Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
Materials include 720 prints and 534 corresponding negatives taken by Robert D. Adams between approximately 1930 and 1950. Photographs are primarily portraits of residents of Orderville, Utah. One photograph is of a family tree. There are also photographs of events and places in Orderville. There are also 47 woodcuts that are portraits of individuals.
Handwritten copy of an autobiography in French. Anouleme writes about the imprisonment of her family during the French Revolution, the execution of her father and mother, the trial preceding the sentencing of her mother, and her life in prison.
Handwritten and signed letters. All of the items were written in Whiterocks, Utah and were addressed to family members in Sutee, Pennsylvania. Brace writes mainly about family and personal matters including his work with the Indians. He apparently was a teacher on an unnamed reservation instructing an unnamed tribe of Indians.
Contains one videocassette titled The Building of A Peoples History of Utah, about the making of Dean L. May's miniseries A Peoples' History of Utah. It is a short video on the production team. Dated 1989.
The David Lee Chandler papers consists of materials relating to South America. The materials delve into the history of many South American countries and explore the colonial past of countries such as Colombia and Ecuador. The materials date 1800-1989.
Compiled information concerning African Americans, Brigham Young University, and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Includes statements from the Church's First Presidency, letters, news articles, interviews, reports, editorials, and information on BYU policies. A cover document inventories the contents of the collection.
Collection contains materials pertaining to the life of Law, including scrapbooks, newspaper articles, letters, and photographs. Contains information about his time as commander of a CCC camp in Utah, as commander of a Japanese internment camp in Topaz, Utah, and family history information. There are also three letters dated 1859 and 1863 from California and Nebraska to Utah. Dated 1859-2011.
One typewritten copy of the second edition of Payne's book (57 pages). The item talks about the ethnological status of Black people in racist terms. The manuscript uses the pseudonym "Ariel" rather than the author's real name.
Handwritten and signed letter from the Piel in Tamworth to "Dear Sir Rich'd" dated Aug. 27, 1806. The item acknowledges Piel received "your letter" and states that he has contacted Mr. Ainsworth on the unstated subject. Piel wants the proper arrangements made that will be satisfactory to all parties involved.
Plenty of people strive to become people of plenty : salient features of the race between population and the food supply in Brazil in the 1970's
Typewritten article prepared for the 1972 World Congress on Rural Socilogy. Smith describes the problems with food production and population growth in Brazil. The item was later published in Smith's "Brazilian Society" in 1975.