Environment and Conservation
Found in 106 Collections and/or Records:
Handwritten notes and typewritten letters. The notes relate to specimens in order to assess the impact of smoke on the plants and animals of the Verde Valley of Arizona and the Prescott National Forest. Four letters from the United States Department of Agriculture relating to the issue are also included.
Correspondence, articles, notes, newsletters, booklets, computer print outs, legislative notices, pamphlets, operations manuals, and photographs. The materials relate to Dr. Hendricks' work with the control of certain chemicals in the work environment and to his work with public health in Utah. Many of the items relate to the Center for Disease Control and its involvement with chemical substance controls in Utah.
Contains thirty-five glass plate negatives of photographs taken by Billy Hofer while he was a guide in Yellowstone Park. Photographs include landscapes within the park as well as groups Hofer guided. There are also photographs of Hofer's cabin in Cinnabar, Montana. Dated 1887.
Materials include the unfinished manuscript of J. E. Broaddus's story "Intolerance." It is a story set alongside the early history of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and focuses on two fictional families and their involvement in real events. The short stories "Trail of Glory" and "Glory Trail" are early versions of the first part of "Intolerance." Materials dated approximately 1900-1954.