Centennial Commission (1947) Weber County centennial committee records
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These records are housed in the Utah State Archives' permanent storage room.
An agency history is available.
Scope and Content
This series is a collection of administrative records produced by the Weber County Centennial Committee (which operated under the general supervision of the Centennial Commission), such as minutes, correspondence, and various financial records, as well as a scrapbook of newspaper clippings about local centennial events.
Alphabetical by document type
Although county committees were appointed for every county (other than Salt Lake), and for the East Mill Creek and Magna-Garfield area of Salt Lake County, only the records of the Weber County Centennial Committee survive.
Centennial event programs, press books, and advertisements from the Centennial Commission (1947), Series 2227, Official program lists various celebrations, traveling arts exhibits, athletic competitions, and centennial events observed in Weber County
Reports from the Centennial Commission (1947), Series 2228, The General Report includes a description of the organization and function of county centennial committees
Correspondence and subject files from the Centennial Commission (1947), Series 19316, include correspondence between the Weber County Centennial Committee and the Utah Centennial Commission
After concluding its business, the Weber County Centennial Committee transferred its administrative records to the state Centennial Commission. The Centennial Commission subsequently deposited its accumulated records with the Utah Historical Society, which in 1949 was designated by Governor J. Bracken Lee as the official repository for the records of the commission. The newly independent Utah State Archives retained custody of the records following its removal from the Historical Society in 1969.
This series is classified as Public.
Cite the Utah State Archives and Records Service, the creating agency name, the series title, and the series number.
An unidentified photograph of a flat, barren landscape with a hill rising in the background, mounted on cardboard, found with these records has been transferred to the Utah Division of State History. Archival processing of these records was completed in August 1998 by W. Glen Fairclough, Jr. Microfilming of these records for reference use was completed in June 2004.
- Utah—Weber County—Centennial celebrations, etc.
|1||1||1||Committee minutes; March 1946-October 1947; August and September 1949|
|1||1||2||Correspondence; June 1946 to May 1947|
|1||1||3||Correspondence; June 1947 to February 1948|
|1||1||4||Finance records; Budgets, 1946-1947|
|1||1||5||Finance records; Financial Reports, 1946-1947; Invoices, 1946-1947|
|1||1||6||Finance records; Invoices, 1946-1947; Art Committee|
|1||1||7||Finance records; Invoices, 1946-1947; Baseball Tournament (rules, brackets, rosters)|
|1||1||8||Finance records; Invoices, 1946-1947; Beautification Committee|
|1||1||9||Finance records; Invoices, 1946-1947; Boat Races|
|1||1||10||Finance records; Invoices, 1946-1947; Community Events and Pageant|
|1||1||11||Finance records; Invoices, 1946-1947; Drama Activities and ""Pearly Gates""|
|1||1||12||Finance records; Invoices, 1946-1947; Executive Committee|
|1||1||13||Finance records; Invoices, 1946-1947; Music Committee|
|1||1||14||Finance records; Invoices, 1946-1947; Pioneer Dance Committee|
|1||1||15||Finance records; Invoices, 1946-1947; Parades, Sports|
|2||2||1||Financial record books; Account book|
|2||2||2||Financial record books; Check stubs, January 1947 to February 1948 (First Security Bank account)|
|2||2||3||Scrapbook (January to August 1947)|