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Collection Title:Davis Bitton oral histories and autobiographies
Repository:University of Utah Libraries, Special Collections
Summary:The Davis Bitton oral histories and autobiographies (1966-2005) are a collection of transcripts of oral histories conducted as an assignment for History 110 at the University of Utah. The interviews cover a wide range of Utah history, politics, government, and every day life. Bitton taught history at the University of Utah from 1966 to 1995.
 
Collection Title:Brigham Young University oral history projects
Repository:University of Utah Libraries, Special Collections
Summary:The Brigham Young University oral history projects consists of transcripts of tapes of oral history interviews with eighty-two persons conducted as part of a series of projects by the Charles Redd Center for Western Studies at Brigham Young University. Project topics include the Bamberger Railroad, BYU history, Charles Redd, the Interstate Brick Company, Labor in Utah, LDS chaplains, Polygamy, the Posey War, Provo City history, the San Rafael Swell, the Simpson Springs pony express station, and southeastern Utah.Interviews were conducted by various students and faculty at Brigham Young University.
 
Collection Title:Everett L. Cooley oral history project
Repository:University of Utah Libraries, Special Collections
Summary:The Everett L. Cooley oral history project is an ongoing oral history program designed to document the history of Utah with an emphasis on the interaction between the University of Utah and the local and regional communities.
 
Collection Title:Hope A. Hilton papers
Repository:University of Utah Libraries, Special Collections
Summary:The Hope A. Hilton papers (1815-1999) contain diaries, correspondence, research files, family histories and genealogy, news clippings, and manuscripts. Hope Hilton (1924-1999) was a writer and community activist who, along with her husband, organized the Middle East Foundation, a charitable organization devoted to helping students from the middle east obtain an education in the United States.
 
Collection Title:Italian oral history project
Repository:University of Utah Libraries, Special Collections
Summary:During the 1970s, the American West Center conducted interviews with ethnic minority Utah residents in an attempt to find out more about their life and experiences in America and Utah. The interviews contained in the Italian Oral Histories were conducted between 1971 and 1979. Events recalled by the interviewees span the period of time from the late 1800s to 1979. Topics covered include family life, early life in Italy, immigration, ethnic ceremonies and customs, social activities, work in the mines and railroads, relations with other ethnic groups, and achieving American citizenship. Most interviews were conducted by Phil Notarianni. Other interviewers include Floyd O'Neil, Kent Powell, Helen Papanikolas, and Mary Peterson. Also included is a transcript of a CBS news special, Essay on the Mafia, recorded in June 1972.
 
Collection Title:Italian oral history project audio recordings
Repository:University of Utah Libraries, Special Collections
Summary:The Italian oral history project audio recordings (1970-1987) consist of interviews conducted with Utahns of Italian descent. Interviews begin with a short biography of the subject and cover topics such as discrimination, labor unions and social events. The American West Center conducted this and other ethnic oral history projects in an attempt to record the experiences Utah's eithnic minorities.
 
Collection Title:Steve Lacy collection of Herbert B. Maw audio recordings
Repository:University of Utah Libraries, Special Collections
Summary:The Steve Lacy collection of Herbert B. Maw audio recordings (1941-1946) consists of several audio recordings of speeches made by or on behalf of Herbert B. Maw during his term as governor of Utah.
 
Collection Title:Wesley Pratt Larsen papers
Repository:University of Utah Libraries, Special Collections
Summary:The Wesley Pratt Larsen papers (1802-2005) contain materials from Larsen's career as a biologist, as well as research on Utah history. Publications by Wesley P. Larsen include works on Indian and pioneer medicine in Utah Territory, 1847-1900, Southern Utah tales, and James Dalley family history, v.3. Larsen earned a Ph. D. from the University of Utah in 1960. He was the associate program directory for the National Science Foundation. He was probably best known for his research on insect stem cells.
 
Collection Title:Herbert B. Maw audio-visual collection
Repository:University of Utah Libraries, Special Collections
Summary:The Herbert B. Maw audio-visual collection (1941-1986) consists of audiocassettes of Maw's State Legislative Addresses in 1941 and 1943 and a 1986 conversation with Maw on KUER radio as well as a video interview from 1982. Herbert Brown Maw (1893-1990) was an attorney, educator, and Utah politician. He was elected as the 8th Governor of Utah and served from 1941 to 1949.
 
Collection Title:Herbert B. Maw papers
Repository:University of Utah Libraries, Special Collections
Summary:The Herbert B. Maw papers (1981-1982) consist of biographical information on this former Utah governor. This information, along with an interview with Maw, was used as a source for Dean L. May's Utah: A People's History.

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