J. Bracken Lee papers, 1948-1974

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Lee, J. Bracken (Joseph Bracken), 1899-
Title
J. Bracken Lee papers
Dates
1948-1974 (inclusive)
Quantity
95 linear feet
Collection Number
MS 0037
Summary
The J. Bracken Lee papers (1948-1974) consist of the personal and political papers of J. Bracken Lee, governor of Utah from 1949-1957. Included are meeting materials, reports, correspondence, speeches, press releases, scrapbooks, and other materials.
Repository
University of Utah Libraries, Special Collections
Special Collections, J. Willard Marriott Library
University of Utah
295 South 1500 East
Salt Lake City, UT
84112-0860
Telephone: 8015818863
special@library.utah.edu
Access Restrictions

Twenty-four hour advanced notice encouraged. Materials must be used on-site. Access to parts of this collection may be restricted under provisions of state or federal law.

Languages
English

Historical NoteReturn to Top

A native of Price, Utah, J. Bracken Lee was born 7 January 1899, a son of Arthur James and Ida May (Leiter) Lee. He received his elementary school training in Fruita, Colorado, and later graduated from Carbon High School in Price, Utah, in 1917. On graduation day he enlisted in the United States Army and served throughout World War I. He was honorably discharged in March 1919, with the rank of 2nd Lieutenant, but retained his commission in the reserve officers corps. After serving in the military, he returned to civilian life in Price where he became involved in the insurance and real estate business.

In 1920, J. Bracken Lee married Nellie Pace and two years later on January 29, 1922 they became parents of a daughter, Helen Virginia. Illness brought death to Nellie on January 1, 1926 leaving him a widower with a four-year old daughter. He married Margaret Draper on February 23, 1928 at Price, Utah. They are the parents of the following children: James Bracken, Margaret Jon, and Richard Lewis.

Beginning in the early 1930's Lee became very interested in public affairs. He was elected mayor of Price, Utah, in the fall of 1935 and served six successive terms before declining nomination for a seventh.

Defeat as a candidate for the U. S. House of Representatives and his first try for governorship of Utah did not discourage Lee. In 1948 he was elected to the office of governor by an overwhelming majority. In 1952 he was re-elected by an even greater margin.

After failing in his bid for the U. S. Senate on the Independent ticket in 1958, he ran for mayor of Salt Lake City in 1959. He received more votes than all five of his opponents combined in the primary contest, and in the general election he defeated his opponent with the largest number of votes received by a mayoralty candidate. He campaigned for re-election in November 1963 and again when the votes were counted it was another Lee landslide. In a third consecutive campaign in 1967 he received another vote of confidence and was re-elected for his third term as mayor.

J. Bracken Lee retired in 1972 after serving in public office for 32 years.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The J. Bracken Lee papers (1948-1974) consist of the personal and political papers of J. Bracken Lee, governor of Utah from 1949-1957. Included are meeting materials, reports, correspondence, speeches, press releases, scrapbooks, and other materials. The filing system set up by Lee's office was retained. The files are arranged alphabetically by subject and name and filed in chronological order. Boxes 1-138 contain the major part of this collection, directly relating to issues in city politics and government. Addenda to the collection include personal and political correspondence not necessarily related to Lee's position as mayor of Salt Lake City. Other material includes family correspondence, printed material, reports, correspondence, political campaigns materials, supporter and contributor papers, and a biography written by George B. Russell entitled J. Bracken Lee: The Taxpayer's Champion. A sizable portion of the collection is related to the "For America" organization in which Lee was involved from 1955, an organization attempting to find a way to stop federal income tax revenue from being used in the Foreign Aid Program and seeking to have the federal income tax law repealed. Letters, membership lists, speeches, programs, brochures and other material from a majority of the states are included.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

The library does not claim to control copyright for all materials in the collection. An individual depicted in a reproduction has privacy rights as outlined in Title 45 CFR, part 46 (Protection of Human Subjects). For further information, please review the J. Willard Marriott Library’s Use Agreement and Reproduction Request forms.

Preferred Citation

Collection Name, Collection Number, Box Number, Folder Number. Special Collections, J. Willard Marriott Library, The University of Utah.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top

Arrangement

Arranged by subject, thereunder alphabetically.

Acquisition Information

Boxes 1-138 were donated in 1972.

Boxes 139-163 were donated in 1978.

Boxes 164-181 were donated in unknown date.

Boxes 182-203 were donated in unknown date.

Separated Materials

Photographs and audio-visual materials were transferred to the Multimedia Division of Special Collections (P0037 and A0037).

Processing Note

Processed by Manuscripts Division staff in 1979-1990s.

Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Subject FilesReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
1 1-6
"A" General
1957-1971
1 7
Advertising
1 8-15
Air Pollution
1960-1971
1 16
Airbase Village--Financial Report
1960
1 17-22
Airlines
1963-1971
1 23-35
Airport
1957-1965
2 1-28
Airport
1966-1971
2 29-30
Airport Bonding
1958-1960
2 31-32
Airport--naming of
1963 November
3 1-9
Airport--Citizens' Advisory Committee on Airport Improvement
1970-1971
3 10-12
Allen, Marilyn R., Correspondence
1957-1959
3 13-30
Ambulance Service
1963-1971
3 31
American Bus Lines Case
1958
3 32
American Japanese Centennial Anniversary
3 33
American Jewish League Against Communism
3 34
American Public Relations Forum Inc.
4 1
Americans for Constitutional Action
1964-1969
4 2
America's Future, Inc.
4 3-16
American Statesman
1959-1963
4 17-35
Animal Control
1960-1971
5 1-5
Ankara, Turkey
5 6
Anti-Semitism
5 7
Architects for City Projects
5 8-17
Arizona
"For America"-a letter from a former Utah encouraging Lee to form a third party.
1957-1959
5 18
Armenian Liberation--Committee for
1962
5 19
Army Advisory Committee, Salt Lake City
circa 1959-1960
5 20-33
Attorney (City Attorney, James L. Barker, Jr.)
Correspondence, queries from Lee to Barker, responses and opinions.
1960-1967
6 1-40
Attorney
1967-1971
7 1-25
Attorney's Opinions
1959-1970
7 26-33
Auditor
1959-1965
8 1-34
Auditor
1965-1971
9 1-8
Auditor
Statements.
9 9-11
Automobile Leases, Salt Lake City
1960
10 1-14
"B" General Subjects
10 15
Barker, James L.
10 16
Barnes, Robert
10 17
Baxter-International Economic Research Bureau
10 18
Beal, Garlton
10 19
Beauty Schools
10 20-25
Beecher, H. K. and Associates--Architects, Salt Lake City and County Public Safety Building
10 26-28
Bennett, Wallace F.
Lee examines record of W. F. Bennett during Senate terms in Congress.
10 29-33
Bergensen, Becky--"For America" Organization
11 1-6
Better Business Bureau
1958-1971
11 7-13
Bids
1960-1970
11 14-16
Big Cottonwood Project
1958-1961
11 17-20
Board of Adjustment, Correspondence
1963-1971
11 21-29
Board of Education
1960-1966
12 1-31
Board of Health
1969-1971
13 1-19
Board of Health
1969-1971
13 20-30
Bonds
1960-1966
14 1-11
Bonds
1967-1971
14 12-13
Bond Sale Bills
1962
14 14
Boxing
14 15-30
Boys Clubs of America
1960-1965
15 1-16
Boys Clubs of America
1966-1971
15 17-23
Boy Scouts of America
1962-1971
15 24
Braden, Spruille
15 25
Brewster, Sheldon R.
16 1
Brigham Young Statue Commission
16 2
Brigham Young University
16 3-28
Budget--Salt Lake City
1960-1967
17 1-5
Budget--Salt Lake City
1968-1971
17 6-7
Budget Director
1960-1969
17 8-9
Building Program
1960
17 10-13
Bureau of Mechanical Inspection
1961-1971
18 1-8
"C" General
1960-1971
18 9-14
Community Antenna Television System
18 15-35
California
Supporters from California for Lee's views on income tax; his campaign for U.S. Senator, 1958; his connection with 'For America'; and other issues which he supported.
1957-1960
19 1-35
California
1961-1965
20 1-2
Cameron, Roy
20 3
'Campaign for the 48 States'
An organization promoting the reduction of income taxes.
1957
20 4
Campaign--J. Bracken Lee, Gubernatorial
1948
20 5
Campaign--J. Bracken Lee, Gubernatorial
"The Lee Record."
1952
20 6
J. Bracken Lee, Gubernatorial
1956
20 7-22
Gubernatorial Campaign
Petitions urging Lee to run.
1964
20 23-29
J. Bracken Lee's Mayoralty Campaign
1959
20 30-36
J. Bracken Lee's Mayoralty Campaign
1963
20 37-38
J. Bracken Lee's Mayoralty Campaign
1967
21 1-5
Campaign--J. Bracken Lee's Senatorial
1958
21 6-12
Campaigns--J. Bracken Lee Senatorial
1962
21 13
Campaign Workers--State and Local
21 14
Campaign--Miscellaneous
21 15-33
Capital Improvements, Salt Lake City
1958-1968
22 1-23
Capital Improvements, Salt Lake City
Bonds, reports, and funds.
1960-1962
22 24
(American) Capsule News
'The All American News Digest for All American People.'
1961
22 25
Carter, Kate B.
22 26
Census--Salt Lake City
Question of accuracy in the census figures.
1960
22 27-32
Chamber of Commerce
1960-1964
23 1-8
Chamber of Commerce
1965-1971
23 9-13
Charity Fund Drives
1965-1966
23 14-18
Christian Crusade
23 19-21
Christian Economics
Publication of the Christian Freedom Foundation, Inc.
1962-1970
23 22
Christian Science Monitor
Lee's response to articles published in the Christian Science Monitor.
23 23-33
Christmas Letters-Name Lists
1958-1964
24 1-8
Christmas Letters-Name Lists
1965-1970
24 9-28
Citizens' Advisory Committee
1959-1969
24 29-35
Citizens' Foreign Aid Committee
1959-1968
25 1-2
Citizens' Foreign Relations Committee
25 3-6
Citizens' Information Committee
25 7-28
City Cemetery
25 29-33
City Commission
1960
26 1-28
City Commission
1961-1966
27 1-33
City Commission
1967-1968
28 1-43
City Commission
1969-1970
29 1-38
City Commission
1970-1971
30 1
City and County Commission--Joint Meetings
30 1A-13
City Courts
1960-1971
30 14
City Elections and Election Laws
30 15-20
City Information and Historical Materials
1960-1971
30 21-30
City Property
1960-1971
31 1-14
Civic Auditorium
31 15-22
Civic Beautification
31 23
Civil Aeronautics Board
32 1-20
Civil Defense
1960-1971
32 21-27
Civil Rights
1958-1964
33 1-23
Civil Rights
1964-1971
34 1-11
Civil Service Commission
34 12-13
Civil Service
34 14-15
Clegg, William
34 16-19
Clise, J. W.--Correspondence on Taxation
34 20
Clover Business Letter
1960-1962
34 20A
Committee for Public Affairs
1961-1963
34 21
Committee of One Million (Against the Admission of Red China to the United Nations)
1958-1966
34 22-23
Common Sense and Rhodesian Commentary
34 24-28
Communism
1961
35 1-19
Communism
35 20-21
Complaints against Salt Lake City Corporation
1965-1970
35 22
Concessions, Salt Lake City
35 23-27
Congress of Freedom, Inc.
1961-1969
36 1-19
Congressmen (Letters to and From J. B. Lee)
36 20-21
Connally Reservation
1960
36 22
Conservation Foundation
36 23
Conservative Alliance
36 24
Conservative National Party
36 25-27
Conservative Programs
1963-1971
37 1
Constitutional Conservative Movement in the United States
1960
37 2-8
Conservative Society of America
1965-1969
37 9-29
Constitutional Government
1957-1970
38 1-8
Constitutional Government
38 9-10
Constitutional Provisional Government of United States
1962-1970
38 11-17
Continental Reliance Insurance Company
1963-1966
38 18
Contingent Fund (Mayor's)
1961-1963
38 19-27
Contributions--Requests and Grants
1959-1971
38 28-29
Cooperative Area Manpower Planning System
1969-1970
38 30-31
Cope, Lucille E.
1969-1970
38 32
Council Against Communist Aggression
39 1-3
Council for Statehood
39 4-18
County Property
