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Girls Scouts--Utah

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Bertha Eccles

 Item
Identifier: MSS-478
Dates: Other: Date Not Yet Determined

Camp Fire Girls

 Item
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

Harris-Hite Family Archives

 Collection
Identifier: MS-423
Scope and Contents The Harris-Hite collection was donated by Sharon Ruth Hite Lewis, granddaughter of MattieWattis Harris. It contains materials that were assembled in binders, each one pertaining to anindividual in the Wattis, Harris or Hite family. The order in which they were received has beenretained as closely as possible, so this collection is organized by individual family members,each person being a series, beginning with Mattie Wattis Harris. This series...
Dates: Date Not Yet Determined

Ladies Literary Club of Ogden

 Collection
Identifier: MS-422
Scope and Contents The Ladies Literary Club (LLC) of Ogden, UT, collection was donated in 2014, by KarinFairbanks on behalf of the Ladies Literary Club. The collection contains items related to theorganizations history, community activities, newspaper clippings, photographs, and various othermaterials that outline the primary history of the LLC from 1889 to 2013.Manuscript items include correspondences to and from the Club Member of the StateFederation,...
Dates: 1889 - 2013