Governor Walker Executive correspondence
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These records are housed in the Utah State Archives' permanent storage room.
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Scope and Content
This series contains an assortment of correspondence sent and received during Governor Walker's term. The two folders of incoming correspondence were primarily received from local, state and national leaders corresponding on a wide range of issues that were pressing at that time. This section is arranged chronologically and does not represent all correspondence received by Governor Walker, but rather a majority sample of those for which the Governor read and sent a response.
The nineteen remaining folders contain correspondence with state agencies, local government, federal and other state officials, civic and business groups and the general public. Included are certifications, congratulatory letters, notes of condolence or sympathy, welcome letters to groups meeting in Utah, letters of reference, thank-you letters, letters of support and introduction, invitation letters to civic and business groups, grant and funding requests and congressional and federal agency letters.
Alphabetical by subject, thereafter chronological.
Constituent Correspondence from the Governor Walker, Series 25849, contains further correspondence received and created during Governor Walker's tenure in office.
Chief of Staff Records from the Governor Walker, Series 25863, provides further record of administration in the office through executive correspondence to and from the governor.
Subject Files from the Governor Walker, Series 27253, include the Governor's personal correspondence files (2003-2005) which contain a number of letters from dignitaries, friends, and citizens.
This series was transferred to the Utah State Archives by the governor's office administrator Michael Smith.
This series is available online as part of the Utah State Archives Digital Collections.
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.
This series was processed by Brandon Metcalf in July 2007.
|1||1||1||Incoming correspondence; 2003|
|1||1||2||Incoming correspondence; 2004|
|1||1||5||Brady Johnson; 2004 Jul 9|
|2||1||14||Public Land issues|
|2||1||20||Utah Housing certificates|