Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: MSS 8208 Series 3
Scope and Contents Collection includes a 60-page unbound scrapbook containing over 300 photographs dated 1915-1919. Collection also contains legal correspondence between Catherine D. Wills' husband Wyman L. Wills and her cousin and attorney William H. Streeper postmarked 1938 and 1939. Materials dated 1915-1939.
Identifier: MSS 8208
Scope and Contents Contains papers of Hugh M. Dougall, Jr., his wife Rhoda Rebecca Groesbeck Dougall, and their daughter Catherine Dougall Wills. The Dougall family members were early residents of Springville, Utah. This collection includes journals, autograph albums, financial records, correspondence, a scrapbook, and other printed ephemera from 1882-1939.
Sub-Series — Box 1: Series 1 , Folder: 1-10
Identifier: MSS 8208 Series 1 Sub-Series 1
Scope and Contents Contains ten small journals, predominantly covering the years 1910-1917 and 1933-1937. These small calendar-style journals contain brief handwritten notes of Hugh M. Dougall Jr.'s daily activities. Materials dated 1891-1937.
Identifier: MSS 8208 Series 1
Scope and Contents Contains financial, legal, tax, and insurance documents, along with other printed ephemera from Hugh M. Dougall, Jr.'s life. Also contains ten small journals with brief handwritten notes about his daily activities ranging from 1891-1937, predominantly covering 1910-1917 and 1933-1937.
Sub-Series — Box 2: Series 1; Series 2; Series 3 , Folder: 5-8
Identifier: MSS 8208 Series 2 Sub-Series 1
Scope and Contents Four autograph albums. The albums are filled with notes, couplets, and signatures from family members, schoolmates, and friends. Many of the entries were completed in Springville, Utah and Provo, Utah while Rhoda attended Brigham Young Academy. Two of the albums contain signatures from Karl G. Maeser, and one is signed by Lorenzo Snow. Materials dated 1882-1889.
Identifier: MSS 8208 Series 2
Scope and Contents Contains autograph albums with signatures dated approximately 1882-1937, including autographs of notable Mormon figures such as Karl G. Maeser and Lorenzo Snow. Also includes a watercolor painted by Rhoda R. Dougall, a paper she wrote during World War I, and a Bill of Particulars concerning her deceased husband's accounts from her cousin and attorney Arthur V. Watkins, a former United States Senator. Materials dated approximately 1882-1937.