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Mormon art

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:

Collection of lantern slides of art

 Collection — Box 1: [31197233618666]
Identifier: MSS 8163
Scope and Contents Collection is composed of 69 lantern slides dating from approximately 1888 to 1950. The majority of the slides are photographs of paintings by John Hafen. There are also two slides of a painting by Rose Hartwell and two slides of paintings by John Hafen's son, Virgil Hafen. There are also two portraits on John Hafen, one by Will Vawter and the other photographer not identified. There is also a photograph taken by George Edward Anderson of John Hafen's son, Joseph, and John's wife, Thora.

College of Fine Arts and Communications sound recordings, 1963-1979

 Series — Multiple Containers
Identifier: UA 1056 Series 8
Scope and Contents Contains sound recordings produced by the college, including "The First Amendment," a slide presentation on Mormon art and architecture, Brigham Young, "Move On," "Twelfth Night," "The Order is Love," Brigham Young University choir recordings, Relief Society programs and lessons, "Eternal Truths," "Fallow Land," "Worldwide Sisterhood," and Mormon dramatic vignettes. Materials date from between 1963 and 1979.

Elaine B. Evans scrapbook

 File — Oversize-folder 1: [31197231063659]
Identifier: MSS 6777
Scope and Contents The Elaine B. Evans scrapbook contains photographs of Elaine and family, an autobiography, photographs of her art work as well as talks and speeches she has given, especially with regard to her art.

Avard T. Fairbanks papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 5866
Abstract Correspondence (including with church officials), lecture notes, addresses, sketches, and drawings of Avard T. Fairbanks, a sculptor and professor of fine arts.

John Hafen papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 356
Overview This collection consists of correspondence, a diary of John's wife, Thora Hafen (January 1901-May 1901), a notebook, certificates, family genealogies, mementos, illustrated programs of Hafen's art exhibits, and newspaper clippings which laud Hafen's art. Part of the collection was represented in a catalog entitled A Step Beyond: Artist's Archives and Creative Process, presented by the Special Collections and Archives and Manuscripts of Brigham Young University, 1987.

Helen Schlie art galleries papers, approximately 2000-2014

 Series — Carton 3: Series 2; Series 4 [31197239249938], Folder: 27-41
Identifier: MSS 8964 Series 4
Scope and Contents Series contains records relating to the art galleries owned by Helen Schlie in Apache Junction and Mesa, Arizona. Items such as business correspondence, information about artwork that was featured in the gallery and the artists who created the work, advertisements, and newspaper articles regarding the gallery. Dated approximately 2000-2014.

Helen Schlie papers

 Collection
Identifier: MSS 8964
Scope and Contents Contains materials related to the work of Helen Spencer Schlie in Arizona. The collection includes documentation of her business endeavors, catalogs, correspondence. Also included are documents related to a first edition Book of Mormon she owned, LDS cultural, doctrinal, and historical items. There are many speeches by LDS leaders and poetry written by Schlie and other Mormon authors included as well. Dated approximately 1965-2014.

W. D. poetry and illustrations

 File — Folder 1: [31197230310598]
Identifier: MSS SC 1303
Scope and Contents Two unbound booklets of handwritten poetry with pen and ink illustrations. One of the booklets is a fully illustrated poem entitled "A Mormon Romance" which satirizes the Mormon practice of polygamy. On the cover of this item is a pen and ink illustration of Nauvoo, Ill. The other item contains poems describing the author's experiences while visiting the Mormon community of Nauvoo, Illinois in 1840 when she was introduced to the Mormon Church, met Brigham Young, and heard a sermon preached. ...