Utah Department of Administrative Services

Division of Archives & Records Service

Series 27266

Department of Community and Culture. Division of State History Published Utah Historical Quarterly manuscripts

Dates: 1985-

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These records are housed in the Utah State Archives' permanent storage room.

Historical Note

An agency history is available.

Scope and Content

About a dozen Utahns founded the Utah State Historical Society in 1897 at the Templeton Hotel in Salt Lake City. Jerrold Ranson Letcher, a transplant to Utah from Missouri, pushed its formation as a society that would balance prominent Mormons with non-Mormons, and involve government officials and women. Letcher had four goals for the Historical Society: to explore and investigate prehistoric artifacts and monuments; to collect and preserve papers, manuscripts, and documents; to hold scheduled meetings to share research and ideas; and to involve all parts of the state to contribute to furthering Utah history. At the first meeting on 22 July 1897, Governor Heber M. Wells appointed Letcher as chairman of the Society.

The State Legislature granted a large sum of money to the Society, allowing the Society to establish the Utah Historical Quarterly in 1928. Early issues were devoted to printing primary sources, especially edited versions or translations of journals or diaries. However, because of limited resources during the Great Depression, the Society suspended publication of the Quarterly from 1933 to 1939.

Under the direction of Arlington Russell Mortensen beginning in 1950, the Society began its transformation into a more academic, scholarly society. The first person to fill a management role with any training in history, Mortensen had earned a Ph.D. in history and brought his training to the society and especially the Quarterly. During the 1950s, the Quarterly attracted more scholarly authors. Mortensen also used special issues of the Quarterly to appeal to a wider audience, selling these special issues at public newsstands and supermarkets magazine racks. The modernized typography and format, special topics interesting to tourists, and colorful pages of these special issues appealed to a broader interest.

In the early 1960s, the Quarterly was redesigned and resembles its modern format. The Society changed its 6 by 9 inch format to a 7 1/4 by 10 3/8 format used today, and included more color covers. The Quarterly continues publishing innovative, scholarly articles based upon primary resources, book reviews, and documents to further knowledge of Utah history.

Arrangement

Chronological by issue date, thereunder by author's name.

Related Records

Utah Historical Quarterly from the Department of Community and Culture. Division of State History, Series 6472, contains the published Utah Historical Quarterly periodical.

Unpublished Utah Historical Quarterly manuscripts from the Department of Community and Culture. Division of State History, Series 27265, contains manuscripts submitted to the Utah Historical Quarterly that were not published.

Custody History

This series was transferred to the State Archives from the Historical Society in August, 2009. Records were formerly cataloged under Division of State History, manuscript number Mss B 1577.

Access Restrictions

This series is classified as Public.

Preferred Citation

Cite the Utah State Archives and Records Service, the creating agency name, the series title, and the series number.

Processing Note

This series was archivally processed by Jim Kichas in August, 2009.