39 19
Crime--United Crime Prevention Associates
39 20-21
'D' General
39 22
Daughters of Utah Pioneers
39 23-24
Doll Collection (Laura Clark)
1963-1965
39 25-29
Downtown Planning Association
1960-1962
40 1-13
Downtown Planning Association
1962-1969
41 1-4
Downtown Planning Association
1970-1971
41 5
Drawings--Salt Lake City Planning Commission
41 6-9
Drivers Safety Program
1964-1971
41 10-13
Drugs and Drug Abuse
1971
41 14-15
'E' General
41 16-22
Economic Club of Chicago
1965-1970
41 23
Election--James L. Barker, Jr.
1969
41 24-25
Electrical Contractors Association, Inc.
41 26
Elevators (Elevator installation in City and County Building)
1960
42 1-28
Employees and Employment
1959-1971
42 29-35
Employees Association
1961-1965
43 1-11
Employees Association
1966-1967
43 12-26
Employment Applications
1963-1971
43 27-32
Engineer
1961-1965
44 1-15
Engineers
1965-1971
44 16
Ensign Downs
1953-1961
44 17-19
'F' General
44 20-21
Federal Aid to Education
1957-1967
44 22-23
Federal Building
1959-1960
44 24-27
Federal Communications Commission Investigation
44 28-30
Federal Government
1964-1965
45 1-19
Federal Government
1964-1971
45 20-23
Finance
45 24-26
Fire Alarm System
46 1-28
Fire Department
1960-1971
46 29-30
First South Property
1959-1960
47 1-3
Flood Control (County)
1968-1971
47 4-25
Fluoridation
1955-1971
47 26
Follow Up
Covering a variety of subjects.
47 27-32
'For America'-Financial Statements
1957-1958
48 1-10
'For America'-Financial Statements
1958-
48 11-14
Foreign Aid
1957-1966
48 15-16
Fort Douglas
1966-1968
48 17
Freeport Amendment
48 18-19
Free Enterprise
48 20
Funds (Misuse of) Mayor's Investigation
1960
48 21-23
'G' General
48 24-31
Garbage Fill
1961
49 1-8
Garbage Collection
49 9
Georgia Day
49 10
Golden Eagles Hockey Club
49 11-15
Goldwater, Barry
49 16-26
Golf Courses (Salt Lake City)
49 27-31
Government of the People, Committee for
50 1-2
Great Salt Lake
1961-1967
50 3
Gun Legislation
1968
50 4-11
'H' General
50 12-16
Hackford, Oscar
1962-1968
50 17-31
Hall of Justice (Metropolitan Hall of Justice)
1960-1965
51 1-11
Hall of Justice
1967-1970
51 12-16
Harriss, Robert M.
1957-1962
51 17
Hawaii
51 18-19
Health Building (Salt Lake City)
1960-1968
51 20-34
Health Department (Salt Lake City)
1960-1968
51 35
Highway 40
52 1-12
Highway Planning Committee
1960-1971
52 13-14
Historical Advisory Council
1968-1971
52 15-17
Hoel, Jennie (Social Security Claims Case)
1962-1964
52 18
Hoover, Herbert
52 19-21
Housing Authority
52 22-23
Human Events
52 24
Human Relations Commission
1964-1968
52 25
Humane Society
52 26-27
'I' General
52 28-31
Idaho
1957-1958
53 1-3
Idaho
1958-1969
53 4-17
Illinois ('For America' Organization)
1957-1961
53 18-20
Independent American
1960-1971
53 21-26
Indiana ('For America' Organization)
1956-1961
53 27
Immigrants
53 28-31
Income Tax
54 1-30
Income Tax
1957-1962
55 1-31
Income Tax
1962-1971
56 1-15
Income Tax
1971
56 16
Income Tax Reform Foundation
56 17-19
'Inner Powers Society'
1961-1962
56 20-30
Insurance
1956-1967
57 1-5
Insurance
1967-1971
57 6-9
Internal Revenue, Collector of
1962-
57 10
International Services of Information
57 11-30
Invitations
1960
58
Invitations
1960-1971
59
Invitations
1960-1971
60
Invitations
1960-1971
61
Invitations
1960-1971
62
Invitations
1960-1971
63
Invitations
1960-1971
64
Invitations
1960-1971
65
Invitations
1960-1971
66
Invitations
1960-1971
67
Invitations
1960-1971
68
Invitations
1960-1971
69
Invitations
1960-1971
Folder
70 1-4
'J' General
70 5-9
Jacobsen, Lillian M.
1961-1971
70 10
Japanese-American Conference
1969
70 11-19
John Birch Society
1959-1968
70 20
Johnson, Lyndon B. and Humphrey, Hubert H.
1964-1968
70 21-23
Jonas, Frank H.
1960-1968
70 24-25
Judicial Qualifications
1970
70 26-28
Juvenile Delinquency
1960-1971
71 1-4
'K' General
71 5-9
KALL Radio
1960-1971
71 10
Katanga Freedom Fighters, American Commission for Aid to
1962
71 11-12
Keane, J. C.
1961-1962
72 1-8
Kennecott Copper Corporation
1963-1969
72 9-10
Keys to the City
72 11
Kiplinger Washington Letter
72 12-31
K. S. L. Editorials
1966-1968
73 1-35
K. S. L. Editorials
1968-1971
74 1-8
K. S. L. Editorials
1971
74 9-16
'L' General
74 17-18
L. D. S. Hospital Progress
74 19-20
Lawyers
74 21-22
Lawyers
74 23-32
Lawyers
Support for Lea's statements.
74 33
League of Women Voters
1960-1968
75 1-5
Lee, J. Bracken--Biographical Material
75 6-14
Lee, J. Bracken--Newsclippings and articles
75 15
Lee, J. Bracken--Television and Radio
75 16
Lee, J. Bracken--Testimonial Dinner
January 7, 1972
75 17-29
Legislation
1958-1966
76 1-7
Legislation
1966-1971
76 8-9
Lewis Food Company, Pet Foods
1958-1966
76 10-13
Liberty Lobby
1957-1965
76 14-31
Library--Salt Lake City Public Library
1959-1971
77 1-8
Library--Salt Lake City Public Library Appointments and Letters
1958-1971
77 9-14
Library--Salt Lake City Public Library-Dedication
John K. Gailbraith controversy.
77 15-30
License--Salt Lake City
1960-1963
78 1-29
Licensing--Salt Lake City
1963-1971
78 30-33
Licensing Committee, Salt Lake City
1960-1966
79 1-13
Liquor--Salt Lake City and Utah
1968-1971
79 14
Little Dell Dam
1958-1960
80 1-8
"M' General
80 9
Mail Users Council
80 10-14
Manion, Dean C. E.--Manion Forum
1957-1961
80 15-16
Manpower Program
80 17-22
Massachusetts 'For America'
1957-1961
80 23-30
Mayor's Prayer Breakfast
1966-1970
81 1-4
McKenney, Norris E.
1957-1958
81 5
Meat Inspection Act
1959 and 1967
81 6
Medicare
1964-1968
81 7-10
Mental Health
1959-1967
81 11
Metropolitan Government
81 12-23
Michigan 'For America'
1957-1962
81 24
Mill Levy, Salt Lake City
1960-1963
81 25
Minute Men Associates
1961-1964
82 1-5
Mississippi 'For America'
82 6-10
Missouri 'For America'
82 11-24
Model Cities
1969-1971
82 25-26
Monroe Doctrine, Committee for
1962-1965
82 27-33
Montana 'For America'
1957-1962
83 1-11
Montgomery, George S., Jr., 'For America'
1957-1966
83 12-13
Moreel, Ben
83 14-22
Municipal Record, Salt Lake City
1963-1971
83 23-26
'N' General
83 27
National American Party
1962
83 28
National Budget
1957
84 1
National Economic Council, Inc.
1958-1964
84 2-25
National League of Cities
1960-1971
84 26
National Parks
84 27
National Review
1962-1969
84 28
National States' Rights Party
84 29
National Youth Alliance
84 30
Newbold, Fred W.
85 1-4
Newspapers
1959-1961
85 5
Newsweek-Article on Salt Lake City
Correspondence related to article.
1971
85 6-13
New York 'For America'
1957
85 14-15
Nielson Trucking
1961
85 16
'O' General
85 17
Odyssey House
85 18
Opportunity Center
85 19-21
Olympic Bids
1968-1976
85 22
Oratorio Society
85 23
Order of Washington
85 24-34
