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E.G. Peterson Papers, 1916-1944

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Title
E.G. Peterson Papers
Dates
1916-1944 (inclusive)
Quantity
206 Boxes, (52.5 linear ft.)
Collection Number
USU_3.1/6-2
Summary
Papers of the Sixth President of Utah State University, Elmer G. Peterson. Includes correspondence, reports, memoranda, etc.
Repository
Utah State University, Merrill-Cazier Library, Special Collections and Archives Division
Special Collections and Archives
Merrill-Cazier Library
Utah State University
Logan, UT
84322-3000
Telephone: 435-797-2663
Fax: 435-797-2880
scweb@usu.edu
Access Restrictions
Restrictions

Access to some files is restricted. Not available through interlibrary loan.

Languages
English
Sponsor
Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) grant, 2007-2008


Biographical NoteReturn to Top

In 1916, after lengthy deliberation, the College Board of Trustees appointed Elmer George Peterson to the office of president. A native of Utah, Peterson was born at Plain City. After graduating from the College in 1904 he studied at the University of Chicago and later earned his doctorate from Cornell. Peterson attended the College during the presidency of William J. Kerr, who had since taken the presidency at the Oregon State Agricultural College. After Peterson's graduation from Cornell, Kerr offered him an appointment in bacteriology, which he accepted in 1910. Two years later he returned to Utah to become Director of Extension.

After settling into his new position, he proposed to and married Phebe Almira Nebeker from Laketown, Rich County, Utah. The two had carried on a courtship since they were both students in 1904.

After four years as Director of Extension, Peterson was elected president.(1) The Board's resolve to elevate Peterson ( or E.G. as he became affectionately known) to the executive post was a landmark decision. Peterson became the first graduate of the college to become president, and at age 34 the youngest chief executive at a land grant college in the U.S.(2)

If there had been some trepidation on the part of Board members regarding Peterson's age and inexperience their concerns soon dissipated. Scarcely had he assumed control of the college than the U.S. entered the First World War. Peterson immediately volunteered the services of the college to Uncle Sam as a military training center, and by 1917 the College began looking like a "veritable West Point".(3)

Peterson boldly proposed to the State Legislature and to Governor Simon Bamberger that brick buildings be built instead of the customary wooden structures to house military trainees.(4) Although Peterson had no way of knowing how long the war would last, he realized that the permanence of the brick buildings could be used to double the size of the campus once peace resumed.

With the end of hostilities in 1918, he now began to cultivate prospective students in order to utilize the added space. By 1925 the enrollment at the college had soared to 2,149. This was a 50% increase over the pre-war figures of 1916.5 With more than adequate facilities to accommodate additional students, Peterson set about to recapture some of the curricular ground lost during the 1905 consolidation controversy. In 1921 he successfully petitioned the legislature to restore pedagogy. With passage of the 1927 Peters Bill, all course work except law and medicine was reinstated.(6)

The timeliness of Peterson's push for additional courses of study cannot be overemphasized. In a few short years the country would enter the Great Depression, and with State budgets severely curtailed expanding the curriculum would not have been favorably viewed by the State Legislature.(7)

After guiding the institution through the First World War, Peterson took control during the Depression and war years that followed. At the close of World War II, he resigned his post, and became President Emeritus. Peterson remained unwaveringly loyal to the college, however, even returning as interim president during the tumultuous period of 1953 and 1954. In 1958, at the age of 76, E.G. passed away, after giving over 50 years of service to the State of Utah and to the College he helped establish. In eulogizing President Peterson, President of the Faculty Association Don Carter stated that "Whatever contribution ( the University) makes in the future will be indelibly marked by the intelligent wisdom, the warm humanity and immortal spirit of Elmer George Peterson.(8)

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The papers of Elmer George Peterson constitute one of the more remarkable sources for the study of Utah State University's history. Spanning the era from 1916 to 1946, the papers encompass both World Wars, the Great Depression, and embrace a crucial period of transition for the Agricultural College.

The papers are unique in their breadth and depth. Peterson was immersed in nearly all aspects of the institution. He functioned without the benefit of subordinate administrative officers. All institutional business eventually crossed the president's desk. As chief administrative officer Peterson was involved with recruitment and hiring of faculty, budgetary and fiscal matters, students affairs, buildings and grounds, as well as being the primary spokesperson for the College.

The papers are arranged chronologically and alphabetically in folders designated Miscellaneous Correspondence, from Box 1 thru Box 130. It is assumed that the arrangement is original to the filing system employed by the President's long time Secretary, Miss Vera Carlson.

Box 135 begins a collection of speeches and articles collected by the President, primarily those given by members of the College faculty. These are arranged alphabetically by author. Box 138 begins the collection of articles authored by the President, which are arranged alphabetically by title or subject.

Also extant in this collection is the President's correspondence with outside organizations having relevance to the College, as well as correspondence with the Director of the Utah Agricultural Experiment Station and Director of the Utah Cooperative Extension Service. The Experiment Station functioned as the research arm of the College, and was founded simultaneous with the College in 1888. The Extension Service was founded in 1914, and served as a means of propagating College research for the benefit of Utah's population. Peterson served as the first Director of Extension, prior to his appointment as President.

Boxes 157 thru 166 contain incoming and outgoing correspondence between the President and specific faculty members within the College's various departments. These are organized alphabetically.

Correspondence with the College Board of Trustees, the institution's governing body, follows and is chronologically arranged in Boxes 167 thru 170. Correspondence between Peterson and the Branch Colleges at Cedar City (now Southern Utah University) and Ephraim (Snow College) are in Box 171.

Budgetary materials are housed in Boxes 172 thru 178, and include the correspondence and reports of Secretary/Treasurer John L. Coburn (1916-1922), and Russell E. Bernston (1922-1945.) Coburn and Bernston served dual positions as both Secretary to the Board of Trustees and as Treasurer.

There is a general paucity of materials relating to Student Affairs (Box 183-184) and to Athletics (Box 186). Of particular importance, however, is the collection of materials documenting the National Summer School (NSS). The NSS was Peterson's attempt to broaden the educational scope of the College and to circumvent legislative mandates that had restricted the College from offering certain curricula. Launched in 1924, the NSS materials contain a wealth of correspondence with some of the most prominent educators, teachers and practitioners in the U.S. Included is correspondence (both incoming and outgoing) between Peterson and Charles Eliot, David Starr Jordan, Frederick Jackson Turner, Henry C. Cowles, Liberty Hyde Bailey and Ann Carroll Moore.

Lastly, the E.G. Peterson Papers contain detailed information on the College's experience during World War I and World War II. While some of the chronological correspondence contained throughout the collection also addresses these experiences, Boxes 203 thru 205 are specific to the topic.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

Copyright

It is the responsibility of the researcher to obtain any necessary copyright clearances.

Permission to publish material from the E.G. Peterson Papers must be obtained from the University Archivist and/or the Special Collections Department Head.

Preferred Citation

Initial Citation:3.1/6-2; E.G. Peterson Papers; University Archives Collections Special Collections and Archives. Utah State University Merrill-Cazier Library. Logan, Utah.

Following Citations:3.1/6-2, USUSC.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1916Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
1
1: A
1916
1
2: B
1916
1
3: C
1916
1
3a: Clubs and Organizations
1916
1
4: D
1916
1
5: E
1916
1
6: F
1916
1
7: G
1916
1
8: H
1916

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1916Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
2
1: I
1916
2
2: J
>1916
2
3: K
1916
2
4: L
1916
2
5: M
1916
2
5a: McCheyne, Gertrude M.
1916
2
6: N
1916
2
7: O
1916
2
8: P
1916
2
9: R
>1916

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1916Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
3
1: S
1916
3
2: Summer School
1916
3
3: T
1916
3
4: U-V
1916
3
5: W
1916
3
6: Y-Z
1916

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1917Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
4
1: A
1917
4
2: B
1917
4
3: C
1917
4
4: D
1917
4
5: E
1917
4
6: F
1917
4
7: G
1917
4
8: H
1917

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1917Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
5
1: I
1917
5
2: J
1917
5
3: K
1917
5
3a: L
1917
5
4: M
1917
5
5: N
1917
5
6: O
1917
5
7: P
1917
5
7a-b: Publishers, Correspondence with
1917
5
8: Q
1917

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1917Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
6
1: R
1917
6
2: S
>1917
6
2a: Summer School
1917
6
3: T
1917
6
4: U-V
1917
6
5: W
1917
6
6: Y-Z
1917
6
7: U.S.D.A.
1917

Miscellaneous Correspondence relating to a Correspondence Study, 1917-1918Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
7
1: A
1917-1918
7
2: B
1917-1918
7
3: C
1917-1918
7
4: D
1917-1918
7
5: E
1917-1918
7
6: F
1917-1918
7
7: G
1917-1918
7
8: H
1917-1918

Miscellaneous Correspondence relating to a Correspondence Study, 1917-1918Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
8
1: I
1917-1918
8
2: J
1917-1918
8
3: K
1917-1918
8
4: L
1917-1918
8
5: M
1917-1918
8
6: N
1917-1918
8
7: O
1917-1918
8
8: P
1917-1918
8
9: R
1917-1918
8
10: S
1917-1918
8
11: T
1917-1918
8
12: V-W
1917-1918
8
13: Y-Z
1917-1918

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1917 July - 1918 AprilReturn to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
9
1: Ab
1917 July - 1918 April
9
2: Ad-Al
1917 July - 1918 April
9
3: Am-An
1917 July - 1918 April
9
4: Ar-Au
1917 July - 1918 April
9
5-7: Advertising Campaign
1917 July - 1918 April

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1917 July - 1918 AprilReturn to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
10
1: Ba
1917 July - 1918 April
10
2: Be-Bi
1917 July - 1918 April
10
3: Bo-Br
1917 July - 1918 April
10
4: Bu
1917 July - 1918 April
10
5: Bamberger, Simon; Governor
1917 July - 1918 April
10
6: Building Repairs
1917 July - 1918 April
10
7: Ca
1917 July - 1918 April
10
8: Ce-Cl
1917 July - 1918 April
10
9: Co-Cu
1917 July - 1918 April

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1917 July - 1918 AprilReturn to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
11
1-2: Coburn, John L.; Secretary of State
1917 July - 1918 April
11
3: D
1917 July - 1918 April
11
4: E-F
1917 July - 1918 April
11
5: Employment Bureau
1917 July - 1918 April
11
6-8: Extension Division
1917 July - 1918 April
11
9: Faculty
1917 July - 1918 April
11
10: Farm Demonstration
1917 July - 1918 April

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1917 July - 1918 AprilReturn to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
12
1: Ga-Go
1917 July - 1918 April
12
2: Gr-Gu
1917 July - 1918 April
12
3: Gowans, E.G.; State Supt. of Public Instruction
1917 July - 1918 April
12
4: Ha
1917 July - 1918 April
12
5: He
1917 July - 1918 April
12
6: Hi-Hu
1917 July - 1918 April
12
7: Harris, F.S.
1917 July - 1918 April
12
8: Hoover, Herbert
1917 July - 1918 April
12
9: I
1917 July - 1918 April
12
10: Interior, Department of the
1917 July - 1918 April
12
11: J
1917 July - 1918 April

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1917 July - 1918 AprilReturn to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
13
1: Ka-Kh
1917 July - 1918 April
13
2: Ki-Ku
1917 July - 1918 April
13
3: King, W.H.; Senator
1917 July - 1918 April
13
4-4a: L
July 1917- April 1918
13
5: Ma
1917 July - 1918 April
13
6: Me
1917 July - 1918 April
13
7: Mi-Mu
1917 July - 1918 April
13
8: Na-Ne
1917 July - 1918 April
13
9: Ni-No
1917 July - 1918 April

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1917 July - 1918 AprilReturn to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
14
1: O
1917 July - 1918 April
14
2: Odell, George T.
1917 July - 1918 April
14
3: Pa-Pe
1917 July - 1918 April
14
4: Ph-Po
1917 July - 1918 April
14
5: Pr
1917 July - 1918 April
14
6: Q
1917 July - 1918 April
14
7: Ra-Ri
1917 July - 1918 April
14
8: Ro-Ry
1917 July - 1918 April
14
9-10: Ravenhill, Alice
1917 July - 1918 April

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1917 July - 1918 AprilReturn to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
15
1: Relief Society Magazine
1917 July - 1918 April
15
2: Ririe, Joseph; State Auditor
1917 July - 1918 April
15
3: Sa-Si
1917 July - 1918 April
15
4: Sk-Sn
1917 July - 1918 April
15
5: St-Sw
1917 July - 1918 April
15
6: Smoot, Reed; Senator
1917 July - 1918 April
15
7: Summer School
1917 July - 1918 April

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1917 July - 1918 AprilReturn to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
16
1: Ta-Th
1917 July - 1918 April
16
2: Ti-Tw
1917 July - 1918 April
16
3: U
1917 July - 1918 April
16
4: Union Pacific R & R Co.
1917 July - 1918 April
16
5: University of Utah
1917 July - 1918 April
16
6: U.S. Civil Service Commission
1917 July - 1918 April
16
7: U.S.D.A.
1917 July - 1918 April
16
8: Utah-Idaho Central R & R Co.
1917 July - 1918 April

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1917 July - 1918 AprilReturn to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
17
1: V
1917 July - 1918 April
17
2: Wa-We
1917 July - 1918 April
17
3: Wh-Wr
1917 July - 1918 April
17
4: War Department
1917 July - 1918 April
17
5: Widtsoe, John A.
1917 July - 1918 April
17
6: Z
1917 July - 1918 April

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1918 April-JuneReturn to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
18
1: A
1918 April-June
18
2: A.C. Branch-Cedar City
1918 April-June
18
3: B
1918 April-June
18
4: Bennion, Harden; Secretary of State
1918 April-June
18
5: C
1918 April-June
18
6: Coburn, John L.; Secretary of State
1918 April-June
18
7: Colleges and Universities, Organization of
1918 April-June
18
8: D
1918 April-June
18
9: Defense, State Council of
1918 April-June
18
10: E
1918 April-June
18
11: Education and Special Training, Committee on
1918 April-June
18
12: Experiment Station
1918 April-June
18
13: Extension Division
1918 April-June
18
14: F
1918 April-June
18
15: Food Administration (United States)
1918 April-June
18
16: G
1918 April-June

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1918 April-JuneReturn to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
19
1: Gowans, E.G.; State Supt. of Public Instruction
1918 April-June
19
2: H
1918 April-June
19
3: Home Economics
1918 April-June
19
4: I-J
1918 April-June
19
5: K
1918 April-June
19
6: L
1918 April-June
19
7: M
1918 April-June
19
8: Military Science
1918 April-June
19
9: N
1918 April-June
19
10: O
1918 April-June
19
11: Oregon Ag. College
1918 April-June
19
12: P-Q
1918 April-June
19
13: R
1918 April-June
19
14: Sa-Sh
1918 April-June
19
15: Si-Sz
1918 April-June

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1918 April-JuneReturn to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
20
1: Soldiers' Training
1918 April-June
20
1a: Summer School
1918 April-June
20
2: T
1918 April-June
20
3: Telegrams
1918 April-June
20
4: Treasury Department (United States)
1918 April-June
20
5: U.S.D.A.
1918 April-June
20
6: University of Utah
1918 April-June
20
7: Vocational Education, State Department of
1918 April-June
20
8: War, U.S. Department of
1918 April-June
20
9: U-Z
1918 April-June

Correspondence Study, 1918/1919Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
21
1: A
1918/1919
21
2: B
1918/1919
21
3: C
1918/1919
21
4: D
1918/1919
21
5: E
1918/1919
21
6: F
1918/1919
21
7: G
1918/1919
21
8: H
1918/1919
21
9: I
1918/1919
21
10: J
1918/1919
21
11: K
1918/1919

Correspondence Study, 1918/1919Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
22
1: L
1918/1919
22
1a: Ma
1918/1919
22
2: Me-My
1918/1919
22
3: N
1918/1919
22
4: O
1918/1919
22
5: P
1918/1919
22
6: Q-R
1918/1919
22
7: S
1918/1919
22
8: SATC Awards
1918/1919
22
9: SATC Cafeteria
1918/1919
22
10-11: SATC Committee on Education
1918/1919

Correspondence Study, 1920Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
22a
1: I-K
1920
22a
2: L
1920
22a
3: M
1920
22a
4: N-O
1920
22a
5: P
1920

Correspondence Study, 1918-1919Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
23
1: SATC Faculty
1918-1919
23
2: SATC Financial
1918-1919
23
3: SATC Hospital
1918-1919
23
4: SATC Officers' History
1918-1919
23
5: SATC Reports
1918-1919
23
6: Settlement Bulletins
1918-1919
23
7: Soldier Settlement Legislation
1918-1919
23
8: Student Army Training Camp
1918-1919
23
9: T
1918-1919
23
10: U-Z
1918-1919
23
11: War Department, Instructions to President
1918-1919

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1918 July-SeptemberReturn to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
24
1: A-Al
1918 July-September
24
2: Am-Ay
1918 July-September
24
3: Ba
1918 July-September
24
4: Be-Bo
1918 July-September
24
5: Br-Bu
1918 July-September
24
6: Ca-Ch
1918 July-September
24
7: Cl-Cu
1918 July-September
24
8: Coburn, John L.; Secretary of State
1918 July-September
24
9: Council of Defense (State)
1918 July-September
24
10: D
1918 July-September

