Weber Historical Society



“The ABC Television Network”
Tracey D. Smith

Weber State University faculty member, Tracey D. Smith, is writing the official history
of the ABC Television Network. He has conducted over 250 interviews and will discuss some
of the interesting stories that he has found.
Monday, January 26th   7:00pm 

“Freemasonry and Mormonism”
Michael W. Homer

Michael W. Homer is a lawyer and award-winning independent historian. He will discuss his
recent book, Joseph's Temples: The Dynamic Relationship between Freemasonry and Mormonism
Monday, February 23rd  7:00pm 


“Lost Apostles of Mormonism”
H. Michael Marquardt

Half of the original twelve members of the Quorum of Twelve were excommunicated and left the
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.  Michael Marquardt, local independent historian, will discuss
what became of these men, the topic of his recent book, co-authored with William Shepard,
Lost Apostles: Forgotten Members of Mormonism's Original Quorum of the Twelve.

Monday, March 23rd  7:00 pm
Garden Room, Lindquist Alumni Center

“The Magna Carta”
Dr. Stephen Francis

Eight hundred years ago this year, the Magna Carta (Great Charter) was signed by King John in England. 
Dr. Stephen  Francis, Weber State University faculty member, will discuss the origins,
uses, and misuses over the centuries of this important document.


Monday, April 13th   7:00 pm
Garden Room, Lindquist Alumni Center



Lectures sponsored by:  WSU Alumni Association*, College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, Department of History, Stewart Library, Weber Historical Society*, William Critchlow III, Jack and Betty Lampros