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44th Bomb Group - 8 Ball Tails Magazine
44th Bomb Group - 8 Ball Tails Magazine
The 8 Ball Tails is a publication that chronicles the History, the Legacy, and the Stories of the 44th Bomb Group during WW II. Includes obituaries of members, stories of World War II activities, news of organization activities, etc.
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Afton Watkins Gardner Collection
Afton Watkins Gardner Collection
This collection contains images from Charles Goodman, a photographer in Bluff, Utah from the 1890s to 1912. Southern Utah and the surrounding areas are documented in Goodman's work showing an array of activity. A few images from fellow photographer Charles B. Lang, Sr. are included.
Al W. Morton Collection, 1930s-1950s
Al W. Morton Collection, 1930s-1950s
This collection documents scenic Utah. Morton photographed and filmed many of Utah's natural areas, thus helping the tourist industry. He also documented recreation activities. His films were shown in schools and as tourist promotions.
Alan K Engen Papers
Alan K Engen Papers
The Alan K. Engen papers (1840-2010) contain drafts and research for Engen's 1998 book For the Love of Skiing: A Visual History. Engen is the son of Alf and Evelyn Engen, Utah ski pioneers. He was a member of the University of Utah ski team, and had an extensive career as a competitive skier.
Alf Engen Papers
Alf Engen Papers
The Alf Engen papers (1915-1972) contain photocopied news clippings and mementos gathered by Alf Engen's mother concerning Engen's international Nordic and Alpine skiing careers. Alf Engen was a United States, Olympic, and world champion ski jumper who served as a consultant to the U.S. Army ski forces during World War II. He founded the Alf Engen Ski School at Alta, Utah.
Alta Avalanche
Alta Avalanche
A collection of important historical publications on the study of avalanches and avalanche control near Alta, Utah. This includes 31 publications of the U.S. Forest Service from the Alta Avalanche Study Center, dating from 1953-1971. Topics include introduction to avalanches, training for dog leaders, classification of snow crystals, blasting agents for snow safety, probing techniques for victims, stability of snow slabs, avalanche forces, protecting objects, and many more.
American Flame Research Committee
American Flame Research Committee
Research and scholarly material on flame and combustion.
American West Center Research Projects
American West Center Research Projects
Occasional papers and syllabi from the University of Utah's American West Center.
American Westward Migration
American Westward Migration
Diaries, maps and trails of Mormon pioneers and their westward migration in the 1850s. Diaries include Joseph C. Kingsbury, George A. Thomas, John B. Fairbanks, Joseph A. Young, and Lucia Lamb Everett.
Angus Munn Woodbury Papers
The Angus Munn Woodbury papers (1899-1967) consist of diaries, professional and personal correspondence, manuscripts and publications, research files, teaching materials, and field notes produced by Woodbury, a professor of zoology at the University of Utah, a naturalist, historian, ecologist, and administrator. Woodbury also worked with the U. S. Forest Service in Central Utah.
Antelope Island Buffalo Hunt Photograph Collection
Antelope Island Buffalo Hunt Photograph Collection
Photographs of a 1926 buffalo hunt on Antelope Island in Davis County (Utah).
Arabic Papyrus, Parchment, and Paper
Arabic Papyrus, Parchment, and Paper
The Arabic Papyrus, Parchment & Paper Collection is the largest of its kind in the United States, containing 770 Arabic papyrus documents, 1300 Arabic paper documents, and several pieces on parchment. The collection was acquired by Prof. Aziz Suriyal Atiya, founder of the Middle East Center and the Middle East Library. A large number of pieces date to the period between 700 and 850 CE. The collection includes a significant number of documents from the pre-Ottoman period and thus offers unique source material on the political, economic, religious and intellectual life of Egypt during the first two centuries of Islamic rule and the period up to Ottoman domination.
Art History MA Projects
Art History MA Projects
Masters projects for the Art History Department, University of Utah
Artifact Collection
Artifact Collection
Images of various 3D objects held by Utah Department of Heritage & Arts
Athletics
Athletics
Media guides, statistics, and programs for a variety of athletics programs at the University of Utah.
Audio-Visual Archives Collections
Audio-Visual Archives Collections
The Audio-Visual Archive is home to moving images and sounds that document the history of Utah and the West. Predominantly original and unique and often unpublished, these time-based media collections offer the opportunity to hear the voices of the past and see historic scenes and artistic visions come to life.
Aziz Suryal Atiya papers
Aziz Suryal Atiya papers
The Aziz Suryal Atiya papers (1927-1993) document the life and work of Aziz Atiya. Included are curriculum vitae, memorabilia, and personal correspondence and financial records. Also included are materials relating to his career as a teacher, scholar and author, including lecture notes, student papers, publication contracts, royalty information, materials relating to the publication of the Coptic Encyclopedia, articles, newsletters, offprints, clippings, research files and maps. Aziz S. Atiya was the founding director of the Middle East Center at the University of Utah. He was the author of many books and articles and editor of the Coptic Encyclopedia.
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Basketball Video Collection
Basketball Video Collection
The University of Utah Utes basketball team was founded in 1908. The team has finished its season among the National Collegiate Athletics Association's (NCAA) top-25 teams 19 times 1949-2009 and has played in the following conferences:-1937: Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference1938-1961: Skyline Conference1962-1998: Western Athletic Conference (WAC)1999-2010: Mountain West Conference 2011- : Pacific-12 Conference (Pac-12).
Beckwith Photograph Collection
Beckwith Photograph Collection
Photos depict families and scenes from Delta City, from the Delta City Library.
Bennion Center Archive
Bennion Center Archive
The Lowell Bennion Community Service Center was dedicated in 1987 by Chase Peterson, President of the University of Utah. He stated, “No university can rest merely with the transmission of old or the generation of new knowledge. It must also help students reach out to larger opportunities and responsibilities. That is what the Bennion Center is all about.”
Brain Institute
Brain Institute
Photos of faculty, Brain Awareness Week, and brain models.
Business Leaders Interviews
Business Leaders Interviews
One promising student engagement program at the David Eccles School of Business involves students discovering how business leaders establish their guiding principles. Student teams conducted background research on business founders and their companies. From this material, they prepared plans for interviews to be conducted by Professor Calvin Boardman, the Bill Daniels Chair in Business Ethics. Interviews with business leaders were captured on broadcast-quality digital recordings and these life histories became the basis for case development and teaching materials.
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C. R. Savage Company Portrait Collection
C. R. Savage Company Portrait Collection
The Charles Roscoe Savage Portrait Collection contains almost 15,000 images of men, women, and children who went to the Savage studio in Salt Lake for a portrait sitting during the 1930s
CAP History
CAP History
The University of Utah College of Architecture and Planning History Collection contains a variety of student projects, installation documentation, sketches, and more.
Carbon County Coal Strike Records
Carbon County Coal Strike Records
The Carbon County coal strike records (1906-1973) contain original documents and photocopies of transcripts, petitions, correspondence, newsletters, flyers, court records, and articles concerning the Carbon County Coal Strike of 1933.
Carbon County Cookbook
Carbon County Cookbook
The Carbon County Cookbook contains recipes from citizens of several cities in Carbon County, such as Helper, Kenilworth, Sunnyside, Hiawatha, Cameron, and Castle Gate, during the 1920s.
Carbon County Oral Histories
Carbon County Oral Histories
The Carbon County oral history project (1972-1993) consist of oral histories from residents of Carbon County, Utah. While the main emphasis is on living in coal mine country, the interviews are verbal snapshots of rural Utah life from the earliest settlers to as recently as 1993.
Cartoons and Caricatures of Men in Utah
Cartoons and Caricatures of Men in Utah
This collection contains artwork in the form of cartoons and caricatures of men in Utah around the turn of the twentieth century. This sketches were part of a 1906 book entitled Just for Fun: Cartoons and Caricatures of Men In Utah.
Charles Raymond Varley Slides, 1868-1986
Charles Raymond Varley Slides, 1868-1986
An ode to architecture, this collection contains images of commercial, religious, and residential buildings of Salt Lake City. "Then and now" images compare the 1886 Salt Lake streets to the streets of 1986.
Chicano Scholarship Archive
Chicano Scholarship Archive
Prior to 1970, few Utah Chicanos had attended the University of Utah and even fewer had graduated. Low educational attainment and financial hardship were some of the factors which prevented Utah's Chicano population from pursuing higher education. As a result, a group of University Chicano faculty, community representatives and students felt a need to recognize and encourage those outstanding Chicano students who were willing to provide quality service to the community while maintaining academic excellence.
City Engineers
City Engineers
The Salt Lake City Engineers Collection contains negatives from 1902-1931 that document the construction of various structures in Salt Lake City and the surrounding area. Included are images of roads, street paving, fire stations, bridges, rivers, and canyons.
Civilian Conservation Corps
Civilian Conservation Corps
The Civilian Conservation Corps in Utah collection contains images from various CCC camps throughout Utah, in both black and white and color, taken and collection by members of the CCC. This collection also has newsletters published by individual camps.
Civilian Conservation Corps Newsletters Collection, 1935-1941
Civilian Conservation Corps Newsletters Collection, 1935-1941
Newsletters published by individual Civilian Conservation Corps camps throughout Utah from 1935-1941
Classified Photographs
Classified Photographs
Containing over 30,000 images, the Classified Photograph Collection is an artificially created collection by Utah Division of State History over a forty year period. Created as a browsing collection, it is organized by subjects of popular interest regarding Utah history.
