Tech Topics, November 22, 1972, Vol. 11 No. 4
A speech given by President Jay L. Nelson at the funeral for Parker M. Pratt, a former Auto Mechanics instructor at the Salt Lake Area Vocational School. Pratt continued his association with the College from 1949 until his retirement in 1972 (when the College was known as Utah Technical College). Attached are the funeral service program, a photograph of Parker Pratt, an Interoffice Memo (May 15, 1972) from Jay L. Nelson regarding Mr. Pratt's selection as an Outstanding Teacher to be honored by the Salt Lake Kiwanis Club, and a letter from Jay L. Nelson to Mr. Pratt regarding his retirement from the College.
Brochure of the Utah Technical College at Salt Lake sent as mail correspondence to motivate community to enroll into the Word Processing Specialist program. Printed in color. The information mention that it was offered as a Two years Associate Degree program and it was intend to attract the attention of people in the Office Administration field.
Brochure of mail correspondence promoting the Security Professional Development program. It was created by the American Society for Industrial Security and the School of Continuing Education at the Utah Technical College at Salt Lake. It offers 5 classes and a brief description of those, as well as the cost of each class and a class request form. Printed in black and white. No date could be found. Designed for Police Officers, Security Officers, and persons who work in the Security field.
Mail correspondence from the Utah Technical College promoting to enroll into College on their short term introductory computer training seminars on the IMB and on Lotus/Wordperfect software packages, Computer Science, Computer Information Systems, etc. Printed in color