Indexing Terms

Container List

BOX FOLDER DESCRIPTION
FALL 1985 (VOLUME 53, NUMBER 4)
1 1 Young, Revo M., "Otter Creek Reservoir"
1 3 Topping, Gary, ed., "Maguire's Trading Expedition, 1879"
1 4 Hales, David A., "The Gypsies are Coming"
1 5 Peterson, Charles and John E. Lamborn, "The Smelter Cases"
1 6 Vinson, Michael, "Utah's Working Women"
WINTER 1986 (VOLUME 54, NUMBER 1)
1 7 Goss, Peter L., "Architecture at the Turn of the Century"
1 8 Leonard, Glen M., "William Allen's Clients"
1 9 Brunvand, Judith, "Frederic Albert Hale, Architect"
1 10 Goss, Peter L., "William Allen: Architect-Builder and His Contribution to the Built Environment of Davis County"
1 11 Carter, Thomas, "'The Best of Its Kind and Grade': Reubilding the Sanpete Valley, 1890-1910"
1 12 Roper, Roger V., "The Unrivalled Perkings' Addition: Portrait or a Streetcar Subdivision"
SPRING 1986 (VOLUME 54, NUMBER 2)
1 13 Godfrey, AUdrey M., "Housewives, Hussies, and Heroines"
1 14 Seifrit, William C., "Letters From Paris"
1 15 Snow, Edwina Jo, "William Chandless: Mormon Observer"
1 16 Launius, Roger D., "One Man's Air Force"
SUMMER 1986 (VOLUME 54, NUMBER 3)
1 17 Flanagan, Carney L., "Depressions in Stride"
1 18 Quinn, R. Thomas, "Out of Depression's Depths: Henry H. Blood's First Year as Governor"
1 19 Arrington, Leonard J., "Utah's Great Drought of 1934"
1 20 Bunnell, Helen E., "Depression Memoirs"
1 21 Hinton, Wayne K., "Utah's Depresssion Experience"
FALL 1986 (VOLUME 54, NUMBER 4)
1 22 Bunker, Gary L. and Davis Bitton, "The Death of Brigham Young"
1 23 Taylor, Sandra C., "Japanese Americans and Keetley Farms"
1 24 Cannon, Brian Q. (W?), "Struggle Against Great Odds"
1 25 Sillito, John R., "Parley P. Christensen's World Tour"
WINTER 1987 (VOLUME 55, NUMBER 1)
2 1 Westwood, Jean M., "Richard Dallin Westwood: Sheriff"
2 2 McPherson, Robert S., "Navajos, Mormons, and H.L. Mitchell"
2 3 Austin, Thomas E. and Robert S. McPherson, "Law Enfocement in San Juan"
2 4 Van Wagoner, Richard S. and Mary Van Wagoner, "Arthur Pratt: Utah Lawman"
2 5 Winkler, Albert, "The Circleville Massacre: Brutality in Utah's Black Hawk War"
SPRING 1987 (VOLUME 55, NUMBER 2)
2 6 Reilly, P.T., "Norman Nevills"
2 7 Smith, Melvin T., "Exploration of the Colorado River"
2 8 Webb, Roy, "Les Voyageurs Sans Trace"
2 9 Topping, Gary, "Charles Kelly's Ventures"
2 10 Leake, Harvey & Gary Topping, "Explorations in Forbidding Canyon"
SUMMER 1987 (VOLUME 55, NUMBER 3)
2 11 Hales, David A., "Shall We Send For Matilda?"
2 12 Pulsipher, Ernest, "Juanita Brooks, My Mother"
2 13 Rothman, Hal, "The Cedar Breaks Proposal"
2 14 Crum, Steven J., "The Skull Valley Goshutes"
2 15 Hulse, James W., "St. Mary's County"
FALL 1987 (VOLUME 55, NUMBER 4)
2 16 Warner, Helen L., "Oscar Wilde's Visit"
2 17 Seifrit, William C., "Charles Henry Wilcken"
2 18 Dawson, Janice P., "Frederick V. Fisher: Methodist Apologist"
2 19 Lund, John Farnsworth, " A Visit to the Champ's House"
2 20 Rishell, Virginia, ed., "Tex Richard as a Fight Promoter"
WINTER 1988 (VOLUME 56, NUMBER 1)
3 1 Shirts, Morris A. and William T. Parry, "The Demise of the Desert Iron Company: Failure of the Brick Furnace Lining Technology"
3 2 Huchel, Frederick M., "The Box Elder Flouring Mill"
3 3 McCormick, John S., "The Beginning of Modern Electric Power Service in Utah, 1912-1922"
3 4 Day, Kimberly, "Frederick Kessler, Utah Craftsman"
3 5 Jackson, Richard H., "The Great Salt Lake and Great Salt Lake City: American Curiosities" (2 copies)
3 6 Miller, David H. and Anne M. Eckman, eds., "Seymour Miller's Account of an Early Sheep Operation on Fremont Island"
3 7 Madsen, Brigham D. "Stansbury's Expedition to the Great Salt Lake: 1849-1850"
3 8 Topping, Gary, "Emigration and the Hastings Cutoff"
3 9 Webb, Roy, "Thomas Caldwell Adams: The Man and the Lake"
SUMMER 1988 (VOLUME 56, NUMBER 3)
3 10 Embry, Jessie L., "Little Berlin: Swiss Saints of the Logan Tenth Ward"
3 11 Polson, D. Michol, "The Swedes in Grantsville, Utah, 1860-1900"
3 12 Costa, Janeen Arnold, "A Struggle for Survival and Identity: Families in the Aftermath of teh Castle Gate Coal Mine Disaster"
3 13 Petersen, LaMar, "My Garden of Eden"
4 1 Balle, Wayne L., "I Owe My Soul: An Architectural and Social History of Kenilworth, Utah"
FALL 1988 (VOLUME 56, NUMBER 4)
4 2 Thatcher, Elaine, "Some Chairs for My Famly: Furniture in Nineteenth-Century Cache Valley"
4 3 Truitt, Esther Ruth, "Enclosing a World"
4 4 Henrichsen, Kirk, "Pioneer Pottery of UTah and Henrichesen's Pottery Plant in Provo"
4 5 Edison, Carol, "Custom-Made Gravestones in Early Salt Lake City: The Work of Four English Stonecarvers"
WINTER 1989 (VOLUME 57, NUMBER 1)
4 6 Bringhurst, Newell G., "Applause, Attack, and Ambivalence: Varied Responses to Fawn M. Brodie's No Man Knows My History"
