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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
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
This collection contains 14 albums with over 1100 letters, cards and ephemera from 1942-1946 written by Loeb to his family. Loeb served in Ogden at Hill Airfield from May 27, 1942 - February 14, 1944.
Christmas letter from Anderson Lumber Company of Northern Utah sent to
business patrons, December 1943.
Short letter from J. Blickennaefer to F. Hoognian of Provo, Utah, May 27, 1881.
Concerns Blickennaefer seeking employees for the railroad. He requests that interested parties
meet at Ogden, Utah, telegraph office.
This collection contains correspondence between Charles, his wife Ida, their families and friends. It also houses some of Charles’s photographs. The bulk of the photograph collection is taken from 5x7 glass plate negatives. Boxes 6-11, contain glass plate negatives taken by Charles housed in negative sleeves.
Military correspondence, certificates, discharges, photograph, and miscellaneous United States Armed Forces papers pertaining to Ogden, Utah natives, Charles B. and Earl M. Stone. Most of these documents pertain to World War II service. Included is a commendation for Charles Stone’s military duty, signed by President Harry S. Truman.