 4.460 Mike Verkamp. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 18(2)(March/April):1. [Cornelius Michael Verkamp.]
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1995 4.40 "Fish Eyes" runs his last rapid. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 8(2):26. [Accompanied by an excerpt from Masland's "By the Rim of Time".] [Masland, Frank E., Jr.]

1997 4.41 River runner/historian P.T. runs the Last Rapid. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 10(1):16-18. [Issue "Winter 1996-1997" mailed February 1997.] [Also see Errata, 10(3)(Summer):6.] [Reilly, P. T. (1911-1986)]

2010 4.335 Hal G. Stephens. In: Farewells [section]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 23(3)(Fall):3-4. [Stephens, Hal G. ( -2010)]

2010 4.327 Stuart Udall [sic]. In: Farewells [section]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 23(2)(Summer):5-7. [See also “Corrections”, 23(3):2.] [Udall, Stewart Lee (1920-2010)]
Aiken, Mercy

1997 4.42 In memory of Dale. Nature Notes (Grand Canyon National Park), 3(3)(Fall):11. [Schmidt, Dale]
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2002 4.199 J. Harvey Butchart, May 10, 1907-May 29, 2002. In: Remembering [unpaginated insert]. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society), 6(7):[insert p. [1]]. [BUTCHART, J. HARVEY (1907-2002)]
Alden, William C.

1927 4.43 Memorial of Willis Thomas Lee. Geological Society of America, Bulletin, 38:70-92, plate 5. [Lee, Willis Thomas (1864-1926)]
Allen, J. A.

1909 4.44 Biographical memoir of Elliott Coues, 1842-1899. U.S. National Academy of Sciences, Biographical Memoirs, 6:395-446 (see pp. 410-413). [Coues, Elliott (1842-1899)]
Arndorfer, Mary Ellen

1998 4.45 Karen Hasse Ticknor, 1954-1998. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 11(3)(Summer):13. [Ticknor, Karen Hasse (1954-1998)]
Aronson, Jeffe

1993 4.46 Hosteen. The News (Grand Canyon River Guides), 6(3)(Late Summer):9. [Interpreter, Ray ( -1993)]
Aspen Printing

2006 4.265 Thanks, Gerry. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 19(2)(Summer):46. [Weishapl, Gerald ( -2006)]
Atwood, A. W.

1965 4.270 Herbert Hoover, 1874-1964. International Statistical Institute, Review (Institute International de Statistique, Revue), 33(2):335-337. [Hoover, Herbert (1874-1964).]
Bain, George

2000 4.147 A tribute to Wesley. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 13(2)(Spring):21. [Smith, Wesley ( -2000)]
Balsom, Jan

2002 4.192 [Memorial.] In: In memoriam; Bob Euler. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 15(1)(Spring):6-7. [EULER, ROBERT CLARK ( -2002)]
Basehart, Harry W., and Hill, W. W.

1965 4.252 Leslie Spier, 1893-1961. American Anthropologist, new series, 67(5, Part 1)(October):1258-1277.
Bassett, Sue

2011 4.368 Floyd Stevens, January 13, 1949-March 29, 2010. In: Farewell [section]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 24(4)(Winter 2011-2012):4-5.
Baum, Henry Mason

1902 4.210 John Wesley Powell. Records of the Past, 1(11):324-326. [Powell, John Wesley (1834-1902)]
Beck, Cliff

2002 4.208 In fond memory. Grand Canyon Footprints, 1(5)(Fall):. [N.B.: Issue numeration reversed from convention, as "Issue 1, Volume 5".] [BUTCHART, ROMA ( -2002) and BUTCHART, HARVEY ( -2002)]
Becker, George F.

1912 4.388 Major C. E. Dutton. American Journal of Science, Series 4, 33(April):387-388.
Benedict, Ruth

1939 4.371 Edward Sapir. American Anthropologist, 41(3)(July/September):465-477.
Benjamin, Marcus

1893 4.418 Newberry, John Strong. Appleton's Annual Cyclopaedia and Register of Important Events, 32 (new series, 17):562-563. [Title-page: Appleton's Annual Cyclopædia of Register of Important Events of the Year 1892 (New York: D. Appleton and Co.).]
Bierhaus, Sherman E.

1978 4.424 [Death of Ethel A. Metzger.] In: Letters [section]. Courier (U.S. National Park Service), 1(5)(April):11. [Mrs. Art Metzger; both were U.S. Post Office employees at Grand Canyon.]
Blackwedler, Brent

2001 4.209 A tribute to David Brower. Earth Focus, 30(4)(Winter):9. [Brower, David (1912-2000)]
Boccagno, Steve

2002 4.216 Sabra Lynn Jones. In: In Memorium [sic; feature]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 15(4)(Winter 2002-2003):7. [Jones, Sabra Lynn ( -2002)]
Bowman, Isaiah

1934 4.253 William Morris Davis. Geographical Review, 24(2)(April):177-181. [Davis, William Morris (1850-1934)]
Boyer, Diane

2004 4.235 Bob Sharp; Daredevil Bob, eldest of the first 100, goes on his last exploration. In: Farewells [section]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 17(3)(Fall):10-11. [Also see comment by Ivo Lucchitta, 17(4):5.] [Sharp, Robert ( -2004)]
Brewer, William H.

1902 4.346 John Wesley Powell. American Journal of Science, Series 4, 14:377-382.
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2000 4.148 A tribute to Wesley. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 13(2)(Spring):20. [Smith, Wesley ( -2000)]
Britton, N. L.

1893 4.415 John Strong Newberry. Torrey Botanical Club, Bulletin, 20(3)(March 15):89-98, portrait (frontispiece), Plate 142).
Brower, David

2004 4.228 For Donna . . . Boatman's Quarterly Review, 17(2)(Summer):7. [Poem by Brower, read at service for Derald Stewart. Ellipsis is part of title.]
Burke, Kelly

2013 4.395 William Joseph Breed, August 3, 1928-January 22, 2013. In: Farewells [section]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 26(1)(Spring):4-5.
Burke, Kelly, and Dimock, Brad

1997 4.47 Gene Shoemaker. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 10(4)(Fall):4. [Shoemaker, Eugene (-1997)]
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2002 4.201 Dr. John "Harvey" Butchart; notes for Dad's talk. In: Remembering [unpaginated insert]. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society), 6(7):[insert p. [2]]. [BUTCHART, JOHN HARVEY (1907-2002)]
Buwalda, John P.

1934 4.48 William Morris Davis, an appreciation. Scientific Monthly, 38(April):384-387. [Davis, William Morris (1850-1934)]
C., G. L.

