Project Grant Recipients for 2015

Organization Project Description Amount Awarded
Southern Utah University Purchase supplies for Utah Shakespeare Festival Prompt Books and Dramaturg Binders. 17 linear feet of the Prompt books and 21 linear feet of the Dramaturg binders were arranged and described. A catalog (MARC) record and an item level digital finding aid were created and are available at


Weber State University Purchase supplies to create custom boxes for Weber County Daughters of Utah Pioneers scrapbooks and Ogden State Bank ledgers. 42 cubic feet of DUP scrapbooks and 68 cubic feet of the Ogden Bank ledgers were arranged and described. A register for both collections is available at and $1500
Utah State University Libraries Digitization of the Brigham Young College Collection. The collection includes 285 items and 9762 individual scans. The collection is available online at $2772
Northwestern Band of Shoshone Nations Process and rehouse in archival boxes tribal records from 1995-2015. A finding aid will be prepared as part of this project and information will be entered into the tribal library catalog system currently available at the Tribal Offices. $3000
Springville Historical Society Digitization of the Springville Herald Newspaper Collection, 1964-1969. 3636 pages of the newspaper were digitized and the collection is available online through the Utah Digital Newspapers Project. $3000
The Episcopal Diocese of Utah Organize and index historical documents and ledgers and purchase a storage cabinet for these records. Index will be available through the diocese website. There is an article and link to the database online at $2500
Box Elder Museum Foundation Purchase archival boxes, clean, and rehouse 158 documents relating to the Civic Improvement Club of Brigham City, which began in 1906. Catalog records are available online at $2615
Mapleton Historical Museum

Digitize and purchase archival supplies for 200 photographs from the Mapleton City collection. Images are accessible online at


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