Clifford C. Snyder
Clifford C. Snyder
Dr. Snyder was Chair of the University of Utah Department of Plastic Surgery (1967-1986). He came to the University of Utah in 1967 as Emeritus Professor of Surgery and Associate Dean. Dr. Snyder’s research interests include plastic and reconstructive surgery, transplantation of organs, snake bites, regeneration of nerves and wound healing. This collection contains many of his slides from lectures given to residents and medical students.
Clifton Bray Film Negatives
Clifton Bray Film Negatives
Clifton Bray worked for the Shipler Commercial Photographer Studio and then independently. This collection contains images of Salt Lake City architecture and people in the 1920s, as well as unique images of accident scenes and business contracts for documentary purposes.
College of Architecture + Planning
College of Architecture + Planning
This collection was created by the College of Architecture + Planning at the University of Utah to facilitate the study of a wide range of local, national and international architectural styles and histories.
College of Nursing Research Lunch & Lecture Series
College of Nursing Research Lunch & Lecture Series
Lecture presentations hosted by the College of Nursing featuring faculty, graduate students, nursing professionals, and allied health experts. Each lunchtime lecture is devoted to a timely topic examining the training, research and scholarly needs of the nursing community.
Colorado Riverbed Case
Colorado Riverbed Case
Transcripts of the Colorado Riverbed Case. This case grew out of a desire by the State of Utah to determine who owned the bed of the Colorado River. Utah wanted to drill for oil and for other economic purposes in the bed of the river, but it first had to be determined who owned it, Utah or the United States. This hinged on whether the Colorado could be declared a navigable or a non-navigable river. The U.S. Supreme Court began acquiring testimony in October 1929. The final decree was issued in 1931, giving possession of the riverbed to the United States in non-navigable sections of the river in Utah. Possession of the riverbed in navigable sections of the basin was given to the State of Utah.
Computer Science Archive
Computer Science Archive
Technical reports, manuscripts and photographs document the early history of the University of Utah Computer Science Department.
Continuum
Continuum
The purpose of Continuum is to explore the traditions, heritage, and evolving excellence that are the essence of Utah’s flagship public institution of higher education.The magazine seeks to offer insight into University-related events, to help stimulate thought and formulate opinion, and to place in perspective the unfolding chapters of University history. Continuum also aspires to enhance the image of the University, promote pride in the institution, and demonstrate its national and international reach and influence.
Cycling Utah
Cycling Utah
Cycling Utah is the source for Utah bicycling Information and Intermountain West bicycling information.
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Daughters of the American Revolution Papers
Daughters of the American Revolution Papers
Advertising pamphlets; scrapbooks containing organizational records including clippings, programs, announcements, correspondence, awards, photographs, and obituaries; publications of the NSDAR. Materials from the Lake Bonneville Chapter and the Uintah Chapter are included in this collection.
Daughters of Utah Pioneers, Phillips Camp Biographies
Daughters of Utah Pioneers, Phillips Camp Biographies
The Daughters of Utah Pioneers, Phillips Camp biographies (circa 1940-1974) is a collection of biographical sketches of Utah pioneers submitted to the Phillips Camp, Daughters of Utah Pioneers, in Kaysville, Utah.
Denver & Rio Grande Payroll Ledgers
Denver & Rio Grande Payroll Ledgers
The Denver & Rio Grande payroll ledgers contain the employment records for workers between 1889-1919. The ledgers document the pay of employees from different departments, such as the Agent's Office, the Baggage Department, and the Transfer Gang.
Department of Modern Dance and Ballet
Department of Modern Dance and Ballet
The University of Utah Dance Theses Collection in the Audio Visual Archives consists of 64 video recordings, ranging from 1967 to 2001, of graduate thesis concerts presented by MFA candidates from the Departments of Ballet and of Modern Dance. The portion of this collection that is presented online consists of digitized VHS and UMatic tapes and several have deteriorated due to age and sticky shed syndrome, which affects magnetic tapes. The quality of the digitized version of these tapes has been greatly affected by this deterioration, demonstrating the need for greater preservation and digitization of audiovisual materials. For a full list of dance theses held by the Audio Visual Archives visit: http://campusguides.lib.utah.edu/danceinutah
Downwinders of Utah Archive
Downwinders of Utah Archive
Beginning in 1951, the era of nuclear weapons testing was a time of tremendous change at both national and local levels. In the name of national security, a variety of nuclear weapons were tested in a remote area of the Nevada desert known as the Nevada Test Site. Fallout and radiation from these tests have affected communities across the nation, resulting in ongoing health problems, loss of life, and generational impacts that continue to this day. This collection features a collection of interviews, stories and personal accounts with Downwinder victims, families and advocates.
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Earl Douglass Papers
Earl Douglass Papers
The Earl Douglass papers (1879-1953) consist of the family and business records of Earl Douglass (1862-1931), a paleontologist from Minnesota, including the records of the discovery, history, and development of Dinosaur National Monument.
Ellis Reynolds Shipp Papers
Ellis Reynolds Shipp Papers
This collection contains the papers of Dr. Ellis Reynolds Shipp, one of Utah's first female physicians. It includes her writings in the form of correspondence to family and friends, diary entries, autobiographical works and some poetry and general notes. Subjects such as early medical practice, family history, polygamy, and life in nineteenth and early twentieth century Utah are found.
Encoded Archival Description (EAD) Finding Aids
Encoded Archival Description (EAD) Finding Aids
See the descriptions (also known as Finding Aids) of what is in the manuscript and photo collections. Registers may include a full description of the collection, a biographical or historical sketch of the creator of the collection, a note on its scope and content, and other information, as well as an inventory of the contents of the collection. For some collections, only an inventory is available.
Esplin Family Collection
Esplin Family Collection
The John Esplin family papers (1842-2009) contain documents from John Esplin and his descendants, a majority of which relate to family genealogy. John Esplin immigrated to the United States in the 1850s and settled in Utah.
Everett L. Cooley Oral History Project
Everett L. Cooley Oral History Project
The Everett L. Cooley oral history project is an ongoing oral history program designed to document the history of Utah with an emphasis on the interaction between the University of Utah and the local and regional communities.
Everett Ruess Family Papers
Everett Ruess Family Papers
Collection contains diaries, correspondence, postcards, school work and original writings, and other documents related to Everett Ruess and his family.
Evidence Based Practice Poster Fair
Evidence Based Practice Poster Fair
Beginning in 2014, the Evidence Based Practice Council of the University of Utah Hospitals and Clinics (UUHC) has sponsored a poster fair that encourages employees and students to share projects and research initiatives. This collection contains posters presented by University of Utah Healthcare employees and students, all of whom have led a quality improvement effort in their department and wanted to share their story.
Extreme Affordability Conference
Extreme Affordability Conference
Extreme Affordability was a regional conference hosted by the University of Utah in 2017, developed as a clear and undisputed rally point for those redesigning the systems and processes by which we deliver value in health care. The Extreme Affordability Conference collection includes presentations and posters from this conference.
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Fayez A. Sayegh Collection
Fayez A. Sayegh Collection
The Sayegh Collection, donated by Dr. Fayez A. Sayegh's widow, Mrs. Arlene Briem Sayegh to the J. Willard Marriott Library's Middle East Library, contains approximately 10,000 written works, of which at least 400-500 are of his correspondence and unpublished notations; several hundred tape recordings and films of his speeches and interviews; and his personal library of four to five thousand volumes. The collection focuses on the Arab-Israeli conflict as well as on topics of the theology of Islam, Christianity, and Judaism; international law; United States foreign policy; world history; and, philosophy. The digital collection is a sampling of Dr. Fayez's written works.
Football Video Collection
Football Video Collection
Football game videos and training footage for the Utah Utes football team.
Frederick William Reynolds Lectures
Frederick William Reynolds Lectures
The annual F.W. Reynolds Lectureships at the University of Utah serve a double purpose. First, through a distinguished member of its faculty, the University presents an important yearly offering to the public.Second, the Lectureship commemorates in a fitting way the unique service of Professor Reynolds to the institution and to the State. The selection committee acts upon recommendations of the Deans who are made responsible for nominating faculty members of outstanding accomplishments in their schools. The University presents the lecture through the medium of its Extension Division. The Reynolds Lectureship has now become firmly established as a University function promoted and administered by the University.
Fredrick and Nellie Hill Salt Lake City Photograph Collection
Fredrick and Nellie Hill Salt Lake City Photograph Collection
This collection includes images taken by Fredrick and Nellie Hill on their honeymoon in 1892. After their marriage in Massachusetts, the pair traveled by train throughout the west, photographing their experiences. These images document their time in Utah and include unique views of the Salt Lake valley from the scaffolding of the LDS Salt Lake Temple.
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GApp Lab Wrap Kits
GApp Lab Wrap Kits
Every semester at the University of Utah, approximately twenty students from the EAE (Entertainment Arts and Engineering) / MGS (Master Games Studio) program are selected to work in The Therapeutic Games and Apps Lab, a collaboration between EAE, the Center for Medical Innovation and the Eccles Health Sciences Library. This collection showcases the innovative, clinically validated games and apps developed during the program.
General Refractories Company Collection
General Refractories Company Collection
This collections documents the expansion to the General Refractories Company in Lehi, Utah in 1955-1956, highlighting the brick trade as part of Utah's clay industry.
George A. Smith Papers
George A. Smith Papers
The George A. Smith family papers (1731-1968) are composed of personal papers of George A. Smith, Elias Smith, John Henry Smith, George Albert Smith, Lucy Emily Woodruff Smith Wilford Woodruff and Emily Smith Stewart. The collection includes early Smith family documents, family records, diaries and daybooks. George Albert Smith was first counselor to President Brigham Young from 1868 to 1875 and was recognized as the father of southern settlements in Utah, the chief of which, St. George, was named in his honor.
