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Will Evans family papers and Navajo art

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 4019
Overview The first ten boxes consist of family papers, circa 1849-1990, and include: family genealogy information, interview notes, biographies, photographs, legal papers, ecclesiastical documents and records, missionary weekly planners, funeral programs, obituaries, correspondence of Thomas Evans, William Evans, and Richard P. Evans. Art and literature from Evans family members include: articles, sheet music, story on cassette tape, poems, chapters of books and journals by Will Evans, Richard P. Evans,...
Dates: approximately 1849-1990

McCune School of Music and Art minutes

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 1870
Scope and Contents Typed and shorthand meeting minutes. The materials record issues discussed in faculty meetings at the school.
Dates: 1920-1957

McCune School of Music and Art records

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 249
Scope and Contents The McCune School of Music was an institution of music and art education located in Salt Lake City, Utah. The papers range in date from 1922-1957 and consist of correspondence, teaching notes, files on faculty members, scrapbooks, miscellaneous items; and financial, attendance, and grade reports. The materials document the policies, functions, finances, activities, students, and curriculum of the institution.
Dates: 1922-1957

W. D. poetry and illustrations

 File — Folder: 1
Identifier: MSS SC 1303
Scope and Contents Two unbound booklets of handwritten poetry with pen and ink illustrations. One of the booklets is a fully illustrated poem entitled "A Mormon Romance" which satirizes the Mormon practice of polygamy. On the cover of this item is a pen and ink illustration of Nauvoo, Ill. The other item contains poems describing the author's experiences while visiting the Mormon community of Nauvoo, Illinois in 1840 when she was introduced to the Mormon Church, met Brigham Young, and heard a sermon preached. ...
Dates: 1871