Soldiers -- United States -- Correspondence
Found in 39 Collections and/or Records:
Handwritten correspondence between Albert Haines and his wife, Thelda Gwilliam Haines. Most of these items were written while Albert was serving with the United States Army at various posts in the United States and Germany. The collection provides excellent documentation for the lives of private persons during the turbulent war era.
Handwritten correspondence. The materials are letters between Franklin Hunt and G. B. M. Potter, in New Mexico, concerning the payment of troops and charges made against Potter for delays in payment.
BYU class evaluations, marriage resource materials, and other class materials relating to a family living class.
Speeches, lessons, and other materials about marriage, children and other family science topics associated with a family living class.
Personal papers, mission correspondence, other correspondence from family, friends, and so forth, as well as scrapbooks from the life of Joel Moss.
Publications, T.V. series transcripts, and other materials on various topics created by Joel Moss.
Handwritten and signed letter dated December 2, 1849, written at Socorro, New Mexico, and addressed to a Lt. McLand at Santa Fe, New Mexico. May writes that the Apache chief, "Ponce," and other Apaches request a meeting to discuss peace.
Handwritten and signed letter, dated 11 Dec. 1918, and written in Villiers Sur Maren, France. McKay writes to "Dear Guy" and states that he is packed up and ready to go home. McKay expected that he would be back in the United States for Christmas and home in Utah shortly afterwards.