Governor Dern Correspondence
These records are housed in the Utah State Archives' permanent storage room.
An agency history is available.
Scope and Content
This series contains the correspondence of Governor Mabey on a variety of topics, including the Arrowhead trail, the Wendover Cutoff, an abduction case, prohibition, and soldier land settlement. It also contains correspondence within the Republican Party addressing speaking and campaigning commitments. Some general correspondence from constituents and other governmental officials is also part of this series. These records are a documentation of Governor Mabey and the State's involvement in events and occurrences during his term in office.
Alphabetical by subject, thereunder chronological.
Oversized maps were removed and stored separately; these are filmed and spliced to the beginning of the microfilm reel.
Administrative records from the Governor Bamberger, Series 183, holds information on prohibition and soldier land settlement.
Minutes from the Board of Soldier Settlement, Series 1196, are minutes from the commission meetings regarding soldier land settlement.
Report from the Board of Soldier Settlement, Series 2384, contains information on soldier land settlement.
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 Wendy Checketts in 1999 and microfilmed in 2002.
- Mabey, Charles Rendell, 1877-1959
- Roads—Design and construction—Wendover (Utah).
- Utah—Land settlement.
- Utah—Political campaigns.
|1||1||1||Arrowhead Trail correpondence (oversized map removed)|
|1||1||2||Case of child stealing correspondence|
|1||1||5||Republican party correspondence|
|1||1||6||Republican party telegrams|
|1||1||7||Republican party telegrams|
|1||1||8||Soldier land settlement correspondence|
|1||1||9||Wendover Cutoff correspondence (2 oversized maps removed)|
|1||7||none||Oversized Maps; See Arrowhead Trail correspondence and Wendover Cutoff Correpondence|