Governors -- Utah -- Correspondence
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Handwritten copybook letters apparently signed by W. Medieo and addressed to Brigham Young and William H. Hooper. The letter addressed to Brigham Young informs him that his account has been adjusted for the fiscal year 1856-57 with the Treasury. The item addressed to Hooper relates to his application to be the acting "Secretary Pro tem" of Utah.
Handwritten and signed letters, dated 28 Dec. 1880 and 11 March 1882, sent by W. E. Curtis and Eli H. Murray respectively. Curtis asks Van Zile to send him news reports. Murray, governor of Utah Territory, asks Van Zile for advice concerning the Utah legislative session, 1881-1882.
Handwritten copybook of a letter and an enclosure apparently signed by Elisha Whitteny and addressed to Governor Brigham Young. Both the letter and the enclosure deal with a money discrepancy which the U.S. Treasury awarded to Utah.
Handwritten and signed letter, dated November 13, 1871, and addressed to Ulysses S. Grant, president of the United States. Woods writes about the social and political situation in Utah.