2018 RIMM Webinar Series is Just Around the Corner!

Kendra Yates General Retention Schedules, GRAMA, History, Legislative Updates, News and Events, Records Management, State Records Committee Leave a Comment

Sit back and enjoy your lunch while watching a series of webinars that Utah’s Division of Archives and Records Service (aka State Archives) is hosting to celebrate Records and Information Management Month (RIMM). Wednesday, April 11, 2018. Noon-1:00 p.m. 2018 Legislative Updates by Paul Tonks, AAG counsel for the Division of Archives and the State Records Committee During the 2018 Legislative …

Browse Death Certificates Online, 1966-1967

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Although fully searchable name indexes are not yet available for all the latest death certificates, we are now able to offer digital images online that may be browsed by date and county, similar to the process when visiting the Research Center. 1966 1967 Narrow results by choosing both year and county. Within a county folder, certificates are chronological by date …

The Civil Case Files are Coming!

Rae Gifford Research, Utah State Historical Records Advisory Board Leave a Comment

Dedicated to providing access to valuable historic records, the Utah State Archives and Records Service began a multi-year collaboration with FamilySearch on November 1, 2017. Our goal is to digitize all of the civil case files from each county in our holdings. As with any significant project, we have multiple stages running at the same time. Currently, we have an …

Third District Court: Salt Lake County Criminal Index Online

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An index covering from 1916 to 1975 for Salt Lake County criminal case files is now online. This series functions as an index to access the criminal case files and registers of actions. Individual entries record the name of defendants involved in criminal actions and provide the following information: name of the defendant, assigned case number, page number for the …

Remembering Those Who Served: World War Military Listings

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In late 1942, Governor Maw issued a proclamation to create the Department of War History and Archives within the Utah State Historical Society.1 Thus began a sustained effort to gather, compile, and memorialize all those from Utah who served in the wars of the twentieth century. At first, records were kept by the Adjutant General, until the Graves Registration Act …

Grants Available to Preserve Utah’s Historical Records

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The Utah State Historical Records Advisory Board (USHRAB) is happy to announce their next grant round. Grants are for increased access to and preservation of Utah’s historical records. Grant requests can be up to $7,500 and all projects must have a public access component. Grants are available to regional and local repositories and other nonprofit cultural heritage organizations. Grant applications …

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In our Index It’s All True

Heidi Stringham Digital Archives, Research, Uncategorized Leave a Comment

Do you know someone famous or infamous? Perhaps you can find them in the 3rd District Court for Salt Lake County’s civil case file index. Using this index, which is actually several smaller index books arranged by year, you can search the names of the plaintiff and the defendant in civil actions that occurred within the jurisdiction of Salt Lake …