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Brigham Young Academy. Alumni Association



  • Existence: 1893 - 1903

Administrative History

The Alumni Association (1893-1903) was an association of Brigham Young Academy graduates dedicated to promoting and supporting the institution. The association was established in the Academy Building on May 19, 1893. After the renaming of the Academy as Brigham Young University in 1903, the Alumni Association changed its name accordingly. Officers of the organization included: George H. Brimhall (1893-1894), Milton H. Hardy (1894-1895), Reed Smoot (1895-1896), May Bell Davis Thurman (1896-1897), Edwin S. Hinckley (1897-1898), Alfred L. Booth (1898-1899), Lars E. Eggertsen (1899-1900), J. Will Knight (1900-1901), John E. Booth (1901-1902), John C. Swenson (1902-1903), and Joseph R. Murdock (1903).

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Alumni Association records on deceased alumni

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: UA 636
Scope and Contents

Contains information on deceased alumni gathered by the Alumni Association. It consists primarily of obituaries and student information sheets which contain vital information on the deceased. Birth dates, marriage dates, death dates, dates of attendance at Brigham Young University, and spousal and family information should be recognizable by viewing the obituary and included student information of each deceased alumni.

Dates: 1875-2006

Does the world look gray to you : or, how to get an education

 Item — Folder 1: [Barcode: 31197231011997]
Identifier: UA 345
Scope and Contents

Contains information for entering Brigham Young Academy students.

Dates: Publication: 1895