Agriculture and Natural Resources
Found in 734 Collections and/or Records:
Collection includes correspondence, contracts, and deeds concerning water rights between Brigham Young University and Provo Reservoir Company in Provo, Utah between 1910 and 1916.
Photocopy of a typewritten autobiography. Brown writes about his early life and travels. He tells about going to California in 1849 to participate in the gold rush, about encounters between whites and Indians in Texas, and about his life in that state.
Contains documents from 1891 that list the grievances of the miners at the Bullion Beck & Champion mines. The documents included are meeting minutes and decisions made at those meetings and documents from a court case against Bullion Beck & Champion Mining Company by the union employees.
Contains one notebook with handwritten notes, titled "Notes on Life History" by LeRoy Bunnell, 1972. Also contains one LeRoy Bunnell scrapbook, including clippings, printed ephemera, letters, and photographs about LeRoy's career in agriculture, the family's time in Iran, and life and travels with Mildred. Many pages are dedicated to sympathy cards sent to Mildred upon LeRoy's death. Materials dated approximately 1937 to 1979.
The collection contains handwritten notations on printed columns. The materials trace the price of various agricultural items and certain foods in Provo, Salt Lake City, and St. George, Utah from 1852-1910.
Handwritten indenture between Andrew Cahoon and Jonas Erekson on one hand and Sarah Ann Davies. The item is dated November 7, 1873 and records the sale of the "Lion Lode" located in Little Cottonwood Mining District in Salt Lake County, Utah.
Diaries, field notes, correspondence, and maps. Gorlinski worked primarily in Utah and many of the materials relate to his activities in and around Park City, Utah. He was also associated with projects in other places in Utah and in sites in Nevada, California, and Idaho. The diaries cover the years 1909 to 1955 when Gorlinski was living in Salt Lake City, Utah.