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Territorial Government

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Found in 143 Collections and/or Records:

Wallace F. Bennett request correspondence, 1958-1973

 Sub-Series
Identifier: MSS 20 Series 1 Sub-Series D
Scope and Contents Subseries contains correspondence asking the senator for autographs, information on various bills, requests for publications, and other subject matters between 1958 and 1973. Does not include materials between 1959 and 1964. Filed with the original is a carbon copy of Senator Bennett's reply, usually a form letter. Materials dated 1958-1973.

Wallace F. Bennett senate office correspondence, 1949-1984

 Sub-Series
Identifier: MSS 20 Series 1 Sub-Series F
Scope and Contents Contains correspondence and invitations sent and received from Wallace Bennett's senate office. Materials dated 1949-1984 (bulk: 1962-1970).

Wallace F. Bennett source papers, 1951-1974

 Sub-Series
Identifier: MSS 20 Series 6 Sub-Series C Sub-Series 1
Scope and Contents Sub-subseries contains 9 boxes of speeches, newspaper articles, and notes made over the years featured in the Congressional Record, political events, correspondence, or interviews between 1951 and 1970. These speeches concern various political figures, events and legislation. Materials dated 1951-1974.

Wallace F. Bennett speeches, 1951-1972

 Sub-Series
Identifier: MSS 20 Series 6 Sub-Series C Sub-Series 2
Scope and Contents Sub-subseries contains speeches given on the senate floor, and before committees concerning political events, individuals, and legislation between 1951 and 1972. Materials dated 1951-1972.

Wallace F. Bennett speeches, 1948-1971

 Sub-Series
Identifier: MSS 20 Series 6 Sub-Series D
Scope and Contents Subseries contains speeches given outside the Senate to civic organizations, clubs, political gatherings, banquets, and celebrations between 1948 and 1969. In addition, this subseries includes notes written by Bennett for his various speeches. Materials dated 1948-1971.

Wallace F. Bennett sponsored bills, 1951-1974

 Sub-Series
Identifier: MSS 20 Series 2 Sub-Series A
Scope and Contents Subseries contains newspaper clippings, bills, letters, and legislative resolutions on virtually every bill, resolution, or amendment authored or co-sponsored by Senator Bennett during his Senate career from 1951 to 1974. Most files contain a copy of the bill, resolution or amendment, correspondence with colleagues in the Congress, constituents and special interest groups and source material on the issues. There are papers for every year Bennett served in the Senate but very few papers exist...

Elisha Whittlesey letter

 File — Folder 1: [31197230324243]
Identifier: MSS SC 2505
Scope and Contents Letter-press copy of a handwritten letter. The item is dated 21 March 1857 and addressed to Lewis Cass (1782-1866), Secretary of State for the United States in the Buchanan administration. Whittelsey's letter relates to a request of William H. Hooper, Secretary of the Utah Territory, regarding requisitions for 1857.

Brigham Young letter

 File — Folder 1: [31197230315084]
Identifier: MSS SC 1732
Scope and Contents Photocopy of a handwritten letter of acknowledgement by Brigham Young to the former governor of Minnesota, Alexander Ramsay.

Brigham Young letter

 Item — Folder 1: [31197230316959]
Identifier: MSS SC 2019
Scope and Contents Photocopy of a handwritten letter. The item is dated Sept. 14, 1857 and is addressed to "Major McCullogh" and Lewis Brunson (1831-1888). Brunson was the bishop in Fillmore, Utah for the Mormon Church. Young states that preparations are to be made to deal with the advancing federal troops which were part of the Utah Expedition, 1857-1858. He also outlines the nature of the defense of Utah. In resistance the Utahns would "desolate the Territory" and "waylay our enemies." Young also admonishes...

Brigham Young letter to James Pollock

 Collection — Folder 1: [31197233282679]
Identifier: Vault MSS 20
Scope and Contents Handwritten and signed letter, dated 24 June 1856, and addressed to James Pollock, governor of Idaho. Young thanks Pollock for a copy of the laws of Idaho.