Business and Industry
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 44 Collections and/or Records:
Overview This collection contains materials gathered by Sterling Sessions and Gene Sessions during their research from 1976-2004 on the history of Utah Construction Company. Most of the collection are photocopies of original documents.
Dates: 1976 - 2004
Overview This collection contains the photographs that were displayed during the 2003 symposium.
Overview This collection contains photographs used in the 2005 UCC symposium display on UCC and Building America's Defense. The photographs are categorized by founders, World War II, Lucky Mc, and Missile Centers. The captions are included with the photographs.
Overview This collection contains the photographs and captions used during the 2006 exhibit showcasing Utah 's smaller international project. The photographs are divided geographically.
Overview This collection contains nine boxes of matted photographs that were used during the 2001 inaugural Utah Construction Company Symposium. Each photograph is double matted with acid-free mats and has Velcro on the back for placing onto the panels. The photographs are separated by acid-free paper to prevent scratching of the photos from the Velcro. The photographs detail the history of the company from 1900-1976 including photos of the founders and major worldwide projects completed by the...
Dates: 1900 - 1976
Overview The Utah Construction Company/Utah International Archives was donated to the Special Collections Department of the Stewart Library by Edmund W. Littlefield of San Francisco in October 1999. The acquisition consists of records pertaining to the construction and mining activities of the company. In the manuscript records, the Board of Directors and employees often refer to Utah Construction Company as “Utah.” The Thomas D. Dee Family donated “An Inventory of Corporate Records: 1906 to 1961” in...
Dates: 1900 - 1976
Overview This collection contains a bound two volume set of the merger documents. The collection was donated by Bruce T. Mitchell, attorney. An additional set of these documents is housed in MS 100 Utah Construction Company/ Utah International Collection.