1935 4.49 Frederick S. Dellenbaugh. Grand Canyon Nature Notes, 9(12):389-390. [Dellenbaugh, Frederick Samuel (1853-1935)]
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1893 4.50 George Vasey: a biographical sketch. Botanical Gazette, 18:170-183. [Vasey, George (1822-1893)]
Cannon, Chris

2006 4.248 Tony Heaton. In: Farewell [section]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 18(4)(Winter 2005/2006):6-7. [Heaton, Anthony ( -2005)]

2006 4.262 The river knows your name. Grand Canyon River Runner, no. 2 (Spring):11. [Heaton, Anthony (Tony) ( -2005)]

2007 4.279 Steve Currey. In: Farewells [section]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 20(3)(Fall):4-5. [Currey, Steve ( -2007)]
Carlos, Mari

2012 4.376 Remembering a grand friendship. Grand Canyon River Runner, (13)(Winter):2-3. [Bob Matthews.]
Carothers, Kenneth

2004 4.238 Bob Flamme. In: Farewells [section]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 17(4)(Winter 2004-2005):6. [Flamme, Bob ( -2004)]
Carothers, Steven W.

2002 4.403 Introduction: Robert C. Euler, mentor and friend. In: Phillips, David A., Jr., and Ware, John A. (eds.), Culture and environment in the American Southwest: Essays in honor of Robert C. Euler. Phoenix: SWCA Environmental Consultants, Anthropological Research Paper 8.
Cassidy, Dan and Cassidy, Diane

1998 4.51 In memory of P. T. Reilly. In: Western Americana; Grand Canyon of Arizona, Colorado River, Colorado Plateau. Catalogue twelve. Phoenix: Five Quail Books--West, p. 84. [Reilly, P. T. (1911-1986)]
Chamberlain, Alexander F.

1902 4.347 In memoriam: John Wesley Powell, 1834-1902. Journal of American Folklore, 15:199-204.
Childs, Craig

2004 4.231 Childs, Craig 2004 4.231 George Steck. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 17(2)(Summer):10. [Excerpt from Child's Soul of Nowhere.] [Steck, George Powell (1925-2004)]
Collins, George L.

1994 4.52 Frederick S. Dellenbaugh 1854-1935. In: Lamb, Susan (ed.), The best of Grand Canyon Nature Notes. Grand Canyon, Arizona: Grand Canyon Natural History Association, pp. 36-37. [Reprinted from Grand Canyon Nature Notes, March, 1935.] [Dellenbaugh, Frederick Samuel (1853-1935)]
Collins, James P.; Deacon, James; Dowling, Thomas; and Marsh, Paul

2002 4.191 Wendell Lee Minckley, 1935-2001. Copeia, 2002(1):258-262.
Conners, Thomas

2000 4.149 A tribute to Wesley. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 13(2)(Spring):20. [Smith, Wesley ( -2000)]
Cooper, Tom C.

1977 4.53 From the editor. Arizona Highways, 53(2):1. [Kolb, Emery Clifford (1881-1976)]
Dale, O'Connor

1997 4.54 Bayer. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 10(1):15. [Issue "Winter 1996-1997" mailed February 1997.] [Bayer, James Gilbert]
Dall, William Healey

1905 4.55 John Wesley Powell. 1834-1902. Philosophical Society of Washington, Bulletin, 14(August):300-308. [Read before the Society, May 21, 1904.] [Powell, John Wesley (1834-1902)] FQ1:86
Davis, Mikhail

2001 4.173 David Brower: Archdruid, friend, 1912-2000. Hidden Passage (Glen Canyon Institute), no. 7, pp. 6-7. [Brower, David (1912-2000)]
Davis, William Morris

1915 4.56 Biographical memoir of John Wesley Powell, 1834-1902. U.S. National Academy of Sciences, Biographical Memoirs, 8:9-83 (presented to the Academy, 1913) [volume date 1919]. (See particularly pp. 16-19, 20-23.) >Mon. 8: 12-5< [Powell, John Wesley (1834-1902)]
Demaray, A. E.

1923 4.356 The passing of Brighty; a four-footed hero of the Grand Canyon comes to the end of the last trail. Outing, 81(5)(February):225. [Burro.]
Diamond Family

1997 4.58 Bill Diamond. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 10(1):14-15. [Issue "Winter 1996-1997" mailed February 1997.] [Diamond, William August]
Dimock, Brad

1997 4.59 François Leydet. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 10(3)(Summer):13. [Leydet, François]

2000 4.174 David Brower. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 13(4)(Winter):12-13. [Accompanied by photo of Brower by Dugald Bremner. Issue distributed late January 2001.] [Brower, David (1912-2000)]

2000 4.161 Bill Beer. In: In memorial [sic, feature]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 13(3)(Fall):10-11. [Beer, Bill ( -2000)]

2002 4.219 Willis Johnson. In: In Memorium [sic; feature]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 15(4)(Winter 2002-2003):8. [Johnson, Willis ( -2002)]

2003 4.222 David Lavender. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 16(2)(Summer):3. [Lavender, David ( -2003)]

2004 4.229 Don Harris. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 17(2)(Summer):8-9. [Harris, LaPhene "Don" (1911-2004)]

2004 4.230 Wesley Pratt "Peachpit" Larsen (1916-2004). Boatman's Quarterly Review, 17(2)(Summer):9. [Larsen, Wesley Pratt (1916-2004)]

2005 4.244 Linda Lou Lindeman. In: Farewell [section]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 18(2)(Summer):6. [Lindemann, Linda Lou ( -2005)]

2009 4.299 Tom Moody. In: Farewells [section]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 22(1)(Spring):5-7. [Moody, Tom ( -2009)]

2011 4.344 Farewell. Vaughn Short. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 24(1)(Spring):5.
Donlan, C. Josh, and Greene, Harry W.

2011 4.405 Paul S. Martin (1928-2010): Luminary, natural historian, and innovator. PLoS One Biology, 9(2)(February):e1001016, 2 pp. [Includes photograph of Martin at Rampart Cave.]
Dunkleman, Maxine

1993 4.60 Stan. The News (Grand Canyon River Guides), 6(3)(Late Summer):8. [Hollister, Stan ( -1993)]
Eastwood, Greg

2012 4.383 William Bowker--July 19, 1949 to February 22, 2012. In: Farewell [section]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 25(2)(Summer):6-7.
Edwards, Dave

2000 4.150 A tribute to Wesley. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 13(2)(Spring):20. [Smith, Wesley ( -2000)]

2000 4.143 Goodbye Roger. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 13(1)(Winter):8-9. [Roger Henderson ( -1999)]
Evans, Loie

2014 4.466 Philip M. Smith--May 18, 1932-February 16, 2014. In: Farewells [section]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 27(2)(Summer):3-4.
Evison, Herb

1969 4.421 Herb Maier. In: NPS Alumni Notes [section]. National Park Courier (U.S. National Park Service, Employees and Alumni Association), 15(4)(April):3. [In 1926 "was appointed architect and executive agent for the American Association of Museums on a program of museum construction in Yosemite, Grand Canyon, and Yellowstone National Parks. This resulted in his design of . . . the Yavapai Observation Station at Grand Canyon . . . ." (entire note)]
Farquer, Johnnie Bailey