4 7 Metcalf, Warren, "A Precarious Balance: The Northern Utes and the Black Hawk War"
4 8 Cannon, Donald Q., "Angus M. Cannon: Frustrated Mormon Miner"
4 9 Walker, Ronald W. and Alexander M. Starr, "Shattering teh Vase: The Razing of the Old Salt Lake Theater"
5 1 Westergren, Bruce N., "Utah's Gamble with Parimutual Betting in the Early Twentieth Century"
SPRING 1989 (VOLUME 57, NUMBER 2)
5 2 Bennion, Sherilyn Cox, "The Sale Lake Sanitarian: Medical Adviser to the Saints"
5 3 Bailey, Jody and Robert S. McPherson, "Prohibition in Southeastern Utah"
5 4 Goldberg, Robert Alan, "Building Zions: A Conceptual Framework"
5 5 Peterson, Charles S., "Early Agricultural Agents"
5 6 Van Wagoner, Richard S., "Saratoga, Utah Lake's Oldest Resort"
SUMMER 1989 (VOLUME 57, NUMBER 3)
5 7 Johnson, Norman K., "Early Mormon and Utah Holographic Scrip"
5 8 Garrett, H. Dean, "The Controversial Death of Gobo Fango"
5 9 Embry, Jessie L., "A Tiny Ripple: The Growth of Heber City and the Wasatch Wave, 1889-1920"
5 10 Peterson, Richard H., "Jessie Knight, Utah's Mormon Mining Mogul"
5 11 Tripp, George, "Tooele: What is the Name's Origin?"
5 12 Heinerman, Joseph, "Reed Smoot's Secret Code"
5 13 Smith, Carmen, "The Lost Well of the Mormon Battalion Rediscovered"
FALL 1989 (VOLUME 57, NUMBER 4)
6 1 Westwood, Richard E., "Early Fur Farming in Utah"
6 2 Schmalz, Charles L., "The Failure of Utah's First Sugar Factory"
6 3 Arrington, Leonard J. and Linda Wilcox, "From Subsistence to Golden Age: Cache Valley Agriculture, 1859-1900"
6 4 Schmalz, Charles L., "Sugarbeets in Cache Valley: An Amalgamation of Agriculture and Industry"
6 5 Peterson, Charles S., "Grazing in Utah: A Historical Perspective"
WINTER 1990 (VOLUME 58, NUMBER 1)
6 6 Driggs, Ken, "Lorenzo Snow's Appellate Court Victory"
6 7 Janetski, Joel C., "Utah Lake: Its Role in the Prehistory of Utah Valley"
6 8 Defa, Dennis R., ed., "The Utah Letters of Alexander C. Badger, Jr."
7 1 Hulmston, John K., "Mormon Immigration in the 1860's"
7 2 Hicks, Michael, "Ministering Minstrels: Blackface Entertainment in Pioneer Utah"
SPRING 1990 (VOLUME 58, NUMBER 02)
7 3 Taniguchi, Nancy J., "No Proper Job for a Stranger: The Political Reign of Mark Braffet"
7 4 Dawson, Janice P., "Chautauqua and the Utah Performing Arts"
7 5 Arrington, Leonard J., "The Influenza Epidemic of 1918-1919 in Utah"
7 6 McPherson, Robert S., "The Influenza Epidemic of 1918: A Cultural Response"
7 7 Launius, Roger D., "Crossroads of the West: Aviation Comes to Utah, 1910-1940"
7 8 Smith, Melvin, "In Memorium: Juanita Brooks"
SUMMER 1990 (VOLUME 58, NUMBER 3)
8 1 Hacker, Peter R., "Shooting the Sheriff: A Look at Bernard DeVoto, Historian"
8 2 Geary, Edward A., "A 'Visitable Past': Virginia Sorensen's Sanpete"
8 3 Bradley, Martha S., "Mary Teasdel: Yet Another American in Paris"
8 4 Arrington, Harriet Horne, "Alice Merrill Horne, Art Promoter and Early Utah Legislator"
8 5 South, Will, "The Federal Art Project in Utah: Out of Oblivion or More of the Same"
FALL 1990 (VOLUME 58, NUMBER 04)
8 6 Papanikolas, Helen Z., "Immigrants, Minorities, and the Great War"
8 7 Nagler, Joerg A., "Enemy Aliens and Internment in World War I: Alvo von Alvensleben in Fort Doublas, Utah, a Case Study"
9 1 Murphy, Miriam B., "If Only I Shall Have the Right Stuff: Utah Women in World War I"
9 2 Roberts, Richard C., "The Utah National Guard in the Great War, 1917-1918"
WINTER 1991 (VOLUME 59, NUMBER 01)
9 3 Bohman, Lisa Bryner, "A Fresh Perspective: The Woman Suffrage Associations of Beaver and Farmington, Utah"
9 4 Bradley, Martha S., "Protect the Children: Child Labor in Utah, 1880-1920"
9 5 Beeton, Beverly, "A Feminist among the Mormons: Charlotte Ives Cobb Godby Kirby"
9 6 Bunker, Gary L. and Carol B. Bunker, "Woman Suffrage, Popular Art, and Utah"
9 7 Sandiford, Glen "Bernard DeVoto and His Forgotten Contribution to Echo Park"
SPRING 1991 (VOLUME 59, NUMBER 2)
9 8 Smith, Dwight L., "The Wheeler Survey in Utah, Idaho, and Montana: Samuel E. Tillman's Tour of Duty in 1877"
9 9 Noble, Antonette Chambers, "Utah's Rosies: Women in the Utah War Industries During World War II"
9 10 Egleston, Elizabeth, "For Commerce, Copper, and Children: The Architecture of Scott and Welch, 1914-1938"
10 1 Van Wagoner, Richard S., "The Lehi Sugar Factory - 100 Years in Retrospect"
10 2 Alexander, Thomas G., "Wilford Woodruff, Intellectual Progress, and the Growth of an Amateur Scientific and Technological Tradition in Early Territory Utah"
SUMMER 1991 (VOLUME 59, NUMBER 3)
10 3 Madsen, Brigham D., ed., "John W. Gunnison's Letters to His Mormon Friend, Albert Carrington"
10 4 Harvey, Mark W.T., "Utah, the National Park Service, and Dinosaur National Monument, 1909-1956"
10 5 Smith, Thomas G. "The Canyonlands National Park Controversy, 1961-1964"
10 6 Christy, Howard A., "What Virtue There is in Sonte and other Pungent Talk on the Early Utah Frontier"
