The article "A History of Utech" discusses the publication of the Jay L. Nelson's book, "The First Thirty Years: A history of Utah Technical College at Salt Lake" and it's availability for purchase in the College book store. In addition to a forward by U. S. Secretary of Education T. H. Bell, there was a two-day autograph party to kick off the publication of the new book held at the Redwood Campus in the College Center.
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The Globe, January 16, 2020, Online Edition
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1949-1978 Jay L. Nelson: The First Thirty Years
James V. Hansen; Norman H. Bangerter; Orrin G. Hatch;
These are letters and other documentation in relation to “The First Thirty Years,” a book written by President Emeritus Jay L. Nelson. “The First Thirty Years” is a history of the College from its beginning in 1948 until the end of Jay L. Nelson’s presidential tenure in 1978.
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