George Cannon Young Architecture
George Cannon Young Architecture
Architectural drawings and designs from George Cannon Young's firm, Deseret Architects and Engineers, for a variety of commercial and residential projects in the western United States.
George D. Pyper Collection
George D. Pyper Collection
The George Dollinger Pyper papers (1834-1975) consist primarily of correspondence, scrapbooks, diaries, news clippings, programs, contracts, scripts, broadsides, and scores documenting George Dollinger Pyper's career as manager of the Salt Lake Theatre. Pyper served as manager of the Salt Lake Theatre from 1898 to 1929. He also served as general superintendent of the Deseret Sunday School Union and as a member of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir.
George M. Ottinger Photograph Collection
George M. Ottinger Photograph Collection
Born in Pennsylvania in 1833, George M. Ottinger came to Utah in 1861. Upon arriving, Ottinger painted scenery for a Salt Lake theater and then joined photographer C.R. Savage, hand-tinting photographs. Though he worked in a variety of careers - from sailor, to fire chief and professor - Ottinger always returned to art and painting. The photographs in this collection reflect Ottinger's role as an artist and life in Utah from the late-nineteenth to the early twentieth centuries.
Gerontology Interdisciplinary Program
Gerontology Interdisciplinary Program
This collection contains non-thesis projects submitted by graduate students in the Gerontology Interdisciplinary Program to the faculty of The University of Utah in partial fulfillment of the requirements for degree of Master of Science in Gerontology.
Glen Canyon
Glen Canyon
Glen Canyon maps and brochures
Golden Spike Oral History Papers
Golden Spike Oral History Papers
This project, funded by the National Park Service, documents the history of the Golden Spike National Historic Site. The interviews were conducted in 1974 by Gregory Thompson and Phil Notarianni in conjunction with the American West Center.
Golden Spike Sesquicentennial
Golden Spike Sesquicentennial
This collection includes coverage of events surrounding the Golden Spike Sesquicentennial that occurred during May, 2019. Events include the Chinese Railway Workers Descendants Association visit to Chinese Arch, May 10th speakers, historical reenactments, and performances at the Golden Spike National Historical Park, as well coverage of Union Station in Odgen, Utah.
Governor's Olympic Collection
Governor's Olympic Collection
The Utah Governor’s Olympic Collection contains images taken by the Governor’s Office during the 2002 Salt Lake Olympics. The images document the Governor’s activities during the Olympics as well as different Olympic events, such as the Opening Ceremonies and medal ceremony concerts.
Graduate Nursing Project
Graduate Nursing Project
The Graduate Nursing Project collection includes Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) Scholarly Projects and Master’s students’ non-thesis projects submitted as part of program requirements.
Great Basin Association Photographs
Great Basin Association Photographs
The Great Basin Association maintains this photo collection of Great Basin National Park. Located in Eastern Nevada, the once-thought barren area is full of unique wildlife and geological formations. This collection contains a number of antiquated photos, depicting early developments in the National Park, as well as contemporary photos of its landscape and park facilities.
Great Basin Museum
Great Basin Museum
The Great Basin Museum collection contains an assortment of historical photographs that depict historical events in infrastructure development in the Great Basin Area.
Great Basin National Heritage Area Oral Histories
Great Basin National Heritage Area Oral Histories
Oral histories of sheepherders and video recordings from the annual gathering of sheepherders and sheep ranching families from Nevada and Utah. The Great Basin National Heritage Area is a geographical region encompassing White Pine County, Nevada and Millard County, Utah and adjacent Indian reservations that contains nationally significant archaeological, historical, cultural, natural and scenic features that are emblematic of the entire Great Basin Area. The Great Basin National Heritage Area Partnership is a grass roots organization incorporated as a non-profit 501 (c)3 organization in the States of Nevada and Utah.
Green River Launch Complex
Green River Launch Complex
The Green River Launch Complex sits near Green River, a small community in central Utah. Built in 1964, by the US Air Force, the complex was used to test various missile and projectile weapons.
Green River Public Library - Pearl Biddlecomb Baker Collection
Green River Public Library - Pearl Biddlecomb Baker Collection
The Green River Public Library is a repository for historic documents involving the Green River Area. Pearl Biddlecomb Baker played a key role in making the facility possible. This collection contains some of the documents the Library has to offer, as well as documents about the life of Baker.
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H. Grant Ivins Papers
H. Grant Ivins Papers
This collection contains diaries, correspondence, memoirs, unpublished manuscripts and articles on subjects relating to religion and the LDS Church. Included are missionary and other diaries (1910-1939).
Harold Stanley Sanders Matchbooks
Harold Stanley Sanders Matchbooks
This collection consists of nearly 680 matchbooks collected by “Stan” Sanders, father of the local Salt Lake City legend, Ken Sanders. While it is difficult to date these matchbooks, it is estimated they were made during the the 1930s to the 1970s and reflect many bygone establishments including mostly restaurants, bars, hotels, in Salt Lake City and other areas of Utah.
Harvard Peabody Site Reports
Harvard Peabody Site Reports
From the Peabody Museum of Archaology and Ethnology at Harvard University, this collection contains over 6,000 images, maps, and documents dating from the early 20th century archaeological sites. Pictographs, pottery and excavation sites are common subjects. Some expeditions were sited in Monument Valley.
Health Education Assets Library (HEAL)
Health Education Assets Library (HEAL)
The Health Education Assets Library (HEAL) is a collection of over 22,000 freely available digital materials for health sciences education. The collection is now housed at the University of Utah J. Willard Marriott Digital Library.
Hidden Water - Salt Lake County Water Drainages
Hidden Water - Salt Lake County Water Drainages
Hidden Water unveils surface water systems on the east side of Salt Lake Valley, both culinary and irrigation. The web site follows the seven major streams of the Wasatch Front, plus minor ones, and tracks that water from headwaters to the Jordan River and then Great Salt Lake. It intermixes contemporary photographs with historical photographs from several archives showing earlier uses and diversions of water.
Hinckley Journal of Politics
Hinckley Journal of Politics
The Hinckley Journal of Politics is one of the only undergraduate-run journals of politics in the nation and strives to publish scholarly papers of exceptional caliber. The journal promotes the intellectual talents of University of Utah students in the fields of politics, government, international relations, and humanitarian aid. Contributing articles should address relevant issues by explaining key problems and potential solutions. Papers should adhere to the highest standards of political research and analysis. The Journal covers local, national, and international issues, and embraces diverse political perspectives.
Hiram B. Clawson Papers
Hiram B. Clawson Papers
Family correspondence from the Clawsons and Spencers, including letters from Hiram Clawson to his wife, Ellen Spencer Clawson, and letters from Orson Spencer to his children.
Hispanic Oral Histories
Hispanic Oral Histories
The Hispanic oral histories (1984-1987) were conducted by the Oral History Institute of Salt Lake City, Utah, primarily by Leslie Kelen and Sandra Fuller. Transcripts of tapes of interviews with Hispanic Americans living in Utah. Those interviewed were either immigrants or children of immigrants. Principal topics are family life, work, and religion.
Historic and Prehistoric Publications
Historic and Prehistoric Publications
A collection of Utah county histories, archeology and history publications.
History of Shelley Idaho
History of Shelley Idaho
Shelley, Idaho, is a town of about 4,000 located in east-central Idaho. First settled late in the 1800s, it was established as a town in 1904. This collection contains an assortment of pictures, descriptions, and articles that document the history of Shelley.
History of the Health Sciences
History of the Health Sciences
A collection of media and publications detailing the historical evolution of the health sciences at the University of Utah.
Home Movie Collection
Home Movie Collection
Home movies are one of the most valuable components of the Audio Visual Archives in Special Collections at J. Willard Marriott Library. In addition to providing rarely seen footage, home movies supply an even more precious opportunity to witness moments from regular people's lives. From footage of family outings to the national parks in the 1930s to skiing, river running, and vacations throughout the twentieth century, the home movie collections of the Audio Visual Archives offer a glimpse into the everyday life of Utahans who have made this state what it is today.
Hotel Utah
Hotel Utah
Photographs in this collection document how the hotel looked in the early days as well as more modern times. Many of the photographs in the collection detail the remodeling and new construction of the two 10-story wings. There are a number of photos of employees being honored for their years of service to the hotel. Also, photos of the conventions, banquets, and meetings held at the hotel and of some of the guests which stayed there are included. There are a number of photographs and slides documenting the 75th Anniversary of the hotel. Today the Hotel Utah is not longer used as a hotel and is known as The Joseph Smith Memorial Building.
Humanities In Focus
Humanities In Focus
The collection includes more than 35 documentary films from students at the University of Utah and Greater Salt Lake City community. Since 2006, the students of HIF have covered subjects dealing with pressing issues that include addiction, abuse, immigration, politics, and family.
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Illuminations
Illuminations
Archive for "Illuminations," the magazine for the University of Utah School of Medicine alumni and friends.
Imagine Perfect Care
Imagine Perfect Care
A collection of journals, presentations, and posters produced by the Imagine Perfect Care Resource Center at the University of Utah School of Medicine. Imagine Perfect Care is University of Utah Health's unique approach to innovation in health care, envisioning health care that is patient-centered, always adapting and responding to patients' evolving needs.
