Found in 1125 Collections and/or Records:
Arthur Mastick Hyde business papers, 1907-1962
This series is made up of materials related to Arthur Mastick Hyde's various business dealings. This includes the Hyde Farm, Hyde Motor Sales Co., as well as Hyde's work as a lawyer. The materials include ledgers, correspondence, financial papers, receipts, books, client files, tax returns, news articles, pamphlets, photographs, and other materials. These materials document Hyde's personal involvement in each of these businesses through personal corresondence, news clippings and so forth.
Arthur Mastick Hyde personal papers, 1877-1957
This series is made up of materials related to the personal life of Arthur Mastick Hyde. The materials include correspondence with his wife Hortense, family and friends, as well as financial papers such as check book stubs, receipts, tax returns, and so forth.
B. Clifford receipt to Erastus Snow
B. Clifford receipt to Erastus Snow, 1846 July 16
Almon W. Babbitt receipts
Handwritten receipt of a freight bill for an amount of $818.23. Also included is a handwritten receipt relating to the Babbitt estate signed by Hosea Stout which deals with the delegation of Babbitt's possessions.
Crystal and Glen Baker papers
Financial records, correspondence, miscellaneous items, and histories of the Baker family. Also included are three volumes of Peterson family genealogy and history by Ruby Brown Bradfield.
Benjamin Franklin Woodward and Benjamin Spencer Woodward ephemera, 1910-1912
Materials include bank statements, receipts from various companies, and a wedding announcement. Most of the materials are signed or addressed to Spencer Woodward. Dated 1910-1912.
Ezra Taft Benson receipt
Handwritten per diem receipt dated 24 January 1853 and signed by Ezra Taft Benson (1811-1869). The receipt acknowledges payment of $120.00 from Benjamin G. Ferris, secretary of the treasury, Utah Territory, for service at the 1852-1853 Legislative Assembly.
Glen Betenson papers
Correspondence, reports of judician hearings, receipts, newspaper clippings, and memorabilia. The materials relate to legal matters in Salt Lake County, Utah, court cases, personal taxes, and to the "Gay Nineties Players" theater group.