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1918 July-SeptemberReturn to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
25
1: E
1918 July-September
25
2: F
1918 July-September
25
3: Federal Food Administration
1918 July-September
25
4: G
1918 July-September
25
5: Gowans, E.G.; State Supt. of Education
1918 July-September
25
6: Ha
1918 July-September
25
7: He-Hy
1918 July-September
25
8: I
1918 July-September
25
9: J
1918 July-September
25
10: K
1918 July-September
25
11: L
1918 July-September

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1918 July-SeptemberReturn to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
26
1: Ma-Mc
1918 July-September
26
2: Me-Mi
1918 July-September
26
3: Mo-My
1918 July-September
26
4: N
1918 July-September
26
5: O
1918 July-September
26
6: Pa-Pe
1918 July-September
26
7: Ph-Pu
1918 July-September
26
8: R
1918 July-September
26
9: Sa-Si
1918 July-September
26
10: Sk-Sp
1918 July-September
26
11: Sq-Sy
1918 July-September

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1918 July-SeptemberReturn to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
27
1: Student Army Training Camp
1918 July-September
27
1a: Summer School
1918 July-September
27
2: T
1918 July-September
27
3: U-V
1918 July-September
27
4: U.S.D.A.
1918 July-September
27
5: Vocational Education (State)
1918 July-September
27
6: Wa-We
1918 July-September
27
7: Wh-Wy
1918 July-September
27
8: War, U.S. Department of
1918 July-September
27
9: Y
1918 July-September

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1918 October-DecemberReturn to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
28
1: A-Al
1918 October-December
28
2: Am-Au
1918 October-December
28
3: Abbot, Stephen
1918 October-December
28
4: A.C. Branch
1918 October-December
28
5: B
1918 October-December
28
6: Bamberger, Simon; Governor
1918 October-December
28
7: Bennion, Harden; Secretary of State
1918 October-December
28
8: Building Repairs
1918 October-December
28
9: C
1918 October-December
28
10: Circular Letters
1918 October-December
28
11: Coburn, John L.; Secretary of State
1918 October-December
28
12: Council of Defense (State)
1918 October-December
28
13: D-E
1918 October-December
28
14: Experiment Station
1918 October-December
28
15: Extension Division
1918 October-December

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1918 October-DecemberReturn to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
29
1: Federal Food Administration
1918 October-December
29
2: F-L
1918 October-December
29
3: Interior, U.S. Department of the
1918 October-December
29
4: Gowans, E.G.; State Supt. of Public Instruction
1918 October-December
29
5: M
1918 October-December
29
6: N
1918 October-December
29
7: O
1918 October-December
29
8: P-Q
1918 October-December
29
9: R
1918 October-December
29
10: Ravenhill, Alice
1918 October-December
29
11: Sa-Sh
1918 October-December
29
1918 October-December
29
13: T
1918 October-December
29
14: Telegrams
1918 October-December

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1918 October-DecemberReturn to Top

See also Box 35

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
30
1: U.S.D.A.
1918 October-December
30
2: University of Utah
1918 October-December
30
3: V-Y
1918 October-December
30
4: War, U.S. Department of
1918 October-December

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1919Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
31
1: A
1919
31
2: Abbott, Stephen
1919
31
3: Agr. Section Army Educational Commission
1919
31
4: Ba-Bh
1919
31
4a-c: Departmental Cooperation and Eco. Committee
1919
31
5: Bi-By
1919
31
5a: Budget
1919
31
6: C
1919
31
7: D
1919
31
8: E
1919
31
9: F
1919
31
10: G
1919

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1919Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
32
1: Ha-Hi
1919
32
2: Ho-Hy
1919
32
3: I
1919
32
4: J
1919
32
5: K
1919
32
6: L
1919
32
7: M
1919
32
8: N
1919
32
9: O
1919
32
10: P
1919
32
11: R
1919
32
12: S
1919

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1919Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
33
1: Salaries, including other Colleges
1919
33
2: T
1919
33
3: U
1919
33
4: V
1919
33
5: W
1919
33
6: Y-Z
1919

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1920-1925Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
34
1: A-F
1920-1925
34
2: Glenn, J.H.; State Finance
1920-1925
34
3: Glee Club
1920-1925
34
4: Guggenheim Memorial Foundation
1920-1925
34
5: Harris, F.S., Organization
1920-1925
34
6-8: High School Day
1920-1925

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1917-1926Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
35
1: Inventories
1917-1926
35
2: U.S. Department of the Interior
1917-1926
35
3: Memoranda
1917-1926
35
4: Military
1917-1926
35
5: Practice Farm
1917-1926
35
6: Reconstruction
1917-1926
35
7: Registration Statistics
1917-1926
35
8: Repairs
1917-1926
35
9: Reports
1917-1926
35
10: Reservoir Connections
1917-1926
35
11: R.O.T.C.
1917-1926
35
12: University of Utah
1917-1926
35
13: Utah Field Artillery
1917-1926
35
14: War, U.S. Department of
1917-1926

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1920 January-JuneReturn to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
36
1: A
1920 January-June
36
2: Ba
1920 January-June
36
3: Be-By
1920 January-June
36
4: Ca-Ch
1920 January-June
36
5: Ci-Cy
1920 January-June
36
6: D
1920 January-June
36
7: E
1920 January-June
36
8: Experiment Station
1920 January-June
36
9: Extension Division
1920 January-June
36
10: F
1920 January-June
36
11: G
1920 January-June
36
12: Ha-He
1920 January-June
36
13: Hi-Hy
1920 January-June
36
14: Health Supervision Committee
1920 January-June

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1920 January-JuneReturn to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
37
1: I
1920 January-June
37
2: J
1920 January-June
37
3: K
1920 January-June
37
4: L
1920 January-June
37
5: Ma
1920 January-June
37
6: Me-Mi
1920 January-June
37
7: Mo-Mu
1920 January-June
37
8: N
1920 January-June
37
9: O
1920 January-June
37
10: Pa-Ph
1920 January-June
37
11: Pi-Pu
1920 January-June

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1920 January-JuneReturn to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
38
1: Q
1920 January-June
38
2: R
1920 January-June
38
3: Sa-Si
1920 January-June
38
4: Sk-Sw
1920 January-June
38
5: T
1920 January-June
38
6: U
1920 January-June
38
7: Wa-We
1920 January-June
38
8: Wh-Wy
1920 January-June
38
9: Y-Z
1920 January-June

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1920 July-DecemberReturn to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
39
1: A
1920 July-December
39
1a: Attendance and Scholarship Committee
1920 July-December
39
2: B
1920 July-December
39
3: C
1920 July-December
39
3a: Coburn, John L.; Secretary, Treasurer, and Purchasing Agent
1920 July-December
39
4: D
1920 July-December
39
5: E
1920 July-December
39
6: F
1920 July-December
39
7: G
1920 July-December
39
8: H
1920 July-December
39
9: I
1920 July-December
39
10: J
1920 July-December
39
11: K
1920 July-December

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1920 July-DecemberReturn to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
40
1: L
1920 July-December
40
2: P
1920 July-December
40
3: R
1920 July-December
40
4: S
1920 July-December
40
5: T
1920 July-December
40
6: U-V
1920 July-December
40
7: W
1920 July-December
40
8: X-Z
1920 July-December

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1921 January-JulyReturn to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
41
1: A
1921 January-July
41
2: Ba-Be
1921 January-July
41
3: Bi-By
1921 January-July
41
4: Ca
1921 January-July
41
5: Ce-Cy
1921 January-July
41
6: D
1921 January-July
41
7: E
1921 January-July
41
7a: Expenditures
1921 January-July
41
8: F
1921 January-July

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1921 January-JulyReturn to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
42
1: G
1921 January-July
42
2: Ha-He
1921 January-July
42
3: Hi-Hy
1921 January-July
42
4: I
1921 January-July
42
5: J
1921 January-July
42
6: K
1921 January-July
42
7: L
1921 January-July
42
8: M
1921 January-July
42
9: N
1921 January-July
42
10: O
1921 January-July

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1921 January-JulyReturn to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
43
1: P
1921 January-July
43
1a: Peterson, P.E.
1921 January-July
43
2: Q
1921 January-July
43
3: R
1921 January-July
43
4: Sa-Si
1921 January-July
43
5: Sk-Sm
1921 January-July
43
6: Sn-Sy
1921 January-July
43
7: T
1921 January-July
43
8: U-V
1921 January-July
43
9: Wa-Wh
1921 January-July
43
10: Wi-Wy
1921 January-July
43
11: Y
1921 January-July

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1921 July-DecemberReturn to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
44
1: A
1921 July-December
44
2: Ba-Be
1921 July-December
44
3: Bi-By
1921 July-December
44
4: C
1921 July-December
44
5: D
1921 July-December
44
6: E
1921 July-December
44
7: F
1921 July-December
44
8: G
1921 July-December
44
9: Ha
1921 July-December
44
10: He-Hy
1921 July-December
44
11: I
1921 July-December
44
12: J
1921 July-December
44
13: K
1921 July-December
44
14: L
1921 July-December

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1921 July-DecemberReturn to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
45
1: M
1921 July-December
45
2: N
1921 July-December
45
3: O
1921 July-December
45
4: P
1921 July-December
45
5: R
1921 July-December
45
6: S
1921 July-December
45
7: T
1921 July-December
45
8: U-V
1921 July-December
45
8a: University Code
1921 July-December
45
9: W
1921 July-December
45
10: X-Z
1921 July-December

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1922 January-JulyReturn to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
46
1: A
1922 January-July
46
2: B
1922 January-July
46
2a: Bookstore Audit
1922 January-July
46
3: C
1922 January-July
46
3a: Cafeteria, Report of
1922 January-July
46
3b: Committees, Miscellaneous
1922 January-July
46
4: D
1922 January-July
46
5: E
1922 January-July
46
6: F
1922 January-July
46
7: G
1922 January-July
46
8: H
1922 January-July
46
9: I
1922 January-July
46
10: J
1922 January-July

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1922 January-JulyReturn to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
47
1: K
1922 January-July
47
2: L
1922 January-July
47
3: M
1922 January-July
47
4: N
1922 January-July
47
5: O
1922 January-July
47
6: P
1922 January-July
47
7: Q
1922 January-July
47
8: R
1922 January-July
47
9: S
1922 January-July
47
10: T
1922 January-July
47
11: U-V
1922 January-July
47
12: W-Z
1922 January-July

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1922-1923 July-DecemberReturn to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
48
1: A
1922 July-December
48
1a: Athletics
1922-1923 July-December
48
2: B
1922 July-December
48
3: C
1922 July-December
48
4: D
1922 July-December
48
5: E
1922 July-December
48
6: F
1922 July-December
48
7: G
1922 July-December
48
8: H
1922 July-December
48
9: I
1922 July-December
48
10: J
1922 July-December
48
11: K
1922 July-December

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1922 July-DecemberReturn to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
49
1: L
1922 July-December
49
2: M
1922 July-December
49
3: N
1922 July-December
49
4: O
1922 July-December
49
5: P-Q
1922 July-December
49
6: R
1922 July-December
49
7: S
1922 July-December
49
8: T
1922 July-December
49
9: U-V
1922 July-December
49
10: W-Z
1922 July-December
49
10a: Western Newspaper Union
1922 July-December

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1923 January-JulyReturn to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
50
1: A
1923 January-July
50
2: B
1923 January-July
50
3: C
1923 January-July
50
4: D
1923 January-July
50
5: E
1923 January-July
50
6: F
1923 January-July
50
7: G
1923 January-July
50
8: H
1923 January-July
50
9: I
1923 January-July
50
10: J
1923 January-July
50
11: K
1923 January-July
50
12: L
1923 January-July
50
12a: Length of School Week Committee
1923 January-July
50
13: M
1923 January-July
50
14: Medical School Rating
1923 January-July
50
15: Military Science and Tactics
1923 January-July

Miscellaneous Correspondence, January-July 1923Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
51
1: N
1923 January-July
51
2: O
1923 January-July
51
3: P
1923 January-July
51
4: Q-R
1923 January-July
51
5: S
1923 January-July
51
6: T
1923 January-July
51
7: U-V
1923 January-July
51
8: W
1923 January-July
51
9: X-Z
1923 January-July

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1923 July-DecemberReturn to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
52
1: A
1923 July-December
52
1a: Abbott, Stephen
1923 July-December
52
2: B
1923 July-December
52
3: C
1923 July-December
52
3a: Circular Letters
1923 July-December
52
3b: Commercial Organizations, List of
1923 July-December
52
4: D
1923 July-December
52
5: E
1923 July-December
52
6: F
1923 July-December
52
7: G
1923 July-December
52
8: H
1923 July-December
52
9: I
1923 July-December
52
9a: Interior, Department of
1923 July-December
52
10: K
1923 July-December
52
11: L
1923 July-December
52
12: Larson, R.O.; Supt.
1923 July-December
52
13: Lindsay, Clyde; Supt., Practice Farm
1923 July-December
52
14: Linford, J.H.; Correspondence Study
1923 July-December

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1923 July-DecemberReturn to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
53
1: M
1923 July-December
53
2: Mabey, Charles R.; Governor
1923 July-December
53
3: Maughan, J. Howard; Branch Agri. College
1923 July-December
53
4: Military Science and Tactics
1923 July-December
53
5: Mulcahy, P.H.; Central Railroad
1923 July-December
53
6: N
1923 July-December
53
7: O
1923 July-December
53
8: P
1923 July-December
53
9: Q-R
1923 July-December
53
10: S
1923 July-December
53
11: School Teachers, List of
1923 July-December
53
12: T
1923 July-December
53
13: U-V
1923 July-December
53
14: W-Z
1923 July-December

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1924 January-JulyReturn to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
54
1: A
1924 January-July
54
2: B
1924 January-July
54
3: C
1924 January-July
54
4: D
1924 January-July
54
5: E
1924 January-July
54
5a: Enrollment Statistics
1924 January-July
54
6: F
1924 January-July
54
7: G
1924 January-July
54
8: H
1924 January-July
54
9: I
1924 January-July
54
10: J
1924 January-July
54
11: K
1924 January-July

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1924 January-JulyReturn to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
55
1: L
1924 January-July
55
2: M
1924 January-July
55
2a: Military Science and Tactics
1924 January-July
55
3: N
1924 January-July
55
4: O
1924 January-July
55
5: P-Q
1924 January-July
55
6: R
1924 January-July
55
7: S
1924 January-July
55
8: T
1924 January-July
55
9: U
1924 January-July
55
10: W-Z
1924 January-July

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1924 July-DecemberReturn to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
56
1: A
1924 July-December
56
2: B
1924 July-December
56
3: C
1924 July-December
56
3a: Colleges, Statistics on Western
1924 July-December
56
4: D
1924 July-December
56
5: E
1924 July-December
56
5a: Education, Value of
1924 July-December
56
6: F
1924 July-December
56
7: G
1924 July-December
56
8: H
1924 July-December
56
9: I
1924 July-December
56
10: J
1924 July-December
56
11: K
1924 July-December
56
12: L
1924 July-December
56
13: M
1924 July-December

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1924 July-DecemberReturn to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
57
1: N
1924 July-December
57
2: O-Q
1924 July-December
57
3: R
1924 July-December
57
4: S
1924 July-December
57
4a: Salaries, including other Colleges
1924 July-December
57
5: T
1924 July-December
57
6: U-V
1924 July-December
57
7: W-Z
1924 July-December

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1925 January-JulyReturn to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
58
1: A
1925 January-July
58
2: B
1925 January-July
58
3: C
1925 January-July
58
4: D
1925 January-July
58
5: E
1925 January-July
58
6: F
1925 January-July
58
7: G
1925 January-July
58
8: H
1925 January-July
58
8a: High School Day
1925 January-July
58
9: I
1925 January-July
58
10: J
1925 January-July

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1925 January-JulyReturn to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
59
1: K
1925 January-July
59
2: L
1925 January-July
59
3: M
1925 January-July
59
4: N
1925 January-July
59
5: O-P
1925 January-July
59
5a: Questionnaires from President's Office (Replies to)
1925 January-July
59
6: R
1925 January-July
59
7: S
1925 January-July
59
8: T
1925 January-July
59
9: U-V
1925 January-July
59
10: W-Z
1925 January-July

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1925 July-DecemberReturn to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
60
1: A
1925 July-December
60
2: B
1925 July-December
60
3: C
1925 July-December
60
4: D
1925 July-December
60
5: E
1925 July-December
60
6: F
1925 July-December
60
7: G
1925 July-December

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1925 July-DecemberReturn to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
61
1: H
1925 July-December
61
2: I
1925 July-December
61
3: J
1925 July-December
61
4: K
1925 July-December
61
5: L
1925 July-December
61
6: M
1925 July-December
61
7: N-O
1925 July-December

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1925 July-DecemberReturn to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
62
1-2: P
1925 July-December
62
3: Ra-Ri
1925 July-December
62
4: Ro-Ry
1925 July-December
62
5: S
1925 July-December
62
6: T
1925 July-December
62
7: U
1925 July-December
62
8: V
1925 July-December

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1925 July-DecemberReturn to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
63
1: W
1925 July-December
63
2: X-Z
1925 July-December

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1926 January-JulyReturn to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
64
1: A
1926 January-July
64
2: B
1926 January-July
64
2a: Board Meeting
1926 January-July
64
2b: Budget
1926 January-July
64
3: C
1926 January-July
64
4: D
1926 January-July
64
5: E
1926 January-July
64
6: F
1926 January-July
64
7: G
1926 January-July
64
8: H
1926 January-July
64
9: I
1926 January-July
64
10: J-K
1926 January-July
64
11: L
1926 January-July
64
12: M
1926 January-July