Institute for Clean and Secure Energy (ICSE) Archive
Institute for Clean and Secure Energy (ICSE) Archive
Formerly held in DSpace by ICSE program, moved to IR in 2011
Intermountain Acoustic Music
Intermountain Acoustic Music
The Intermountain Acoustic Music Association is a member of the International Bluegrass Music Association and Folk Alliance, the North American folk music and dance alliance. Intermountain Acoustic Musician is published monthly by the Intermountain Acoustic Music Association, a non-profit, tax exempt organization dedicated to the preservation, furtherance and spread of acoustic music, including bluegrass, British Isles, folk, old-time and related music formats.
Intermountain Ski Instructors Association
Intermountain Ski Instructors Association
This collection holds the various documents detailing the history of the Intermountain Ski Instructors Association (ISIA). The documents include Board of Directors meetings (1956-1982), Executive Committee meetings (1957-1982), committee reports (1959-1975), General Membership meetings (1959-1966) and various letters (1952-1975).
Interviews with African Americans in Utah
Interviews with African Americans in Utah
This particular series of interviews with African Americans took place from 1982 to 1988. Events recalled by the interviewees span the time period from 1889 to 1988. Of particular interest are the interviews done by Pastor France Davis and Reverend Theodore P. Fields, regarding the 1980 killing of two young black men, and the interview by Woody Wright which provides insight into the activities taking place in Ogden, Utah, on the notorious 25th Street. Common themes within the interviews are family life, work, religion, discrimination, civil rights experiences, and relations with the white, and in particular the Mormon, establishment in Utah.
Interviews with Japanese Americans in Utah
Interviews with Japanese Americans in Utah
The interviews with Japanese Americans in Utah (1984-1988) consists of transcripts of a series of interviews conducted with members of the Japanese community between 1984 and 1988. Common themes within the interviews are family life, work, religion, immigration experiences, discrimination, and relations with the Mormon establishment in Utah.
Interviews with Jews in Utah
Interviews with Jews in Utah
The interviews with Jews in Utah collection (1982-1988) is part of a project funded by the Utah Endowment for the Humanities and undertaken by the Oral History Institute of Salt Lake City, Utah. Events recalled by the interviewees span the time period from the 1880s to 1986. Common themes include family life, immigration, relations with the LDS community, religious activity, the unification of the congregations Montefiore and B'nai Israel, Jewish businesses and organizations, and World War II.
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Jewish Oral History Project
Jewish Oral History Project
The Jewish oral history project was conducted by the American West Center and consists of a series of interviews between 1972 and 1977 with local Jewish Americans concerning life in Utah.
John Hamilton Morgan Papers
John Hamilton Morgan Papers
Papers detailing the personal, professional, and religious activities of John Hamilton Morgan. Includes a typescript of his diary (1875-1892) and original and typescript correspondence (1875-1894); records of the Southern States Mission and the San Luis Valley, Colorado, settlement; biographical and religious articles written by and about John Morgan. Also included are collections of his inspirational stories, tributes to his memory, and a biography.
John Mills Whitaker Papers
John Mills Whitaker Papers
The John Mills Whitaker papers (1847-1963) consist of daily journals, correspondence, and business and professional papers, among other materials, relating to John Mills Whitaker (1863-1960). Whitaker was an educator, horticulturist, politician, and LDS Church leader.
John Peter Simonson Photograph Collection
John Peter Simonson Photograph Collection
Documenting Green River, Utah this collection contains images taken by author, pharmacist, and railroad man John Peter Simonson. Simonson and his wife, Eugenie, moved to Utah in 1908 after purchasing the Broadway Drug Store. They operated the store until 1955 and lived in Green River until 1961.
John W. Fitzgerald Collection
John W. Fitzgerald Collection
Fitzgerald Family Stories; An autobiographical story of a country town from 1910 to 1925 with an epilogue from 1925-1967, pictures and selected poems.
John Wesley Powell Collection
John Wesley Powell Collection
John Wesley Powell, the iconic explorer of the Colorado River, left the American southwest with a rich legacy. During his expeditions he compiled data and a number of sketches describing the landscape. This collection contains various writings and geographical publications to which Powell contributed.
Joseph Ellis Johnson Papers
Joseph Ellis Johnson Papers
The Joseph Ellis Johnson papers (1831-1964) consist of the personal and family papers of Joseph E. Johnson (1817-1882), a writer, politician, and businessman who settled in St. George, Utah, during the latter nineteenth century. Included are diaries, correspondence, receipts, deeds, news articles, and other papers.
Juanita Brooks Papers
Juanita Brooks Papers
The papers of Juanita Brooks constitute an extraordinarily rich collection, the accumulation of correspondence, manuscripts and collected sources from a long, busy, and distinguished career as a historian. Her research opened new areas of inquiry into Utah's past, as she was not afraid to ask profound questions about difficult historical issues. Brooks' research, methodologies, and her warm personal and professional relationships are represented in this collection.
Juanita Brooks Photograph Collection, 1928-1981
Juanita Brooks Photograph Collection, 1928-1981
Images documenting Brooks's professional writing career from 1934-1971 are found in this collection. Brooks specialized in the history of the American west and Mormon history. She is most noted for her writings on the Mountain Meadow Massacre. This collection also provides a glimpse into her personal life with many images of her family, activities, and general life in southern Utah.
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Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute Collection
Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute Collection
The Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute serves Utah by preparing economic, demographic and public policy research that helps the state prosper.
Kennecott Corporation Papers
Kennecott Corporation Papers
Documents concerning the history of the Kennecott Copper Corporation.
Kennecott Miner Records
Kennecott Miner Records
Personnel records of employment from 1900-1919. Records from the Utah Copper Company are handwritten and contain the following employee information: name, date employed, address, dependents, age, weight, height, eyes, hair, gender, nationality, engaged by, last employer, education, occupation, department, pay rate, date leaving employment, and reason for leaving.
Kent Day Family Collection
Kent Day Family Collection
The Kent Day Family Collection contains photographs and letters collected by different Day family members, predominantly Ada Elizabeth Day. This collection documents the beginning of World War I from the perspective of different soldiers stationed in various places. The collection also includes documentation of the death of David Day who died of Spanish Influenza.
KUED Topaz Residents Collection
KUED Topaz Residents Collection
The KUED Topaz Collection contains images used for the KUED 1987 documentary on the Topaz Internment Camp in Delta, Utah during World War II. The collection documents the journey of many Japanese Americans leaving behind home, jobs, and life to enter the Topaz Internment Camp.
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Larson Studio Negative Collection
Larson Studio Negative Collection
The Larson Studio Negative Collection was created by Thomas Christian Larson and his son O. Blaine Larson. Both operated the Larson Studio from 1916-1968 in Provo, Utah. The collection contains portraits of many Utah County citizens as well as some Utah landscape and industry scenes and images of Provo.
Lean Project Repository
Lean Project Repository
Lean projects were designed by University of Utah Health Care to utilize a set of principles and techniques for process improvement. These strategies center on maximizing value to the user. One outcome of Lean projects are A3 templates, which have been collected and are presented in the Lean Project Repository collection.
Lehi Historical Society
Lehi Historical Society
The purpose of the Lehi Historical Society and Archives is to collect, obtain, record, preserve, protect, educate, and promote the history of Lehi and its peoples, and to document Lehi’s impact on the American West, yesterday, today and forever.
Lennox and Catherine Tierney Photograph Collection
Lennox and Catherine Tierney Photograph Collection
Professor Patrick Lennox Tierney is professor emeritus from the University of Utah’s Art History Department. Lennox Tierney’s specialty is Japan and has visited that country almost every year since 1949 when he first worked there as the Arts and Monuments Commissioner. Later, Lennox Tierney lead many photography tours over the years for a group called Through the Lens Tours and traveled to most countries of the world. Over the years, Professor Tierney donated over 250,000 slides to the Marriott Library’s collections. The slides reflect landscapes, architecture, agriculture, the arts, and various other topics.
Leo Leonard Papers
Leo Leonard Papers
The Leo Leonard papers (1900-1975) contain correspondence, programs and announcements, traveling brochures, awards and certificates, newspaper clippings, books, maps, and other documents related to Leo Bradford Leonard's life and his career in the United States Army. Maps from the collection are digitized.
Lessons - Journal
Lessons - Journal
The Journal of the Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence at the University of Utah.
Life Story Library collection
Life Story Library collection
The Life Story Library Foundation's mission is to collect, save and share the personal life stories of our time as valuable recorded history. Support authenticity, reflection, personal growth and collaboration.
Linford and Richards Family Collection
Linford and Richards Family Collection
The Linford/Richards papers document the lives of James H. Linford Jr., an educator, and his wife Mary Hooper Blood Linford , sister of Utah's seventh governor, Henry H. Blood. Also included are the papers of Lorenzo A. Richards, a physicist who specialized in agronomy, and his wife Zilla Linford Richards, niece of Utah's seventh governor, Henry H. Blood. The collections consist of journals, correspondence, day planners, and other materials.
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Manuscripts
Manuscripts
The Manuscripts Division of Special Collection houses more than 2600 unpublished historical collections of the University of Utah. These include diaries, autobiographies, correspondence, business and personal papers. Collections are available for use by students, researchers and members of the local community, as well as by any interested researcher.
Markers and Monuments
Markers and Monuments
Photographs of historical markers and monuments throughout the state of Utah.
Marriott Library Digital Stacks
Marriott Library Digital Stacks
A variety of reports and electronic documents.
Marriott Library Permanent Art Collection
Marriott Library Permanent Art Collection
Marriott Library's art collection includes a wide variety of mediums and genres
Marriott Library Posters
Marriott Library Posters
Promotional posters for Marriott Library events.