2012 4.384 [Forwards two obituaries for former Harvey Girls at Grand Canyon, from the Prescott Courier.] In: Emails/Letters [section]. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 23(3)(Summer):16. [Dorothy Socolofsky Wills (1928-2010) and Lorraine G. Shankwitz (1920-2011).]
Fedarko, Kevin

2009 4.315 Last September Kevin Fedarko wrote the following to Rudi Petschek. In: Farewells [section]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 22(4)(Winter 2009-2010):5. [Re: Steve "Wren" Reynolds (January 15, 1951-August 12, 2009).]
Frizzell, Barb

2009 4.304 Farewell to a valued member. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 13(4)(July):1. [Schick, Frederick ( -2009).]
Fryxell, Fritiof

1955 4.87 Memorial to Francois Emile Matthes (1874-1948). Geological Society of America, Proceedings, (July):153-168. [Matthes, François Emile (1874-1948)]
G., G. H.

1902 4.399 John Wesley Powell. National Geographic Magazine, 13(11)(November):frontispiece, 393-394. [N.B.: Author's initials are not a lapsus for those of G. K. Gilbert, who is otherwise mentioned and quoted in this memorial.]
G., J., and M., T.

2000 4.162 In tribute to Cale. Waiting List (Grand Canyon Private Boaters Association), 4(3)(Fall):14-15. [Cale Shaffer ( -2000)]
Gallenson, Art, and Quartaroli, Richard D.

2006 4.247 Earl Leseberg. In: Farewell [section]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 18(4)(Winter 2005/2006):6. [Earl Leseberg ( -2005)]
Geanious, Chris

2002 4.217 Patrick Geanious. In: In Memorium [sic; feature]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 15(4)(Winter 2002-2003):7. [Geanious, Patrick ( -2002)]
Gibson, Steve

2005 4.242 Michael Harrison, expert on western Americana. Born: Dec. 13, 1897--Died: April 5, 2005. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 9(5):3. [Reprinted from Sacramento (California) Bee, April 7, 2005.] [Harrison, Michael (1897-2005)]
Gilbert, Grove Karl

no date 4.349 John Wesley Powell. Spring Grove, Minnesota: Five Quail Books. [Facsimile reprint of the memorial in Smithsonian Institution, Annual Report for Year Ending June 30, 1902. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, pp. 633-640, plate 1 (1903).]

1902 4.89 John Wesley Powell. Science, new series, 16(406)(October 10):560-567, plate. [Powell, John Wesley (1834-1902)] FQ17:355 [offprint]

1903 4.90 John Wesley Powell. Smithsonian Institution, Annual Report for Year Ending June 30, 1902. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, pp. 633-640, plate 1. [Powell, John Wesley (1834-1902)] FQ1:87 [date erroneously given as 1896] FQ6:213 [facsimile] FQ7:178 [facsimile] FQ8:341 [disbound] FQ9:507 [facsimile] FQ9A:68 [unstated facsimile] FQ10:272 [facsimile]

1903 4.91 Powell as a geologist. In: John Wesley Powell. Proceedings of a meeting commemorative of his distinguished services; held in Columbian University under the auspices of the Washington Academy of Sciences, February 16, 1903. Washington Academy of Sciences, Proceedings, 5:113-117.

1903 4.312 (ed.) John Wesley Powell; a memorial to an American explorer and scholar; comprising articles by Mrs. M. D. Lincoln (Bessie Beach), Grove Karl Gilbert, Marcus Baker, and Paul Carus. (Reprinted from "The Open Court".) Chicago: Open Court Publishing Co., 75 pp. [By-lines not given for individual chapters. Originally published in The Open Court, December 1902-June 1903.]
Gleason, Hollis T.

1949 4.449 In memoriam; Norman and Doris Nevills (victims of an airplane crash September 19, 1949). Desert Magazine, 13(2)(December):12. [In verse.] [Norman Nevills, Doris Nevills.]
Golbfarb, Ben

2014 4.456 Mountain man. (Photos by Aaron Huey.) High Country News, 46(4)(March 3):3. [Leonard Knight, creator of Slab City, near Niland, California, who died February 10 aged 82.]
Graf, William; Gober, Patricia; and Brazel, Anthony J.

2001 4.311 Melvin G. Marcus, 1929-1997. Association of American Geographers, Annals, 91(4):724-733. [Includes notes of Grand Canyon work, pp. 727, 729.]
Gramzinski, Wayne

1993 4.92 Ray. The News (Grand Canyon River Guides), 6(3)(Late Summer):9. [Interpreter, Ray ( -1993)]
Grand Canyon Trust, Staff

1995 4.93 In memorium [sic]; C. Gregory Crampton. Colorado Plateau Advocate, (Fall):15. [Crampton, C. Gregory (1911-1995)]
Grand Canyon West Airport, Fire and Emergency Management Service

2014 4.468 In memory of Brian Stewart. Canyon Connection (Grand Canyon Resort Corporation), (10)(May):[6]. [Assistant Airport Manager, Grand Canyon West.]
Green, Keith

2012 4.380 A mysterious death. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 16(2)(March):1. [Terry Magda Mische, former Phantom Ranch manager (died after diving in the Caribbean, cause undetermined). Includes note, "Probably her most enduring legacy[,] there was the purchase of that stamp for postcards that reads, 'Mailed by mule at the bottom of the Grand Canyon--Phantom Ranch.'"]
Green, Nancy

2012 4.383 Devoted member of the Grand Canyon Historical Society passes on. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 23(3)(Summer):3. [Keetna, 14, black labrador dog belonging to Keith and Nancy Green.]
Gregg, Walt

2008 4.282 Frank McNeel Bird. In: Farewell. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 21(2)(Summer):8. [Bird, Frank McNeel ( -2008).]
Grua, Michelle

2002 4.211 Kenton "Factor" Grua. In: In Memorium [sic; feature]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 15(4)(Winter 2002-2003):4. [Grua, Kenton ( -2002)]
Gumerman, George J.

2002 4.402 Robert C. Euler, 1924-2002. The SAA Archaeological Record (Society for American Archaeology), 2(3)(May):37.

2002 4.404 Robert C. Euler: Scholar. In: Phillips, David A., Jr., and Ware, John A. (eds.), Culture and environment in the American Southwest: Essays in honor of Robert C. Euler. Phoenix: SWCA Environmental Consultants, Anthropological Research Paper 8.
Gutschick, Raymond C.

