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Letter from Ogden, Utah pioneer and prominent citizen, Aaron F. Farr to Brigham
Young, Heber C. Kimball, and Daniel H. Wells of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day
Saints, accepting their invitation to attend a festival in the New Theatre in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Letter is dated July 2, 1863. This letter includes a typewritten transcription. Located in the vault
This collection contains materials collected from the Abbey during 2002-2003. It includes information of the Capital Campaign to build a new Monastery. It also houses two reel to reel tapes.
Two brief letters from Ogden, Utah attorney, Abbot R.
Heywood to John M. Cannon dated January 25, 1902 and
February 11, 1902. Correspondence concerns Willard
Letter from A.C. Adamson of the United States treasury Department to J.J.
Barclay concerning finding employment for Barclay. Letter is dated November 6, 1865.
Photograph of West Ogden taken by the Adams Brothers in the late 19th Century. The Adams Brothers owned and operated a studio on Main (Washington) Street in Ogden. The photograph is west of Ogden including farm land and the city skyline in the background.
This collection contains invitations, brochures, programs, and ephemera from events in Ogden.
Of particular note is material related to the 1997 Sundance film Festival, the Utah musical
Theatre, and the Ogden Egyptian Center. Materials range in date from 1993 – 1997.
Writing on back of photo reads: Acme Newspictures…San Francisco Bureau…SF 5189 Ogden Official Indicted: A.E. Wilfong, Chief of Police at Ogden, Utah, named in a federal indictment with other Ogden officials charged with conspiracy to violate the dry law.