Medical Student Research Symposium
Medical Student Research Symposium
The goals of the University of Utah Summer Medical School Student Research Program are to create and foster research opportunities for Medical Students. The Frank Tyler Fall Medical Student Research Symposium allows students in the program to present research data obtained during the summer. This collection houses official programs and abstracts from the Symposium.
Middle East Collections
Middle East Collections
The Middle East rare collections include manuscripts in Arabic, Coptic, Hebrew, Persian, and Turkish dating from as early as 800CE/183AH, and more than 3,000 printed books from and about the Middle East. Highlighted in this collection is an eighteenth century Quran produced in Bukhara and a Persian manuscript of poetry by a Mughal princess.
Movies Made in Utah Photograph Collection
Movies Made in Utah Photograph Collection
Hollywood loved Utah for its old west feel. The Movies Made in Utah collection contains images from various productions filmed in Utah, as well as photo album of a Utah film production studio.
Murray Museum
Murray Museum
A wide-ranging collection of nearly 3,000 photographs from the Murray City (Utah) Museum depicting a general history of Murray from the early 20th to early 21st centuries. Topics and events portrayed in the photos include early pioneers, city mayors and other prominent citizens, city buildings and schools, the Murray fire department, 1983 flood, Jordan River Parkway, construction along State Street, just to name a few.
Music Temple Visitor's Register
Music Temple Visitor's Register
A spectacular grotto in Glen Canyon of the Colorado River, Music Temple was a popular stop for parties of tourists. As early as the 1930s someone began the tradition of leaving a metal box in the grotto where travelers could write their names on notebooks and pieces of paper, many of which are a "who's who" of early river runners.
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Naturae Simia
Naturae Simia
Robert Fludd, a prominent 17th century doctor, wrote Nature Simia, which was released around 1626. This book, which forms part of the encyclopedic series issued over 9 years to 1626 called 'Utriusque Cosmi Maioris Scilicet et Minores Metaphysica, Physica Atque Technica Historia'. This portion contains interesting sketches and diagrams of various innovations and ideas.
Neighborhood Partners
Neighborhood Partners
This collection contains various administrative documents of the University Neighborhood Partners program. The UNP brings together University and west side resources for reciprocal learning, action, and benefit. Its goals include increasing opportunities for youth education and success, building the capacity of neighborhoods in the areas of health, housing, employment, business, safety, and the environment, and creating initiatives to empower and expand community leadership.
Nelson Higgins Papers
Nelson Higgins Papers
The Nelson Higgins papers contain personal, professional and family materials. The majority of the documents pertain to his military appointments and service.
NOVEL
NOVEL
Collection of materials relating to neuro-ophthalmology as part of the Neuro-ophthalmology Virtual Education Lirbary (NOVEL: novel.utah.edu)
NOVEL - AAO-NANOS Clinical Collection
NOVEL - AAO-NANOS Clinical Collection
AAO-NANOS Neuro-Ophthalmology Clinical Collection: Derived from the AAO-NANOS Clinical Neuro-Ophthalmology collection produced on CD. The images are of selected cases from the NANOS teaching slide exchange, and the CD was produced under the direction of Larry Frohman, MD and Andrew Lee, MD. The American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO); The North American Neuro-Ophthalmology Association (NANOS) NOVEL: novel.utah.edu
NOVEL - Alfredo A. Sadun Collection
NOVEL - Alfredo A. Sadun Collection
Alfredo A. Sadun, MD, PhD, Flora L. Thornton Chair, Professor Ophthalmology & Neurological Surgery, Doheny Eye Institute, Keck School of Medicine at USC The Alfredo A. Sadun Neuro-Ophthalmology Collection: A Professor of Ophthalmology and Neurological Surgery at the USC Keck School of Medicine, Dr. Sadun with a team of researchers at the Doheny Eye Institute pioneered research in optic nerve dysfunction in patients with Alzheimer's disease. Contains his "100 best lectures". NOVEL: novel.utah.edu
NOVEL - Andrew Lee Collection
NOVEL - Andrew Lee Collection
Andrew G. Lee, MD, Professor of Ophthalmology, Weill Cornell Medicine Chairman, Department of Ophthalmology, The Methodist Hospital, Houston, TX Adjunct Professor of Ophthalmology, Baylor College of Medicine Adjunct Professor of Ophthalmology, University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics and the University of Buffalo Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology, Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston; UT MD Anderson Cancer Center; and Texas A and M College of Medicine This collection consists of short (2-5 minute) introductory videos on neuro-ophthalmological condition pathophysiology, diagnosis and treatment modalities. NOVEL: novel.utah.edu
NOVEL - Daniel Gold Collection
NOVEL - Daniel Gold Collection
Daniel R. Gold, DO, Departments of Neurology, Ophthalmology, Neurosurgery, Otolaryngology - Head & Neck Surgery, The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine; David S. Zee MD, Departments of Neurology, Ophthalmology, Neuroscience, Otolaryngology - Head & Neck Surgery, The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine A collection of video relating to the diagnosis and treatment of eye movement disorders. NOVEL: novel.utah.edu
NOVEL - David E. Newman-Toker Collection
NOVEL - David E. Newman-Toker Collection
David Newman-Toker, MD, PhD, Associate Professor. Departments of Neurology, Ophthalmology & Otolaryngology, The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine The David Newman-Toker Neuro-Ophthalmology Collection contains great examination video and other resources relating to disorders of the brainstem and cranial nerves, including visual loss, double vision, and dizziness. NOVEL: novel.utah.edu
NOVEL - David G. Cogan Collection
NOVEL - David G. Cogan Collection
David G. Cogan, MD, was the Director of Ophthalmology at the National Eye Institute, National Institutes of Health. The David G. Cogan Neuro-Ophthalmology Collection contains video and images from the vast collection of Dr. Cogan, who is generally considered the founder of the subspecialty of neuro-ophthalmology. NOVEL: novel.utah.edu
NOVEL - Emory Eye Center
NOVEL - Emory Eye Center
Emory Eye Center, Emory University School of Medicine The Emory Eye Center Neuro-Ophthalmology Collection contains a variety of lectures, videos and images created by faculty at Emory University in Atlanta, GA. NOVEL: novel.utah.edu
NOVEL - Frank B. Walsh Collection
NOVEL - Frank B. Walsh Collection
The Walsh Society Annual Meeting Archives: Proceedings of the annual meeting of the Walsh Society, which is now part of the North American Neuro-Ophthalmology Association (NANOS) Annual Meeting. Contains records from the first meeting in 1969, through the present. NOVEL: novel.utah.edu
NOVEL - Helmut Wilhelm Collection
NOVEL - Helmut Wilhelm Collection
Helmut Wilhelm, MD, Professor, School of Medicine, Universitäts-Augenklinik, Tubingen, Germany Collection covering many eye movement and pupil disorders. NOVEL: novel.utah.edu
NOVEL - Irene E. Loewenfeld Pupil Collection
NOVEL - Irene E. Loewenfeld Pupil Collection
In 2005, the Eccles Health Sciences Library was gifted a research catalog belonging to the late Irene Loewenfeld, PhD. A prominent and respected researcher of the human eye, Dr. Loewenfeld edited and published the principal medical textbook on the pupil in 1993 after conducting over 50 years of research on the subject. This collection contains a significant portion of her research catalog, including hand-written notes and index cards as well as historical research referenced in her work. NOVEL: novel.utah.edu
NOVEL - J. Lawton Smith Lecture Collection
NOVEL - J. Lawton Smith Lecture Collection
J. Lawton Smith, MD, formerly a Professor of Ophthalmology, Bascom Palmer Eye Institute, University of Miami School of Medicine A well-known ophthalmologist from the Bascom Palmer Eye Institute at the University of Miami, Dr. Smith recorded this audio lecture series, famous among residents and fellows, which covers the broad spectrum of ophthalmology. NOVEL: novel.utah.edu
NOVEL - Jacqueline Winterkorn Collection
NOVEL - Jacqueline Winterkorn Collection
Jacqueline Winterkorn, MD, PhD, (1947-2015) Clinical Professor, Department of Ophthalmology, Weill Cornell Medicine Jacqueline Winterkorn taught neuroanatomy at Cornell and subsequently practiced and taught neuro-ophthalmology. Her collection contains lectures, images and video from her teaching materials. NOVEL: novel.utah.edu
NOVEL - John S. Kennerdell Collection
NOVEL - John S. Kennerdell Collection
John S. Kennerdell, MD, Retired, formerly Chair, Department of Ophthalmology, Allegheny General Hospital, Professor, Ophthalmology, Drexel University College of Medicine The John S. Kennerdell Neuro-Ophthalmology Collection: An ophthalmologic surgeon and orbital expert, Dr. Kennerdell has collected 66 lectures covering a wide variety of orbit disorders. NOVEL: novel.utah.edu
NOVEL - Journal of Neuro-Ophthalmology
NOVEL - Journal of Neuro-Ophthalmology
Journal of Neuro-Ophthalmology (JNO) Archive: Archive of the Journal of Neuro-Ophthalmology from 1981 - present, excluding the current year in the source publication. NOVEL: novel.utah.edu
NOVEL - Moran Eye Center
NOVEL - Moran Eye Center
John A. Moran Eye Center Neuro-Ophthalmology Collection: A variety of lectures, videos and images created by faculty at the Moran Eye Center, University of Utah, in Salt Lake City. NOVEL: novel.utah.edu
NOVEL - NANOS Annual Meeting
NOVEL - NANOS Annual Meeting
The NANOS Annual Meeting Neuro-Ophthalmology Collection: Presentations from the annual meeting of the North American Neuro-Ophthalmology Society (NANOS), a professional organization of more than 600 members who are fully trained ophthalmologists or neurologists. Contains records from the first meeting in 1975 to the present. NOVEL: novel.utah.edu
NOVEL - NANOS Historical Collection
NOVEL - NANOS Historical Collection
