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Cache Valley Historical Society. CVHS



  • Usage: (1951- )


The Cache Valley historical society (CVHS) (1951- ) is the oldest chapter of the Utah Historical Society.

The Cache Valley historical society was created on October 24th, 1951 with 52 original members. The main focus of the society was creating a history of Cache Valley for the 100th anniversary of settlement and the preservation of historical documents.

The society was closely associated with the Utah State University through the 1970's. Many professors were members of the society, and the society's events reflected the calendar of the university. Today the society is less connected to USU. The Cache Valley historical society aims to give platform to quality speakers and preserve the history of Cache Valley.

Cache Valley Historical Society via WWW (known as CVHS; oldest chapter; founded in 1951; main focus of society; closely associated with USU; CVHS aims to give platform to quality speakers and historical preservations.)

Found in 1 Collection or Record:

Cache Valley's west side

 Collection — Folder 1: [Barcode: 31197230231984]
Identifier: MSS 687
Scope and Contents

Photocopy of a typewritten speech "delivered by Mrs. Marybelle Pike before the Cache Valley Historical Society" 23 March 1955. Pike talks about the history of the west side of Cache Valley, Utah, including its early settlement. She presents anecdotes and data on several towns including Weston, Clifton, and Oxford in Idaho and Clarkston and Cornish, Utah.

Dates: 1955 March 23