10 7 Crum, Steven J., "The White Pine War of 1875: A Case of White Hysteria"
FALL 1991 (VOLUME 59, NUMBER 4)
11 1 Westwood, Richard E., "Howard W. Balseley, Dean of Uranium Miners and Civic Leader of Moab"
11 2 Taylor, Sandra C., "Interned at Topaz: Age, Gender, and Family in the Relocation Experience"
11 3 Noble, Antonette Chambers, "Utah's Defense Industries and Workers in World War II"
11 4 Saunders, Paul, "My Most Valued Christmas Gift"
11 5 Launius, Roger D., "Home on the Range: The U.S. Air Force Range in Utah, a Unique military Resource"
FALL 1992 (VOLUME 60, NUMBER 4)
11 6 Godfrey, Kenneth W., "Warmth, Friendship, and Scholarship: The Life and Times of Virginia Hanson"
11 7 Hartley, William G., "The Delta Phi Debating and Literary Society: Utah's First Fraternity, 1869-1904"
11 8 Winkler, Albert, "The Ute Mode of War in the Conflict of 1865-1868"
11 9 Sillito, John R., "The Making of an Insurgent: Parley P. Christensen and Utah Republicanism, 1900-1912"
WINTER 1993 (VOLUME 61, NUMBER 1)
11 10 Dawson, Janice P., "The Stephen Hales Family"
11 11 Bagley, Will, "Abner Blackburn's Account"
11 12 Gardner, Helen B. and Quenton T. Bowler, "The Peoples Progressive Telephone Company, 1912-1917"
11 13 Bashore, Melvin L., "The Salt Lake Seagulls"
11 14 Carroll, LaVon B., "Melba J. Lehner and Utah Child Care"
SPRING 1993 (VOLUME 61, NUMBER 2)
12 1 Jenson, H. Bert, "Smith Wells, Stagecoach Inn on the Nine Mile Road"
12 2 Bishop, M. Guy and Richard Neitzel Holzapfel, "Salt Lake Temple and Tourism"
12 3 Bennion, Sherilyn Cox, "Charles W. Hemenway Journalist"
12 4 Hulse, James W., "C.C. Goodwin and the Taming of the Tribune"
12 5 Poll, Richard D., "Thomas L. Kane and the Utah War"
SUMMER 1993 (VOLUME 61, NUMBER 3)
12 6 Madsen, Carol Carnwall, "Sisters at the Bar: Utah Women in Law"
12 7 Alley, John R., Jr., "Utah State Supreme Court Justice Samuel R. Thurman"
12 8 Crockett, J. Allan, "Remembering Justice A.H. Ellett"
12 9 Garff, Regnal W., "The Emancipation of the Juvenile Court, 1957-1965"
12 10 Tibbs, Don V., "An Affair With A Flag"
FALL 1993 (VOLUME 61, NUMBER 4)
13 1 Bergera, Gary James, "Earnest L. Wilkinson's Senate Bid"
13 2 Hunt, Andrew, "Beyond the Spotlight: The Red Scare in Utah"
13 3 Schirer, David L., "Families in Transition, 1890-1920"
13 4 Breaden, Ian Craig, "Poetry, Polity, and the Cache Valley Pioneer: Polemics in the Journal of Aaron DeWitt, 1869-1896"
WINTER 1994 (VOLUME 62, NUMBER 1)
13 5 Walker, Ronald W., "A Guage of the Times: Ensign Peak in the Twentieth Century"
13 6 Sorensen, Victor, "The Wasters and Destroyers: Community-Sponsored Predator Control in Early Utah Territory"
13 7 Saunders, Richard, "Rags! Rags! Rags! Beginnings of the Paper Industry in the Salt Lake Valley, 1848-1858"
13 8 Tilby, Wilma B.N., "Jacob Brand's Register of Dutchtown, Utah's Lost German Mining Colony"
13 9 Bate, Kerry William, "John Steele: Medicine Man, Magician, Mormon Patriarch"
SPRING 1994 (VOLUME 62, NUMBER 2)
14 1 Bigler, David L., "Garland Hurt: The American Friend of the Utahns"
14 2 Smith, Beatrice Scheer, "Ellen Powell Thompson in the Southwest Canyon Country: Her Diary (1872) and Plant Collections"
14 3 Smart, Donna T., "Parley P. Pratt Exploring Party"
14 4 Sweding, Eric G., "The Swett Homestead, 1909-1970"
SUMMER 1994 (VOLUME 62, NUMBER 3)
14 5 Aird, Robert and Gary Topping, ed. "An Adventure for Adventure's Sake"
14 6 White, Marilyn Curtis, "Keetley, The Birth and Death of a Small Town"
14 7 Parrish, Alan K., "Crisis in Utah Higher Education: The Consolidation Controversy of 1905-1907"
14 8 Reeve, W. Paul, " A Little Oasis in the Desert Hurricane, Utah Community Building"
14 9 Olsen, Beth R., "Utah's CCCs: The Conservators' Medium for Young Men, Nature, Economy, and Freedom"
FALL 1994 (VOLUME 62, NUMBER 4)
14 10 White, Jean Bickmore, "Prelude to Statehood Coming Together in the 1890's"
14 11 Panek, Tracey E., "The Antipolygamy Raids"
14 12 Schlup, Leonard, "Utah Maverick: Frank J. Cannon and the Politics of Conscience in 1896"
14 13 Mikkelsen, Robert S., "Growing Up Railroad"
WINTER 1995 (VOLUME 63, NUMBER 1)
15 1 Bate, Kerry William, "Kanarraville Fights World War I"
15 2 Godfrey, Audrey M., "Teacher, Farmer, Postmaster - The Contribution of Johnston's Army Soldiers Who Stayed in Utah"
15 3 McPherson, Robert S. and Marcia Black, "Southeastern Utah's Response to World War I"
15 4 Parrish, Alan K., "The Utah Experiment State in the Widtsoe Years"
15 5 Cannon, Brian Q., "The Sego Lilly"
SPRING 1995 (VOLUME 63, NUMBER 2)
15 6 Gessel, Clyde D., "Shaping Up The Troops"
15 7 Cannon, Margaret M., "Forging an Iron Industry in Utah: History of the Davis-Home Foundry"
15 8 Pierson, Lloyd M., "I Remember Bates"