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1926 January-JulyReturn to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
65
1: N
1926 January-July
65
2: O
1926 January-July
65
3: P
1926 January-July
65
4: Q-R
1926 January-July
65
5: S
1926 January-July
65
5a: Salary Schedule Committee, Report of
1926 January-July
65
6: T
1926 January-July
65
7: U
1926 January-July
65
8: W-Z
1926 January-July

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1926 July-DecemberReturn to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
66
1: A
1926 July-December
66
2: B
1926 July-December
66
3: C
1926 July-December
66
4: D
1926 July-December
66
5: E-F
1926 July-December
66
6: G
1926 July-December
66
7: H
1926 July-December
66
8: I-K
1926 July-December
66
9: L
1926 July-December
66
10: M
1926 July-December
66
11: N-O
1926 July-December

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1926 July-DecemberReturn to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
67
1: P-Q
1926 July-December
67
2: R
1926 July-December
67
3: S
1926 July-December
67
4: T-V
1926 July-December
67
5: W-Z
1926 July-December

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1927 January-JulyReturn to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
68
1: A
1927 January-July
68
2: B
1927 January-July
68
3: C
1927 January-July
68
4: D
1927 January-July
68
5: E
1927 January-July
68
6: G
1927 January-July
68
7: H
1927 January-July
68
8-9: J fd.1
1927 January-July
68
10: K-L
1927 January-July

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1927 January-JulyReturn to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
69
1: M
1927 January-July
69
2: N-O
1927 January-July
69
3: P
1927 January-July
69
4: Q-R
1927 January-July
69
5: S
1927 January-July
69
5a: Salaries, including other Colleges
1927 January-July
69
6: T-V
1927 January-July
69
7: W-Z
1927 January-July

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1927 July-DecemberReturn to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
70
1: A
1927 July-December
70
2: B
1927 July-December
70
3: C
1927 July-December
70
4: D-F
1927 July-December
70
5: G
1927 July-December
70
6: H
1927 July-December
70
7: I-K
1927 July-December
70
8: L
1927 July-December
70
9: M
1927 July-December

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1927 July-DecemberReturn to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
71
1: N-P
1927 July-December
71
2: Q-R
1927 July-December
71
3: S
1927 July-December
71
4: T-Z
1927 July-December

Vacated from Collection, 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s): Box 72-73

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1928 January-JulyReturn to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
74
1: A-B
1928 January-July
74
2: C-D
1928 January-July
74
3: E-F
1928 January-July
74
4: G-H
1928 January-July
74
5: I-J
1928 January-July

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1928 January-JulyReturn to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
75
1: K-L
1928 January-July
75
2: M
1928 January-July
75
3: N-R
1928 January-July
75
4: S
1928 January-July
75
5: T
1928 January-July
75
6: U-Z
1928 January-July

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1928 July-DecemberReturn to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
76
1: A
1928 July-December
76
2: B
1928 July-December
76
3: C
1928 July-December
76
4: D-F
1928 July-December
76
5: G-H
1928 July-December
76
6: I-K
1928 July-December
76
7: L
1928 July-December

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1928 July-DecemberReturn to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
77
1: Library
1928 July-December
77
2: M
1928 July-December
77
3: N-O
1928 July-December
77
4: P-R
1928 July-December
77
5: S
1928 July-December
77
6: T-Z
1928 July-December

Alumni Correspondence, 1928-1929Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
78
1: A-B
1928-1929
78
2: C-F
1928-1929
78
3: G-H
1928-1929
78
4: I-J
1928-1929
78
5: K-L
1928-1929
78
6: N-R
1928-1929
78
7: S-Z
1928-1929

Executive Secretary, 1928-1929Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
79
1: A
1928-1929
79
2: B
1928-1929
79
3: Ca-Ci
1928-1929
79
4: Cl-Cy
1928-1929
79
5: Circular Letters
1928-1929
79
6: D
1928-1929
79
7: E
1928-1929
79
8: F
1928-1929

Executive Secretary, 1928-1929Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
80
1: G
1928-1929
80
2: H
1928-1929
80
3: I
1928-1929
80
4: J
1928-1929
80
5: K
1928-1929
80
6: L
1928-1929
80
7: M
1928-1929
80
8: N
1928-1929
80
9: O
1928-1929

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Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
81
1: Peterson, President
1928-1929
81
2: P
1928-1929
81
3: R
1928-1929
81
4: Sa-Sl
1928-1929
81
5: Sm-Sy
1928-1929
81
6: T
1928-1929
81
7: Training School Enrollment
1928-1929
81
8: U
1928-1929
81
9: V
1928-1929
81
10: W
1928-1929
81
11: Y
1928-1929
81
12: Z
1928-1929

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Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
82
1: A
1928-1929
82
2: B
1928-1929
82
2a: Building Report
1928-1929
82
3: Ca-Cl
1928-1929
82
4: Cm-Cy
1928-1929
82
5: D
1928-1929
82
6: E
1928-1929
82
7: F
1928-1929
82
8: G
1928-1929

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Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
83
1: H
1928-1929
83
2: High School Day
1928-1929
83
3: I
1928-1929
83
4: Immigration Committee, fd.1
1928-1929
83
5: Immigration Committee, fd.2
1928-1929
83
6: Immigration Committee, fd.3
1928-1929
83
7: J
1928-1929
83
8: Jensen, C.N., Supt. of Public Instruction
1928-1929
83
9: K
1928-1929
83
10: L
1928-1929
83
11: M
1928-1929
83
12: N
1928-1929

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Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
84
1: O
1928-1929
84
2-3: P
1928-1929
84
4: R
>1928-1929
84
5: S
1928-1929
84
6: T
1928-1929
84
7: U-Z
1928-1929

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Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
85
1: A
1930
85
2: B
1930
85
3: Ca-Ce
1930
85
4: Ch-Cl
1930
85
5: Co-Cy
1930
85
6: Circular Letters
1930
85
7: Commencement Invitations
1930
85
8: D
1930
85
9: E
1930

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Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
86
1: F-H
1930
86
1a: F-H
1930
86
2: High School Day
1930
86
3: I
1930
86
4: Ikeler, Kenneth C.; Dean of School of Agriculture
1930
86
5: Immigration Committee
1930
86
6: Ivins; President-Board of Trustees
1930
86
7: J
1930
86
8: Jensen, C.N.; Supt. of Public Instruction
1930
86
9: K
1930
86
10: L
1930
86
11: Ma-Me
1930
86
12: Mi-My
1930
86
13: N
1930
86
14: National Education Association
1930
86
15: O
1930

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Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
87
1: P
1930
87
2: Peterson, E.G.
1930
87
3: Powell, A.H.
1930
87
4: Q
1930
87
5: R
1930
87
6: S
1930
87
7: Seminaries
1930
87
8: Stenographic Department
1930
87
9: Summer School
1930
87
10: T
1930
87
11: U
1930
87
12: V-W
1930
87
13: West, Ray; Dean of Schools of A.E. and M.A.
1930
87
14: Y
1930

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Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
88
1: A
1930
88
2: B
1930
88
3: C
1930
88
4: Champ, F.P.; President, Cache Valley Bank
1930
88
5: Circular Letters
1930
88
6: D
1930
88
7: E
1930
88
8: F
1930
88
9: Forestry Experiment Station
1930
88
9a: Forestry Experiment Station
1930
88
10: Freshman Program
1930
88
11: G
1930
88
12: H
1930
88
13: I
1930
88
14: Ikeler, Kenneth C.; Dean of School of Agriculture
1930
88
15: Immigration Committee
1930
88
16: J
1930
88
17: Jensen, C.N.
1930
88
18: L
1930

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Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
89
1: M
1930
89
2: N
1930
89
3: O
1930
89
4: P
1930
89
5: Peterson, E.G.
1930
89
6: Phi Delta Theta
1930
89
7: Powell, A.H.
1930
89
8: R
1930
89
9: Radio Committee (Farm and Home Hour)
1930
89
10: Sa-Sc
1930
89
11: Si-Sz
1930
89
12: Sororities
1930
89
13: Stenographic Department
1930
89
14: T
1930
89
14a: Teaching Loads, Fall Quarter
1930
89
15: U
1930
89
16: Union Pacific Scholarship
1930
89
17: V
1930
89
18: W
1930
89
19: Wanlass, W.L.; Dean, School of Commerce
1930
89
20: West, F.L.; Dean of Faculty
1930
89
21: West, Ray B.; Dean of Schools of A.E. and M.A.
1930
89
22: U-Z
1930

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Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
90
1: A
1931
90
2: B
1931
90
3: Building Program (Twenty Year)
1931
90
4: C
1931
90
5: Campus Improvement Committee
1931
90
6: Champ, F.P.; President, Cache Valley Bank
1931
90
7: Child Health and Protection
1931
90
8: Circular Letters
1931
90
9: Commencement Invitations
1931
90
10: D-E
1931
90
11: F
1931
90
12: G
1931
90
13: Golf and Country Club
1931
90
14: Guggenheim Foundation
1931
90
15: H
1931
90
16: High School Relations
1931
90
17: I
1931

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Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
91
1-2: Immigration Committee
1931
91
3: J
1931
91
4: L
1931
91
5: Land Board
1931
91
6: Linford, J.H.
1931
91
7: M
1931
91
8: N
1931
91
9: National Education Association
1931
91
10: Nursery (U.S. Forest)
See Box 92 fd.8 "T"
1931
91
11: O
1931

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Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
92
1: P
1931
92
2: Peterson, E.G. (Personal)
1931
92
3: Q-R
1931
92
4: Radio Committee (Farm and Home Hour)
1931
92
5: S
1931
92
6: Social Affairs Committee
1931
92
7: Stenographic Department
1931
92
8: T (U.S. Forest Nursery Photographs)
1931
92
9: U
1931
92
10: U.S. Forest Nursery
See Box 92 fd.8 "T"
1931
92
11: Wasatch Gas Company
1931
92
12: V-Z
1931

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Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
93
1: A-B
1932
93
2: C
1932
93
3: Campus Improvement Committee
1932
93
4: Circular Letters
1932
93
5: Commencement Invitations
1932
93
6: D-F
1932
93
7: G-I
1932
93
8: J-L
1932
93
9: M-N
1932
93
10: O-P
1932
93
11: Peterson, E.G. (Personal)
1932
93
12: Powell, A.H.
1932

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Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
94
1: Q-R
1932
94
2: Retirement
1932
94
3: Radio Committee
1932
94
4: Reconstruction Finance Corporation
1932
94
5: S
1932
94
6: T
1932
94
7: U-Z
1932

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Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
95
1: A
1933
95
2: Agricultural Rehabilitation Conference
1933
95
3: B
1933
95
4: Bear River Bay Migratory Bird Refuge
1933
95
5: C
1933
95
6: Circular Letters
1933
95
7: Commencement Invitations
1933
95
8: D
1933
95
9: Domestic Allotment Plan
1933
95
10: E
1933
95
11: F
1933
95
12: Federal Appropriations
1933
95
13: G-I
1933
95
14: J-L
1933
95
15: Land Use Planning
1933
95
16: Larson, R.O.
1933
95
17: Linford, J.H.
1933

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Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
96
1: M-N
1933
96
2: National Recovery
1933
96
3: O-P
1933
96
4: Peterson, E.G. (Personal)
1933
96
5: R
1933
96
6: S
1933
96
7: Social Affairs Committee
1933
96
8: Sororities
>1933
96
9: State Herbarium
1933
96
10: U-V
1933
96
11: W-Y
1933

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Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
97
1: A
1934
97
2: Association of Land-Grant Colleges
1934
97
3: B
1934
97
4: Batt, Chas.; Supt. of Heat and Water
1934
97
5: Berntson, R.E., Financial Secretary
1934
97
6: Blood, Henry H.; Governor
1934
97
7: Board of Trustees
1934
97
8: C
1934
97
9: Campus Improvement Committee
1934
97
10: Cardon, P.V.; Director of Experiment Station
1934
97
11: Champ, F.P.; Board of Trustees
1934
97
12: Circular Letters
1934
97
13: Clayton, Christine B.; Dean of School of Home Economics
1934
97
14: Commencement Invitations
1934

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Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
98
1: D-E
1934
98
2: F
1934
98
3: Federal Appropriations
1934
98
4: Federal Student Relief
1934
98
5: G
1934
98
6: H
1934
98
7: I-J
1934
98
8: John Price Jones Corporation
1934
98
9: K
1934
98
10: L
1934
98
11: Linford, J.H.
1934

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Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
99
1: M
1934
99
2: N
1934
99
3: O-P
1934
99
4: Peterson, E.G. (Personal)
1934
99
5: Powell, A.H.
1934
99
6: Public Domain
1934
99
7: R
1934
99
8: Research Foundation
1934
99
9: S
1934
99
10: Sororities
1934
99
11: U-Z
1934

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Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
100
1: A
1935
100
2: B
1935
100
3: C
1935
100
4: Campus Improvement Committee
1935
100
5: Circular Letters
1935
100
6: Clayton, Christine B.; Dean of School of Home Economics
1935
100
7: D
1935
100
8: E
1935
100
9: F
1935

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Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
101
1: G
1935
101
2: H
1935
101
3: I-J
1935
101
4: K
1935
101
5: L
1935
101
6: Linford, J.H.
1935
101
7: M
1935
101
8: Maynard, E.J.; Dean of School of Agriculture
1935
101
9: Military Science and Tactics
1935

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Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
102
1: N
1935
102
2: National Youth Administration
1935
102
3: O-P
1935
102
4: Peterson, E.G. (Personal)
1935
102
5: Q-S
1935
102
6: T
1935
102
7: U-W
1935
102
8: Wanlass, W.L.; Dean of School of Commerce
1935
102
9: West, F.L.; Dean of Faculty
1935
102
10: West, Ray B.; School of Engineering
1935
102
11: Wildlife Management
1935
102
12: Y-Z
1935

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Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
103
1: A
1936
103
2: B
1936
103
3: C
1936
103
4: Circular Letters
1936
103
5: D
1936
103
6: E-F
1936
103
7: Founders' Day
1936
103
8: G
1936
103
9: H
1936

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Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
104
1: I-J
1936
104
2: K
1936
104
3: L
1936
104
4: M
1936
104
5: N
1936
104
6: National Youth Administration
1936
104
7: Nightwatchmen
1936
104
8: O-P
1936
104
9: Peterson, E.G. (Personal)
1936
104
10: R-S
1936
104
11: T
1936
104
12: U-W
1936
104
13: Wanlass, W.L.; Dean of School of Commerce
1936
104
14: West, Ray B.; Dean of School of Engineering
1936
104
15: Z
1936

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Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
105
1: A
1937
105
2: B
1937
105
3: Blood, Henry H.; Governor
1937
105
4: C
1937
105
5: Cardon, P.V., Director of Experiment Station
1937
105
6: Circular Letters
1937
105
6a: D
1937
105
7: E
1937
105
8: F
1937
105
9: G
1937
105
10: H
1937

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Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
106
1: I
1937
106
2: J
1937
106
3: Jacobsen, E.A.; Dean of School of Education
1937
106
4: K
1937
106
5: L
1937
106
6: Linford, J.H.
1937
106
7: M
1937
106
8: N-O
>1937
106
9: P
1937
106
10: Peterson, E.G. (Personal)
1937
106
11: Peterson, Joseph H.
1937
106
12-13: Phosphate Reserves
1937

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Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
107
1-2: Phosphate Reserves
1937
107
3: R-S
1937
107
4: Sororities
1937
107
5: T-V
1937
107
6: W-Z
1937

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Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
108
1: A-B
1938
108
2: C
1938
108
3: Circular Letters
1938
108
4: Clyde, George D.; Dean of School of Engineering
1938
108
5: Commencement Invitations
1938
108
6: D-F
1938
108
7: Founders' Day Letters
1938
108
8: G
1938
108
9: H
1938
108
10: I-J
1938

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Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
109
1: K
1938
109
2: Kirkpatrick, Leonard; Librarian
1938
109
3: L
1938
109
4: M
1938
109
5: Merrill, Milton; Assistant to President
1938
109
6: Millard County Extension
1938
109
7: N-O
1938
109
8: P
1938
109
9: Peterson, E.G. (Personal)
1938
109
10: Q-R
1938
109
11: S
>1938

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Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
110
1: Semester Plan
1938
110
2-4: Social Work; Graduate School
1938
110
5: T
1938
110
6: U-Z
1938

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Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
111
1: A
1939
111
2: Aviation
1939
111
3: B
>1939
111
4: Business Research Bill
1939
111
5: C
1939
111
6: Campus Improvement Committee
1939
111
7: Circular Letters
1939
111
7a: Curriculum Committee
1939
111
8: D
>1939
111
9: Dunn, Paul M.; Dean, School of Forestry
1939
111
10: E-F
1939
111
11: G
1939
111
12: Grand Coulee Dam
1939
111
13: H
1939

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Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
112
1: I-K
1939
112
2: L
1939
112
3: Linford, J.H.; Correspondence Study
1939
112
4: M
1939
112
5: Merrill, M.R.; Assistant to President
1939
112
6: O
1939
112
7: P
1939
112
8: Peterson, E.G. (Personal)
1939
112
9: Phosphate Conference
1939

