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106 Architectural drawings created by George Nichols who was an architect for the U.S. Forest Service Intermountain Region based in Ogden Utah.
Biographical sketch, correspondence, news clippings, and photographs of George L. Nichols, Ogden, Utah, 1896 – 1972. Included is The National Society of Professional Engineers Membership certificate for George L. Nichols, who was a member of the Utah Society of Professional Engineers, dated October 20, 1952. This certificate is located in the MSS Oversize Drawer.
This collection contains photographs, journals, scrapbooks, and architectural drawings of George Nichols. He was an architect for the U.S. Forest Service Building located in Ogden, Utah. He built ranger stations and park elements throughout Utah, Idaho and Wyoming. In this collection were also books from the International Correspondence Schools that were taken out of the collection and catalogued into Special Collections.
Newsletter entitled Old Timers News from the Old Timers’ Club, retired employees from the
United States Forest Service.
This collection contains service cards for servicemen from Weber County primarily during World War I, but also some from World War II. The cards are listed alphabetically by last name. Most of the cards include information such as their home address in Weber County, their branch of service, countries served in, discharge or death dates, and next of kin. There are also fewer than two dozen cards for nurses and Forest Service personnel.