Provo (Utah) -- Politics and government
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Contents include scrapbooks, letters, reports, and other professional papers that document Lewis K. Billings' time as mayor of Provo Utah. These consist of his campaign to be mayor, his terms in office, and his dealings during the 2002 Winter Olympics. Materials date from 1990 to 2009.
Newspaper clippings, surveys, articles, reports, brochures, and statements that were collected by the Political Science Department of Brigham Young University. The materials relate to the issues involved in "Proposition Nr. 1" which would repeal the "council-manager" form of government for the city of Provo, Utah.
The Walter Hedquist papers include various business and legal records as well as Hedquist's personal papers. The papers are also connected with Alex Hedquist, Walter’s father. Collection also includes certificates, postcards, a painting, and player piano music.
Includes a report concerning the Provo City Water Works and Sewer departments, 1929; correspondence; financial papers; a compilation of articles by N. L. Wilson concerning Utah Lake, 1932; and printed and other items relating primarily to water works.
Letters, speeches, newspaper clippings, legal documents, memorabilia, and 11 photographs. The materials relate to Oldroyd's term as Mormon bishop of the Provo 6th ward and his work as autitor of Provo, Utah.
Interview of Kathryn Allen administered by Redd Center intern Sara Zabriskie for their "Historic Downtown Provo Oral History Project." Topics discussed in this interview include her childhood visiting Provo, along with her service to the Provo Parks and Recreation Department and the Covey Center. Materials dated December 7, 2012.