Motion picture studios
Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:
Contains 16 and 35mm release prints and answer prints of and relating to the LDS Motion Picture Studios (and the BYU Motion Picture Studios) from approximately 1930-1985. The films were created for educational, missionary-related, and other purposes. They describe the cultural and religious history of the Mormon faith in the 19th and 20th centuries.
Materials include books belonging to Gertrude L. Marcus, including a telephone directory from the Winter of 1954-1955 for Salt Lake City and essays on raising children. One book is signed by the author. Dated 1913-1955.
Materials include the personal and business letters, and collected papers of Gertrude L. Marcus. Included are her papers concerning her involvement with the Women's National Aeronautical Association (W.N.A.A.), incoming letters concerning familial news, and various daybooks. Dated 1907-1955.
Materials include books belonging to L. Howard Marcus. Some books are inscribe to Howard, and/or signed by the author. Dated approximately 1930-1976.
Papers relating to L. Howard Marcus's employment and business interests, including various resumes, and his employment application to work for the government during World War II. Dated 1940-1979.
Materials include receipts collected throughout L. Howard Marcus' lifetime, including laundry, car maintenance, activities and rent from his time spent at Stanford, phone bills, and involvement with the National Skeet Shooting Association. Dated 1935-1982.
Contains programs belonging to Louis Marcus for B'Nai Israel Temple confimation services, productions, lunches and dinner functions, and catalogs from the Famous Players and other displays. Dated 1925-1935.