Archives Month 2017: Destination History
Oct 6–27, 2017, 12:00 pm
In honor of the annual Archives Month, the Division of Archives and Records Service will provide exhibits and a series of events around the theme of “Destination History.” For more information visit: www.utaharchivesmonth.org
Friday, October 6, Noon
Carl Aldrich, a ranger at the Territorial Statehouse State Park, will present “Territorial Statehouse: Utah’s First State Park and Oldest Government Building” at the White Memorial Chapel at the Utah State Capitol (86 E 300 N, SLC, UT 84103).
Friday, October 13, Noon
Dr. Justina Parsons-Bernstein, Heritage and Interpretation Resources Manager, will present “Diamonds of Utah: Celebrating 60 Years of State Parks in Utah” at the White Memorial Chapel at the Utah State Capitol at the White Memorial Chapel.
Friday, October 20, Noon
Cicily Kind, a global specialist on the International Team at the Utah Office of Tourism, will present “The History of Tourism in Utah” at the White Memorial Chapel.
Tuesday, October 24, Noon
Holly Hansen of Family History Expos, Inc., will present “Visualizing Historical Boundaries: Overlay Historical Maps on Google Earth.” This event will be held at NOON at the Utah State Archives.
Friday, October 27, Noon
Dr. Susan S. Rugh, professor of history at Brigham Young University, will present “The Making of Modern Motels in Utah: How to Research the Recent Past." This event will take place at the Utah State Archives (346 South Rio Grande St, SLC, UT 84101).
White Memorial Chapel
86 E 300 N88
Salt Lake City , UT 84103-4642