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This collection contains correspondence, programs, newspaper clippings and miscellaneous
papers such as address lists, lyrics, and a story of the 145 th Artillery. Materials range from 1917 –
1962 with some undated materials and newspaper clippings.
This collection contains a scrapbook detailing the history of the George R. Day Post 79 in Bountiful, Utah. It includes newspaper clippings, pictures, meeting minutes, and Legion news given by Commanders and other members of the Post. It also contains a list of service men killed during World War I. The items in the scrapbook range in date from 1919-1974.
Oath of Office for 2 nd Lieutenant Arthur L. Louder, 1 st Infantry, National Guard of
Utah, sworn on May 20, 1904, Weber County, Utah
This collection contains two uniforms as part of the Cadet Nurses Corps during World War II. It includes a winter and spring uniform.
This collection is unprocessed.
This collection contains information collected by the Defense Depot Ogden from 1966-1968 to try and gain an access-road and traffic light to the main entrance into the depot. The collection was donated by BDO in 2005.
This collection contains the records of the Defense Depot Ogden that was built during World War II. The depot also housed an Italian and German POW camp.
This collection contains Ogden, Utah Defense Depot historical information donated by Ernest Cook, Defense Depot historian during 1963-1966. It contains charts, correspondence, programs, early history of the Depot, and the Annual Historical Summary, 1963-1964. Also included are photographs of Depot personnel and buildings.