National Geographic : 1949 Sep
No Architect Ever Fitted a Home into Its Surroundings Better than the Builder ofThis Cabin-in-a-cliff Local cowman Dick Woolsey built the semi-dugout in 1896. There he lived for 15 years with his wife and a largemonkey, which had itsown house atop apole. Seeing a stranger riding up the valley, the pet would chatter wildly. "Monkey House," as the place was called, became famous allover southern Utah.