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Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
113
1: Q-R
1939
113
1a: Romney, E.L.; Athletic Coach
1939
113
2: S
1939
113
3: Scouting
1939
113
4: Stott, C.O.; Agri. Advertising Committee
1939
113
5: T-V
1939
113
6: Valedictory Addresses
1939
113
7: W
1939
113
8: X-Z
1939

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Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
114
1: A
1940
114
2: B
1940
114
3: C
1940
114
4: Circular Letters
1940
114
5-6: Clyde, George D.; Dean of Engineering
1940
114
7: D-E
1940
114
8: Educational Survey
1940

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Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
115
1: F-G
1940
115
2-3: H
1940
115
4: I-K
1940
115
5: Kirkpatrick, Leonard H.; Librarian
1940
115
6: L
1940
115
7: M
1940
115
8: Merrill, Milton R.; Assistant to President
1940
115
9: N
1940
115
10: National Defense
1940
115
11-12: National Defense (Committee at UAC)
1940
115
13: O
1940

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Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
116
1: P
1940
116
2: Parker, Harry; Supt. of Construction and Maintenance
1940
116
3: Peterson, E.G. (Personal)
1940
116
4: Q-R
1940
116
5: S
1940
116
5a: Romney, E.L.; Athletic Coach
1940
116
6: Stott, C.O.; Agr. Advertising Committee
1940
116
7: T-V
1940
116
8-9: W
1940
116
10: Wanlass, W.L.; Dean of School of Commerce
1940
116
11: X-Z
1940

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Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
117
1: A
1941
117
2: B
1941
117
3: C
1941
117
4: Champ, F.P.
1941
117
5: Circular Letters
1941
117
6: Commencement Invitations
1941
117
7: D-F
1941
117
8: Farnham, Emily; Resignation of an Art Teacher
1941
117
9-10: Federal Security Agency
1941
117
11: Forestry Bill
1941
117
12: G
1941

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Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
118
1: H
1941
118
2: Harrington, Roger
1941
118
3: I
1941
118
4: Institutional Invitations
1941
118
5: J-K
1941
118
6: L
1941
118
7-8: M
1941
118
9: Marketing Meetings
1941

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Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
119
1: N-O
1941
119
2: P
1941
119
3: Peterson, E.G. (Personal)
1941
119
4: Q-S
1941
119
5: T
1941
119
6: U-V
1941
119
7: W
1941
119
8: X-Z
1941

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Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
120
1: A
1942
120
2: B
1942
120
3: C
1942
120
4: Campus Improvement Committee
1942
120
5: Child Development
1942
120
6: Circular Letters
1942
120
7: D-E
1942
120
7a: Engineering Commission, Utah State - (Alton B. Paulson)
1942
120
8: F
1942
120
9: G
1942

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Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
121
1: H
1942
121
2: Hardman, James A.; Invention
1942
3: I-J
1942
Box
121
4: Jacobsen, Eldon A.; Dean of Education
1942
121
5: K-L
1942
121
6: M
1942

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Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
122
1: M
1942
122
2: N-P
1942
122
3: Peterson, E.G. (Personal)
1942
122
4: Q-R
1942
122
5: S
1942
122
6: Stevens, Kenneth R.
1942
122
7: Student English (Committee on)
1942
122
8: T-U
1942
122
9: V-W
1942
122
10: X-Z
1942

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Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
123
1: A
1943
123
2: B
1943
123
3: C
1943
123
4: Circular Letters
1943
123
5: D
943
123
6: E
1943
123
7: F
1943
123
8: G
1943
123
9: H
1943

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Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
124
1: Hendricks, King; Acting Librarian
1943
124
2: Holderbaum, Lois; Asst. Professor of Textiles and Clothing
1943
124
3: I-J
1943
124
4: K
1943
124
5: L
1943
124
6-7: M
1943
124
8: N-O
1943

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Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
125
1: P
1943
125
2: Peterson, E.G. (Personal)
1943
125
3: Publicity and Industrial Development Department
1943
125
4: Q-R
1943
125
5-6: S
1943
125
7: T-V
1943
125
8: W
1943
125
9: War Relocation Authority
1943
125
10: X-Z
1943

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Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
126
1: A
1944
126
2: Army Specialized Training Program
1944
126
3: B
1944
126
4: C
1944
126
5: Circular Letters
1944
126
6: Committee Reports
1944
126
7: D
1944

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Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
127
1: E-F
1944
127
1a: Extension Bill, College-University
1944
127
2: Faculty Appointments (Temporary)
1944
127
2a: Farm Bureau, Utah State
1944
127
3: Federal Security Agency
1944
127
4: G-H
1944
127
5: Hatch Book Lists
1944
127
6: I
1944
127
7: Inter-American Affairs
1944
127
8: J-L
1944
127
9: M-O
1944
127
10: Owens, W.W.; Director of Extension Service
1944

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Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
128
1: P
1944
128
2: Pan-Hellenic
1944
128
3: Peterson, E.G. (Personal)
1944
128
4: Phosphate
1944
128
5: Post-War, Higher Education
1944
128
6: Publicity and Industrial Development Department
1944
128
7: R
1944
128
8: S
1944
128
9: T
1944
128
10: U
1944
128
11: Utah Research Foundation
1944
128
12: V-W
1944
128
13: X-Z
1944

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Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
129
1: A
1945
129
2: B
1945
129
3: Board of Trustees
1945
129
4: C
1945
129
5: Circular Letters
1945
129
6: Clyde, George D.; Chairman for Committee on Out-of-State Travel
1945
129
7: Committee Reports
1945
129
8: D
1945
129
9: E-F
1945
129
9a: Engineering Department, Utah State (Alton B. Paulson)
1945
129
9b: Farm Bureau, Utah State
1945
129
10: G-H
1945
129
11: I
1945
129
12: Inter-American Affairs (Chairman, George A. Meyer)
1945
129
13: J
1945
129
14: Jacobsen, E.A.; Dean, School of Commerce
1945

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1945Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
130
1: K-L
1945
130
2: Legislative Material
1945
130
3: M
1945
130
4: N
1945
130
5: O-P
1945
130
6: Pan-Hellenic
1945
130
6a: Pan-Hellenic Council, Women's
1945
130
7: Phosphate
1945
130
8: Publicity and Industrial Development Department
1945
130
9: Q-R
1945
130
10: S
1945
130
11: Stenographic Bureau
1945
130
12: T-U
1945
130
13: W
1945
130
14: Walker, R.H.; Dean, School of Agr.; Director of Exp. Station
1945
130
15: X-Z
1945

Applications for School Recruitment, 1919-1920Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
131
1: A
1919-1920
131
2: B
1919-1920
131
3: C
1919-1920
131
4: D
1919-1920
131
5: E
1919-1920
131
6: F
1919-1920
131
7: G
1919-1920

Applications for School Recruitment (incomplete), 1919-1920Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
132
1: H
1919-1920
132
2: M-R
1919-1920
132
3: S
1919-1920
132
4: T
1919-1920
132
5: W-Y
1919-1920

Applications for Staff Positions (incomplete), 1916-1936Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
133
1: Animal Husbandry
1925
133
2: Art (photos)
1923
133
3: Band
1925
133
4: Chemistry
1917
133
5: Economics (photos)
1935
133
6: Educational Psychology
1924
133
7: English
1922-1923
133
8: Entomology
1916
133
9: Home Economics
1917 and 1923
133
10: Horticulture
1916-1923
133
11: Library (photos)
1936
133
12: Physical Education
1921-1926
133
13: Psychology
1936

Applications for Staff and Student Employment and Miscellaneous Recommendations, 1916-1925Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
134
1: Miscellaneous Staff Applications
1916
134
2: Miscellaneous Staff Applications
1917
134
3: Miscellaneous Staff Applications
1922-1923
134
4: Miscellaneous Staff Applications
1925
134
5: Miscellaneous Staff Recommendations
1922
134
6: Student Employment Recommendations
1922

Articles and Speeches collected by E.G. Peterson (Primarily by U.A.C. Faculty), 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
135
1: Abell, T.H.; Assistant Horticulturist, Experiment Station, U.A.C. - Avoid Sterile Cherry Orchards
1916-1944
135
2: Abell, T.H. - Consider the Cold Frame
1916-1944
135
3: Abell, T.H. - Culture of Tomatoes
1916-1944
135
4: Abell, T.H. - Good Quality in Utah Vegetables
1922 November 18
135
5: Abell, T.H. - Hardy Tomato Plants for Transplanting
1920 April
135
6: Abell, T.H. - Head Lettuce in Utah
1923 January 11
135
7: Abell, T.H. - Home Garden
1920 March
135
8: Abell, T.H. - Making a Hotbed
1920 March
135
9: Abell, T.H. - Managing the Hotbed
1920 March
135
10: Abell, T.H. - Methods of Raising Tomato Plants
1920 April
135
11: Abell, T.H. - Peaches must be Well-Graded
1916-1944
135
12: Abell, T.H. - Planning the Home Garden
1916-1944
135
13: Abell, T.H. - Strawberry Beds need Summer Attention
1916-1944
135
14: Abell, T.H. - Time to Buy Garden Seeds
1920 April
135
15: Abell, T.H. - Utah Orchards are Often too Thickly Planted
1916-1944
135
16: Abell, T.H. - When to Plant Seeds on the Hotbed
1920 April
135
17: Abell, T.H. - Interview with T.H. Abell Adams
1922 October 6
135
17a: Adams, J. Donald - The Collapse of Conscience,The Atlantic Monthly
1938 January
135
18: Adams, O.W.; Vice-President, First Utah Nat'l. Bank - Banker Gives First Step to Success
1916-1944
135
19: Arnold, F.R.; U.A.C. - Cooperation Between Stock Range and Alfalfa Ranch in Southern Utah
1916-1944
135
20: Barber, Ellen - Clothing Budget of Helen Gubler
1919
135
21: Blood, Henry H.; Governor - Address to Graduates
1931 June 1
135
22: Bodman, E.J.; Vice-President of the Union Trust Company, Little Rock, Arkansas - Education Pays in Leadership, Influence, and Honors
1923 April 25
135
23: Braithwaite, F.C.; Assistant Professor of Art, U.A.C. - Color and Light in the Home
1916-1944
135
24: Brossard, E.B.; Agricultural Economics and Farm Mgt., U.A.C. - Does Education Pay?
1916-1944
135
25: Brown, Bertrand; Community Service, New York - George Ade on Rural Recreation
1916-1944
135
25a: Butler, Nicholas Murray; Address at Columbia Univ. Commencement - Another World
1945 June 5
135
26: Butt, N.I. - What the Utah Experiment Station is Doing
1916-1944
135
27: Cardon, P.V.; Director, U.A.C. Experiment Station - Some Things I Do Not Know About Utah Agriculture
1929 April 18
135
28: Carroll, W.E.; Professor of Animal Husbandry - A Program for Education
1938 January 28
135
28a: Carter, Ezra G. - Modern City Milk Problem
1916-1944
135
28b: Carter, Ezra G. - Vital Statistics as a Guide in Community Health
1916-1944
135
29: Clyde, G.D. - Utah Experiment Station - Water Supply Shortage on the Logan River
1916-1944
135
30: Coe, Francis M.; U.A.C. - Know Your Apples
includes photo of Prof. Coe
1916-1944
135
31: Coe, Francis M.; U.A.C. - One Hundred Selected Bulletin References on Fruit Culture
1928 September
135
31a: Cowles, LeRoy E. - Some Present Trends in Higher Education - (KSL Broadcast)
1932 September 4
135
32: Dern, George H.; Governor of Utah - Address at the Farmers' Encampment Held at Logan
1926 July 20
135
33: Ewing, Scott; Student in Agricultural Journalism, U.A.C. - Tractor is Replacing Farm Horse
1916-1944
135
34: Farnsworth, B.K. - Report of Summer Work - (Student Recruitment)
1916-1944
135
35: Fletcher, C.; Logan - Utah Calls to the World
1916-1944
135
36: Fox, Ruth M.; Textiles - Buying
1916-1944
135
37: Frederick, H.J.; Veterinarian, Experiment Station - The Tractor and the Horse
1916-1944
135
38: Geddes - Social Workers Begin Preparations
1930 May 15
135
39: Greeley, W.B.; Forester, Cache Valley - Government Forest Work in Utah
1921 March
135
39a: Haggard, H. Rider - Rural Denmark and its Lessons
1916-1944
135
40: Hansen, Emil; Instructor in Landscape Gardening, U.A.C. - Flowers for the House
1920 March
135
41: Hansen, Emil - Landscape Gardening from Ancient Times to the Present Day
5 photos included
1916-1944
135
42: Hansen, Emil - Making the Lawn
1920 March
135
43: Hansen, Emil - Planting and Care of Rose Bushes
1920 March
135
44: Hansen, Emil - Planting Trees and Shrubs
1920 March
135
45: Harris, F.S.; Director, Experiment Station, U.A.C. - Beware of the Tumbling Mustard
1916-1944
135
46: Hawley, I.M.; Professor of Zoology and Entomology, Utah Agricultural College - Fall Plowing, Extermination of Insects
1922 October 6
135
47: Hawley, I.M. - Friendly Enemy -The Cockroach
1916-1944
135
48: Hawley, I.M. - Grasshopper Control
1916-1944
135
49: Henderson, W.W.; Department of Entomology and Experiment Station, U.A.C. - Bedbug
1916-1944
135
50: Henderson, W.W. - Box Elder Bugs
1916-1944
135
51: Henderson, W.W. - Controlling Ants
1916-1944
135
52: Henderson, W.W. - Household Insects
1916-1944
135
52a: Henderson, W.W. - Logan L.D.S. Institute
1933 August 20
135
53: Hirst, C.T.; Experiment Station, U.A.C. - Baking Powders
1916-1944
135
54: Hyde, Arthur M.; Secretary of Agriculture - Agriculture needs Strengthened Research
1929 July 25
135
55: Hyde, Arthur M. - Introducing Dept. of Agriculture's Period in National Farm and Home Hour
1929 July 8
135
56: Ikeler, Kenneth C.; Dean, School of Agriculture - Article on the Utah Forest Situation
1927 July 28
135
57: Jardine, W.M.; Secretary of Agriculture - Address at Alumni Banquet
1925 June 7
135
58: Jardine, W.M. - Commencement Address
1925 June 7
135
59: Jones, Committee of Conference - Conference Report
1938 February 7
135
60: Jeppeson, S.T.; Cashier, First Utah Savings Bank - Romantic Development of the Modern Bank Vault
1916-1944
135
61: King, George E.; Assistant Entomologist, Experiment Station - Dormant Spraying
1920 February
135
62: King, George E. - Farm Cleanliness Against Insects
1916-1944
135
63: King, George E. - San Jose Scale
1920 January
135
64: King, George E. - Spider Mite
1920 January
135
64a: King-Hall, Stephen - Why are we at War? - Nat'l. Broadcast
1939 September 8
135
65: Legge, Alexander; Chairman, Federal Farm Board - Relation of the Federal Farm Board to the Cooperative Movement
1929 July 30
135
66: Merrill, Amy Lyman; Assistant Professor of Household Administration - Beehive Camp in Logan Canyon
1916-1944
135
67: Merrill, M.C.; Horticulturist, U.A.C. - Clearing the Orchard for Action
1920 June
135
68: Merrill, M.C. - Davis County Experimental Farm
1920 April
135
69: Merrill, M.C. - For the Love of Home-Clean Up
1920 April
135
70: Merrill, M.C. - Harvesting the Garden Crop
1916-1944
135
71: Merrill, M.C. - Improving the Tomato
1920 June
135
72: Merrill, M.C. - Legitimate Grafting
1920 June
135
73: Merrill, M.C. - Opportunities for Utah Celery
1920 April
135
74: Merrill, M.C. - Orchardists - Watch Your Step
1916-1944
135
75: Merrill, M.C. - Pruning Ornamental Trees and Shrubs
1920 March
135
76: Merrill, M.C. - Renovating the Old Orchard
1916-1944
135
77: Merrill, M.C. - Story of the U.A.C. Fruit-Tree
1920 April
135
78: Merrill, M.C. - Top-Working Fruit-Trees
1916-1944
135
79: Moulton, Arthur W. - Baccalaureate Sermon at U.A.C.
1920 May 30
135
80: Mumford, Dean F.B.; Missouri College of Agriculture - Why Should A Young Man Attend The College of Agriculture?
1933 April

