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This collection contains the daily record for the 5 th Ward School from March 9, 1891 to May 15, 1891. Louis F. Moench was the teacher. The book lists the students, attendance, and scores for subjects. The subjects include Theology, Elocution, Grammar, Physical Geography, Reading and Arithmetic. It also has a Visitors' Register at the end. Students included David Eccles, Joseph Belnap, the Farr Children, Andrew and Walter Kerr, Joseph and Hyrum Pingree and the Moench Children.
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
Utah Court transcripts of the trial proceedings held on
March 23 and May 8, 1984, Salt Lake City, Utah of
Andrew F. Ehat vs. Jerald Tanner, et al. This trial involved
the dispute over the use of Ehat’s notes of Joseph
Clayton’s journals by Jerald and Sandra Tanner for
literature published by the Tanners for their
organization, Utah Lighthouse Ministry. Photocopies.
Donated by Richard W. Sadler.
Two articles from the “Request,” a newsletter by Andrew Husberg, ca. 1935,
1936. One is titled, “Wanted Strikebreakers to Grow Beets for Sugar Co. & Church Leaders,” ca.
1935. The second is titled, “The Reaction to a Request for a General Assembly,” ca. 1936.
MS 22 contains Xerox copies of a news article in the Deseret News Series. This incomplete text is copied from news clippings found in a scrapbook, which was compiled by Mr. and Mrs. James A. Hurst.
This collection contains drawings of Tabernacle Square and Landscape by Leslie Hodgson and W. T. Stillwell. The drawings were donated in 1979 by Carolyn Nebeker and Thomas J. Moore. The drawings are located in the Mapcase.
This collection contains items mostly pertaining to the building of the 30 th and 35 th Wards Chapel in Ogden, Utah. Arthur Dale was the Bishop of the 30 th Ward. He was also employed with the United State Postal Service at the Ben Lomond Station. This collection was purchased from Schwab Books in 2004.