Utah -- Politics and government -- 20th century
Found in 45 Collections and/or Records:
Various letters, documents and notes (some photocopies) collected and created while Madsen was writing a thesis for the Political Science Department titled An Analysis of the 1958 Senatorial Campaign in Utah.
Letters received by Vivian Niles. These missives are from United States Senators and Representatives from Utah including: Frank E. Moss, Jake Garn, and Wayne Owens. These are replies to inquiries by Niles. They deal with political matters on the level of Utah as well as the United States.
Contains an oral history transcript of Rosalie L. King. The transcript documents her experiences as wife to David S. King as a congressman, mission president, and temple president, and discusses raising a family in all of these situations, as well as the experiences she had during her life.
Contains genealogical information on the Russell, Snively, and Pratt families, including certificates of ordination, notes, a book, obituaries, family reunion papers, and LDS temple work records. Materials undated.