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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 24 Collections and/or Records:

Early Utah business items, 1854-1908

Identifier: MSS 3147 Series 3
Scope and Contents note

Contract between Sidney A. Knowlton and O. B. Huntington— 6 February 1854. Letter—Hawkeye Steel Barb Fence Company to Springville Cooperative Institution— 11 May 1887. Letter recommending a certain building site for the Price, Utah courthouse. Bids for building the Utah State Prison— October 1907 and 15 February 1908.

Dates: Other: 1854-1908

Early Utah collection

 Collection — Box 1: [Barcode: 31197225547972]
Identifier: MSS 3147

The items have been divided into five series: 1) Account Books, 1850–1881; 2) Letters, 1864-1912; 3) Business Items, 1854-1908; 4) Ephemera, 31 March 1866; and 5) Poem, 7 April 1868.

Dates: 1850-1912

Early Utah ephemera, 31 March 1866

Identifier: MSS 3147 Series 4
Scope and Contents note

Playbill for the Salt Lake Theatre— 31 March 1866. Including: One playbill (31 x 8.5 cm) for the Salt Lake City Theatre. Advertising for The Creole; or, Love’s Fetters, staring Julia Dean Hayne [Brigham Young’s favorite actress]; Handy Andy!; and The Magic Spell!! Folder also includes a photocopy of the playbill.

Dates: Other: 31 March 1866

Early Utah letters, 1864-1912

Identifier: MSS 3147 Series 2
Scope and Contents note Letter—Joseph S. Roberson to Nathan Stein— 19 October 1864. Including: One letter, approximately four lines long, written on The Overland Stage Line, Ben Holladay, Prop’r. letterhead. Roberson tells Stein he has arrived in Salt Lake and expects to be installed as agent within a day or two.Letter—Giles Moses to Alonzo Moses— 18 March 1865. Including: One letter (a folio with four pages), written by Giles Moses of Salt Lake to Alonzo Moses of Morgan, Ashtabula County, Ohio. Giles...
Dates: Other: 1864-1912

Early Utah poetry, 7 April 1868

Identifier: MSS 3147 Series 5
Scope and Contents note

Poem—Ten years old, by Louisa Lula Greene Richards— 7 April 1868. Including: A one page, holograph poem, written by Louisa in Smithfield, Cache County, Utah, and addressed To my dear brother Daniel Kent Greene, on his tenth birthday. Apr. 7-1868. Folder also includes a photocopy of the poem.

Dates: Other: 7 April 1868

Harold I. Hansen papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 1701
Abstract Correspondence, articles, plays, histories, playbills, theater advertisements, notes, and scripts. The materials document Hansen's teaching and directing career at Brigham Young University. The items also document the Hill Cumorah Pagent. The collection documents Hansen's career as a professor of theater arts and a local theater producer in Iowa, Michigan, New York, and Utah. Hansen either studied or worked in university drama and theater at Iowa State University, Michigan State University...
Dates: 1937-1988

Harold I. Hansen personal papers, 1942-1967

Identifier: MSS 1701 Series 1
Scope and Contents

Contains correspondence, articles on stage magic, and a collection of playbills and theater advertisements from the personal and professional life of Harold Hansen. Includes information on minstrel "blackface" performances, and other materials.

Dates: Other: 1942-1967

Harvey, 1948-1970

 File — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 2157 Series 7 File 1

Moore Ethier Company playbill

 File — Folder 1: [Barcode: 31197230343805]
Identifier: MSS 114
Scope and Contents

The folder contains a printed playbill of the opera "The Beautiful Heart Story." The production was to be held at the "Opera House Tonight." The location of the production is uncertain.

Dates: 1920

Operetta, Loves of Wolfenstein playbill

 File — Folder 1: [Barcode: 31197227625537]
Identifier: MSS 4006
Scope and Contents

A playbill for the "Burlesque Operetta" entitled, "Loves of Wolfenstein," performed by the children of the 18th ward Sunday School in the Social Hall, Friday, January 24, 1879. Significant people listed on the playbill include: O. F. Whitney, C. R. Savage, and George Careless.

Dates: 1879 January 24