Articles and Speeches collected by E.G. Peterson (Primarily by U.A.C. Faculty), 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
136
1: Nuffer, L.F. - The Tent Caterpillar
1916-1944
136
2: Ousley, Clarence; Assistant Secretary of Agriculture - A Beautiful Tribute to the Tree
1920 June
136
3: Owens, W.W.; County Agent Leader, Extension Division - Article on Farming
1929
136
4: Pack, H.J.; Assistant Professor of Zoology and Entomology - Food of Snakes and Lizards
1922 November 18
136
5: Pedersen, N. Alvin - Make-Shift Trucks and Tractors
1916-1944
136
5a: Phillips, Ralph W.; Head of Animal Husbandry, USAC - Notes on the livestock Industry in the West
1940 March 8
136
6: Pittman, D.W.; Dept. of Agronomy, Experiment Station - Dry-Rot Attacks Only Weaker Beets
1916-1944
136
7: Richards, Stephen L. - Address at Semi-Centennial Celebration - The Home in Our Civilization
1938 June 5
136
7a: Ricks, Joel E., Jr. - Article on American Land-Grant Colleges
1938 March 10
136
8: Robinson, D.E.; Professor of Marketing, U.A.C. - 1921 Roundup at the U.A.C.
1921 January
136
9: Robinson, D.E. - Advertising for Students at a Profit
1924 July 24
136
10: Robinson, D.E. - Advertising - Vital Power in Business
1920 September 30
136
11: Robinson, D.E. - Discovery of Cache Valley
1916-1944
136
12: Robinson, D.E. - Education in Cache Valley
1920 March
136
13: Robinson, D.E. - Education that Works for You - (Based on Interview with E.G. Peterson)
1920
136
14: Robinson, D.E. - Exploding an Advertising Fallacy
1916-1944
136
15: Robinson, D.E. - Getting Health with Your College Education
1916-1944
136
16: Robinson, D.E. - John T.Caine Biography
1926 February
136
17: Robinson, D.E. - Logan Canyon, A Newly Discovered Wonderland of the Wasatch Range
1916-1944
136
18: Robinson, D.E. - Logan's First Citizenship Day
1916-1944
136
19: Robinson, D.E. - National Magazine notes Work at U.A.C.
1921 June 24
136
20: Robinson, D.E. - Reserve Officers' Training Corps at the U.A.C.
1916-1944
136
21: Robinson, D.E. - Scandinavians Add to Strength of U.A.C. Faculty
1916-1944
136
22: Robinson, D.E. - Special Training Counts
1916-1944
136
23: Robinson, D.E. - Utah Agricultural College During the Past Year
1922-1923
136
24: Robinson, D.E. - Utah Agricultural College-The School of the People
1920
136
25: Robinson, D.E. - Utah Boasts Efficient Educational Ideal
1920 February
136
26: Robinson, D.E. - War Activities
1921 June 24
136
27: Robinson, D.E. - We'll Call Him Fred
1916-1944
136
27a: Roosevelt, Theodore - Birth Control - From the Positive
1916-1944
136
28: Russell, I.K. - Logan Calls to the World; The World Calls Back to Logan
1916-1944
136
29: Schank, Lafayette; S.L.C., Student in Agriculture at Utah Agricultural College - Salvaging Old Orchards
1916-1944
136
30: Shepard, E.C.; Forest Supervisor - Logan Canyon, The Most Scenic Part of the Cache National Forest
1922 August 8
136
31: Sorensen, C.J.; Instructor in Zoology, U.A.C. - Fighting English Sparrows
1916-1944
136
32: Sorensen, C.J. - Keeping Down Rabbits
1916-1944
136
33: Spande, Sibyl - Soul Satisfying Christmas Presents that Last for Years
1922
136
34: Sproul - Resealing of the Cornerstone Speech
1916-1944
136
35: Stewart, George; Agronomist, Experiment Station - Increase Your Cash Income with Sugar-Beets
1929
136
35a: Stoddart, L.A.; Prof. of Range Management, USAC - The Public Grazing Lands
1938 May
136
36: Swenson, D.A.; Instructor in Woodwork, U.A.C. - Carpenter Tools on the Farm
1916-1944
136
37: Terman - The Hygiene of the Child
1916-1944
136
38: Thain, W.E.; Asst. Professor of Accounting, U.A.C. - Farm Cost Records
1922 November
136
39: Thain, G.W. - Using Your Agricultural College
1923 April
136
40: Thomas, W.P. - Prices of Agricultural Products
1929 July 22
136
41: Tingey, D.C.; Asst. Agronomist - Solving the Wheat Smut Problem By Breeding Resistant Varieties
1930
136
42: Wanlass, W.L.; Dean, School of Commerce and Business Administration, U.A.C. - Government of Cache County
1916-1944
136
43: Wanlass, W.L. - Government of Logan City
1916-1944
136
43a: Warren, G.F.; Cornell University - The Price Situation
1934 November 20
136
44: West, Frank L.; Dean of Faculty - Student Life at the Utah Agricultural College
1916-1944
136
45: Whitacre, Jessie; Director, School of Home Economics - Cookery for the Sick
1916-1944
136
46: Widtsoe, John A. - Baccalaureate Sermon, U.A.C. - Serve Your Own Generation
1938 June 5
136
47: Wilster, Gustav; Assoc. Prof., Dairy Husbandry, U.A.C. - Ice Cream Making in the Home
1923 April 4
136
48: Wilster, Gustav - Sweet Cream Butter on the Farm
1922 October 14
136
49: Winschell, L.F.; Auto Expert, U.A.C. - Importance of Oil to the Farmers' Car
1922 September 14
136
50: Young, Principal; Benson School - Parents and School
1916-1944
136
51: Youngblood, B.; Principal Agricultural Economist, Office of Experiment Stations, U.S. Dept. of Agr. - Relation of the Physical and Biological to the Social Sciences in Agricultural Research
1929 November 12

Articles and Speeches collected by E.G. Peterson (Unauthored), 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
BoxFolder
Auto Mechanics Department
1916-1944
Boys and Girls Receive Encouragement in Uintah County
1916-1944
Cache Valley (History of)
1916-1944
Chamber of Commerce, article on
1920
Chamber of Commerce articles
1916-1944
Agriculture (Cache County)
1916-1944
Cache County
1916-1944
Cache County in Brief
1916-1944
Education (Cache County)
1916-1944
Logan and Cache
1916-1944
Logan in Brief
1916-1944
Logan, The Home City
1916-1944
Untitled
Includes statistics on Cache County Crops
1916-1944
Commercial Value of the Dairy Cow to the Bankers of Cache Valley, Utah
1916-1944
Common Cold is Contagious and Dangerous, says Nurse (Charlotte Dancy)
1916-1944
Conservation of Irrigation Water Important Problem
1925 January 23
Cooperative Marketing of Wool Successful at Fountain Green
1916-1944
Destructive Force of Silence
1916-1944
Education
1916-1944
Engineering Foundations of Rural Life
1916-1944
Fly Killing Campaign Urged
1916-1944
How to Buy Linen for the Hope Chest
1916-1944
How to Poison Grasshopper in 1924
1924
Ideals of Womanhood
1916-1944
Importance of an Investment Program
1916-1944
Least Known America by Bartlett; a book review
1916-1944
Let's Fire Our Superintendent
1916-1944
New Plant Diseases Attacking Utah Crops
1916-1944
Old Fashioned Costumes
1916-1944
Opportunities in Home Economics
1916-1944
Over Grazing of Range is Hard to Detect
1916-1944
Parents and the School
1916-1944
Proved Fly Control Measure Given
1916-1944
Shade Trees
1916-1944
Special Training Needed by Teachers, says Authority
1916-1944
Strawberry Beds Need Summer Attention
1916-1944
Suggestions to Young Men
1920 December 1
Summer School Problem
1916-1944
There is Money in Dairying if You Know How
1916-1944
1377
Utah Agricultural College, articles on
1916-1944
College Training is Necessary
1916-1944
Facts Regarding the U.A.C.
1916-1944
Opportunities at the U.A.C.
1916-1944
Utah Agricultural College
1916-1944
Utah Agricultural College
1916-1944
U.A.C. Enters New Era of Growth
1921-1922
U.A.C. has Well-Equipped Apiary
1916-1944
Year of 1923-24
1923-1924
1378
Utah Agricultural College, Miscellaneous Promotional Advertisements, Announcements, etc.
1916-1944
Watch the Ranges this Summer
1916-1944
Ways to Produce Clean Milk Given
1925 January 23
Weed Your Gardens
1916-1944
Wider Use of Utah Celery Urged by Authority in Foods
1916-1944

Articles and Speeches by E.G. Peterson , 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
BoxFolder
AAA Conference, notes on address
1942 January 21
After the War
April 15, 1944
Ag. Club Link Article
1919-1920
Agricultural Advisory Committee speech
1939 October 6
Agricultural Council of Utah
1916-1944
Agricultural Outlook
1916-1944
Agricultural Price Situation in Utah and United States
1916-1944
Agriculture - "Utah" booklet; Bureau of Information
1916-1944
Agriculture and National Defense
1916-1944
Agriculture and National Defense (Farm Bureau Outing)
1940 July 10
Agriculture and Our Social Problem (Utah State Conference of Social Work
1938 July 15
Agriculture and Social Integrity (Bankers Short Course)
1931 October 16
Ag. Club Link speech
1916-1944
Agriculture in Our Present Economics (Bankers Convention)
1932 June 10
Agriculture in the American System (Salt Lake Co. Farm Bureau)
1931 April 18
Agriculture in the Post-War World (Cache Co. Farm Bureau)
1944 December 29
Agriculture in Utah
1919 December 10
Agriculture Moves Forward
1916-1944
Aim of Education A.D. 1922
1922 March 25
Alcohol
1916-1944
Alumni Quarterly article
1929 September 11
Alumni Quarterly article
1936 February
Alumni Quarterly article
1938 April 11
Alumni Quarterly article
1944 November 29
Alumni Quarterly article
1945 April 12
America's Responsibility - How Shall She Meet It
1916-1944
American Excellence
1916-1944
American Plan V
1916-1944
American Plan VI
1916-1944
American Plan VII
1916-1944
American Standard
1916-1944
American Standard of Living Necessary
1916-1944
American Sugar Beet Technologists speech
1942 January 6
Americanism; Commencement at Montana (also titled: Some Phases of Americanism)
1930 June 11
Americanism in Utah and Idaho
1916-1944
Appeal to Students
1916-1944
Are We Looking at Evolution Backwards?
1916-1944
At the Crossroads
1916-1944
Athletic Banquet at S.L.C.
1924 May
Athletic Banquet at S.L.C.
1936 December 8
Attack on Depression Must Center On Commodity Prices
1916-1944
Baccalaureate Address
1916-1944
Bacean (sp?) article
1940 August 31
Bankers of Logan
1933 March 16
Basis of Our Economic Life and of Our Civilization
1916-1944
Basis of Sound Agriculture (Ogden Kiwanis Club)
1929 August 29
Beehive Article
1937 April 3
Better Living on the Farm
1916-1944
Biography of E.G. Peterson
1916-1944
Blue Book Article
1938 August 18
Board of Trustees of the College article
1916-1944
BAC Scrapbook article
1930 February 22
BAC Yearbook article
1940 March 15
Buzzer article
1929
Buzzer article
1938
Buzzer article
1939
Buzzer article
1940
Buzzer article
1916-1944
By-Products of Education
1916-1944
Cache Valley (for Pacific Life)
1939 May 10
Can the American Standard be Maintained on American Farms (U.B.I.C. address)
1929 August 7
Can We Live at Home?
1916-1944
Causes (Rotary Club address)
1939 April 20
Certain Distinctive Features of U.A.C. Work
1920 May 1
Chamber of Commerce address
1923 May 17
Changes in Plant Cover accompanying Grazing
1916-1944
Chapel Address
1923 May 21
Chapel Address
1923 October 1
Chapel Address
1925 March 24
Chapel Address
1937 September 30
Chapel Address
1940 >October 2
Chapel Address
1943 April 5
Character and Progress (Chapel Address)
1932 September 29
Church Advisory Committee, Stake Presidents and Regional Ag. Committees Address
1939 April 8
Christmas Journal Article
1930
Christmas Greeting
1942
Christmas Broadcast over K.S.L.
1944 December 23
Circular Letter
1932 December 8
Coast Markets
1916-1944
College and the Nation (K.S.L. Broadcast)
1942 December 12
College History article
1938 March 3
College Organization and Policy Committee, Report of
1916-1944
College Report, Information used in
1936 >May 31
Commerce and Business Administration
1916-1944
Comments on England and Germany (Timpanogos Club)
1938 October 6
Coming Opportunities for American Youth (K.S.L. Broadcast)
1933 December 27
Commencement Address
1916-1944
Commencement Address (The UAC - The People's School)
1921 May 5
Commencement Address (Report of the President)
1923 May 23
Commencement Address (Report of the President)
1925 June 7
Commencement Address (Civilization and the New Testament at Univ. of Wyoming)
1930 August 28
Commencement Address (Report of the Year)
1931 May 31
Commencement Address (Annual Report)
1932 May 29
Commencement Address (Annual Statement)
1933 May 28
Commencement Address
1937 June 6
Commencement Address
1938
Commencement Address
1939 June 4
Commencement Address
1942 May 31
Commencement Address
1943
Commencement Address (Quartermaster General's School for Advances Storage Officers)
1916-1944
1944 May 24
Commencement Address (Statement by President)
1945
Commencement Address (BYU - Power of Doctrine)
1945 June 6

Articles and Speeches by E.G. Peterson , 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
BoxFolder
Dairy Situation
1916-1944
Day of Promise (District Rotary Conference at Pocatello)
1942 May 11
Delivery of Water to Irrigators
1916-1944
Democracy at Birth
1916-1944
Deseret News article
1922 January 24
Deseret News article
1922 February 14
Deseret News article
1922 March 1
Deseret news article
1922 March 8
Deseret News article
1936 December 22
Deseret News article
1941 November 25
Deseret News article
1943 September 16
Does the Land Grant Need its Alumni?
1916-1944
Dimensions of the Universe
1916-1944
Disorderly Production
1916-1944
Economic Situation
1916-1944
Education in a New World (K.S.L. Broadcast)
1932 April 19
Education in a Revolutionary World (K.S.L.Talk)
1938 January 8
"Encampment News" article
1929 July 13
Enlisted Reserve Corp speech
1943 April 5
Essentials of Permanent Agriculture, No. II; The Real Farmer
1916-1944
Evil in Modernism
1916-1944
Expenses and Prices
1916-1944
Explains How New Act Will Aid Farmers
1916-1944
Extension Conference Address
1942 December 7
Extension News article
1931 November 13
Extension Review article
1920 February
Extension Service
1931 February 5
Extension Workers Conference speech
1942 January 12
Extent of Need of Phosphate Fertilizers
1916-1944
Facing the New Year (K.S.L. Broadcast)
1928 December
Faith in a War Torn World (K.S.L. Sunday - Salt Lake Tabernacle)
1940 December 29
Family
1916-1944
Farm and Home (K.S.L. Broadcast)
1932 September 23
Farm and Education (Utah Farmer)
1920 February
Farm Bureau address
1939 October 25
Farm Bureau
1916-1944
Farm Home (Farmer's Encampment address at Logan)
1930 July 15
Farmer Not Sick! (Newspaper article)
1929 July 8
Farming a Profession for Superior People (article for Utah Farmer)
1922 June 7
Fifty Years of Fruit Investigations at the Utah Station
1916-1944
First Faculty Meeting speech
1942 September 22
Football Program
1936 October 17
Football Program
1937 October 30
Foundations in Agriculture (Farmer's Emcampment address)
1929 July 15
Four-H Club Week article
1942 April 6
Four-H Club School Remarks
1945 March 1
France As Well As French
1916-1944
Freshman Assembly address
1938 September 24
Fruit Production in Utah (Utah State Horticulture Society)
1938 February 11
Future of American Agriculture
1916-1944
Future Farmers of America remarks
1942 April 22
Future Farmers at U.S.A.C., address at opening conference
1944 March 7
Future of Utah Agriculture, State Farm Bureau
1939 November 29
General Conference address
1932 October 8
Getting Rich Quick
1916-1944
Glance at English Agriculture and the People
1916-1944
Golden Age
1916-1944
Good Future in Livestock Farming (for Utah Farmer)
1917 March
Good Will in Education
1937 February 18
Graduation Remarks (Conferring of Degrees)
1919
Great American Inheritance (Chapel Address)
1928 September 19
Greeting from the President
1916-1944
Harmonizing Instructional, Experimental, and Extension Work in Agriculture
1916-1944
Harvester Company Address
1916-1944
Health of Mind and Body
1916-1944
Health Qualities of Our Fruits (State Horticulture Society)
1944 January 15
Herald Journal Statement
1930 October 9
Herald Journal Statement
1937 June 28
Herald Journal Statement
1939 October 26
Herald Journal Statement
1944 January 19
High School Graduates, letter to
1920
Higher Education and Character Training (For Publicity)
1931 July 9
Higher Education in the Post-War Period (Utah Ed. review)
1943 November 26
Higher Level (Chapel Address)
1929 September 26
Home Building (Building and Loan Associations)
1930 April 12
Home Building in Cache Valley
1920 March 11
Home Opportunities in Utah
1916-1944
Homecoming Statement
1938 October 18
Hot Wheat - and Why
1916-1944
Ideal Back of Our Culture (Opening address at rural school)
1944 November 29
Ideal of the UAC
1916-1944
Importance of Sugar Beet Industry in the Western States
1940 December 4
Impressions of the National Summer School
1916-1944
In the Service of Agriculture
1937 May 17
Increased Farm Income - A National Necessity (Uintah Basin Industrial Convention address)
1939 August 25
Industrial Development Bulletin Article
1943 May 22
Industrial Education Conference
1939 April
Industrial Horizons (American Sugar Technologists)
1942 January 10
Irrigation and Drainage
1916-1944
Irrigation Experts Conference, Opening Statement
1945 January 27
K.S.L. address
1925 October
K.S.L. address
1938 >December 31
K.S.L. address
1942 December 12
K.V.N.U. address
1921 February
Keep on Plowing
1916-1944
Kiwanis Club speech
1922 February 10
Land of Promise
1916-1944
Law
1919 October
Law of Life (Convention - Sugar Technologists)
1938 January 11
Leadership Week at BYU
1937 January
Livestock Meeting at Denver
1940 April 5
Logan Republican article
1923 December
Long View
1916-1944
Manager Mind
1916-1944
Mass Production in Agriculture
1929 April 8
Meaning of Education XII. Democracy is Love of Justice
1916-1944
Meaning of Education XI. Unselfishness
1918 June 26
Men's Club address
1916-1944
Mexican Immigration
1916-1944
Moloch Still Lives
1916-1944
More Important the Business
1916-1944
Motive and Organization (Alumni Directory)
1930 April 11
N.B.C. Broadcast at U.S.A.C.
1913 December
National Center for Summer Study and Recreation
1925 February 6
Needed Development of Western Phosphate, Notes on address
1916-1944
Needed Reforms in Irrigation Practice (Payroll Builder)
1921 April 20
New Agriculture and Education (U.B.I.C.)
1933 August 10
New Christianity (Rotary Club address)
1922 December
New Day for American Youth (Chapel address)
1933 September 28
News Bureau article
1938 August 9
Northern Utah Civic Clubs address
1942 November 25
N. Utah, S. Idaho, and Wyoming Agriculture and Relief Committees (Ogden Tabernacle)
1916-1944
One Reason Why We Fail
1916-1944
Opportunities for the Trained
1916-1944
Opportunity in Forestry (Forestry Journal)
1916-1944
Organized Righteousness (Millenial Star)
1936 November 5
Our Dependence on Agriculture
1916-1944
Folderitem
136
Our Two-Faced Civilization (BYU address) - also titled: Trend of Our Education
1929 January 26

