Found in 224 Collections and/or Records:
Collection includes club records, including membership records, information regarding each meeting, scrapbooks of club events and members, correspondence between club members and other organizations, and ephemera and artifacts relating to the club's history. Dated 1891 to 2010.
Contains materials from the Gentle Madness of Book Collecting Conference held in the L. Tom Perry Special Collections, later renamed the A. Dean Larsen Book Collecting Conference. Materials include name badges, conference programs, and various handouts and materials related to the sessions. Dated 2003-2019.
Handwritten accounts and records of telegraph messages sent and received at the Parowan office in Parowan, Utah. The entries list the names of various persons and corporations using the telegraph services.
This folder contains a flat wooden tray from Africa.
Gift box given to Rex E. Lee by representatives of Akademia Rolnicza, which includes pamphlets, a plate, and other materials.
Material contains a brief biography about Alma Lehi Keiser regarding his service in the U.S. Army during World War II from 1944-1945. Includes in fd. one: typescript memoir; fd. two: photographs of Keiser serving in France during World War II; fd. three: currency including one German "Rentenmark" note, one French twenty Franc note; fd. four: militaria including World War II pins, badges, ribbons, and medals. Dated 1939-1945, approximately 2001.
Materials include the dictionary of General Alpheus S. Williams and a photograph of Williams in his uniform. General Williams carried the dictionary with him throughout the Civil War. Dated approximately 1861-1865.
This folder contains an American Heritage July 1968 article: "Damn the Crocodiles, Keep the Cameras Rolling!"