Tag Archives: microfiche

Newly Processed: September 2011

All public records at the Utah State Archives are accessible through the Research Center. However, once processed the records are easier to use with proper storage and fuller descriptions, including online series inventories. The following list includes record series that were processed during the month of September 2011:

Department of Human Services

District Court (Sixth District : Kane County)


Newly Processed: August 2011

All public records at the Utah State Archives are accessible through the Research Center. However, once processed the records are easier to use with proper storage and fuller descriptions, including online series inventories. The following list includes record series that were processed during the month of August 2011:

Bear River (Utah)

Centerfield (Utah)

Division of Epidemiology and Laboratory Sevices. Bureau of Epidemiology

Commission on Economy and Efficiency Research

Industrial Commission

Office of Education. Instructional Technology Section

Commission on the Reorganization of the Executive Branch (Utah)

Milford (Utah)

Salt Lake County (Utah). Health Dept.

Weber County (Utah). County Surveyor

Millard County (Utah). Registrar of Vital Statistics (Hinckley Precinct)

Brigham City (Utah). City Sexton

Department of Natural Resources. Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining

Sevier County (Utah). Water Commission


Newly Processed: July 2011

The usual list of new series inventories is not particularly feasible this month. This is due mostly to the end stages of the microfiche backlog project which added or updated somewhere around 600 finding aids! Perhaps with final reports we will be able to compile a complete list in the coming months.

Another project progressing well–and which also added many new finding aids–concerns cemetery records. The Utah State Archives holds records for many municipal cemeteries throughout the state. The existing research guide is limited to series already long processed. The current project finishes a comprehensive inventory begun three years ago, and it is planned to process most if not all of the remaining series of cemetery records with burial information. Stay tuned!


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