The Weber County Chapter of the Red Cross began in December 1915.
Since 1953, students at Ben Lomond High School have been creating scrapbooks. These books document the memories of the students each year. The scrapbooks hold a snapshot and time capsule of each student body. Each one contains photographs, newspaper articles and a written yearly history.
Photograph collection of 314 photographs of Civilian Conservation Corps in the Intermountain West, built in the Depression Era of the 1930s.
Photographs of Thomas and Annie Dee and their eight children.
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.
The records of the United Methodist Church of Ogden date from 1870-2019. The records include membership rolls, baptisms, marriages, church history, photographs, newspaper articles, publications and church activities.
A collection of photographs depicting historical artifacts located in Harrisville, Utah.
Historical documents donated by residents in the Weber, Davis, Morgan Communities.
A collection of documents, photographs, and artifacts from the life and teaching career of John G. Lind.
Autobiographies, Oral Histories, History of Marriott, History of Slaterville.
A collection of artifacts, photos, and documents from the life and teaching career of Louis Frederick Moench.
Geological thermal water lake resort developed in 1889.
Morgan County historic documents, pioneer histories, photographs, and family records.
Leslie Hodgson and Eber Piers were important architects in Ogden during the early part of the 1900s.
For nearly twenty years after the first pioneers came to Utah, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints was the only religious denomination in the area.
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 its heyday from 1916 to 1971.
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 Feather River Railroad from 1906-1907.
Five volume set documenting the history of Utah Construction Company from 1900 to 1964.
These scrapbooks document through photographs the construction of the dam showcasing UCC's part in its creation.
In 1928, Utah Construction Company completed its first project outside of the United States with the 110 mile railroad for Southern Pacific of Mexico.
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.
UCUI (Utah Construction-Utah International) annual reports spanning from 1947 to 1976.
Photographs highlighting the company.
The collection consists of memorabilia from the symposium.
Includes the minutes of the stockholder's meetings with both Utah International and General Electric.
Interviews of citizens from several different walks of life conducted by Stewart Library personnel, Weber State University faculty and students, and other members of the community.
The Polk Directories contain business and residential addresses and phone numbers for the Ogden Area from 1870 to the present.
Scrapbooks with articles and images concerning Weber State University's Bands.
A 22 page Scrapbook put together by Weber State College covering the years between 1970 to 1971, 1980, and 2008.
The annual catalog issued by Weber from 1896 to the present.
Travelling photograph exhibits created by the Weber State University Archives to display the history of the institution.
Historical publications produced by Weber faculty, staff, and alumni from 1889 to 1989.
Early publications of Weber student literary magazines depicting student life, student publications, and documenting Weber history from 1904 to 1980.
The interviews explore the process of achieving university status, as well as major issues including accreditation, diversity, faculty governance, changes in leadership, curricular developments, etc.
Weber's first newspaper came from the Acorn, a literary publication from 1905 to 1916.
Interviews by students working with several different professors on the Weber State campus on a variety of subjects.
The WSU Doctor of Nursing Practice degree program is designed to prepare nurses for an advanced level of nursing science, leadership, and practice.
Collection of Weber State University Student Master's Theses.
Digital artifact museum which documents the daily life of Utahans in all their diversity.
Scrapbook created by members of the Weber College Whip Club, the school's pep club, covering the years between 1946 and 1955.
Yearbooks include photographs of students, class officers, faculty, athletics, clubs, activities, organizations, and advertisements from local businesses.
Diary, personal letters and photos of Edmond Arthur Littlefield principally from his service in the American Field Service during World War I. Other items include pre and post WWI letters and photos.
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.
This collection contains journals, a scrapbook, photos, and postcards from his time in the US Military.
German and Italian World War II POWs photographs, correspondence, publications and Oral Histories.