University of Utah
The University of Utah (1892- ) is a public university in Salt Lake City, Utah.
The University was established in 1850 by Brigham Young as the University of Deseret. The building which housed the University changed over time and the title became the University of Utah in 1892. The University offers more than one hundred undergraduate majors and more than ninety graduate degree programs. It is Utah’s oldest institution of higher education. The University moved to its current location in 1900.
Citation:Wikipedia.org, accessed May 8, 2013 (University of Utah, est. 1850.) (established in 1850 by Brigham Young as the University of Deseret; building which housed the University changed over time; became the University of Utah in 1892; University offers more than one hundred undergraduate majors and more than ninety graduate degree programs; Utah’s oldest institution of higher education; moved to its current location in 1900. )
Found in 52 Collections and/or Records:
Photocopy of a typewritten autobiograpy. Gee writes about growing up in Moroni, Utah; attending the University of Utah; teaching school in Moroni from 1901 to 1938; serving a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Britain; performing temple work for the Church in Arizona in 1946 and 1947; and complains of poor eyesight late in his life.
Speeches, meeting minutes, reports, correspondence, newspaper clippings, magazine articles, and miscellaneous items. The materials relate to Bennion's personal, educational, business, and religious activities. The largest amount of the materials relate to his speeches. The bulk of correspondence is between other apostles and general authorities of the Mormon Church.
Contains one videocassette titled The Building of A Peoples History of Utah, about the making of Dean L. May's miniseries A Peoples' History of Utah. It is a short video on the production team. Dated 1989.
An oral history interview with Carl Joseph Christensen, conducted by Lucille Merrill McDonald on 10 February 1985.
Handwritten and signed letter dated 5 Sept. 1918 and addressed to John A. Widtsoe. Cutler writes concerning his nephew, Milton Cutler. Milton wanted to attend military training at the University of Utah and John requests information on how he may apply.
This collection contains two items: her autobiography and funeral services tapes and transcription. The autobiography is photocopies of a typewritten autobiography with handwritten corrections in which Cutler writes about her early life, her education, her teaching career, her travels, and her other activities. The funeral tapes are two cassette tapes with a transcript copy.