Josiah McClain

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Identifier 022.TIF
Source 022.TIF
Title Josiah McClain
Subject Mission to Mormons; Presbyterian Church in Utah; Clergy--Utah--Salt Lake City; Presbyterians -- Utah
People McClain, Josiah
Spatial Coverage Salt Lake County (Utah); Sugar House (Salt Lake City, Utah); Westminster College (Salt Lake City, Utah)
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Further Information The photograph is free from any handwritten marks on the front side; however, it is a mediocre quality photograph with apparent limitations compared to that of a major photography studio. On the back is pencil written, "Joseph McClain? see page 11, Church Review." The rest of the backside is free from any marks and has a blemish of yellow discoloration along the right edge. The overall condition of the photograph is again mediocre. The edges are worn with no tears and there are slight creases from handling. Josiah McLain was instrumental in securing a permanent home for Westminster College outside the Salt Lake Collegiate campus facilities. Appointed by the board of trustees in the beginning of the 1902-3 academic year, along with Robert McNiece and Westminster President George Bailey, the three men set out to secure funding from prominent Presbyterian both local and abroad. There success in securing land along Thirteenth East and Eleventh South was solidified by the contribution of m
Funding The Westminster College digital archives project is partially funded by the Masonic Foundation of Utah.
Publisher Westminster College
Type Image
Format image/jpeg
Language eng
Rights Management Digital image copyright 2006, Westminster College. All rights reserved.
Holding Institution Westminster College, 1840 South 1300 East, Salt Lake City, UT 84105
Source Physical Dimensions Archival TIFF 3000 x 4600
Source Resolution 400ppi
Display Dimensions JPEG: 650 x 1000
Bit Depth 8-bit
Scanning Device Epson Expression 836 XL flatbed scanner
Metadata Cataloger Krystal Powell
ARK ark:/87278/s67979m7
Setname wc_pc
Date Created 2003-10-16
Date Modified 2015-09-17
ID 1094241
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