The NANOS Historical Collection: Assortment of documents relating to the history of the North American Neuro-Ophthalmology Society (NANOS). NOVEL: novel.utah.edu
NOVEL - Randy Kardon Collection
NOVEL - Randy Kardon Collection
The Randy H. Kardon Neuro-Ophthalmology Collection: Videos relating to pupil disorders. NOVEL: novel.utah.edu
NOVEL - Robert B. Daroff Collection
NOVEL - Robert B. Daroff Collection
Robert B. Daroff, Professor and Chair Emeritus, School of Medicine, CASE Western Reserve University, University Hospitals - Case Medical Center The Robert B. Daroff Neuro-Ophthalmology Collection: Features a variety of eye movement disorders; prepared in 1991. The original recordings were on 16mm film, mostly filmed in the 1960s and 70s in Dr. Daroff's laboratory at the University of Miami. NOVEL: novel.utah.edu
NOVEL - Shirley H. Wray Collection
NOVEL - Shirley H. Wray Collection
Shirley H. Wray, M.D., Ph.D., FRCP, Professor of Neurology Harvard Medical School, Director, Unit for Neurovisual Disorders, Massachusetts General Hospital Videos, clinical notes and related presentations concerning neuro-ophthalmological and neurovisual disorders collected during Dr. Wray’s work as the Director of Neuro-Visual Disorders at Massachusetts General Hospital. NOVEL: novel.utah.edu
NOVEL - Susac Collection
NOVEL - Susac Collection
A collection from Dr. John Susac (1940–2012), of Winter Haven, Florida, who first described Susac's syndrome in 1979. NOVEL: novel.utah.edu
NOVEL - Walsh and Hoyt Textbook
NOVEL - Walsh and Hoyt Textbook
Walsh and Hoyt's Clinical Neuro-Ophthalmology, 6th Edition: Full text of the 6th edition of "Walsh and Hoyt's Clinical Neuro-Ophthalmology". Editors: Neil R. Miller; Nancy J. Newman; Valerie Biousse; John B. Kerrison
NOVEL - William F. Hoyt Collection
NOVEL - William F. Hoyt Collection
William F. Hoyt, MD, Professor Emeritus of Ophthalmology, Neurology and Neurosurgery, Department of Ophthalmology, University of California, San Francisco Best known for his world-renowned neuro-ophthalmology unit based at the University of California, San Francisco, William Hoyt, MD collected here more than 850 of his best images covering a wide range of disorders. NOVEL: novel.utah.edu
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Olympic Legacy
Olympic Legacy
The Olympic Legacy Collection contains images of various events during the 2002 Salt Lake Olympics. Also included are images of some artifacts in the Utah State History collection, such as the famous tradable pins.
Our Daily Diary, Topaz War Relocation Center
Our Daily Diary, Topaz War Relocation Center
Our Daily Diary is a diary kept by the High Third Grade children at the Topaz War Relocation Center during World War II. Students and their teacher document their every day experiences during the time of internment of Japanese-Americans.
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Park City Historical Society
Park City Historical Society
A variety of documents and photographs from the Park City Historical Society.
Park City Historical Society & Museum
Park City Historical Society & Museum
The Park City Historical Society and Museum is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving, protecting and promoting Park City's history and heritage. This collection contains some of the Society's historic photos of Park City and the Mountain West region.
Peoples of Utah
Peoples of Utah
The Peoples of Utah collection contains images that show some of Utah's great diversity. Helen Papanikolas collected and donated these photographs.
Philip T. Blair Family Papers
Philip T. Blair Family Papers
Philip T. Blair was born to George Elias Blair and Nellie May Thatcher in 1896. He was the great-grandson of Brigham Young, second president of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and territorial governor of Utah. The Philip T. Blair family papers (1836-1968) contain pertinent information concerning the early development of the Mormon church as well as covering an important epoch in early Utah history. It describes the social, religious, economic, and political development of the state through correspondence, documents, and memorabilia. Spanning a period of four generations of a family, it commences in 1836 with some of the earliest known personal correspondence of Brigham Young and his wife Mary Ann Angell Young.
Philo T. Farnsworth Television Tubes
Philo T. Farnsworth Television Tubes
The Philo T. Farnsworth Television Tubes Collection contains different examples of the Farnsworth television tubes that are part of the Utah State History's artifacts collection.
Philosophical Issues In Human Affairs Telecourses
Philosophical Issues In Human Affairs Telecourses
The Philosophical Issues in Human Affairs telecourses collection (1973-1974) consists of video recordings of lectures written and delivered by philosophy Professor Charles H. Monson, Jr. The lectures were intended to serve as a philosophy telecourse for distance education students to view on the Utah Educational Network television station. The telecourses cover such topics as love, death, work, and freedom. Charles H. Monson, Jr. was a professor of philosophy at the University of Utah 1952-1956 and 1958-1960. He served as the deputy academic vice president of the school from 1966 and remained with the University of Utah until his death in 1974.
Photo Archives
Photo Archives
Over 70,000 photos covering a variety of topics from Marriott Library Special Collections
Public Affairs of Health Sciences Center
Public Affairs of Health Sciences Center
A collection of publications and articles including: the Faculty Journal, Pulse, Health Sciences Report, Insider, Medical Update, Intercom, The Greater Gift of Health, and Illuminations Magazine by the Office of Public Affairs and Marketing at University of Utah Health. The collection spans nearly four decades of publications, periodicals, newsletters, and press releases from University of Utah Health.
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Rare Books Collection
Rare Books Collection
The Rare Books Division of Special Collections holds more than 55,000 books, maps and ephemera representing the written record of world history from ancient clay tablet to 21st century artists' books. By actively collecting, preserving and digitizing material of historical and aesthetic importance the Rare Books Division provides reference, research and educational access to local, regional and international communities, strengthening the ability of faculty to teach, students to learn, and communities to find common denominators.
Ray King Collection
Ray King Collection
This collection contains images from Utah photographer Ray King. King worked for the Salt Lake Tribune for many years in the mid-twentieth century. These images document his work in Utah but also his personal life as he photographed trips throughout the United States.
Regional History Center
Regional History Center
Located in Vernal, Utah, the Uintah County Library serves as a key information center in its area. This collection contains a wide assortment of historical photos from the Uintah County area.
Research Reproducibility
Research Reproducibility
An annual event hosted by the Eccles Health Sciences Library, the Research Reproducibility Conference features internationally-known guest speakers, panelists, and a poster session in an effort to increase reproducibility on campuses world-wide. This collection includes presentations, videos, posters and photographs from the Research Reproducibility Conference and Lectures beginning in 2016.
Richard Kletting Architectural Drawings
Richard Kletting Architectural Drawings
Richard Karl August Kletting (1858-1943) was born on 1 July, 1858, at Unterboihingen Oberamt, Neuertingen, Werttemberg, Germany. Richard Kletting practiced architecture in Utah from 1890-1920, and became very prominent in his field. Kletting's prolific career included the designs of the Utah State Capitol, the Territorial Insane Asylum, Saltair, the original Salt Palace, the McIntyre Building, Cullen Hotel, and the Felt Building. After completing his design for the Utah State Capitol in 1912, he went into semi-retirement.
Richard Wright Young Papers
Richard Wright Young Papers
Architectural drawings from the Young family architects with a focus on Salt Lake City, including remodeling projects, residences, and businesses in Utah.
Rubor
Rubor
Rubor serves as a forum for people from all aspects of healthcare in Utah to share their stories and showcase their creative talents. Through fiction, non-fiction, poetry, and visual art, the publication explores medicine by focusing not only on the promise of curing, but also on the art of healing. This collection houses issues of Rubor, published since 2013.
Rural Utah Curated Collection
Rural Utah Curated Collection
The majority of Utah's population is found on the Wasatch Front, but Utah's history knows no boundaries. This curated collection features images from rural communities of Utah - including Eureka, Milford, Newton, Ophir, and Stockton.
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Salt Lake City Public Library Special Collections
Salt Lake City Public Library Special Collections
Historic materials from Salt Lake City Public Library
Salt Lake City Religious Architecture Photographs
Salt Lake City Religious Architecture Photographs
Contemporary photos of religious architecture in Salt Lake City.
Salt Lake Tribune Negative Collection
Salt Lake Tribune Negative Collection
This collection contains over 171,000 images from the 1930s to the 1960s. The collection is unique in origin as it includes images taken by dozens of different photographers sent out by the newspaper to get the perfect shot, something newsworthy. This results in many live action images taken of the everyday activities of life with no posing such as one sees with studio photography.
Sanborn Fire Insurance Maps
Sanborn Fire Insurance Maps
This collection contains large-scale, detailed maps from 1867 into the early 20th century depicting the commercial, industrial, and residential sections of many Utah cities. They were designed in 1866 by surveyor D.A. Sanborn to assist fire insurance agents in determining the risk associated with insuring a particular property. The map surveyors meticulously documented the structural evidence of urbanization - building by building, block by block, and community by community.
