Social Life and Customs
Found in 3387 Collections and/or Records:
Interviews and correspondence with Ken Darby and Hugo Friedhofer.
Periodical articles by or about Marilyn Whipple and programs and handouts for classes taught by her. Most of the classes were offered through the Brigham Young University Education Week program. The items deal with women's fashions and self-image.
Photocopy of typescript. Excerpt from Willard's diary made by one of his sons. Describes trip Willard and his family made from northern Arizona to Manti, Utah, to be sealed in the Mormon temple ceremony.
Genealogies, patriarchal blessings, correspondence, and certificates. The materials deal with family matters both in Utah and Arizona, the association of family members with the Mormon Church, and social issues.
Typescript of an autobiography of Clara Burge White. White tells of her ancestry; her life in Pearl River County Mississippi; and her conversion and subsequent baptism into the Mormon Church in 1953.
Handwritten genealogies of the Whitney, Wheeler, and Kelley families. These were Mormon families. Most of the information covers the eighteenth, nineteenth, and twentieth centuries. Also included is a four-page handwritten copy of an autobiography written by Alonzo Wells Whitney in 1844 when he was living in Nauvoo, Illinois, and a copy of the patriarchial blessing given to his wife, Henrietta Keys Whitney, by the Mormon Church Patriarch, Hyrum Smith.
Typewritten and mimeographed genealogy of the Whitney family. The date of the composition of this item is uncertain. Some of the entries include biographical sketches. George Burton Whitney was born in the state of New York, lived for many years in Nevada, and died in St. George, Utah.