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Title Artist Medium & Support Creation Date
The Corral   Hafen, John   gouache/tempra  1879 
Fishing on the Hobble Creek, Springville   Hafen, John   oil on canvas  1886 
Springville Pasture   Hafen, John   pastel  1887 
Old Clyde Mill, Springville at Dusk   Hafen, John   oil on canvas  1890 
Nebo Salt Company, up Nephi Canyon   P., C.   oil on paper  1890s 
Garden Path   Hafen, John   oil on canvas  1893 
Fishing Boats, Bullrushes West of Springville   Hafen, John   lithograph  1899 
Sunny Picture   Hafen, John   oil on canvas  1900 
Old Clyde Mill at Evening   Hafen, John Leo   pastel  1900 
Home and Mill, Left Fork of Hobble Creek Canyon   Hafen, John   oil on canvas mounted  1903 
Dougall Ranch, Hobble Creek Canyon   Hafen, John   oil on canvas  1903 
Evening: View of Mount Nebo looking south from Springville   Inshaw, George Edward   watercolor  1904 
Moonlight on the Marshes in Springville   Fairbanks, John B   oil on panel  1906 
Tepees, Utah County   Hafen, John   oil on canvas  1907 
Quaking Aspens, Brighton   Hafen, John   oil on canvas  1907 
Springville, My Mountain Home   Hafen, John   oil on canvas  1907 
Sunset on Utah Lake, Springville   Fairbanks, John B   oil on canvas  1909 
Sketch of the Valley   Hafen, John   pencil  1909 
Hollyhocks   Hafen, John   oil on canvas  1909 
Maple Trees   Hafen, John   pencil  1909 
Mountainside at Dusk   Hafen, Virgil Otto   oil on canvas mounted  1910s 
Old Augustus Sell Boyer Home, Springville   Inshaw, George Edward   oil on board  1917 
Timpanogos Harvest   Campbell, Orson Dewsnup   oil on canvas  1918 
Stream and Trees in Summer   Hafen, Virgil Otto   oil on board  1920s 
Up Hobble Creek in Spring   Hafen, Virgil Otto   oil on canvas mounted  1920s 
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