Table of Contents
Collection Overview +/-
Collection Inventory +/-
box 1, folder 1: No year (undated)
box 1, folder 2: 1949
box 1, folder 3: 1955
box 1, folder 4: 1973
box 1, folder 5: 1976
box 1, folder 6: 1982
box 1, folder 7: 1983
box 1, folder 8: 1984
box 1, folder 9: 1985
box 1, folder 10: 1986
box 1, folder 11: 1988
box 1, folder 12: 1989
box 1, folder 13: 1990
box 1, folder 14: 1991
box 1, folder 15: 1992
box 1, folder 16: 1993
box 1, folder 17: 1996
box 1, folder 18: 1997
box 1, folder 19: 1998
box 1, folder 20: 1999
box 1, folder 21: 2000
box 1, folder 22: 2001
box 1, folder 23: 2002
box 1, folder 24: 2003
box 1, folder 25: 2004
box 1, folder 26: 2005
box 1, folder 27: 2006
box 1, folder 28: 2007
box 1, folder 29: 2008
box 1, folder 30: 2009
Biographical Note/Historical Note +/-
The Anne Newman Sutton Weeks Poetry Series was funded by an endowment from the poet in 1995; she donated additional funding a few years later. The poetry series brings major poets from around the globe to the campus each year. Anne Newman Sutton Weeks, born circa 1896, was a writer and poet. Poems by Anne : the verses, a 69-page book of Anne's poetry, was published in 1994 by Western Independent Colleges Fund. She was Utah native and alumnus of Westminster College. Married and widowed twice, both her husbands were geologists. While married to Fredrick Alfred Sutton and living in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Anne had a daughter, Shirley Ann Sutton in 1925. A second daughter, Rev. Marta Sutton Weeks, was born in 1930, also in Buenos Aires. Anne died May 13, 1997 at the age of 99 in Westport, Connecticut.
The Kim T. Adamson Lecture Series on International Studies was established in 2001. Kim Thomas Adamson (born Kim Sutton Thomas) is the granddaughter of Anne Newman Sutton Weeks and daughter of Shirley Sutton Thomas. She served on the Westminster College alumni board from 2001 to 2004 and is currently a member of the Board of Trustees. She has funded the Kim T. Adamson Chair on International Studies, the Anne Newman Sutton Weeks Reading Room in the Giovale Library (in honor of her grandmother) and the Kim T. Adamson Alumni House. Adamson was part of the police academy in 1975 when it was at Westminster and graduated from Westminster with a B.S. in behavioral science in 1979. She has spent 22 years in law enforcement, 34 years in the U.S. Marine Corps Reserves and served a tour of duty in Iraq. She is currently a senior justice court judge in Salt Lake City.
The Tanner-McMurrin Lectures on the History and Philosophy of Religion was established at Westminster College of Salt Lake City in 1987 as a means of bringing major scholars in the fields of history and philosophy of religion to campus to deliver public lectures and conduct seminars on basic problems in religious thought and practice. The lecture series is administered by the President of Westminster College and funded in perpetuity by an endowment gift from Obert Clark Tanner, Professor Emeritus of Philosophy at the University of Utah, and Grace Adams Tanner. The Lectureship is named in honor of Dr. Sterling M. McMurrin (1914-1996), who was the E. E. Ericksen Distinguished professor Emeritus at the University of Utah, a former United States Commissioner of Education, and a trustee of Westminster College.
The Weldon J. Taylor Executive Lecture Series at Westminster College, presented by American Express and the Bill and Vieve Gore School of Business, features distinguished speakers who consult with local business leaders and students enrolled in Westminster College's graduate and undergraduate business programs. The series is named after Dr. Weldon J. Taylor, the former dean of the Brigham Young University School of Business. Dr. Taylor was instrumental in developing the M.B.A. degree at Westminster College and the executive lecture series as part of the graduate program.
Content Description +/-
This collection consists of flyers and brochures, dating 1949 and onward, announcing activities happening at Westminster College, Salt Lake City, Utah. Such activities include KeyBank Cultural Diversity Lectures, Anne Newman Sutton Weeks Poetry Readings, musical and theatre performances, annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Day events, and other events associated with the College.
There are several issues of the college-issued brochure "Cultural Events" for the school year, with sections for upcoming events in music, theatre, poetry, art, and lectures; there is a combined calendar at the end. Folder 22 has a flier advertising a March 2001 speech by James K. Galbraith as part of the Weldon J. Taylor Executive Lectures Series. Folder 23 has a similar flier announcing a January 2002 speech by Ralph Peters entitled "Terrorism in our time", part of the Kim T. Adamson Lecture Series on International Studies. Other fliers are for the annual Tanner-McMurrin Lecture on the History and Philosophy of Religion.
Gaps in the collection: there are currently no flyers or brochures for 1950-1954, 1956-1972, 1974-1975, 1977-1981, 1987, and 1994-1995.
Collection Use +/-
Restrictions on Access:
Open to public research.
Access to parts of this collection may be restricted under provisions of state or federal law.
Twenty-four hours advance notice is encouraged.
Restrictions on Use:
It is the responsibility of the researcher to obtain any necessary copyright clearances.
Permission to publish material must be obtained from the director of the Giovale Library.
Westminster College publicity flyers and brochures, 1949-2009, ACC-093B, Giovale Library Archives, Westminster College, Salt Lake City, Utah.
Administrative Information +/-
Arranged chronologically by date. Some flyers and brochures are undated, and are grouped together in the first folder, titled "No Year". Some brochures and flyers contain dates that span an academic year, and are filed under the earliest date listed.
Processed February 2009 by Rebekah Sappington.
Westminster College (Salt Lake City, Utah : 1902-1983)
Westminster College of Salt Lake City
Westminster College (Salt Lake City, Utah : 1998- )
Collection materials are in English.
0.5 linear feet
Language of the Finding Aid:
Author of the Finding Aid:
Finding aid written February 2009 by Rebekah Sappington; biographical note and expanded scope note written July 2013 by Sarah Shaw.
EAD Creation Date:
2013 July 23 by Sarah Shaw
Describing Archives : A Content Standard (DACS)
Related collection in Giovale Library Archives:
In addition, the Giovale Library holds many videodisc recordings of the lectures and poetry readings advertised in the materials found in this collection. Search by title of the series, such as "Anne Newman Sutton Weeks Poetry Series".
Westminster College (Salt Lake City, Utah : 1902-1983)--Archives
Advertising fliers--Utah--Salt Lake City
Form or Genre Terms:
Adamson, Kim T. (Kim Thomas)
Salt Lake City (Utah)--History--Sources