Contributor(s)Barber, David, Interviewee
Williams, Michelle, Interviewers
Sadler, Richard, Professor
Gallagher, Stacie, Technician
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AbstractThe Weber State College/University Student Projects have been created by students working with several different professors on the Weber State campus. The topics are varied and based on the student's interest or task for a specific assignment. These oral history assignments were created to help Weber State students learn the value and importance of recording public history and to benefit the expansion of the Weber State oral history collections.
The following is an oral history interview with David Barber. The interview was conducted on July 27, 1967, by Bishop Robert Walker, Mayor Robert Williams, and his wife Marcelle Williams, in the tabernacle of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints at Coalville, Utah. Barber Describes the Summit Stake Tabernacle and the paintings he sees inside the Summit Stake Tabernacle.
33p.; 29cm.; 2 bound transcripts; 4 file folders. 1 sound disc: digital; 4 3/4 in.