This series contains newspaper clippings relating to the gubernatorial election of 1956 and various issues facing state government at the end of that year. The purpose of the clipping files is unclear. While the clippings may have been collected by Governor Lee's office, it may be that they were collected by George Clyde's staff as they tracked publicity about Clyde's campaign and as the Governor-elect worked to come up to speed on current issues in preparation for his inauguration.; Alphanumerical by topic.; Historical Note; Newspaper clippings; Building and Construction;1956; Clyde Campaign;1956; Election Laws;1956; Governor-Elect, General;1956; Industry;1956; Institutions (State);1956; Governor's Mansion;1956; State Parks;1956; Personnel Changes;1956; Politics;1956; Governor Lee Proclamations ["Help Free Hungary Day"];1956; State Roads;1956; Salt Lake City/County, General;1956; Schools, Miscellaneous;1956; Taxes, General;1956; University of Utah;1956; Water;1956; Welfare Department;1956
Politics, Government, and Law; Legislation—Utah.; Governors—Utah.; Legislation—Utah.; Utah—Politics and government.; UMAbroad--Politics, Government, and Law
This series is classified as Public.
These records are available for reproduction and use.
Correspondence from the Governor Lee, Series 211, contains the bulk of correspondence kept by Governor Lee's office.Press releases from the Governor Lee, Series 215, contains statements released to the press by Governor Lee's office, as well as correspondence with news media representatives.Proclamations from the Governor Lee, Series 216, contains official proclamations issued by Governor Lee.Speeches from the Governor Lee, Series 217, includes the text of Governor Lee's speeches, correspondence in reaction to his speeches, and resource material for speeches.Miscellaneous committee reports from the Governor Lee, Series 13852, includes committee reports submitted to Governor Lee.French Merci Train gifts. from the Governor Lee, Series 20732, contains gifts from the people of France to the people of Utah, officially accepted by Governor Lee.Extradition case files from the Governor Lee, Series 23594, includes case files for two extradition cases handled by Governor Lee.