Saving the Legacy Oral History Project
Saving the Legacy Oral History Project
The American West Center at the University of Utah is involved in a nationwide effort to preserve the stories of men and women who witnessed the events of World War II. This oral history project, Saving the Legacy: An Oral History of Utah's World War II Veterans, has the mission of interviewing veterans living in Utah and the Intermountain Region. The project is ongoing, and has been enlarged to include veterans of subsequent wars.
School of Medicine - Medicine Man Yearbooks
School of Medicine - Medicine Man Yearbooks
Annual record of the activities of the graduating class of the University of Utah School of Medicine from 1944-2006.
Schools of the Salt Lake Valley
Schools of the Salt Lake Valley
The Schools of the Salt Lake Valley collection has images of various school structures throughout Salt Lake Valley, many of which have since been demolished. Students of the various schools are often included in the images.
Shipler Collection Negative Preservation Project
Shipler Collection Negative Preservation Project
Shipler Commercial Photographers took thousands of images of Salt Lake City and surrounding areas. This collection contains images from glass plates (1900s-1920s) and acetate negatives (1940s-1950s), with the majority of the images having an exact date and detailed description.
Shipler Commercial Photographers
Shipler Commercial Photographers
Shipler Commercial Photographers took thousands of images of Salt Lake City and surrounding areas. This collection contains images from glass plates (1900s-1920s) and acetate negatives (1940s-1950s), with the majority of the images having an exact date and detailed description.
Snow College Saga of The Sanpitch
Snow College Saga of The Sanpitch
This collection contains 30 volumes of stories and poems about early southern Utah pioneers.
Spanish Speaking Peoples in Utah
Spanish Speaking Peoples in Utah
This oral history collection consists of 166 interviews conducted in the early 1970s. The interview subjects lived in Utah, Idaho, Wyoming, and the San Luis Valley of Colorado. The material deals with such topics as cultural norms and traditions, relations with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, union activities, employment opportunities, discrimination, the Depression years of the 1930s, the experiences of migrant farm workers, and various other issues relevant to the lives of the Hispanic community.
Surgery Sim Lab Recipes
Surgery Sim Lab Recipes
The Surgery Sim Lab is part of the Utah Center for Innovation and Simulation in Education (U-CISE), an American College of Surgeons Accredited Education Institute (ACS-AEI). This program excels in the development, delivery, and evaluation of surgical education programs. The tools used by residents at U-CISE were developed in the center to make teaching more cost effective. These tutorials may be found in the Surgery Sim Lab Recipe collection.
Susan Barbara Tallmon Sargent
Susan Barbara Tallmon Sargent
The Susan Barbara Tallmon Sargent papers document her life as a physician and medical missionary to Lintsing, China, from 1905 to 1918. The collection consists of correspondence, journals, news clippings, reports, articles, guest books, and financial documents collected by Sargent's niece, Ardis Hitchcock.
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Tanner Trust Books
Tanner Trust Books
A collection of 14 books covering topics dealing with early Utah history and Mormon culture, featuring the 1857 diary of Brigham Young.
Taylor A. Woolley Papers
Taylor A. Woolley Papers
Correspondence, blueprints, drawings, and memorabilia relating to Woolley's career. Of particular interest is the correspondence with artist Mahonri M. Young and Frank Lloyd Wright.
Taylor Woolley Photograph Collection
Taylor Woolley Photograph Collection
The Taylor Woolley Photograph collection documents Utah architect Taylor Woolley's time working under Frank Lloyd Wright during the 1911 construction of Wright's Taliesin I in Wisconsin. The collection also contains some images of Woolley's architectural work in Utah.
Theater Programs Collection, 1866-1995
Theater Programs Collection, 1866-1995
This collection contains programs for dramatic and musical performances at different theatrical establishment in Utah from 1866-1995. Most are from the Salt Lake Theatre, built in 1861 and considered one of the finest theaters west of the Mississippi.
Thomas Jefferson O'Brien Journals
Thomas Jefferson O'Brien Journals
The Thomas Jefferson O'Brien journals were kept during his mission to Australasia for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints at the end of the nineteenth century. O'Brien (b. 1866) was born in Davis County, Utah. His journal relates his activities with the Maori on the Northern Island of New Zealand.
Thorne Photographs
Thorne Photographs
From the Uintah County Library Regional History Center, the Thorne Collection is a large collection from early photographer Leo Thorne.
Tooele County Histories
Tooele County Histories
A chronological collection of Tooele (UT) area history between 1849 – 1890. Compiled by local historian George William Tripp.
Topaz Museum
Topaz Museum
From 1942 to 1945, over 100,000 Japanese-Americans were interned in camps throughout the American West. Topaz Camp, located near Delta, Utah, held around 8,000 of these individuals. This collection contains an assortment of historical photos depicting the hardships met by these prisoners.
Topaz Oral Histories
Topaz Oral Histories
The Topaz oral history project collection contains transcripts of tapes, and related transcription materials of a collection of 70 oral history interviews which document the lives of Japanese Americans who were interned at the Topaz, Utah, camp. The interviews were conducted by Sandra Taylor of the University of Utah Department of History. Also included are copies of articles and other research materials.
Translational Medicine Symposium
Translational Medicine Symposium
The Translational Medicine Symposium is a collaboration with the Entrepreneurial Faculty Scholars (EFS) program at the University of Utah. The Translational Medicine Symposium is part of the U of U Innovation Ecosystem. The 2017 Translational Medicine Symposium was held on Feb. 27th. The symposium addressed how clinicians’ ideas and research results can have an impact on patient care — if they are translated into clinical practice. The symposium was a collaboration of the Entrepreneurial Faculty Scholars (EFS) program, led by Dr. Glenn D. Prestwich, the HHMI Med to Grad program (U2M2G), co-directed by Drs. Anthea Letsou and Dean Li, and the Center for Medical Innovation.Clinician innovators and entrepreneurs shared their experiences and a panel of experts discussed opportunities, barriers, and steps in creating impactful healthcare innovations.
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UAIDA Main Collection
UAIDA Main Collection
The Utah American Indian Digital Archive (UAIDA) is a gateway to the best resources regarding Utah’s Indian tribes. With articles, books, government documents, tribal documents, oral histories, photographs, and maps pertaining to all 6 Utah tribes, this unique archive captures the complicated history of the tribes from multiple perspectives. The project, which stems from forty years of research conducted by the University of Utah’s American West Center on behalf of Utah’s Indians, offers tribal members, students, and researchers unprecedented access to information about the rich history and culture of Utah’s native peoples.
UAIDA Oral Histories Transcripts
UAIDA Oral Histories Transcripts
The Utah American Indian Digital Archive (UAIDA) is a gateway to the best resources regarding Utah’s Indian tribes. With articles, books, government documents, tribal documents, oral histories, photographs, and maps pertaining to all 6 Utah tribes, this unique archive captures the complicated history of the tribes from multiple perspectives. The project, which stems from forty years of research conducted by the University of Utah’s American West Center on behalf of Utah’s Indians, offers tribal members, students, and researchers unprecedented access to information about the rich history and culture of Utah’s native peoples.
UALC Archives
UALC Archives
Archives of the Utah Academic Library Consortium
Undergrad Research Abstracts Journal
Undergrad Research Abstracts Journal
This collection contains back issues of the Undergraduate Research Abstracts Journal. It contains student accounts of research performed while at the University of Utah. First published in 2001, a volume has been released annually since. The journal has grown significantly in recent years.
University Archival Photographs (P0305)
University Archival Photographs (P0305)
The University of Utah Archival photograph collection was collected by various departments and colleges of the University since the 1890s. The digitized collection features photos from University of Utah athletic events, views of campus, portraits of faculty and students, documentation on university buildings, and more.
University of Utah Board of Regents Meeting Minutes, 1906-1969
University of Utah Board of Regents Meeting Minutes, 1906-1969
This collection contains bound volumes of minutes of the Board of Regents meetings, including accompanying materials, such as contracts, correspondence, meeting minutes of subordinate committees, and faculty newsletters. The Board of Regents historically served as the governing body of the University of Utah.
Uranium Oral Histories
Uranium Oral Histories
The uranium mining oral history project (1970-1971) was conducted under the auspices of the American West Center. The focus of the interviews was documentation of the uranium industry in Utah and Colorado. Among those interviewed were miners, residents of towns affected by the uranium boom, employees of Union Carbide and the Vanadium Corporation of America, Native Americans, and lawyers specializing in mining.
Utah Architects Project
Utah Architects Project
Biographical information about Utah architects, including business information and notable buildings.
Utah Artists Project
Utah Artists Project
This unique collection contains artwork, biographies, and bibliographies of more than 200 Utah artists.
Utah Arts Council - Writing Competition Manuscripts
Utah Arts Council - Writing Competition Manuscripts
Manuscripts of writing competition from 1972-2009 sponsored by Utah Arts Council.
Utah Health Review
Utah Health Review
Utah Health Reports from 1993 – 2006
Utah Health Sciences Library Consortium
Utah Health Sciences Library Consortium
This collections contains documents outlining the history and proceedings of the Utah Health Sciences Library Consortium (UHSLC). The mission of the Utah Health Sciences Library Consortium was to improve health care through the development and fostering of a cooperative network of health sciences libraries in Utah. The UHSLC operated from 1980 – 2010.
Utah Humanities Research Foundation
Utah Humanities Research Foundation
The bulk of the collection consists of historical materials collected by the Foundation. Included are letters, articles, family histories, town and county histories, biographies, and miscellaneous materials on Utah cultural history. Business correspondence relates to the publication of the Utah (later Western) Humanities Review, including Dale Morgan's bibliographies of the lesser Mormon churches. Correspondents also include Bernard De Voto and Wallace Stegner.Also included are a small quantity of business records of the Foundation, a manuscript and galley proofs of the first issue of the "Utah Humanities Review," and records of the Warshaw Essay Contest.