15 9 Heaton, John W., "No Place to Pitch Their Teepees: Shoshone Adaptation to the Presence of Mormon Settlers in Cache Valley, 1855-1870"
15 10 Reilly, P.T., "Lost World of Glen Canyon"
15 11 Farmer, Jared, "Gregory Natural Bridge"
SUMMER 1995 (VOLUME 63, NUMBER 3)
15 12 Grattan-Aiello, Carolyn, "Senator Arthur V. Watkins and the Termination of Utah's Southern Paiute Indians"
15 13 Embry, Jessie L., "Fighting the Good Fight: The Utah Home Front During World War II"
15 14 Launius, Roger D. and Jessie L. Embry, "A Transforming Force: Military Aviation and Utah in World War II"
15 15 Van Alfen, Peter G., "Great Salt Lake Boats and Boatbuilders"
FALL 1995 (VOLUME 63, NUMBER 4)
16 1 Godfrey, Audrey M., "All Hail Statehood"
16 2 White, Jean Bickmore, "So Bright the Dream: Economic Prosperity and the Utah Constitutional Convention"
16 3 Lyman, Edward Leo, "Statehood and Utah's First U.S. Senate Seats: Prizes for the National Parties and Local Factions"
16 4 Madsen, Carol Cornwall, "Decade of Detente: The Mormon-Gentile Female Relationship in Nineteenth Century Utah"
16 5 Peterson, Charles S., "In Memoriam, C. Gregory Crampton"
WINTER 1996 (VOLUME 64, NUMBER 1)
16 6 Dykman, Judy, "Utah's Silver Queen"
16 7 Zolman, David L., Sr., "A Magician's View of Utah"
16 8 Liestman, Daniel, "Nineteenth-Century Utah Chinatowns"
16 9 Knipmeyer, James H., "The Denis Julien Inscriptions"
SPRING 1996 (VOLUME 64, NUMBER 2)
16 10 Carver, Sharon Snow, "Salt Lake City's Reaper Club"
16 11 Keller, Charles L., "Gargoza and Gogorza"
16 12 Alexander, Thomas G., "Some Meanings of Utah History"
16 13 Munson, Voyle L., "Leo Munson, Entrepreneur"
16 14 Lupo, Karen D., "Bison in Northern Utah"
16 15 May, Dean L., "Three Days in May 1895"
SUMMER 1996 (VOLUME 64, NUMBER 3)
17 1 Gruenwald, Kim M. "Indians and the Public Schools"
17 2 Fleming, Robert, "The Mountaineer vs The Valley Tan"
17 3 Alexander, Thomas G., "Utah's Constitution: A Reflection"
17 4 Grandstaff, Mark R., "Gen. Regis De Trobriano"
FALL 1996 (VOLUME 64, NUMBER 4)
17 5 Godfrey, Kenneth W., "Charles Penrose: Contributions to Statehood"
17 6 Metcalf, R. Warren, "Lambs of Sacrifice"
17 7 Mulder, William, ed. and trans. "From Harlem to Hoboken"
17 8 Johnson, Catherine M., "Emma Lucy Gates"
WINTER 1997 (VOLUME 65, NUMBER 1)
17 9 Ellis, Catherine H., "Common Soldier at Camp Douglas"
17 10 Carter, D. Robert, "S.S. Sho-Boat"
18 1 Foster, Craig L., "The Hay-Mortensen Murders"
18 2 McPherson, Robert S., "Howard R. Antes and the Navajo Faith Mission: Evangelist of Southeastern Utah"
SPRING 1997 (VOLUME 65, NUMBER 2)
18 3 Carmack, Noel A., "The Yellow Ochre Club"
18 4 Jones, Sondra, "The Trial of Don Pedro Leon"
18 5 Janetski, Joel C., "150 Years of Utah Archaeology"
18 6 Dixon, W. Randall, "Final Leg of the Mormon Trail"
SUMMER 1997 (VOLUME 65, NUMBER 3)
18 7-9 Topping, Gary, "One Hundred Years at the Utah State Historical Society"
FALL 1997 (VOLUME 65, NUMBER 4)
19 1 Alley, John R., Jr., "William M. McCarty"
19 2 Embry, Jessie and Ron Shook, "The Booneville Salt Flats"
19 3 Bapis, Elaine M., "In the Hands of Women"
19 4 McPherson, Robert S. and Mary Lou Mueller, "Midwifery in Southeastern Utah"
WINTER 1998 (VOLUME 66, NUMBER 1)
19 5 Ross, Drew, "'I Have Struck It Rich At Last': Charles Goodman, Traveling Photographer"
19 6 Torbensen, Craig L., "The Promontory-Curlew Land Company"
19 7 Butler, Wendy, "The Iwakura Mission in Salt Lake City"
20 1 Bringhurst, Newell G. and Frederick S. Buchanan, "Obediah H. Riggs and Education Reform"
SPRING 1998 (VOLUME 66, NUMBER 2)
20 2 Keller, Charles L., "James T. Monk, Snow King"
20 3 Iber, Jorge, "Utah Hispanics and the Depression"
20 4 Lyman, Edward Leo, "Dr. Elizabeth Tracy"
20 5 Pierson, Lloyd M., "Rollin J. Reeves"
SUMMER 1998 (VOLUME 66, NUMBER 3)
20 6 Geary, Edward A., "History Written On the Land in Emery County"
21 1 Whitley, Colleen, ed., "Allen Dahl Young: Diary of a POW"
21 2 Hampshire, David, "Park City's Great Fire"
FALL 1998 (VOLUME 66, NUMBER 4)
21 3 Brimhall, Sandra Dawn, "Sarah Alexander: Pioneer Actress"
21 4 Gerlach, Larry R., "Justice Denied"
21 5 Carmack, Noel A., "Before the Flapper Girl"
21 6 Carter, D. Robert, "Provonna Beach Resort"
WINTER 1999 (VOLUME 67, NUMBER 1)
21 7 Cannon, Brian Q., "1936 Presidential Election in Utah"
22 1 Bergera, Gary James, "The Death of Everett Ruess"
22 2 Honker, Andrew M., "Grazed Almost to Extinction"
22 3 McPherson, Robert S. and Richard Kitchen, "San Juan River Gold Rush"
SPRING 1999 (VOLUME 67, NUMBER 2)
22 4 Hales, David A., "School Days for School Marms"
22 5 Reeve, W. Paul, "Possession and Dispossession of Hebron"
22 6 Geary, Edward A., "Reuben G. Miller, Rancher"
22 7 Bitton, Davis, "In Memoriam, Leonard J. Arrington"
SUMMER 1999 (VOLUME 67, NUMBER 3)
23 1 Paulson, Jean R., "Samuel R. Taylor"
23 2 McPherson, Robert S., "Of Papers and Perception: Utes and Navajos in Journalistic Media"
