Found in 38 Collections and/or Records:
Contains the names of those who have been awarded grants from the Kennedy Center. Also contains their research. Dated from 1986 to 1991.
The Song of Ariran was a book published in 1941 by Helen Foster Snow that related Korea's fight for independence from Japan. Contains essays and miscellaneous articles about The Song of Ariran, annotated drafts in sections, foreword, preface, preparatory notebooks, correspondence, and copies of Korean essays about the book.
Materials include a photo album belonging to an unidentified Japanese family from between approximately 1939 and 1945. The photo album contains photographs of people, places, and events in Japan. There are also some Japanese documents and some newspaper articles in English about Japan during World War II.
The collection contains (1) the journals of LaFayette C. Lee and Pearl M. Lee during and after their mission to Japan; (2) photocopies of several nineteenth-century items, including photographs and a Nauvoo receipt; and (3) photocopies of a photo album from mission to Japan, 1915-1919.
Contains a transcript of an oral interview conducted by David Wilson with Lee Butler and Scott Miller regarding the L. Tom Perry Special Collections exhibit "Looking Inward, Looking Outward: Japanese Representations of Self and Other". The interview consists of the professors explaining the historical and cultural context of certain pieces in the exhibit. Dated approximately 2005.
Contains records and files of various socities, workshops, and conferences.
Contains chapters and articles about Mormon Missions in the India and the Pacific.
Contains correspondence with faculty members.
Contains correspondence to and from Britsch.