Educators -- Utah -- Correspondence
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Letter contains thanks from Clark to Pardoe for the invitation to the latter's performances at Brigham Young University. Clark states that he is not much of a theater-goer, but he will make use of the invitation if the opportunity should present itself.
Contains materials related to the administration of the Department of Theatre and Cinematic Arts from 1965 to 1978. Materials include correspondence between the head of the department, minutes of meetings, and materials related to the different activities and programs. Dated 1965-1978.
Contains materials related to the activites of the department head of the Department of Theatre and Film from 1973 to 1994. The materials include the correspondence, project proposals and updates, and minutes of meetings. Dated 1973-1994.
Photocopies of handwritten letters. Also included are typescripts of two of the items. The letters were written to Spencer's children when he was in St. Louis, Missouri and largely relate to family matters. Spencer gives fatherly advice to his daughters in a Mormon theological framework on how to conduct themselves and how to treat men.
Handwritten letter dated 1 May 1948 and addressed to T. Earl Pardoe, professor of public speaking and dramatic arts at Brigham Young University. Widtsoe responds to Pardoe's request for biographical information. Widtsoe writes that it was his "experimentation ... that drive me into the desert to establish dry-farming as a safe practice."