Doug interviews Brad Westwood, director of the Utah Division of State History, and Heidi Tak, digital librarian, about the digitization of 171,000 photographs from the Salt Lake Tribune archives. These photos span over decades of historic moments in the state's history.
It's the 50th anniversary of Mr. Mac, a store that has been a tradition in the Wasatch Front for generations. Doug talks to Stewart Christensen about the history of his father's company and the secrets of its success.
Doug Wright's guest is author Kathryn Jenkins Gordon about her writings about the more colorful characters in Mormon history. She shares stories from her book, "In-Laws, Outlaws and Everyone In Between."
The world's largest family history and genealogy conference comes to the Salt Palace in Salt Lake City, Utah February 8-11, 2017. Doug Wright talks to Tara Bergeson, Director of Content and Registration and Chad Schumacher, Director of Marketing, about what RootsTech is, and who and what will be seen at the convention, from LeVar Burton, to "Property Brothers" Jonathan and Drew Scott, to family history and DNA detective CeCe Moore, to "Cake Boss" Buddy Valastro. Visit rootstech.org for more information.