1985 4.94 Edwin Dinwiddie McKee (1906-1984). American Association of Petroleum Geologists, Bulletin, 69(2):491-493. >Mon. 8: 12-5< [McKee, Edwin Dinwiddie (1906-1984)]

1986 4.95 Memorial to Edwin Dinwiddee [sic] McKee, 1906-1984. Geological Society of America, Memorial, 6 pp. >Mon. 8: 12-5< [McKee, Edwin Dinwiddie (1906-1984)]
Hall, Dan

2013 4.398 Meeting Tim Whitney. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 26(1)(Spring):18.
Hamilton, Lynn

2009 4.300 [Tom Moody.] In: Farewells [section]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 22(1)(Spring):6-7. [Moody, Tom ( -2009)]

2010 4.325 [Remembrance of Ted Hatch.] Boatman's Quarterly Review, 23(2)(Summer):2.
Harkness, William

1893 4.294 [John Strong Newberry.] In: January 11, 1893.--Stated meeting. American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Proceedings, 28:295-296. [Newberry, John Strong (1822-1892)]
Hatch, Sarah

2012 4.389 Nathan Carrington Avery, March 10, 1967-August 18, 2012. In: Farewell [section]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 25(4)(Winter 2012-2013):4-5.
Hedden, Bill

2008 4.288 In honor of Jim Trees. Colorado Plateau Advocate, (Summer/Fall):30. [Trees, Jim ( -2008)]
Hellyer, Dave

1993 4.96 Fair sailing, Georgie--and happy landings! Georgie Clark 1910-1992. In: Five Quail Books, Catalogue Seven. Spring Grove, Minnesota: Five Quail Books, p. 60. [White, Georgie (1910-1992)]
Henderson, Randall

1949 4.448 Just Between You and Me [column]. Desert Magazine, 13(1)(November):46. [Includes memorial to Norman Nevills and Doris Nevills.]
Herrman, Matt

2007 4.276 Joseph Lewis Tonsmeire, January 22,1948-March 7, 2007. In: Farewell [section]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 20(2)(Summer):6. [Includes a poem by Joe's daughter, Amy.]
Hobbs, William Herbert

1934 4.97 John Wesley Powell, 1834-1902. Scientific Monthly, 39(December):519-529. >Mon. 8: 12-5< [Powell, John Wesley (1834-1902)]
Honan, William H.

1993 4.98 Wallace Stegner is dead at 84; Pulitzer Prize-winning author. New York Times [newspaper], (April 15). [Stegner, Wallace ( -1993)]
Hopkinson, Ann

2006 4.459 [Fletcher Anderson.] In: Obituaries [section]. Mountain Gazette, (123)(April/May):15-16.
Horn, George H.

1883 4.373 John Lawrence LeConte. Science, 2(December 21):783-786.
Hough, Walter

1933 4.254 William Henry Holmes. American Anthropologist, new series, 35(4)(October-December):752-764. [Holmes, William Henry (1846-1933)]
Hutchinson, Andy

2002 4.206 Jan Yost. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 15(3)(Fall):9-10. [YOST, JAN ( -2002)]

2004 4.227 Derald Stewart. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 17(2)(Summer):6-7. [Stewart, Derald]
Hyde, B. G., and Day, P.

1992 4.337 John Stuart Anderson, 9 January 1908-25 December 1990. Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society, 38(November):3-26 + microfiche (see pp. 21-22). [Microfiche includes lists of papers published by decedents; "Anderson" leaves enumerated 42-56.]
Joerg, W. L. G.

1950 4.255 Erich von Drygalski. Geographical Review, 40(3)(July):489-491. [Drygalski, Erich von (1865-1949)]
Johns, Richard H.

1981 4.99 Memorial to Ian Campbell, 1899-1978. Geological Society of America, 9 pp. >Mon. 8: 12-5< [Campbell, Ian (1899-1978)]
Johnson, Kevin

2000 4.151 A tribute to Wesley. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 13(2)(Spring):21. [Smith, Wesley ( -2000)]
Jones, Kristine L.

2010 4.354 In appreciation of Henry Farmer Dobyns, 3 July 1925 to 22 June 2009. Ethnohistory, 57(3)(Summer):357-362.
Jones, Trinkle

2002 4.193 [Memorial.] In: In memoriam; Bob Euler. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 15(1)(Spring):6. [EULER, ROBERT CLARK ( -2002)]
Jordan, Coby

2008 4.289 In honor of Jim Trees. Colorado Plateau Advocate, (Summer/Fall):30. [Trees, Jim ( -2008)]
Karraker, David O.

1981 4.429 Anthony A. Dean. In: Deceased [section]. Courier (U.S. National Park Service), 4(1)(January):27. [Tony Dean, instructor in Resources Management, Albright Training Center, Grand Canyon, fatally injured in a fall at Grand Canyon.]
Kemp, James Furman

1893 4.329 In memoriam. Professor John Strong Newberry. Colorado School of Mines Quarterly, 14(2)(January):93-111. [Newberry, John Strong (1822-1892)]

1893 4.100 Memorial of John Strong Newberry. Geological Society of America, Bulletin, 4:393-406. [Newberry, John Strong (1822-1892)]
Kloepfer, Jack "Paco"

2001 4.179 A tribute to Dave Kloepfer. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 14(1)(Spring):41. [N.B.: Decedent’s and author’s surname are misspelled “Klopefer”; corrected here, fide R. D. Quartaroli.]
Kovalik, Kyle

2004 4.240 Ron Hayes. In: Farewells [section]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 17(4)(Winter 2004-2005):7. [Hayes, Ron (1929-2004)]
Ladd, Gary

2004 4.232 George Steck. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 17(2)(Summer):10. [Steck, George Powell (1925-2004)]

2004 4.280 In memory. In: Gary Ladd's canyon light; Lake Powell and the Grand Canyon. Las Vegas, Nevada: Stephens Press, LLC, [second state?] p. 8. (A CERCA Book.) [Volume with stated date 2003.] ["In memory" is a memorial to George Steck, author of the Forword to the volume. "In memory" apparently appears in a second state of the volume, which may be identified by copies of the book in which p. 8 comprises this memorial; and further, the first page of the editor's Preface (by A. D. Hopkins) is thus supplanted by the memorial, and only the end of Hopkins' signed Preface appears on p. 9. Publication information on verso of title-page does not indicate either a revised or 2nd printing.] [Steck, George Powell (1925-2004)]
Leavengood, Betty

2011 4.343 Gale Burak (1817-2011). The Bulletin, (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 15(2)(March):1-2. ("This article was authored by Betty Leavengood, and was taken from interviews Betty conducted with Gale Burak for her book. Grand Canyon Women, published by the Grand Canyon Association in 2004." [sic])
Lee, Katie

2000 4.163 Tad Nichols. In: In memorial [sic, feature]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 13(3)(Fall):9. [Nichols, Tad ( -2000)]

2000 4.164 One leg missing. Hidden Passage (Glen Canyon Institute), no. 6 (Fall 2000), p. 15. [Nichols, Tad ( -2000)]

2002 4.214 J. Frank Wright. In: In Memorium [sic; feature]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 15(4)(Winter 2002-2003):6.
Lippincott, J. B.

