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Letters and notes between author Vardis Fisher and Clarence Major of Omaha, Nebraska, November - December, 1963. Topics of the correspondence include Fisher’s comments on his personal favorite book which he has written and his views on the politics of several Idaho newspapers.
This collection contains material from the Weber Arts Council mainly focusing on the finances of the council. Some of these finances range from RAMP grants to fundraisers. Other materials in this collection consist of correspondence, projects, publications and miscellaneous documents.
Letter from the Hall of Weber Lodge, Utah, to the secretary of the Boise Lodge,
Idaho, asking for verification of a member claiming to be from the Boise Lodge. Signed by the
secretary of the Weber Lodge, E.D. Reed, January 14, 1876. Includes envelope to letter.
Correspondence from the Church Of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints’ courts of the Weber Stake dated 1886-1897. Letters are written by stake and ward leaders and individuals. Includes complaints, proceeding seminars, statements of testimony, and appeal requests. Cases stated cover land ownership, disputes, membership status, and debt collection. Places of origin include Ogden, Kanesville, Peterson, Hoopersville, West Weber, Huntsville, Marriott, and Harrisville.
Letter addressed to Elmer from Violet, dated November 17, 1918, Willard City,
Utah. Letter is full of casual conversation and implies that Elmer is still enlisted in the military,
although World War I is over.
This collection contains 18 letters written from William Jordan of Rawlings, Wyoming to his sweetheart Mae Hanley from 1912-1915. Mae was living in Ogden Utah from time period working for W. H. Wright and Sons store. The letters detail Jordan's live in Wyoming and his wishing for Mae's return. This collection was purchased from Ebay in 2004.