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James Olsen Sr. and James Olsen Jr. worked as Engineers for the Utah Construction and Mining Company. The mines they worked in were primarily in the Western United States. James Olsen Jr. donated this collection to WSU in May 2009. The collection is arranged by subject headings alphabetically with a miscellaneous section placed at the end of the collection.
Information concerning the Lucky Mc Mine uranium operation in Wyoming.
Includes narrative histories, company directory, newspaper articles, and a stock certificate.
Donated by Charles D. Snow, 2004.
These items were donated in 2002 by the Dee family. The collection contains two framed certificates presented to Lawrence T. Dee and a framed photograph of Lucky Mc in Wyoming. Lucky Mc was an uranium mine owned and operated by Utah International, of which Lawrence T. Dee served as a member of the Board of Directors.
This collection contains the photographs and captions displayed during the 2002 UCC Symposium at Weber State University, Stewart Library.
This collection contains photographs used in the 2005 UCC symposium display on UCC and Building America's Defense. The photographs are categorized by founders, World War II, Lucky Mc, and Missile Centers. The captions are included with the photographs.