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File — Folder: 1
Identifier: UA 399
Scope and Contents Typewritten and photocopied articles of incorporation with amendments, first and second deeds of trust, and a deed of conveyance designating Brigham Young (1801-1877) as owner of a land parcel occupied in part by the Lewis Building.
Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: UA 1150
Scope and Contents Contains copies of university circulars, bulletins, and catalogues. Circulars contain much of the same information as the catalogs such as: a brief history of the University, course descriptions, program descriptions, and tuition and fee listings. Bulletins contain more of an overview of a specific department. These include aims of the department, reasons to study that major, requirements for that major, and course descriptions. Also includes CD-ROM versions of some catalogs. Dated from 1876 to...
File — oversize-folder: 1
Identifier: UA 608
Scope and Contents Hand drawn chart depicting the general curriculum at Brigham Young Academy including an hourly schedule for classes and activities during each week.
File — Folder: 1
Identifier: MSS 7708
Scope and Contents Contains four certificates. The certificates pertain to Alex Hedquist's education, professional career, and membership in the Kiwanis Club.
Collection — Folder: 1
Identifier: UA 5612
Scope and Contents Contains four DVDs produced in 2010 summarizing the history of Brigham Young University. The first video is Journey to Temple Hill: The Brigham Young University Story. It details the story of Karl G. Maesar and the creation of Brigham Young Academy, with input from President Cecil O. Samuelson, Gerald L. Lund, and other prominent members of the BYU community as well as students. The second video, entitled Spirit of the Y, introduces the University's core philsophies and programs. The collection...