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SCAP0361Bx008Bk02.pdf
These images are selected from Gustav Becker's "Becker Camp" scrapbook. They show Gustav Becker and his friends on a hunting trip during the summer of 1913. The Beckers, being wealthy, planned extravagant recreational outings and usually brought an…
SCAP0361Bx006Bk01.pdf
These images are selections from Gustav Becker's family scrapbook. It contains various family pictures, as well as, photographs of the Becker's home and recreation activities. The images featured here are family photographs. The first photo is of…
SCAP0361Bx007Bk01.pdf
These images are a selection form the "Gusthekla, 1915 Season" scrapbook. This page features images of Gustav Becker, his wife Thekla, and several of their friends riding horses across the Indian Trail in Ogden Canyon. Gustav and Thekla are both in…
SCAP0361Bx011Bk01.pdf
In 1939, Gustav L. Becker was elected to the president of the United States Brewers' Association. At the time, this was the largest brewer advocacy group in the country. This scrapbook contains mostly newspaper articles, photographs, speeches and…
SCAP0361Bx010Bk01.pdf
This file features selected documents from Gustav L. Becker's large scrapbook. The scrapbook has many photographs, news clippings and letters. The highlights featured here include: photographs of Gustav Becker's trophies, an article about Becco at…
SCAP0361Bx005Fd38Pg232Pt02.pdf
This is the obituary of John S. Becker, father of Gustav and Albert Becker. John Becker passed away on April 22, 1918 from natural causes. John Becker was born in Baden, Germany in 1829. He left Germany when he was 16 years old, citing a dislike of…
SCAP0361Bx005Fd38Pg232Pt01.pdf
This article outlines the reasons behind the liquidation of the Becker Manufacturing Company. The Becker Manufacturing Company of Ogden was formed after the Becker Brewing and Malting Company of Ogden was dissolved in 1917. Upon the dissolution of…
SCAP0361Bx005Fd36Pg218.pdf
This series of letters sent to Mr. J. Clark Jr., captain of the 1920 U.S. olympic team, recommend Gustav Becker for the United States trap shooting team. Mr. Becker was an alternate for the 1920 summer games in Antwerp, Belgium. After much…
SCAP0361Bx005Fd28Pg167.pdf
This scrapbook page has several newspaper articles pasted to it. The two large articles are reports of Gustav Becker offering his plant to the U.S. government for use during World War I. The article on the far left contains a copy of Mr. Becker's…
SCAP0361Bx005Fd28Pg165.pdf
This scrap book page has newspaper clippings from two articles. Both articles focus on the Young Prohibition Bill, which made Utah a dry state in 1917. In the longer article, Gustav Becker presents his arguments for a more lenient bill. He asks that…
SCAP0361Bx005Fd23Pg137.pdf
This article, printed in the Ogden Examiner, details Gustav Becker's trip to California. Mr. Becker's article is full of praises for Californian industry and agriculture. Two columns of the article are dedicated to Gustav's analysis of the proposed…
SCAP0361Bx005Fd22Pg129Pt01.pdf
This program was printed for a banquet in celebration of Utah's third governor, William Spry. Many businessmen in Utah, especially the Beckers, supported William Spry because he vetoed two state prohibition bills. Governor Spry vetoed the first…
SCACINEMSS31Ser03Bx008Fd01Item001.pdf
This contract outlines the legal processes for liquidating the Becker Brewing and Malting Company of Evanston, Wyoming. A vote was taken by the shareholders on January 15, 1919 to liquidate the company. The decision was made in response to increasing…
SCACAINEMSS31Ser03Bx008Bk01.pdf
This bound book contains the corporate records of the Becker Brewing and Malting Company of Evanston, Wyoming. The Evanston factory was reincorporated upon the repeal of prohibition in 1933. This series of documents contains the company's charter and…
SCACAINEMSS31Ser03Bx007Fd08Item001.pdf
This newspaper section has several articles regarding the Becker Brewing and Malting Company. The article at the top of the page, entitled "Historic Brewery's saga ending" describes the demise of the Becker Brewing and Malting Company and the…
SCACAINEMSS31Ser03Bx001Fd52.pdf
This series of letters contains information regarding the enactment of Utah's 1917 prohibition laws. The Becker Brewing and Malting Company wrote to the Attorney General of Utah asking if they could produce beer in Utah for resale in other states.…
SCACAINEMSS31Ser01Bx016Fd35.pdf
This series of correspondence between Mark Johnson and the Becker Brewing and Malting Company concerns credit on returned bottles in exchange for a discount on a barrel of beer. Mark Johnson was an employee of the Utah Agricultural College. The…
SCACAINEMSS31OVBx002Fd11Item001.pdf
This copy of the Ogden Standard-Examiner features several stories about Gustav Becker. The copy was split in two halves, page one is the top half and the second page is the bottom half. The articles praise Gustav Becker's contribution to the western…
SCACAINEMSS31OVBx002Fd10Item001.pdf
In 2007 the Salt Lake Tribune featured a story on Stan Sanders' collection of historical Utah brewing paraphernalia. The article also highlights several of the major historical breweries in Utah including the Becker Brewing and Malting Company,…
SCACAINEMSS31OVBx002Fd09Item001.pdf
The Thrifton is the bulletin of the Ogden State Bank thrift society. This issue features a life sketch of Gustav Lorenz Becker on page four. Gustav Becker was a director of the Ogden State Bank for over thirty years in addition to being president of…
SCACAINEMSS31OVBx002Fd08Item009.pdf
This contract signs over several tracts of land to the Becker Brewing and Malting Company. Henry H. Rolapp and Martha H. Rolapp sold several lots to the Becker Brewing and Malting Company for six hundred and thrity-five dollars.
