Utah Department of Administrative Services

Division of Archives & Records Service

Series 22015

State Planning Board Population studies

Dates: 1920-1941.

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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

The State Planning Board gathered research on Utah's population in an effort to understand the problems of the state's development, land use, and resources conservation. The series includes an apartment vacancy survey; charts; statistics; industrial movements reports; welfare expenditures; population studies of incorporated cities; and studies on demographic trends including migration, births, and deaths.

Arrangement

Alphabetical by name of report.

Related Records

Economic statistics from the State Planning Board, Series 1176, This series has general reports on population by county.

Public welfare reports from the State Planning Board, Series 1181, This series has reports from various welfare institutions.

Maps from the State Planning Board, Series 5597, This has studies on Utah's population.

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 processed by M. Call in June 1999 and updated in August 2004 by G. Strack after having been filmed.

Indexing Terms

  • Land use—Planning—Utah.
  • Population research—Utah.
  • Utah—Population—Statistics.
  • Utah—Vital statistics.

Container List

REEL DESCRIPTION
1 Apartment vacancy survey; 1941
1 Charts; 1920-1930
1 Graphs
1 Industrial movements in Utah with population aspects; 1935
1 L. D. S. relief expenditures according to population; 1929-1934
1 Migration of population in Utah; 1940
1 Population of incorporated places
1 Recorded births and deaths by counties; 1910-1939
1 Some effects of population change in Utah; 1936
1 Statistics; 1880-1940
1 Studies; 1934-1940
1 Trends; 1936