1920 4.391 Homer Hamlin--an appreciation. Reclamation Record, 11(7)(July):334. ["A few months prior to his death he made a trip down the Colorado River from near the mouth of the Virgin tributary to Yuma. This expedition was devoted particularly to the study of the possibilitis of a great storage enterprise at the lower end of the Grand Canyon at a point known as Boulder Canyon."]
Longwell, Chester R.

1954 4.101 Memorial to Herbert Ernest Gregory (1869-1952). Geological Society of America, Proceedings, Annual Report for 1953, pp. 115-123. >Mon. 8: 12-11< [Gregory, Herbert Ernest (1869-1952)]

1958 4.102 Clarence Edward Dutton; May 15, 1841-January 4, 1912. U.S. National Academy of Sciences, Biographical Memoirs, 32:132-145. [Dutton, Clarence Edward (1841-1912)]
Lucchitta, Ivo

2006 4.263 Luna Leopold. In: Farewells [section]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 19(2)(Summer):3. [Leopold, Luna ( -2006)]

2007 4.275 Don Elston. In: Farewell [section]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 20(1)(Spring 2006-2007)[sic]:12. [Elston, Don ( -2006).]
Mackay, Vicki

2004 4.234 Collin Peter McKnight. In: Farewells [section]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 17(3)(Fall):10. [McKnight, Collin Peter (1975-2004)]

2006 4.260 Mary Kay Allen, November 29, 1956-January 31, 2006. In: Farewells [section]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 19(1)(Spring):4.
Madariaga, Anne

2002 4.197 In loving memory of Roma Butchart; by her daughter, Anne Madariaga. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society), 6(5):3.
Maples, Christopher G., and Buchanan, Rex

1989 4.104 Raymond Cecil Moore (1892-1974): Memorial and bibliography (in celebration of the 100th anniversary of the Kansas Geological Survey). Journal of Paleontology, 63(6, Supplement):1-29 (jointly as Paleontological Society, Memoir 25). [Moore, Raymond Cecil (1892-1974)]
Marston, Dianna

2002 4.218 Nathan Marston. In: In Memorium [sic; feature]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 15(4)(Winter 2002-2003):8. [Marston, Nathan ( -2002)]
Marston, Jeffrey

2005 4.245 Garth Marston. In: Farewell [section]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 18(2)(Summer):6-7. [Marston, Garth ( -2005)]
Martin, Richard ["Ricardo"]

2000 4.165 David Brower. Waiting List (Grand Canyon Private Boaters Association), 4(3)(Fall):14. [David Brower ( -2000)]
Martin, Tom

1997 4.105 Dugald Bremner. Waiting List (Grand Canyon Private Boaters Association), (July):12. [Bremner, Dugald]
Mathien, Frances Joan, and Stewart, Peckham

1995 4.256 Albert Henry Schroeder, 1914-1993. American Antiquity, 60(4):668-676.
Mattox, Don

2004 4.233 George Powell Steck; 1/11/1925-4/13/2004. Footprints, no. 11 (July/October):2.
McElya, Bruce W.

2000 4.166 Tad Nichols. Waiting List (Grand Canyon Private Boaters Association), 4(3)(Fall):15. [Tad Nichols ( -2000)]
McGivern, Bob

2000 4.243 Memorial address; Heinz Ernst Reinhard Gruner, 1897-1993. Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing, 66(8)(August). [Reference to Claude Birdseye and Colorado River.] [Grunner, Heinz Ernst Reinhard (1897-1993)]
McGivney, Annette

2002 4.320 A tragic end to a lifelong "love affair"; George Mancuso, 1955-2001. Backpacker, 30(1)(February)(201):18.
Melville, Bob

2000 4.152 A tribute to Wesley. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 13(2)(Spring):21. [Smith, Wesley ( -2000)]
Mendenhall, W. C.

1920 4.106 Memorial of Grove Karl Gilbert. Geological Society of America, Bulletin, 31:26-64. FQ9:508 [offprint] [Gilbert, Grove Karl (1843-1918)]
Merrill, George P.

no date 4.350 John Wesley Powell. Spring Grove, Minnesota: Five Quail Books. [Facsimile reprint of the memorial in American Geologist, 31(6):327-331, 333 (1903).]

1903 4.107 John Wesley Powell. American Geologist, 31(6):327-331, 333. [Powell, John Wesley (1834-1902)] FQ9:396 [offprint] FQ10:274 [offprint] FQ11:329 [offprint] FQ15:404 [offprint] FQ17:358 [offprint]

2004 4.381 The obituary of Major John Wesley Powell by Geo. P. Merrill, Washington. Page, Arizona: John Wesley Powell Memorial Museum, folded pamphlet. ("Reprinted with corrections for spelling, grammar and factual errors from The American Geologist, Volume XXXI, June, 1903, No. 6".)
Mill, Hugh Robert

1934 4.257 William Morris Davis. Geographical Journal, 84(1)(July):93-95. [Davis, William Morris (1850-1934)]
Moore, Philip N.

1921 4.358 Epes Randolph. Engineering News-Record, 87(13)(September 29):537-538. [Letter, in comment on obituary of Epes Randolph (9)(September 1), see Anonymous, Item no. 4.357.]
Morey, Elsie Darrah

1989 4.108 In memoriam; William Culp Darrah (1909-1989). Pennsylvania Geology, 20(5)(October):2. >Mon. 8: 12-5< [Darrah, William Culp (1909-1989)]
Morey, Elsie Darrah, and Lyons, Paul C.

1995 4.109 William Culp Darrah (1909-1989): A portrait. In: Lyons, Paul C., Morey, Elsie Darrah, and Wagner, Robert H. (eds.), Historical perspective of early twentieth century Carboniferous paleobotany in North America; in memory of William Culp Darrah. Geological Society of America, Memoir 185, pp. 1-22. [Darrah, William Culp (1909-1989)]
Morgan, Edmund S.

2006 4.375 Daniel J. Boorstin, 1 October 1914-28 February 2004. American Philosophical Society, Proceedings, 150(2)(June):347-351. [See p. 349.]
Mortenson, Dave

2001 4.180 Elizabeth "Susie" Reilly. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society), 5(5):4. [Reilly, Elizabeth "Susie" (1913-2001)]

2001 4.185 Susie Reilly: One of the first women on the Colordo River, August 26, 1913-April 20, 2001. Waiting List (Grand Canyon Private Boaters Association Quarterly), 5(2)(Summer):1-3. [REILLY, ELIZABETH "SUSIE" (1913-2001)]
Mortenson, Dave, and Quartaroli, Richard D.