SCACAINEMSS31OVBx002Fd08Item007.pdf
This deed records the lots purchased by William Schellhas of the Schellhas Brewing Company from Matthew S. Browning and M. A. Browning in 1891. William Schellhas was a business partner of the Becker family when they resided in Winona, Minnesota.…
SCACAINEMSS31OVBx002Fd08Item006.pdf
This deed records the lots purchased by William Schellhas of the Schellhas Brewing Company from Matthew S. Browning and M. A. Browning in 1890. William Schellhas was a business partner of the Becker family when they resided in Winona, Minnesota.…
SCACAINEMSS31AddenSer03Bx004Fd09Item003.pdf
This contract is an agreement between the Becker Brewing and Malting Company and G. F. Thompson regarding the establishment of an Ogden tied-house. A tied-house was established when the proprietor of a bar or saloon agreed to exclusively serve the…
SCACAINEMSS31AddenSer03Bx004Fd09Item002.pdf
This contract outlines an agreement between Gustav L. Becker and Isaac Treger about the establishment of a tied-house. A tied-house was a saloon or bar where a brewery supplied capital and funds to open the establishment. In exchange for the loan,…
SCACAINEMSS31AddenSer03Bx004Fd09Item001.pdf
This document is a contract between the major beer distributors of Ogden, Utah. Fred J. Kiesel, George Landsberg, J. F. McCarron and the Becker Brewing and Malting Company agreed to not sell Eastern beer for less than ten dollars a barrel, or eleven…
SCACAINEMSS31AddenSer03Bx004Fd08.pdf
This series of documents comes from a folder of material regarding the liquidation of the Becker Products Company in the 1970s. The folder belonged to Marjorie Seeger. These documents include financial notes, company minute meetings from 1959 and…
SCACAINEMSS31AddenSer03Bx004Fd07.pdf
This binder contains several documents concerning the finances of the Becker Products Company in 1960. The balance sheets show revenue loss from 1959, an indication of the slow decline of the Company. A letter of condolence was inserted in the binder…
SCACAINEMSS31AddenSer03Bx004Fd06Item001.pdf
This folder contains financial documents from the liquidation of the Becker Companies in Ogden and Evanston. The documents contain expenses and surpluses for various categories such as salaries, advertising, and payments. The folder also contains…
SCACAINEMSS31AddenSer03Bx003Fd18Item005.pdf
This is an advertising handout for The Brewery, a tavern that operated at the Becker Brewing and Malting Factory between its closing, and the demolishing of the buildings in 1984. The handout has the weekly specials of the bar and the price of a…
SCACAINEMSS31AddenSer03Bx003Fd18Item001.pdf
This pamphlet describes the history, the founders, and the conditions in which Becker's Becco is made. It provides photographs of the Becker Products Company factory, the original Becker plant, John Becker and his sons, photos of the factory…
SCACAINEMSS31AddenSer03Bx003Fd07Item010.pdf
This is stock certificate number 15 for the Becker Brewing and Malting Company. It signifies that E. N. Allison Jr. owns twenty shares of capital stock or twenty-thousand dollars worth of the Company. The certificate is signed by J. S. Becker and G.…
SCACAINEMSS31AddenSer03Bx003Fd07Item009.pdf
This is a certificate which signifies ownership of a one dollar share in the Becker Products Company. This stock certificate was owned by Thekla B. Becker. Thekla Becker was the wife of Gustav L. Becker. The certificate indicates that the Becker…
SCACAINEMSS31AddenSer03Bx003Fd06Item002.pdf
This letter to Gustav Becker concerns the investments made by F. Madlener in the Becker Becker Brewing and Malting Company. Raising capital funds was essential for the Becker's in the early years of their brewery. By receiving funding from both…
SCACAINEMSS31AddenSer03Bx003Fd06Item001.pdf
This letter to Gustav Becker concerns the investments made by F. Madlener in the Becker Becker Brewing and Malting Company. Mr. Madlener had invested $2,600 in the Becker Brewing and Malting Company by 1894. This letter also included a loan to…
