Found in 45 Collections and/or Records:
Handwritten and signed letter, dated February 1890, and entitled: "First Message." The item outlines the various responsibilities of elected officials and calls for improvements in the city water supply, in street repairs, and in the sewage system. Scott also calls for financial reports.
The collection contains an assortment of awards, certificates, books, papers, conference proceedings, flyers, magazine articles/excerpts, papers, periodicals, correspondence, personal notes, reference files, maps, newspaper articles, journal articles, photographs, reports, plans, and professional documents.
Carbon copy of typewritten minutes of proceedings. The commission was established to implement the construction of the state capitol of Utah on land donated by Salt Lake City. The minutes include reports of projected costs and refer to architectural plans. William Spry was the president of the commission.
Compilation of newspaper clippings and other sources tracing the history of Kiwanis Park in Provo, Utah. Dated March 2014.
Letter from Israel Thompson to Isaac Hite in Kentucky. The letter is concerning the attacks by Native Americans in the area around Loudoun County, Virginia, where Thompson resided at the time. It also includes a discussion regarding the role of local government in protecting the citizens from the "angry natives." Dated August 19, 1783.