Found in 89 Collections and/or Records:
Rachel Calder Ashworth family papers and histories contains family histories, biographies, autobiographies, family records, pedigrees and photographs of her pioneer ancestors and their families, many of whom were in Vernal, Utah. Some of the more frequently mentioned families are the Ashworths, the Mentzers, the Hackings, and the Calders. Dated from approximately 1900 to 2015.
Contains papers and articles written by and about Helen Foster Snow, including autobiographical pieces by Snow; articles about her pseudonym by June Rice, and other papers by Kelly Ann Long and Lora Sabin. Also included are articles about Helen's 80th birthday celebration and exhibition, the Helen Foster Snow Institute at Utah State University, and correspondence.
Contains a prototype of the MCA Disco-Vision Video Disc Player invented by Kent Broadbent as part of his research with MCA Laboratories, based out of Torrance, California, and papers documenting the prototype's development and operation. Also contains accessories related to the prototype, including DiscoVision discs and a pitch analyzer, and genealogy regarding the life history of Kent Broadbent's family. Materials created approximately 1964 to 2013.
Contains receipts, bills, letters, a biography, and family history records of William F. Buck. The letters document family and personal life of the Buck families as well as the busineses that William F. Buck was involved with.
Family history documents collected by Robert Carder, a Mormon genealogist, who, according to the Special Collections Instrument of Gift form, "was prominent in Connecticut and New England genealogical circles" and was "Governor of the Connecticut Genealogical Society." Materials dated approximately 1960-1970.
Contains agendas, videocassettes, DVDs, and other materials concerning firesides held by The Center for Family History and Genealogy.