Ordinances, Salt Lake City--Correspondence
1960-1971
86 1
Organic Consumer Report
86 2
Overtime, Salt Lake City Employees
86 3-8
'P' General
86 9
Panama Canal
1967-1968
86 10-16
Parking, Salt Lake City Employees
87 1-11
Parking Meters, Collections
1961-1971
87 12-34
Parks Department
1957-1968
88 1-7
Parks Department
1969-1971
88 8-14
Patriotic Letters
88 15
Payrolls
1960-1963
88 16
Pen Pal Letters
88 17-30
Personnel
1959-1961
89 1-34
Personnel
1962-1967
90 1-13
Personnel
1968-1969
90 14-29
Personnel Director
1967-1969
91 1-24
Personnel Director
1970-1971
91 25
Peru Goodwill Tour
1963
91 26-34
Petitions--Salt Lake City
1960-1961
92 1-8
Petitions--Salt Lake City
1962-1966
92 9-19
Phillips, Jennings
1960-1970
92 20-29
Planning and Zoning
1960-1967
93 1-6
Planning and Zoning
1968-1971
93 7-8
Plumbing Code
93 9-32
Police Department
1958-1962
94 1-36
Police Department
1963-1966
95 1-31
Police Department
1967-1969
96 1-28
Police Department
1969-1970
97 1-14
Police Department
1971
97 15-33
Political Appointments
98 1-2
Political Aspirants
1959-1962
98 3-6
Pornography
1966-1971
98 7-26
Poverty Programs
1964-1968
99 1-10
Poverty Programs
1969-1971
99 11-12
Power Companies
99 13-19
Press-Television, Radio, and Newspapers
99 20-31
Prison and Prisoners
Correspondence.
1960-1971
100 1-8
Probation Department, Alcoholism
100 9-29
Proclamations
Issued by Mayor Lee, and requests to him for proclamations.
1964
101 1-32
Proclamations
Issued by Mayor Lee, and requests to him for proclamations.
1965-1971
102 1
Prosecutor, Salt Lake City
1968-1971
102 2-5
Public Safety and Jail Building
1960-1962
102 6-26
Public Safety Department
1960-1971
102 27
Public Service Careers Program
102 28-32
Purchasing Department
1960-1962
103 1-32
Purchasing Department
1963-1971
104 1
'Q' General
104 2-5
'R' General
104 6-15
Railroads
1960-1971
104 16-17
Rawlins, Ben
1969-
104 18-19
Real Estate
1960-1966
104 20-22
Recommendations to and from Mayor Lee
1957-1962
105 1-4
Recommendations
1962-1965
105 5
Redevelopment Agency
1969
105 6
Reports
Miscellaneous statistical reports, ie. population, publications, taxes, etc.
105 7-10
Republican Party-Newsletter, Conventions, Delegates
105 11-12
Requests
Requests by letter for information concerning a variety of subjects.
1960-1964
106 1-19
Requests
Requests by letter for information concerning a variety of subjects.
1964-1969
107 1-12
Requests
Requests by letter for information concerning a variety of subjects.
1969-1971
107 13-20
Requests from Students
1960-1969
108 1-2
Requests from Students
1971
108 3-7
Resolutions
1966-1971
108 8-9
Retirement
1960-1967
108 10-17
Revenue Problems
1967-1971
108 18
Roberts, Mrs, Lynn (Albateen)
108 19
Russel, Hubbard S.
1962
109 1-5
'S' General
109 6
Safety Director of Salt Lake City
109 7-14
Salaries-Salt Lake City Employees
109 15
Salt Lake Convention Bureau
1960-1968
109 16
Salt Lake County Bar Association
1970-1971
109 17-20
Salt Lake County Council of Governments
1967-1969
110 1-4
Salt Lake County Council of Governments
1970-1971
110 5-7
Salt Lake Safety Council
1961-1967
110 8-10
Salt Lake Valley Citizens Council
1963
110 11
Saltair Restoration
1962-1969
110 12-17
Sanitary System
1961-1962
110 18
Sawaya, James, Campaign for Third District Judge
1970
110 19
Schools for Peru Project
1964-1965
111 1-6
School Problems
1960-1969
111 7-10
Senior Citizens
1963-1971
111 11
Sentinel Ballistic Missle Defense System
111 12-22
Sewage Treatment Plant
112 1-4
Shade Tree Commission
112 5
Shops-Salt Lake City
112 6
Sick Leave-Salt Lake City Employees
112 7-26
Skousen, Cleon, Chief of Police
1960-1961
113 1-6
Skousen, Cleon, Chief of Police
1961-1970
113 7
Small Business Association
113 8
Social Security
113 9
Social Workers
113 10-11
Solicitations Committee
1967-1971
113 12
Speaking Schedule
113 13-19
Speeches and Press Releases
1958-1963
113 20-26
State Highway Department
1960-1965
114 1-8
State Highway Department
1966-1971
114 9-19
State of Utah-Miscellaneous
1960-1968
115 1-7
State of Utah-Miscellaneous
1968-1971
115 8-9
State Street
Eagle Gate and parallel parking controversy.
1960-1962
115 10
State Tax Commission
115 11
Stephens, Clarence L.
115 12
Storm Sewers
115 13-22
Street Department
1957-1964
116 1-18
Street Department
1964-1971
117 1-22
Street Department
1971
118 1-10
Tavern Owners
1960-1967
118 11-14
Tax Fax for Americans
118 15-17
Taxi Cabs
118 18-25
Texas 'For America'
1956-1957
119 1-10
Texas 'For America'
1958-1964
119 11-25
'Thank You' letters
1957-1964
120 1-25
Thank You letters
1964-1970
121 1-2
Toledo Mining Company
121 3-25
Traffic and Safety
1960-1966
122 1-19
Traffic and Safety
1966-1971
122 20
Traffic Advisory Board
122 21-22
Traffic Violations
1959-1965
123 1-26
Traffic Violations
1965-1971
124 1-23
Transportation
1960-1971
125 1-30
Treasurer
1960-1971
126 1-4
'U' General
126 5-7
Unions, Labor
1966-1968
126 8-23
United Nations
1959-1971
127 1-7
U. S. Conference of Mayors
1959-1962
127 8-11
U. S. Flag Committee
127 12
U. S. Currency Plates
127 13-24
University of Utah
1961-1971
127 25-26
Urban Renewal
128 1-25
Urban Renewal
1961-1966
129 1-23
Urban Renewal
1966-1969
130 1-10
Urban Renewal
1969-1971
130 11-20
Utah-Miscellaneous Correspondence
1957-1963
130 21
The Utah Independent
October 30, 1970
130 22-28
Utah Municipal League
1959-1963
131 1-28
Utah Municipal League
1963-1969
132 1-5
Utah Municipal League
1969-1971
132 6-11
Utah State Bar Association
1970-1971
132 12
Utah State Fair
132 13
Utah State Pension Report
132 14-17
Utah State University
132 18-26
Utah Taxpayers Association
1960-1971
132 27
Utah Wildlife Federation
1960
133 1
'V' General
133 2
Vehicle Report (Salt Lake City)
133 3-13
Viet Nam
1967-1971
133 14-15
Vitro Corporation
133 16
Voters-U. S. A.
133 17-20
'W' General
133 21
Wage and Classifications Committee
133 22
Wasatch Springs
133 23-28
Washington, State of-'For America'
1956-1959
134 1-3
Washington, State of-'For America'
1959-1962
134 4-8
Washington, D. C.
1957-1961
134 9-25
Water Department
1959-1964
135 1-14
Water Department
1964-1971
135 15-18
We, the People
1957-1961
135 19-30
Welcome Letters
1960-1966
136 1-30
Welcome Letters
1966-1971
137 1-6
Welcome Letters
1971
137 7-27
Welfare
1960-1971
137 28
Western Tax Council, Inc.
1962
138 1
Western Trails and Paths, Inc.
138 2
Westminister College
138 3
The White Sentinel
138 4
Whitney, Lloyd E.
138 5-10
Wisconsin, 'For America'
1957-1960
138 11-16
Workman's Compensation Study
1963-1966
138 17-19
Wyoming, 'For America'
1957-1962
138 20
'Y' General
138 21-25
Youth And Youth Advisory Council
138 26
'Z' General

CorrespondenceReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
139 1
Certificates
1966
139 2
Family Letters
1957-1969
139 3
Family Letters
1970-1973
139 4
Family Greeting Cards and Telegrams
1960-1971
139 5
Greeting Cards
1963
139 6
Mrs. J. Bracken Lee (Margaret D.)
1965-1971
139 7
Postcards
1961-1970
140
General Correspondence
1957-1964
141
General Correspondence
1965-1974

Subjects FilesReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
142 1
Address List-General
142 2
Alabama
Correspondence concerning Governor George C. Wallace's prospective presidential candidacy.
1959-1968
142 3
American Capsule News
An uninhibited compact all-American newspaper.
1967-1971
142 4
American Mining Co.
Mining operations in Milford, Utah-including stockholders correspondence, annual report, and agreement.
1965-1967
142 5
American Party
1964-1968
142 6-12
American Statesman
Consists of correspondence from supporters and subscribers of a conservative newspaper that fights against taxes. J. Bracken Lee was the publisher and editor of American Statesman.
1961-1966
142 13
Andrews T. Coleman
A supporter of "For America" and the fight against Federal-taxing.
1957-1960
142 14-20
Arizona
Correspondence from constituents.
1959-1969
142 21
Arkansas
Letters concerning a campaign to defeat William Fulbright, U. S. Senator.
1960-1969
142 22
Ashton, Clifford L.
Facts concerning the power of the Salt Lake City Commission to increase the salaries of City Commissioners during their term in office.
1967
142 23
Biographical Material
1957-1959
142 24-26
Business Correspondence
1962-1964
143 1
California
Supporters from California for Lee's view on income tax; and other issues which he was involved in.
1959-1971
143 2
California-Bakersfield
"For America" correspondence.
1957-1962
143 3
California-Beverly Hills
"For America" correspondence.
1957-1961
143 4
California-Long Beach
"For America" correspondence.
1957-1965
143 5
California-Los Angles
Correspondence from Mayor Sam Yorty.
1968-1969
143 6
California-Oakland
"For America" correspondence.
1957-1958
143 7
California-San Diego
"For America" correspondence.
1957-1962
143 8
California-San Francisco
Contains literature on Homosexual Law Reform, published by the Society for Individual Rights, Inc.
1966-1969
143 9
California-San Jose
1958-1969
143 10
Campaign Letters
Campaign for the gubernatorial nomination.
1964
143 11
Carlisle, Floyd L.
Supporter of "For Americirca"
1958
143 12
Christian Crusade
An International Ministry of Billy James Hargis.
1963-1968
143 13
Chrome Mine
Known as the Western Chrome Mining Co., which J. Bracken Lee served as president.
1957-1958
143 14
Citizen's Committee to Restore U. S. Constitutional Sovereignty
1962
143 15-20
Colorado
"For America" correspondence.
1957-1969
143 21
Committee for Economic Development
A publication which deals with the economic problems America faces.
1962-1964
143 22
Communism
1957-1963
143 23-24
Connecticut
"For America" correspondence.
1957-1961
144 1-2
Conner, Garland D. vs Johnson, Lyndon B.
In the Supreme Court of the United States of America (1965).
1965
144 3
Conservative Bi-Partisan Committee
1962
144 4
Conservative Society of America
J. Bracken Lee served as a representative from Utah on a national level.
1961-1963
144 5-6
Constitution Party
An organization to restore and protect the rights of U. S. citizens.
1957-1960
144 7
Constitutional Insurance
1961
144 8
Continental (Political) Party
Political publication.
144 9-10
Continental Reliance Insurance Company
1963-1969
144 11-17
Contributors
Campaign for the United Sates Senate.
1962
144 18
Committee on Political Education (COPE)
1959-1964
144 19-22
Courtney, Kent
Supporter of "For Americirca"
1957-1968
144 23
Cowles, Elizabeth S.
1957
144 24
Cross and the Flag
A publication of the Christian Nationalist Crusade, a national political committee.
1961
145 1-3
Cuba
1962-1966
145 4
Dan Smoot Report
Political publication.
1958-1965
145 5
Dow Theory Forecasts
A publication listing stocks.
1968
145 6-7
Dresser, Robert B.
Contributor and supporter of "For Americirca"
1957-1964
145 8
East Block Land Purchase
Purchase of land in Salt Lake City for major Capitol Improvements Program.
1961-1962
145 9
Economic Club of Chicago (Fred G. Clark)
1961-1963
145 10
Economic Forecasting Institute, Inc.
1961
145 11
Fact Finder
Political publication.
1963-1966
145 12
Farmers Liberty League
1959-1962
145 13-15
Fasken, David
Contributor, supporter, and on the National Policy committee-California of "For Americirca"
1957-1964
145 16
Federal Communications Commission
1964
145 17
Fernandez, Robert
Member of the National and California Policy Committee of "For Americirca"
1958
145 18-25
Florida
"For America" correspondence.
1957-1970
145 26
Fluoridation Program
"For America" correspondence and research reports.
1953-1960
146 1
For America Contributions
1956-1957
146 2-4
For America Correspondence
1957-1964
146 5-12
For America-(General Bonner Fellers)
National Director of "For Americirca"
1956-1961
146 13
For America-Lee Letter
A letter concerning J. Bracken Lee's opinions on income tax and returned replies.
1958
146 14
For America-Minutes of Meeting and Correspondence
1958-1959
146 15-16
For America-National Policy Committee
A list of the National Policy Committee, policies and procedures.
1956-1959
146 17
For America-Proposed Budget and Operational Plan Report
1957
146 18-19
For America-Report to Members of National Policy Committee
Monthly reports, and financial statements.
1957-1959
146 20
For America Speech
147 1-5
Foreign Aid
Correspondence, reports, and "For America" material.
1957-1961
147 6
Foundation for Economic Education
Publications and reports.
1967-1970
147 7
Freedom School (Colorado Springs, Colorado)
1958-1965
147 8-11
Georgia
"For America" correspondence and political publications.
1957-1969
147 12-15
Goldwater, Barry
1957-1964
147 16
Gossett, James P.
A judge for Gooding Counnty, Idaho probate court.
1963
147 17
Goulding, Harry
Owner of Monument Valley Trading Post and Lodge.
1963-1965
147 18-23
Great Yellowstone Corporation
Minutes, correspondence and agreement.
1961-1969
148 1-4
Great Yellowstone Uranium Company
1957-1964
148 5
Guardians of our American Heritage
Political publication.
1955-1963
148 6-8
Harriss, Robert M.
A native Texan who fought against a deteriorating economy.
1963-1971
148 9
Henry George School of Social Sciences
1957-1958
148 10
Illinois
"For America" correspondence.
1957-1969
148 11
Illinois-Rockford
"For America" correspondence
1957-1958
148 12
Indiana
1966-1970
148 13
Intercollegiate Society of Individualists
Political publication.
1961-1964
148 14
Iowa
"For America" correspondence.
1957-1961
148 15
Johnson, Lyndon B.
1966
148 16
Jones, Mark M.
Supporter of "For Americirca"
1957-1958
148 17
Kansas
1960-1962
148 18-19
Kentucky
Supporter of "For Americirca"
1957-1970
148 21-23
Korda, Geza
Correspondence concerning the American taxpayer.
1960-1965
149 1
Labor
1959
149 2
Letters of Recommendation
1957-1960
149 3-4
Liberty Amendment
1957-1967
149 5
Liberty Letter
Political publication.
1966-1970
149 6
Life Line
A patriotic voice of freedom.
1961-1964
149 7
Long, Hamilton A.
A professional public lecturer.
1957-1960
149 8-9
Louisiana
1960-1969
149 10
Lynch, Eugene B.
