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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.
Claude H. Pratt Utah Territorial Reform School and Utah State Industrial School Photograph Collection
This collection contains two photographs of the wrestling teams for Clearfield High School. The teams are for the years 1994-1995 and 1995-1996. These photographs were donated in June 2010 by Stephanie Combe whose father Max Stander was the wrestling coach.
The collection contains the resume and obituary of Daniel Favero, papers and records concerning the accounting and business classes he taught, records pertaining to the School of Business and Economics from 1959-2009, and the struggle for four-year status of Weber College. Collection also contains plans for the development of the Harrison campus and the planning guide for the business building.
This collection is arranged alphabetically and chronologically.
This collection contains correspondences, papers, meeting minutes, newspaper articles, and records about the Logistics Program at Weber State and has the presentations, papers and correspondences of Dix Cloward, the Program’s founder.
This collection contains printout of the Echo City School Registers from 1896-1902. The originals were scanned and then destroyed due to a mold outbreak and deterioration. This collection was transferred from Utah State University in 2007. They were originally donated by Margaret Wright in 1976 as part of the Echo Roller Mill Papers.
This collection includes materials from Ogden High School.
History of Mound Fort School, Ogden, Utah. Compiled and arranged by Mary Lou
Sorenson, librarian at Mound Fort Jr. High School. Three pages in length, n.d.