Mormon authors -- History
Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
A. L. Sowards draft of Call Sign Centurion, date of production not identified
Draft of Call Sign Centurion, later published under the title The Rules in Rome. Manuscript not dated.
A. L. Sowards draft of Encirclement, 2011
Contains draft of Encirclement, later published under title Sworn Enemy. Manuscript dated 2011.
A. L. Sowards draft of Espionage, 2005
A. L. Sowards draft of Punitive Op, or Dead Men on Leave, date of production not identified
Contains draft of Punitive Op, or Dead Men on Leave. Novel was later published under title Deadly Alliance. Manuscript is not dated.
The abominations of Yondo
Typewritten drafts with handwritten corrections of the story "The Abominations of Yondo" and the poem "The Ghoul and the Seraph."
A.L. Sowards draft of Espionage, 2006
Handwritten poem dealing with the author's sister. Smith praises her virtues in a religious setting. The item is signed "A. B. Smith" which is believed to have been Adam Browning Smith.
Marilyn McMeen Miller Brown papers
Collection consists primarily of Brown's correspondence, and notes, dated approximately 2002 to 2003, regarding her work prior to the publication of the novel of Richard Dutcher's film Brigham City. Also contains notes and manuscript drafts of Brown's novels, dated approximately 1997 to 2007, and her email correspondence with the Association of Mormon Letters, dated 2002 to 2004.
Marie F. Felt speeches and Sunday school lessons
Handwritten and typewritten drafts and final versions of speeches and Sunday school lessons. Also included are newspaper clippings, magazine articles, and a biography of Felt by her children. Most of the materials are intended for Mormon children and teach simple precepts of the Mormon faith.
God, Man, and the Universe
Typed manuscript of a book published by the Bookcraft Company in Salt Lake City, Utah, in 1968. Andrus writes on how Mormons view the universe and man's purpose in it.