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2 Rivers Arts Festival post, June 30 – July 1, 2001. Celebration of culture, arts,
resources and environment for Ogden City and Weber County, Utah. Oversize manuscript
Back of photo reads: “Ogden Officials Indicted: Amassa M. Hammon, Sheriff of Weber County, Utah, named in a federal indictment with prominent Ogden officials on a dry law charge. April 3, 1933.
"OV photo of Ben Lomond and Washington Blvd.; Hotel table cloth; newspaper article"
Newspapers, newspaper articles and obituaries of early Davis and Weber County, Utah residents. Also, legal papers pertaining to early Weber County pioneers, William and Timothy Kendell.
This collection of papers relates the long and successful career of Elizabeth A. Vance in local, state and national Democratic Party politics. It is more than a personal history of Mrs. Vance’s political activities, however. It is also a chapter in the history of the Democratic Party in Weber County and the state of Utah since World War II.
This is a collection of the efforts that a community put forth in order to assist the mentally disabled children that live within their community. It includes the struggles and efforts that the parents, teachers and students have encountered over the years in order to achieve their goals. This project has evolved into the Enabled Industries, Inc. that exist today.
A collection donated to the library collection by and concerning Francis Warnick and the Weber Basin Project.
This collection contains the printer plates used in the publication "History of Medicine in Weber County."