2001 4.181 Brick Mortenson. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 14(1)(Spring):40. [Mortenson, Vernon Russell (1917-2000)]
Motter, Roberta, and Montague, Liz

2013 4.397 Mary Rees, January 21, 1946-January 2, 2013. In: Farewells [section]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 26(1)(Spring):6-7.
Mullan, Paul

2014 4.467 Margie Mannering--1928-March 23, 2014. In: Farewells [section]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 27(2)(Summer):4.
Multiple Authors

1903 4.39 John Wesley Powell. Proceedings of a meeting commemorative of his distinguished services; held in Columbian University under the auspices of the Washington Academy of Sciences, February 16, 1903. Washington Academy of Sciences, Proceedings, 5:99-130. [Proceedings moderated by Charles D. Walcott. Memorials given: David B. Henderson, "Powell as a Soldier" (pp. 100-105). Charles R. Van Hise, "Powell as an Explorer" (pp. 105-112). Grove Karl Gilbert, "Powell as a Geologist" (pp. 113-117). W. J. McGee, "Powell as an Anthropologist" (pp. 118-126). S. P. Langley, "Powell as a Man" (pp. 127-130). Followed by: "Catalogue of the Published Writings of John Wesley Powell", by P. C. Warman (pp. 131-187).] FQ4:129
Munsell, Steve

1997 4.110 [Verse.] Boatman's Quarterly Review, 10(3)(Summer):20. [Bremner, Dugald]
Myers, Tom

2002 4.205 The last hand hold; Harvey Butchart 1907-2002. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 15(3)(Fall):8-9. [BUTCHART, HARVEY (1907-2002)]

2010 4.341 Farewell. "Poor-old-John-without-a-pistol-Daggett", 1928-2010. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 23(4)(Winter 2010-2011):5-7. [Daggett, John (1928-2010)] [See also comment by Doc Nicholson, 24(1):4.]

2013 4.417 Lois Jotter Cutter, March 11, 1914-April 30, 2013. In: Farewell [section]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 26(3)(Fall):9-10.
Nelson, E. W.

1913 4.377 Herbert Brown. In: Editorial Notes and News [section]. The Condor, 15(5)(September/October):186-187. [Obituary notice. See p. 187: ". . . while Superintendent of the prison at Yuma, he collected the type of the mountain lion frequenting the delta of the Colorado, Felis aztecus browni Merriam." (entire note)]
Nelson, Nancy

2002 4.213 J. Frank Wright. In: In Memorium [sic; feature]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 15(4)(Winter 2002-2003):5.
Nicholson, Steve

2002 4.207 Ode to Jan. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 15(3)(Fall):10. [YOST, JAN ( -2002)]
Nuttall, L. J.

1876 4.362 Further particulars about the Colorado River disaster. Deseret News, (June 7):1 [issue pagination]. [Follow-up from Anonymous item relating to the drowning death of L. W. Roundy at Lees Ferry.]
Owens, Bernard, and Sarjeant, W. A. S.

1999 4.318 Obituary: Charles Downie (1923-1999). A.A.S.P. Newsletter (American Association of Stratigraphic Palynologists), 32(3)(September):3-4.

1999 4.308 Charles Downie (1923-1999). Commission Internationale de Microflore du Paleozoique, Newsletter, no. 57 (December):5-7 (see p. 6).
Owens, Ken

2005 4.330 In memoriam; Michael Harrison, 1897-2005. Western Historical Quarterly, 36(4)(Winter):553.
Penck, Albrecht

1929 4.111 Grove Karl Gilbert. Gesellschaft für Erdkunde zu Berlin, Zeitschrift, 1929 (7/8):265-278. [In German.] >Mon. 8: 12-11< [Gilbert, Grove Karl (1843-1918)]
Peterson, Charles S.

1995 4.112 In memoriam: C. Gregory Crampton, 1911-95. Utah Historical Quarterly, 63(4)(Fall):370-373. [Crampton, C. Gregory (1911-1995)]
Phillips, Fred

2009 4.301 Frank Protiva In: Farewells [section]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 22(1)(Spring):6-7. [Protiva, Frank ( -2009)]
Pollo, R. I. [pseudonym of Quartaroli, Richard D.]

2004 4.236 Juan Valadez Delgadillo; Juan in a million or The only Juan here is gone. In: Farewells [section]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 17(3)(Fall):11, 48. [Delgadillo, Juan Valadez ( -2004)]
Protiva, Jim

2008 4.290 Farewell. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 21(4)(Winter 2008-2009):8. [Norton, Jim ( -2008)]
Q [Quartaroli, Richard D.]

2007 4.277 Robert (Bob) Delgadillo. In: Farewells [section]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 20(3)(Fall):5. [Delgadillo, Robert ( -2007)]
Quartaroli, Richard D.

2002 4.194 Dave Hellyer. In: In memoriam. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 15(1)(Spring):7. [HELLYER, CLEMENT DAVID ( -2001)]

2003 4.223 Jet boaters Bill Austin and Guy Mannering uprun the last rapid. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 16(4)(Winter):16-17. [Austin, Bill (1927-2003). Mannering, Guy ( -2003).]

2005 4.246 Farewell: Joe Hall. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 18(3)(Fall):8. [Hall, Joseph G. ( -2005).]
Quayle, Amil

2007 4.278 Henry Quayle, 1946-2007. In: Farewells [section]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 20(3)(Fall):4. [Quayle, Henry (1946-2007)]
Rae, John B.

1965 4.271 Memorial; Herbert Clark Hoover (1874-1964). Technology and Culture, 6(1)(Winter):108-109. [Hoover, Herbert (1874-1964)]
Ranney, Wayne

2012 4.385 Farewell. Emery Carl "Sonny" Lehnert, August 15, 1928-June 7, 2012. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 25(3)(Fall):6. [Includes a brief history of the Kolb Studio.]
Ranney, Wayne, and Ranney, Helen

2014 4.4581 Joe Orr--October 25, 1954-December 9, 2013. In: Farewell [section]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 27(1)(Spring):4.
Reiff, Greg

1998 4.113 Woody Reiff. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 11(2)(Spring):10-11. [Reiff, Woodrow Aaron (1914-1998)]
Reiff, Sandy Nevills

2002 4.212 J. Frank Wright. In: In Memorium [sic; feature]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 15(4)(Winter 2002-2003):5.
Reznick, Peter

2013 4.396 Nick Resnick [sic], 1959-2013. In: Farewells [section]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 26(1)(Spring):5-6. [Nick Reznick.]
Richmond, Al

1996 4.114 Eulogy for Harry James Cole. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society newsletter), 7(5):4-5. [Cole, Harry James]

2009 4.309 Bill Suran, founding member, passes on. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 13(5)(September):1. [Suran, Bill ( -2009)]
Rigg, Nancy

2004 4.224 Farewell. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 17(1)(Spring):6. [Rigg, John B. (Jack) ( -2003)]
Rodgers, John

1982 4.317 Chester Ray Longwell, 1887-1975. U.S. National Academy of Sciences, Biographical Memoirs, 53:249-262.
Running, J. P.

