Wattis, Edmund O.
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents This collection includes materials from Edmund Wattis Littlefield’s professional life while he was thePresident of the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce, Board of Trustees at Stanford University in 1956,President and General Manager of Utah Construction & Mining Company also in 1956, the Director ofGeneral Electric, and possessor of other prestigious positions. Other materials in this collection alsoinclude correspondence between family...
Dates: 1917 - 1963
Scope and Contents Standard Examiner installments of E.O. Wattis autobiography, “E.O. Wattis PensStory of Earliest Experience,” February 5, 1934, and “Corey and Wattis Become Noted WesternContractors,” February 6, 1934. Also included are photocopies of photographs of the UtahConstruction Company’s early days in the late 19 th century, and E.O. Wattis with H.W. Morrisonat the site of Hoover Dam in 1931; and a letter from Marsha Lundgren, Development Directory...
Dates: Other: Date Not Yet Determined
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
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