Table of Contents
Collection Overview +/-
Collection Inventory +/-
box 1, folder 1: Cache County
box 1, folder 2: Correspondence, 1979-1980
box 1, folder 3: Duchesne County
box 1, folder 4: Historic sites marker requests
box 1, folder 5: Historic sites tour
box 1, folder 6: Hungerford Academy
box 1, folder 7: Mt. Pleasant
box 1, folder 8: Newspaper clipping--Sun advocate (Price, Utah, October 1978)
box 1, folder 9: Payson City
box 1, folder 10: Salt Lake Collegiate Institute
Biographical Note/Historical Note +/-
Graham W. Strong: Graham Wilfrid Strong was born December 26, 1935, was a resident of Utah who died May 19, 2002 and was buried in the Salt Lake City Cemetary.
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Content Description +/-
This collection consists of documents dating 1978-1981 created and/or collected by Graham W. Strong in his work to develop a list of Utah Presbyterian Church sites to be nominated to the National Register of Historic Places. The materials include correspondence, historical information and research on historical sites and site markers, memorial plaque requests, newspaper clippings, photocopies of photographs and publications, and an undated account of an historical tour to Utah Presbyterian sites.
The Cache County file (Box 1, Folder 1) includes photocopied pages from The Ariel, with images of Calvin M. Parks, the Cache Valley Seminary, Academy building in Logan, Parks Hall, and Honeyman Hall.
Graham Strong worked with John S. H. Smith ("Jack") the Preservation Historian from the Division of State History (Utah State Historical Society) on this project. There is a letter in the Correspondence file from Smith to Strong, dated February 2, 1979 about the project (Box 1, Folder 2).
The Historic Site Marker Requests file (Box 1, Folder 4) includes copies of forms submitted by Graham Strong to the Utah State Historical Society for Presbyterian churches in American Fork, Manti, Monroe, Richfield, Salina, and Springville, and also Liberal Hall in Mount Pleasant.
The Historic Sites Tour file (Box 1, Folder 5) contains an account of a bus tour (undated, but probably about 1978) led by Graham Strong with site lectures by Jack Smith. Thirty-seven people took the tour. The file also includes photocopies of 4 photographs taken on the tour.
In the Newspaper Clipping file (Box 1, Folder 8) there is an article from the Sun advocate (a Price, Utah newspaper) dated October 1978 announcing that Ferron Presbyterian Church and Castle Dale School have been accepted to the National Register of Historic Places.
The Salt Lake Collegiate Institute file (Box 1, Folder 10) includes a photocopy of a 1904 photograph of the "Sheldon Jackson College faculty and staff", with all the names penned in the margins.
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.
Graham W. Strong Presbyterian Church in Utah historic site nomination papers, 1978-1981, MSS-017, Giovale Library Archives, Westminster College, Salt Lake City, Utah.
Administrative Information +/-
Arranged alphabetically by subject or historic site location, thereunder chronologically.
Processed January 2008 by Tera Mayo.
Strong, Graham W. (Graham Wilfrid), 1935-2002
Collection materials are in English.
0.2 linear feet
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Finding aid written January 2008 by Tera Mayo; expanded April 2016 by Sarah Shaw.
EAD Creation Date:
2016 March 31 by Sarah Shaw
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Strong, Graham W. (Graham Wilfrid), 1935-2002--Archives