Department of Natural Resources. Division of Parks and Recreation This is the Place State Heritage Park records
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Dates: ca. 1960-
These records are housed in the Utah State Archives' permanent storage room.
Scope and Content
Pioneer Trail State Park, now known as This is the Place Heritage Park, is a living history village ("Old Deseret") of pioneer Utah. It also contains the This is the Place monument, a bronze statue honoring the arrival of the Latter-day Saints (Mormons) in the Salt Lake Valley. Records may include: board minutes, administrative correspondence, land patents, initial construction inventory and planning, environmental or soil surveys, master plans, development proposals, plans and specifications, buildings, other facility construction, buildings and grounds operations or current expenses, permits, incident reports, dedication ceremonies, newspaper or magazine articles, brochures, signage, driving maps, press releases, natural studies, archaeological studies, historical studies, photographs, displays and museum exhibits, public activities.
This series is available on microfilm.
Microfiche holdings require staff assistance due to fewer reference copies. Handle masters under supervision.
Cite the Utah State Archives and Records Service, the creating agency name, the series title, and the series number.
Microfiche processed by Rebekkah Shaw under the National Historical Publications and Records Commission grant to the Utah State Archives and Records Services for the Utah Microfiche Backlog Project (Grant No.: NAR10-RB-50086-10). July 2010 - December 2011
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