Articles and Speeches by E.G. Peterson , 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
BoxFolder
Payroll Builder article
1925 April 9
Permanent Foundations
1916-1944
Phosphate, notes on (Rotary Club)
1937 September 23
Phosphate Conference at Pocatello
1937 October 8-9
Pioneer Meeting at College Amphitheatre, Remarks at (Program included)
1940 July 17
Place of Research in the College (Sigma Xi)
March 14, 1942
Place of the College
1916-1944
Place of United States in the World's Meat Production
1916-1944
Plan for the Development of the U.A.C.
1916-1944
Plans for 1919-1920
1919-1920
Plea for the University and the College (KSL address)
1936 December 29
Present Agriculture Conditions in Utah
1916-1944
Present Revolution, notes on address at Shelley
1939 May 14
Preserving Rural Culture (Utah Academy of Science at Ogden)
1937 November 5
President's Assembly
1936 October 15
President's Assembly
1937 September 30
President's Assembly
1942 September 30
President's Assembly
1943 September 29
President's Assembly
1944 September 27
Proposed Amendments to the Constitution of Utah
1930 March
Proposed Solution for the Farm Marketing Problem
1916-1944
Prosperous and Enlightening Agriculture - The Basis of an Enduring Civilization (K.S.L. Broadcast and Chapel address)
1939 September 16
Postwar Development of Collegiate Education in Utah
1916-1944
Poultry
1916-1944
Radio Technology School, address to Graduates, U.S.A.C.
1942 September 12
Relation of the Agricultural College to Vocational Education in the Secondary Schools
1916-1944
Relation of the Farmer to the Present Prices
1917 March
Report of the President at SLC
1923 April 27
Report of the President
1925-1926
Report of the President
1926-1927
Report of the President
1929 May 26
Report of the President
1945 June
Report to the Board
1923 December
Restoration of Confidence
1916-1944
Revolution and Some Results (S.L. Rotary Club address)
1938 December 13
Romney, Dick: Dinner address at Hotel Utah
1943 September 9
Roosevelt' s Death, comments on
1916-1944
Rural Life Problem (Timpanogos Club) - also titled: Some Aspects of the Rural Life Problem
1928 May 23
Sanborn, Jeremiah W.: Memorial Services
1933 April 4
Scabbard and Blade article
1933 March 16
School of Philosophy, notes on (Utah School for Extension Workers)
1938 January 17-20
Scribble article
1941 March 28
Semi-Centennial address
1938 March 8
Semi-Centennial Ceremonies (President's Address)
1938 June 5
Semi-Centennial Year
1916-1944
Small Farm (Convention of Western Farm Economics Association at Reno, Nevada)
1937 June 26
Social Development in the Fifth District (Dist. Conference, Rotary Club at Ogden)
1932 May 13
Social Work, Institute of; address at
1930 October 26
Soil Physics
1916-1944
Solution of Uintah Basin Agricultural Problems
1933 October 5
Some Economic Developments in Europe (Wool Growers)
1937 January 14
Some Rural Health Problems
1916-1944
Spirit of Democracy
1916-1944
State Committees of All Political Parties and to the Citizens of Utah (Address to)
1916-1944
State Realtors, Ogden Address
1923 April 8
Statement for Board Minutes
1942 January 14
Statement on Curriculum at U.S.A.C.
1916-1944
Statement to the Faculty
1944 September 20
Statement to the Governor's Committee Investigating the U.S.A.C. and U of U
1916-1944
Statement to the Legislature
1916-1944
Statement to the Legislature
1925
Statement to the Legislature
1933 February 8
Statement to the Legislature
1939 January 27
Statement to the Legislature
1937 February 12
Statement to the Legislature
1939 January 30
Stephens, Frank B.; Memorial Service
1916-1944
Stephens, Lunette; Memorial Service
1945 March 10
Student Blue Book article
1940 July 5
Student Directory article
1943 November 15
Student Directory article
1944
Student Handbook article
1939 July 22
Student Life articles
1916-1944
Student Life article
1921 May 20
Student Life article
1921 June 3
Student Life article
1921 September 16
Student Life article
1922
Student Life article
1923 April 18
Student Life article
1923 December 5
Student Life article
1925 February 10
Student Life article
1925 April 9
Student Life article
1925 May 7
Student Life article
1925 June 15
Student Life article
1925 June 23
Student Life article
1926 April 16
Student Life article
1929 July 2
Student Life article
1929 July 11
Student Life article
1929 October 30
Student Life article
1929 November 25
Student Life article
1931 September 30
Student Life article
1930 October 8
Student Life article
1931 December 16
Student Life article
1932 October 4
Student Life article
1936 October 22
Student Life article
1936 December 8
Student Life article
1936 December
Student Life article
1938 August 26
Student Life article
1939 January
Student Life article
1940
Student Life article
1940 August 26
Student Life article
1940 November 20
Student Life article
1942 August
Student Life article
1943 January 13
Student Life article
1945 May 31
Student Life and Press article
1920 March 29
Success of the S.A.T.C. at the U.A.C.
1916-1944
Sugar Beet Technologists address at S.L.C. (including notes on)
1942 January 6
Summer Session Students Welcome
1916-1944
Sunday and Feature Section of Tribune article
1933 April
Thoughts on Rural Life-Foundation of Gov't (From Salt Lake Tribune)
1929 February 4
Thoughts on Rural Life-Man and his Book (From Salt Lake Tribune)
1929 July 1
Thoughts on Rural Life-Utah Farm Dollar (From Salt Lake Tribune)
1916-1944
Thoughts on Rural Life-What is Good Citizenship? (From Salt Lake Tribune)
1928 January 28
Tribune, Salt Lake, article
1922 April 10
Tribune, Salt Lake, article
1942 January 21
Tribune, Salt Lake, article
1942 December 17
Tobacco
1916-1944
U.B.I.C. Address at Ft. Duchesne
1938 August 23
Utah (U.S. Railroad Administration)
1916-1944
Utah Agricultural College (also titled: Ideals of the UAC)
1916-1944
Utah and Idaho Livestock States
1916-1944
Utah Bankers Association, Toast at
923 June 15
Utah Farmer article
1922 July 22
Utah Irrigation and Drainage Congress (Extracts from President's address)
1921 January
Utah Poultry Producers' Magazine article
1940 October 29
Utah State
1916-1944
Utah State for Buzzer
1937 April 28
Utah State Association of County Officials at S.L.C.
1944 January 20
Victorious Scandanavia (Deseret News)
1928 November & 1936 December 5
Vocational Education
1920 January 10
Vocational or Occupational Education as a Means of Social Readjustment in a Mechanized Nation and a Changing Order of Employment
1939 April
Vocational Education (State Board Newsletter)
1922 January 23
War After the War (Opening address at Extension Conference at U.S.A.C)
1943 December 6
Western Farm and Home Hour article
[?] January 10
Western Farm and Home Hour article
1932 April 12
Western Phosphate Conference at Pocatello (Opening address)
1939 August 31 - September 2
What is Good Citizenship?
1916-1944
What Must Be Done to Keep Agriculture Sound (Address before Bankers Convention at Ogden)
1920 June
What U.S.A.C. can do to Aid Canners (Address to Committees-Canning Crops Association)
1938 January 1
What We Believe I
1916-1944
What We Believe II
1916-1944
Why the Family
1916-1944
Work of the U.A.C.
1916-1944
World Without Vision (also titled: Without Vision)
1933 January
Xerophthalmia in Danish Children
1916-1944

Miscellaneous Speeches, Articles (Unauthored and Untitled), and Statistical Information collected by E.G. Peterson , 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
141
1: Speeches and Articles #1-25
1916-1944
141
2: Speeches and Articles #1-36
1916-1944
141
3: Speeches and Articles #1-25
1916-1944
141
4: Speeches and Articles #1-40
1916-1944
141
5: Statistical Information (including population and agriculture related information, etc.) #1-23
1916-1944
141
6: Statistical Information (including population and agriculture related information, etc.) #1-31
1916-1944

Associations and Organizations of Interest to the University, 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
142
1: Agricultural Council of Utah
1922-1923
142
2: American Assoc. for the Advancement of Science
1923-1928
142
3: American Assoc. of Agr. Colleges and Experiment Stations
1916-1917
142
4: American Assoc. of University Women
1939-1941
142
5: American Council on Education
1926-1928
142
6: Assoc. of American Universities
1930
142
6a: Assoc.of Land-Grant College; Reports at New Orleans Convention
1921 November 8-10
142
7: Assoc. of Land-Grant Colleges and Universities
1922-1926
142
8: Assoc. of Land-Grant Colleges and Universities
1927-1928
142
9: Assoc. of Land-Grant Colleges and Universities
1929
142
10: Assoc. of Land-Grant Colleges and Universities
1930
142
11: Assoc. of Land-Grant Colleges and Universities
1932-1933
142
12: Assoc. of Land-Grant Colleges and Universities
1935
142
13: Assoc. of Land-Grant Colleges and Universities
1936

Associations and Organizations of Interest to the University, 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
143
1-2: Assoc. of Land-Grant Colleges and Universities
1937
143
3: Assoc. of Land-Grant Colleges and Universities
1938
143
4-5: Assoc. of Land-Grant Colleges and Universities
1939
143
6-8: Assoc. of Land-Grant Colleges and Universities
1940

Associations and Organizations of Interest to the University, 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
144
1-3: Assoc. of Land-Grant Colleges and Universities
1941
144
4-5: Assoc. of Land-Grant Colleges and Universities
1942
144
6-9: Assoc. of Land-Grant Colleges and Universities
1943

Associations and Organizations of Interest to the University, 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
145
1-5: Assoc. of Land-Grant Colleges and Universities
1944
145
6: Assoc. of Land-Grant Colleges and Universities
1945

Associations and Organizations of Interest to the University, 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
146
1: Consolidation of Scientific Bureaus
1921
146
2: Cooperative Ass'n. Oregon Agr. College
1917-1919
146
3: Cooperative Organization-Canadian Farmers
1919-1920
146
4: Committee on Education and Special Training
1919
146
5: National Education Association
1926-1927
146
6: National Youth Administration
1931-1939
146
7: National Youth Administration
1941-1942
146
8: National Youth Administration
1941-1942
146
9: Roosevelt Memorial Committee
1919
146
10: Scouting
1939-1943
146
11: Scouting
1944-1945
146
12: Society of American Bacteriologists
1920
146
13: State Institute of Applied Agriculture on Long Island
1921
146
14: U.S. Veterans Bureau
1924
146
15: Utah State Farm Bureau
1924 and 1941

Buildings and Grounds, 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
147
1: Batt, Charles; Supt. of Heat, Light, and Power
1920-1921
147
2: Batt, Charles; Supt. of Heat, Light, and Power
1922
147
3: Batt, Charles; Supt. of Heat, Light, and Power (includes Ash Conveyor blueprints)
1923-1924
147
4: Batt, Charles; Supt. of Heat, Light, and Power
1925
147
5: Batt, Charles; Supt. of Heat, Light, and Power
1926-1927
147
6: Batt, Charles; Supt. of Heat, Light, and Power
1928-1936
147
7: Hansen, Emil; Supt. of Grounds and Greenhouses
1921-1928
147
8: Larsen, R.O.; Supt. of Buildings
1920
147
9: Larsen, R.O.; Supt. of Buildings
1921
147
10: Larsen, R.O.; Supt. of Buildings
1922
147
11: Larsen, R.O.; Supt. of Buildings
1923

Buildings and Grounds, 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
148
1-2: Larsen, R.O.; Supt. of Buildings
1924
148
3: Larsen, R.O.; Supt. of Buildings
1925
148
4: Larsen, R.O.; Supt. of Buildings
1926
148
5: Larsen, R.O.; Supt. of Buildings
1927
148
6: Larsen, R.O.; Supt. of Buildings
>1927-1928
148
7: Larsen, R.O.; Supt. of Buildings
1930-1931
148
8: Larsen, R.O.; Supt. of Buildings
1932-1935
148
8a: Nelson, Olof
1939
148
9: Parker, Harry C.; Supt. of Construction and Maintenance (also: Buildings and Grounds)
1937-1943
148
10: Dairy blueprints
>1925
148
11: National Defense Training, proposed building needs (includes blueprints)
1941
148
12: Tennis Courts
1941

Agricultural Experiment Station, 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
149
1: Harris, F.S.; Dir. of Experiment Station
1920
149
1a: Peterson, William; Dir. of Experiment Station
1923-1924
149
2: Cardon, P.V.; Director of Experiment Station
1928
149
3: Cardon, P.V.; Director of Experiment Station
1929
149
4: Cardon, P.V.; Director of Experiment Station
1930
149
5: Cardon, P.V.; Director of Experiment Station
1931
149
6: Cardon, P.V.; Director of Experiment Station - (includes blueprint of Exp. Farm in Davis County)
1932
149
7: Cardon, P.V.; Director of Experiment Station
1933
149
8: Cardon, P.V.; Director of Experiment Station
1935
149
9: Nelson, Lowry; Director of Experiment Station
1936
149
10: Nelson, Lowry; Director of Experiment Station
1937
149
11: Applications for Director of Experiment Station - (some photos included)
1937

Agricultural Experiment Station, 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
150
1: Walker, R.H.; Director-Exp. Station and Dean of Agriculture
1938
150
2: Walker, R.H.; Director-Exp. Station and Dean of Agriculture
1939
150
3: Walker, R.H.; Director-Exp. Station and Dean of Agriculture
1940
150
4: Walker, R.H.; Director-Exp. Station and Dean of Agriculture
1942
150
5-6: Walker, R.H.; Director-Exp. Station and Dean of Agriculture
1943
150
7-8: Walker, R.H.; Director-Exp. Station and Dean of Agriculture
1944

Agricultural Experiment Station, 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
151
1: Annual Report
1920-1921
151
2: Bi-annual Report
1921-1922
151
3: Annual Report
1921-1922
151
4: Annual Report
>1922-1923
151
5: Annual Report
1923-1924
151
5a: Annual Report
1925-1926
151
6: Annual Report
1927-1928
151
7: Annual Report
1928-1929
151
8: Annual Report
1929-1930
151
9: Annual Report
1931-1932
151
10: Annual Report
1932-1933
151
11: Annual Report
1934-1935
151
12: Cooperative Projects by Department
1934-1935
151
13: Publications
1934-1935
151
13a: Status of Manuscripts Already Submitted
1934-1935
151
13b: Publications Promised Orally
1934-1935
151
13c: Statement regarding Purnell Project 25 - Underground Water Studies
1934-1935
151
13d: Proposed Publications - Taken from Project Reports
1934-1935
151
14: Experiment Station (Misc. Information - Salary Budget, Mission of, Program of Work)
1916-1944
151
15: Recommendations made by Staff Members in Annual Reports
1934-1935

Agricultural Experiment Station, 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
152
1: Annual Report
1935-1936
152
2: Active Projects by Departments
1935-1936
152
3: Annual Report
1936-1937
152
4: Agricultural Experiment Station
1919
152
5: Agricultural Experiment Station
1935
152
6: Ag. Exp. Station-A Statement to Clarify the Program of the Utah Ag. Exp. Station and to Present its Needs for Additional Financial Support-by R.H. Walker, Director
1916-1944
152
7: Agricultural Advisory Council
1940-1941
152
8: Agricultural Advisory Committee-Stott, C.O. (includes minutes)
1940
152
9-10: Agricultural Advisory Committee-Stott, C.O. (includes minutes)
1941
152
11: Agricultural Advisory Committee-Stott, C.O. (includes minutes)
1942
152
12: Agricultural Advisory Committee-Stott, C.O. (includes minutes)
1943-1944

Extension Service, 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
153
1: Evans, R.J.; Director of Extension Service
1920-1921
153
2: Evans, R.J.; Director of Extension Service
1922
153
3: Evans, R.J.; Director of Extension Service
1923
153
4: Evans, R.J.; Director of Extension Service
1924
153
5: Peterson, William; Dir. of Extension Service
1925
153
6: Peterson, William; Dir. of Extension Service
1926
153
7: Peterson, William; Dir. of Extension Service
1927
153
8: Peterson, William; Dir. of Extension Service
1928
153
9: Peterson, William; Dir. of Extension Service
1929-1930
153
10: Peterson, William; Dir. of Extension Service
1931-1932
153
11: Peterson, William; Dir. of Extension Service
1933-1934
153
12: Peterson, William; Dir. of Extension Service
1935-1936
153
13: Peterson, William; Dir. of Extension Service
1937

