Record level- This exceptional photo-journal chronicles a 1936 motor trip which began in Butte, Montana and covered much of the Southwest. The author of the journal, William Wares, describes excavating a site at Awatobi, hunting mountain lions in Utah, and seeing the beauty of numerous geographic landmarks such as the Grand Canyon and Goosenecks of the San Juan country. The journal also mentions Yellowstone National Park and the Teton mountains. An Anglo, Wares made cultural observations about the Navajo and Hopi as well as about the inhabitants of Mormon towns. Some of the pages in this journal contain culturally sensitive material. This material has been redacted. For more information, please contact Cline Library's Special Collections and Archives Department.