Hale, Nathan, 1910-1994
- Existence: 1910 - 1994
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
And should we die / a Brigham Young University production ; produced and directed by Wetzel O. Whitaker ; screenplay by Scott Whitaker, 1966
Film was released in 1966, and was produced by Brigham Young University Motion Picture Department. The film depicts the persecution of Latter-day Saints in Mexico during the Mexican Revolution and the death of two Church members for not denying their faith. The collection has one copy on a film reel. Dated 1966.
Materials consist of slides, film reels, cassette tapes, and other materials concerning dance festivals, fireside and seminar addresses, the Associated Latter-day Media Artists awards, news, and other Associated Latter-day Media Artists related activities, 1976-1985.
Consists of correspondences concerning Associated Latter-day Media Artists, 1987-1988.
Contains membership applications, member records, resumes, photographs, and directories, magazine and logo designs, membership record proofs, reports, and other materials concerning the membership and functioning of Associated Latter-day Media Artists, 1976-1991.
Materials consist of membership directories, handbooks, The Voice of Associated Latter-day Media Artists and regional chapter newsletters, Associated Latter-day Media Artists Times and Tribulations, flyers for firesides, galas, seminars, and other materials, 1976-1984.
Materials consist of calendars, photographs, workshop programs, flyers, letters, chapter records, and other materials concerning Associated Latter-day Media Artists, 1956-1987.
Materials consist of directories, letters, meeting minutes, proposals, newspaper articles, and newsletters from the Associated Latter-day Media Artists California chapter, 1984-1986.
Materials consist of videocassettes concerning the Associated Latter-day Media Artists awards, banquets, variety shows, seminar addresses, news and television spots, media archives, and other Associated Latter-day Media Artists presentations, 1976-1991.
This collection contains photocopies of printed musical and dramatic plays by Nathan Hale and his wife, Ruth Hale. They began writing plays during the Great Depression of the 1930s when their LDS Church ward did not have the funds to purchase royalties. The collection contains 46 plays, many of which have been published.
- Archival Object 9
- Collection 2
- Performing Arts -- History -- United States -- Sources 8
- Performing Arts -- Utah -- History -- Sources 8
- Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences 7
- Performing Arts 7
- Mormon Church -- Public relations -- History -- Sources 5
- Mormons in motion pictures 5
- Mormons in motion pictures -- History 5
- Letters 4
- Columbus (Ga.) 3
- Hollywood (Los Angeles, Calif.) 3
- Los Angeles (Calif.) 3
- Newsletters 3
- Audiocassettes 2
- Fiction films 2
- Motion pictures 2
- Photographs 2
- Religious films 2
- Short films 2
- Calendars 1
- Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.) 1
- Drafts (Documents) 1
- Drama -- 20th century 1
- Dramatists, American -- Utah 1
- Latter Day Saint churches -- Public relations -- History -- Sources 1
- Latter Day Saint women -- Conduct of life -- Drama 1
- Latter Day Saints -- Drama 1
- Latter Day Saints -- Mexico -- Drama 1
- Latter Day Saints in motion pictures 1
- Latter Day Saints in motion pictures -- History 1
- Meetings 1
- Membership lists 1
- Mexico -- History -- Revolution, 1910-1920 -- Drama 1
- Minutes (Records) 1
- Motion picture producers and directors -- Utah 1
- Motion pictures -- Production and direction -- Utah 1
- Musicals 1
- Newspapers 1
- Photocopies 1
- Seminars 1
- Video tapes 1
- Videocassettes 1
- Young women -- Conduct of life -- Drama 1 + ∧ less