Extension Service, 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
154
1: Peterson, William; Dir. of Extension Service
1938-1939
154
2: Peterson, William; Dir. of Extension Service
1940-1941
154
3: Peterson, William; Dir. of Extension Service
1942
154
4: Peterson, William; Dir. of Extension Service
1943
154
5: Owens, W.W.; Dir. Extension Service
1943
154
6: Owens, W.W.; Dir. Extension Service
1945
154
7: Extension Service Miscellaneous Information
1919
154
8: Extension Service Miscellaneous Information
1916-1944
154
9: Extension Circular
1914-1915
154
10: Extension Projects, Old copies
1914-1915
154
11: County Agents' Statement
1924

Extension Service, 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
155
1: Building Program (Misc. Correspondence pertaining to)
1934
155
2: Building Program (submitted proposal)
1934
155
3-4: Extension Service Misc. Correspondence (esp. Western Ag. Colleges Association)
1914
155
5: Extension Service Misc. Correspondence (esp. Western Ag. Colleges Association)
1914-1916
155
6: Extension Service Misc. Correspondence (esp. Western Ag. Colleges Association)
1917
155
7-8: Extension Service (Misc. Correspondence - Ass'n. of Western Land-Grant Colleges)
1915
155
9: Extension Service (Misc. Correspondence - Ass'n. of Western Land-Grant Colleges)
1915-1916

Vacated, 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s): Box 156

Faculty and Departmental, 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
157
1: Abell, T.H.; Asst. Prof. of Horticulture
1922
157
2: Becraft, R.J.; Dept. of Range Management
1920
157
3: Berntsen, R.E.; Purchasing Agent and Manager of Book Store
1922
157
4: Boyle, James E.; Prof. of Rural Economy at Cornell University
1925
157
5: Branson, E.B.; Geology at University of Missouri
1928
157
6: Brown, Almeda P.; Acting Dean of School of Home Economics
1943-1945
157
7: Caine, G.B.; Dairying
1920-1921
157
8: Carroll, W.E.; Animal Husbandry Dept.
1920-1921
157
9: Carroll, W.E.; Animal Husbandry Dept.
1922-1924
157
10: Carroll, W.E.; Dean of Agriculture
1937
157
11: Clayton, Christine B.; Dean of School of Home Economics
1936-1937
157
12: Clayton, Christine B.; Dean of School of Home Economics
1940-1941
157
13: Clayton, Christine B.; Dean of School of Home Economics
1942-1943
157
14: Clyde, George D.; Dean of School of Engineering (Power Plant Report)
1935 December 26
157
15: Clyde, George D.; Dean of School of Engineering
1936
157
16: Clyde, George D.; Dean of School of Engineering (includes blueprint Outside Plant Work)
1937

Faculty and Departmental, 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
158
1: Clyde, George D.; Dean of School of Engineering
1939
158
2-3: Clyde, George D.; Dean of School of Engineering - (includes Floor Plan of Industry and Trades Building)
1941
158
4-6: Clyde, George D.; Dean of School of Engineering
1942
158
7-8: Clyde, George D.; Dean of School of Engineering
1943
158
9: Clyde, George D.; Dean of School of Engineering
1943-1944

Faculty and Departmental, 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
159
1: Cowles, Henry C.; Botany at University of Chicago
1927
159
2: Dancy, Charlotte E.; Dean of Women
1924-1925
159
3: Davies, David; Librarian
1941-1943
159
4: Dozier, Carrie C.; Dean of School of Home Economics
1924-1925
159
5: Dozier, Carrie C.; Dean of School of Home Economics
1926-1927
159
6: Dunn, Paul M.; Dean of School of Forestry
1937
159
7: Dunn, Paul M.; Dean of School of Forestry
1938-1941
159
8: Eaton, Walter P.; Massachusetts Lecturer
1927
159
9: Evans, R.J.; Director of Extension Service
1921
159
10: Evans, R.J.; Director of Extension Service
1922
159
11: Evans, R.J.; Director of Extension Service
1923
159
12: Farrell, F.D.; Kansas Ag. College Lecturer
1928
159
13: Fletcher, Calvin
1920
159
14: Griggs, E.H.; Croton-on-Hudson, N.Y. Lecturer
1928
159
15: Hansen, Emil; Grounds and Greenhouses
1920-1923
159
16: Harris, F.S.; Director of Extension Service
1920-1921
159
17: Hart, Frank W.; Education at Univ. of Calif.
1927-1928
159
18: Hawley, Ira M.; Entomologist
1921
159
19: Hendricks, George B.; Professor of Economics
1920

Faculty and Departmental, 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
160
1: Hill, G.R.; Dean of School of Agriculture
1920-1921
160
2: Hill, G.R.; Dean of School of Agriculture
1922
160
3: Hill, G.R.; Dean of School of Agriculture
1923
160
4: Hill, G.R.; Dean of School of Agriculture
1924-1925
160
5: Hill, R.L.; Prof. of Chemistry
1920-1921
160
6: Hinman, M.W.; Physical Education, N.Y.C.
1927
160
7: Hogenson, J.C.
1920
160
8: Hurst, Hugh; County Agricultural Agent
1920
160
9: Ikeler, Kenneth C.; Dean, School of Agriculture
1926
160
10-11: Ikeler, Kenneth C.; Dean, School of Agriculture
1927
160
12: Ikeler, Kenneth C.; Dean, School of Agriculture
1928
160
13: Israelsen, O.W.; Irrigation and Drainage Dept. (including proposed Drainage Blueprint)
1920-1923

Faculty and Departmental, 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
161
1: Jacobsen, E.A.; Dean, School of Education
1938-1941
161
2: Jacobsen, E.A.; Dean, School of Education
1943-1944
161
3: Jensen, J.R.; Student Affairs Committee
1920
161
4: Johnson, C.R.; Vocal Music
1920
161
5: King, G.E.
1920
161
6: Kirkpatrick, L.H.; Librarian
1937
161
7: Kirkpatrick, L.H.; Librarian
1939
161
8: Kirkpatrick, L.H.; Librarian
1941
161
9: Lindsay, Clyde W.
1921-1923
161
10: Linford, J.H.
1920-1922
161
11: Linford, J.H.
1926 and 1930
161
12: McCollum, E.V.; Nutrition at Johns Hopkins Univ.
1927-1928
161
13: Maeser, Sherwin
1921
161
14: Maynard, E.J.; Dean, School of Agriculture
1932-1933
161
15: Maynard, E.J.; Dean, School of Agriculture
1934
161
16: Maynard, E.J.; Dean, School of Agriculture
1936
161
17: Merrill, Milton R.
1937
161
18: Nelson, Peter; Farm Supt.
1920-1921
161
19: Newey, Aaron
1920

Faculty and Departmental, 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
162
1: Owens, W.W.; Extension Division
1920-1921
162
2: Pack, H.J.
1920
162
3: Pedersen, N.A.; Dean, School of Arts and Sciences
1920 and 1945
162
4: Peterson, Henry; Head of Dept. of Education
1922-1923
162
5: Peterson, Henry; Head of Dept. of Education
1924-1925
162
6: Peterson, Henry; Head of Dept. of Education
1926
162
7: Peterson, P.E.; Dept. of Business Practice
1920-1926
162
8: Peterson, William; Dir. of Experiment Station and Extension Division
1920-1922
162
9: Peterson, William; Dir. of Experiment Station and Extension Division
1923
162
10: Peterson, William; Dir. of Experiment Station and Extension Division (including Proposed Budget for Experiment Station for Fiscal Year)
1928 July 1
162
11: Powell, A.H.
1920
162
12: Powell, J.S.
1920
162
13: Robinson, D.E.; In Charge of Dept. of Information Service
1920-1923
162
14: Romney, E.L.; Coach and Director of Athletics
1926-1928
162
15: Saxer, A.H.; Dean, School of Basic Arts and Sciences
1920 and 1926-1928
162
16: Sorenson, A.N.; Asst. Prof. of English
1926
162
17: Stewart, George
1920
162
18: Swenson, D.A.
1920

Faculty and Departmental, 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
163
1: Taylor, T.G.; Prof. of Forestry
1933-1934
163
2: Thain, M.A.
1935
163
3: Thomas, E.D.; United States Senate
1933-1934
163
4: Thomas, George; President of University of Utah
1932-1934
163
5: Thomas, W.P.; Head of Dept. of Agricultural Economics
1934
163
6: Thompson, Earl
1920
163
7: Tigart, Jno. J.; President, Univ. of Florida
1934
163
8: Tingey, V.H.; Chairman of F.E.R.A. Student Fund
1934
163
9: Tueller, L.E.
1934
163
10: Turner, L.M.; Dean, School of Forestry
1943
163
11-12: Turner, L.M.; Dean, School of Forestry
1944
163
13: Turner, L.M.; Dean, School of Forestry
1945
163
14: Wallin, Z.B.
1920
163
15: Wanlass, W.L.; Dean of Commerce and Business Administration
1923-1924
163
16: Wanlass, W.L.; Dean of Commerce and Business Administration
1926-1928
163
17: Wanlass, W.L.; Dean of Commerce and Business Administration
1930-1934
163
18: Wanlass, W.L.; Dean of Commerce and Business Administration
1937-1939
163
19: Wanlass, W.L.; Dean of Commerce and Business Administration
1941-1945

Faculty and Departmental, 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
164
1: West, F.L.; Dean of Faculty
1920-1925
164
2: West, F.L.; Dean of Faculty
1926-1928
164
3: West, F.L.; Dean of Faculty
1931-1934
164
4: West, Ray B.; Dean, School of A.E. and M.A.
1920
164
5: West, Ray B.; Dean, School of A.E. and M.A.
1921
164
6: West, Ray B.; Dean, School of A.E. and M.A.
1922
164
7: West, Ray B.; Dean, School of A.E. and M.A.
1923
164
8: West, Ray B.; Dean, School of A.E. and M.A.
1924-1925
164
9: West, Ray B.; Dean, School of A.E. and M.A.
1926-1928
164
10: West, Ray B.; Dean, School of A.E. and M.A.
1931-1932
164
11: West, Ray B.; Dean, School of A.E. and M.A.
1933-1934
164
12: Whitacre, Jessie; Dean, School of Home Economics
1921-1923

Faculty and Departmental, 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
165
1: Applications (Miscellaneous Faculty and Departmental)
1922-1923
165
2: Circular Letters, etc.
1916-1917
165
3: Circular Letters, etc.
1921
165
4: Circular Letters, etc.
1922
165
5: Circular Letters, etc.
1923
165
6: Circular Letters, etc.
1924-1925
165
7: Faculty Annual Budget
1925-1926
165
8: Faculty League Loan Fund
1925-1926
165
9: Faculty Letters and Notices
1920-1921
165
10: Faulty Questionnaire
1919
165
10a: Faculty Salaries
1922-1923
165
10b: Faculty Rules and Regulations
1916-1944
165
11: Memorandums
1920-1923
165
12: Teaching Loads
1933-1934
165
13: Agronomy Department, Head
1930
165
14: Animal Husbandry, regarding the position of Dean
1930
165
15: Animal Husbandry (includes sketches of Building Plans)
1936-1940
165
16: Animal Industry
1936
165
17: Biology, Teachers of (mailing list)
1916-1944
165
18: Biological Science (correspondence with other Universities)
1928

Faculty and Departmental, 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
166
1: Botany and Biology
1927
166
2: Education (includes Report of the Committee to Analyze Requirements for Graduation)
1936
166
3: Foods and Dietetics
1923
166
4: Forestry
1935-1940
166
5: Forestry, Range, and Wildlife Management (includes Education for Management of Utah's Non-Urban and Non-Agricultural Land)
1944
166
6-7: Geology
1927
166
8: Home Economics Department
1919
166
9: Home Economics, Dean
1930-1931
166
10: Irrigation Department; George D.Clyde
1924
166
11: Library (includes development plan for the Library)
1936
166
12: Library Building
1929-1931
166
13: National Defense Courses offered at U.S.A.C.
1941
166
14: Requests for Trips by Department Heads
1928
166
15-16: Zoology and Entomology
1927

Board of Trustees, 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
167
1: Ivins, A.W.; President-Board of Trustees
1921-1924
167
2: Ivins, A.W.; President-Board of Trustees
1925-1927
167
3: Ivins, A.W.; President-Board of Trustees
>1928-1932
167
4: Ivins, A.W.; President-Board of Trustees
1933-1934
167
5: Champ, F.P.; Chairman-Board of Trustees
1932-1933
167
6-7: Champ, F.P.; Chairman-Board of Trustees
1935
167
8: Champ, F.P.; Chairman-Board of Trustees
1936
167
9-10: Champ, F.P.; Chairman-Board of Trustees
1937

Board of Trustees, 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
168
1-4: Champ, F.P.; Chairman-Board of Trustees
1938
168
5-8: Champ, F.P.; Chairman-Board of Trustees
1939
168
9-10: Champ, F.P.; Chairman-Board of Trustees
1940

Board of Trustees, 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
169
1-2: Champ, F.P.; Chairman-Board of Trustees
1941
169
3: Stohl, Lorenzo; President-Board of Trustees
1916-1917
169
4: Board of Trustees (includes abridged minutes)
1921-1922
169
5: Board of Trustees (includes abridged minutes)
1923
169
6: Board of Trustees (includes abridged minutes)
1924-1926
169
7: Board of Trustees (includes abridged minutes)
1927
169
8: Board of Trustees (includes abridged minutes)
1928-1929
169
9: Board of Trustees (includes abridged minutes)
1930-1931
169
10: Board of Trustees (includes abridged minutes)
1932-1933
169
11: Board of Trustees (includes abridged minutes)
1935
169
12: Board of Trustees (includes abridged minutes)
1936
169
13: Board of Trustees (includes abridged minutes)
1937

Board of Trustees, 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
170
1: Board of Trustees (includes abridged minutes)
1938
170
2: Board of Trustees (includes abridged minutes)
1939
170
3: Board of Trustees (includes abridged minutes)
1940
170
4: Board of Trustees (includes abridged minutes)
1941
170
5: Executive Committee-Board of Trustees
1920-1921
170
6: Board Items
1930
170
7: Board Items
1937-1939
170
8: Board Items
1941-1942
170
9-10: Board Items
1943
170
11: Board Items
1944
170
12: Board Items (includes budget material 1926-28)
1945

Branch Institutions, 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
171
1: Cardon, P.V.; Director-B.A.C.
1921
171
2: Homer, Roy F.; Principal-B.A.C.
1916-1944
171
3: Maughan, J. Howard; Director-B.A.C.
1922
171
4: Maughan, J. Howard; Director-B.A.C.
1924-1925
171
5: Maughan, J. Howard; Director-B.A.C.
1926
171
6: Maughan, J. Howard; Director-B.A.C.
1927
171
7-8: Maughan, J. Howard; Director-B.A.C.
1928
171
9: Maughan, J. Howard; Director-B.A.C.
1930
171
10: Oberhansley, Henry; Director-B.A.C.
1930
171
11: Oberhansley, Henry; Director-B.A.C.
1931-1935
171
12: Oberhansley, Henry; Director-B.A.C.
1936-1937
171
13: Oberhansley, Henry; Director-B.A.C.
1938-1941
171
14: Oberhansley, Henry; Director-B.A.C.
1943
171
15: Oberhansley, Henry; Director-B.A.C.
1944
171
16: Snow College
1939

Budget Business, Secretary-Treasurer, 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
172
1: Coburn, John L. - Secretary
1916-1917
172
2-4: Coburn, John L. - Secretary
1919
172
5: Coburn, John L. - Secretary
1920
172
6: Coburn, John L. - Secretary
1920
172
7-10: Coburn, John L. - Secretary
1921

Budget Business, Secretary-Treasurer, 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
173
1-6: Coburn, John L - Secretary
1922
173
7-10: Coburn, John L - Secretary
1923
173
11-12: Coburn, John L - Secretary
1924

Budget Business, 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
174
1: Bernston, R.E. - Executive Secretary
1922-1923
174
2-4: Bernston, R.E. - Executive Secretary
1924
174
5-7: Bernston, R.E. - Executive Secretary
1925
174
8-9: Bernston, R.E. - Executive Secretary
1926
174
10-12: Bernston, R.E. - Executive Secretary
1927
174
13: Bernston, R.E. - Executive Secretary
1928
174
14: Bernston, R.E. - Executive Secretary
1929

Budgets, etc., 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
175
1-2: Bernston, R.E. - Secretary Treasurer
1930
175
3: Bernston, R.E. - Secretary Treasurer
1931
175
4: Bernston, R.E. - Secretary Treasurer
1932
175
5: Bernston, R.E. - Secretary Treasurer
1933
175
6-7: Bernston, R.E. - Secretary Treasurer
1935
175
8: Bernston, R.E. - Secretary Treasurer
1936
175
9-10: Bernston, R.E. - Secretary Treasurer
1937
175
11-12: Bernston, R.E. - Secretary Treasurer
1938

