Aspen Grove (Utah)
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Videorecording of the Beckham Lodge dedication at Aspen Grove Family Camp on August 9, 2009, on DVD. Speakers of the dedication included Aspen Grove Camp Director Glen C. Parker, Raymond E. Beckham, and Elder Jeffrey R. Holland. Running time is approximately 53 minutes.
Originally bound in four volumes, images show Brigham Young University buildings, students, faculty, trustees, and campus life. The volume dealing with students was compiled by Mrs. Fletcher Eyring. Sources for the images include campus yearbooks and Wayne B. Hales. Includes views of Aspen Grove, the Alpine Summer School, and the Timpanogos Hike. Some images are original prints, others are reprints, and still others are from yearbooks and other published sources.
Letter to Harris that had accompanied the deed for ten acres at Aspen Grove, Utah. Written on stationery from Stewart and Stewart, and signed by Scott P. Stewart. Letter dated October 15, 1921.
This collection contains 59 negatives and 59 prints produced from those negatives. The negatives appear to be older than the prints, which were produced in 1968. The photographs are of BYU track and field, football, and dance. There are also photographs of groups of people at Aspen Grove, as well as photographs of individuals. Other photographs are of mountains, mines, and businesses.
Materials include 51 photographs and 12 duplicates, for a total of 63 prints of photographs taken by Walter P. Cottam between approximately 1920 and 1940. These photographs focus on Mount Timpanogos, including views of the mountain from the valley, photographs of scenes on the mountain, and photographs of the valley below.