Utah Medical Association Bulletin
Utah Medical Association Bulletin
Utah Medical Association Bulletin: Devoted to Medical Improvement in Utah. The Utah Medical Association Bulletin, published since 1953, is now known as the Utah Physician. This publication is filled with the information Utah doctors need to know about Utah medical and socioeconomic issues.
Utah Museum of Fine Arts
Utah Museum of Fine Arts
Artwork from the Utah Museum of Fine Arts
Utah Museum of Fine Arts - Albert Tissandier
Utah Museum of Fine Arts - Albert Tissandier
Images from Albert Tissandier's trips to North America during 1885 and 1886. Tissandier was born in France in 1839 and died in 1906. A French visitor to the American West in the 1880s, he left a series of pencil drawings of still-recognizable locales in and near Utah. The Utah Museum of Fine Arts holds what may be the most complete collection of these appealing works.
Utah National Register Nomination Forms
Utah National Register Nomination Forms
Collection of multi-page forms dated 1966-2017 in support of various Utah houses and landmarks being added to the National Register of Historic Places.
Utah Nurse
Utah Nurse
Utah Nurse: The Official Publication of the Utah Nurses Association. Utah Nurse has been published quarterly since 1949 for the Utah Nurses Association, a constituent member of the American Nurses Association. Sent to RNs and LPNs throughout Utah, Utah Nurse provides a forum for members to express their opinions and become aware of healthcare issues in the state of Utah.
Utah Pharmacy Digest
Utah Pharmacy Digest
The Utah Pharmacy Digest: Official Publication of the Utah Pharmaceutical Association Published since 1948, the Utah Pharmacy Digest is dedicated to assisting the profession of pharmacy in better serving and protecting the public health and welfare. This involves educating pharmacists and pharmacies for public service and professional strength, and encouraging scientific and professional research ethics.
Utah Pioneer Costume Research Project
Utah Pioneer Costume Research Project
The purpose of the Utah Pioneer Costume Research Project was to photograph, record and annotate historic dress and define the relation of Utah pioneer dress to the general development of costume in the United States. It attempts to find similarities between Utah pioneer dress and the characteristics of the fashion of 1977, to find in what ways Utah pioneer dress differed from these, and to find what additions were made to the fashion of 1977 by Utah pioneer dress.
Utah Power and Light Photographs, 1940s-1950s
Utah Power and Light Photographs, 1940s-1950s
The Utah Power and Light Collection has images of various schools, businesses, homes, hospitals, service stations, and street scenes mostly in the Salt Lake Valley. Some of the images highlight the lighting of some of the structures.
Utah Press Association - A Century Later
Utah Press Association - A Century Later
A history of the Utah newspaper industry, the Utah Press Association, and the Utah Newspaper Hall of Fame.
Utah Quilt Heritage Records
Utah Quilt Heritage Records
The Utah quilt heritage records contain Polaroid photographs of and questionnaires regarding quilts dating from the 1880s to the 1950s. The Utah Quilt Guild was organized in 1977 to promote preservation of the art of quilt making. In order to preserve the history of quilts in Utah, the guild held a series of " documentation days," where volunteers throughout the state photographed and documented quilts.
Utah River Running Photo Archives
Utah River Running Photo Archives
The Utah River Running Photo Archives is part of the S. J. Quinney Ski and Outdoor Recreation Archives at the University of Utah. The river running photo collection includes photos of Glen Canyon, Hatch River Expeditions, the Colorado River, and a variety of historic expeditions.
Utah Ski Archives Newsletter
Utah Ski Archives Newsletter
This collection contains back issues of the Utah Ski Archives Newsletter. The Ski Archives serves to find and preserve materials that help document the history of Utah and Inter-mountain skiing.
Utah Ski Archives Photos
Utah Ski Archives Photos
Selected photos from the Utah Ski Archives, documenting the history of ski competition on local, national, and international levels; the founding of major resorts; snow safety and avalanche control; ski equipment; ski instruction; freestyle skiing; the 10th Mountain Division; back-country skiing; and virtually every facet of winter sports in Utah and the surrounding region.
Utah State Legislators Photographs, 1895-1963
Utah State Legislators Photographs, 1895-1963
Men and women have been serving Utah citizens in the Utah State Legislature since before Utah was officially a state. This collection has images of legislators serving from various Utah counties from 1895-1963.
Utah's Urban Pioneer Folk Music Revival of 1958-1968
Utah's Urban Pioneer Folk Music Revival of 1958-1968
The urban folk music revival of the 1960s in Utah, a significant period culturally and historically, was almost completely ephemeral, fated to disappear with the artists who had participated in it unless somebody created a documentary record through oral history interviews and the recovery and preservation of historic photographs and memorabilia. Folklorist Polly Stewart (1943-2013) therefore initiated in 2004 an open ended documentation project to collect and preserve oral histories and materials.
Utonian Yearbooks
Utonian Yearbooks
The annual yearbook of the University of Utah.
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Vernal Express Photographs
Vernal Express Photographs
From the Uintah County Library Regional History Center, the Vernal Express Collection collects photographs that were in the local newspaper.
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Water Wise Utah
Water Wise Utah
Water Wise Utah is a collaborative University of Utah project led by the Utah Education Network (UEN) in partnership with KUER, KUED, the Utah Museum of Natural History, and the J. W. Marriott Library. Its goal is to raise awareness of critical water issues and encourage water conservation throughout Utah. Water Wise Utah will offer TV documentaries, K-12 educational events, a museum exhibit, and a Web site linking to the Western Waters Digital Library, and will collaborate with Utah water agencies and community organizations to target Utah communities with high rates of water consumption.
We Remember, We Celebrate, We Believe: Latinos in Utah Exhibit Collection
We Remember, We Celebrate, We Believe: Latinos in Utah Exhibit Collection
This digital exhibit showcases the photographic exhibit of Latino history in Utah by Armando Solorzano, professor of Ethnic Studies at the University of Utah. Topics include Aztec history in Utah, Latino settlements in southeastern Utah, Latino miners, railroad workers, migrant workers, Latino religious practices and political influences.
Wellness Champion Poster Fair
Wellness Champion Poster Fair
The Wellness Champion Poster Fair collection contains posters presented by Wellness Champions across departments and divisions of University of Utah Health who implement a practical and evidence-based intervention to improve health and wellness, while measuring the outcome of their efforts. Originally known as the "Resiliency Poster Fair," the program was changed to "Wellness Champion Poster Fair" in 2018.
Western Federation of Watercolors Society
Western Federation of Watercolors Society
Collection contains the annual records of the Western Federation of Watercolor Societies. Collected in a scrapbook form, materials range from correspondence to photographs, flyers, meeting notes, and exhibition information.
Western Soundscape
Western Soundscape
The Western Soundscape Archive recognizes the vital connection between places and their soundscapes. It features audio recordings of animals and environments throughout the western United States. The project's geographic focus includes eleven contiguous western states - Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, Washington and Wyoming - as well as baseline sound monitoring in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska. These geographic boundaries were chosen to coincide with existing maps and data gathered by state and federal organizations. The WSA typically features three types of recordings: individual species, ambient soundscapes and interviews.
Western Soundscape Spectrograms
Western Soundscape Spectrograms
For more than two decades the National Park Service and its contractors have conducted acoustical monitoring at park units throughout the United States. Most of this data has never before been widely accessible to the public, and the Western Soundscape Archive now makes available more than 10,000 spectral images from approximately 200,000 hours of park service sound level monitoring.
Western Waters Audio-Video
Western Waters Audio-Video
Documentary programs on water including Soaking The Desert and Water is for Fightin'.
Western Waters AZ. vs CA.
Western Waters AZ. vs CA.
Exhibits and documentation related to the Arizona vs California Supreme Court cases.
Western Waters Books
Western Waters Books
Texts on water rights laws in the western states and the Colorado River.
Western Waters Diaries
Western Waters Diaries
Contains the diary documenting the 1909 river expedition of Nathaniel Galloway and Julius Stone, accompanied by photographer Raymond Cogswell. Their three month journey took them from Green River, Wyoming to Needles, California. The expedition is generally considered by historians of the Colorado River to be the first that was undertaken purely for pleasure, similar to modern river runners.
Western Waters Documents
Western Waters Documents
Documents and reports related to water conservation.
Western Waters Electronic Resources
Western Waters Electronic Resources
Government documents and electronic resources on water issues.
Western Waters Law of the Colorado River
Western Waters Law of the Colorado River
Laws related to the Colorado River and Colorado River Basin.
Western Waters NEH
Western Waters NEH
Historical documents related to water policy in the western United States, including water rights legal cases, Native American history, water project documentation, and legislative reports.
Western Waters Photographs
Western Waters Photographs
Photographs of the Galloway-Stone expedition.
Western Waters Treaties and Compacts
Western Waters Treaties and Compacts
Interstate agreements and water compacts documents.
William Edward Hook Glass Negatives
William Edward Hook Glass Negatives
The William Edward Hook Collection contains images from glass plate negatives. Hook was a photographer in Colorado during the 1890s gold rush. The collection documents life in the west and the railroad in Utah.
Works Progress Administration Biography Sketches
Works Progress Administration Biography Sketches
Short biographies generated by the WPA from and about Utah’s remaining pioneers and historical figures. The collection consists of Personal Pioneer History questionnaires, autobiographical and biographical sketches, autobiography and diary transcriptions.