Since 1953, students at Ben Lomond High School have been creating scrapbooks.
Photograph collection of 314 photographs of Civilian Conservation Corps in the Intermountain West
Geological thermal water lake resort developed in 1889.
Photographs of Thomas and Annie Dee and their eight children, a collection of 27 handwritten or t
Student yearbooks and oral histories from the Dee School of Nursing.
Diaries written by Annie Taylor Dee and her daughter, Annie Maude Dee Porter from 1915-1964.
Collection of 327 various handwritten or typed business, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Sai
Historical documents donated by residents in the Weber, Davis, Morgan Communities.
Autobiographies, Oral Histories, History of Marriott, History of Slaterville, and the History of
This collection contains historic documents from the greater Morgan County area, along with pione
Leslie Hodgson and Eber Piers were important architects in Ogden during the early part of the 190
Images of businesses and homes in the Ogden area.
For nearly twenty years after the first pioneers came to Utah, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latt
Over the past 100 years, students at Ogden High School have been creating scrapbooks.
The Ogden Union Stockyard was a key fixture in the largest livestock market west of Denver during
74 diaries of Dr. Edward Rich and his wife Almira. They begin in 1892 and run through 1965.
The St. Benedict’s School of Nursing was founded in 1947 by the Sisters of Mount Benedict.
Tremonton, Utah is located in the Bear River Valley, just west of the Bear River.
Two scrapbooks in deteriorating condition of photographs that document the building of the Feathe
Five volume set documenting the history of Utah Construction Company from 1900 to 1964.
In 1931, Utah joined Six Companies Inc.
Board of Directors meetings for the Utah Construction Company.
Speeches given by E.W. Littlefield from 1952-1997.
Five volumes of the names and amount of stock owned by the stockholders from 1900-1954.
In 1928, Utah Construction Company completed its first project outside of the United States with
UCUI (Utah Construction-Utah International) annual reports spanning from 1947 to 1976.
Photographs highlighting the company's founders and laborers, and their work on canals, construct
Weber State University, Stewart Library Annual Utah Construction-Utah International Symposium too
Includes the minutes of the stockholder's meetings with both Utah International and General Elect
Digital artifact museum which documents the daily life of Utahans in all their diversity.
A 22 page Scrapbook put together by Weber State College covering the years between 1970 to 1971,
Scrapbook created by members of the Weber College Whip Club, the school's pep club, covering the
The Polk Directories contain business and residential addresses and phone numbers for the Ogden A
Early publications of Weber student literary magazines depicting student life, student publicati
Yearbooks include photographs of students, class officers, faculty, athletics, clubs, activities,
Travelling photograph exhibits created by the Weber State University Archives to display the hist
Interviews by students working with several different professors on the Weber State campus on a v
The annual catalog issued by Weber from 1896 to the present.
Historical publications produced by Weber faculty, staff, and alumni from 1889 to 1989.
The interviews explore the process of achieving university status,
Collection of Weber State University Student Master's Theses.
Weber's first newspaper came from the Acorn, a literary publication from 1905 to 1916.
Interviews of citizens from several different walks of life conducted by Stewart Library personne
Diary, personal letters and photos of Edmond Arthur Littlefield principally from his service in t
Photographs of the Armistice Parade that took place in Ogden, Utah in 1919.
Service cards of men and women from Weber County that served during World War I.
German and Italian World War II POWs photographs, correspondence, publications and Oral Histories