2001 4.182 Bryce Mackay. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 14(1)(Spring):42. [Mackay, Bryce ( -2000)]
Sargent, R. H.

1942 4.250 Colonel Claude Hale Birdseye. Association of American Geographers, Annals, 32(3)(September):309-315. [Birdseye, Claude H. 1878-1941]
Sayles, R. W.

1926 4.272 George Carroll Curtis. Geographical Review, 16(2)(April):332-333 (see p. 333). [Curtis, George C. (1872-1926)]
Schick, Fred, and Schick, Jeanne

no date 4.153 [Item on Art Metzger funeral, and eulogy by John Turnbull.] Grand Canyon Pioneers Newsletter (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society), [2(2)]:2. [James A. "Art" Metzger 1912-1990]
Schuchert, Charles

1928 4.115 Charles Doolittle Walcott, (1850-1927). American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Proceedings, 62(9)(May):276-285. [Walcott, Charles Doolittle (1850-1927)]

1937 4.118 Biographical memoir of David White, 1862-1935. U.S. National Academy of Sciences, Biographical Memoirs, 17:187-221 (presented to the Academy 1935). (See pp. 192, 204, 208.) >Mon. 8: 12-5< [White, David (1862-1935)]
Schumm, Stanley A.

2004 4.457 Memorial to Arthur Newell Strahler, 1918-2002. Geological Society of America, Memorials, 33(April):53-55.
Sharp, Robert P.

1993 4.342 Recollections of Kirk Bryan: a biographical sketch. Geomorphology, 6:189-205. [Noted: Salton Sea and lower Colorado River region, p. 193; Lees Ferry area, p. 194.]
Shaw, Harley; Britt, Thomas; Brown, David E.; and Schemnitz, Sanford

2008 4.297 Obituary; Clay Y. McCulloch, Jr. Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science, Journal, 40(1):114. [McCulloch, Clay Y., Jr. (1924-2008)] ["Dr. Kaibab".]
Shimer, Hervey W.

1936 4.119 David White (1862-1935). American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Proceedings, 70(10)(March):600-602. [White, David (1862-1935)]
Short, Vaughn

1990 4.120 Michael Jacobs. Grand Canyon River Guides [newsletter], 3(4)(October):1. [Jacobs, Michael (1947-1990)]
Shreve, Forrest

1939 4.465 Daniel Trembly MacDougal; pioneer plant physiologist. Plant Physiology, 14(2)(April):191-201, Plate 2 (frontispiece).
Smith, Drifter

2001 4.187 George Lamont Mancuso, November 7, 1954-August 7, 2001. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 14(4)(Winter 2001-2002):13.

2004 4.239 [Just one Bob Flamme story . . .] In: Farewells [section]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 17(4)(Winter 2004-2005):6. [Brackets and ellipsis are part of title.] [Flamme, Bob ( -2004)]
Smith, Latimer

2009 4.307 Farewell. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 22(3)(Fall):4-5. [Key, Bill ( -2009)]

2012 4.384 Eldon MacArthur. In: Farewell [section]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 25(2)(Summer):7.
Smith, Philip M.

2009 4.316 Jon Hamilton (1925-2009). In: Farewells [section]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 22(4)(Winter 2009-2010):6.
Spamer, Earle E.

1984 4.121 In memoriam: Edwin D. McKee. Mosasaur (Delaware Valley Paleontological Society, Journal), 2:44. [Signed "E.E.S."] >Mon. 8: 12-5< [McKee, Edwin Dinwiddie (1906-1984)]
Spencer, Robert F.

1987 4.387 Leslie Spier; December 13, 1893-December 3, 1961. U.S. National Academy of Sciences, Biographical Memoir, pp. 431-458.
Staveley, Gaylord

2009 4.306 Farewell. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 22(2)(Summer):2. [Harper, John ( -2009).]
Staveley, Joan Nevills

2002 4.215 J. Frank Wright. In: In Memorium [sic; feature]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 15(4)(Winter 2002-2003):6.
Steiger, Lew

2012 4.382 Tim Whitney, January 30, 1912. In: Farewell [section]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 25(2)(Summer):4-6.
Stevens, Larry

1995 4.122 Whale, rain. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 8(4):7. [Hansen, Curtis ("Whale")]
Stone, Witmer

1904 4.123 Dr. Samuel W. Woodhouse, '47 M. University of Pennsylvania, Alumni Register, (December):105-109, portrait. [Woodhouse, Samuel W. (1921-1904)]

1904 4.124 Samuel Washington Woodhouse. Cassinia, 8:1-5, portrait. [Woodhouse, Samuel W. (1921-1904)]
Suran, Bill

1998 4.125 End of a trail for a pioneer. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society), 2(7):1. [Item signed as "Editor".] [Goldwater, Barry (1909-1998)]

1998 4.126 The story of a wonderful lady. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society), 9(3)(September-December):14-15. [Also see correction, 10(1):7, 1999.] [McKee, Barbara ( -1998)]

2002 4.198 A farewell to an old friend. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society), 13(3)(July/September):10. [BUTCHART, HARVEY]
Swanton, John R.

1937 4.127 Biographical memoir of William Henry Holmes, 1846-1933. U.S. National Academy of Sciences, Biographical Memoirs, 17:221-252 (presented to the Academy 1935) (see pp. 226, 231). [Holmes, William Henry (1846-1933)]
Talbot, Z. M., and Talbot, M. W.

1942 4.128 C. Hart Merriam. Science, new series, 95(May 29):545-546. [Merriam, Clinton Hart (1855-1942)]
Tanner, Maurice

1942 4.129 Seth Benjamin Tanner. In: Tanner, Maurice (compiler), Descendants of John Tanner; born August 15, 1778, at Hopkintown, R. I.; died April 15, 1850, at South Cottonwood, Salt Lake County, Utah. [No place]: The Tanner Family Association, pp. 47-48. [No direct mention of Grand Canyon.] [Tanner, Seth Benjamin (1828-1918)]
Thoman, Ron

1980 4.426 Gene V. Daugherty; in memoriam. Courier (U.S. National Park Service), 3(3)(February):15. [Superintendent of Albright Training Center, Grand Canyon.]
Thomas, Annie

2000 4.167 Matt Thomas. In: In memorial [sic, feature]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 13(3)(Fall):9. [Thomas, Matt (1956-2000)]
Thybony, Scott

1997 4.130 Downriver. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 10(3)(Summer):18-20. [Bremner, Dugald]

2000 4.145 Goodbye Roger. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 13(1)(Winter):8. [Roger Henderson ( -1999)]

2008 4.283 Terry Brian. In: Farewell. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 21(2)(Summer):8. [Brian, Terry ( -2008).]
Tillotson, M. R.

