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Subject Source: Itoamc

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

The cliffs / Alyne Bistline

 Collection — Folder 1: [Barcode: 31197233649430]
Identifier: MSS 8365
Scope and Contents

Broadside with poem written by Alyne Bistline, with illustration of man at the base of a cliff. A note on the back of the page notes that it is from a book assembled by the students, teachers, and patrons of the Short Creek School at Short Creek, Arizona. Dated 1947.

Dates: 1947

Leslie Norris papers

Identifier: MSS 2954
Scope and Contents Collection documents the activities and career of Leslie Norris, including his service as a professor and poet laureate at Brigham Young University. It also contains personal materials, including letters which were collected by Norris through correspondence with friends and colleagues over a long period. Some of the important topics and materials represented in the collection are poetry and short stories in varying stages of completion; literary matters and events; academics and school...
Dates: 1921-2008

Orson F. Whitney collection of poetry written by other authors, date of production not identified

 File — Box 3: Series 1; Series 2; Series 3 [Barcode: 31197231038438], Folder: 14
Identifier: MSS 15 Series 2 Sub-Series 7
Scope and Contents

Materials include transcripts, original reprints, and copies of poetry (probably collected by Whitney in his scrapbook) written by other authors who were famous or personally known to Whitney. Most of it is romantic poetry and features themes of religion, nature, history, and other similar themes. Date of production not identified.

Dates: date of production not identified

Orson F. Whitney writings of others, approximately 1842-1918

Identifier: MSS 15 Series 2 Sub-Series 7
Scope and Contents

Materials include magazines, articles, sermons, and poetry by other authors collected by Orson F. Whitney. There is material written by famous authors as well as less famous members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. It seems that someone at one point had gathered these clippings and keepsakes into a scrapbook of some sort. Date of production not identified.

Dates: approximately 1842-1918