By George A. Thompson and Fraser Buck
Dream Garden Press
140 pages; 119 black & white photographs
This entertaining volume tells the history of Park City, Utah from its first days as a frontier mining camp to its present status as one of America’s premier winter-sports havens. Between these two incarnations the famed “treasure chest of the Wasatch” was home to breeds of men and ways of life as extinct today as the mechanical dinosaurs that litter the hillsides around the town, reminding visitors of her origins.
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