State Planning Board Health reports
These records are housed in the Utah State Archives' permanent storage room.
An agency history is available.
Scope and Content
These health related studies were prepared by or for the Utah State Planning Board, 1934-1941. One of the State Planning Board's responsibilities was to study the problems and develop plans for health facilities, medical services, sanitation, and disease control. The board collected the following data and surveys included in this series: A Civil Works Administration sanitary survey; a survey of the Utah State Mental Hospital; a public nursing report; mortality statistics; a survey of hospital facilities; a survey of Utah's mental facilities; a lengthy report of the health conditions and facilities in Utah; health policies; and an analysis of the spread of tuberculosis. Also included are reports made by the State Health Department which were created while preparing a health survey. This survey covered such topics as laws, diseases, plagues, registered doctors and dentists, child welfare, expenditures on health, and sanitation problems.
Alphabetical by agency, thereunder alphabetical by subject.
Administrative speeches and press releases from the State Planning Board, Series 21979, Health records have information on health facility problems.
This series is classified as Public.
Cite the Utah State Archives and Records Service, the creating agency name, the series title, and the series number.
This series was processed by M. Call in June 1999 and updated in August 2004 by G. Strack after having been filmed.
- Mental health services—Evaluation—Utah.
- Utah—Public health administration—Research.
|1||Civil Works Administration, Sanitary Survey; 1932|
|1||Mental Hospital Survey Committee, A survey of the Utah State Hospital; 1937|
|1||Public Health Nursing, Annual report; 1935|
|1||State Health Department, Accidental deaths statistics; 1934|
|1||State Health Department, Administrative study of the Utah State Health Department|
|1||State Health Department, Appendicitis mortality; 1934|
|1||State Health Department, Bubonic Plague studies|
|1||State Health Department, Charts|
|1||State Health Department, Child health and welfare; 1936|
|1||State Health Department, Dentist and Doctor statistics|
|1||State Health Department, Disbursements for public health and quarantine; 1935|
|1||State Health Department, Health laws|
|1||State Health Department, Health survey; 1936|
|1||State Health Department, Health survey; Correspondence; 1935|
|1||State Health Department, Health survey; Syllabus|
|1||State Health Department, Per capita expenditures for health purposes; 1936|
|1||State Health Department, Possible public works projects; 1942|
|1||State Health Department, Public health expenditures, selected cities; 1936|
|1||State Health Department, Studies on alcohol use; 1937|
|1||State Planning Board, Health Conditions and Facilities in Utah; 1936|
|1||State Planning Board, Summary and index|
|1||State Planning Board, Health policies for Utah; 1936|
|1||State Planning Board, Mortality statistics; January 1936|
|1||State Planning Board, Preliminary survey of hospital facilities in Utah; June 1935|
|1||State Planning Board, Preliminary survey of Utah's mental facilities and problems; June 1936|
|1||State Planning Board, Public Health Committee objectives|
|1||State Planning Board, Public Works Program, Utah State Mental Hospital|
|1||State Planning Board, The tuberculosis problem in Utah; 1936|
|1||Survey committee of dependent, handicapped, and neglected children, Survey of Utah; 1934|
|1||Utah State Hospital, General information; 1938|
|1||Utah State Hospital, Correspondence; 1934-1939|
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