Governor Walker Speeches and official statements
These records are housed in the Utah State Archives' permanent storage room.
An agency history is available.
Scope and Content
This series includes speeches, addresses, comments and statements prepared by Governor Walker and her staff and presented to the populace at large, executives from other state agencies, representatives of state and local government, private groups, colleges and universities, business associations, and new media and commentators.
The first seven folders contain speeches delivered by Walker while she served as Lt. Governor in the Leavitt administration from 1993-2003.
Chronological by year and month.
Schedule from the Governor Walker, Series 25850, contains the speeches delivered by Governor Walker that are reflected in this series.
These records were transferred to the Utah State Archives by the governor's office administrator Michael Smith.
This series is available on microfilm.
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||1993 Oct 21; "A Homemaker's Political Theory," delivered at BYU|
|1||1||2||1994 Oct 13; "Values"|
|1||1||3||1995 Feb 21; Speech delivered to Utah State University Institute of Religion|
|1||1||4||1995 Aug 16; Speech delivered at the dedication of the Esther Francis monument in Morgan County, Utah|
|1||1||5||1998 Nov 8; Speech on higher education delivered in Nitra, Slovakia|
|1||1||6||1999; Technology talking points|
|1||1||7||2000 Sep; Speech delivered to Worldwide Organization for Women [cassette tape]|
|1||1||8||2003 Nov 5; Inaugural address and cermony program|
|1||1||9||2003 Nov; Notes on the life and accomplishments of Martha Hughes Cannon|
|1||1||10||2004 May 8; Republican Convention candidate speech|
|1||1||11||2004 Dec; The Walker Legacy (Walker Work Plan Administration Accomplishments)|
|1||1||12||2004 Dec 10; Budget Rollout talking points|
|1||1||13||2004 Dec 22; "Footprints for the Future," Governor Olene S. Walker Farewell Speech|
|1||1||14||2003-2004; Ephemeral material|