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American image, 1830-1940

 Item — Folder: 1
Identifier: UA 1057
Scope and Contents Contains photographs of paintings in the Brigham Young University art collection, as well as giving information about each painting and the style in which it was painted. Some of these paintings, although they were masterpieces, were never able to be displayed because the university lacked proper facilities. This booklet was meant to cast light on this problem and to raise support for a museum of art on campus.

J. Roman Andrus papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 8961
Scope and Contents Contains material pertaining to the career of James Roman Andrus as an art professor at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. His personal papers include correspondence, family photographic color slides, standard audio cassettes, and magnetic tape recordings. His professional papers include his lecture notes and recordings, lithography notes, exhibit programs, personal notes and journals, small sketches, clippings, and color photographic slides (2 in x 2 in) of many of his paintings. Dated...

Brigham Young University records on Alfred Newman concert

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: UA 835
Scope and Contents Concert sponsored by the Brigham Young University College of Fine Arts and Communications in memory of Alfred Newman and Ken Darby, film composer and film music arranger, respectively. Includes program; advertisement; article from "The Cue Sheet"; and twenty-eight photographs of Ken Darby, performers, guests, and recording equipment. Compiled in 1997 by James V. D'Arc, curator of Arts and Communication Archives at BYU.

Brigham Young University salaries records

 Collection — Folder: 1
Identifier: UA 258
Scope and Contents Collection includes summary of regular annual salaries of professors, associate professors and instructors.

Brigham Young University vice-presidential records

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: UA 655
Abstract This collection contains the correspondence of Neal E. Lambert. It also contains information on various academic departments at Brigham Young University.

College of Fine Arts and Communications dean records

 Collection
Identifier: UA 1353
Scope and Contents Contains materials created by the dean's office of the College of Fine Arts and Communications including correspondence, minutes, and policy records. Also assortment of news reports and clippings concerning BYU or BYU (former or current) students, faculty, or employees. Records cover topics including the Olympic Spectacular, Media Arts Development Lab, Carillon Tower, Honors and Awards Committee, and the Harris Fine Arts Center, 1939-2015. Bulk 1964-2015.

College of Fine Arts and Communications dean records

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: UA 567
Overview Includes files and correspondence of the administration of the College of Fine Arts and Communication. Includes records of the Mormon Arts Festival, Banyan, Daily Universe, and other facets of the College.

College of Fine Arts and Communications departmental photographs

 Collection — Folder: 1
Identifier: UA 5615
Scope and Contents Materials include three departmental photographs depicting faculty members of the College of Fine Arts and Communications at Brigham Young University, including faculty from the Theatre and Media Arts Department, the Dance Department, and the School of Music. Dated 2009-2011.

College of Fine Arts and Communications film and audio recordings

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: UA 741
Scope and Contents Contains various identified and unidentified rolls of video and audio tapes, some labelled as theater productions, talks, interviews, recitals. The bulk of films are labelled "A Shade of Difference."

College of Fine Arts and Communications negatives and photographs

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: UA 5408
Scope and Contents The collection contains negatives and photographs of various performances from the College of Fine Arts and Communications. Topics include music and dance programs. Materials date from between 1967 and 1968.