Found in 1100 Collections and/or Records:
Collection includes correspondence, books, pamphlets, lectures, and manuscripts. The material was written, received, or collected by Brown. The bulk of the material is from the 1960s and religious in nature, although many files also address political issues.
Handwritten and signed letter dated 26 Aug. 1854, and addressed to "My Dear Sir," believed to be Edgar Bowring. Brown writes the following. "I learn that a Pamphlet containing our Decimal proceedings will be ready about Tuesday. I have desired copies to be sent to you. Pray send one to you Father with the enclosed letter. Ever yours respectfully. Wm Brown." The "Father" was Sir John Bowring. The item probably relates to the book, "The decimal system in numbers" by John Bowring.
Correspondence, manuscripts for publication, newspaper clippings, concert programs, pamphlets, composition materials, mementos, class exercises, and photographs. Also included are correspondence with Browning's wife, Pauline, and his son, Richard, while Browning served overseas during World War II from 1942 to 1945. Also included are other family correspondence.
Photocopy of a handwritten letter. The item was dated 10 April 1960 and was addressed to "Mrs. Paul R. Ostring." Bruere seems to be answering an inquiry of Mrs. Ostring, who may have been a Mormon, regarding the genealogies of the Miller and Judson families.
Handwritten letter to Robert Ball along with two corrected, typed copies of it. The letter bears witness to his belief in Joseph Smith and Brigham Young as prophets of God and praises the wholesome lifestyle in Utah.