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2nd District Court Records

 Collection
Identifier: MS-453

Ambassador Mark Evans Austad Collection

 Collection
Identifier: MS-107
Scope and Contents Nearly sixty (60) linear feet of correspondence, newspaper clippings, photograph, films and memorabilia are included in MS 107. Contained in this wide range of materials is information which chronicles more than half a century (1926-1981) in the life of a man noted for his business achievements and public service, his abilities as an orator, and for his extensive travels. To improve access to this information, the collection’s papers and supporting records have been grouped according to...

Geo. S. Dean Collection

 Item
Identifier: MSS-132
Scope and Contents Miscellaneous papers pertaining to Ogden, Utah, attorney, Geo. S. Dean. Dates

vary from 1886 to 1927, and items include a business card, invitation to reception, Standard

Examiner receipt, and property tax notices.

Herbert B. Maw Autobiography

 Collection
Identifier: MS-171
Overview This collection consists of a type-script copy of Herbert B. Maw Autobiography. The copy is bound and includes corrections to the original manuscript. Also on the front cover is a brief genealogy of Herbert Maw. Maw was born on March 11, 1893. He served as Governor of Utah and State Senator for eighteen years.

Jesse Holther Collection

 Collection
Identifier: MS-446
Scope and Contents The Jesse Holther collection was donated by Margaret Bagley, his niece, in 2015. Jesse Holther was born January 5, 1894 in Ogden, Utah to L.J. and Dora P. Holther. He attended and graduated from Ogden High in 1912, and studied law at the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor. He enlisted in the U.S. Army on July 14, 1917 and served with the Engineers in the A.E.F. in France. On February 20, 1921 he married Helene Marie Grieve in Denver, Colorado whom he met at the University of Michigan. He had a...

Journal of the Utah Constitutional Convention

 Collection
Identifier: MS-246
Overview Memorabilia from the 1895 Journal of Utah Constitutional Convention.

The Mrs. Henry Aldous (Lucille) Dixon Collection

 Collection
Identifier: MS-118
Scope and Contents MS 118 comprises five (5) document boxes and three (3) volumes pertaining to the political career of Henry Aldous Dixon. It is by no means an exhaustive record of that career. It is, however, an overview of his more important achievements. The collection highlights Congressman Dixon’s involvement with the 84th, 85th and 86th Congresses. In addition, it provides a synopsis of how he came to be chosen as the Republican candidate for the office of First District Representative in...

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