Papers belonging to Hugh F. O'Neil, writer, political activist, and resident of Utah.
Hugh F. O'Neil (born 1901) was a writer, political activist, and a long-time resident of Ogden, Utah. He worked for the Southern
Pacific Railroad and ran several campaigns in Weber County for Utah governor J. Bracken Lee. From 1937 to 1940, he edited
the Ogdenite, and between 1936 and 1942 he was an editor for the Historical Records Survey of the United States Works Progress
Administration for Utah.
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