23 3 Jones, Sondra, "Redeeming' the Indian: The Enslavement of Indian Children in New Mexico and Utah"
23 4 Lyman, Edward Leo, "The Arrowheads Trail Highway"
FALL 1999 (VOLUME 67, NUMBER 4)
23 5 Roper, Roger, "Homemakers in Transition"
23 6 Schindler, Harold, "Battle of Bear River"
23 7 Seegmiller, Janet Burton, "Walter K. Granger, Congressman"
23 8 Van Hoak, Stephen P., "Waccara's Utes: Equestrian Adaptations"
WINTER 2000 (VOLUME 68, NUMBER 1)
24 1 Brimhall, Sandra Dawn and Mark D. Curtis, "The Gardo House: A History of the Mansion and the Occupants"
24 2 Parson, Robert, "Seeps, Springs, and Bogs: The Changing Historic Landscape of Smithfield"
24 3 Rogers, Kristen Smart, "Another Good Man': Anthony W. Ivins and the Defeat of Reed Smoot"
SPRING 2000 (VOLUME 68, NUMBER 2)
24 4 Keller, Charles L., "Tales of Four Alta Miners"
24 5 Bennion, Sherilyn Cox, "The Press on Wheels Meets the Mormons"
24 6 Madsen, Troy, "The Company Doctor: Promoting Stability in Eastern Utah Mining Towns"
SUMMER 2000 (VOLUME 68, NUMBER 3)
24 7 Bitton, Davis, "'I'd Rather Have Some Roasting Ears': The Peregrinations of George Armstrong Hicks"
24 8 Davis, Kent and Kristen Rogers, ed., "Grit Enough to Stick With It': Stories from Blue Valley"
24 9 Watt, Ronald G., "Price Band Days: The Intermountain Music Festival"
24 10 Godfrey, Audrey M., "Pins, Patterns and J.C. Penney's: An Ogden Cottage Industry Goes Global"
FALL 2000 (VOLUME 68, NUMBER 4)
25 1 Hinton, Wayne K., "Getting Along: The Significance of Cooperation in the Development of Zion National Park"
25 2 Hunter, J. Michael, "The Monument to Brigham Young and the Pioneers: One Hundred Years of Controversy"
25 3 Carmack, Noel A., "Running the Line: James Henry Martineau's Surveys in Northern Utah, 1860-1882"
WINTER 2001 (VOLUME 69, NUMBER 1)
25 4 Salmon, Rusty and Robert S. McPherson, "Cowboys, Indians, and Conflict: The Pinhook Draw Fight, 1881 (The Little Castle Valley Fight)"
25 5 Knight, Amberly, "Hot Rocks Make Big Waves: The Impact of the Uranium Boom on Moab, Utah, 1948-1957"
25 6 Kaufman, Kathleen and Dianne Knorr, "By Foot, By Horse, By Crummy Louise Van Ee Jager - School Nurse in Bingham Canyon: 1921-1939"
26 1 Sweden, Eric G., "Bingham Canyon Physician: Paul Snelgrove Richards, 1892-1958"
SPRING 2001 (VOLUME 69, NUMBER 2)
26 2 Prince, Stephen, "You Haven't Got Enough Guts to Shoot - Hand Me That Gun! Sheriff Antone B. Prince, 1936-1954"
26 3 Embry, Jessie, "North Logan: A Town Without A Plan"
26 4 Wilson, Marian Robertson, "Wanda Robertson: A Teacher for Topaz"
26 5 Walker, Ronald W., "Thomas L. Kane and Utah's Quest for Self-Government, 1846-1851"
SUMMER 2001 (VOLUME 69, NUMBER 3)
26 6 Petersen, Jesse G., "The Lincoln Highway and Its Changing Routes in Utah"
27 1 Daynes, Gary and Richard Ian Kimball, "'By Their Fruits Ye Shall Know Them': A Cultural History of Orchard Life in Utah Valley" (Orchards of the Provo Bench
27 2 Keller, Roger R., "Episcopalian Bishop franklin S. Spalding and the Mormons"
27 3 Woodger, Mary Jane, "Bitter Sweet: John Taylor's Introduction of the Sugar Beet Industry in Deseret"
FALL 2001 (VOLUME 69, NUMBER 4)
27 4 Sather, Lee, "It's All Downhill From Here: The Rise and Fall of Becker Hill 1929-1933"
27 5 Engen, Alan K., "Alf Engen...Ski Meister of the Twentieth Century"
27 6 Olsen, Beth R., "Winter Fun in Northern Utah Valley"
27 7 Kelner, Alexis, "Cabins in the Sky"
WINTER 2002 (VOLUME 70, NUMBER 1)
27 8 Welker, R. Todd, "Utah Schools and the Japanese American Student Relocation Program"
27 9 Saunders, Richard L., "The Utah Writers' Project and Writing of Utah: A Guide to the State"
28 1 Swensen, James R., "Dorothea Lange's Portrait of Utah"
28 2 Alder, Douglas, "Senator Orval Hafen and the Transformation of Utah's Dixie"
SPRING 2002 (VOLUME 70, NUMBER 2)
28 3 Bean, Lee L., et al., "Infant Deaths in Utah, 1850-1939"
28 4 Taniguchi, Nancy J., "The Winter Quarters Tragedy: Response of Government and Industry"
28 5 Embry, Jessie L., "Coming Home: Community Baseball in Cache Valley, Utah"
28 6 Fuller, Craig, "Finns and the Winter Quarters Mine Disaster"
SUMMER 2002 (VOLUME 70, NUMBER 3)
28 7 Homer, Michael W., "An Immigrant Story: Three Orphaned Italians in Early Utah Territory"
29 1 Walker, Ronald W., "Wakara Meets the Mormons, 1848-1852: A Case Study in Native American Accommodation"
29 2 Callaway, Judson and Su Richards, "Electricity for Electrification of Rural Salt Lake County, 1897-1924"
29 3 McPherson, Robert S. and Winston B. Hurst, "The Fight at Soldiers' Crossing, 1884: Military Considerations in Canyon Country"
FALL 2002 (VOLUME 70, NUMBER 4)
29 4 Aird, Polly, "Bound For Zion: The Ten and Thirteen Pound Emigrating Companies, 1853-1854"
29 5 Murphy, Miriam and Craig Fuller, "Glimpses of Skating and Coasting in Utah"
