Environment and Conservation
Found in 106 Collections and/or Records:
This collection includes correspondence, certificates, newspaper clippings, photographs, scrapbooks, pamphlets, newsletters, books, articles, and other papers that document Koziol’s U.S. Forest Service career and his contributions to Utah winter sports, dated circa 1920-1976.
Historical sketch of how, why, and by whom the Utah Parks Company was organized which established Zion National Park.
Materials include the manuscript of J. E. Broaddus's story "People of the Hills." It is written under his pen-name of "Will Hail." It is a story about a Utah forest ranger, his sister, and his friend in early-1900s Utah. The short story "Spanish Gold" is an early version of "People of the Hills."
Materials include one photograph printed on a card. The photograph shows a desert landscape with large sandstone rock formations. Two men are seen conversing in the bottom right corner and a horse-drawn carriage with some men is in the center. The photographer is William Henry Jackson. Materials dated approximately 1880.
Typewritten engineering report prepared for the Research Corporation of New York concerning the diking of the Great Salt Lake east of Antelope Island to create a fresh water embayment of particular use to Salt Lake City. Typescript was received by the Utah governor's office in January 1934.
Contains correspondence, travel information, and budgets dated 1990 to 2000. Some correspondence comes from the Jerusalem Center and the rest of the materials are from the Risk Management and Safety office.
Contains correspondence, minutes, project files, vehicle records, emergency preparedness records, financial records, and video tapes of the department of Risk Management and Safety dated 1990 to 2002.