Budgets, etc., 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
176
1-2: Bernston, R.E - Executive Secretary
1939
176
3: Bernston, R.E - Executive Secretary
1940
176
4: Bernston, R.E - Executive Secretary (Includes suggested plan for radio studios)
1941
176
5: Bernston, R.E - Executive Secretary
1942
176
6: Bernston, R.E - Executive Secretary
1943
176
7: Bernston, R.E - Executive Secretary
1943
176
8: Bernston, R.E - Executive Secretary
1944
176
9: Bernston, R.E - Executive Secretary
1945

Budgets, etc., 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
177
1: Departmental needs and requests for the Biennium
1919-1920
177
2: Departmental needs and requests for the Biennium
1921-1922
177
3: Departmental needs and requests for the Biennium
1932
177
4: Departmental needs and requests for the Biennium
1938
177
5: Departmental needs and requests for the Biennium
1928
177
6: Departmental needs and requests for the Biennium
1929
177
7: Departmental needs and requests for the Biennium
1916-1917
177
8-10: Departmental needs and requests for the Biennium
1936
177
11-12: Departmental needs and requests for the Biennium
1924
177
13: Departmental needs and requests for the Biennium
1944
177
14: Departmental needs and requests for the Biennium
1923-1924

Budgets, etc., 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
178
1: Budget Bill
1922-1925
178
2: Budget Estimates
1925
178
3: Budget Estimates
1929
178
4: Circular Letters
1922
178
5: Departmental Estimates
1918
178
6: Departmental Estimates
1921-1922
178
7: Departmental Estimates
1923-1924
178
8: Departmental Estimates
1924-1925
178
9: Departmental allowances as requested by Department Heads
1916-1944
178
10: Salary List
1928
178
11: Statistical Data
1925-1926
178
12: Student Fees
1920-1921
178
13: Telegrams
1923-1924
178
14: Miscellaneous
1924-1925

Military Science and Tactics, 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
179
1: Federal Armories
1934
179
2: McGrath, James, sgt.
1921
179
3: Military Department
1920
179
4: Military Science and Tactics
1919-1920
179
5: Military Science and Tactics
1921
179
6-7: Military Science and Tactics
1922
179
8: Military Science and Tactics
1923
179
9: Military Science and Tactics
1924
179
10: Military Science and Tactics
1926
179
11: Military Science and Tactics
1927
179
12: Military Science and Tactics
1928-1929
179
13: Military Science and Tactics
1930-1931
179
14: Military Science and Tactics
1933-1937
179
15: ROTC
1919
179
16: ROTC
1920
179
17: ROTC Memorana
1921
179
18: War Department
1920

Railroads, 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
180
1: Denver and Rio Grande
1916-1917
180
2: Ogden, Logan and Idaho Railway Co.
1916-1917
180
3: Oregon Shortline Railroad Co.
1916-1917
180
4: Salt Lake Route (Los Angeles and Salt Lake Railroad Co.)
1916-1917
180
5: Union Pacific Scholarships
1927-1931
180
6: Union Pacific Scholarships
1932-1933
180
7: Union Pacific Scholarships
1935-1936
180
8: Union Pacific Scholarships
1937-1938
180
9: Union Pacific Scholarships
1939-1940
180
10: Union Pacific Scholarships
1941-1944

Registration and Registrar, 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
181
1: Robinson, D.E. - Registrar
1925
181
2: Robinson, D.E. - Registrar
1926
181
3: Robinson, D.E. - Registrar
1927
181
4: Entrance Fee Exemptions
1922-1923
181
5-6: Entrance Fee Exemptions
1924
181
7: Entrance Fee Exemptions
1926
181
8: Entrance Fee Exemptions
1928
181
9: Entrance Fee Exemptions
1935-1936
181
10: Report on information obtained by visit to Registrar's Office by W.H. Bell
1926
181
11: Bell, W.H., Registrar
1927-1930
181
12: Bell, W.H., Registrar
1930-1933

Registration and Registrar (includes registration statistics), 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
182
1: Bell, W.H., Registrar
1934-1936
182
2: Bell, W.H., Registrar
1937-1940
182
3: Bell, W.H., Registrar
1941-1945
182
4-6: Correspondence Study Registration
1915-1916
182
7-8: Correspondence Study Registration
1917
182
9: Correspondence Study Registration
1918

Student Affairs, 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
183
1: Board and Room Information
1921
183
2: Circular Letters
1916 and 1919
183
3: Dormitory
1921 and 1924
183
4-5: Employment
1916
183
6: Employment
1917
183
7: Employment
1922-1923
183
8: Employment
1924
183
9: Employment
1925
183
10: Glee Club
1922-1923
183
11-12: Graduate Employment
1916
183
13: Graduate Employment
1917

Student Affairs, 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
184
1: Montgomery Ward Scholarships
1937-1938
184
1a: Mother and Fathers' Day
1931-1932
184
2: Rhodes Scholarships
1920-1922
184
3: Sororities
1934-1935
184
4: Women's Pan-Hellenic Council
1933
184
5: YMCA
1920

Commencement Materials, 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
185
1: Miscellaneous materials
1920-1953
185
2: Invitations
1923
185
3: Invitations
1928
185
4: Miscellaneous materials
1936-1943
185
5: Miscellaneous materials
1944-1945

Athletics, 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
186
1: Romney, E.L. - Athletic Director
1920-1923
186
2: Romney, E.L. - Athletic Director
1924-1925
186
3: Romney, E.L. - Athletic Director
1926-1927
186
4-5: Romney, E.L. - Athletic Director
1930
186
6: Romney, E.L. - Athletic Director
1931-1932
186
7: Romney, E.L. - Athletic Director
1933-1938
186
8: Romney, E.L. - Athletic Director
1941
186
9: Romney, E.L. - Athletic Director
1942
186
10: Romney, E.L. - Athletic Director
1942
186
11: Romney, E.L. - Athletic Director
1943
186
12: Romney, E.L. - Athletic Director
1944-1945
186
13: Thanksgiving Day Game
1929

National Summer School, 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
187
1: Miscellaneous Summer School materials
1924
187
2: Charles Eliot, Harvard University, correspondence
1924
187
3: John Adams
1922-1924
187
4: W.G. Anderson
1922-1924
187
5: Emmett D. Angell
1922-1924
187
6: W.C. Allee
1922-1924
187
7: Liberty Hyde Bailey
1922-1924
187
8: Eliot Blackwelder
1922-1924
187
9: E.C. Branson
1922-1924
187
10: W.H. Carruth
1922-1924
187
11: Henry C. Cowles
1922-1924
187
12: Raymond Franzen
1922-1924
187
13: Davis Starr Jordan
1922-1924
187
14: Frederick Merk
1922-1924
187
15: R.S. Knappen
1922-1924
187
16: Shailer Matthews
1922-1924
187
17: R.C. McLain
1922-1924
187
18: E.V. McCollum
1922-1924
187
19: Elga M. Shearer
1922-1924
187
20: E.L. Thorndike
1922-1924
187
21: Frederick J. Turnwer
1922-1924
187
22: Edward A. Steiner
1922-1924
187
23: Thomas D. Wood
1922-1924
187
24: E.A. Winship
1922-1924
187
25: J.H. Linford
1922-1924

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Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
188
1: Faculty Suggestions
1924-1926
188
2: J.H. Linford
1924-1926
188
3: Employment
1924-1926
188
4: W.C. Allee
1924-1926
188
5: T.N. Carver
1924-1926
188
6: Henry C. Cowles
1924-1926
188
7: Peter C. DyKema
1924-1926
188
8: Raymond Franzen
1924-1926
188
9: Edna Giester
1924-1926
188
10: Edward Howard Griggs
1924-1926
188
11: Mary Wook Hinman
1924-1926
188
12: George D. Louderback
1924-1926
188
13: William H. Kilpatrick
1924-1926
188
14: R.B. Kester
1924-1926
188
15: Shailer Mathews
1924-1926
188
16: E.V. McCollum
1924-1926
188
17: Lawrence E. Palmer
1924-1926
188
18: Charles A. Ellwood
1924-1926
188
19: Elga M. Shearer
1924-1926
188
20: M.J. Risenau
1924-1926
188
21: G.G. Sedgewick
1924-1926
188
22: Edward A. Steiner
1924-1926
188
23: Frederick J. Turner
1924-1926
188
24: Mabel Wilkerson
1924-1926
188
25: Letters to principals and superintendents
1924-1926
188
26: Suggestions and accolades for Summer School
1924
188
27: Miscellaneous faculty materials
1924-1925

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Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
189
1: Summer School Advertising
1924-1928
189
2: Summer School, miscellaneous
1927
189
3: Summer School, A-B
1927
189
4: Summer School, C-D
1927
189
5: Summer School, E-F
1927
189
6: Summer School, G-J
1927
189
7: Summer School, K-M
1927
189
8: Summer School, N-P
1927
189
9: Summer School, Q-S
1927
189
10: Summer School, T-Z
1927
189
11: Summer School, miscellaneous
1924-1928
189
12: School correspondence
1926
189
13: Elmer B. Bryan
1927
189
14: Shailer Mathews
1927
189
15: Lewis M. Terman
1926
189
16: Edward Howard Griggs
1926
189
17: A.G. McLaughlin
1926
189
18: E.L. Palmer and Mrs. E.L. Palmer
1926
189
19: Mary Wood Hinman
1926
189
20: James G. Needham
1926
189
21: John A. Widtsoe
1926
189
22: E.A. Ross
1926
189
23: Charles F. Smith
1926
189
24: R.A. Millikan
1926
189
25: J.H. McCurdy
1926
189
26: E.V. McCollum
1926
189
27: Louise C. Mossman
1926

National Summer School, 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
190
1: J.H. Linford
1926-1932
190
2: Dr. B.H. Hibbard
1926-1932
190
3: Joseph Peterson
1926-1932
190
4: A.C. McLaughlin
1926-1932
190
5: Anne Carroll Moore
1926-1932
190
6: Summer School, miscellaneous
1926
190
7: Summer School, A-J
1927
190
8: Summer School, K-Z
1927
190
9: Summer School, A-J
1928
190
10: Summer School, K-Z
1928
190
11: Summer School, A-J
1929
190
12: Summer School, K-Z
1929
190
13: Summer School, A-J
1930
190
14: Summer School, K-Z
1930
190
15: E.G. Petersen on Summer School
1920-1929

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Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
191
1: Summer School, A-J
1931
191
2: Summer School, K-Z
1931
191
3: Summer School, A-J
1933
191
4: Summer School, K-Z
1933
191
5: Summer School
1934
191
6: Summer School, A-J
1935
191
7: Summer School, K-Z
1935
191
8: Summer School
1936
191
9: Summer School, miscellaneous
1924-

Federal Agencies and Employees, 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
192
l: U.S. Civil Service
1916-1919
192
2: U.S. Department of War
1916-1919
192
3: U.S. Commission on Education
1916-1919
192
4: U.S. Department of Interior
1916-1919
192
5: U.S. Department of Agriculture
1916-1919
192
6: U.S. Boys Working Reserve
1916-1919
192
7: U.S. Board for Vocational Education
1916-1919
192
8: U.S. Veterans' Bureau
1920-1923
192
9: U.S. Department of Interior
1920-1923
192
10: USDA Bureau of Markets
1920-1923
192
11: Federal Board
1920-1923
192
12: U.S. Department of Agriculture
1920-1923
192
13: Federal Board for Vocational Education
1920-1923
192
l4: Civil Service Commission
1920-1923
192
15: Milton H. Welling
1920-1923

Federal Agencies, Officials, and Representatives, 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
193
1: Utah State Building Commission
1936-1938
193
2: C.H. Skidmore, Superintendent of Public Instruction
1936-1938
193
3: Legislative material
1936-1938
193
4: Governor Henry H. Blood
1936

State Agencies, Officials, and Representatives, 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
194
1: Legislative materials
See Also: Salt Lake Tribune January 19, 1939
1938-1941
194
2: Legislative materials
1938-1941
194
3: Governor Henry H. Blood
1938-1941
194
4: Governor Henry H. Blood
1938-1941
194
5: C.H. Skidmore
See Also: Salt Lake Tribune January 3,5, 1941 and November 6-7, 1940
1938-1941
194
6: Utah State Building Commission
1938-1941

State Agencies, Officials, and Representatives, 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
195
1-3: Herbert B. Maw
1941-1945
195
4: Charles H. Skidmore
1941-1945
195
5: Legislative material
See Also: Salt Lake Tribune March 14, 1943 - February 24, 1943 - January 19, 21-23, 25-26, 1943
1941-1945
195
6: Utah State Building Commission
1941-1945
195
7: Department of Publicity and Industrial Development
1941-1945
195
8: E. Allen Bateman
1941-1945

State Agencies, Officials, and Representatives, 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
196
1: Secretary of State, Harden Bennion
1916-1920
196
2: State Department of Public Instruction
1916-1920
196
3: George T. Odell
1916-1920
196
4: L.J. Muir
1916-1920
196
5: Charles R. Mabey
1916-1920
196
6: Rena B. Maycock
1916-1920
196
7: State Legislature
1916-1920
196
8: S - General
1916-1920
196
9: State Director of Vocational Education
1916-1920
196
10: Simon Bamberger
1916-1920
196
11: George N. Child
1916-1920
196
12: District Superintendents
1916-1920
196
13: State Council of Defense
1916-1920
196
14: Senator Sutherland
1916-1920
196
15: Senator Smart
1916-1920
196
16: Senator William King
1916-1920
196
17: Representative Joseph Howell
1916-1920

State Agencies, Officials, and Representatives, 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
197
1: Governor Charles R. Mabey
1921-1923
197
2: C.N. Jensen
1921-1923
197
3: A.W. Ivins
1921-1923
197
4: Utah State Farm Bureau
1921-1923
197
5: F.B. Stephens
1921-1923
197
6: J.H. Glenn
1921-1923
197
7: H.E. Crockett
1921-1923
197
8: Frank B. Stephens
1921-1923
197
9: William Bailey
1921-1923
197
10: A.A. Hinckley
>1921-1923
197
11: W.S. Hansen
1921-1923
197
12: C.P. Cardon
1921-1923
197
13: Utah State Board of Governors
1921-1923
197
14: George Thomas
>1921-1923
197
15: Utah State Board of Education
1921-1923
197
16: Harden Bennion
1921-1923
197
17: Simon Bamberger
1921-1923

State Agencies, Officials, and Representatives, 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
198
1-2: C.H. Skidmore
1932-1934
198
3: Utah State Building Commission
1932-1934
198
4: Legislative material
1932-1934
198
5: Henry H. Blood
1932-1934
198
6: C.N. Jensen
1932-1934
198
7: George H. Dern
1932-1934

State Agencies, Officials, and Representatives, 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
199
1: State Building Commission
1928-1930
199
2: State Building Commission
1928-1930
199
3: State Building Commission
1928-1930
199
4: State Building Commission
1928-1930
199
5: George H. Dern
1928-1930
199
6: State Auditors Office
1928-1930
199
7: State Auditors Office
1928-1930
199
8: C.N. Jensen
1928-1930
199
9: C.N. Jensen
1928-1930
199
10: Utah State Farm Bureau
1928-1930

State Agencies, Officials, and Representatives, 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
200
1: Legislature
1931
200
2: Legislature
1927
200
3: Legislature
See Also: Salt Lake Tribune December 14, 1930 - Deseret News February 2, 1931 - Student Life January 23, 1931
1931
200
4: Visit of Legislature
1929
200
5: Visit of Legislature
1929
200
6: Legislative Bills
1929-1930
200
7: Utah State Building Commission
1931
200
8: C.N. Jensen
1931
200
9: George H. Dern
1931

State Agencies, Officials, and Representatives, 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
201
1: Utah State Farm Bureau
1923-1927
201
2: H.E. Crockett
1923-1927
201
3: William Bailey
1923-1927
201
4: J.H. Glenn
1923-1927
201
5: Charles R. Mabey
1923-1927
201
6-9: C.N. Jensen
1923-1927

State Agencies, Officials, and Representatives, 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
202
1-2: Utah State Building Commission
1936
202
3-4: C.H. Skidmore
1936
202
5: Henry H. Blood
1934-1936
202
6: Legislative material
1934-1936

World War I and Subjects Related, 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
203
1-3: College Council of Defense
1917
203
4: League to Enforce Peace
1917
203
5: Food Conservation
1917
203
6: Women's Division on War Work
1917
203
7: Miscellaneous
1917

World War II , 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
204
1: Laramie meeting, Post War Education
1941-1943
204
2: Rehabilitation Program
1941-1943
204
3: Federal Security Agency
1941-1943
204
4: Naval Radio Training
1941-1943
204
5: Man Power Commission
1941-1943
204
6: Air Forces Training Program
See Also: 318th Air Scoop College publication, in separate folder
1941-1943
204
7: War Relocation Authority
1941-1943
204
8: Miscellaneous
1941-1943
204
9: Federal Security Agency
1941-1943
204
10: Airforce Training Program, publications
1941-1943
204
11: Post-War Educational Opportunities, Ex-Service Personnel
1941-1943

World War II , 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
205
1: War Department
See Also: Camp Roberts Dispatch in separate folder
>1943
205
2: Arden Frandsen
1943
205
3: War Casualties
See Also: Deseret News May 30, 1944 - April 8, 1944 - March 4,11, 1944 Salt Lake Tribune March 2,4, 1944 The Cache American February 29, 1944
1943
205
4: Veterans' Administration
1943
205
5: Post-War Administration
1943
205
6: Post-War Building Program Data
1943

Invitations and Announcements from Universities and Institutions, 1916-1944Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box
206
1-3: Miscellaneous
1925-1935