Poetry -- 20th century
Found in 26 Collections and/or Records:
Biography and family record of Cecil Grant Ash, 1990 where Ash recounts his experiences growing up in Lehi, Utah from the 1920s to the 1940s. He also discusses his POW experiences, including journal enteries and war poems written in the camps by U.S. soldiers
Collection contains Birrell's personal and professional papers, scrapbooks, pictures, art supplies, publications, and art pieces collected during her teaching careers at BYU and the University of Utah of Utah.
Contains a poem written by Hovsep Ouzounian in Beirut, Lebanon dated to April 2, 1950. The poem bids farewell to Elders Carlos E. Asay and Panel. A transcription and translation by Deryle Lonsdale are also included.
Includes his Latter-day Saint infant blessing certificate, patriarchal blessing received from Presiding Patriarch Hyrum G. Smith, high priest ordination certificate, and a poem. Also includes pictorial priesthood lineage card for Cecil I. Birmingham, who ordained Hughes to be a high priest. Poem appears to be from Hughes's mission in the Southern States in the early 1920s, and contains humorous references to other missionaries.
Typewritten biographies and family histories. The materials relate to the families of Benjamin Franklin Johnson, Utah poneer, Mormon polygamist, farmer, and secretary to the first president of the Mormon Church, Joseph Smith. Also included are a biography of Sarah Elizabeth Senior Johnson, daughter-in-law of Benjamin Johnson, and a book of poetry.