When World War II ended, the Pioneer Day centerpiece was a queen and her court.
They ruled the state in elegance for a whole year and we can relive that all with some of the rarest film around that shows this part of our state history.
From Utah’s territorial days to the 1950s much of our history was made in mining towns. No mine wanted another one to beat it in production and no miner or copper worker wanted to think the guy in the next town was better than he was. Good 4 Utah’s Craig Wirth says the competition spilled out into daily life and into one important summer passion.