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Brotherhood’s Relief and Compensation Fund Time Book

 Item
Identifier: MSS-199
Scope and Contents Time Book for the Brotherhood’s Relief and Compensation Fund of railroad men

belonging to Henry W. Cheney of Ogden, Utah, 1934.
Dates: 1934

Browning Family Genealogy

 Collection
Identifier: MS-272
Overview This collection contains a hand-written document of the Browning Family genealogy along with a typed document of the Middletons genealogy. Both items were transferred from Utah State University in June 2005.
Dates: Other: Date Not Yet Determined

Browning Firearms

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Identifier: MSS-141
Scope and Contents Advertisements, booklet, brochure, and receipt for Browning Bros. firearms,

Ogden, Utah, ca. 1890 to 1961.
Dates: 1890 - 1961

Bruce T. Mitchell Collection

 Collection
Identifier: MS-185
Overview This collection was donated by Mr. Mitchell who served as legal counsel for Utah International. He previously donated the merger documents with General Electric. These are MS 156. The complete archive of Utah Construction Company/ Utah International is MS 100 and housed in Special Collections.
Dates: 1974 - 1985

Budge Family Photographs

 Collection
Identifier: P-145
Overview This is a collection of photographs of relatives and friends of the Budge family. This collection was donated in 2008 by Ashley Allen.
Dates: Other: Date Not Yet Determined

Bureau of Public Roads

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Identifier: P-172
Overview This collection contains a photograph of the United States Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Public Roads in Ogden Utah taken March 25, 1935.
Dates: 1935

Burt Baty Photograph

 Collection
Identifier: P-197
Overview Contains CD-R and photocopy of photograph.
Dates: 1928

Cadet Corps Nurse Uniforms

 Collection
Identifier: MS-372
Overview This collection contains two uniforms as part of the Cadet Nurses Corps during World War II. It includes a winter and spring uniform.

This collection is unprocessed.
Dates: 1941 - 1946

Camp Fire Girls

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Identifier: MSS-499
Overview Camp Fire Girls, originally Camp Fire Girls of America began in 1910 and was the first

nonsectarian organization for girls in America. It was created as the sister organization to the

Boy Scouts of America by Mrs. Charles Farnsworth, Luther Gulick, M.D. and his wife Charlotte

Vedder Gulick.
Dates: 1919-09

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