Lambert, A. C. (Asael Carlyle), 1893-1983
- Existence: 1893 - 1983
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
George H. Hansen albums, 1914-1963
George H. Hansen loose photographs, 1900-1980
George H. Hansen negatives, 1896-1972
Contains negatives of George Hansen at Utah State, family trips, and geology; Bessie Hansen with her family and friends; George's mission to England; findings of fossils, arrowheads, and interesting rocks; the trip to Indonesia; redistricting studies; fishing trips; artifacts from a trip to Mexico; Utah maps and documents; Utah gas and oil studies, soil profiles.
George H. Hansen slides, 1915-1971
Contains slides of George and Afton's family and their travels, and family reunions; Afton's BYU tour to Europe; trips (George and Afton, Mildred) to Hawaii, China, Indonesia, Africa, Italy, Switzerland, New Zealand and Australia, Denmark, Norway, England, Fiji, Egypt, Greece, India, the Holy Land, and Turkey.
George H. Hansen photograph collection
This is primarily a collection of original Hansen prints, slides, and negatives and also includes photographic albums belonging to George Hansen, Afton Allred Hansen, and Bessie Hansen.
A. C. Lambert papers
Typewritten correspondence, pamphlets, galley proofs for articles, notes, and drafts of articles. The materials relate to educational practices and policies in Utah and in the United States. The correspondents include individuals working for the American Council on Education, the United States Department of the Interior, and the Works Projects Administration of the United States.
A. C. Lambert tables of school and college seating
Typewritten book drafts. The items present tables and charts outlining efficient seating arrangements in a school environment.
John Lambert letters
Handwritten letter and a photostat copy written by John Lambert to his brother Richard on 31 Jan. 1857. John defends his decision in following the Mormons to Utah and pleads with Richard to accept the leadership of Brigham Young (1801-1877), the second president of the Mormon Church. Also included is a letter by A. C. Lambert explaining the historical context ot the item.