Jean M. Westwood papers 1934-1995

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Jean M. Westwood papers, 1934-1995

Jean M. Westwood papers 1934-1995

The Jean M. Westwood papers (1934-1995) contain much that is applicable to national, Utah, and Arizona politics, as well as the women's movement. Included are correspondence, speeches and articles, and a variety of documents resulting from her affiliation with various political and civic organizations, as well as her leadership in the Democratic party at both the state (Utah and Arizona) and national levels.

circa 38 linear feet

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Francis Jean Miles Westwood was born November 22, 1923, in Price, Utah, to Francis M. and Nettie Potter Miles. She was married September 6, 1941, to Richard E. Westwood, and has two children and ten grandchildren. She and her husband have been in business as owners of the Westwood Mink Farms of West Jordan and Highland, Utah, for over twenty-five years. She and her husband are also equal partners in Westwood Enterprises, which is involved in the construction of middle and low-income...

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