Arranged into three series; Series 1, Weber State College Expansion files, 1946-1958; Series 2, Committee reports and handouts, circa 1944-1957; Series 3, Histories of buildings and events, and related correspondence, 1941-1973.
Scope and Contents
This collection consists of Clarisse Hall’s correspondence, reports, histories, and general files.
Clarisse Hall was the Registrar at Weber State from 1926-1962. During that time she served on several administrative committees, and was the Dean of Women from 1939-1941. After stepping down as Registrar, she became an associate professor. She wrote several reports about student enrollment and the need for creation or increase of different programs. Clarisse helped with research in expanding Weber into a four year college; wrote a history of different events, buildings, and of the school. She helped compile Richard Sadler’s Weber State College…A Centennial History.
This Collection is indexed under the following controlled access subject terms.
Weber State College.
Universities and colleges--Engineering and construction.
Universities and colleges--History.
Conditions Governing Access:
The collection is open for research use.
The acquisition information for this collection is unknown.
[Item identification], Clarisse Hall papers, 13-03-003, Weber State University Archives, Ogden, Utah.
Advisory Committee, 11-08; Student Government, 10-00; Centennial History Project, 01-06.