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Abstract This photograph collection was donated with the John and Vera Eccles Manuscript collection. The photographs are broken up into two parts, professional and personal. This collection contains the personal photographs of John David and his family. There are three main series to this collection, Photographs, Negatives, and Slides. The Photograph series is broken up into sub-series of Families with the rest of the photographs being listed as Extended Family, Events, Buildings and...
Dates: 1900 - 1990
Scope and Contents The John D. and Vera Eccles Collection was donated by their children in and is made up ofpersonal and professional papers that span two centuries. The collection is broken up into twomain series, Family and Business, with the Oral History Institute and Publications being minorseries at the end of the collection.The Family series contains papers of a personal nature for John D. and other members of hisfamily including his...
Dates: Other: Date Not Yet Determined
Abstract Book of brochures, letters, magazine and newspaper articles tracing the career achievements of Marriner Stoddard Eccles, 1890-1977. Marriner S. Eccles founded the First Security Corporation in 1928 and eventually would serve under President Franklin Delano Roosevelt as Assistant to the Secretary of the Treasury and then as Governor of the Federal Reserve System. In 1951, he resigned from the Federal Reserve Board. During his career, he was also president, director, and chairman of...
Dates: 1890 - 1977
Abstract This collection contains a minute book of the Ogden, Logan & Idaho Railway Company. It includes Articles of Incorporation, Board of Director's Minutes 1914-1920, shareholders, resolutions, and the name change to Utah Idaho Central Railway in December 28, 1917. A list of Board Members in 1914 includes: M. S. Browning, A. P. Bigelow, W. H. Wattis, E. O. Wattis, D. C. Eccles, Joseph Scowcroft, L. Royal Eccles, Gus Becker, Marriner Eccles, and Joseph Howell. The minute book ranges from...
Dates: 1914 - 1920