Latter Day Saint women -- Utah -- Provo
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Contains scrapbooks, filmstrips, a record, and recording tape regarding the Brigham Young University Wymount Terrace 1st Ward and 44th Ward, and dates from between 1958 and 1979.
Contains photographs from the time Fillmore was Utah State Director for American Art Week. Fillmore is the subject of many of the photographs, but a few are of the exhibits themselves.
Fillmore was involved with the American Rose Society and Utah Rose Society, and participated in many flower shows. This series contains her certificates and award ribbons from multiple flower shows in Utah, along with her membership certificates for both rose societies. Fillmore also kept a scrapbook of popular rose varieties.
Photocopy of a microfilm copy of a typescript. The item is an autobiography of Edith Lewis Hepworth. She was born in Provo, Utah, on 4 September 1874. She later moved to San Juan County, Utah, where she observed Apache and Cherokee Indians, and she describes the activities of the Indians. She writes mostly about her early life. She married Thornton Hepworth in 1901 and had seven children. Her husband died in 1926.
Scrapbook consists of posters, newspaper clippings, and documents related to the Office of Women's Activities present on the BYU campus during the 1970s. The scrapbook includes the office manual and register of officers of the Office of Women's Activities during 1971 to 1972. The posters and newspaper clippings concern events sponsored by the Office of Women's activities, including dances, lectures and bridal fairs. The scrapbook dates from 1971 to 1972.
Contains assembled manuscripts for proposed, titled works as well as untitled works. Examples of some works are "Ettie Lee," "The Brightness of Hope," and "A Letter to my Parents." Manuscripts are also often anthologies of Stewart's poetry. All writing discusses Mormon history, Stewart's family history, or Mormon religion. Materials date from between approximately 1955 and 1984.
Contains records of Robert W. Stewart's military career, including physical examinations reports, letters, records of duty, and other materials. They document his military service, including all assignments and comments of his superiors. Additionally, they pertain to his health and post-military work. Materials date from between approximately 1920 and 1985.
Contains journals, genealogical papers, Robert W. Stewart's military records, book layouts, awards, and other materials. These papers document Ora Pate Stewart's personal thoughts and writings, as well as her husband's career, both during active duty and retirement. This series also includes materials concerning Stewart's relationships, both of colleagues and friends. Dated circa 1930-1995.
Typewritten biography, certificates, newspaper clipping, and a letter. The biography is by an unknown author and tells the story of Partridge's life in Provo, Utah. The other materials relate to her selection as mother of the year.