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This collection containes three series. Series 1, Plays and musicals, 1956-1988; Series 2, General office files, 1958-1987; Series 3, Asian studies, 1956-1991. Original order was maintained as much as possible, thus each series is in alphabetical order based on title or subject matter.
The files are arranged alphabetically by topic and then chronologically. The addendum is also organized alphabetically by topic and then chronologically.
This collection contains the research and writings of L. Kay Gillespie on crime, quackery, media, social class, and miscellaneous topics. It also contains papers and photographs related to his time as a professor as well as personal documents.
The collection includes memoranda, correspondence, meeting minutes, agendas, and reports.
This collection contains course information, student and faculty papers, newspaper and journal articles, books, cassette tapes, department notices, and lecture resources pertaining to the courses taught by Dr. Lee McKenzie throughout her career and specifically at Weber State College and Weber State University.
Arranged into four series: Series 1, Seminars, 1986-1990; Series 2, Grants and programs, 1984-1991; Series 3, Reports and finances, 1986-1990; Series 4, Other office papers, 1985-1991.
This collection contains the budgets, certificates, correspondence, forms, minutes, proposals, publications, reports, requisitions, and resources of Project Stimulating Neighborhood Action Process (SNAP) overseen by Dr. Nielson of the College of Education.
This collection contains publications, oral histories, autobiographies, booklets, and newspaper articles.
This collection contains the research and writings of Richard M. Alston on economics with special attention paid to the economics of the environment.
This collection is divided up into nine series: Series 1: General office files, 1937-2009; Series 2: Athletics, 1972-1985; Series 3: Board of Regents, 1978-1985; Series 4: Correspondence, 1978-1987; Series 5: Other colleges, universities, and public schools, 1975-1985; Series 6: Individuals, 1975-1985; Series 7: Academic schools, 1974-1988; Series 8: Boy Scouts of America and Cub Scouts, 1976-1981; and Series 9: the Brady Years at Weber, 1978-1985.