Subject Source: Lcnaf
Found in 31 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Letter written on copper from Harold Winograd to his sister Eleanor Judd. Harold and Florence Winograd took a trip with two of their sons to the Kennecutt open-pit mine in Utah, near the Salt Lake. The mine had souvenirs of a thin sheet of copper. The family also visited Mesa Verde.
Letters to Spencer, primarily from Protestant ministers in Utah regarding the status of the Mormon Church., 1926-1927
Scope and Contents From the Series: The Correspondence series contains letters written to Spencer in his capacity as editor of the Central Christian Advocate by Bishops, Ministers and others from the Methodist and Protestant communities.
Overview Large group of United States Army men in uniform and women seated and standing on a hillside beside a creek during a picnic sponsored by the Salt Lake Section of National Council of Jewish Women at Morris Warshaw's home. Colonel Ed Silverberg is seated on a rock right of center.
Dates: 1943 August 29
Overview Several uniformed United States Army Officers and women, one of whom wears a uniform herself, pose together in a living room in Salt Lake City, Utah. Colonel Ed Silverberg is seated in the center of the photograph.
Overview Four uniformed United States Army Officers and three women, one of whom wears a uniform herself, pose together in a room in Salt Lake City, Utah. Three individuals are seated on chairs and four on a small bed in a corner. The men are identified, left to right, as Babus, Wall, Gorskow, and Anderson.