30 1 Arave, Joe, "The Forest Service Takes to the Slopes: The Birth of Utah's Ski Industry and the Role of the Forest Service"
30 2 Sproul, David K., "Environmentalism and the Kaiparowits Power Project, 1974-1976"
WINTER 2003 (VOLUME 71, NUMBER 1)
31 1 Topping, Gary, "Robert J. Dwyer and the Writing of Utah History"
31 2-3 Scott, Patricia Lynn, "Jennie Anderson Froiseth and the Blue Tea"
31 4 Blakesley, Katie Clark, "Save 'em, Wash 'em, Clean 'em, Squash 'em': The Story of the Salt Lake City Minute Women
31 5 Francaviglia, Richard, "Rather Curious One: Remembering Utah's Sanpete Valley Railway"
SPRING 2003 (VOLUME 71, NUMBER 2)
32 1-2 MacKinnon, William P., "Like Splitting a Man Up His Backbone': The Territorial Dismemberment of Utah, 1850-1896"
32 3 Topping, Gary, "The Hesitant Beginnings of the Catholic Church in Southeastern Utah"
32 4-5 Rogers, Kristen Smart, "Community and Memory in Grouse Creek"
32 6 Robinson, Max E., "A Trip With the Mail"
SUMMER 2003 (VOLUME 71, NUMBER 3)
33 1 Embry, Jessie L., "The Biggest Advertisement for a Town: Provo Baseball and the Provo Timps"
33 2 Tholen, Faye, "Vipont Utah - A Lost and Almost Forgotten Ghost Town"
33 3 Rogers, Jedediah Smart, "When the People Speak: Mormons and the 1954 Redistricting Campaign in Utah"
33 4-5 Esson, Dylan, "Did 'Dirty Harry' Kill John Wayne?: Media Sensationalism and the Filming of The Conqueror in the Wake of Atomic Testing"
FALL 2003 (VOLUME 71, NUMBER 4)
33 6-7 Alexander, Thomas G., "Interdependence and Change: Mutual Irrigation Companies in Utah's Wasatch Oasis in an Age of Modernization, 1870-1930"
34 1 Wallis, Eileen V., "The Women's Cooperative Movement in Utah, 1869-1915"
34 2-3 Lewis, Hyrum S., "Kanosh and Ute Identity in Territorial Utah"
34 4 Staker, Steven L., "Mark Twain v John Caine, et al: A Utah Territorial Case of Copyright Enforcement"
34 5 Goldberg, Robert A., "In Memoriam: Dean L. May, 1938-2003"
WINTER 2004 (VOLUME 72, NUMBER 1)
35 1 Van Hoak, Stephen P. "The Other Buffalo: Native Americans, Fur Trappers, and the Western Bison, 1600-1860"
35 2 Jones, Sondra. "Saints or Sinners? The Evolving Perceptions of Mormon-Indian Relations in Utah Historiography"
35 3 Johnson, Michael W., "Rendezvous at Promontory: A New Look at the Golden Spike Ceremony"
35 4 Buck, Holly, "'Amusements and Recreations...Makes Our Working Hours Profitable': Utah 4-H, 1940-1960"
SPRING 2004 (VOLUME 72, NUMBER 2)
35 5 Mulder, William, "Willem Jacobus DeBry and De Utah Nederlander, 1914-1935"
35 6 Sidford, Robert C., "'To the Devil By Any Road They Please': Cache Valley's Entrepreneurial Challenge to Cooperation"
35 7 Parson, Robert, "'The Hardest Worked River in the World': The 1962 Bear River Project, Utah and Idaho"
35 8 Brimhall, Sandra Dawn and David A. Hales, "Frances R. Burke: Toquerville Presbyterian Missionary"
SUMMER 2004 (VOLUME 72, NUMBER 3)
35 9 Church, Michael A., "Smoke Farming: Smelting and Agricultural Reform in Utah, 1900-1945"
35 10 Lassing, Michael, "Race, Space, and Chinese Life in Late Nineteenth-Century Salt Lake City"
35 11 Quinn, Frederick, "Abiel Leonard, teh Bishop as Builder"
35 12-14 Bowman, Matthew, "'It Is Time We Do Something Radical': The Union Party in Utah"
FALL 2004 (VOLUME 72, NUMBER 4)
35 15 Metcalf, Brandon J., "The Nauvoo Legion and the Prevention of the Utah War"
35 16 MacKinnon, William P., "'Unquestionably Authentic and Correct in Every Detail': Probing John I. Ginn and His Remarkable Utah War Story"
35 17 Sillito, John, "Our Tone': Tony Lazzeri's Baseball Career in Salt Lake City, 1922-1925"
35 18 Hight, Cliff, "The Era of Tommy Lasorda: The Ogden Dodgers, 1966-1968"
WINTER 2005 (VOLUME 73, NUMBER 1)
36 1 Peterson, F. Ross, "'Blindside': Utah on the Eve of Brown v. Board of Education"
36 2 Olmstead, Jacob W., "Injudicious Mormon Banker: The Life of B.H. Schettler and the Collapse of His Private Bank"
36 3 Quinn, Frederick, "'To Elevate the Red Man': The Episcopal Church's Native American Policy in Utah"
36 4-5 Parshall, Ardis E., "'Pursue, Retake, and Punish': The 1857 Santa Clara Ambush"
SPRING 2005 (VOLUME 73, NUMBER 2)
36 6-7 Powell, Allan Kent, "Utah and World War II"
36 8 O'Brien, Thomas, "Pearl Harbor's Forgotten Hero: The Story of the USS Utah"
36 9-10 Finley, Max, "A Utahn At Utah Beach - June 6, 1944"
36 11 Crawford, J.L., "World War II Through the Words and Camera Lens of One Utahn"
36 12 James, Louise, "From Gunnison, Utah to Kagoshima, Japan: The Story of Mary Kimura Tokonami"
36 13 Murphy, Miriam B., "Chicago Charlie and the Bingham Canyon Victory Flag Society"
36 14 Notarianni, Phil, "In Memoriam - Helen Zeese Papanikolas: 1917-2004"
SUMMER 2005 (VOLUME 73, NUMBER 3)
37 1-2 Hardy, B. Carmon, "That Same Old Question of Polygamy and Polygamous Living: Some Recent Findings regarding Nineteenth and Early Twentieth-Century Mormon Polygamy"
