Adam Benson writes in the Logan, Utah Herald Journal that one of the largest privately held genealogical collections in the country remains locked up and inaccessible to the public. The reason stated is that Logan Library Director Ronald Jenkins has been unable to find a full-time librarian to catalogue and oversee the daily operations of the $1.7 million collection.
Jenkins cannot find a genealogy librarian in a city 80 miles from Salt Lake City? That seems surprising. Oh wait, there's city politics involved. Perhaps that explains why nothing is being done.
You can read Adam Benson's story here.
You can read my earlier articles about the donation of the Everton Collection to the City of Logan at: