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This undated map of Fort Bridger is hand drawn in red and black ink on oil paper. The red ink shows a water supply system drawn from a river and piped to fire plugs and interior hydrants in dwellings which are drawn in black ink.
These are typed copies of two letters, on one page, written to Judge William Carter describing the transportation of the first piano across the plains to Wyoming, and the difficulties occurring in the wagon train in 1864.
Edith Harkness' letter to Mrs. Carter addresses the news clipping which informs of the first threshing machine in Fort Bridger, Wyoming circa 1925.