Gary B. Hansen papers, 1911-2005.


Gary B. Hansen papers, 1911-2005.

The materials in this collection have been divided into 11 series. Series I: Cooperatives, Series II: Plant Closings/Worker Dislocation, Series III: Eastern Europe, Series IV: Economic Development, Series V: Manpower Training, Series VI: Labor-Management Relations, Series VII: LDS/Utah Topics, Series VIII: Newsletters, Series IX: Office Files, Series X: Helen Foster Snow, Series XI: Clarence J. Hansen WWI Materials. Series I-IX consist largely of articles, correspondence, essays, and reports collected during Hansen's career and travels as a labor scholar. Series X includes articles, correspondence, and typescripts amassed over the course of Hansen's correspondence with China advocate and Utah native Helen Foster Snow. Series XI is composed of materials gathered during WWI by Hansen's relatives, Lt. Clarence J. Hansen and Ruth Hansen Bruerton.

62.75 linear feet (149 boxes).

Related Entities

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Bruerton, Ruth Hansen. (person)

Hansen, Gary B (person)

Hansen, Clarence J. (person)

Hansen, Gary B. (Gary Barker), 1935- (person)

Gary Barker Hansen was born in Ogden, Utah, in 1935. He attended Utah State Agricultural College (later USU) and graduated with a BS in 1957. He served in the US Army 1957-1959 and from 1959 to 1961 was a missionary in Great Britain for the LDS church. Hansen married Helen Ure in 1962 and had 4 children. Back at USU, he received an MS in economics in 1963. That summer he co-authored "The Richest Hole on Earth" with Leonard Arrington. Hansen continued his studies at Cornell University and spent a...

Snow, Helen Foster, 1907-1997 (person)

Author and genealogist; recipient of several international prizes; lived in China and Madison, Conn. From the description of The Guilford story; or, Menuncatuck Plantation : a dramatized history [and other works], 1974. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70971377 Helen Foster Snow was born on 21 September 1907 in Cedar City, Utah to Hannah Davis and John Foster. While in school, Helen studied Spanish, French, and Italian. Using this experience, she took the foreign service exams...

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