Found in 12833 Collections and/or Records:
Roll books include records of enrollment, dues paid, and receipts. Dated 1935-1969.
Scrapbook contains newspaper clippings, photographs, invitations and other memorabilia from the beginning of the “Y” Missionary Women precursor to the Yesharah Society. Dated 1928-1957.
Contains a two page written history of the Yesharah Society by Elizabeth Souter. Also includes two copies of two page rough draft of the Yesharah Society history. Dated 1975-1976.
Contains correspondence, workshops, minutes and other various files from the Young Company, dating from between 1974 and 2002.
Collection documents the history of the Whittlin' Whistlin' Brigade's and The Young Company's history at Brigham Young University as well as the history of Harold R. Oaks, director of the company. Materials include photographs, calendars, posters, film, audio, and play scripts from 1961 to 2002.
Collection contains the constitution, meeting minutes, letters, membership rosters, and records of activities, actions, and projects compiled by the Young Democratic Club of Salt Lake County. Materials date from 1931 to 1943.
Contains correspondence of the Young family, mainly between Mahonri Mackintosh Young and others. Also contains legal documents, a scrapbook, drafts, and other writings. Dated 1872 to 1956.
Correspondence, newspaper clippings, photocopied scrapbook, speeches, reports, certificates, and meeting minutes. The materials relate to land appraisals in Utah, the management of state lands, and the impact of economic development on the land.
Correspondence, journals, scrapbooks, lecture materials, published and unpublished manuscripts, memorabilia, and miscellany. The materials cover a large number of topics because of Young's involvement in religion, education, government (historical societies), and professional organizations. The diaries were kept while Young was serving as a missionary for the Mormon Church in Switzerland.
Correspondence, sketchbooks, research files, autobiographical files, scrapbooks, and news clippings. Also includes diaries, address and memorandum books, and financial records. Most letters were exchanged with family members and close friends. Primary correspondents included his son, Mahonri Sharp Young; his first wife, Cecilia Sharp Young; and Mary Lightfoot Tarleton, whom he met in Paris after Cecilia died in 1917. Research files include extensive information on other artists.