As UCC became more involved in mining around the world, they worked to improve their equipment and machinery for more efficient mining practices. In the 1960s, Victor T. Johnson invented “new and useful improvements” to power generating systems. These improvements allowed large, steam-electric power generators to be installed in arid regions where water necessary for cooling the generators wasn’t readily available.
Did you ever wonder what happened to all those stock certificates from Utah International after they were cashed in?
Did you know that the UC/UI exhibit "One Dam Thing After Another: Water, Dams, and Utah Construction Co." is part of the Water Works program at Weber State University?
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Starting at 2:00 p.m. at Weber State University Stewart Library...For more information view the White Glove Event page
A fundraising dinner to aid in the processing of the collection will be held that evening at 6:00 p.m. at the historic Ben Lomond Hotel...For more information view the Fundraising Dinner page