37 3-4 Perkins, Eugene H. and Waldo C. Perkins, "The Mormon Battalion Experience: Four Soldiers, Four Stories"
37 5-6 Rogers, Jedediah S. "'One Vast Contiguity of Waste': Documents From an Early Attempt to Expand the Mormon Kingdom into Uinta Basin, 1861"
37 7-8 Fraizer, Christine, "The Utah State Training School: Its Founding and Development"
FALL 2005 (VOLUME 73, NUMBER 4)
37 9 Turley, Kylie Nielson, "Kanab's All Woman Town Council, 1912-1914: Politics, Power Struggles, and Polygamy"
37 10 Johnson, Michael W., "Whiskey or Water: A Brief History of the Cache National Forest"
37 11 Grow, Matthew, "I Have Given Myself to the Devil: Thomas L. Kane and the Culture of Honor"
37 12 Garrett, Christopher J., "The Defense of Deseret: An Examination of LDS Church Trade Politics and Development Efforts in the American West"
WINTER 2006 (VOLUME 74, NUMBER 1)
38 1 Perkins, Waldo C., "From Switzerland to the Colorado River: Life Sketch of the Entrepreneurial Daniel Bonelli, The Forgotten Pioneer"
38 2 Miller, Douglas K., "The Quest to Become Chief of Police: The Illustrious Career of George Augustus Sheets"
38 3 Lindstrom, Linda, "The Lehi Brass Band"
38 4 Swensen, James R., "Passing Through: Arthur Rothstein's Photographic Account of Utah, March 1940"
SPRING 2006 (VOLUME 74, NUMBER 2)
38 5 O'Neil, Floyd A., "Utah's Twentieth Century History: Reprise and Nostrums"
38 6 Sheeres, Janet Sjaarda, "From the Dikes to the Desert: The First Dutch Mormons in Utah in the Last Half of the 1800's"
38 7 Davis, Daniel, "'Appreciating a Pretty Shoulder': The Risque Photographs of Charles Ellis Johnson"
38 8 Ruotsila, Markku, "Senator William H. King of Utah and His Campaigns Against Russian Communism, 1917-1933"
38 9 Bateman, Jeffrey S., "Utah State Agricultural College as the 'West Point of the West': The Leadership of E.G. Peterson"
SUMMER 2006 (VOLUME 74, NUMBER 3)
38 10-12 Paulsen, Deirdre, Polly Stewart, and Colleen Whitley, "Studies in Utah Folklore"
38 10-12 Wilson, William A., "The Folklore of Dixie - Past and Present"
38 10-12 Stewart, Polly, "Urban Pioneers: The Flk-Music Revival in Utah, 1959-1966"
38 10-12 Thomas, Mark, "Grafts From a Lost Orchard"
38 10-12 Edison, Carol, "Contemporary Navajo Baskets on the Utah Reservation"
38 10-12 Stanley, David, "The Dynamics of Multi-Ethnicity in Twentieth-Century Carbon County, Utah"
FALL 2006 (VOLUME 74, NUMBER 4)
39 1 Hartley, William G., "Rhode Island 49er Albert King Thurber's Gold Rush Journey That Ended in Utah"
39 2 Briggs, Robert H., "The Mountain Meadows Massacre: An Analystical Narrative Based on Participant Confessions"
39 3 Woods, Fred E., "'Surely This City is Bound to Shine': Descriptions of Salt Lake City by Western-Bound Emigrants, 1849-1868"
39 4 Nichols, Jeffrey, "'The Boss of the White Slaves': R. Bruce Johnson and African American Political Power in Utah at the Turn of the Twentieth Century"
39 5 Kass Fleisher - Letter to the Editor
WINTER 2007 (VOLUME 75, NUMBER 1)
39 6 Young, Kimball, "Utah Public Debt History"
39 7-9 Lyman, Edward Leo, "Caught in Between: Jacob Hamblin and the Southern Paiutes During the Black Hawk-Navajo Wars of the Late 1860's"
39 10 Wood, David Lyle, "The Dearest Laborers: Pilgrims on the Lightning Road to Zion"
39 11 Swedin, Eric G., "Thiokol in Utah"
39 12 In Memoriam: Everett L. Cooley - 1917-2006
SPRING 2007 (VOLUME 75, NUMBER 2)
40 1 Paulos, Michael Harold, "'...I Am Not and Never Have Been A Polygamist': Reed Smoot's Speech Before the United States Senate, February 19, 1907"
40 2 Andersen, Rebecca, "The Baron Woolen Mills: A Utah Legend"
40 3 Watt, Ronald G., "The Beginnings of the Journal of Discourses: A Confrontation Between George D. Watt and Willard Richards"
40 4-11 Holley, Val, "Leo Haefeli, Utah's Chameleon Journalist"
40 12 Parson, Robert, "'Leftward March': 1930's Student Liberalism at the Utah State Agricultural College"
40 13-15 Miscellaneous Files
SUMMER 2007 (VOLUME 75, NUMBER 3)
41 1-3 Menkes, Dove, "A Young Man Goes West: The 1879 Letters of Leonard Herbert Swett"
41 4 Reeve, W. Paul, "'Places That Can Be Easily Defended': A Case Study in the Economics of Abandoonment During Utah's Black Hawk War"
41 5 Munroe, Jeffrey S., "In the Footsteps of Timothy O'Sullivan: Rephotographing the 1869 King Survey in the Headwaters of the Bear River, Uintah Mountains"
41 6 Harris, Benjamin, "'In Deed and In Word': The Anti-Apartheid Movement at the University of Utah, 1978-1987"
41 7 Letters to the Editor
FALL 2007 (VOLUME 75, NUMBER 4)
41 8 Kimball, Richard Ian, "'The Right Sort to Bring to the City': Jack Johnson, Boxing, and Boosterism in Salt Lake City"
41 9 Miller, Douglas K., "The Salt Lake County Rotary Jail"
41 10 Record, Patricia L., "The Trapper, the Indian, and the Naming of Logan"