Department of Community and Culture. Division of State History Utah Preservation magazine
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These records are housed in the Utah State Archives' permanent storage room.
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Scope and Content
In cooperation with FyveStar, the Division of State History produced ten issues of Utah Preservation: Building on the Past. Through text and photographs, these magazines highlight preservation projects around the state, showing how individual projects reach completion through different routes. Of interest to all who care about historical structures, Utah Preservation: Building on the Past is also a resource for those actively involved in preservation projects. Issues were produced annually with cover stories concerning large projects or themes, such as the State Capitol restoration or the Governor's Mansion.
Numerical by volume number.
Issues collected in December 2010 from various sources.
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 Gina Strack in January 2011.
- Historic buildings—Utah
- Historic preservation—Utah
|1||1||Volume 1; 1997|
|1||2||Volume 2; 1998|
|1||3||Volume 3; 1999|
|1||4||Volume 4; 2000|
|1||5||Volume 5; 2001|
|1||6||Volume 6; 2002|
|1||7||Volume 7; 2003|
|1||8||Volume 8; 2004|
|1||9||Volume 9; 2005|
|1||10||Volume 10; 2006|