Spanish Fork (Utah)
Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:
Contains class notes, research files, publications produced by Laws, and student prepared research projects.
Contains information on the operation of the University farm in Spanish Fork, Utah; research on nitrogen-fixation in sagebrush; material on the Desert Biome project, various projects for Iran and a project for the Tennessee Valley Authority; as well as miscellaneous research files and data.
Contains class notes, research files, publications, student projects, and other materials produced by department administrators. Includes information on the Desert Biome Project, sagebrush, and projects in Iran and Tennessee. Materials date from between 1945 and 1980.
Materials include three letters likely written to Julie Ann Lockwood Hales, wife of Charles Henry Hales and resident of Spanish Fork, Utah. One letter is from her brother, George Gillette Lockwood, written from his residence in San Francisco, California, dated approximately July 1870. The other two letters are from Sarah Catherine Stapley, possibly a cousin of Julie Ann. These letters are both written from Kanarra (possibly Kanarraville, Utah) and dated October 26 and November 30, 1879.
A photograph, taken outdoors, of a group of men working on railroad tracks running down the road in a town.
Contains research data.
Contains articles, analysis, correspondence and data of various agronomy studies based about the desert biome.