McKay, David O.
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Correspondence from the Becker Brewing & Malting Co., Ogden, Utah, to David
O. McKay, apostle to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and from David O. McKay
to G.L. Becker. Correspondence dates are August 20, 1914, September 11, 1914, and September
16, 1914. This correspondence concerns purchase of dried grains for chicken and cattle feeding.
Original and mimeograph copies.
Ogden Stake birthday invitation and program for David O. McKay, September 8,
1939. At this time, McKay was fifty-six years of age and served as Second Counselor to Heber J.
Grant, president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Included is a poem on the
back of the program by Mary A. Schaer, “President David O. McKay.
This collection contains materials collected by the McKay-Dee Foundation. Included are items relating to the Dee School of Nursing, Dee Hospital, Dee Family, McKay Hospital and McKay-Dee Hospital. These include papers, photographs, scrapbooks, and older medical instruments. The items are being housed at Weber State University as part of an agreement with the McKay-Dee Foundation.
Items related to the Ogden, Utah Tabernacle of the Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter-day Saints. Includes a program for a concert of John Philip Sousa and his band held
December 1, 1919; a souvenir program for “Dedicatory Services, Ogden Latter-day Saints’
Tabernacle,” Sunday, February 12, 1956; and a program for “The First Annual David O. McKay
Honor Day,” February 25, 1965.
This collection contains correspondence to and from David W. Evans of Ogden, Utah. Most of the correspondence is retained copies sent from Evans. The bulk of the alphabetized collection concerns the death of Evans' wife, Mamie. Some of the most notable letters are from David O. McKay and Joseph Fielding Smith.