Series 28795Murray City School District (Utah) Utah materials files
Dates: ca. 1960-1965.
These records are housed in the Utah State Archives' permanent storage room.
An agency history is available.
Scope and Content
This series contains information and materials about Utah and its history collected and compiled by the school district as a resource to support the Utah history curriculum in the schools. The resources include books, pamphlets, and flyers outlining various aspects of Utah history, geography, industry, scenic attractions, and reclamation projects. Some of the information was apparently compiled and printed by the school district, but many of the items are publications from such entities as the Utah Tourist and Publicity Bureau and the Bureau of Land Management. The series constitutes a resource kit and includes an inventory of items in the kit and where copies of each item could be obtained. It appears that the series acted as a master file for resource kits that could be provided to teachers to assist them in teaching Utah history. In addition to the items listed in the inventory, the series also includes a number of other publications that were probably added after the inventory was compiled.
Generally arranged as listed in the included inventory list.
The Murray City School District gave the records in this series to the Murray City Museum. Because the records did not relate directly to Murray City history, the Museum passed them on to the State Archives in December 2015.
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.
Gaps in Series
The inventory included in the series lists a recording related to the This is the Place Monument and notes "See School Kit." The recording was not with the other items when the series came to the State Archives in 2015.
When this series came to the State Archives it contained three copies of most items in the series. During processing the the best-preserved copy of each item was maintained in the series, the second best copy of state or local government publications was transferred to a publication series for the appropriate agency, and the second copy of federal and private publications were given to the Utah State Historical Society. Any additional copies were discarded.
This series was archivally processed by Kelly Akin and Alan Barnett in February 2016.
- Elementary and Secondary Education
- Mines and Mineral Resources
- Overland Journeys to the Western United States
- Public Works
- Water and Water Rights
|1||1||Utah File Inventory|
|1||2||The Beehive House|
|1||3||A Treasure Chest in the Growing West|
|1||4||The Pony Express - Centennial Year|
|1||5||Great Salt Lake (UTPC #15)|
|1||6||Climate (UTPC #17)|
|1||7||What'n When in Utah (calendar of events)|
|1||8||The Utah Story|
|1||10||Alps of America - Greater Utah Valley|
|1||11||Salt Lake City - Maps, Traffic Regulations, and Interesting Facts|
|1||12||Flaming Gorge Dam|
|1||13||Glen Canyon Dam|
|1||14||Glen Canyon National Recreation Area|
|1||15||Colorado River Storage Project - In a Nutshell|
|1||16||Colorado River Storage Project - Year of the First Harvest, 1963|
|1||17||Glen Canyon - Challenge to Progress|
|1||18||Weber Basin Project|
|1||19||Interconnected Transmission System (Colorado River Storage Project)|
|1||20||Salt Lake City - Road Maps|
|1||21||Utah - Points of Interest & Touring Map|
|1||22||Utah - Arizona - Spectacular Canyon Lands|
|1||23||Utah's Old State House|
|1||24||Petroleum Industry in Utah|
|1||25||Our Public Lands (laws and regulations)|
|1||26||Pioneer Memorial Museum|
|1||27||Save the Tabernacle (Wasatch Stake Tabernacle)|
|1||28||What are "The Public Lands"?|
|1||29||Central Utah Water District Created|
|1||30||Recreational Opportunities on Public Lands|
|1||31||Zion, Bryce Canyon and Grand Canyon National Park|
|1||32||A Brief History (Union Pacific RR history)|
|1||33||Kennecott Research Center|
|1||34||Utah Highway Map|
|1||35||The Utah Copper Story|
|1||36||Interstate Highways for Utah|
|1||37||The Mormons - Their Westward Trek|
|1||39||Farmington Bay Waterfowl Management Area|
|1||40||Utah Fact Sheet|
|1||41||Utah Directory and Guide Book|
|1||44||Facts You Should Know About Ogden, Utah|
|1||45||Dinosaur National Monument|
|1||46||SUP News, Vol. 12 No. 2 (Pioneer Village Museum)|
|1||47||Utah Pioneer Village|
|1||48||"Pioneer Sons Get Praise for Village" (article from Salt Lake Tribune, 1965)|
|1||49||The Bear River Compact|
|1||50||Salt Lake City, Ogden and Provo (road map)|
|1||51||Scenic Southwestern Utah|
|2||52||The Council Hall|
|2||53||Mileages from Salt Lake City to Points in Utah|
|2||55||The Valley of the Great Salt Lake|
|2||56||Utah's Dixie the Cotton Mission|
|2||57||John M. Browning Armory|
|2||58||Salt Lake City - A Pictorial Study|
|2||59||Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area|
|2||60||See the West Reclaimed|
|2||62||Geological Wonders of Utah|
|2||63||Sanpete County (fact sheet)|
|2||64||Davis County (county information and map)|
|2||65||Millard County (tourism pamphlet)|
|2||66||Uintah County (county information)|
|2||67||Piute County (history and facts)|
|2||68||Discover South-Central Utah (map and information of counties)|
|2||70||Utah History Atlas|
|2||71||Treasure of the Anasazi|
|2||72||Northern Utah (UTPC #1)|
|2||72||Northeastern Utah (UTPC #2)|
|2||72||Dixie-Zion (UTPC #6)|
|2||72||Cedar Area (UTPC #7)|
|2||72||Bryce Canyon and Zion National Park, Cedar Breaks National Monument (UTPC #8)|
|2||72||Central Utah (UTPC #12)|
|2||72||South-Central Utah (UTPC #13)|
|2||72||Western Utah (UTPC #14)|
|2||73||Take Time to Discover Utah!|
|2||73||Utah's Historic Trails|
|2||73||21 Tours Through the Different World of Utah|
|2||73||The Different World of Utah!|
|2||74||Utah State Parks|
|2||74||Zion, Bryce Canyon, Grand Canyon National Parks|
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