SCACAINEMSS31AddenSer03Bx003Fd05Item035.pdf
This bulletin from the United States Brewers' Association, the largest amalgamation of brewers interests at the time, announces several bills regarding prohibition circulating in the United States House of Representatives. Two of the bills prohibited…
SCACAINEMSS31AddenSer03Bx003Fd05Item018.pdf
This letter discusses the prohibition bill passed in Utah and a similar measure that was considered in California. The letter also contains a paragraph about placing an order of hops for the short time in which the Becker's could continue to produce…
SCACAINEMSS31AddenSer03Bx003Fd05Item007.pdf
This letter from the Fred J. Reiger and Company to the Becker Brewing and Malting Company implores them to consider the Fred J. Reiger Company as an agent for their non-intoxicating beverages. Many businesses that produced and sold alcohol went out…
SCACAINEMSS31AddenSer03Bx003Fd05Item006.pdf
This letter from Fred J. Rieger, a Salt Lake City whole sale liquor dealer, to the Becker Brewing and Malting Company complains about the state required renewal of liquor licenses on July 30, 1917, even though all alcohol will be banned in Utah just…
SCACAINEMSS31AddenSer03Bx001Fd17Item006.pdf
This letter, from the Anheuser-Busch Brewing Association to the Becker Brewing and Malting Company, outlines the agreed upon terms of business between the two companies. In 1895 the Becker Brewing and Malting Company acquired the rights to be the…
SCACAINEMSS31AddenSer03Bx001Fd17Item002.pdf
In 1895 the Becker Brewing and Malting Company received the rights to be a Utah distributor for Anheuser-Busch products. This brochure outlines a brief history of the Anheuser-Busch Brewing Association and then describes why their beer products are…
SCACAINEMSS31AddenSer03Bx001Fd04Item006.pdf
This financial document lists the 1892 assets and liabilities of the Becker Brewing and Malting Company of Ogden.
SCA639p9-H191.pdf
A Management Study of the Cache Elk Herd by Norman V. Hancock. A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science in Wildlife Management, Utah State Agricultural College, Logan, Utah, 1955.
SCABOOK042No047.pdf
A History of Timber Resource Use in the Development of Cache Valley, Utah by Douglas M. Bird. A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science in Wildland Resources, Utah State University, Logan, Utah,…
SCA1973Wren-RScott.pdf
History of Water Resources Development in the Bear River Basin of Utah, Idaho, and Wyoming by R. Scott Wrenn. M.S. thesis by R. Scott Wrenn, submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science in History, Utah…
SCABOOK042No038.pdf
Nature's Second Course: Water Culture in the Mormon Communities of Cache Valley, Utah, 1860-1916 by Kathryn T. Morse. A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Arts in History, Utah State University,…
SCA920-P851.pdf
Transcription of the diary of Albert F. Potter, former associate chief of the U.S. Forest Service, describing his activities to survey possible forest reserves in Utah, (beginning with the Cache County area), and noting the conditions of Utah…
SCA378p2-P819.pdf
The introduced Fishes, Game Birds, and Game and Fur-Bearing Mammals of Utah by Boris Hewitt Popov. A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science in Zoology, Utah State Agricultural College, 1949.
SCA979p27-L828J.pdf
History of Logan by Willard Conrad Jenson. A thesis presented to the Faculty of the University of Utah in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of M.A., 1927.
SCABOOK042No180.pdf
The wasters and destoyers : community sponsored predator control in early Utah Territory by Victor C. Sorensen. A Plan B. Paper submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Social Science in History, Utah State…
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