1929 4.131 Our sorrow. Grand Canyon Nature Notes, 3(8):1-2. [Sturdevant, Glen Ernest ( -1929)]
Tozzer, Alfred M.

1935 4.291 William Henry Holmes (1846-1933); Fellow in Class IV, Section 4, 1919. American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Proceedings, 69(13)(February):514-515. [Holmes, William Henry (1846-1933).]
Trimble, Stephen

2006 4.293 Celebrating canyon defender Philip Hyde. Hidden Passage, no. 13 (Summer):15. [Hyde, Philip ( -2006)]
Turnbull, John A., Sr.

no date 4.154 James A. "Art" Metzger. Grand Canyon Pioneers Newsletter (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society), [2(2)]:3. [James A. "Art" Metzger 1912-1990]
Turner, Rich

2013 4.408 Fred Eiseman, September 3, 1926-April 6, 2013. In: Farewells [section]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 26(2)(Summer):7.
Underhill, Karen J., and Quartaroli, Richard D.

2001 4.183 Simply Susie. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 14(2)(Summer):6. [Elizabeth Mary "Susie" MacLean Reilly (1913-2001)]
Underhill, Reuben Lukens

1936 4.298 Frederick S. Dellenbaugh, 1853-1935; an appreciation of his life and work. California Historical Society Quarterly, 14(4):347-349. [Dellenbaugh, Frederick S. (1853-1935)]
Van Hise, Charles R.

1903 4.132 Powell as an explorer. In: John Wesley Powell. Proceedings of a meeting commemorative of his distinguished services; held in Columbian University under the auspices of the Washington Academy of Sciences, February 16, 1903. Washington Academy of Sciences, Proceedings, 5:105-112.
Visher, S. S.

1948 4.258 Nelson H. Darton, 1865-1948. Association of American Geographers, Annals, 38(3)(September):226. [Darton, Nelson Horatio]

1948 4.259 Francois Emile Matthes, 1874-1948. Association of American Geographers, Annals, 38(4)(December):301-304. [Matthes, François Emile]
Walcott, Charles D.

1907 4.348 John Wesley Powell. U.S. Geological Survey, 24th Annual Report, pp. 271-287.
Webb, Paul M.

2010 4.360 George Welsh 1925-2009. Pronghorn (Arizona Antelope Foundation), 16(2)(2nd Quarter):5, 12-13. [Includes notes on Arizona Strip.]
Webb, Roy

1994 4.133 Don Hatch. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 7(2)(Spring):5. [Hatch, Don]

2010 4.326 Ted Hatch--December 29, 1933-April 18, 2010. In: Farewells [section]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 23(2)(Summer):3-5.
[Webb, Roy]

1995 4.140 Whale (Curtis Hansen). Paddler, (February):66. [Hansen, Curtis ("Whale")]
Wedel, Waldo R.

1978 4.372 Obituary; Neil Murton Judd 1887-1976. American Antiquity, 43(3)(July):399-404.
Wegner, Dave

2002 4.195 [Memorial.] In: In memoriam; Bob Euler. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 15(1)(Spring):7. [EULER, ROBERT CLARK ( -2002)]
Wegner, David

2010 4.412 Goodbye and safe travels Mr. Commissioner. Hidden Passage (Glen Canyon Institute), (17)(Spring/Summer):10. [Floyd Dominy.]
Weisheit, Susette, and Wiesheit, John

2013 4.409 Kent Frost; January 7, 1917-May 16, 2013. In: Farewells [section]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 26(2)(Summer):8.
Welch, Vince

1996 4.134 Clarence L. Reece, boatman; June 15, 1945-June 9, 1996. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 9(3):20-22 [Reece, Clarence L. (1945-1996)]

2001 4.184 Rolf Holmstrom; October 28, 1922-April 4, 2001. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 14(2)(Summer):6.

2009 4.314 Steve "Wren" Reynolds (January 15, 1951-August 12, 2009). In: Farewells [section]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 22(4)(Winter 2009-2010):4-5. [See also "Last September Kevin Fedarko wrote the following to Rudi Petschek", p. 5.]
Wenner, Henry

2006 4.264 Dr. Bill Wenner. In: Farewells [section]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 19(2)(Summer):4. [Wenner, Bill ( -2005)]
Werhan, Ron

2002 4.203 Harvey Butchart remembered. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society), 6(9):2-4.
White, Charles A.

1906 4.379 Biographical memoir of John Strong Newberry, 1922-1892. (Read before the National Academy of Sciences[,] April 17, 1902.) Washington, D.C.: Judd and Detweiler, Inc., Printers, 24 pp. [Preprint of item in U.S. National Academy of Sciences, Biographical Memoirs (1909).]

1909 4.135 Biographical memoir of John Strong Newberry, 1822-1892. U.S. National Academy of Sciences, Biographical Memoirs, 6:1-24 (read before the Academy, 1902). (See pp. 7-8.) >Mon. 8: 12-5< [Newberry, John Strong (1822-1892)]
Whitney, Tim

1994 4.136 Tim and Karen. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 7(2)(Spring):4. -- Tim Whitney [Also see: Michael Jacobs Award, 7(2):7.] [Kazan, Tim and Karen (1959-1994)]

2002 4.196 [Memorial.] In: In memoriam; Bob Euler. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 15(1)(Spring):7. [EULER, ROBERT CLARK ( -2002)]
Whitney, Tim, and Whitney, Pam

2006 4.261 Fred Burke. In: Farewells [section]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 19(1)(Spring):5. [Burke, Fred (1917-2005)]
Willis, Grant C.

1997 4.137 Charles B. Hunt, long-time Utah geologist, dies at age 91. Survey Notes (Utah Geological Survey), 30(1)(September):13, 15. [Hunt, Charles B. (1906-1997)]
Wilson, Lauri

2010 4.336 Dennis Wilson. In: Farewells [section]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 23(3)(Fall):3-4.
Wilson, Ronald M.

1941 4.281 Claude Hale Birdseye, M. Am. Soc., C. E. American Society of Civil Engineers, Transactions, 106:1549-1553. [Birdseye, Claude H. 1878-1941]
Woodall, Greg

2013 4.394 Ed Cummings, June 29, 1953-January 11, 2013. In: Farewells [section]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 26(1)(Spring):4.
Yates, Teresa

1992 4.138 So long, Georgie. The News (Grand Canyon River Guides), 5(3)(Summer):2. [Accompanied by a separately printed color photograph of Georgie by Yates; regarding which, see also "Georgie Pictures", The News, 5(4)(Fall):28.] [White, Georgie (1910-1992)]
Yochelson, Ellis L.

1967 4.139 Charles Doolittle Walcott, March 31, 1850-February 9, 1927. U.S. National Academy of Sciences, Biographical Memoirs, 30:470-540. [Walcott, Charles Doolittle (1850-1927)]
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