1984: The Robidoux inscription cast

October 5, 2009 at 10:27 am Leave a comment

“Members of the Utah Westerners say they are a far cry from the toasty-dry, staid historians who taught many of them in school.  The Westerners say they are more interested in history brought to life and history filled with fascination and intrigue, but they are no less interested in facts.”

That’s just one quote from an article printed in Oct 4, 1984, in the Deseret News. It tells all about the club in those good old days and quotes president Bud Rusho–with a picture of Bud presenting a fiberglass replica of the Robidoux inscription made by the Utah Westerners to the Museum of Natural History.

Take a look at the whole article by clicking  HERE.


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