A stockholder of Continental Reliance Life Insurance Company.
1964
149 11
MacArthur, Douglas
1957-1968
149 12
Manion, Dean C. E.
Vice Chairman of "For Americirca"
1961-1970
149 13
Manion, Dean C. E.
"For America" correspondence.
1959-1960
149 14-15
Manion, Dean C. E.-Manion Forum
1958-1967
149 16
Maryland
"For America" correspondence.
1957-1962
149 17
Massachusetts
1961-1969
149 18-22
Mayoral Campaign
Supportive letters.
1963
149 23
Mayors for Richard M. Nixon
1968
149 24
Meyer, Dan
Letters of appreciation to supporters and contributors backing Mayor Lee for the United Ststes Senate.
1962
150 1
Michigan
1962-1968
150 2
Mineral Resources
1959-1966
150 3-4
Minnesota
"For America" correspondence.
1957-1968
150 5-8
Miscellaneous Correspondence
1950-1962
150 9
Mississippi
1963-1971
150 10
Missouri
1962-1968
150 11
Montana
1963-1966
150 12
Montana Political Race
Correspondence and newsclippings concerning Lee's consideration to run for the U.S. Senate seat from Montana in 1966.
1964
150 13
Murdock, Jack H.
The case of Jack H. Murdock concerning income tax.
1963
150 14
National Fluoridation News
1967
150 15-17
Nebraska
1957-1971
150 18
Network of Patriotic Letterwriter
1962-1964
150 19-23
Nevada
"For America" correspondence.
1957-1965
151 1
New Hampshire
"For America" correspondence.
1957-1970
151 2-7
New Jersey
"For America" correspondence.
1957-1972
151 8
New Mexico
"For America" correspondence.
1958-1964
151 9-22
New York
"For America" correspondence.
1957-1971
152 1
Nixon, Richard M.
Inaugural address.
1968-1970
152 2
Nomination for Governor
1963-1964
152 3-4
North Dakota
"For America" correspondence.
1957-1960
152 5
North Carolina
"For America" correspondence.
1958-1970
152 6-19
Ohio
"For America" correspondence.
1957-1971
152 20-25
Oaklahoma
"For America" correspondence.
1957-1971
153 1-4
Oregon
"For America" correspondence.
1957-1969
153 5-6
Palmer, Andrew
Astrological studies made to predict political success of politicians.
1967-1971
153 7-8
Paradox Production Corp.
1957-1958
153 9
Parsons, C.C.
Supporter of J. Bracken Lee.
1957-1958
153 10
Paul Revere Associated Yeomen, Inc.
Political publication.
1962-1967
153 11-12
Pearsall, Richard D.
Supporter of "For Americirca"
1958-1966
153 13-22
Pennsylvania
"For America" correspondence.
1957-1971
154 1-9
Politics
1956-1970
154 10-12
Postal Reform
1964-1971
154 13-14
Prentice, Sartell, Jr.
1957-1958
154 15
Press Releases
Press releases from "For America" of Utah Salt Lake City.
1958-1960
154 16-17
Prospective Campaign Committee Members
1958
154 18
Rarick, John R.
Correspondence regarding candidate for Governor of Louisiana.
1967-1968
154 19
Reagan, Ronald
Excerpts from a speech given by Governor Ronald Reagan.
1968-1969
154 20
Receipts and Expenditures Campaign
1967
154 21
Redwood Road Truck Line
1961-1962
154 22
Repeal the Sixteenth Amendment
1957
155 1
Republican Congressional Committee Newsletter
1962
155 2-3
Republican State Convention
Publicity, platforms, and volunteers.
1952-1956
155 4
Republican State Delegates
A list of delegates-Salt Lake County and State Convention.
1962
155 5
Richmond, Raymond S.
1957-1964
155 6
Rickenbacker, Eddie V.
Supporter of J. Bracken Lee's views concerning income tax.
1961-1967
155 7
Robert Speller and Sons, Publishers, Inc.
1961-1962
155 8-9
Roberts, Arch E., Major MSC, United States Army
1962-1963
155 10
Rockefeller, Nelson A.
1963-1965
155 11
Romney, George
"For America" correspondence.
1959-1968
155 12
Russell, George B.
Author of J. Bracken Lee-The Taxpayer's Champion.
1960-1962
155 13-25
Russell, Hubbard S.
Contributor, Supporter, and on the National Policy Committee-California of "For America".
1957-1964
156 1-3
Schwartz, Bart
1969
156 4
Scott, John H.
1957-1958
156 5
Senior Citizens of America
1962
156 6
Silvagni, P. O.
President of the Silvagni Estate Co., a Nevada Corporation, and J. Bracken Lee acted as Director.
1957-1960
156 7-25
Sixteenth Amendment
1958-1959
157 1
Smoot, Dan
Vice Chairman of "For Americirca"
1957-1961
157 2
Sondrup, Walter
Insurance agency.
1965-1966
157 3
South Carolina
"For America" correspondence.
1958-1961
157 4
South Dakota
"For America" correspondence.
1958-1960
157 5
Starbird, George A.
Served as Treasurer, Chairman National Finance Committee, and National Policy Committee-California of "For Americirca"
1957
157 6
Statement of Expenses-Candidate for U.S. Senator
1958
157 7
Stone, Willis
1958-1961
157 8-28
Supporters
Letters of support concerning candidate for Governor; congress; re-election for Mayor of Salt Lake City; proclamation regarding the adjournment of the Utah Legislature; telegram to President Lyndon B. Johnson.
1962-1971
158 1-8
Supporters-Republican State Convention
Correspondence concerning Lee's intention of seeking nomination for Governor on the Republican ticket.
1964
158 9-17
Supporters-Solicited
Letters of support concerning candidacy for U.S. Senator; re-election for mayor of Salt Lake City, election for Governor.
1962-1964
158 18-23
Supporters-Volunteers
Candidacy for U.S. Senator.
1962
159 1-4
Supporters-Volunteers and Contributors
Mayorality campaign.
1963
159 5
Taxes-A Report from Max Rasmussen
A tax and financial publication.
1964-1970
159 6
Taxpayer's Champion
Correspondence concerning the book-J. Bracken Lee: The Taxpayers Champion.
1961-1962
159 7-8
Tennessee
"For America" correspondence.
1957-1965
159 9
Texans for Ronald Reagan
1968
159 10-12
Texas
1959-1971
159 13-23
Thank You Letters
Support in campaign for U.S. Senator and Mayor of Salt Lake City.
1958-1964
160 1-2
"Thank you" Letters: Campaign workers
Re-election to Mayor of Salt Lake City.
1963
160 3-6
"Thank you" Letters: Congratulations
Re-election to Mayor of Salt Lake City.
1967-1968
160 7-21
"Thank you" Letters: Congratulations
Election to Governor and Mayor.
1967-1968
160 22-29
"Thank you" Letters: Support
Re-election to Mayor of Salt Lake City.
1967
161 1-5
Third Party
1957-1969
161 6-10
Utah
1964-1966
161 11
Utah Coordinating Committee
1964
161 12
Utah Election Laws and Procedures
1962
161 13
Utah Forum for the American Idea
1964
161 14
Utah State Committee for Economic Freedom
1962-1964
161 15
Utt, James B.
Writer of Washington Report, a political publication.
1959-1969
161 16
Vermont
1958-1961
161 17-19
Virginia
"For America" correspondence.
1957-1969
161 20
Voters Independent Party
1964
161 21-25
Walker, Edwin A., General
Correspondence regarding General Edwin A. Walker's resignation from the United States Army.
1961-1967
161 26
Washington, D.C.
1960-1966
161 27
Washington Observer Newsletter
Political publication.
1966-1971
161 28
Washington-Seattle
1964-1965
161 29
Washington-Spokane
"For America" correspondence.
1957-1960
161 30-31
We the People
A national coalition to combat Communism in the U.S.
1961-1970
161 32
Weldin, G.C., Captain, USN
"For America" correspondence.
1957
161 33
West Virginia
"For America" correspondence.
1957-1959
162 1-3
Weston, Joseph H.
1962
162 4-5
Wilkinson, Ernest L.
1963-1965
162 6
Wisconsin
1960-1962
162 7
Wuichet, West
1957-1959
162 8
Wood, F.M.
A report written by F.M. Wood concerning the Third Party.
162 9-10
Wood, Robert E., General
Served on the National Policy Committee of "For Americirca"
1957-1959
162 11
Wyoming
1963
162 12-21
West Toledo Mines
1963-1970
162 22-23
Young Americans for Freedom
1957-1971

General MaterialsReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box
163
J. Bracken Lee: The Taxpayer's Champion
1961
164
Personal Correspondence
The correspondence contains letters from friends and colleagues, and the carbon copies of Lee's letters to them. Some of the personal letters deal with political subjects, but the correspondence has been left in its original order, labeled "personal" and "political." Letters are arranged chronologically.
1949-1950
165
Personal Correspondence
1951-1952
166
Personal Correspondence
1953-1954 June
167
Personal Correspondence
1954 July-1955 June
168
Personal Correspondence
1955 July-1956 June
169
Personal Correspondence
1956 July-December

Political CorrespondenceReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
170 1
Department of Education
170 2
Department of Finance, Veterans Department, State Institutions
170 3
Fish and Game
170 4
Freeways
170 5
General Information
170 6
Industry
170 7
Invitations
170 8
Legislature
170 9
Liquor Commission, Militia, and State Tax
170 10
Natural Resources
170 11
Recommendations for Personnel
170 12
Roads
170 13
State Prisons
170 14
Department of Welfare
170 15
Women's Groups
170 16
Unanswered File
171
Political Correspondence
1949-1951 December
172
Political Correspondence
1952 January-September
173
Political Correspondence
1952 October-1954 July
174
Political Correspondence
1954 August-1955 September

