Title:Nat Stein collection, 1860-1875
Creator/Contributor:Stein, Nathan., creator
Nat Stein's scrapbook includes published material in the Corrine Daily Reporter and the Corrine Weekly Reporter with notes
on the articles from the author. Stein wrote many odes and epic poems on the occasion of New Year's, 4th of July and Pioneer
Day. He also wrote on local life in Corrine, Utah, Patriotism, religious issues and emancipation. His New Year's Addresses
were printed as large broadsides. There is also a sketch of a woman and child.
Stein, Nathan -- Archives
Patriotism -- United States -- History
Mormons -- History -- 19th century
Pioneer Day (Mormon history)
Fourth of July orations
New Year -- Poetry
Utah -- History
Corinne (Utah) -- History
Utah -- History -- Sources
Nat Stein collection, BANC MSS 2002/96 z, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.
Nathan "Nat" Stein was a prominent gentile in Corrine, Utah and was successful in various capacities as a merchant, banker
and journalist. He wrote for the Corrine papers, many times anonymously.
From the Collection of Herbert S. Auerbach.
1 volume, 1 oversize folder (.25 linear ft.)
BANC MSS 2002/96 z v.1
BANC MSS 2002/96 z oversize folder 1
BANC MSS 2002/96 z