Found in 99 Collections and/or Records:
Copy of collection register, professional papers, certificates of election, Washington and Salt Lake papers, calling cards and invitations, lecture notes, maps, etc.
Typed and signed letter addressed to H.M. Lamb at West Frankfort, Ill. and dated Jan. 5, 1932. Lewis communicates that he will bear the interests of the communities involved in the development of the Big Muddy River.
Newspaper clippings, letters received, reports, minutes, and photographs. The materials relate to McKay's political activities, his term as supervisor of the Civilian Conservation Corps grazing service, his life in Huntsville, and to land development in Utah.
Contains two law firm ledgers: (1) Approximately 1917-1920. (2) Approximately 1920-1922. Also contains one folder with Morris and Callister cancelled checks, approximately 1894- 1934.
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.
Handwritten speech. The item praises the United States' form of government and its political system. Also included a printed version of a speech delivered by Leatherwood in the House of Representatives against the federal government operating a proposed power plant.