Miscellaneous and Re-Election CorrespondenceReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box
175
Condolences, Congratulations, and Thanks
Folder
176 1
Correspondence with Clark H. Getts
1951-1955
176 2
Correspondence with KALL Radio
176 3
Political Information to Mail Out
176 4
Re-Election Campaign Fund
1956
176 5-7
Lee Supporters After the 1956 Primary
1956

Lists of Delegates and the Independent Ticket CorrespondenceReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
177 1
Delegates to the Republican State Convention
1956
177 2-3
Utahns Opposed to the Independent Ticket
177 4-10
Supporters of the Independent Ticket

Governor Lee's Income Tax StandReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
178 1-2
Letters of Support
178 3-4
The Income Tax Case
1956
178 5-7
Letters Against the Governor's Stand
1955-1956
178 8-10
Attorney Files
1955-1956

Miscellaneous Papers and GiftsReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box
179
Contributors to the Foreign Aid Program
180
Correspondence--Gifts to the Governor
Folder
181 1-4
Gifts to the Governor
1955-1956
181 5
Newsclippings
1944-1951
181 6
Articles about Governor Lee
1952-1955
181 7
"The Minimum Wage," and "University of Utah Founder's Day," by Reuben Clark Jr.
181 8
Republican Fact Book
1950
181 9
Biographies of Governor and Mrs. Lee
181 10
The Board of Pardons
1951
181 11
Special Progress Report of the Utah State Aeronautics Commission
1949
181 12
"A Reconnaissance of the Geology and Mineral Deposits of the Lake Mountains, Utah"
1948
181 13
Miscellaneous Pamphlets, Proclamations, and Propoganda

ScrapbooksReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
182 1-2
Scrapbook II-A
1949-1953
182 3
Scrapbook II-B
1952-1965
182 4
Scrapbook III-A
1949-1951
182 5-6
Scrapbook IV-A
1949
183 1
Scrapbook IV-C
1951
183 2-3
Scrapbook IV-D
1953
183 4-5
Scrapbook IV-E
1954-1955
183 6
Scrapbook IV-F
1956
184 1
Scrapbook V-A
1949
184 2
Scrapbook V-B
1950-1952
184 3
Scrapbook V-C
1954-1955
184 4-10
Scrapbook VI-A
1949-1956
185 1-5
Scrapbook VI-A
1949-1956
185 6
Scrapbook VII-A
1949
185 7-8
Scrapbook VIII-A
1950
185 9
Scrapbook VIII-B
1950-1954
185 10
Scrapbook VIII-C
1956
186 1-2
Scrapbook IX-A
1949
186 3-4
Scrapbook IX-B
1950-1953
186 5
Scrapbook IX-C
1953-1955
186 6
Scrapbook XI-A
1949-1950
187
Scrapbooks
1949-1960
188
Scrapbooks
1949-1955
189
Scrapbooks
1952-1956
190
Scrapbooks
1949-1951
191
Scrapbooks
1951-1956
192
Scrapbooks
1949-1956
193
Scrapbooks
1949-1954
194
Scrapbooks
1961 January-1962 September
195
Scrapbooks
1962 September-1963 February
196
Scrapbook
1965 January-1966 June
197
Scrapbook
1966 June-December
198-199
Scrapbook
1967
200-201
Scrapbook
1969
202
Scrapbooks
1968; 1970
203
Scrapbooks
1970-1971

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

Subject Terms

  • Governors--Utah
  • Income tax--Utah
  • Mayors--Utah--Salt Lake City
  • Politicians--Utah

Personal Names

  • Lee, Margaret Draper