Found in 96 Collections and/or Records:
Letter from Fawn McKay Brodie to Mrs. George Clement (“Trudie”) of Beverly
Hills, California, expressing thanks for a note about Brodie’s book, The Devil Drives. She
discusses Sir Richard Francis Burton’s book, Book of the Sword, and the fact that her personal
copy was more expensive than one that Trudie found. Dated August 30, 1970 from her home in
Pacific Palisades, California.
Itemized receipt for sale of goods and correspondence to M.E. Carter of Fort
Bridger, Wyoming. Correspondence concerns goods sold to Carter from various businesses in
Ogden, Utah. Items are dated 1878, 1882, and 1883.
Correspondence to early Ogden, Utah businessman, Fred J. Kiesel. Letters are from his mother, his sisters, Marie and Louise, and his grandfather, Christoph H. Kiesel. Several letters are written in German and these have typewritten pages of English translation. Also included is a genealogy page for the Kiesel family. Letters are dated 1857, 1860, 1862, and 1863.
This collection contains requisitions, purchase orders, student time sheets, memoranda and correspondences from Fred S. Rabe and from Photography Services at Weber State University.
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.
Postcards from various states sent to George, Vera, and Betty Bowman of Ogden,
Utah, during period of 1937, 1942, 1946, and 1952. George Patton Bowman married Vera
Petersen December 31, 1920. George Bowman’s father was William Andrew Bowman and his
mother was Emma Theresa Dye.
Letter from George E. Maule addressed to “Dear Brother,” dated August 20,
1909, Ogden, Utah. Letter concerns “Bamberger proposition” about some real estate, and the
“Kadich Investment Co. matter” and Fred J. Kiesel. There is also some mention of an “irrigation
scheme” and the Utah Legislature.
Biographical sketch, correspondence, news clippings, and photographs of George L. Nichols, Ogden, Utah, 1896 – 1972. Included is The National Society of Professional Engineers Membership certificate for George L. Nichols, who was a member of the Utah Society of Professional Engineers, dated October 20, 1952. This certificate is located in the MSS Oversize Drawer.
Letter from Alan Godell from “Bill dated September 2, 1934, Wallace, Idaho.
Includes some small talk and mention of labor union politics in the Sunshine Mining Co.